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DecemBer 13, 1973 COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL Page 3-A Sorority Party Slated 1 t i; i t 1, Beta Sigma Phi members Jean Nelson will present a  and guests were treated to an program on Christmas in  evening of slides and highlights Spain. .: of Europe by Iva Mintonye " e] atarecentmeeing. &apos; ,* lf 2  Hostesses for the evening Prog Set " were Xi Beta Alpha Chapter re m b members in the home of   :'. Peggy Benham.  Members of otherCoquille Faith Lutheran Church in   @..:" ,i .... chapters and guests included, Coquille is getting ready for  \\; -: Dena Pierce, Alice Schmidt, its Christmas program. .' : ' Jan Brazer Carol Smith, Sh- The Luther League is plan-  """  :::::: ...... irley Patterson, Bitts Klemm, ning Saturday with various Kay Pribble Kay Heikkala, activities, first making pop- -:.  ! , Helma Wheeler, Penny John- corn balls in the morning, a : " sonp Barbara King, Jane Louns potluck luncheon at noon for . ........ bury, Juanlta Fleming and all members and sponsors, Alice Gant. then they will clean up. In the  Refreshments were served afternoon they w.ll decorate by co-hostess Nancy Church- the tree and decorate theFel- i11. lowship hall to continue the celebration of the Advent and . :: Salli Luoto will be the Christmas season that began :  hostess for the December 18 with the Advent Party Tues- ...... ' ..... .  : meeting and Christmas party, day Dec. 4 ....... , :aVf ....  Members will have a gift ex- Then the Leaguers will m  .: secret sisters for the coming paring sacks of goodies for the year. little children, who will  " Yvonne Mxineau and Linda receive them after the pro- # : :  : Short will be co-hostesswhile gram on Dec. 16, President ..... ..... : . : : Miss Cindy Glock said "All ........ high school members of the church are invited to come and QUILTS-Clara Krantz, member of the Coquille Seuor CitizensSewing club (at right)discusses share in the fun and activi- quilting project with visitors to the center's Open House Saturday afternoon. Over 400 visitors Chit;.00Ch00t Remember, everyone turned out to the Open House and dance attheMabelUlettSemorCitizenCenteronFlrst should wear grubbies to de- street. Quilts like those shown here are sold by the sewing club to pay for various projects. '' ))-- - - carnie. Mrs. MarthaDum will They recently purchased all the draperies for the new building. t, .... Even though Ihn writing this '"" column a bit early I would   bet even money that it'll be ::}i raining again by the time it :., appears in print. There's  ...............  many more important things to /i ':! ..... : talk about then the weather but :::: i even old "dried in the wol ' :'::"  ,'.' .: .... < "Coquille% Bill Kuyper, no. 50* cans layin in opening minutes of game against Glide Oregonlans can,t help some here Saturday night. Kuyper had 8 points and led team i, rebounding with 16. He is comment about all the liquid Playing center at 6-5. No. 30 is junior forward Pat Malhberg. Coquille downed Glide sunshine weve had the past ., more sports see page 5-B. five weeks. ,$ d L_(/ %1 l _ Valley Elks golf club at Nor- t .... " ..  TV SERVICE Devils Travel "  '_ '., way, reported in the last issue :' of theElks club bulletin: "Well  -. '"/ Coquilles Red Devils travel anyhow, the ducks seem to like . St o 572-5829 to Reedsport Friday night Dec.  it (the rain). They don't have .j 14 for a cage encounter with to walk so much.. . they can Point, Ore. the Braves of the Coast ,  .z : /.... League. - /-....-,. swim from no. 7 to no. 4 gre- Test your brakes, ens a great deal of the time. ' Sam says desptte the raln the Recliners past month many of our local Super golfers are making their  ._. MEN'S SPORTCOATS roands. ,. .,. .. ' ...... SOLID STATE Robert Trigg of Norway 19" Diagonal r,tOW dropped by The Sentinel STO95"---- .oo0000r ,o 00.ow SUPER Tl,e Model ONLY =1117 33" 39 o, ,,Farmers New Touring VALU, Rules for 1911 ' as reprinted in the Ferndale (Ca'Jfornia) AND Enterprise. The code was ad- -- opted in 1911 by theFarmer% Reg. 39.95 And 47.95 atAnti'Aata nationalPrtectiVeconvention.ScietYThe AS t0W AS u, )OVER nHre line of Men's Sportcoots' Choose .rules are as fllWS:No. 1. On discovering an --77 --i viX CUU'-'-MS solid Blazer or fancy patterns. Both in approaching (horse)team, the AiI9 5 100% Polyester double knit. automobilist muststopoffside ,, - and cover his machine with a =-, ; ALL Ki N DS Sizes39 38 to 46 regular, tarapaulin pn!ed to corres- \\; ; ,)] . ,, to 44 long. pond with scenery. . ,,"'", NO. 2. The speed lim.t on LAY-A-WAY NOW! / ',,,;'. country roads ths year will . be secret and the penalty of " violation will be $10 for every .... mile the offender is caught o,xso.. LAZY BOYS A owas $189 95 No. 3. In case an automo- bile makes a team run away, (q '  : :1 lffl the penalty will be $50 for the \\; -i] first mile,$100for thesecond, , r' .... i_ v"x $200 for the third, etc. that HOLIDAY CaMP s, NY the team runs; in addition to  ..... No. 4. Or, approaching a corner where he cannot corn-. mand a view oftheroa,tahead, Come See Our Selection Of thealltomobllist mus stop not -- _.-ida__ I GO less than 100 yards from the SEALY SLEEPERS turn, toot his horn, ring abell ' fire a revolver, hallo% and send up three bombs a in-   tervals of five minutes, ii  j No. 5. Automobiles must - again be seasonally painted, that is so they will merge with the pastoral easemble, and not j .:: . ....  SELECTION be startling. They must be green in spring, golden in summer, red :n autumn an white in winter. No. 6. Automobiles running 0 F on the country roads at night must send up a red rocket every mile and wait ten rain-" utes for the road to clear. $259 95 ROCKERS They must then proceed care- . Up L fully blowin their horns and shooing Roman candles. No. 7. In case an automo- BEANBAG CHAIRS :iii... bile comes up behind, and wants to pass, the farmer NOW IN Red, Green or Yellow $39 95 mbilist calls him a hard name. BANKAMERIcARD $ MASTER CHARGE CARD No. 8 All members of the Society will give up Sunday to , U.S, NATIONAL and IST NATIONAL BANK CONTRACTS chasing automobiles, shouting OPEN CREDIT ACCOUNTS ON APPROVED CIJDIT and snooting at them making arrests, and otherwise ds- couraging coantry touring on I that day. ] i , " No. 9. In case a horse will not pass an automobile, not- withstanding the tarpaulln the automobilist will take the ma- Christmas from Penneys oe apart as rapidly as pos- r sible and conceal the parts |3 in the grass. o00.,r "'nenn- - .o.,0 in case an automo- bile approaches a farmer's house when the roa,]s are Your home owned stores with Ihe largest selection of turnilure in Southwest Oregon coout 00ow. to LLE one mile an hour. and the AU Purkey Store. ire Union AltiliatecL chauffeur will lay the dust in front of the house with a Coos Bay Coquille North Bend tPEN MON. THRU FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. SAT. UNTIL 5:30 .. sprinkler worked over the dashboard.