Connie Shaw of Langlois, Oregon queen of the 15th annual Bandon Cranberry Festival 1936

Connie Shaw


Bandon, Oregon Chooses Queen Lovely dark-haired Connie Shaw of Langlois, Oregon was crowned queen of the 15th annual Bandon Cranberry Festival. This was the biggest festival yet held in that South- western cranberry center. Queen Con- nie was crowned by last year's queen, Miss Kay Yocker, and was escorted to the throne by Jim Kosta of Port Orford. Queen Connie was sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary and the World War One Barracks 311. She is a senior at Pa- cific High school where she is a member of the Natio.ial Honor So- ciety, president of the Future Busi- ness Leaders of America, a member of the annual staff, Thespians and a past member of Job's Deui^hters. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Shaw. The "Mystery Cranberry King" turned out to be Phil Albord. Queen Connie was presented the "key to the city," by Mayor C. E. Waldron. She was presented with a bouquet of red roses, and a portrait from her sponsoring organization. She was also given a large cake FOR SALE 2 BLDG. LOTS — PLUS 2 ACRES BOG Jeep Motor Conv. for Pump BERTHA K. CROSS Elm St., E. Pembroke, Mc Tel. TA 6-4156 Consulting Forester Serving Owners and Operators in All Phases of Timber ^ j Production. — Including — Timber Management and Plans Appraisals — Inventories — Sales | Special Surveys and Studies LEONARD A. PIEiCEl Route 44 East Carver \ Tel. UN 6-4426 { FREE CONSULTATION from the Festival Association. The committee of judges who se- lected the queen included Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kipling of Coquille and A. J. "Pi" Moore of Coos Bay. They were each given a gift of three kinds of cheese and a bottle of Hazel's Cranberry Catsup, given by Mrs. Hazel Colgrove. A large and enthusiastic crowd gathered to witness the parade. It included many floats entered in the school and commercial division as well as in the civic division. An ad- ded feature this year was a special section of horses, both for individual riders and horse clubs. The entire affair, including the parade was one of the biggest and best of the 15 yet held. One of the best floats which won a blue ribbon was from the Southwestern Oregon Cranberry Club. It featured a big red cranberry resting on a cover of green vines, with several cranberry scoops added. CRANBERRIES PROVIDES A NEEDED MEDIUM OF INFORMATION FOR ALL GROWERS


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