La Grande observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1959-1968, June 05, 1959, Page 3, Image 3

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Observer, La Grande, Ore., Fri., June 5, 1959 Page 3
Church Services
Church of Christ
Corner X and Spruce
Bible study, 10 a.m. Morning
Worship service, 11 a.m. Lords
supper, 11:45. Evening service,
7:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible Study,
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Public is
being invited to all services.
Church of the Nazarene
Birch and Y
Rev. Lawrence Abla
Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Ed
Alexander, superintendent. There's
a class for every member of the
family. Morning worship, 10:50
a.m. Message by the pastor. Eve
ning worship, 7:30 p.m. Message
by the pastor. Share these ser
vices with us. Young people's
meeting, 6:45 p.m., Sunday. Ever
ett Rhoten, president. Juniors
meet in the Children's Chapel at
same time. Mid-week prayer ser
vice, 7:30 p.m. Choir practice
following at 8:30 p.m. Youth Choir
meets at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday.
Our Lady of the Valley
tatnoiic tnurch
'.' Sunday Masses, 6:30-9 a.m. Ben
ediction with the Most Blessed
, Sacrament immediately after the
y a.m. Mass. Week day. Mass
7:30 a.m. Holyday Masses, 8 a.m.
ana 6 p.m. Holy Hour on Thurs
day preceding the First Friday of
each month from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m
Confessions every Saturday from
4 to 5 p.m. and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m,
Elgin: Mass every Sunday at
I a.m. ,
Union: Mass Sundays at 9:30.
North Powder: Mass oq Sundays
It 8:00.
St. Katherine's
Catholic Churches
- ENTERPRISE, ORE.
Sunday Masses, 7 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy days, 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.
St. Margaret's Catholic
Church
WALLOWA, OREGON
Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. Holy days,
3 a.m.
I Assembly of God
--' Wallowa
, ' Willis W. Baker, pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
ft a.m. Morning Worship.
Evening worshiD. 7-so p.m
urday. Morning' worship service;
II a.m. Young peoples meeting,
First Baptist Church
' UNION," OREGON
Rev. George E. Horton, pastor
Sunday school 9:4j5' a.m. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m.; Evening wor
ship 7:30. Dean Bay, speaker.
Young people's meeting, Baptist
Training Union. Midweek prayer
servic, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Rev.
Wilmer Brown is regional director
of the . National Assnrintinn of
Evangelicals and will speak on the
, "Dangers of Communism' in the
cnurcncs.
Cove Seventh Day
AJ.i:,i r u
Sabbath school; 10:30 a.rn., Sat
3 p.m. Prayer meeting each Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Assembly of God
Mm co "
Reverend Joseph L. Boyle
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Willo
dcan Fisher, superintendent. Mor
ning worship 11 a.m. Evening
worship 7:30 p.m. Mid-week ser
vice Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Work
ers' Training course conducted
by Mrs. Dora Tinsley, fo!fwed by
prayer service.
- Church' of God
-v- - UNION
' Sunday school,- 9:45 a.m. Sun
day School Superintendent, Gcr
aldinc Morgan. Classes for all-
ages. Mornnig worship, 11 a.m.
Sermon by the pastor. ' Evening
worship, 7:"h) p.m. Special music.
Message by the pastor. Young
pie's meeting, 6:30 D.m., Thurs
day. Mark Bunhan.; voting peo
'ple's leader. Mid-week prayer ser
vice, 7:30, Thursday prayer meet
ing and Bible study. 1
Gospel Tabernacle
Assemblies of God
. Third and Jefferson Streets
Rev. B. B. Robeson
Knnrlnv chnnl 045 a m D;)viH
...... . ...
Brown, Supt. "There is a class
for every member of the family."
Morring worship, 11 a.m. Special
message by the Pastor. Gospel
Hour Broadcast direct from Church
every Sunday evening over KLBM
at 6:30 'p.m. Evening worship,
7:45 p.m. Special numbers in
song service that will lift your
spirit and encourage your soul.
Evangelistic message by the
Pastor. Thursday morning at 10
o'clock is Ladies Prayer meeting.
" Young people's meeting every
Thursday at 7:45 p.m. Dwight
Burtis, Pres. Midweek prayer
service every' Tuesday at 7:45
p.m. Special Services, Friday is
"Visitation Day" for the members
of the Church!
Union Methodist
Rev. Dwight Williams
Sundav srhnnl 10 a.m. For all
flcrpQ . Mnm(a wnrchin 11. a.m.
' Young, people's meeting Sunday
evening, 6:30, Methodist 4 Youth
Fellowship. Nursery for pre
school children is provided dur-
.; ing mr- sunrtay workup m n a
m. . . - . -'.
Calvary Baptist
COVE, OREGON
Rev. M. Murl Gasssway, pastor '
Sunday school 10 a.m. Orel Ev
.ns, superintendent. Morning
worship 11 a.m. Evening worship
8 p.m. Young people's meeting,
7 p.m.; training union, 7 p.m. Mid
week prayer service and Bible
Study Wednesday evening at 8
p.m.
Salvation Army
211 Fir st.
Lt. Oakley Summers ,!
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. YPSM
Corabclle Winn. Morning worship
11 a.m. Holiness meeting: Sun
day morning. Evening worship
7-311 n m CI...,:.... ..:..,..
...... t .,.1. OdlVtlllUll IllCCllllkj.
Sunday evening. Young people's
meeting, Monday 7:30 p.m. Mid
week Drflvpr Gorvim on1 Pihla
Ct.xl.r TV. J.
tjiuvij Auui&uay, y p.m.
Faith Lutheran
(Missouri Synod)
6th and N
(Neighborhood House) ' ,
Rev. W. F. Biel, pastor
10 a.m.. Sundav .school. 11 a.m..
worship and holy communion.
Sermon bv Rnv Rirl "nifffirenpe
Between Closed and Open
Hearts." T.uke 4 ifMfl. flirffanist.
Janet Ivie. Visit the "Church of
the Lutheran Hour." ,
L.D.S. Church
FIRST WARD
Walter A. Bean, bishop
Sundav: 8:45 a.m.. Priesthood
meeting. 10 a.m., Sunday school;
1:30 p.m., Sacrament meeting.
Tuesday: 2 n.m.. Relief Societv:
4 p.m., Primary; 7:30 p.m., MIA
meeting. . ... .
SICOND' WARD ';.
Melvin Westenskow, bishop
Sunday Services: Priesthood
meeting 9:30 a.m.; Sunday School
11 a.m.; Sacrament service 6:30
p.m. in lower chapel. Thursday:
Relief Society 2 p.m.; Primary 4
pm.; MIA 7:30 p.m.
First Baptist Church
Sixth and Spring
Rev. Victor Zachariat
8:15 a.m. Men's Prayer Meeting.
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Burl
Courtney, superintendent. Morning
worship 11 a.m. Broadcast, over
KLBM. Message by. the pastor.
Special music. Evening worship
7:30 p.m. Message by the pastor.
Special music. A nursery for pre
school children is maintained dur
ing these services., 6:30 p.m. Bap
tist Youth meetings. Jet-Cadets,
Junior High, Senior High, and College.-
Monday first-' day of Dally
Vacation Bible School. Bible
School will be held every day
this week and next week. Thurs
day 7:15 p.m. Prayer meeting and
Bible Study. Dr. Atkinson of the
American Board of Missions to
the i Jews will be the speaker.
King's Jewels will be held. 8:45
p.m. Choir Practice.
Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witnesses
Residing Minister, M. Burling
Morning 9 a.m. Public Ministry.
Evening 7 p.m. "How to Guard
i cur Children from Delinquency."
Public address by T. Boyd Watch
tower representative from La
Grande, .. 8:15 p.m. Watchtower
Bible study and discussion "The
Perfect Government for all Man
kind",and also "The Perfect Rul
er for Man's Government." Mid
week service 8 p.m., Bible study
at. 1517 U avenue; 2802 First
street, 2004 East N avenue. Wed
nesday, Bible study at Kingdom
hall. Special services, both Bible
sneaking classes will meet at 7:30
Friday, followed by Ministry de
velopment class at 8:30 p.m.
Pioneer Park
Church of God
Cedar and Jefferson
. Harold W. Neal, pastor '
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Miid:
red Miller, superintendent.. Clas
ses for all ages. Nursery provid-
ea. Morning worship 10:50 a.m.
Sermon by pastor. Evenine wor
ship 7:30 p.m. Sermon by pastor.
6:30 p.m. Pre-service meeting.
Young people's meeting. Wein
cr roast after evening serv
ice, worship led bv Lcola Miller.
Midweek prayer service Thurs-i
day, 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m., Junior
Missionary meeting.
' Summerville
Baptist Church , .
Doyle Wilson, pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m. Evening wor
ship 7:30 p.m. Special speaker.
young people s' meeting. Baptist
Training Union. Mid-week pray
er service,. Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Special services Tuesday, Rev.
Walter Atkinson, a converted
Jew from Seattle, will bring a
message and demonstrate the
Jewish pssover.. He is a mis
sionary to tne Jews under the Am
erican Board of Missions to the
Jews. Daily Vacation Bible school
is scheduled for June 15. through
b. Bon Marquies of La Grande is
cirecior.
Ph. WO 3 1451
703 K
; Cove Methodist
. ' Rev. Dwight Williams '
Sunday school 9 a.m. For all
nges. Morning worship 9:45 a.m
Young people's meeting Sunday
evening, 6:30, Methodist Youth
Fellowship. ' c
First; Methodist'
Fourth and Spring Avenue
C. Keith Mills, pastor -
Sunday school 9:45 'a.m. ' Morn
ing worship, U a.m. Sermon:
"Three-Dimensional Perspective."
Young people's meeting 7 p.m.
MYF in Fellowship room. Mid
week, Wednesday,. 6:30 p.m.
Official Board potluck dinner and
business meeting. Thursday, 5:30
p.m. Wesley Club. Vacation
Church t Schoolv- beginning
Monday, June 8, 9 a.m. to 11:30
a.m., Monday through Friday to
and including June 19. Theme:
God and His World." f
Zion Lutheran
I Ave. on 4th
R. W. Kasten
Sunday school 9:45 a.m., with
classes for all age groups. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m., with sermon
by the pastor and anthem by
the choir. Holy Communion; Re
ception of new members by bap
tism, confirmation and transfer.
A nursery for prc-schopl children
is maintained. Monday, 9 a.m.,
Vacation Bible School begins and
will continue for two weeks. Tues
day, 8 p.m., Dorcas Circle, with
Mrs. W. Longacre, Spruce Street.
Saturday, June 6, Junior Luther
ans ata p.m;
First Presbyterian .
Sixth and Washington
Rev. Louis M. Samson, pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Jack
Piper, acting superintendent'.
Morning worship 11 a.m. Sermon:
"Echoes of the General Assemb
ly". Calendar for the Week, Sun
day, coffee hour immediately af
ter worship service for all the
congregation. 4 p.m. Junior High
Fellowship meets at church to
swim at Cove. Monday, 9 a.m.
Church School opens.; 7:15 p.m.
Boy Scouts meeting instead of
Tuesday at church. .Wednesday,
7:15 p.m. Explorer Scouts.
church. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. choir
practice, church.
Church .of Christ,
Scientist
Cor. First and Washington
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday morning service at 11 a.
m. Subject to be "God, the Only
Cause and Creator." A nursery is
provided at 1707 Cedar street dur
ing the church hour. Sunday
school pupils arc also included
at this location. A street level
reading room is maintained in the
Melville Bldg. at 1429 Adams
avenue. It is open to the public
daily except Sundays from 12
neon until 4 p.m. and Sunday
tilornlng from 9:30 until 10:30
a.m.. - ' '
Seventh-Day Adventist
- Third and M Streets
Rev. Edward Harms, pastor
Sabbath school 9:30 a.m. Sat
urday, Maria Spears, general sup
erintendent. There is a special
division tor each age group. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m.,. A. J Gor
don, president of the Idaho-East
ern Oregon Conference of Sev
enth Day Advcntists of Bqse, will
be guest speaker. There will be
special music features. Mid-week
prayer service Wcdnesday,( 7:30
p.m., June lu, ai uiy cuurcn. .ras
ter Harms will conduct the'study.
Dorcas Welfare meeting Tuesday
morning, June 5 at the home of
Mrs. Elsie Canaday, Island City.
Hendrix Methodist
. .2103 Noth Fir,' '.
Rev. Neal Van Loon, pastor j
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Wyatt
Starmer, , superintendent. Work
night each. Wednesday, 7-9 p.m.
Morning worship 11 a.m. "The
Holy Spirit" , and the Present
World Order. Evening worship
7.30 p.m. Preaching and singing.
Young people's meeting 6:30 p.m,
Larry Spencer, president. Also
each Tuesday night, 7:30-9:30.
Mid-week prayer service, Thurs
day, 7:30.
Invest To Help
AmWicbn Youth In L exicon Jail
SAN FRANCISCO (UPD Cal
ifornia' Attorney General Stanley
Mosk has launched an investiga
tion into the plight of a Belmont,
Calif., youth serving a four-year
term In Baja California prison for
car theft.'
' Mosk said Thursday that Rob
ert F. Peterson, 18, who was sen
tenced last April, may be the vic
tim of a miscarriage of justice.
Deputy Director Melvin L. Haw-
ley of Mosk's office has suggested
Rosary Recitation
For Mrs. Harrison
Recittaion of the Rosary for
Eudora Harrison, resident of La
Grande for the past fifteen years
who succumbed here Wednesday,
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday
in the, Dempsey-Snodgrass Chapel.
The Reverend Father Crotty will
officiate.
Mrs. Harrison was a member of
Crystal Rebckah lodge number 50.
Survivors include , here husband
Clarence, La Grande, two daugh
ters, Mrs. Artena Fihn, La Grande,
and Mrs.' Lutie Belle Sudarth of
Elsberry, Mo., one son, Gene Har
rison of St. Louis, Mo., and nine
grandchildren. '
Burial will be in the Kivcrview
Cemetery in Louisiana, Mo. '
THE
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those who come, ' return.
Rates not bigh. Dot low.
Free Garage, TVs and Ra
dios'. We have a reputation
for cleanlinesi. - - . ..
Reservation by LD phone
refunded on request upon
arrival. . ' t -, i
. 1217 SW Morrison .
I .Portland, Or. i
Teachers Target
Of investigation
For Red Actions
WASHINGTON (UPD The
House Committee on Un-American
Activities announced plans today
to investigate alleged "communist
party activities", of certain teach
ers at San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Chairman Francis E. Walter
(D-Pa.) said the committee would
hold hearings at San Francisco
starting June 17 and at Los
Angeles starting June 22.
'Members of the teaching pro
fession will be called as witnes
is," he said.
The announcement said Walter
"wanted it made clear that this
is not an investigation of schools
or education."
"It will involve the character.
extent and objects of Communist
party activities of persons enter
ing the teaching profession who
are subject to the directives and
discipline of the Communist par
ty."
The announcement said that pos
sibly as many as 100 witnesses will
be heard. Most of the hearings will
be conducted behind closed doors
to the American consul in Tijuana
that the Mexican government be
asked to release Petersen immed
iately, if the story told by his
mother is true.
Mrs. William A. Petersen, moth
er of the jailed youth insists that
her son merely borrowed the car
with the' permission of a Tijuana
cab driver who had rented it from
the Hertz Agency. The automobile
was reported stolen as a result of
a misunderstanding, she said. '
Mrs. Peterson said the car was
returned undamaged and that she
paid the agency $75 due in rental
charges and once received assur
ances from an American consulate
official and an agency represen
tative that the theft charge would
be dropped.
The mother said she visited her
son in August and found him suf
fering from knife wounds inflicted
by other convicts. She said open
sores covered most of his body
and that he was underweight and
emaciated.
She described the prison, loca
ted in Lower California as "filthy
beyond words." ....
Bryant Buckingham, executive
officer of the American Consulate
in Tijuana, said the mother's
statement that the car was. re-
MENTAL CHECK ORDERED
NEW ORLEANS (UPD An 11-year-old
boy has been ordered
committed for an 'additional 30
day period of psychiatric observa
tion in the slaying of a young
girl. Juvenile Judge John J. Win-
grave committed Edwin Herty
Thursday to the East Louisiana
Hospital at Mandeville for obser
vation. Herty, an honor student,
is charged with sexually molest
ing and then fatally stabbing a
12-year-old girl in a blackberry
patch.
covered and the Hertz Agency ful
ly reimbursed was correct, but he
said Mexican authorities refused
to dismiss the theft charge.
He said young Petersen was rep
resented by a Mexican attorney
and that his defense was based on
a plea that he was guilty of an
"abuse of confidence'; at most,
but that the judge" ruled, btherwise.
He said that the consulate has
appealed the case and that the ap
peal is pending at the state Su
preme Court at Mcxicali;
Hatfield Given
Honorary Degree
EASTON, Pa. (UPI) Gov.
Mnrk Hatfield pi Oregon, today
was given an honorary degree by
Lafayette College where he was
described as a product of higher
education who is a popular and
forceful government leader.
Hatfield was named a doctor of
laws by Dr. K. Roald Bergethon
Lafayette's president.
"Your rise to eminence Is a
bright reminder that the college
ivory can build not merely towers
of contemplationg but also bridges
of comprehension toward a better
world,' Dr. Bergethon told Mat
field 1 ' '
The 36-year-old Oregon Republi
can governor formerly was' a
dean'1 of students and political
science professor at Willamette
University, Salem, Ore.
Hatfield was a guest at a lunch
eon given by the Board of Trus
tees ater the commencement
ceremonies, ben. Edmund !. mus
kie (D - Maine) was commence
ment speaker.
Hatfield has appearances sched
uled in New- York this weekend.
He returns to Oregon next Tues
day. .
ANN LANDERS
Answers Your Problems
er Ann: Mv husband was a
Japanese prisoner. of war. He suf
fered horribly at the hands of the
enemy for almost three years. It
' miracle ne s auvc loaay.
Olir son is in the service, sta
tioned in Tnkvn Ho'c hpnn thprp
almost a year. He writes often
and has sent us snapshots of him
self with Japanese friends. I
muugnt it was nice tnat ne was
bcCr.mina fiomiint.. urilU thn no.
tiyes of the country. My husband
uiu uui agree.
Last week Jim wrote that he'll
hP. hnrn iH Tuli, ii.il. n Tnt.nn.a
bride. We almost died of shock.
incy were secretly married in
February and there's a baby on
the way.
' We arc heartbroken. My hus
band says he doesn't want them
to set foot in our home. I love my
5on and want to accept him and
his wife, regardless. This is not
Massey'sGardener
Drops His Charges
WILTON,1 Conn. (UPI) Actor
Raymond Masscy's gardener, who
charged Massey tossed him out
of his house, dropped the charges
Thursday because a "man's home
is his castle." -
The gardener, Michael Hoshko,
50, had Massey arrested on a'
breach of peace charge for alleg
edly evicting him forcibly from
the actor's home.
In Town Court Thursday, Pros
ecutor Julian Gregory said Mas
sey apparently had ordered Hosh
ko to leave before the tussle be
gan. Hoshko then said he wanted
to drop the. charges.
what I would have wanted for
him, but I feel we should make
the best of it. Please tell us
what in your judgment, is the
best thing to do. E. L.
Dear E. L.: War always leaves
behind plenty to be forgiven on
both sides. Clinging to old hat
reds and nursing old wounds is
useless and destructive. Since
the' marriage has already taken
place, your husband should open
his' home and his heart to both of
the'm. Perhaps your clergyman
can give him a better understand
Ing.' '- ' ' ""
Dear Ann: We're having a big
fat fight over a trifle. t
I alwivs like the name Bradley.
"it was1 my maiden name. I want
to name our new son Bradley to
perpetuate our family name as I
have no brothers.
' It so happens I was once en
gaged to a fellow named Brad
ford. I haven't seen or thought
about Bradford for 10 years.
When I told my husband I want
ed to name the baby Bradley he
said "You don't fool me. You
just Want to call him Brad af
ter your old sweetheart.'T got so
mad I cried.
Our' first child was named after
n:y mother-in-law (to please his
clan).' The second born we nam
ed Juriior. 'Now I think' I should
be permitted a voice in naming
our third. Am I making a moun
tain out of a molehill or what?
Bunny. "' '.'
Dear Bunny: Since your hus
band called the first two shots,
I agree that you should have the
privilege of calling the third. Af
tor all the arguing, some kid will
probably label him "Skinny" or
"Fatso" and that will be it!'"
for the year ended December 31, 195B.
Of the TRAVELERS INDEMNITY
COMPANY of Hartford, In the stale
of Connecticut, made to the Insur
nee Commissioner of Ihe Stale of
Oregon, pursuant to law:
ADMITTED ASSETS
Bondl $357.5?.I7.7
Stocks 32,109.901. 00
Mortgage loans on real
estate - 0
Real estate, less SO en
cumbrances ..... 0
Cash and bank deposits 12,031,723.03
Agents' balances or un
collected premiums . 76,111,293.31
Interest, divldands and
real estate Income due
nd ArmiMt 9.79J.MM 3
Other assets 5,131,427.40
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
STATFAAPNT
for the year ended December J
endprT December 31. 19S8.
of THE CHARTER OAK FIRE IN-
bUKANCt (.UMrWNI or nariroro, in
Ihe State of Connecticut, made to the
In.nrAnri, rnmml&sloner of Ihe State
of Oregon, pursuant to taw:
AHAAITTFD ASSETS
Bonds - S3,O37,6.0O
blocks .
Mortgage loans on real
estate , .....
Real estate, less so encum-
Cash and bank' de'poslts ..
Agents oaiances or uncol
lected premiums ... .
Interest, dividends and real
estate Income due and ac-
rrnorl
Other assets
Total admitted assets SXS5.Bl7.9e.0a
LIAtSILIT ItS. SUKKLUi ANU
OTHER FUNDS
Losses S 96.962 917.00!
Loss adlustment expenses 13.859,916 DO
Unearned premiums. .j.. 243,475,010.44
All other liabilities 13.3S0.195.33
Total liahlllttei. extent
Capital S367,67!,03 77
Japilal paid up . ...S 10.000.000.00
pecial surplus funds .. 10,821,042.69
Unasslnned funds (sur
plus) .. 97,318,887.62
surplus as regards pol
icyholders $118,139,930.31
rj.oll.1 ' S 32.38! 42
rj.nlt.1 natrl n 1 .000.000 00
special surplus runas . ... . j i
Unassigned funds (surplus! 2,265,757.28
Surplus as regards policy- . '
homers, .. ....., i3, 'sr. to
' Total . . $485,817,969.01
STATfzMENf OF INCOME
rremlums earned $279,007,764.5,
Btut ncurred ... S157.231.4B0.3
Loss expenses incurred. 18,669.597.69
Other underwriting ex-
fenses Incurred 116,737.194.56
otal underwriting de
ductions .... 292,63,I7J.S6
Net underwriting gain or
loss . .., 13,630.507.99
Investment Income 9,063,320.02
Other income ,-. 61,830.73
Total, before federal In
come taxes ...... 6,505,157.14
Federal Income taxes In-
curred 4,873,678.18
Net income 2,368,320.94
. Dividends to stockholders S 1,200,000.00
Dividends to policyholders 27,877.00
capnai enanges men . u
Other Items atfectlna sur.
Plus (net) 27,703,728.18
Total capital and sur-
. plus Items (net) .... 26,53105.18
Increase In surplus at
regards policyholders 28,899,926.12
ISUSINbSS IN UKbliUN
FOR THE YEAR
Direct Dremlumi re
ceived $ 1,929,487.07
uirecr losses paid J4,esu.ai
uiviaenas paia or crea- .
Ited to policyholders 0
Prlncloa! office In Oreaont Phil Grass.
mover Co.t General Agents, The
cquiiBDie oiog.. ,i a. w, sixtn Ave.,
P. O. Drawer 1191. Portland 7, Ore.
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
STATEMENT
tor the year ended December 31. 1958.
Of THE TRAVFt F.RS NKIIRANr?
COMPANY, Hertford, In Ihe Slate ol
Connecticut, made to the Insurance
Commissioner of the State of Ore
eon, pursuant lo law:
, ASSETS
Bonds (1) .' SU3S.663.905.29
SIOCKS (Z)
Mortgage loans on real
estate (3)
Real estate (less $0 en
cumbrances) (4) ....
Policy loens (5) ... ..
Cash and . bank de-
DOSITS
Premiums due and de
ferred (life) (17)
Interest and other In
vestment Income due
and accrued (19)
Assets, accident de
partment (25) .
Other assets
Tata allele (941
LIABILITIES.
77.06I,I27.IX)
830,445.324 43
36,930,053.7
12,902,454.0
6.732,974.29
' 39,859,195.19
' 20,240.348.34
'41.334,0??. 59
I 3,663,492.01
SUKr-UUS
a Flirjnc '
RMprve fnr llfa ool.
ices iifji . 2A49,087,765.00
Policy and contract
rt., ( " ii . j '54,128,397.39
Diriment' (25 9) 458. R41 7 ai
All other liabilities.... ,158.126,902!64
50.000,000:00
76,819,008.03
225,848,005.09
;35267,011.12
Total liabilities, ex
cept Capital (26) $2,720,186,592.94
Special surplus funds
(27)
Unsssloned surplus (79)
surplus as regards pol
icyholders (30) 4.
wuiriiriHrii ur i. ittm iyi,S
(AcctuaI Bnsls)
Premium 1 and annuity
eontlderatloni (1.1) t 291,987,350,26
elementary contracts
5ar"lncomi---tmi " -n
18,173.27
Total (7) . , 406,441,007 07
Policy benefits (-l?Af I nA.lmiM
mcntary contracts,
dividend accumula
llnni mH Intarset
.-. - .40,570,517.04
Increase In reserves
general insurance ex
Df?nui and Inn (21-
(5fnW-op.r.-.- '.
Dd's "t,' policy-"
JiS'S''JU. ' 1.732.10
it . ----- o,ev4,e6H.04
Net gain from opera
tions (31) .... S 19,748,319.03
Dividends . lo -stock-rte'i'ri.'S'
-.., ' MI0O.00O.00
surplus and surplus
fund fnti f3A4-(3S).
(4U).(4t7i-(48) - 4T,4tM10.20
end special surplus
! funds . . 30.306.349 23
FOR THE YEAR
Gross premiums and
i annuity considerations
! collected during the
; year icc. uepr. ir
D7v3d5.'nd'i.,p.ll-orcred.
- fted to policyholders
durlno the var .. ., a
Gross Benefits and j
l Claims, enaowmenis kl
njrrenarri, ana annw
Hies paid during the .
year (Acc. Dept. I-
fmaver Co., General Agents Th
Equitable Bldg., l S. vT fpfh Ave
P. O. Draper 11i, P&rtlsna 7, Ore!
0
. ; - P
24o,9o).43
Total admitted assets (3,291,142.70
LIABILITIES, SURPLUS
AND OTHER FUNDS . .
Losses . -- - P
Lots adlustment expenses. . f
Unearned premiums ... Q
iiaDiniies .
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
IT AT P AAC KIT
r the year ended December 31, 1958,
' th r.DAN IT P STATP FIRE IN
SURANCE COMPANY of 17M Elm
Mreei, wancnejier, in ine aiaia oi
him u Hmathlr. mrl to the In
surance Commissioner of the State
or uregon, pursuant to law: . r
AHAAITTPn AFT5
Bonds , 3'157'5S559
Stocks 1,488,839.75
Mortgage loans on real
Dnaaf a I sta !' ft Innim.
nraness 0
Cash and bank deposits , 292,92.23
Agents' oaiances or uncoi-
ecrea premiums ... v
Intertst, dividends and real
rnierf M.2W 99
other assets Q
All other
Total, liabilities.
33,385.
except
T0,nTAYEWEMr-OF-.NWEU!'7
Tim umi earned o
Losses incurred P
l au mxaene Incurred . O
Other underwriting , ax- .
penses incurred . w
Total underwriting deduc-
tions - . v x
fet underwriting gain or
Investment Income .1 74,179 58
Other income . - 0
come taxes .. - 74,IT9.5t
Federal income taxes in-
curreo . ... ...
Not Inrnm 4AM,
Dividends to stockholders i
Dividends to policyholders i
Capital changes (net) , i
Other items affecting sur
plus men '
Total capital and surplus
Items (net)
gards policyholders 44,494.16
a. so 1.1 tree iu noennu
Direct nremlumj received
Dlv?dendSSpalo?3or credited
In nnllrwhnlrlar
Principal office in Oregon:
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
1TATEA1C hlT
for the year ended December 31, 1951
Oregon, pursuant to law
ADMITTED ASSETS 1 '
Bonds J15,054,J59.97
siocks . u,9ia,09a.95
Mortgage loans on reai
estate ' w
Deal Bdkta t flni-lim.
Carsh"and "bank deposits'" 4M,J2?.J1
Agents oaiances or unco .
leciea premiums .. ,
Interest, dividends ana -t I
mal otrMtn In mm due
and accrued ' 1M,4.09
Oiher assets 51,365.68
Total admitted assets $38,9,973.54
L1ABILI I It b,
AND HTHPP
Losses S 5,19,541.20
Loss adlustment expenses 414, 725.50
.HI, US. 34
688,180.63
ll.klllttaa Kit
ranllaf . tll.a97.47f1.fl?
Capital paid up . J 7. 2,000,000.00
apeciai surplus Tunqs w
I I r,..1nrsaH liinrta 7aitf.
Plus) . . 7,752,448.67
Surplus as regards policy .
noioers .
Total
. 1711,449.973 54
ENT OF iNCDMb -
Omniliimi rnrf Sla.997.T7
Losses Incurred, . ... 9 ,314 ,784 so
l net yrntei Incurred . 1.381.955.59
Other underwriting ex-
penses incurreo .... f1jii'
Totl underwriting ,.
H.iciiivi (18,041,510.69
Met underwriting gain or
Olher income .... 1,289.42
Total oetore teaorai in ' , -
come taxes , 11JD90,I2
Fedoral Income , taxes, In ... ,
curred 17,538.01
DlvWends to stockholders eOOOO
Capital changes .(net) ; 0
Other Items effecting sur- .t.-.A
plus men
Total cepllal end surplus .
llj.nr.fi Tnotl 143,709 .04
Increase in surplus as
regards pollcvhoiders 842.261.15
Net premiums received. S f2?tVJ2
Net Tosses paid 35,177.07
Dividends paid or creo
Ited to policyholders , 0
Principal office In Oregn: 704 Falling
DUHOing, roniona, wrewun.
Total admitted assets $6,964,939.96:
.v AND hTHEB PUNDS
Losses ..... 0
Loss adlustment expenses. ' Q
Unearned premiums . . 0
All other liabilities 0
Total liabilities., except
Cftnltftl ' 1
Capital Paid up - ....$1,250,000.00
ipettni surpiui lunai u
Unassigned funds (surplus) 5,714,939.96
Surplus as regards policy
holders . - 16,944,939.9
Total I.-'".- S6.964.93f.96
STATEMENT Of INLUMb
Premiums earned. ........ P
LoTiH Incurred 0
Loss expenses Incurred 0
Other underwriting ' ex-
ponses incurred . v
Total underwriting deduc-
finn A
Net underwriting gain or :
Investment Income t 329.898 67
Other income . ... ...... 74.00
loiai, Deiore icaerai in- ........
come taxes ... 329.96J.6?
Federal income taxes in .
Mat Ini-Ama - AJ
Dividends to " stockholders' 65.000 00
idopas to poucvnoiaers
ilta chanaes (net)
Total capltalz-and surplus . ......
Items (net) t p49,973.24
nfvuaal tn rnlii ra.
gards poHcvhorders 1,179,935.Mi
BUSINESS IN OREGON ,
Direct premiums received 'JM?
uirecT losses paia
Dividends paid or credited .
to policyholders ' m o
Principal office In Oregon: 421 S. W
Sixth Avenue, Portland 7. Oregon.
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
CTATCUCMT
for the veer ended December 31. 1958.
. 4u. IiiMucADm it pidP JL AAA-
RINE INSURANCE COMPANY Ot
Minneapolis, In the State of Mlnne-
missloner of tne stare ot uregon, uui
suanl to law: ACT.
Bonds HI2!ln
Stocks .....f , 2.857,168.00
Mortgage nans on reoi
estate .
Real estate, less tncum-
iBn ana oam anryuii .
Agents' balances or uncoh
lected premiums - ,
Interest, dividends and real
estate Income due and ac
crued -
Other assets r
t
94,362.85
Tolal admitted assets .;M7,023.70
, LIABILITIES, SURPLUa
' AND OTHER FUNDS
Losses .
i n. ad ustment expenses
Unoarnad premiums -
AM othef irablllties
Total llab I lilies, except
Capital' bald up"'""".V: 81.00
Special surplus, funds tnMtMin
Unassigned funds J surplus) 4,007.023.70
Surplus as regaras (W,,ftri
noioers -.
Tofal' k- ' ' 15,007,023.70
CTATPMFNT OP INCOME .
Premiums earned B
Losses Incurred j 2
Loss eXpfinses Tncurred - .
Other underwriting ex- -
penses incurred .--
Total underwriting deduc- A
Hons .
4et underwriting gain or ft
loss .K
invpMment Income ..il... 1 lii.v;
rMhar Inrnnui "
Total, before federal In
come' taxes
Federal Income, taxes In-
eurrwf
Net Income
niuirfunrtfi in rdnrVhofder
Dividends to policyholders
,rpiiai cnan
)thpr Items
plus (net)
Increase In surplus as re ,
oards pollcvhoiders nP-M7 07
BUNRSS IN OREGON
trirj 4u- VCAO
Direct premiums received $ 9,4 .24
Direct losses paid . 113,723.67
ivmenns pnia or creanea , .
to pnllcyholders 0
Principal office In Oregon:
115,979.06
0 I
115.979 OA
-90,000 00
704,308 01
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
STATPMPNT
for the year ended December 31. 19S8.
Of tha ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSUR
ANCE of London, England, in the
Kingdom of Great Britain, made lo
the Insurance Commissioner ol the
e vt urtryort, pursuant io i
AriAAiTTPn itf.cn;
Bonds 8.019.595.24
Stocks .... 3,076,373.97
mortgage loans on real
esiaie g
Real estate, toss I encum
Cash and bank deposits . 845,786.05
Agenis' Daiancca or uncol
lected premiums ... 698,384.05
i merest, oiviacnas ana
real estate Income due
and accrued A1.845.1i
Olher assets 745,178.99
Total admitted assets $.3,467,173.48
LIAQILI I Iti, lUKrLU J
AND OTHFR PliNnl
Losses N t 2,8rt,096 Sftl
Loss adlustment expenses 521,818. K
Unearned premiums 4,772.592.75
All olher liabilities 1,138,549.94
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
STATFAAFNT
for the year ended December 31, 1958.
ot tne New Hampshire Fire Insur
ance Company ot 1750 Elm Street,
Manchester, In the State of New
Hampshire, made to the Insurance
lommissioner oi ine srais oi ure
gon, pursuant to law:
ADMITTED A55ET3
Bonrit Ml. 177.155 00
stocks : 32,548,625.39
Mortgage loans on real
Real estate, less $0 en
cumbrances 2.000,000 00
CAsh and bank deposits. 3,55V, 039. 45
genis- Dainnccs or uncoi-
leciea premiums ... ah.vuj.vm
real estate income due
and accrued 33f.2fft.74
Other assels . .. . 63.734.79
TMjiI llfthtlltUti. ' rnt
capital 8 9,282,057.19
capirai pnia up s auu.uw w
special surplus runas v
I ln.tIanfH fiinri. fir.
pus) . . 1,S,1!6.
Xiirnhia an PeUiarH ttftllrv.
holders I 4,185,116.29
Total'"" ' "113.467,173.48
STATEMENT OF INCOME
Premiums earned $ 7,308,649.13,
Looses incurred - .. a,Biv,4u.
Leu exoenses Incurred . 516.254.67
Other underwriting ex- . ......
penses incurreo . ZiSJrJir-M
Total unaerwrlffng do .... ,.i
H..rlinn 7.1U.975.10
Nt underwriting gain or ........
Investment Income"""" 353.578.90l
Olher Income ..... 318.12
i oiai, Derore loaeroi in
mm tiivao tOO.tllJ SI
Federal income taxes in-
Net lnrnm . t S00.6B4 81
Dividends to stncknoiders
nivldend to oolicvholders
Capital ehang (net!
run or nam AtMM-una tuir.
Plus inerl .v w
Tntal' JinKal ' MfiH diir.
Dim Items (net) t '328.249.43
Increase In surplus as re-
garas poiicvnniacrs ot. i j.j
BU5INF5S IN OREGON
cno TUP VPAD
Net premiums received S 41,144 45
Net losses pld . 2M86.67
vinenas paid or creo
Itort In DnllrvhnlHjr 0
Principal ofllc In Oregon: Phil Gross-
maver o., ii a. w. sixin ve,
Portland, Oregon.
SYNOPSIS OP ANNUAL
STATPAAPNT
for the V"r endol"Dcpmher 31, 1958,
Of Tne UTAH MUV.fc HKt INSUK-
In The State of Utnh, made to the
Insurance Commissioner of the Stale
or uregon, oursii-in- to law:
AHAAITTPn ACT
Bonds M, 544,109 l
Slocks ... . 3,455,316.00
worioage loans on reai
estate 4,572.13
Reai esiate, less s encum
hrnri O
Cash and hank deposits 710.805. 5S
Agents' blentos or uncol-
ifciea premiums oiiimfn
inieresT, aiviaenas ana reai
trnia nrnnia niia Jinn
jirmiPff . 91.095 W,
Other assets. -' 49.036.16
Total admtttrrf aseti in.-' 5,499.14
LIAHILITIES, 5UKKI.US
AND OTHER FUNDS
I Aaa t An. 771
nit fiiiitimiirir aviianiu iri.niin.if
inoarnod ornmtiim 3.2S4 01 79
All other (labilities 319,507.94
Tnlal llahllllta. vrn1
Capital pair! up' "V."'. $1,000,000.00
llnriMloned tnndt fmirntnti 3.176.386.10
uro'us as regaras poncv-
noioen M s. i o.joo. iu
Trttat ' fl ilt 449 14
n STATEMENT OF INCnMP
Premiums earned $i,?ns.iW V
nss exDfnw Incur rd 171.004.75
'oJ'nles Inru'rVr-H1''"0 1,425,178.6
iimi unoirwnimg aeauc- '
(Ions ' 3,247.267.11
fj-sl Hivfariuptt Inn Hkln ur
nvf'.IDifirii firnma 7HVHO SI
'iinfr income
i nrai, ooiore federal in-
rnmn tyr
FfiHnral Income taxes In- 0
r. irrcn
Met Income
243,697.16
0
74TM7 H
ldt ' ffi nnltr-uhnlHar
("anllal ihna fn.n
nihrr ltm alfvlliin mi.ri
rntrt capital and surplus
Items fnetl v w 149.525.40,
incrras Jn itirb'us' as re MJMM,..I
ows'im i"j nr-fiun
PllD TUC VPAD
rjlrect Drfmliima r-ii,aH S9.779 4ft
Olrrd losses nald 37,077.27
4-vionri.t d-ki 0r Credited
to policyholders 0
Prlncfnal Of Urn In nirnnn- Phil r.rot.
2",Xrr 5, i?1 5 W. Sixth Avenue,
rviimnu , vrogoni
Total admitted assets $8318,119.69
LIABILITIES, SURPLUS
AND OTHER FUNDS
Losses .... SI 2,980,903.32
loss eaiusimem -ex-penses
.. ... 1,159,626.65
Unearned premiums .... 29,976,054.77
All olher liabilities 12, MS, 6 TV. 04
Total liabilities, except 1
rjiDitAl lM.9ft7.7a3 78
Capital paid up . . 4,000,000 00
ipecini surplus lunas . 3,4uu,uuu.w
Unassigned funds (sur-
plus. . . 19.236vS5S.)
hoi
Total . . ".. . M3.61 8,81 9.69
CTATBMCMT ftB IkimMF
Premiums earned i2'92MH3!
Losses incurred .. 23.597.564 44
Loss expenses Incurred . 2.906,426.99
Oiner unaerwriiing ex-... ...
penses Incurred . 16r66l.986.37
Tolal underwriting de- t
rt.iclinn 142.173,977.80
rj.1 undarwrllln. gain or ., ,
Inveitment Irtcoma 2J06.022.U
Other Income . ....... -101,029.85
Total, before federal In ... . .
come taxes 8748.
Federal income taxes In-
currea
117.209.26
Dividends to i'tockholders 100,000.00
Net Income t -t
Dividends to pollcvhoiders H
Other Items etlectlng sur- ,...tilA
piUS net) - --
Tolal capital and sur
plus Items (net) .. 1416,260.35
ncrrase in surplus as re- .
gards policyholders 'a43'46' '
BUStN.SS IN ORE ON
Net premiums received lig'fZ
Net losses paid . M. W.775.25
Dividmds paid or credited . .
to policyholders ... - vw
Principal office In Oregon: 421 S. W.
Sixth Avenue, Portland 7, Oregon.
SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL
5AItWcrii .
PAN? OP HAWAII, yiMVEO. j!
Mono il u, n me aiaiB u "w.jr
missionur or hi ' -------
pursuant to lsw: .-.-Tn ' ,
.ADWITTED..5.56"770.7,.0!
rvtorigaoe teens .... 41.3.04
Re'l'esfale, 'lesi' tncunv .
ronccs ..."
Cash and bank dcooslts In-
inis terii. ,
Aornls balances or uncol-
lecled premiums , , Jrz.lTO.e,
Interest, dividends and real
Other assets'::.'." HO.m.70
Total admllted assets , tMM.MS.71
LIABILITIES, SURPLyS
OTHER
.osses . - '
o,s aaiusrmeni jwio .
Unearnod premiums .-,-. ''yw-iiu.ift
All other fiab Itles : - 440,741.30
11,179,222 17
Total llabllltlii. except
Capital paid up'"' .....S.0O0M.0O
.jpociai surpiui iunm -, r . j.X ati
Unassigned funds (surplus) 3,55613 61
Surplus as regards policy-
noioers . .....
Total M,t24,745.I1
1 TrATtlirUT no iNrnAAP
Premiums earned ?!
Loss expenses Incurred , ITO.Oe.U
liner unnprwriiiini - . .
penses Incurred ...... - 1.144,731.1?
Tola unaerwrninu oiwirw
(Ions , 2.739,223 M
Not underwriting gain or '
1 loss 57,5211.41
investment Income .
Oihir Income .. 14,389.40,
Total, before federal In- . ,M
come taxes 1 w,i.ye
Federal . Income . taxes
incurred . i2?ff-iW
rei intorrw ........ .
Olvldends to stockholders t 200,
lyuii
Capital changes (net) ...
Total capital and surplus
Items (net) ., --
Inc-ease In surplus as rs-
8art wiii.-jiuiu';
BUSINESS IN OREGON
i-uk inc it"i-
ftl,80r.4
491406.44
772,m.4H
Direct premiums received
uirecr losses nom -.
Olvldends paid or credited
in POMCyr-niaeri i
Principle office In Oregon,
pnii orossmayer .o.t rwinarw.
11.411,50
0
PMflL OROSSilAYER CO. ! j
MAHAGM CEKIML .INSURANCE AGENTS ' . . ' ; :
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La Grind