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The Bend Bulletin. Wednesday. March 2. 1955
Here and There
5 kUA4.:n C.
By Commission
Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, &16
Colorado, are parents of a girl
born Tuesday afternoon at St.
Charles Memorial hospital. The
baby weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces,
and has been named Marjorie
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clark left
Monday for Frannie, Wyo., after
a visit with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George
two weeks visiting relatives.
City manager Walter T. Thomp.
son returned to his office in city
hall this morning after at
tending the Northwest City Man
agers convention in Albany, Sat
urday through Tuesday. While
there, Thompson reported on sev
eral bills on municipal financing
pending before the Oregon legislature.
Fulton and sons, Clark and Greg-V Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fulton and
ory. The Fullons took their guests
by car to Wishram, where they
made train connections to continue
the trip.
The Bend Soroptimlst club will
hold a regular luncheon meeting
Thursday noon in the Pine Tavern
dining room.
Mr. and Mrs. R: A. Ferguson
left Tuesday morning for Salt Lake
City, where Mrs. Ferguson will
undergo medical treatment.
Mi's. Minnie Murphy, 1164
Roosevelt, relumed last night
from Portland, where she spent
By United Press
Prices on some top lambs
reached a new recent high laic
Cattle 300; market fairly active,
mostly steady; load low good
around 900 lb. steers 20.65; few
good around 725 lb. feeder steers
18: canner-cutter cows 9.50-11.50;
utility cows 12. 13.50; two loads
around 1060 lb. commercial cows
15.50; utility-commercial bulls 13
15 with odclhea dat 15. 50and 15.75.
15 with odd head at 15.50 and 15.75.
Calves 25; market fairly active,
steady; good - choice vealcrs 22-
27.50, some held higher.
Hogs 300; market si ow, about
steady; choice 1 - 2 butchers 180
235 lbs. 19 - 19.50; choice 3 lots
18.50; choice 285 - 305 lb. 17.50;
sows scarce, salable around 14.50-
16 and above.
Sheep 100; s c a 1 1 e r ed sales
steady; few good - choice wooled
lambs 19.50-21; small lot choice-
prime 104 lb. late Tuesday 22, new
recent high; few good-choice feed
ers 17.50-18.50; choice ewes up to
son and daughter. Niles and Glen.
da, left Sunday lor their home in
Portland, after spending several
days in Bend and visiting Fulton's
mother, Mrs. John DeBoer, who
is a patient at St. Charles Memo
rial hospital. They were acconv
panied by Mrs. DeBoer's brother',
George Green of Battle Ground,
Wash. The Fultons were guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B,
Crawford, parents of Mrs. Fulton.
Green stayed with his brother-ln.
The Central Oregon Saddle Club
association will hold its quarterly
meeting Sunday, March 6, at the
Redmond Saddle club hall. Pot
luck luncheon will be served at
noon. Don McFarland of Salem
will speak on the proposed organ
ization of an Oregon Saddle club
association. All interested horse
men are invited to attend, it was
Chief Robert Messing, U..S.
Navy, left last night by bus for
Treasure Island, San Francisco,
iifter being recalled unexpectedly,
He will have completed 19 years
of Navy service in May, and will
be eligible for retirement in Octo
ber. His wife and three children
will remain in Bend at least until
school is out. The family plan to
make their permanent home here.
In a telephone call this morn
ing, Chief Messing said that he is
being sent to the University of
California for limited duty in the
arts and science department. Be
fore coming to Bend, he taught at
San Diego.
Mr., and Mrs. A. A. Ries re
turned Sunday from Sonoma,
Calif., where they spent a week
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ries,
The two men are brothers,
Award of insurance for city cars
and heavy equipment will be made
by the city commission at its first
March meeting this evening in the
city hall.
Bids for a policy for cars and
another for heavy equipment wens
pened this morning by Oty Man
ager Walter T. Thompson.
Public hearing on a petition tor
the vacation of a plotted but un
improved alley in block S of Ken
wood addition is scheduled for 8
Another vacation petition slated
for discussion by the commission
is one for Underwood between w.
1st and Division. A petition for the
vacation of the block was present
ed to the commission at its last
regular meeting, Feb. 16. Since
then the commission has toured
the site.
PORTLAND (UPI Potato mar
ket: Oregon Russets No. 1A 4.25-
4.50 for 100 lbs.; No. 1 bakers 5-
5.50; bales 5-10 lbs. 2.50-2.75; 10 lb.
mesh 35-49c; No. 2 50 lbs. 1.15-
1.25 a 0-lb. sack; Idaho bales -
10 lbs. 4.75; Calif. Long Whites no.
1 5.50-6.
Bend Hospital
By IMMtod Press '
Prices were unchanged today
alter Monday's 1 and 2 cent decline.
Eggs To retailers: Grade AA
large. 19c doz; A large, 47-48c doz;
AA medium, 4So; medium, 46-
17c: small, 40-12c doz; cartons,
l-3c additional.
Butter To retailers: AA grade
prints, 66c II); carious 67c; A
prints, 66c; cartons, 67c; B prints,
61c. ;
Cheese To retailers: A grade
chedclar, Oregon singles, 42Vi
45' ic; 5 - lb. loaves, 4G1i! - 49' jC.
Processed American cheese, 5-lb.
loaf, SD'Hlc.
The following are new patients
at bt. Charles Memorial hospital
Jack Racburn, Madras; Stephen
Amsberry, 10-month-old son of Dr
and Mrs. H. M. Amsberry, T20
Riverside; Juanita Skidgcl, 14
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Skidgcl, LaPinc; Mrs. Harold
Campbell, Star route, Redmond
Donald Ross, 41 Terminal; Mrs.
John Duncan, Madras.
Dismissed: Mrs. Rena Suppah,
Warm Springs; Lawrence Lisen-
bury, Madras; Mrs. Eric Hilton,
Con Breen, Earl Lengelc, Mrs
Walter McCallum and Mrs. Joan
Blake, all Bend.
Funeral services for Coleman
Oliver Young, 47, a former Bend
resident, will be held Wednesday
at 2 p.m. at the Niswonger-Wins-low
chapel. Mr. Young died Sun
day morning in Prineville, where
he had made his home" for the
past year and a half.
Mrs. Peden Dies
At Redmond
Meigs Services
Due on Friday
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Mrs. Eunice Ber
tha Meigs, 677, died Monday after
noon in Central Oregon district
hospital. Sie had been admitted
to the hospital Friday and appar
ently had been rcspe-.iJing to treat
ment when she died suddenly.
Mrs. Meigs was bom in Hand
county, S. D. While living in South
Dakota she was a member of the
Congregational church and the Or
der of Eastern Star at Highmore,
S. D. She was a member of the
own and Country Garden club
and Fidelily club in Redmond
She and her husband moved to
Redmond from Portland in 1950.
Mrs. Meigs is survived by her
husband. Austin P. Meigs, of
Route 1. Box 265. Two daughters,
Mrs. Irma Raske and Mrs. Mary
Wareine. and a son, Sylvester
Meigs, live in Redmond. Other
survivors are sons John S. Meigs
in Yacolt, Wash., and Merrill A.
Meigs of Beaverton, two brothers,
Pross Sutfin of Highmore, S. D.,
and Ben Sutfin. in Opal, S. D., 17
grandchildren and. three great
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. Friday from the Redmond
Community church, with Rev.
Robert Williams in charge. Burial
will be in Redmond cemetery.
Zacher mortuary is making arrangements.
Mrs. Charles Z. Peden Sr.. a
resident of the Redmond commu
nity, for 17 years, died last night
at her home, following an illness.
She had been hospitalized recently,
and returned home only two days
ago. Time tor the funeral has not
been set, but the service will be
held in Redmond at the First Bap
tist church, of which Mn. Peden
was a member.'
Mrs. Peden, formerly Willi
Wardlaw. was born in Italy. EUls
county,, Texas. She was 66. lit ad
dition to her husband, she leaves
the following 14 children: A. L.
Peden, "Redmond; H. A.. Peden,
Glendale, , Ore.; L. G. Peden,
Grants Pass; Joe W. Peden, Red
mond; Mrs. Earl Amsmeler, Red
mond; Mrs. Purl Amsmeier, Sa
lem;' Charles Z, Peden Jr., Port
land; Rev. Earl C. Peden, Los
Angeles; Mrs. George Ooolcy,
Bend;' Mrs. Eugene Davis, Turn
alo; Bob J. Peden, Redmond;
A 2-c Eugene Peden, U.S. Air
Force, Roswell, N.M., Sgt. Guinn
D. Peden, U.S. Army, Fort Riley,
Also surviving ' are a brother,
Olen Wardlaw, Dallas, Texas, and
six sisters: . Mrs. J.1 O. Adams,
Denton, Texas; Mrs. H. C. Darden
Austin, Texas; Mrs. P.' E.- Thoma.
son, Elgin,-Okla.i Mrs. John F.
Olsen; Port Naches, Texas; Nettie
Wardlaw, Richmond Texas; Nan
cy Wardlaw, Austin, Texas. There
The Niswonge'r : Wlhslow funeral
home is in charge of arrange
ments..,! . . i. - i .
Prineville Hospital
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE Feb. 22, admit
ted: Mrs. Ceil Johnson and Lyle
Chalfant, Prineville; Mrs. Harold
Berge of Redmond. .
Feb. 23,. admitted: Mrs. Wayne
McCormick, Walter E. Smith,
James H. Randall, Douglas H.
Brown, all of Prineville. ' Dis
missed: Mrs. Lucille Luckson,
Mrs. Wesley Durkee and infant
daughter, . Mrs: Varina : Austin
Mrs. Ray Brooks, and Alan Dur
kee, 11 year old son of Mr. . and
Mrs. Merrill Durkee.
Feb. ' 24, admitted: Paul C.
Schimelfenig, 6 year old. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Schimelfenig,
Prineville. Dismissed: Paul
Schimelfenig, Douglas Brown.
Feb. 25. admitted: Joy Hender
son, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Henderson; Ray Barnes,
Mrs. Jack R. Brock, Mrs. Bill
Derryberry, and Edward Watson,
all of Prineville. Dismissed: Jo
seph Rhoden and James Randall,
Feb. 26, admitted: Mrs. Harold
I. Smith of Mitchell.' Dismissed:
John F. Lund of Mitchell; Edward
Watson of Prineville.
Feb. 27, dismissed: Mrs. Wil
liam Derryberry.
Feb. 28, admitted: Waldo Kron
berg, Prineville; .Douglas War-
lein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Warlein of Mitchell.
Special Session
Planned atlnn
By Oil Company
A product introduction meeting
of all Associated Oil company
dealers and their mechanics will
be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
at the Pilot Butte Inn, it was an
nounced by Ken Stringer of Bend,
the company's Central Oregon rep
The session will give informa
tion to those attending about
new gasoline product being intro
duced currently by the company,
Springer said. Lloyd Leonhardt of
Portland, sales supervisor for As
sociated, will be in charge of the
meeting. '
To be featured is a color film;
the same film that was used over
a closed TV circuit to introduce
the product to company personnel
m major cities.
Nathan T. Murry
Dies at Age 89;
Nathan Tucker Murry, 89, died
last night at his home at 429
Staats street. He was a native of
Platte county, . Missouri, and had
been a Bend resident 32 years,
Mr. Murry is survived by his
wife, Charlotte K., and three sons,
James F. Murry of Santa Bar
bara; H. T. (Jeff) Murry of Mad
ras and Myrle Murry of Bend. I
There are nine grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements had not
been completed at noon, according
to the Niswongcr-Winslow chapel. .
New Shipment
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Prineville Plans
Spring Opening
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE Plans for Prine-
ville's spring opening were dis
cussed at this week's chamber of
commerce luncheon forum. The
opening will ,be held from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March
26, with streets to be blocked off
and a program presented. The
CCIIS band will be featured, and
merchants are completing plans
to hold a "lucky dollar bill" con
test on the order of the one con
ducted by a Portland paper some
time ago, with local merchants
contributing prizes for the holders
of the dollar bills with the correct
Robert Barney" also reported
that the Lions auxiliary fashion
show would take place the follow
ing weekend after the spring open
ing, and merchants are planning
an automobile parade as their part
towards opening the show. Plans
will be completed for both affairs
at the next regular merchants' as
sociation meeting on March 9.
Mike Miksche presided over the
Redmond Hospital
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Mr. and Mrs. Per
ry Coon, Terrebonne, have a new
daughter, named Joyce Ann. The
baby was bom Tuesday at Central
Oregon district hospital.
Admitted Tuesday: Wayne Ttl
sey, Mrs. Ralph Smith, Ellis Van
derwilt, Route 1, all Redmond:
Mrs. Thclma Friedman, Powell
Butte; T. C. Daly, Bend; Larry
Stratton, 16. Sisters. Five out-pa
tients were treated and dismissed.
Discharged: Bruce Wulf, 10,
Warm Springs; William Sten
kamp, Bend.
Fine on a backlog of parking
tickets was paid this morning at
the local police station by James
Frederick Sproule, 636 E. Irving.
He paid $20 on 10 overdue park
ing citations.
Cited this morning by police for
making an improper U-turn waa"
Edward Johnson, Eugene. - -
Sisters. Firemen
Hold Meeting
' Special to The Bulletin
SISTERS Firemen held their
regular meeting Monday evening
at the fire hall. Assistant fire
chief, Cliff Ullmann, assisted by
Richard Day conducted the lesson
which was additional floor plan
study. The problems resulting from
fire arms and ammunition in a fire
were discussed. Robert Morgan
was taken in as a new member
of the volunteer group.
An assembly was presented
Thursday, Feb. 24 in the Mult!
Purpose room of the grade school
by the first, fourth, and sixth
grades. The ' popular February
themes were carried out by the
children. . First grade boys and
girls presented a series of skits
on good sportsmanship and coop
LEE; N. H. (UP) The
mountain lion that came to dinner
39 years ago is still hanging
around. He was shot in this town,
stuffed and sent to the Wood
man Museum at Dover.'
Gives Special Kind of
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t rtttwrt ceagkt achiag smxIw .' .
Child's Mild Musterole made e .
peciaUy for kiddies' tender ikm-
forms a special comforting, pro '
tectlve warmth on chest, throat . ,
and back. It not only gives fast ro
ller but helps break up localized
congestion. Stainless!
Keats N. Oliver
Sets Vale Post
Social to The Bulletin
SALEM Keats N. Oliver has
been promoted from transitman in
Bend to resident engineer at Vale,
according to R. H. Baldock, state
highway engineer.
The new position will Involve re
sponsibility for assigned highway
construction projects in the Vale
Oliver is a veteran of World War
II. Before coming to work for the
state highway department, he was
employed by the Geophysical Serv
ice, Inc., of Dallas, Texas, and
served In the Navy.
He Joined the highway depart
ment on September 10, 1946, work
ing as a stakeman, chainman,
computer, draftsman, - and transit-
man, until his recent promotion
1 to 10 p.m.
Starts March 1, to 29
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