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    The Bend Bulletin, Friday, March 4, 1955
Here and There
Two Bend residents, Dominique
Minaberrigaray and Sylvia Brown,
obtained a marriage license Wed
nesday at the Deschutes county
clerk's office.
Miss Carolyn Weber, daughter!
of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Weber of
Gilchrist, is one of 20 nursing stu
dents at Sacred Heart hospital,
Eugene, who will receive their
caps in a ceremony March 13 in
Eugene. Her brother, Airman first
class William C. Weber, is expect
ed home- from Larson Air Force
Base in Washington to attend the
ceremony. Her parents and sev
eral Gilchrist friends also plan to
Markets
PORTLAND DAIRY
By United Press
Egg prices were up a cent to
day. Eggs To retailers: Grade A A
large, 49-50c doz; A largo, 4S-49c
doz; AA medium, 48-49c; me
dium, 47-48c; small, 42-44c doz;
cartons, l-3c additional.
Butter To retailers: AA grade
prints, 66c lb; cartons 67c; A
prints, 66c; cartons, 67c; B prints,
64c.
Cheese To retailers: A grade
chcddar, Oregon singles, 42Va-
451ic; 5-lb. loaves, 46',a - 49Vic.
Processed American cheese, 5-lb.
loaf, 39H-41C lb.
PROTLAND IJVESTOCK
By United Press
The hog market closed lower
this week.
Cattle for week' 2915; market
uneven, fed steers 25 - 50c lower;
heifers mostly steady; cows strong
to 50c higher; load choice 1166 lb.
fed steers 23.35; several loads low
choice steers 22.50-23; good mostly
20.50-22; canner-cutter cows 9.50-
11; utility 12-13.50; commercial 11-
15; utility-commercial bulls 13.50-
15.50.
Calves for week 275; market
steady; goodchoice vealers 25-30;
utility - commercial 14 - 21, culls
down to 10 and under.
Hogs for week 1660; market
25-50c lower; choice 1-2 butchers
19 - 19.50; choice sows late 14.50
15.50. Sheep for week 585; slaughter
lambs strong to 50c higher, feeders
steady, ewes 50c higher; choice
with few prime wooled lambs
mostly 21.50; good-choice 19.50-21;
ewes 7.50-8.50 for good-choice.
POTATO MARKET
PORTLAND (UP) 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 Ins. 1.25-1.35
a 50 lb. sack; Idaho bales -10 lbs.
4.7; Calif. Long Whites No. 1
5.50-6.
attend.
A rummage sale sponsored by
the St. Francis Mothers' club,
which opened today in the Burieh
building on Minnesota avenue, will
continue Saturday, from 9:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
Mrs. R. E. Moe, manager of the
Terminal hotel, plans to leave to
night on a vacation trip to Albu
querque, N. M. She plans to be
away for a month. In her absence,
Mrs. Esther McKenzie will be in
charge of the hotel.
Marvin L. Hamlin. hosDitalman.
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Hamlin, Prineville, has completed
course of Instruction and re
ceived a hospital corps certificate
at the U.S. naval hospital school
at Great Lakes, ni.
motorcycle entnusiasts are In
vited to attend a film showing
Monday, March 7, at 7 p.m. at
the courthouse. The program is
provided free of charge by the Un
derbill Motorcycle Co., as a public
service, hveryone interested is
welcome to attend, Underhill said.
Two or three hours of films on
motorcycles have been obtained
for this event.
Mrs. Sims Wilson has returned"
from San Francisco, where she
was a partner in an advertising
business. Her husband is local
manager for Portland Loan Co.
Gail C. Baker of the Deschutes
National forest headquarters staff
in Bend will leave for Carson
Wash., this weekend to attend a
fire control conference that will
start Monday and last through the
week. The conference will be held
at the Wind River station.
Bend Rim Rock Riders will hold
their regular business meeting
Monday, March 7, at 8 p.m. in
their new club quarters in the
Glen Vista district. Officers re
quested that all members attend.
Herbet L. Coffman, a member
of the state engineer's staff in Sa
lem, was in Bend earlier this week
to visit his mother, Mrs. Eva M.
Sanders, 232 Florida.
Rotary Anns will meet Monday,
March 7, at 8 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Rex Thomas, 710 Federal
street.
Marshall Fix of Bend has been
named manager of the Copeland
Lumber yard in Redmond and
took over his new work this week
He fills the vacancy created by
the transfer of Kenneth Vadnais
to Portland. Fix served as assis
tant manager in the Bend Cope-
land plant for the past five years.
Mi's. Fix has been employed m
the law offices of DeArmond,
Goodrich, Foley and Gray.
Stratton Rites
Set for Monday
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Funeral services
for Larry Eugene Stratton, 16, of
Sisters, will be held Monday at 2
p.m. from Community Presbyte
rian church here, with Rev. Rob
ert E. Williams officiating. Burial
is to be In Pilot Butte cemetery
in Bend.
The youth was born in Astoria
Feb. 13, 1939 and had lived in
Sisters since June, 1954. He was
a sophomore at Sisters high
school. Survivors are his mother,
Mrs. Charles Helms In Sisters, his
father Steve Stratton of Tillamook,
a brother Richard Frank Stratton,
18, in Sisters, brothers Royal Lee
Stratton, 19, and Steve Eldon
Stratton, 13, in Sandy, a step-sis
ter, Gwendolyn Jean Helms, 8,
and step-father, Charles Helms in
Sisters.
Larry died suddenly Wednesday
afternoon in Central Oregon Dis
trict hospital where he had been
admitted Tuesday evening after
examination in a local physician's
office. His death, on post - mortem
examination, was attributed to
hemorrhage caused by rupture of
the aorta.
Sunday School
Contest Planned
Water Delivery
To Be Earlier
Special to The Bulletin
MADRAS The North Unit Irri
gallon district will receive water
earlier than the normal April 1
turn on date this year, Carlos
Randolph, manager of the Des
chutes Irrigation project, stated
today.
Employes are aiming at March
15, depending on weather between
now and that date, and progress
of maintenance work, including re
moval of weeds and silt from lat
erals and drainage ditches, which
has been slowed by unsatisfactory
weather.
"Plans are now under way to
make ready for early delivery of
Irrigation water," Randolph ex
plained. "Water delivered prior to
April 1 will not count against the
minimum water allotted to each
acre on the project."
Water users were urged by
the district management to assist
by burning weeds, removing
fences, machinery and other ob
jects from surface drainage
ditches:
Weather has continued dry here
with only .traces of rain and snow
during February. March 1, .04 Inch
of rain was recorded. In January,
25 inch of rain and two inches of
snow fell.
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Redmond Hospital
Special (o The Bulletin
REDMOND Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Holmes of Redmond are par
ents of a daughter, named Debra
Lynn, born Wednesday night at
Central Oregon district hospital.
Mrs. Carrie E. Way, Redmond,
was admitted Wednesday night,
the following on Thursday: Pat-
trick MacLaughlin and Scrib Mey.
ers, Redmond; Mrs. Dorothy Ike,
Warm Springs; Mi's. Jessie Tel
ford, Bend. Three out - patients
were treated.
Discharged Thursday: T. C.
Daly and Nancy Kay Freilinger, 4
Bend ; Ronnie Chestnut, 10 months,
Madras; Miss Ruth Killingbeck,
Route 1, Madras; Ralph Cook,
Redmond; and from maternity
floor Mrs. Gail Sigmund,' Red
mond, and baby Jennifer Gay.
General
WATER
HEATER
A ten-week Sunday school con
test with a "carnival" theme will
start Sunday, March 6, at First
Christian church. Awards in the
form of "$1000 bills" will be given
pupils for Sunday school attend
ance and for such things as at
tending church, bringing a Bible to
Sunday school, and bringing visitors.
At the close of the contest, a
carnival" will be held, with only
the award "money" good for the
various concessions and refresh
ments.
The School of Missions will con
tinue at the church this Sunday
night, from 6:15 to 8 p.m. Attend
ance has been very good, it was
reported by Rev. H. Cecil Bever.
Instructors include Mrs. John Mel-
lott, Mrs. Leslie Kribs, Mrs. A. L.
Stearns, Mrs. David Whisler and
Mrs. H. Cecil Bever. The devotions
theme from 7:30 to 8 p.m. will be,
"Others."
At the morning worship hour the
minister will speak on the theme,
"The Church Is Right."
Elks to Initiate
Corvallis Class
Elks of Bend will go to Corval
lis next Thursday afternoon to ini
tiate a class of some 30 members,
and Kenneth C. Cale, exalted rul
er of the Bend lodge, promises
something special for one of the
Corvallis initiates.
That initiate is his brother, Rob
ert M. Cale, of Corvallis.
The local Elks will make the
trip over the Cascades by char
tered bus and will leave here at
2 p.m. Thursday. The group will
return that night.
Earlier this week. 35 members
of the Bend lodge made the trip
to Lakeview, by bus, to join the
Lake county lodKemen in a dinner
and remain for the lodge meeting.
Spud Shipment
Report Issued
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND The Federal Ship
piny Point Inspection Service rec
ords for last month show that to
tal shipments of potatoes out of
! Central Oregon to date exceed
those of last year at this point by
about 900 cars.
In February 681 360 cwt. cars
loft the area, 363 by rail and 318
by truck, with total shipments to
March 1, 1955 4,638 cars.
Last year the February exports
wore 660 cars, 358 by rail an 302
by cars, bringing the March 1,
1954 total to 3,760 cars.
Court Reviews
County Business
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE A low bid of
$87.76 for the bonding of Joe
Stahancyk Sr., newly elected
Crook County fair-board member,
was submitted at the monthly ses
sion of the Crook county court. A
dance-hall license was granted to
the Lookout Mt. Grange, and court
members approved the petition of
residents along Locust street for
curbing and paving. The street is
half in and half out of the city so
work will not actually start, until
the city council approves the peti
tion also. A $1500 time deposit
from the Library building fund
was made at the First National
Bank of Portland, Prineville
branch.
Various subjects were discussed
at length and tabled pending fur
ther investigation. Among them
were the upkeep and repair on the
airport, proposed mosquito control
program, and the granting of coun
ty land for the purpose of build
ing the new City Hall.
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Bend Hospital
The following are new patients
at St. Charles Memorial hospital
Mrs. Frank Rces, Madras; Mer
rie Jill Coyner, 10, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Coyner,
717 Georgia ; Leo Carter, 1454 Dav
enport; Guy McLaughlin, Brooks-
Scanlon camp, Sisters.
Park Flemming, Bend, was dis-
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GETS JET WINGS The sil
ver wings of a jet pilot were
presented recently to 2nd Lt.
Lemuel C. Foster, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald C. Foster, of
Bend. The presentation took
place at. Williams Air Force
base, Chandler, Ariz. The
graduating class was com-'
posed of student pilots from
all over the United States and
several Danish cadets. Preced
ing the ceremonies flight line
exercises were held in honor
of the new pilots. A formal
review of 700 aviation cadets
and airmen, accompanied by
a flyover of jet trainers,
passed in tribute to the grad
uates. (Air Force Photo for
The Bulletin)
Lawn Cemetery
Proposal Not
City-Sponsored
City Manager Walter T. Thomp
son disclaimed city sponsorship of
the lawn - cemetery proposed for
development north of town off the
Bend-Redmond highway by Des
chutes Memorial Gardens, Inc.
He told city commissioners Wed
nesday that he has received a
number of queries from residents
wanting to know the city's part In
the cemetery project.
Thompson said neither he nor
the city "has any connection with
the sale of lots in the new ceme
tery,"
THEFT REPORTED
Theft of a gasoline tank from a
Bend-Portland Service truck was
reported by officials of the trans
port firm yesterday. They told po
lice the truck was parked in a lot
near the firm's office, 101 E,
Greenwood.
8IIOOT PLANNED
Siieclal to The Bulletin.
MADRAS The Oregon Journal
Telegraph shoot will begin at the
Jefferson county Rod and Gun
club, Sunday at 10 a.m., under
sponsorship of the club, and will
last for eight weeks, according to
Glenn P. Horn, secretary. The
shoot will be open to the public.
MEETING SET
SpecliU to The Bulletin
MADRAS An organizational
meeting of Jefferson county 4-H
club junior leaders' association is
slated for 8 p.m., Monday in the
McCaulou building conference
room. All eligible, being over
14 years old, and with two years
of youth work, are Invited to at
tend, Jay Binder, extension agent,
said.
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Prineville Student
First in Contest
Sprr.inl to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE Mary Harris,
CCHS sludent, won a first prize of
a $50 scholarship as the most val
uable student award presented by
the local chapter of the BPOE,
whose jurisdiction covers Mitchell,
Madras, Culver, and Prineville.
Jarold Ramsey of Madras placed
2nd for a $35 prize; Ray Thomp
son of Prineville won the $25 third
nrize, and Colleen Meacham of
Madras placed fourth for the $10
prize.
First and second place winners
will travel to Bend to compete in
the district finals this Sunday for
a $50 scholarship to each hoy and
each fcirl placing first. District
winners will enter the state Elks
contest for a $600 prize for each
boy and each girl, and state win
ners will compete for a national
prize of a $400 scholarship.
Judqing in the contest is based
on scholarship, extra - curricular
activities, personality and leader
shin; perserverance and resource
fulness; citizenship; and need.
Mrs. Mae Sutton
Dies at Redmond
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Mrs. Mae Eliza
beth Sutton, 51, died Thursday aft
ernoon shortly after being stricken.
The Redmond ambulance had been
summoned by her physician to
take her to the hospital, but she
died at her home at Route 1, Box
250, Redmond.
She leaves her husband, Merritt
Sutton, a daughter and son in Red
mond, Mrs. Mary Lou Addington
and Clifford Sutton, daughter Mrs.
Patricia Ann Miller of Crabtree,
Ore., step-daughter Mrs. Eliza
beth Conover, Independence, one
grandchild and three step-grandchildren.
Mrs. Sutton was born January,
2, 1904 in Kalispell, Mont. Funeral
plans are incomplete. Zacher mor
tuary is handling arrangements.
Progress Made,
Turner Reports
"Excellent progress" was made
in February toward providing ad
ditional child guidance services in
Central Oregon, City Youth Coun
selor George J.. Turner said in his
monthly report to the city com
mission. Turner said Indications of sup
port for providing additional serv
ices were forthcoming from a
number of organizations and agen
cies. The report was submitted
Wednesday evening.
Turner is head of the Tri-Coun-ty
Mental Health committee spear
heading a program for increased
guidance facilities in the area
Turner further reported that
eight youths were referred to Ju
venile court during the month.
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There's new extra
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even in big timber. And the
new 4-30A has all the
McCulloch professional
quality features like floatless
carburetor for full-power
sawing in any position,
automatic clutch, automatic
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Six models available.
Blades from 14 to 36". '
Teacher Gets
Full-Time Post
Special to The Bulletin
MADRAS Miss Esther May,
instructor at Madras grade school
for the past six years, will serve
as full time remedial teacher,
Gerald Newton, grade school su
nerintendent, has announced.
The remedial program is ae
signed to help youngsters who
have not acquired the necessary
skills of reading for their grade
level. Children from the fourth
to the eighth grades will be in
cluded. Remedial reading will be
stressed, but arithmetic, spelling,
and phonetics will be included in
the instructor s work. Trio pro
gram is not intended as a panacea
for educational reading" ills, and
magical results are not promised,
Newton stated.
The new position in no way
takes the place of the special ed
ucation teacher program presently
being contemplated by Jefferson
county schools.
Book Manuscript
Reported Stolen
A small leather satchel contain
ing a SOO-page manuscript for a
book was reported stolen yester
day from Mrs. W. E. Gore, 1533 W.
8th.
She told police the satchel was
taken from her car parked on Wall
street. Also in the satchel, she
said, was a copy of the book "The
Modoc Indian Wars.
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