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The Bend Bulletin. Tuesday, March 22, 1955
Here and There
Mr. and Mrs. Stove Slavkorsky. scr. relumed to her home here
403 E. Franklin avenue, are par
ents oi a Doy corn (his morning
at St. Charles Memorial hospital.
The baby weighed 8 pounds, one
ounce, and has been named Rich
ard Andrew.
Mrs. Arthur Faria is in Los An
geles this week on business. Her
health center will be open next
week as usual.
There will be a meeting of the
SOS club Wednesday afternoon at
2 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. M.
J. Schneider, 1645 Galveston.
Miss Shirley Porter is. one of a
laj'ge class of student nurses at
Providence hospital, Portland, who
will receive their caps in exercises
to be held Sunday, March 27, at
2 p.m. at the nursing school, 621
N. E. 49th avenue. Miss Porter is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Porter, 1028 W. Elm, Redmond.
Dr. F. A. Lieuallen, Bend, who
recently underwent surgery at a
hospital at Newport Beach, Calif,,
is now convalescing in Laguna
Beach, where he and Mrs. Leiu-
allon are spending the winter
Their daughter, Barbara Steinhau-
Markets
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK
By United Press
Trading in hogs was active today.
Cattle 150; market moderately
active on most classes but canner
cows slow; early sales about
steady; one lot good 1250 lb. fed
steers 21.50; good - choice steers
Monday 21-21; good heifers 20-21;
few canner-culter cows today 9-
10.50; odd head 11; shells down to
7 and below; utility cows 12-13.50;
utility-commercial bulls sleay at
15-17.50.
Calves 25; scattered sales
steady; few good vealers 23-25;
choice to 28 or alove; utility veal
erls 14-16.50; culls down to 10.
Hogs 200; market active, strong:
early top 10c higher; choice 1-2
butchers 180-235 lb. mostly 13-19.25:
one lot 19.35; choice 3 lots down
to 18.50; choice 400-530 lb. sows
14.25-15.50.
Sheep 100; limited early supply
sold steady considering quality;
one lot good 9 lb. wooled Iambs
21; 82 lb. utility lambs 17; choice
lambs around 22-22.25; few light
cull ewes 5, choice quotable to 9.
POTATO MAKKKT
PORTLAND (UPI Oregon Rus-
sets 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 3-49c: No. 2
0 lbs. 1.40-1.0 a 50 lb. stick with
some to 1.50; Idaho hales:5-ll) lbs:
1.75.
PORTLAND DAIRY
Ity United Press
Prices were unchanged today.
Kgs S To retailers: Grade AA
large. 52c doz; A large, 50-51c doz;
AA medium, 48-lfle; A small. 41
45c doz; cartons l-3c additional.
Butler To retailers: AA grade
prints, Gtic lb; cartons 67c; A
prints, 66c; cartons, 67c; B prints,
01e.
'Cheese To retailers: A grade
eh"ddur. Oregon singles, 42'2-45'iic
Kenneth Purkey
Wins 3rd Place
In FFA Contest
Kenneth Purkey of the Future
Farmers of America, Bend chap
ter, won third place on his project
book in statewide competition at
the 27th annual Oregon FFA con
vention held at Central Point in
the week of the spring vacation.
- Kenneth's beginning completed
project book won first in district
jomietition and was selected over
.he advanced completed book of
Jruce Vandergaw of Lakeview for
the district's entry in the state con
test. Ten districts were represent
ed in the finals.
Kenneth, Jan Ward and Bill
Boyd were official delegates from
the Bend FFA Chapter to the con
tention and were accompanied by
their instructor, Charles L. Beck
icy. Jun served on the important
star farmer of Oregon committee
at the convention. The star farmer
of Oregon is selected each year
from the top boys among those
that were awarded the state farm
er degree, a degree limited to ;
per cent of the state membership
On th way home from the con
vention, a stop was made at tnc
J. H. Rogers swine farm and Jan
purchased two registered Hamp
shire weanling boars. As soon as
they reach the age at which it will
be easier to select the one with
land, spent the weekend in Bend!tllc iesl type, one will be picked
wun me gins parents, Air. ana
this past weekend. She and her
brother, Fred Lieuallen, Prine
ville, made the trip to California
to be with their parents this past
week.
The Bend Business and Profes
sional Women's club will hold a
regular dinner meeting Wednes
day, March 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the
Pine Tavern dining room.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Laursen
of Corvallis and their sons, two-year-old
Timmy and two-week-old
Todd, are spending the week in
Bend with relatives. Mrs. Laursen.
the former Judy Blinn, is the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George
M. Blinn. Laursen is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Laursen. He
is a sophomore in pharmacy at
Oregon State college.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Horstkotte
left Monday morning for their
home in McCloud, Calif., after
spending the weekend in Bend as
guests at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. Vandevert.
Don Denning Jr., whose parents
live at 1175 Harmon, is spending
spring vacation at home. He is a
senior at the University of Oregon
law school.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Firestone
(Jean Raddatz) of Vancouver,
Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Gordon (Helen Raddatz) of Port-
Mrs. John Raddatz, 1004 Newport,
Mrs. Gordon teaches in Portland
The program of three one - act
plays, to be presented by Bend
high school students Friday night jtho 0regon Association of FFA
n me scnooi gymnasium, win i Board o Directors and as district
start at 8:30 p.m., rather than 8ja(lvisol. He be succeeded by
LeRoy Pulham of the Culver FFA
to keep for breeding service for
the Hampshire projects now in the
chapter and the other will be sold
Beckley, Bend chapter advisor,
completed his two years term on
PENNANT WINNER Ken
neth Purkey, Bend FFA mem
ber, was a winner in state
project book competition at
the recent Oregon FFA con
vention at Central Point.
Bend Bulletin Photo)
o'clock as announced earlier.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Stover,
Rocklyn Road, left Saturday on a
month - long vacation trip.
They will go first to Chicago, and
later will journey south to Florida,
to attend the wedding of Miss Sal
ly Paul, April 16 in Madison. The
Stovers will return to Bend in
about a month.
Cascade Covered
By Heavy Storm
The Oregon Cascades today
were in the grip of one of the
heaviest storms of the season
Twelve inches of snow fell on
the Santiam divide in the night
and plows were operating there
this morning. Heavy snow was
was falling when the morning re
port was made, and motorists
were putting on chains.
Heavy snow ras also falling at
Government Camp on the M
Chapter.
Breeders Report
On Two Sires
MADRAS Leo W. Chard, man
ager - technician of the Jefferson
County Dairy Breeders' associa
tion, has announced that the asso
ciation has recently placed two
young sires in service.
"Commander's Favorite Blend,
J-37, is a young bull purchased
from the Victory Jersey farm,
Tulia, Texas, and was sired by
'Signal Commander," a proven
hull with ten daughters averaging
11,013 pounds of milk and 646
pounds of fat with a 709 pound
milk increase and 75 pound fat in
crease over their dams.
The other sire, G-89, 'Far West
Royal Vagabond," is a two year
old Guernsey bull sired by .'Far
t IWest Welcome's Royal," a sire
Hood route, with six inches of new
snow reported and chains re
quired. Three inches of new snow was
reported from the Willamette, di
vide, where heavy, continuous
snow was falling and motorists
were using chains.
A trace of snow' fell in Bend.
PERMIT OBTAINED
A building permit for a resi
dence to cost $6,000 was secured
51b. loaves -ICj-lll'-c. Processed ' at city ball this morning by E. C.
American cheese, 5-lb. loaf, 39'4- Eastman. The new home will be
lie lb. I located at 332 E. Clay
with nine daughters averaging 11,-
539 pounds of milk and 587 pounds
of fat.
We make collision-scarred cars
gleam like new again . . . and you'll
gleam with satisfaction plus when
you see our results! Drive it
in or have us tow it in!
SERVICE & REPAIRS
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
TORS
Bend Hospital
The following are new patients
at St. Charles Memorial hospital
Harry Athon, 225 Scott street
Mrs. Eugene Edlon, Route 1, Ter
rebonne; William Henry Carter,
Ashwood; Melvin Sexton, 1214 E.
Third; Joseph Emery, Route 1.
Bend; William C. Hardy. Tygh
Valley; Mrs. Howard Thorn. 1244
Hartford; Mrs. Charles Wilson.
258 Revere; Mrs. Leon Curtis,
Gilchrist; Blackie Gilbert, Madras.
The following were dismissed:
Walter Thompson. Mrs. John
Loomis and Mrs. Donald Hundley,
all Bend; Guy McLaughlin, Sis
ters.
Aldis G. Brown
Dies at Redmond
REDMOND Aldis Gates Brown,
74, died Tuesday at Central Ore
gon District hospital, where he
had been a patient since Monday.
Mr. Brown was born Dec. 10,
1880, in Greensboro. Vermont. He
had lived in Redmond for 10 years,
afler moving from Powell Butle
where he ranched for many years.
He was recently employed as cus
todian at Redmond Houk Motor
Co.
He is survived by his wife, Ber
tha, 160 Jackson Avenue; a daugh
ter, Mrs. Ralph LaBarge, Port Or
chard, Wash.; three grandchildren
and a sister, Mrs. Frank Stone, of
Colrain, Mass. Mr. Brown was a
member of the Masonic lodge at
Montague, Mass.
Services will be held Thursday
at 2 p.m. at the Zacher mortuary
chapel in Redmond, with burial in
Redmond cemetery. Rev. Byron
Jacohsnn of the Free Methodist
church will officiate.
Madras Court
Has Busy Week
Special to The Bulletin
MADRAS The Madras Munici
pal court has had a busy period
recently, as the 21 cases on the
docket of Judge Joe Palm attest.
Lewis Thomas Barrett, Madras,
reckless driving, guilty, $50 or 25
days, released on own recogni
zance. Jacob Franks, Warm
Springs, drunk in an auto, guilty,
$25 or 12 days, paid fine. Felix
Paul Wallulatum, Warm Springs,
drunk on a public street, guilty,
$25 and six months, time suspend
ed if not in court in six months.
Allen Gilbert, Warm Springs,
drunk in a public place, guilty,
$25 or 12 days, released on own
recognizance. Walter Wainanwit,
Warm Springs, disorderly conduct
guilty, S20 or 10 days in jail, paid
fine.
Albert Warren Comedown,
Warm Springs, reckless driving.
guilty, $50 or 25 days, $25 sus
pended if subject not in court in
six months. John Melzer Movers,
Bend, drunk on a public street
guilty, $20 or $10 days released on
own recognizance.
Amos Queahpama, Warm
Springs, drunk on a public street
guilty, $20 or 10 days, will pay
fine. Richard Hellon, Warm
Springs, drank in an auto, guilty.
$20 or 10 days, released on own
recognizance.
Wilkens Hellon, Warm Springs,
disorderly conduct, guilty,
$20 or 10 days, will pay. Jo e
Queahpama, Warm Springs, no op
erator's license, guilty, $30 or 15
days, paid fine.
William Pern McCorkle, Warm
Springs, drunk on a public street,
guilty, $20 or 10 days, paid fine.
Helen Jack McCorkle, Warm
Springs, drivbig while under the
influence of intoxicating liquor,
guilty, $100 or 50 days, paid tine.
Helen Jack McCorkle, operating a
motor vehicle without an opera
tor's license, guilty, paid $5 fine.
Percy Miller, Warm Springs,
drunk in a public place, guilty,
paid $25 fine. Amiel F. Rhoan,
Warm Springs, drunk in a public
place, $25 bail forfeited. Floyd Mil
ler. Warm Springs, drunk on a
public street, $25 bail forfeit.
Huston Moody, Simnasho, drunk
in a public place, paid $25 on old
fine, and $25 bail on present
charge forfeited. Willard Henry
Gaul, Portland, violation of basic
rule, $10 bail forfeit.
Harold Michael Greene, Warm
Springs, drunk in a public place,
guilty, $25 or 12 days, paid fine.
Jess Howard Williams, Metolius,
drunk and disorderly conduct, guil
ty, $50 or 25 days, paid fine.
Driver Injured
n 97 Accident
Consolidated Freightway's driv
er Donald Riley, Redding, Calif.,
was pamfu'ly injured eurly Sun
day morning when the truck-trail
er combination he was driving
slipped into a ditch and upended
on Highway 97 a mile south of
the Eugene cutoff.
Riley is said to have suffered
severe arm injuries in the accident
that reportedly occurred about
4:15 a.m. He was rushed to S'
Charles hospital here by an am
bulance called from Klamath
Falls.
State police investigating the ac
cident reported the truck and its
two trailer units "angled" from
the highway into a shallow ditch
and overturned.
The driver was found lying a
tew feet behind the tipped load,
His position suggested the possi
bility that one of the trailers might
have skidded across an out
stretched arm, officers reported.
The turek was heading south,
according to state police reports.
This marked the second serious
accident In the Gilchrist - Crescent
area wldiin a 24-hour period. Early
Monday morning a ear carrying
four persons swerved from the
highway north of Gilchrist and
telescoped into a roadside tree,
killing two.
Lawrence Brown, Warm Springs,
was killed outright, and Roy Mea
cham, Chiloquin, died four hours
later In St. Charles hospital. The
two other passengers, Brown's
wife, Linda Rose, and Hie driver.
Marella Craig, Lookout, Calif,
suffered serious injury and are in
the Bend hospital.
Jewell Visits
With Architects
Back from a series of confer
ences in the offices of Annand,
Boone and Lei, architects for Bend
school district's proposed senior
high school and auditorium, City
Superintendent R. E. Jewell is
still of the opinion that final plans
and specifications may be turned
in to the school board before the
end of the month.
The architects, he said Monday
on his return are making every ef
fort to complete this phase of the
work and Jack Annand, head of
the firm, believes that it may be
done by next Monday or Tuesday.
In this event he will bring all
material to Bend in time for a
last of the month special meeting
of the board, at which time it is
entirely possible that a call for
bids will be issued, Jewell said
NEETIXO SCIIKDl'LED
A meeting of the city commis
sion has been scheduled for 4:45
this afternoon to consider amend
ment to a motion authorizing sale
of a city owned lot on S. 3rd. Mo
tion to sell the lot to Lawrence
Clausen for $1800 was approved
by the commission at its last
meeting, March 16.
Bills Reviewed
By Planners
Bills dealing with city and coun
ty planning pending before the
State Legislature were reviewed
by the county planning commis
sion at its monthly meeting last
night in the county building.
A Teport on current planning
statutes was given by Wes Wel
come, member of the commission.
Another member, B. F. Fleck,
reported on zoning activities in
suburban areas near Redmond.
Presiding was Chairman Maur
ice Roberts, Redmond. Next meet
ing of the body is scheduled for
April 18.
Boy Knocked
From Bicycle
A thirteen-year-old Powell Butte
boy was knocked from his bike
by an auto but believed not seri
ously injured in a roadside acci
dent lust evening on the Powell
Butte road.
The boy, Roy Marshall,- son of
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Marshall, was
cycling with his twin brother, Ray,
when struck by a dar driven by
John Milton Lucas, Route 1, Bend.
According to state police who in
vestigated the mishap, Roy had
peddled across the highway as Lu
cas s cur approached. As Lucas
neared, Ray darted across the
roadway.
Lucas swerved to miss Ray and
skidded into the other brother's
bike already across.
The boy was taken to a physi
cian for a check-up, but his injur
ies were said not serious by the
investigating state patrolman.
The accident occurred about five
miles south of the Powell Butte
store.
Doe Announced
For Appearance
Of Shrine Circus
Date for the Shrine circus to
Bend has been set for June 6, ac
cording to reports at city hall.
Scheduling difficulties have
twice shifted the date of the tent
circus, proceeds of which will be
earmarked for the children's hos
pital financed by Shrine clubs.
Originally the circus has been
set for May 28, but the date was
changed to June 4. A further
change was requested by the city
commission because of conflict
with the Rotary Fat Stock show
slated for that same weekend.
Slated to play here is the Ward
Bell circus, noted for its arobatlo
teams. In charge of arrangements
for the local Shrine club is Rod
ney W. Cozad.
Approximately one-third of the
sugar consumed in the world is
produced from sugar beets, and
two thirds from sugar cane.
In financial circles a "tangerine
Isn't likely to be a fruit but is
more likely to be the negotiable
gold certificate issued by Tangier
which circulates throughout
Europe.
MEK1 It's Easy to
Get Pen r.
younger nap, energy in body w.ak, rundown
Juit became tow In iront ountlitions you may
call "old". Fot bulb lent. Try Oatret foe
now, peppy, "yrari yountior" ler-llns, today.
"Get-acquainted" be Sui. At all drusjtiita.
CANCELATION ASKED
Cancellation of a sales contract
is asked in a suit brought in local
circuit court Monday by Miles Fox
against James F. Lungdon. Fox
charges the defendant with de
faulting on payments provided on
a contract negotiated last year for
the purchase of some land. Total
contract sales price Is given in
the complaint as $5,500.
APPLICATION BLANK
5TH ANNUAL HOBBY
HANDCRAFT SHOW
Sponsored by Reid-Thompson PXA. end City Recreation Dept
Thompson School March 26 & 27
Name ,
Address Phone .
I would like to enter the following in the show:
I will need space.
Signed .
Mail to Recreation Dept. City Hall, Bend.
For additional information Phone 1024, Bend.
Alarms Answered
By
Firemen
Bend firemen responded to two
alarms shortly after 11 this morn
ing. Both were flue fires.
The first was at 11:02 a.m. at
829 Columbia, the second at 11:14
a.m. at 1416 Columbia.
Yesterday, the department's two
rural trucks rolled to the home of
Ashley T. Taber in the Arnold
district to extinguish a flue fire.
Two trucks sped at 7:28 p.m. to
a motor court on tho outskirts of
town to check an overheated
stove.
At 8:10 p.m. firemen doused a
fire in en incinerator in a yard
at the intersection of E. Irving and
2nd.
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