The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, July 18, 1955, Page 5, Image 5

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The Bend Bulletin, Monday, July 18, 1955
Here and There
Mrs. Barbara Steinhauser, 472
State street, returned to Bend yes
terday after taking a course at
the California Arts and Crafts Col
lege in Oakland, Calif., on a sum
mer scholarship. She studied under
the tutorship of Henry Koerner, fa
mous realist artist, and .Trudy
Craumanpre, nationally known
weaving expert.
Past Noble Grands club of the
Bend Rebekah lodge will meet in
Pioneer park Tuesday for a t
o'clock potluck luncheon. Members
arc asked to bring their own table
service and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Moran Baker, 1214
Union avenue, are parents of a boy
born Saturday at St. Charles Me
morial hospital. The baby weighed
7 pounds, 7 ounces, and has been
named Randy James.
Earlene Cornett and Janet Dun
can returned Saturday after spend
ing the week at the Conservative
Baptist summer camp at Silver
Creek Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Brooks
and family returned this past week
from a vacation trip to Hawaii.
Mrs. D. B. Stuart, Portland, is
visiting here with Dr. and Mrs.
J, -C. Vandevert.
Myrl P. Hoover was a visitor
here yesterday from his home in
Los Altos, Calif. Also here for the
pioneers' reunion yesterday was
his sister, Mrs. Mildred Kuhl, of
Hood River.
A daughter, Donna June, was
born Sunday at St. Charles Memo
rial hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lew
is Sears, 187 E. Franklin avenue.
The baby weighed 6 pounds, 10
Mrs. Lily Green of Oregon City
is here to spend the week visiting
Mr. and Mi's. Homer Damon and
son, Alan, 668 E. Revere avenue.
Mrs. Green is Mrs. Damon's
Mr. and Mi's. Harold Isaacson,
Prineviile, are parents of a boy
born Sunday at St. Charles Memo
rial hospital. The baby weighed 7
pounds, 5 ounces, and has been
named David Moore. I
Mrs. William Harris and two
Printing Company
For Values in Trinlinfr
Our Representative Wi'l Call
A" Standard Business
jt Wedding Invitations
-ja; Manifold Forms
fc- Matched Stationery
736 Wall St.
Across from the Post Office
Beno, Oregon
daughters are here from La
Grande to spend the week with
Mrs. Harris's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Larson, in Blakley
Mrs. Minnie Murphy, 11&4 Roo
sevelt avenue, is visiting with rel
atives in Camas, Wash.
Airs. J. W. Taylor, a resident of
Bend while her husband was sta
tioned here as construction engi
neer for the U.S. Bureau of Rec
lamation on the Deschutes pro joe,
is here from Boise visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pringlo,
Portland, early - day residents of
Bend, were among former resi
dents here Sunday for the Dei
chutes Pioneers' picnic.
A boy, weighing 6 pounds, 15
ounces, was born Sunday at St
Charles Memorial hospital to Mr.
md Mrs. Lawrence Stone, Route
1 The baby has been named Ran
dy Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fulton and
sons, Clark and Gregory, 613 Roo
sevelt avenue, left this mornin;;
for Portland, where Mrs. Fulton
and the boys will board a train
tomorrow for Frannie, Wyo., to
spend a month visiting Mrs. Ful
ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Clark. In Portland they will
visit Fulton's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fulton.
Jenny Lynn is the name selected
by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dunn,
Warm Springs, for their daughter,
born July 16 at St. Charles Memo
rial hospital. The baby weighed 6
pounds, 15 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald P. Shults
and daughter, Dawn, were here
this past weekend from Portland.
They visited Mr. and Mrs. C. V.
'Mr. and Mrs. James Reed uf
Culver were among Jefferson
county residents in Bend yesterday
afternoon for the reunion of the
Deschutes pioneers.
Emery C. Gardner, fire control
man third class, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Gardner. Prine
ville, is aboard the battleship USS
Iowa and is participating in a mid
shipman training cruise this sum
mer in European waters.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Thompson
returned yesterday from a vaca-,
tion trip to western Canada, driv-1
ing as far north as Victoria.
22 Persons Die
In Chicago Crash
CHICAGO (UP) A coroner's
jury today investigated an appar
ently norma! instrument landing
of a Braniff Airways Convair
plane that crashed Sunday an.
killed 22 persons and injured 2L
It was one of Chicago's wors!
plane crashes.
The two-engined airliner roam'
out of a fogged ami smoke-haz
sky on a flight that started at Dal
as, Tex., and clipped a filling sta
tion electric sign. The impact shot
the plane into a street bordering
Midway Airport, through a fenc
and sent it bouncing in pieces hit'
the airport. The wreckage cauglv
fire, but flames were put ou
-juickly which saved many fron
There was no indication of an,
trouble prior to the crash. Pre
liminary investigations showed th'
plane was making a normal instru
ment landing according to sched
The inquest to investigate tlv
crash was called by Cook Count.1'
Coroner Walter J. McCarron for
All 'but one of the dead and in
jured was aboard the phnn. Tlv
exception is Mrs. Sara KM is. 39
Chicago, who was thrown from up
automobile by the force of the
crash as the vehicle waited in the
street for a traffic light; She was
treated for cuts and bruises in r
John S. Ward
Dies in Seattle
John S. Ward, 70. northwest en
ejneer and builder who as a young
man in 11110 assisted tile late Rob
ert B. Gould in the survey o(
townsites that are now parts ot
Bend,' dird Sunday eveninR in Se
attic, Wash., victim of a heart at
He was the brother of Elmer
V. Ward, Bend, and was the build
er of many northwest structures.
including Bonneville and The
Dalles dam power houses, in as
sociation with other contractors;
the Pasco bridce, the Clarkston
Lewiston span, the Bonners Ferry
bridge, the Deception pass bridges
and. among others, power houses
in the Seattle area.
Through the years, Mr. Ward, a
native of LeCenter, Wash., and a
graduate from the University of
Washington, was a frequent visi
tor in Bend. Two daughters, Mrs.
Alton Phillips, of the Seattle area,
and Mrs. Robert Austin. The
Dalles, survive, as do seven grand
! Mr. and Mrs. Flmcr Ward left
for Seattle early Sunday morning
1'lltKMF.X C.M.I.K.I) OI T
The Bend Fire Department was
called out Sunday at 8:20 a.m. to
extinguish fire in the Brooks-Scan-
Ion cinder pile, in the 800 block on
Arizona avenue. There was no
The Erie Canal was opi ned in
Redmond Hospital
SK'rinl to Till! Bulletin
REDMOND Mrs. Arthur V. Ste
vens, Rt. 1, Culver, entered Central
Oregon district hospital Friday
night. Miss Evelyn .lossy, Port
land, and David Ivcrson, Red
mond, entered Saturday. One out
patient was treated. Albert Mc-
Pheeters. Route 1, Culver and Mrs.
W. L. Pierce, Redmond, were ad
mitted Sunday.
Discharged Saturday: Rodney
Sullcns, 2, Glen Fortenberry and
Robert Nimmo. Terrebonne: Al
bert Nimitz, Mrs. O. C. Hedge
peth, Route 1, both Madras; Les
lie Richards, 10, Route 1, and
George Heinze, Redmond; and
from maternity floor Mrs. James
Klann, Route 1, Madras, and son
Darrell Craig.
Mrs. Harry Sala, Redmond, was
discharged Sunday.
Bend Music Says,
We Are . . .
On Musical Instruments
On All Instruments
Seven Days Only July 18 thru 25
Accordions Guitars
Pianos . Amplifiers
Organs Band Instruments
Our Students Will Receive Their Regular
Lesson Credit Towards Any Purchase
114 Minn. We Give S & H Green Stamps Ph. 712
By rnlted Pn-sH
Hog prices were down today.
Cattle 2150: holdover 235: mar
ket uneven; fed steers and heif
ers active, steady: few early sales
cows steady with late last week;
hut most bids 25-SOc or more low
er: load average choice 1071 'lb.
steers 24.25; load choice 975 lb.
24; scattered loads mixed good-
choice steers 22.50-23.50: load
mostly choice around 1200 lb. 23.-
50; few commercial steers 18-211
few good 830 lb. feeder steers 18.
50; part load good-choice fed heif
ers 21.50: load held higher; few
utility dairy type heifers 42-14:
earlv sales canner - cutter cows
mostly 8.50-10: few beef type 10.50:
utility cows 11-13; few commercial
cows 14.25-1 4.50; utility-commercial
bulls 14-15.50, some held higher.
Calves 300; market slow, f e w
early sales steady with late last
week; good-choice vealers 19-21,
few held higher; utility- com
mercial 12-18.
Hogs 750; market amund 1.00
lower; U. S. 1 and 2 butchers 1X0
235 lb. 21-21.50: No. 3-lots 20-20.50;
heavier and lighter weights 18.50
19.50. Sows nearly steady with
choice 320-600 lb. 12-14.50; lighter
to 16.50.
Sheep 3500: market not fully es
tablished; demand narrow; few
sales about steady with late last
week or fully 2.00 below week Hgo;
sizeahle lot choice with some prime
89 lb. spring lambs 1R50; most
I Dins is nown on giKxi-uiiout. nun.
few good - choice leener lainns
around 50c lower at 15. No early
sale's yearlings: few good ewes
weak to 50c lower nt 3.00.
Noah A. Clark
Dies at Age 86
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Noah Albert Clark,
86, a Central Oregon resident for
more than 20 years, died Sunday
at Sunset Home, where he had
boon a patient for the past seven
months. He farmed in the Torre-:
tnne community from 19.H to
1938, when he retired and moved
to Redmond. He was a member of
the Terrebonne Grange.
Mr. Clark was born Aur. 2, 18t'S.
n Newton, 111. He is survived by
lis wife. Leona, of 135 S. 5th st.,
Redmond; two duhters, Mrs. B.
Allen, Redmond, and Mrs. Leo
nard Scott, Emmett, Ida.; a son,
Barton E. Clark, Ileppner, and
'hree grandchildren. There are two
half-sisters, Miss Olive Clark and
Mrs. Bertha Strole. in Newton.
The funeral is tentatively sched
ilcd for Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Sewing Course
Starts Tuesday
The first mooting of the sewing
class offered through the voration
il division of Central Oreqon Col
lege will be he'd Tuesday nt 1
n.m. in room 326 of Bend Hitrh
school. Instructor will he Mrs. Kv-
lyn Pence, who recently took a
course in the Bishop method of
sowing. Some of the techniques of
the Bishop method will be ex
plained in this course.
Timff for future class meetings
will be decided at the first meet
ing. There will be 30 hours of in
struction and thn class fee will be
$7. At least ten persons must, be
enrolled if the course is to con
U.S. Geftmg
Too Nosey?
Commission task force said today
the country could save millions of
dollars and a vast amount of wear
and tear and time if Uncle Sam
would stop asking businessmen
and farmers so many questions.
As of now the government makes
4700 reporting demands of indus
try. Cut out or simplify just 25 of
them, the task force told congress
and savings would amount to 100
million dollai-s a year tor industry
and government.
Mountains of information deman
ded by the government never is
used for anything, the task force
reported, and some of the ques
tionssuch as how many chickens
will you sell next year? just can t
be answered.
Nearly one million reports are
sent to the government everv year
reporting, the task force said, that
the reporter has nothing to report.
Besides saving everybody s mon
ey, tlte report added, a drastic
slash in the "wilderness of re
ports, forms, nnd questionnaires
would be a welcome relief to the
persons who have to cope witli
them. ..
Rivers Services I
Held Saturday j
Funeral services were held Sat
urday ufternoon at the Niswonger
Wiiislow chapel for Mrs. Victoria
Rivers, 90, who died July 13 at
Sunset Hume. She was born in
Georgetown, Maine, and had been
Bend resident 18 years, malting
ner home at 1325 federal street.
Jehovah's Witnesses had charge
of the funeral, with II. E. Seelen
of Silverton officiating. Pallbear
ers were Alvin C. Swim, Grant M.
Davis, Atlee Huwes, Richard L.
Brown, W. L. Jacksoa and Ken
neth Thompson.
Mrs. Rivers' husband died IS
years ago. Her only local suvivor
is a nephew, Frank Rogers. She
leaves a sister in New England,
and two nieces In the Northwest.
Burial was in Pilot Butto ceme
New Yorkers
Visit Prineviile
Special In The Bulletin
PRINEV1IXE Three couples
from New York City were vaca
tion visitors in Prineviile diirin?
the past week. They were Mr. arid
Mrs. Sidney Kulick, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Fcldman and Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Rosenberg. Kulick, is pres
ident of Consolidated Pine, a local
lumber firm.
Mr. and Mrs. Kulick and Mr.
nd Mrs. Rosenberg left Friday
morning for Sun Valley and plan
to return to Prineviile for a few
days in late July. Mr. and Mrs.
Feldman returned to New York
City Friday morning.
fly I'nllwl I'ri'SH
Prims were unchanged today.
Eggs: To retailers: Grade A
'arge 50c do.; A l;trg iiL'-Mc; AA
medium, Ttf-.Yir; A medium. VJ'i -
AA gradf
lr; A
B print
Ho; A sni.iH, .'tX: dny
l-.V additional.
Butter To retailors
prints, d'ye lb; carton
prints, 6.x'; cartons,
Choesp To relaiN-rs: A cv-'idr
cheddar, Oreuon strides, (-" j-l-'i1--Mb.
loaves, tfi'j-llt'jc. Proressc'
American cheese, 5 H. loaf, 33V
19' 2r lb.
PORTLAND CPi Potatfws:
N"w crop Calif. I-ong Whiles 10f
lb. No. Is 3 -2' 10; special marks
1-1 r..
Bend Hospifal
The following patients were ad
mitted to St. Charles Memorial
hospital Sunday: Mrs. Etta Rip
ley, ji'i, Delaware avenue: E. L.
Rose, 518 Florida avenue: Kellie
Harding, infant daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Thomas Harding, Route
3; Mrs. Murray E. Collins, Rnejih
3: Kenneth Blaisdell, 6, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Blaisdell, 756 N.
Flm. prineviile. Richard Petrie.
1314 Union avenue, was admitted
William Howard. 1354 Ithaca.
was admitted Saturday and dis
missed Sunday. Also dismissed
this past weekend: Mrs. Marion
Smith, William Pyatl, Trina Riz
zitto, Harold Roid, Albert Mills,
Mrs. Nicholas Paul. Ted Shoon.
John Weaser. George Thompson
and Mrs. Mary Hatchings, all
Bend: Lamas Coleman, White Sal
mon, Wash.; Lola Corking, Silver
Mrs. Lewis Sears, 1S7 E. Frank
lin avenue, and infant son, were
dismissed yesterday from the ma
ternity lloor.
More volunteer workers, especi
lly for daytime and week end
duty, are needed at the Air De
fense filter center in Bend, Mrs.
Charles B. Hinds, Jr., civilian ad
ministrator, reported today.
New basic classes will start to
morrow, and will be held on rues
day, Wednesday, Thursday and
Bend Man Back
From Funeral
George W. Raycraft, city build
ing inspector, returned last niht
from Seattle, where last Thurs
day he attended the funeral of his
brother, A. T. Raycraft of that
city. The Washington man died
July 10, just a week before his 79th
birthday anniversary. Ho was a
native of Nebraska, and in 1914
was a local resident, and was em
ployed at the Bend Hardware. He
had visited in Bend on several oc
casions since than.
In addition to his brother in
Bend, Mr. Raycraft leaves anoth
er brother, Charles, in Seattle, and
a sister, Mrs. Ella Clark, San
Francisco. He was not married.
A It RESTS MA 1)10
Bend police made three traffic
and one drunk arrests over the
They are: Thomas Adams, 21,
57 Sulivan Place, for driving with
out operator's license on person:
Gordon Fromon Schosson, 47, 24
W. Railroad street, for reckless
driving; Leon Joseph Garrett, 48,
Portland, for failure to stop at ti
stop sign; and Frank Demick, 43,
9J4 Hammnn street, for intoxica
tion on a public street.
Hunting dogs reach their ncak
when five yrnrs old.
Cleaner Sales & Service
More Volunteer Workers Needed
Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. and from
7 to 9:30 p.m. daily. Volunteers
will require only one class daily,
Persons Interested In volunteer
lng for Air Defense service are In
vited by Mrs. Hinds to attend the
scheduled basic training meeting,
or telephone her at 2310.
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THIGH HIGH Tradition says
corn should be knee-high by
the Fourth of July, but on this
Westville, Ind., farm it's 'way
above that, as demonstrated by
ncbelte Cazelais, a Valparaiso,
Ind., University student. Plenty
of hot weather and ample Vain
sped the early growth of crops
thi- season.
Three traffic cases wen' lirouuhl
up at the Justice Coml Saturday.
Alba Hurry Ithoarls. llftl Co
lumbia street, was fined SlTiO for
ilrivin while under the inlllienc;'
of intoxicating liquor, ilarnld Vin
cent (Jassner. ISI CiimlH'llancI
street, and Andrew I'hil HrrKcrl.
Knrt Itock. were fined 510 nnd
S!l.rI for defective muffle!1 and in
adeqtiale brakes respectively.
i'.ov Jennm::-:. Pas'-'). Wash .
forfeited his $10 hail, lie was
charged with ilriviiis a vehicle
without a head, tail and herns'
plate lights.
There are an estimated rfa.fKK),
nno telephones in the world of
which 5.600,000 are in the United
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