The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, February 09, 1962, Page 5, Image 5

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    The Bend Bulletin, Friday,
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Activities tonight include a pub
lic card party at 7 o'clock at the
Golden Age Clubhouse, followed
by dancing, and a meeting of the
LOOM and WOTM building com
mittee at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Wittekind,
1604 W. Second Streot.
Maurict Lewis is the name se
lected by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Kopp, 1923 E. Third Street, for
their son born Tuesday at St.
Charles Memorial Hospital. T h e
baby weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces.
Bend Rebekah lodge will meet
tonight at 8 o'clock at the 1001'
Temple on Franklin Avenue.
LeMans Car Club will hold a
heart fund dance tonight at the
VFW Hall, N. First Street at Re
vere Avenue. Dancing will be
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Camino's
Band will play.
Bend High junior class will hold
a 99-cent car wash Suturday, Feb
ruary 10, at Al's Shell service sta
tion, 1190 Wall Street. Hours will
bo from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with
free pick up and delivery to start
at 8:30 a.m. and continue through
the day. Those wanting delivery
service are to call EV 2-9922. The
class members are sponsoring the
event to raise money for the prom
and other activities.
Batter Splattorors 4-H Club held
a dinner meeting recently at the
home of the leader, Mrs. 0. M.
Panner. Members present were
Marjo and Gayla May, Susan
Sehatz, Kathy Panner, Mechelc
Baker, Betsy Harmon and Bonnie
Backstrom. Rene Panner was a
Circle 4 members, Catholic Al
tar Society, will hold their Valen
tine candy and food sale Saturday
at the American Music Co. on Wall
Street, starting at 9:30 a.m.
Home and School Society mem
bers of the Bend Seventh-Day Ad
ventist Church are to sponsor a
nickel dinner on February 10, at
the Bend Welfare Center, 1422 E.
Third Street. The dinner will be
served from 6:15 to 7 p.m.
Juniper Pairs square dance
for your
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Built-in mixing
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Hangs on the wall;
removable cord makes
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reg. $22.50
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EV 2 5451
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group will moot at 7:15 p.m. at the
FW Hail Saturday, February 10.
Square dancing will be held Sat
urday, February 10, at 8:30 p.m.
in the Itimrockers Hall, Prinevil
le. Women are to take pie for re
freshments. Larry Musgrave will
call. All square dancers are in
vited. A wedding in Lakeview was at
tended this past weekend by Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Harris and tamily
and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harris,
Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. U. C.
Harris, PrineviUe. The bride, the
former Miss Claudia Harris, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lew
Harris of Lakeview.
Bend Alrrusa Club members
will meet for dinner Monday, Feb
ruary 12, at 7 p.m., at the Pine
Knights of Pythias will install
officers at a meeting Monday at 8
p.m., in tile Library Auditorium.
The Conifer Club will meet 8
p.m. Tuesday, February 13, at the
home of Mrs. Harry Little, 147 E.
Hcvcre Avenue. Hostesses will be
Mrs. Kenneth Dykeman, Mrs.
Bernard Duberow and Mrs. Little.
Cook and Chatter 4-H Club met
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. D. D. Slolberg, in LaPine.
Members present were Delia Gor
don, Clara Gordon, Kitty Shields,
Jimia Ferns, Marilyn Day, Linda
Taylor and Judy Gordon, junior
leader. The girls made several
kinds of quick breads. A Valentine
party was planned.
Skyliners ski school will be re
sumed Saturday, February 17. No
classes will be held tomorrow be
cause of the Sun Cup qualifying
race for juniors.
Bend branch members, Ameri
can Association of University
Women, will meet Thursday, Feb
ruary 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. E. A. Moody, 1451 E.
Twelfth Street. The program,
"Consumers' Confusion," will be
presented by Mrs. Thomas Win
bigler, Mrs. Jack Jeffers and Mrs.
Sam Langmas. The nominating
committee will also make its re
port. Serving on the hostess com
mittee are Mrs. Gary Cruikshank,
Mrs. Ed Dealy, Mrs. Jerry Deats,
Mrs. B. C. Fisher, Mrs. Lloyd
Gabriel, Mrs. Claude Graves, Miss
Maren Gribskov and Mrs. Don
Seven tables of bridge were in
play at the Women's Golf Club
card party Wednesday afternoon
a Ihe clubhouse. There was also
one table of pinochle. Prizes for
scoring at bridge went to Mrs.
Arthur Stipe, high; Mrs. James
R.-ir nw. second hu?h. and Mrs. G.
E. Wiley, low. Hostesses were
Mrs. Farlev E iott. Mrs. Everett
Olson and Mrs. Avery Grimslcy.
Geologists hear
N. H. engineer
The Deschutes Geology Club
met Thursday evening at the Bend
City Hall and had a "field trip
at home" into the granite state of
New Hampshire.
Tlio speaker was Lawrence A.
White, state highway resident en
gineer of Lebanon, N IL, now va
cationing in Oregon with his wife.
White gave an interesting talk
about his state while showing col
or slides taken in Use heavily
wooded region around Mt. Wash
ington, New England's highest
New Hampshire and Oregon arc
both crossed by the 45th parallel
half way between the equator
and the North Pole, the speaker
pointed out. However, he said, lo
cal residents who had trouble
with frozen water pipes in the re
cent cold spell should take note
that in New Hampshire, Die
ground freezes each winter to a
depth of five feet.
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Officers take
four to Salem
Four men were delivered by
sheriff's officers to Salem today,
three to serve sentences in the
Oregon State Correctional Institu
tion; one in the State Penitentiary.
They are David Kendrick Scott,
18, brothers Gary Leo Michaels,
21, and John Vernon Michaels, 19,
and Alvia James Lewis, 36.
Two oilier men. Gordon Dec
Metteer and Ray Elwin Marshall,
were placed on probation by Cir
cuit Judge Robert H. Foley. Met
teer had pleaded guilty to a charge
of first degree arson. He was ar
rested following fire at his home
at 975 Taft Avenue December 23.
Marshall was involved in a burg
lary at the Terrebonne School.
The Michaels brothers, who had
pleaded guilty to the Terrebonne
School robbery, were sentenced to
two years each at the correction
al institution. Scott, who admitted
a burglary of the Entrikin build
ing on Greenwood Avenue, waa al
so given two years there.
Lewis was sentenced several
days ago to the penitentiary, on a
forgery count. He had been relum
ed here from Nevada Stale Pri
son, where he served a sentence
for a similar offense.
Scott, the Michaels boys and
Marshall appeared before the
judge Thursday. Metteer was plac
ed on probation Tuesday.
Alford Langevin
dies at age 72
Alford Langevin, 72, died sud
denly this morning at his home on
Smith Road, in the Alfalfa com
munity. A rancher, he had been a
resident of the Alfalfa area for
the past 17 years.
Aside from his wife, Edith, Mr.
Langevin is survived by a son,
Roy Nell, Portland; a daughter,
Dorothy Crawford, Redding,
Calif., and a sister. Rose Stall
man, of Brainerd, Minn.
Mr. Langevin was a native of
Funeral arrangements, not yet
completed, are being made at the
Niswonger & Reynolds chapel.
Blucher rites
held Wednesday
Graveside funeral services for
Charles E. Blucher, 81, were held
Wednesday afternoon in Deschutes
Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Blucher died Saturday
morning. A retired Brooks-Scan
Ion employe, he made his home
at 1145 Roosevelt Avenue. He is
survived by two sons, Charles
"Sam Blucher of Bend and John
Blucher of Portland, and a daugh
ter, Mrs. Ruth Lovelace, Seattle.
He also leaves a sister and three
The Rev. Don Nielsen of Ihe
Redmond Church of God officia
ted. The Niswonger-Reynolds Fun
eral Home was in charge of ar
rangements. Graveside rites
held for infant
Graveside funeral services for
Robert Allen Currin Jr., five-month-old
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Allen Currin of 15 Park
Place, were held Monday after
noon in Pilot Butte Cemetery. The
baby died suddenly last Saturday
i morning at the family home.
I In addition to his parents, he is
I survived by grandparents, Mr.
I and Mrs. James A. Currin and Mr.
land Mrs. Perry E. Shank, all of
The Rev. Thomas Shelton of
First Christian Church officiated
at the rites. Heider's Bend Fiui
. oral Home was in charge of ar
rangements. ! CLAIMS DROP
SALEM (LTD As of Feb. 1, 1
the Oregon Employment Depart
ment had 35.516 unemployment
insurance claims.' down from the
44,505 claims of Feb. 1, 1961, com
missioner David H. Cameron said
. . . after
23 years
comes to Central Oregon!
ssr aismia ask'
n and Out!
of hospitals
In Central Oregon
The following are new patients
at St. Charles Memorial Hospital: j
Mrs. Harley Cole, Parrell Road; j
Richard Earhart, Dorris, Calif.; j
John Clements. 1032 Federal!
Street: Mrs. Mary Brookfield.
Route 1. Bend; John L. Fred, 1414 i
Davenport Avenue. I
Dismissed: R. E. Jewell. Harry
Pryor and Mrs. Leo HossfeJdt, all i
Bend: Mrs. Henry Kalama and
Elesia Keo. both Warm Springs
Paul Rector, Kinzua.
Grant services
held at church
Funeral services for Walter B.
Grant. 71, long-time Bend resident
and retired Great Northern con
ductor, were held this morning at
St. Francis Catholic Church.
Mr. Grant died Tuesday at the
U.S. Veterans Hospital in Port
land, where he had been a patient
a week, after being hospitalized
locally about six weeks. He help
ed lay the rails when the railroad
came to Bend, went to work for
the SP&S in 1913, and had been
employed by Great Northern from
1933 to 1958.
He is survived by Ills widow,
Eula; a daughter, three step-children,
seven grandchildren, one
great - grandchild, two brothers
and three sisters. He was a Cath
olic and belonged to the Elks
lodge, the Order of Railroad Con
ductors and Brakomen and the
Veterans Association of Great
Northern Employes. He was a
World War 1 veteran.
The Rev. Stephen Murlagh of
ficiated at the funeral and said
Ihe rosary Thursday evening at
the Niswonger-Reynolds Chapel.
Active pallbearers were Mike
Brunner. Ivan Vanllook, William
J. Baer, Walter J. Emard, M. P.
Cashman and C. E. Currie,
Honorary pallbearers were John
Currie, R. K. Innes, William Dunn,
Raymond Brown, Stephen Mur
phy, Joe Elder, Kenneth Cruick
shank, Barney Rochon, Harry
Leedy, Earl Epoch and Jerry
Burial was in Pilot Butte Ceme
tery. Niswonger rites
due Saturday
Funeral services for Charles P.
Niswonger, 87, long-time Central
Oregon resident and pioneer Bend
mortician, will be held Saturday
at 2 p.m. at the Niswonger-Reynolds
Mr. Niswonger died Tuesday,
after being bedfast four months.
He had suffered a stroke some
time ago.
The Rev. James S. Thompson of
First Methodist Church will offici
ate. Burial will be in Greenwood
Memorial Mausoleum.
. . . and you're
in carpet heaven at
furniture co.
821 Wall
EV 2-4291
listen to
Mrs. Stenkamp j
dies suddenly
Death came suddenly here this
morning to Mrs. Henry J. Sten-'
kamp, 60, a Bend resident for the j
past 40 years. Death occurred at ;
the family home, 28 Lake Place,
where Mrs. Stenkamp was strick
en suddenly.
A native of Westphalia. Ger
many, Mrs. Stenkamp came to
Bend in 1922.
Aside from her husband, Mrs.
Stenkamp is survived by two sons.
Henry J. Stenkamp. jr.. Bend;
and Hubert G. Stenkamp. with the
U.S. Air Force in Florida, and one
daughter. Maria T. Crawford.
Bend. Also surviving are two sis
ters, Teresa Stenkamp and Ger
trude Rosengarth, Bend, and two
brothers, Fred Sachtjen, Bend,
and Henry Sachtjen, Berkeley,
There are seven grandchildren.
Mrs. Stenkamp was a member
of the Catholic Church. Arrange
ments for the funeral are pend
ing, with the Niswonger & Rey
nolds Funeral Home to be in
e services
held at chapel
Funeral services for Mrs. John
Suttle. 69, were held Thursday
morning at the Niswonger-Reynolds
Funeral Home. She died
Tuesday morning at Harmony
House. Bend residents for many
years whilu their children were
growing up. she and her husband
moved away and relumed hero
several years ago. They made
their home at 1374 Fresno Avenue.
Hie Rev. Ronald M. Lundy of
First Baptist Church officiated at
the rites. Pallbearers were E I i
Zeko, Jack Billings. Cecil Moore,
Paul Fredricks, Allen E. Grim
stead and Darrold Barber.
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by a son and five
daughters, including Vina Strom
er and Juanita Balitich, both of
Bend. She also leaves a brother
and a sister in Akron, Ohio, and
two brothers in West Virginia.
There are nine grandchildren.
Mrs. Suttle was born in Linden,
W. Va.
Burial was in Greenwood Como-
LONDON (UPD Opposition
Labor party Leader Hugh Galt
skell made plans today to take
directly to President Kennedy his
objections to American nuclear
tests on Britain's Christmas Is
land in the Pacific Ocean.
Weekly livestock:
Cattle 1775; choice steers 1082
lb 26.25; good-choice 24-26: mixed
good standard 22 50-23.75; good
choice heifers 21.50-24: canner
cutter cows 19-15: cutter-utility
bulls mostly 18-21.50.
Calves 275; good-choice vealers
28-33; standard 20-28.
Hugs 1950; late sales 1 and 2
butchers 19 down with closing
levels mainly 18.50; 2 and 3 grade
17 50-16: 1. 2 and 3 sows under
550 lb 12.50-16.50.
Sheep 1200: choice prime
wooled slaughter lambs 18-18.50;
cull-good ewes 3-6: choice-fancy
65 -80 lb feeder Iambs 15-16.
Eggs to retailers: AA extra
large 50-53c: AA large 47-SOe; A
large 46-48c; AA medium 43-48c;
AA small 35 38c; cartons l-3c
Butter To retailers: AA and A
prints 67c lb; cartons lc higher;
B prints 66c.
Ore. local Russets No 1A 100 lb
2.75 3.00: Deschuts Russets No
1A 3.00-3.25 ; 6-14 ox 3.25 3.50;
bakers 3.35 3.50; Idaho Russets
No 1 2.00-2.10.
Eagles planning
Bartender's Bqll
The Bend Eagles will hold their
annual Bartender's Ball this Sat
urday evening, according to Dar
rcll Apling, local aerie president.
The event is in honor of the birth
day of Clyde BlUadeau, who ha
worked (or the Eagles many
Highlight of the evening's events
will be ihe use of bogus $500 bills
in the club room after 10 p.m.
No other money will be accepted
for merchandise.
It is not unusual to see a mem
ber light a cigarette with a $500
bill were the words ot Mr. Ap
ling as he urged all members and
their ladies to attend and be
come millionaires for a night.
Five hundred dollar bills will be
sold on the exchange at three
for a dollar.
r raiui r rnncis aim ins vn iuaon ,
will provide the music far danc-l
L'AlElon's lithe young sheath tops
your favorite list . . . aawthooth trim
at strategic places, a looped tie
belt . . . in crepe of 64 icetate, 487.
riyon. Black, beife or navy. Siies
8 to 20.
James Hughes
services held
Graveside funeral services for
James Hughes, 95, were held Tues
day in Pilot Butte Cemetery. He
died Sunday at Central Oregon
District Hospital. He had been a
patient at Redmond Heights Nurs
ing Home for a year and a half,
and previously made his home in
Bend 11 years.
A retired shoemaker, he was a
native of Dundee, Scotland, and be
longed to the Catholic Church. He
ivas widowed many years ago,
and is survived by a sister in Scot
land. The Rev. William Coughlan of
St. Francis Catholic Church of
ficiated at the rites. Heider's Bend
Funeral Home was in charge of
Including One OQc CQc
for the Teacher 7 to J7Pkg.
Valentine Party Supplies
- Napkins Table Cloths Cups
Valentine Candy
An exciting costume by L'Aiglon to
wear this spring and summer! Sleeve
less dresi of 93 rayon, 7 Dacron
Polyester Is equally smart with Its
jacket of 90 wool, 43 mohair,
7 nylon or without It. Green, beige -or
aqua. Sltei 10 to 20.
mjMiwjj men mjbmghmhkk.'
You'll Look Your
Loveliest In A
New Spring
Dress by
'Heart' dantes
get big crowds
Heart Fund dances that start
ed Monday at the National Guard
Armory in Bend may set a new
attendance record.
More than 1.500 youngsters,
from grade school to senior hih
students had attended the dances
through Thursday.
The final dance this afternoon
was expected to attract the larg
est crowd of the five day affair.
Best dancers in each of the
three divisions will receive mer
chandise awards provided by
Wagner's Supermarket of Bend,
Moore's Shoes, The Smart Shop,
Stover-LeBlanc. Wetle's, the Tasty
Freeze, Skji-rsaa's Ski Haus and
the Tower Theater.
9 P.i
Big Assortment
Valentine Cards
Children's Cards, Toe
35c lb.
1 ArI
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