The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, February 12, 1962, Page 5, Image 5

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    The Bend Bulletin, Monday, February 12, 1962 5
Activities tonight include the fol
lowing: Eagles' dinner honoring
Paul Hoffmann, national presi
dent, at aerie hall, 6:30, meeting
to follow; Wesleyan Service Guild
with Mrs. Russell A. Hollinshead,
140 Xerxes, 7 o'clock; Bend Al
trusa Club, Pine Tavern, 7
o'clock; Los Amigos Club with
Mrs. Mave Ilcr, 337 E. Emerson,
7:30. At 8 o'clock: Knights of
Pythias, Library Auditorium;
Eastern Star, Masonic Temple.
Raid-Thompson PTA will hold
Its annual open house at 7:30 to
night. The Founders Day program
will honor the 65th birthday of
the PTA. All parents are invited
to attend and visit classrooms.
A program of "living pageants" is
planned, and refreshments will be
Mr. end Mr. Max R. Mattis,
t t L Motel, S. Third Street, are
parents of a girl born Sunday aft
ernoon at SU Charles Memorial
Hospital. The baby weighed 8
pounds, 7 ounces.
Evelyn Varney Circle, First
Baptist Church, will meet Tues
day at 7:45 p.m. with Mrs. Mor
ris Clark, 525 Newport Avenue.
Mrs. Robert II. Foley will have
charge of the program, and Miss
Muriel Spears will lead the devo
tions service.
JeycM Auxiliary will meet to
night at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Madison Davis. 732 E. Sew-
of hospitals If
In Central Oregon ii
New patients admitted to St.
Charles Memorial Hospital over
the weekend include the follow
ing: Robert Kiel, 735'i Columbia
Street; Mrs. May Fryrear, 923
Hill Street; Mrs. Robert Hawes,
1215 Milwaukee Avenue; William
Grindle, 380 Miller Avenue; Karen
Skjersaa, 926 E. Greenwood Ave
nue. Leonard Olson, 516 Riverfront
Street; Mrs. Lee Snider, Gil
chlrst; Mrs. Leonard Young, 1405
S. Third Street: John Flatebo, 326
Sisemore Avenue; Mrs. Fred Cha
tier, 26 Franklin Avenue.
Floria Weaser, 9, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Avis Barnes, 26 Re
vere Avenue, was admitted and
Also dismissed: Airs. Oren Sam
ple, Gilchrist; Robert Flynn,
Prineville; Mrs. Alva Hammer,
Allen Logan, Mrs. Grade
Grimes, Mrs. Amos Worthington,
Mrs. Allison Wright, Mrs. Jane
Beeson, John Clements, Mrs. Ger
ald McCann and Arthur Kohfield,
all Bend.
Initiation set
by Bend Eagles
The Bend Eagles aerie will in
itiate 20 candidates tonight in hon
or of Paul Hoffmann of Tiffin,
Ohio, national president. Also here
for Uie special occasion is John
Weber of Medford, state presi
dent. A dinner will be served tonight
at 6:30 at the aerie hall. During
the men's meeting, the auxiliary
will provide entertainment for
Mrs. Hoffmann and Mrs. Weber,
according to Mrs. William Nipper,
auxiliary president.
There will be a free lunch for
everyone following the business
Candidates who have been noti
fied to appear for initiation are
the following: Merle Brown. Rich
ard Cole. Jack Corbett, Jack Don
nelly, George Dancha, James De
riet, George Haggin, Eugene Hoff
man, Horace Hilliard, E m m i 1 1
Hussey, Hans Milius, Robert Pow
ers. Bobbie Phelps, Calvin Schnei
der, Edwin Stringer Jr., Ronald
Scott, Joe Tribble. Thomas Tub
man, Howard Williamson and L.
H. Warfield.
The women's drill team, cap
tained by Mrs. Charles Burke,
will assist the men with their
opening services, according to
Darrell Apling, aerie president.
Miss Marilyn Smith, president of
the SeniorMiss group of Junior
Order of Eagles, will be introduc
ed and will make a present of
a juniper gift to Hoffmann on be
half of the local lodge.
Hoffmann will speak Tuesday
night in Lewiston, Idaho. He and
his wife will leave Bend by char
tered plane Tuesday morning.
Tuesday and Wednesday Specials At The Retail Store
Doz. 5 Dipped 50c doz.
Here and
ard Avenue. Mrs. Larry West and
Mrs. Hap Taylor Jr. will be co
hostesses. There will be a white
elepiiant jewelry exchange.
Credit Women's Breakfast Club
will hold a regular meeting Tues
day at 7 a.m., at the Pine Tav-
DeVries Circle members, Meth
odist WSCS, will meet Tuesday at
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Don
Pence, Box 29, Blakley Road.
Music interest group of Ameri
can Association of University
Women will meet Tuesday at 8
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Craig C.
Coyner, 717 Georgia Avenue.
Pvt. Sharolyn M. Newell, 570
Juniper Lane, Prineville, recently
completed eight weeks of basic
military training at the Women's
Army Corps Center, Fort McClel
lan, Ala. She is a 1961 graduate
from Crook County High School.
Women of the Moose will hold
hospital chapter night Tuesday at
8 o'clock at Moose Hall, 1033 Divi
sion Street. Refreshments will be
served. Members are reminded to
bring canned goods for a needy
Bend barracks and auxiliary.
Veterans of World War I, will hold
regular meetings Tuesday. Febru
ary 13, at 8 p.m. at the VFW Hall.
The auxiliary will hold installa
tion for ' 1962 officers. Refresh
ments will be served after the
Women's degree team of Alfalfa
and Eastern Star Granges will
exemplify the first and second de
grees Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Uie
Eastern Star Grange Hall. Wom
en from those two Granges are
to bring salads; visitors, sand
wiches. Services this week at the Free
Methodist Church will be at 7:30
nightly, rather than at 7:45 as
originally announced. The Rev. P.
J. Griffiths, born in England and
formerly a resident of Canada,
will be the speaker. The special
series will conclude Friday
Golden Age Club will celebrate
Valentine's Day with an all-day
meeting Wednesday at the club
house, E. Fifth and Glenwood
Drive. Doors will open at 10 a.m.
Women are to take box lunches
for two, which will be auctioned
at 11:30. There will be afternoon
entertainment, including cards
and dancing.
John Bradley, formerly of Bend
and now of Spokane, Wash., is
spending a few days in the local
area. He made Uie trip by bus.
He was circuit court reporter for
several years in Bend.
Gold Star Mothers will meet
Wednesday at 1 p.m. with Mrs.
Eugene Glazier, 622 Georgia Ave
nue, j
Mrs. Roy Lett, Eagle Road,
will be hostess to the SOS Club ,
Wednesday at 2 p m. j
Regular dinner meeting of the
Bend Business and Professional j
Women's Club will be Wednesday, i
February 14, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Pine Tavern.
Cooky Cutters 4-H Club met re
cently at the home of the leader,
Mrs. Wilma Marcoulier. Members
present were Dale Skidmore, Judy
Skidmore, Susan Skidmore, Bar
bara Marcoulier, Phyllis Hensley,
Jeanette Pedersen, Sandra Math
ers, Kylene Cutshall and Nanette
Shoults, junior leader, A demon
stration was given on the use of
measuring utensils and the proper
method of sifting flour. Plans
were made for a window display
for 4-H Club Week.
Cascade Camera Club will meet
Wednesday, February 14, at 8
p.m. in the Bend City HalL
Xi chapter members. Beta Sig
ma Phi sorority, will meet Wed
nesday, February 14, at 8 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Richard Nelson,
1352 E. Sixth Street. Mrs. Elton
Harmon will be co-hostess. Dallas
Quick, music director at Central
Oregon College, will be guest
speaker, discussing drama.
TOKYO (UPI) It was very
warm for February In Tokyo
Sunday 76 degrees.
Tokyo citizens enjoyed the summer-like
weather. The normal
mid-February temperature is 17,
and the warm day set an 80-year
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Niswonger rites
held Saturday
Funeral services for Charles P.
Niswonger, 87. pioneer Bend mor
tician, were held Saturday after
noon at the Niswonger-Reynolds
Chapel. He died last Tuesday aft
er a prolonged period of ill health.
He suffered a stroke and had been
bedfast the past four months.
The Rev. James S. Thompson
of First Methodist Church offici
ated at the rites. Active pallbear
ers were Randall Moore, Clarence
Bush. Carl Andis, Carl Livesley,
Al Hanson and Claude McCauley.
Honorary pallbearers were
Lloyd Magill. II. II. DcArmund,
George Childs. W. C. Coyner.
Myrl Hoover, M. P. Cashman and
Dr. G. W. Winslow.
Mr. Niswonger was a native of
Dark county, Ohio. He and . his
wife came to Central Oregon In
1907, and settled in Powell Butte.
Two years later they moved to
Bend, and he was in the contract
ing business until he established
the mortuary firm in 1912. He was
an early-day city council member,
and long-time county coroner.
Ho belonged to the Elks, Odd
Fellows and Moose, and was a
past president of the Oregon Fun
eral Directors Association.
He is survived by his widow,
Sadie: two daughters. Mrs. Ida
Reynolds and Mrs. Lillian Van
Matre. both of Bend, and eight
grandchildren, including Mrs. Don
Anderson and Paul Reynolds of
Vault entombment was in
Greenwood Memorial Mausoleum.
Runs reported
by Bend firemen
An explosion of adhesive ma
terial being used to cement formi
ca resulted in a call to the Bend
Fire Department Saturday after
noon. Firemen went to the How
ard R. Hyde residence. Eagle
Road, at about a quarter to 3.
They helped clean up the mess.
A furnace backfire caused ex
cessive smoke at the Bend Rifle
Club, Newport Avenue, and a run
was made at 3:45 p.m. Sunday.
Smoke ejectors were used to clear
the air.
A steam blow-off from a boiler
was mistaken for an explosion
Sunday at 7:30. Firemen made a
run to the Ralph Bailey wood
turning plant at 948 Roosevelt
Avenue and wrote "honest mis
take" in the report book at the
The Navy launches its newest nu
clear powered submarine in tra
ditional ceremonies here today.
Barb, a vessel whose perform
ance capabilities have not been
made public, is named for a
famed World War I submarine.
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PORTLAND (UPll-llSDA) -Livestock:
Cattle 1100; good-choice steers
not established; mixed standard
good 1085 lb Holstein steers 22.50.
3 out at 20.50; mostly good heifers
6M lb 23.50: utility - commercial
cows 13.50-18; canner - cutter 11
13.50: cutter-utility bulls 18-21.25.
Calves 150; good-choice vealers
and slaughter calves 28-33; utility
standard 18-27.
Hogs 800: 1 and 2 butchers
mostly 19. few 19.25; 2 and 3 at
18-18.50; mixed sows 12.50 - 16.50.
Sheep 600: choice with some
prime wooled slaughter lambs
17.25-17.75; cull-good ewes 8-5.50.
Ore. local Russets No 1A 100 lb
2 75 - 3.00; Deschutes Russets No
1A 3 00-3.25 ; 6-14 oz 3 25 - 3.50;
bakers 3.35 - 3.50; Idaho Russets
No 1 2.00-2.10.
Eugs To retailers: AA extra
large 50-53c; A A large 47-50c; A
large 4f-48c: AA medium 43-46c;
AA small 35 - 38c; cartons l-3c
Butter To retailers: AA and A
prints 67c lb; cartons lc higher;
B prints 66c.
Cheese (medium cured) To
retailers: 47hc 48'.ic: processed
American 5-lb loaf, 45-461ic
Williams held
in county jaiK
Merle Edwin Williams, 23, of
Route 1, Prineville, is held at the
DeFchutes county jail on a charge
of obtaining property under false
prclenscs. He was arrested Fri
day for passing a check for $5.40,
signed with a fictitious name, at
the J k S Grocery in Terrebon
ne. William was arraigned before
Justice Donald Ellis in Redmond
justice court. He waived prelimi
nary hearing and was bound over
to the grand jury. Bail was set
at $2,ono.
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Land bank group
planning meet
Directors of the Federal Land
j Bank association of Redmond
have scheduled the annual stock
holders meeting for Monday, Feb
i ruary 19, according to Robert Mc
; Cormick, manager,
j The meeting will be held in Mil
j ton's Banquet Room in Redmond.
' Registration is scheduled for 11:30
.a.m., to be followed by a noon
dinner and the business session,
j Clarence Potampa of Madras, as-
sociation president, will chairman
the meeting and McC'ormick will
j ro)ort on the association progress
during 1961.
Stockholders will elect two di
rectors for three-year terms to
succeed Jack Shumway of Powell
Butte and Charles Bclshaw of Mt.
Vernon, whose terms have expir
ed. Holdover directors are Clar
ence Potampa, Walter Cooley of
Diamond. Pele Hnhnstein of Al-
I falfa. Lee Goodrich of Cloverdale,
and Louis Olson of Madras.
The Federal Land Bank associa
tion of Redmond makes and serv
ices long-term first mortgage real
estate loans for tho Federal Land
Bank of Spokane in Grant, Har
ney, Jefferson, Crook, Deschutes
and the south part of Wheeler
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I Alf ord Langevin
services held
Funeral services for A 1 f o r d
Langevin, 72, late of the Alfalfa
community, were held tills morn
ing at St. Francis Catholic Church.
He died suddenly Friday morn
ing, at his home on Smith Road.
The Rev. William Coughlan of
ficiated at tho ritos. Pallbearers
were Bill Loving, Carl Livesley,
Tom Wallace, Marvin Chesebro,
Peter Hohnstein, Kugene Graver,
Jim Williams and Lester Wick.
Mr. Langevin was a native of
Minnesota and had been a Cen
tral Oregon resident 17 years. He
is survived by his widow. Edith;
a son in Portland, a daughter in
California, and a sister in Minne
sota. Burial was in Greenwood Ceme
tery. Recitation of the rosary was
Sunday night at Uie Niswonger
Reynolds Chapel.
Lincoln Day
is quiet here
Bend is quietly observing a na
tional holiday today.
The occasion is Lincoln's birth
day. Marking the day as something
special, flags, provided by the
Jaycees, were flying from street
The day also came In for atten
tion at most schools in the area.
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problems. Giving honest, truthful advice may sometimes lose
us some business. But winning your respect and confidence is
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Annual potluck
supper planned
MADRAS The Jefferson Coun
ty Pioneers Association will hold
its annual potluck supper and
election of officers Saturday, Feb
ruary 24. at 6:30 p m. at tlie Mud
Springs Grange Hall.
Visitors and prospective mem
bers are invited to attend. The on
ly membership requirement is 40
years residence in Jefferson county-
Those who attend are to take
their own table service. The as
sociation will furnish coffee.
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Stenkamp rifes
due on Tuesday
Funeral services for Mrs. Hen
ry J. Stenkamp, 60, late of 28
, Lake Place, will be held Tuesday
i at 10 a.m. al St. Francis Catho
i lie Church. Recitation of the ros
ary will be tonight at 8 o'clock
I at the Niswonger-Reynolds Cha
pel. Mrs. Stenkamp died Friday
j morning at tho family home, aft
i er being suddenly stricken. She
was born in Germany, and came
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