The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, March 27, 1962, Page 5, Image 5

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    The Bend Bulletin, Tuesday, March 27, 1962 5
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Eight o'clock mettings tonight
include: Deschutes County Plan
ning Commission, circuit court
room; Kenwood Kingston PTA,
Kenwood School auditorium; Des
chutes county Granges, visitation
at Eastern Star Grange Hall.
It's a girl for Mr. and Mrs. Al
don Mahoney, 633 E. Irving Ave
nue. The baby, born today at St.
Charles Memorial Hospital, has
been named Mary Michelle. She
weighed 6 pounds, S ounces.
Women of th Moos will hold a
regular business meeting 8 o'clock
tonight at the Moose Hall, 1033
Division. Refreshments will be
A rummage salt sponsored by
Circle 2 of the Catholic Altar So
ciety will continue through Wed
nesday at the former Lumber
mens Insurance Agency quarters
on Oregon Avenue. Hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
' Jim L. Landles, sonarman sea
man in the Navy, arrived in Rot
terdam, Holland, on March 13,
aboard the escort destroyer USS
Rich, which recently took part in
Project Mercury recovery force
operations for Marine Lt. Col.
John Glenn. Landles is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Landles,
Golden Ago Club will meet Wed
nesday, March 28, at the club
house, E. Fifth Street and Glen
wood Drive. Doors will open at
noon, with the business session
to begin at 1 p.m.
Knit and Nibbl 4-H Club, Sis
ters, met recently at the home of
Mrs. William J. Grace, co-leader
with Mrs. Helen Miller. Barbara
Bowers served refreshments. Oth
er members present were Donna
Smith, Benicia Miller, Colleen Gil
land, Barbara Jansen, Terry
Hunking, Marijane Miller, Lilly
Buell, Barbara Grace, Trudy
Farii, Susan Barclay and Cathy
Denman. They worked on their
projects, slippers and sweaters.
Wednesday activities include
the following: Women's Golf Club,
bridge party at clubhouse, 1 p.m.;
silver tea for benefit of Central
Oregon School for Retarded Chil
dren, home of Mrs. E. W. Put
nam, Route 2, Box 269-B, 1:30-5
p.m.; Christian Women's Fellow
ship executive committee with
Mrs. Roger Reinhart, 757 Ogden
Avenue, 2 p.m.
An executive board meeting of
the First Methodist Church WSCS
will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday
in the Fireside Room of the
Of local interest is Uie grand
opening of a new beauty shop,
The Topper Salon, April 4 in Dal
las. The owners, sisters, are June
Taylor and Velma Harryman, re
cent graduates of the Central Ore
gon Beauty College in Bend.
Cub Scout Pack No. 15 will hold
its monthly meeting Wednesday,
March 28, at 7:30 p.m. The meet
ing will be in the Fellowship Hall
of the First Presbyterian cnurcn
Kenneth Stoican, Navy recruit,
finished his basic training recent
ly at San Diego, and was home
for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Stoican, Alfalfa,
He entered the Navy last Decem
ber. The Stoicans other son, Rod
ger, enlisted in the Army on Feb
ruary 17, and Is taking basic
training at Fort Ord, Caul.
C. E. Fuller, 76,
taken by death
rl.irpnri V. Fuller. 76. a resi
dent of Bend since 1942, died ear
ly this morning at St. Charles Me
morial Hospital.
Ha martA hie hnmfl fit 1245 Al
bany and was born May 28, 1885,
in Modale, Iuwa.
Knrvlvnni include a dauellter
Mrs Russell Milliard. Bend: five
grandchildren: a brother. Archer
Fuller. San Diego: and a sister
Stella Dorance, Denver.
QArvir-oe -will Ka held 2 n.m. Fri
day at the Niswonger and Rey
nolds cnapei witn me nev. hod-
ert W. Becker otticiating.
Mr. Fuller will be buried In
Deschutes Memorial Gardens be
side his wife, Fredricka. who pre
ceded him in death Dec. 13. 1960.
Here and
Regular dessert meeting of the
Bend Business and Professional
Women's Club will be Wednesday,
March 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Daisy Hale. 1452 E.
Eighth Street. Miss Arvilla Mur
phy will be co-hostess.
Cascade Camera Club members
will meet in Room 210 of the Des
chutes County courthouse on Wed
nesday, March 28, at 8 p.m. The
meeting will be open to all per
sons interested in photography.
Mr. end Mrs. Leon Fumlsh.
Sisters, are parents of a boy born
Monday at St. Charles Memorial
Hospital. The baby weighed 8
rounds. 8 ounces, and has been
named Dwayne Allen.
Skyline Squares will hold their
weekly dance 8:30 p.m. Wednes
day at the Wallace Dance Studio.
Russ Kiel will call. Everyone is
Deschutes Tractor Club met
Sunday at the home of Eddie Pet
ersen, with Huber Forpalil, lead
er, in charge. Other members
present were Delbert Forpahl, Joe
Forpahl, John Hawthorne, Benny
Purkey, Dianne Huettl and Lou
ann Huettl.
Thimble Club of Neighbors of
Woodcraft will meet Thursday at
2 p.m. with Mrs. Roy Allingham,
724 E. Marshall Avenue. Members
are reminded to take their white
elephants for an auction.
Ex-Libris Club will meet Thurs
day at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Norman
Whitney. 1439 W. Fourth Street
Mrs. Don Anderson will be in
charge of the program.
Johnnie L. Weaser, seaman ap
prentice. U.S. Navy, is serving
aboard the attack transport USS
Noble, a unit taking part in the
Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza
tion's Exercise Tulungan, spon
sored jointly by the Republic of
the Philippines and the United
States. Weaser is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Weaser, 452
Heyburn Street
Bend Skyliners will hold their
annual business meeting Monday,
April 9, at 8 p.m. in the Pilot
Butte Inn Gold Room. Directors
for the coming year will be elect
ed, and a financial statement and
other reports will be given. All
interested members are asked to
be present. Coffee and doughnuts
will be served.
Scissors Snippers 4H Club met
last Friday at the home of Xylene
Cutshall, with Mrs. Phil Hensley,
leader, and Sandra Hensley, jun
ior leader, in charge. Other mem
bers present were Barbara Mar
coulier, Teri Vincent, Phyllis Hen
sley, Judy Skidmore, Sandy Math
ers, Gale Skidmore and oiisan
Skidmore. Janet Fancher was a
Xi chapter members, Beta Sig
ma Phi, will honor the Redmond
chapter at a social meeting Wed
nesday, March 28, at 8 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Rex Purkerson,
Route 2.
Hearing planned
on zone switch
A request by Harold Rogers to
switch from an R-l to an R-2 tone
in Wiestoria addition, in the north
east section of Bend, will be dis
cussed at a public hearing April
23 in the Commission Room.
Rogers asked for the change at
Monday night's Planning Commis
sion meeting to plat the area in'o
75-foot frontage lots not allow
ed in the R-l district.
The planners will take action
later on another R-2 zone request
in the Ellis subdivision, north of
Innes Lane between 6th and 8th
streets.Again, the size of the lots
was the reason given for the
Richard D. Kerr appeared and
asked for an R-2 classification in
the north central portion of a new
ly - annexed area east of Jones
Road. The matter was placed on
the April 23 Planning Commission
The planners have asked mat a
city guide on subdivisions (includ
ing land in a six-mile radius out
side of Bend) be put in the form
of an ordinance and submitted to
the City Commission for first
reading at the April 4 meeting
of that group.
Moehring rites
held on Monday
Funeral services for Nellie May
Moehring, 61, were held Monday
afternoon at the Niswonger-Rey-nolds
Chapel. Mrs. Moehring. a
former resident of Bend and Me
tolius, died last Wednesday at her
home in Redmond.
The Rev. E. David Wardlaw of
the Church of the Nazarene of
ficiated at the services. Pallbear
ers were Harvey Acree, Clifford
Brown, John Clements, Glenn
Ennen, Loyal Rhodes and Clint
Mrs. Moehring Is survived by
five daughters and four sons, in
cluding Mrs. W. A. Clem and Da
vid Moehring, Bend, and Jacob
and Franklin Moehring, Madras.
Also surviving are her mother,
two brothers and a sister, in Cali
fornia. Burial was in the Metolius
Special to The Bulletin
PR1NEV1LLE - Nearly all of
the young people in Prineville for
the annual music clinic ol hign
school band and choir students
last weekend were well behaved,
according to city police officers.
Two 17-year-old youths, however,
were taken into custody by the
city police asthe clinic - festival
began, for the possession oi al
coholic beverage. Both were held
at police headquarters until they
could be released to their parents
and returned home to Burns
where they were to be turned
over to the Burns juvenile authorities.
I In and Out
of hospitals :
In Central Oregon i.
New patients at St. Charles Me
morial Hospital are Miss Susanne
Graham, 1455 Ithaca; Mrs. Louise
Hopp, 1473 Quincy; the Rev. Noel
Ravan, Prineville; Mrs. Lynn
Branson, Redmond; Mrs. Dean
Lowe, 205 Hunter: Dan llendrix.
Prineville; Mrs. James Wilson, 32
Gilchrist; baby Douglas Bowcn,
5-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rodger Bowen, Silver Lake; Mis.
Mary O'Sullivan, 1304 Newport;
Mrs. Sam Ware, Gilchrist; David
Ensworth, 6-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Ensworth. Lea
venworth, Wash.; and Louis Pitts.
Warm Springs.
Recently dismissed were Mrs.
Robert P. Stevenson, Mrs. Lloyd
Fleming, Martha Wayman, Mrs.
Leon Foster, Grover Sperry, Rob
ert H. Lee and Jack Hcinrick, all
of Bend; Jeff Miller, Redmond;
and Sam Ritter, Redmond.
Clerk's office
open tonight
The office of County Clerk Hel
en Dacey. in the courthouse, will
be open tonight from 7:30 to 8:40
to accept new voter registrations
and bring others up to date.
Tiie office will be open for an
hour Tuesday evenings until Auril
! 17, deadline for registering to vote
jin the May primary. Traditional
ly, the clerk provides the evening
! service to assist persons who find
j it inconvenient to go to the court
house during regular office hours.
Persons who have changed
name or precinct since the last
election are required to bring
their registrations up to date.
Most of the new voters are those
who have recently turned 21.
Aliens who have recently attain
ed citizenship are also eligible to
A fire in a pile of rocks behind
the Deschutes County libray was
checked by Bend firemen at 3:21
p.m. Monday. There was no damage.
Shepherd rites
due Wednesday
Funeral services for Queen
Esther Shepherd, 59, will be held
Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Heider's
Bend Funeral Home Chapel.
Mrs. Shepherd died Saturday at
her home, victim of a self-inflicted
gunshot wound. She had been
in ill health several years. She
was the wife of Marvin L. Shep
herd of Bend Music Co.
Honorary pallbearers will be
W. M. Loy Sr., Clyde Billadeau,
Maurice Kopp, Claude Ward, Vcni
Wittekind, Eugene Mitchell and
Harvey Olsen. Miss Katliy Board
man will sing, and Mrs. Ralph
Snider will be organist.
The Rev. James S. Thompson
of First Methodist Church will of
ficiate. Private cremation serv
ices will be held at Portland Me
morial Crematorium.
Patricia Jean Messick, Bend,
forfeited $5 bail Monday in Des
chutes county district court. She
had been cited March 16 for an
expired operator's license.
Glendale man logging victim
accident claimed the life of Ed
ward Lewis Belcher, 35, Glendale,
Ore., Monday afternoon, the Ben
ton County sheriff's office report
ed today.
Belcher had been employed by
the HuU-Oakes Lumber Company
of Dawson, in south Benton Coun
ty, for about a week. He was set
ting choke on a logging operation.
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boatyard on the Thames River:
"Trespassers will be drowned."
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on a select (roup ol late model display and
demonstration machines-all in the best
possible condition.
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126 Minn. Ave.
Ph. EV 2-3882
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1. The Denim Jean
Slimmer, trimmer, more flattering than
any jeans you've ever seen. Note the
smooth hiplinc, slightly dipped waist, two
front pockets that form neat belt loops.
Even the fabric is new. It's Bosun Denim
of softer easy-care cotton in brilliant re
gatta colors with bright white stitching.
2. The Marseilles Knit
and Sailcloth Surfer
Trcs terrifique, tres chic here or anywhere
on the globe the longer length pullover
with a French fashion flavor plus the com
forting touch of 1007o cotton lisle knit. .
Terrific, too, colorful ticking stripes over
solid color surfers in "Sanforized-Plus"
cotton sailcloth. Multi-stitched waist detail
ing, side zip and slanted pockets, leg vents.
Marseilles Knit 4.95
i. Surfer 5.95
3. Parfait Stripes...
Wonderful new parfait stripes in mclt-in-your-mouth
pastels! The sleeveless, rib-hugging
brief top has gently scooped front
neckline and side zipper ... the slim
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or mix with other separates in your ward
robe. Both, in cool, easy-care cotton.
Parfait Stripe Top 5.95
Parfait Stripe Pant 8.95
4., Desert Flower Pullover
Growing in gay profusion on a cool cotton
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Surfdigger 6.95
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