The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, April 18, 1962, Page 10, Image 10

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    10 The Bnrl Bulletin, Wednesday, April 18, 1962
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REGISTRATION SIGNUP Tha Deschutes County Clerl's registration will not be known for several dayi. The lest official
effica wet busy from 8:30 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. yesterday count listed 4,830 Republicans. 6,051 Democrats and 133
registering voters for the May primary. County Cleric Helen independents.
Dacey reported that tha total signups during tha last day of
Four one-act
plays to be
offered at RUHS
Speelil to The Bulletin
body and speech classes will pre
terit four one-act plays in the
high school gym, Wednesday,
Apr J 25. This will ba in the form
of a contest with the winning play
advancing to Forest Grove to the
alale one-act play contest Apnl
"Page of Destiny" will be pre
sented by the general student
body. Sandi Boyce. director, will
be assisted hy Larry Kuehn. The
cast includes Sharon Shelby, Ter
ry Thorson, Charlotte F'alk, Lar
ry Murphy, Janet Joluison. Lar
ry, -Cunathon Thornton
and Sharon Hurney.
"Opening Night" revolves
around the real opening night ex
periences of author and actress.
Cornelia Otis Skinner. Co-directors
(or this piny will be Sandy
Sanson and Martin Clapp with
Carnlee Fdinonris assisting. Mem
bers of Uie speech class included
tn cast are Lous Olevenger, Don
na dimming. Sue Ivory, Pal
Keevy, Sara Moisin, Donna Pat
terson. Eha Pineda. Joanne Rob
ertson. Jeanne Wiggans and Jim
Another play presented bv tlir
speech class. "Smokescreen." will
be directed by Mary Resare. Call
Bates will be assistant director
Small cast of three includes Vicki
McGowan. Joe Hudspeth and Den
ny Hanson
W. L. Halloi-k. speech class
teacher. Mill be directing "The
Sheriff" This play, presented by
the speech class, is a tragedy
Cast includes Jack Birkhofer.
Stan Beesley. Phil Wick. Ray
Priday. Bob Pyritr. Sally Kau
bion. and Larry Pankey.
Properties crew includes Judy
Klnry. Mike Park and Slee
Kleen Bill Kaubion will handle
the lighting. Judy Pierce is m
charge of publicity. Ticket mana
ger is Sherry Benson and Art
PoueU is in charge of the box
Hollenbcck gets
his majority
WilUrd B Hnllenbeck. m W
Ind. Bend, has been promoted
from captain to major in the I' S
Army Resene
Hollcnbeck's ptoniotion was an
nnimcod by Colonel Marsh K
Dunkin commandant of Uie Port
land t'SAR Soli'vl hradiiuarters
at Vancouver Barracks. Washing
ton HoUrnberk. a lob placemen' of
ficer for the Oregon Slale Em
p!o merit Semce. is a student at
the VSAR School satellite at Red
BIM'll'LI.V England 'VP1 -I
nncess Aniie. II. shoued S'lnday
sl'e is leirmng tn be as skilled a
horses t'liian as her mother. Queeii
The prince.- made her first
public appearance in a riding
ecnt and won a rosetie for plac
ing second in a cios ctmntiy
Outlity Products
EV 13)31
BEDFORD, Pa. 'LTD - State
police were faced with $5,000
worth of fried eggs Monday when
they investigated a fire on the
Pennsylvania Turnpike.
A rear wheel on a tractor-trailer
driven by Don Krasnak of Ro
chester, Minn., caught fire and
the flames spread to the trailer,
loaded with eggs.
Dial Finance Co. continues to get
repeat business from a "custom
er" who doesn't bother to sign for
his loans.
Ronald Voriath. manager of Uie
company, said the gunman who
robbed the firm Monday was Uie
same man who held up the fi
nance concern four times last
Bandon. Ore., high school teacher
faced Superior Court here today
on a charge of robbing a San
Francisco grocery store last
Vivian E. Walker was ordered
I to appear in court Wednesday to
enter a pica.
Band Boosters
hold election
Sptelal to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE - The PrineviUe
Band Boosters club met Monday
in the junior high school library
to elect officers for the coming
year. Mrs. John Gordan was cho
sen president.
Named as vice president is
Mrs. Jack Rhoden, Mrs. Neil
Johnson is Uie new secretary and
Mrs. W. B. Thompson will serve
as treasurer. Mrs. Lynn Cerke
was named publicity chairman.
Following the election, the jun
ior and senior high school bands
played several numbers. Mrs.
Harry Peterson supervised Uie
serving of refreshments. The an
nouncement of the winners of
scholarships will be made at a
later date, it was stated.
The Band Eoosters club is made
up of parents of children who
play in bands In the PrineviUe
schools. A major part of their
activity is In Uie raising of money
to assist the bands in various
ways, and the promotion of inter
est in the school bands.
Selection due
of princess
The Bend Rim Rock Riders w ill
select a princess for the Junior
Rodeo in Redmond at a contest
Saturday, April 21, at 2 p.m. at
Uie Rim Rock Riders" arena in
the Glen Vista community.
Girls in the 14-16 year age
group arc eligible, according to
W'es Van Horn, contest chairman.
Participation is not limited to
girls who are members of the rid
ing club.
Judging will be on the basis of
horsemanship, appearance and
All girl riders of the Bend area
are invited to enter the contest
Extension unit
names officers
Mrs. Cash Perrine was elected
I chairman of the Manzanita ex
tension unit at a recent meeting.
! Other officers named for the com
jing year are Mrs. Julius Olson.
!vice - chairman; Mrs. Thomas
I Links, secretary, and Mrs. James
Humbert, treasurer.
The project for Uie meeting was
I "Cleaning of Rugs and Lphol
j stery," presented by Mrs. V i c
Schroeder. home economics ex
tension agent.
j Final plans were made for the
LONDON il'Pfi A front page
cartoon in Sunday's Express,
showed a woman complaining to
her vegetable dealer about Brit
ain s SKyrocKeting puiuu jjnuc.
"You wouldi't get away with
this," the woman was saying, "if
Kennedy were prime minister."
group's Easter egg hunt for pre
schoolers. This will be Thursday.
April 19. at 1:30 p.m. at Harmon
playfield. Members are asked to
obtain additional information by
calling Mrs. Links. EV 2-1037, or
Mrs. Don Koho. EV 2-0263.
asked Austria to extradite former
Nazi S.S. Gen. Jan Robert Verbe
len, who was tried in absentia and
sentenced to death in 1947 on
charges he killed about 100 Bel
pians during World War II, ac
cording to informed sources here.
Verbelen fled to Austria in 1945
and tinder an assumed name re
ceived Austrian citizenship in 1959.
He was arrested last Thursday.
Hemorrhoids Cured Painlessly
By Non-Surgical Method
The non-surgical, elec
tronic method for treatment
of Hemorrhoids (Piles) de
veloped by doctors of tha
Beal-Oliver Sandy Blvd.
Clinic has been so success
ful and permanent in nirore
that the following policy is
offered their patients :"Af ter
all symptoms of Hemor
rhoids . . have subsided
and the patient has been dis
charged, if he should ever
hive a recurrence, all further
treatments will be given ab
solutely f;ee."
Patients experience little,
if any pain. Their treatment
requires no hospitalization
and does not employ drugs
or injections.
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without obligation: The
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Clinic, Chiropractic Physi
cians, 2026 N. E. Sandy
Blvd., Portland 12, Oregon.
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