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    The Bend Bulletin, Tuesday, April 24, 1962 5
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Deschutes County courthouse
will be in full use tonight, with
fuur meetings going on. Young
Stockmen's 411 Club will meet at
7:30 in the district court room.
At 8 o'clock: County Planning
Commission, circuit court room;
Juvenile Council, county court
room; Deschutes County Humane
Society, circuit court jury room.
The latter was moved from the
district court room because of a
Mr. and Mrs. John H. McAI
pine, Kit E. 11th Street, are par
ents of a boy born Sunday at St.
Charles Memorial Hospital. The
baby weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces,
and has been named Michael
Meetings tonight include the
Kenwood - Kingston PTA, in King
ston School auditorium, and East
ern Star Grange, at the Grange
Hall, both at 8 o'clock.
Women ol the Moose will hold a
business meeting tonight at 8
o'clock at Moose Hall. Refresh
ments will be served.
Oregon State Mothers Club will
have final meeting of the season
8 o'clock tonight at the home of
Mrs. Dee Haines, 477 State Street.
Election of officers and other bus
iness is scheduled. All members
are asked to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Flanary,
Springfield, arc parents of a boy
born this morning, it was learned
here. Flanary, a former Bend
resident, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Flanary. 1038 Bal
timore Avenue. The baby weighed
8 pounds, 2 ounces, and has been
named Kevin Wayne.
Wednesday activities include
the following: Women's Golf Club,
swing classes for high handicap
pers, 9 a.m.. bridge party 1 p.m.,
golf In the morning; Golden Age
Club, clubhouse, 1 p.m.; Christian
Women's Fellowship executive
committee with Mrs. Alva Good
rich, 1642 E. Eighth Street. 2
p.m.; Sunshine Club of Pythian
Sisters with Mrs. R. D. Kctchum,
740 Silvis Lane, 2 p.m.
SOS Club will meet Wednesday
at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Lois Hanson,
Thunderbird Motel.
First Methodist WSCS executive
board will meet Wednesday at 2
p.m. in the Fireside Room of the
Dr. and Mrs. Evan Thomas,
Madras, are parents of a boy born
Monday at St. Charles Memorial
Hospital. The baby weighed 8
pounds, 13 ounces, and has not
yet been named.
Cub Scout pack No. 25 will hold
its monthly meeting in the fellow
ship hall of the First Presbyter
ian Church Wednesday at 7:30
Regular dessert meeting of the
Bend Business and Professional
Women's Club will be Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Willard Hollenbcck, 1815 W. Sec
ond Street, with Nell Hoileubeck
as co-hostess. A slate of officers
for the new year will be present
ed by Mrs. Daisy Hale, chairman
of the nominating committee, and
election will be held. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
Eagles Auxiliary will meet
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the aerie
hall on Greenwood Avenue. Offi
cers for the coming year will be
Charles A. Geving, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ward Geving. Redmond,
and Betty Jane Brehmcr, daugh-
Initiation set
by lend lodg-s
. Initiation is scheduled for the
meeting of Bend Rebekah Lodge
Kridav evening at 8 o'clock in the
lOOF' Temple.
At their recent lodge meeting
the, group elected Mrs. Walter
Hail and Mrs. C. E. Hein as dele
gates to the Rebekah Assembly
sessions in Medford May 22
through May 24.
Mrs. Hein is the recommended
district deputy president for the
Bend lodge. Mrs. Hall has receiv
ed an appointment from the state
president as an assistant color
bearer and will participate In the
assembly meetings in that cap
acity as well as delegate.
Mrs. Dean Raymond has been
selected by members of the local
lodge to receive the Decoration
of Chivalry degree. This cere
mony will be on the evening of
May 21 in Medford and is open
to the public.
Ouality Products
EV 2-3131
Here and
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
! Wuthrich, Route 1, Box 609, Bend,
1 were married in Reno. New, on
; April 20. with the Rev. Charles
Dohn performing the ceremony,
i The couple returned to Bend Mon
j day, and are making their home
I at 464 E. Emerson Avenue.
All square dancers are welcome
; to join with Skyline Squares at
! their weekly square dance. This
j will be Wednesday at the Wallace
p.m. Russ Kiel will call.
A rummage and plant sale will
bo held by the auxiliary of Bar
racks No. 153, Veterans of World
War I, Thursday and Friday,
April 26 and 27, in the Hunnell
Building on Bond Street. The com
mittee promises a large selection
of unusually good and clean cloth
ing, as well as house and garden
plants, planters, books and pocket
editions and other items. Hours
will be from 1:30 to 5 p.m. on
Thursday and from 9:30 a.m. to
9 p.m. on Friday.
Mrs. John Paissch, Carroll
Acres, will be hostess to the Thim
ble Club of Neighbors of Wood
craft Thursday at 2 p.m. Each
member is asked to make an
amusing hat and wear it to the
meeting. A prize will be given for
the most original.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Currie
Jr., Portland, are parents of a
girl born Friday, April 20, at St.
Vincent's Hospital in that city.
The baby, Brenda Maria, joins
two sisters, Calene and Cathleen.
Grandparents are John O. Currie
of Bend and Mrs. J. W. O'Keeffe
of Silver Lake. A great-grandmother,
Mrs. G. W. Reynolds, al
so lives in Silver Lake. The Cur
ries lived in Bend before moving
to Portland.
Deschutes County Farm Bureau
will meet Thursday, April 26, at 8
p.m. at Uie Pleasant Ridge Com
munity Hall. There will be dis
cussion of the hay and hard
goods programs and brand in
spection. Filled apportionment pe
titions are to be returned. The
North Deschutes Center will serve
Ruth Circle members. First
Lutheran Ladies Aid. will hold a
rummage sale Thursday and Fri
day. April 26 and 27, on the first
floor of Luther House. Hours will
be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each
International relations study
group, sponsored by AAUW, will
meet Friday, April 27, at 1 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. R. B. Zim
merman, 2037 W. 12th Street. Mrs.
William Guycr and Mrs. Arthur
Burman will be in charge of the
program, on Southeast Asia. The
meeting was postponed from Wed
nesday. Leon Thomas is Die name se
lected by Mr. and Mrs. Jim T.
Woodward, Rose Trailer Court,
for their son. born Saturday at
St. Charles Memorial Hospital.
The baby weighed 6 pounds, 15
A food and apron sale will be
held by the LDS Relief Society
Saturday, April 28, at the Ries
Radio and Record Shop. Hours
will be from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30
Graduating seniors of Bend
High School are to be entertain
ed at a party at the Pilot Butte
Inn following commencement ex
ercises. A group of parents are
making the arrangements, and
are asking for contributions to
help finance the affair. Help
would be appreciated from per
sons other than senior parents
who wish to be included, com
mittee heads said. The Venturers,
top-notch recording outfit, have
been engaged to play for danc
ing. Refreshments will be served.
Persons who wish to make dona
tions are asked to get n touch
witli Mrs. A. C. Stipe or Mrs.
Louis Hillis.
For Music, Fun and Entertainment
You'll Meet Them All and More
"2nd Cup O' Coffee Time"
Monday Thru Friday At 9:00 A.M.
Channel "69"
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Engagement news
is announced
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd II. Anson,
LaPine, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Floydine
Lavilla, to Benjamin Franklin
Friend, of Madras. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Friend of
The engagement was announc
ed to a group of friends and rela
tives at a recent gathering at the
Anson home. As the guests ar
rived, each was given an individ
ual scroll revealing the romantic
news. .
Miss Anson is employed at the
Bend Dairy and is attending Cen
tral Oregon College. She is a 1961
graduate of LaPine High School.
Friend is employed at Thomas
Sales and Service in Madras. He
was graduated from Madras Un
ion High School with the class of
A fall wedding is planned.
Prineville visit
of Bloodmobile
due on May 3rd
Special to The Bulletin
Cross Bloodmobile will make its
second visit of the year to Prine
ville M.w 3. The auota for the
visit is 125 pints, according to
Mrs. Lester Owen, county Diooa
program chairman.
The bloodmobile will be station
ed at the Elks lodge, from 2 to 6
m and Elks will furnish cook
ies and juices for donors, with
Ladies of Elks in cnarge oi uie
canteen. Equipment is to be sot
up by the Jaycecs.
Once again, the women of the
nota ijimhrla sororitv will have
charge of recruitment, Mrs. Owen
Pprsnnnel siened to helo for the
day are Dr. Evan Jones, attend
ant physician; Mrs. tuswonn
Hickman, Mrs. T. S. Flaiz. Mrs.
Arnold Carlson, Mrs. Evan Jones
and Mrs. Edwin Reid, nurses;
Mrs. Harold Gray, receptionist;
Mrs. Jerrv Breese, Mrs. Claude
Williams, Mrs. C. L. Burgess and
!i-c Tlntl .lntinsnn. tvnists.
General aides are Mrs. Dolph
Byrd. Mrs. Jim Bruce, Mrs. taw-in
Ostrom, Mrs. J. T. King, Mrs.
Rav Graftenbcrger, Mrs. Otis Van
Blaricum. Mrs. Cecil Sly, Mrs.
Gerald Hoagland and Mrs. Gary
DeSautell rites
due in Portland
Private funeral services for B.
J. DeSautell, a member of the
Central Oregon College staff for
the past year, will be held at Wil
lamette National cemetery in
Mr. DeSautell was a native of
Buffalo, N.Y., and World War II
Navy veteran. He died suddenly
Sunday, after suffering a heart
The Niswonger Reynolds Fun
eral Home is in charge oi local
Gulistan Carpeting
rti only Prrlormnnre Ksl'-'l rain!
for sljuiflnnl or h-vy urc. 5nl
Nylmi or Tweeds lor fcLaivlArd or
lehvy list.
Lee's Cust. Upholstery
2 Lafayette EV 2-1192
In and Out
of hospitali ;"
In Central Oregon
New palient.1 at St. Charles Me
morial Hospital are Theodore
Murphy. 937 E. llUi: Charles
Spaugh, 1238 Baltimore: Ralph
Miilson, 1444 Baltimore: Ralph
Young, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph H. Young, 731 E. 12th; Wil
liam Russell, 625 Federal; Mrs.
Carl P. Gassner, 954 E. 10th; and
Leon Klawitter, 547 Ogden.
Recently dismissed were
Charles Lassiter, Gilchrist; Ray
Wyatt, Portland; John Rossberg,
Burns: and Harry Lytic, Dwain
Crosby, Mrs. Anna Ward, Wesley
Heller, Dannie Shaw, Sherie Mit
chell and Harley Owens, all of
Planners set
session tonight
Further discussion of a propos
ed subdivision ordinance, to be
administered by the Bend City
Planning Commission and cover
all subdivisions within a radius of
six miles outside the city limits.
is scheduled for 8 o'clock tonight
in the Bend City Commission
The planners will also consider
changes from R-l to R-2 loncs
for two new annexations the
Anderson annexation northeast of
Bend and the Kerr annexation
east of the city.
A public hearing on a zone
change in a portion of Wiestoria
addition is also planned.
Young soldier
gets two years
A young soldier who look a car
without authority, February 20 in
Bend, was sentenced Monday aft
ernoon to two years in the Ore
gon State Correctional Institution.
William J. Stover, 18. appeared
before Judge Robert H. Foley,
who had requested a pre-sentence
report by the State Board of Pa
role and Probation. Stover had
pleaded guilty earlier.
A 17-year-old boy, with Stover
in the stolen car, appeared in lo
cal juvenile court. He is Daniel
P. Williams, who has been re
leased to the Army.
The youths were en route from
Fort Ord. Calif., to Fort Chaffee,
Ark. The car they took was regis
tered to Michael Borden and W.
A. Walden of Bend.
The two were arrested In Vale
and returned to Bend. Stover was
delivered today to Salem, by Dep
uty Sheriff Molvin Newhouse.
Clancy rites
due Wednesday
Graveside funeral services for
Jerry Clancy, 82, will bo held
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in Pilot
Butte cemetery.
Mr. Clancy died last Thursday
at Sunset Home.
AMPTHILL, England (UPI) -Three
bachelors took win, place
and show Monday in a four-mile
baby carriage race.
Passengers In the prams were
three other bachelors.
.new shipment!
Ship'n Shore'with
4.98 J T "
overshirt with feminine ways: neat
cluster tucks amid waves of ruffles.
65 Dacron polyester, 35 cotton.
White and every bright hue. 28 to 36.
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COMING WEDNESDAY David Abel, young American vio
linist, will be presented in concert tomorrow night at the Bend
High School Auditorium. This is tha last offering of the season
tor the Bend-Redmond Concert Association.
David Abel
to offer
concert here
David Abel, brilliant young
American violinist, will play Wed
nesday, April 25, at the Bend
High School Auditorium, under
auspices of the Bend Redmond
Concert Association. The pro
gram starts at 8:15 p.m. This is
the last concert of the current se
ries and the second bonus pro
gram for the new 12-lSMv) mem
bers. They arc to present their
dues receipts.
Abel made his professional de
but in San Francisco at the age
of 17. In August, 1953, he appear
ed as soloist in the Wicniawskl
Concerto under Arthur Fiedler
with the San Francisco Sym
phony. His success on that occa
sion increased the demand for his
services as an orchestral soloist,
and ultimately to a successful
New York recital In Town Hall a
little more than a year later.
Abel, a native of the Northwest,
was born Nov. 24, 1935, in We
natchec, Wash. His father, a
prominent San Francisco busi
nessman, is president oi tne ir
Francis Drake Hotel Co. and vice
president of Western Hotels, Inc.
Abel's instrument is a Guarner
ius violin, made by Joseph Guar
nerius in 1734, and conservative
ly valued at $25,000. He also owns
a rare $10,000 1753 Guadagnini.
Portland food
prices edge up
prices edged up 0.1 per cent in
Portland and decreased by the
same amount In Seattle between
February and March, the Depart
ment of Labor announced today.
The food Index In Portland was
at 102.5, based on an average of
100 for the years 1957-59. That
was 0.2 per cent below the March
level of 1961.
ruffles galore!
Raisers approve
feed lot plan
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE - A question'
nairo recently distributed among
cattle producers of the Central
Oregon area, indicates that a
'"rr'L'r1 .l0t in
with a 5.000 head capacity would
be welcomed as a new business
venture for the area, according to
Ivan Chappoll, Chamber of Com
merce manager.
The questionnaire was distri
buted by the Cliamlier. Indica
tions in the replies, Chappcll said,
were that several producers
would be willing io invest cap
ital in the project. The Chamber
has made a study, meanwhile, on
feed lot costs, and taken some
preliminary stops toward acquisi
tion of a location.
To discuss the next steps in
forming such a feed lot corpora
tion, producers have lieen Invited
to a no-host slag dinner at the
Ochoco Inn, May 12, at 7 p.m.,
according to an announcement
this week by Ed Endicott, Cham
ber president. Various other inter
ested individuals have also been
invited to the discussion mooting,
he reports.
Dallas services
set Wednesday
Funeral services for John M.
Dallas, 82, will bo held Wednes
day at 2:30 p.m. at the Niswon-ger-Rcynolds
Funeral Home.
Mr. Dallas died Saturday eve
ning at St. Charles Memorial Hospital.
You pay your money
and you take your choice
Compact Economy King
Quality-built, ramlly-siired, end Ameries'j
lowest price. Rambler American has more
wins In economy runs than all other compacts
combined. (Model shown,
2-Door Sedan-Deluxe. $i(24
One of 12 Rambler Amer- H U
lean models lor 1962.) per MONTH
Plenty of room tor six big 6-footers. Mora
headroom than any other U.S. car. Including
Cadillacl Highly manauverable, with turning
(Model shown, 2-Door S- 5070
dan-Deluxe. One ol 10 40
Rambler Classic model:.) per MONTH
PORTLAND (L'PP-tL'SDA) -Livestock
Cattle 300; choice 1022 lb steers
28 25; small lot 1030 lb 28; mixed j
good-choice 27.75; good 25-27.50;
standard Holstein iniO-llTO lb 23;
utility cows 13.25-15.50; few cut
ters 13; utility bulls 20-21.
Calves 50; good vealcrs 30-XI.
Hogs 300; 1 and 2 butchers
200-210 lb 18.25-18.50.
Sheop 350; trade not established
Eggs To retailers: AA extra
largo 45-49c; AA largo 42-46c; A
huge 41 -44c: AA medium 38-42e;
AA small 25 - 34c; cartons l-3c
Butter To retailers: AA and A
prints 67c; cartons lc higher; B
prints 6ik.-.
Cheese (medium cu.-ed To
retailers: 47'j 48Msc; processed
American 5-lb loaf, 45-46Vic.
Ore. local Russets No 1A 100 lb
3.25-3.50; Deschutes Russets No
1A 3.80 4.00: 6-14 oz 4.25 - 4.50;
bakers 2.65; Idaho Russets No 1
Griffith rites
due in Portland
Funeral services for Lawrence
Griffith. 74. a former employe of
; . . c ' . ,., ,m i uj
Brooks-Scanlon, Inc., will be held
Thursday at 9 a.m. at St. Francis
of Assissi Catholic Church, 330
llfli Qtrrv.1 in Pm-tlnnrt Tift.
I rniimi nviec u-itl hw nirl Wptlnrc.
day lit 8 p.m. at the chapel of
Holman and Sou Funeral Home.
The Bulletin was In error hi an
nouncing the services yesterday
for the local Catholic church,
which has the same name.
Mr. Griffith was the father of
Mrs. Antonc Heden and the uncle
of Mrs. Lanlis Jones and Mrs.
Ora Miller, all of Bend.
i i
rusa duo
Mrs. Phil Philhrook was elect
ed president of the Bend Altrusa
Club, at a meeting Inst night at
the home of Mrs. C. II. Cleve
land. 1797 Quincy Avenue.
Also named to offices were the
following: Mrs. J. H. Loomis,
vice-president; Mrs. Kenneth
Calc, treasurer; Mrs. Don It,
Thompson, secretary, and Mrs.
A. B. Lingorfelt, corresponding
The next meeting will be Tues
day, May 15, at the home of Mrs.
Una lilakley. Bend - Burns High
way. There will be a potluck din
ner honoring past presidents, and
a white elephant sale.
Ramblers with full room for six
Monthly payments based on manufacturer'! suggested retail price,
with ; down payment, 36-month contract with normal carrying
charges, federal taxes paid. Does not include optional equipment,
whiiewall lircs, transportation, insurance, state and local taxes, if any,
MMAC RAMBLER SALES, 637 Third Street
Cain services
due Wednesday
Special to Tht Bulletin
PRINEVILLE Funernl'serv -ices
for Jesse A. Cain. 8ti, tile',
widely known "father of th;
Crooked River Roundup," will be
held Wednesday, April 23"."al' Qv :
Prineville Funeral Home,nt-;Ji
p.m. The Rev. D. L. Ponhollo
will officiate. Burial will ho" UC'.
Juniper Haven cemetery.' "'.''4
Mr. Cain was born at Spring--'
tow n, lexas, Aug. 3, 1875,. At the ,,
age of six, he w as brought .by tits'2"
parents to Orecon, where tho
family first settled in the then-
small city of Portland. In 1909. .
after marriage and the birth of a -son
and a daughter, the Cain.
family moved to a homestead in
Harney county.
A number of years later the i
family moved to Crook county
where Jesse and his son Milton
went into partnership on a ranch;,
on the Crooked River. In 1945,
Cain retired from active ranch
work and he and Mrs. Cain mov
ed to Prineville. Mrs. Cain pro.
ceded him In death in 1950. .
In the fall of 1945, Cain met
with a number of local ranchers
and organized the Crooked River
Roundup Association, with Cain
selling shares at $100 for a total
of $12,000 as initial capital for tha
projecL In 1950. Uie Crooked Riv
er Roundup grounds and buildings
were valued at $75,000, indicating
tho great success of the roundup
in Its early years.
Cain is survived by his son,
Milton: a brother, George, in
Vancouver; eight grandchildren,
Richard M Powell Butlo; Jesso
L. Williams and Carob Taylor,
Salem; Don R.. Culver: Patricia
Knorr, Redmond; Virginia Day;,
Bend: Doris Trautroan, . Wonleih
Wash., and Darlene MorrisprC
Quincy, Wash. There arc 18 great
grandchildren and two great-,
Memhcn of the board of direcT
tors of the Crooked River Round
up Association will attend his fun,
cral in a group to pay their last
Fines assessed
in city court
Harold Gene Urban, 224 Davis,
was lined $27.50 in municipal,
court Monday on a charge of driv-
uig 65 in a 25 mile per hour zone.
In other court cases, Thomas
J. McGuigan, Oakland, Calif., wm
found guilty of vagrancy and fin-,
ed $22.50; William Lee McCoju
344 Delaware, was fined $7.50 on a
charge of allowing an unlicensed'
person to drive a car; and Her
mit A. Nelson, 255 Llnstor Place,
was fined $5 for driving Uie wrong
way on a one-wny stroeL
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