The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, May 14, 1962, Page 5, Image 5

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The Bend Bulletin, Monday, May 14, 1962
Here and
Actlyiti.i tonight at 1 include I Mr. and Mr.. Jk, 1564
the following: intern Star, Ma- Division Street, are Darents nf a
sonic lemple; Knights of Pythias, j boy born Saturday at St. Charles
Library Auditorium; Mid-Oregon
Music Teachers Club, teen-age re
cital, St. Thomas parish hull,
A girl was born recently at St.
Charles Memorial Hospital to Mr.
and Mrs. Leal V. Pedro, 935 E.
Ninth Street. The baby weighed 7
pounds, 15 ounces, and has been
named Florence Lynn.
Los Amigos Club will meet 7:30
tonight at the home of Mrs. Mave
Her, 337 E. Emerson Avenue.
Gltn Vista extension unit will
hold its last meeting of the year
Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the
home of Mrs. Charles Bigelow,
old Bend-Redmond Highway.
Dtnnis R. Douglass, A3-C, left
Sunday evening for security serv
ice training at Goodfellow A i r
Force Base, San Angelo, Tex. He
spent a week s leave at home with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howell
Douglass. 605 Columbia Street,
after completing basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San An
tonio, Texas.
Trinity Episcopal Guild will
meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Phil F. Brogan, 1426
Harmon Boulevard.
i Dorothy Hamre, a member of
Ihe Sagebrushers Art Society, sold
a painting at the recent all-member
exhibit and sale of Oregon
Art Alliance, at The Village
Green, Cottage Grove, and Eu
gene. The painting, an oil, was
titled "Meditation."
Epsilon Sigma Alpha will hold
its Founder's Day banquet, with
installation of officers, Tuesday at
6:30 p.m. at the Thunderbird.
Circlt 1 mombars. Catholic Al
tar Society, will meet Tuesday at
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gott
lieb Baer, 974 Riverside Boule
vard. Mrs. Mark Bliven will be
Mark E. Latta, radioman third
class in the Navy, is serving
aboard the submarine USS Trum
petfish, which arrived in Ply
mouth, England, April 21, for her
first port of call during a deploy
ment In northern European wa
ters. Latta is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alonzo E. Latta, Route 1,
Bond chapter members. Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. with
Mrs. Robert Lyons, 1349 E. 12th
Street. Officers will be elected
and Installed.
Circle No. 4, Catholic Altar So
ciety, will meet on Tuesday, May
15, at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Peter
Alwinger, 1175 Columbia.
Golden Age Club will have a
delayed celebration of Mothers'
tay. with a potluck luncheon
Wednesday at 12 noon at the club
house, E. Fifth and Glenwood
Drive. Single men are asked to
;ake either rolls or butter. There
vill be a short business meeting
after the luncheon.
American Red Cross said Thurs
day it has sent food to 23 U.S.
citizens being held prisoner by
Ihe Fidel Castro government in
Memorial Hospital. The hahv
weighed 8 pounds. 7 ounces, and
lias been named Patrick Marks.
Daughters of the Nile will have
a dinner meeting Wednesday,
May 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Eimer Hudson, 434 Kan
sas Avenue. Mrs. George Mc-
Cormack will be co-hostess. A si
lent auction will be held.
Neighbors of Woodcraft will
meet 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Norway Hall. Mrs. Farley Elliott
is hostess.
James C. Jappert, Bend, air
man apprentice in the U.S. Navy,
is serving with Air Anti-Submarine
Squadron 37 at the North Is
land Naval Air Station, San Die
go. Jappert, a former Bend High
School student, is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert C. Jappert, 244
Miller Avenue. He entered the
service last January.
Election of Officers will be held
by the University of Oregon Moth
ers Club Wednesday, May 16, at
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lowell
McMeen, 1648 W. Fifth Street.
This will be the last meeting of
the year. All members are asked
to be present.
Pythian Sisters will meet Thurs
day, May 17, at 8 p.m. at the Li
brary Auditorium.
Kennel set up
for sled-dogs
Special to The Bulletin
SISTERS A Sisters school
teacher and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Keller Jr., have
established one of the few sled
dog kennels in Oregon, at Sisters.
They are raising Siberian Husk
ies. The business is known as Igluk
Kennels. ("Igluk" was the Eski
mo god of fun.)
The Kellers now have six adult
dogs, Uiree of whom were used
in the dog-sled mail run from
Hoodoo Bowl recently. One of the
females gave birth to five pups
several days ago.
The Kellers have been acquir
ing Huskies since last August. A
building is now under construc
tion on their property.
Welcome Wagon
hostess named
Mrs. O. L. Beedon of Bend is
the new "Welcome Wagon" host
ess for the local area. She return
ed several days ago from Pasa
dena, Calif., where she completed
a course of preparatory training
for tlie position.
Mrs. Beedon and her husband,
a retired Forest Service staff
member, live at 1165 Jones
Road. They have been Bend resi
dents five years.
Mrs. Beedon is one of Welcome
Wagon's approximately 5,000 host
esses who are making approxi
mately a million calls annually on
families in the United States,
Puerto Rico and in the provinces
of Canada, embracing more than
2,000 cities.
Mrs. Beedon, on behalf of her
sponsors, will take religious and
civic information to the families
on whom she calls, along w ith her
basket of gifts.
Victim of dam
tragedy came
to Bend in 1953
Robert Laurence Clinton, 34,
one of the two men w ho died Sat
urday midnight in an accident at
Round Butte Dam west of Mad
ras on the Deschutes River, was
a native of Whitten, Ark., where
he was born on Feb. 20, 1928. He
had been a resident of Bend since
Immediate survivors include his
widow, Leora, and his father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Clinton, Redmond. A brother. Lee
Clinton, also lives in Redmond,
as does a second brother, Allen
Clinton. Another brother, Bobbie
Joe Clinton, is serving in the U.S.
Navy, and at present is in San
Diego, Calif.
Surviving sisters are Mrs. Vern
on Collins, Yakima. Wash.: Pau
la and Mary Faye Clinton, both of
The Niswonger & Reynolds
Chapel in Bend is in charge of
funeral arrangements. They had
not yet been completed this after
noon. (Also see story on page 1.)
In and Out
4 of hospitals
3 In Central Oregon i-
New patients at St. Charles Me
morial Hospital are Mrs. Dave
Dalton, 320 Staats: Mrs. Chester
Blevens, Blakely Road; Michael
Engelhardt, 464 W. Railroad;
Clarence Dunkle, 16 Kansas; Mrs.
Pearl Rhoades. Highway 97; Mrs.
Barton Merrifield, Blakely Road:
Jesse Gayley, 421 E. 10th: Boyd
McKinnis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William McKinnis, Silver Lake;
Paul Billings, Spray; and Mrs.
Robert Russell, Burns.
Recently dismissed were Ann
Peterson, Welborn Parker, Mrs.
Walter Miller, Virgil Roth, Ern
est Walker. Martin Loken, Fred
Giluier, Mrs. LeRoy Palmer, Mrs.
Evan Pierce, Bennie Dexter, Ot
to Grover, Mrs. Richard Ward
and Mrs. Mary Grimes, all of
Bend; William McKinnis, Silver
Lake; Mrs. Annie Smith, Warm
Springs; Leo Gaston, Redmond;
Norrie Green, Gilchrist; and
Michael Meanus, Warm Springs.
Newspaper fund
fellowship goes
to Miss Lewis
Special to The Bulletin
NEW YORK, N.Y. The News
paper Fund today announced that
fellowships for summer study in
journalism have been awarded to
465 high school and junior college
Teachers receiving grants in
clude 13 from Oregon. One of the
Oregonians is Miss Adele Ray
Lewis, Prineville, who will attend
a seminar at the University of
California, at Berkeley.
This is the fourth year of tlie
grants, which are made possible
through gifts of Tlie Wall Street
Journal. In 1959, 131 teachers
studied in the program; in I960.
316 were recognized with fellow
ships, and in 1961, there were 428
Paul Swensson, executive direc
tor of The Newspaper Fund, said
this increase reflects "growing
interest in journalism at the high
school and junior college level
and the willingness of teachers to
broaden their professional train
ing for service in this field."
Cattle 1100; mixed-good choice i
steers IWMIOO lb 27-27.50; 825 lb!
heifers mostly choice 26.50; utility-commercial
cows 13.50-18; can-ner-cutti-r
12-15; small lot good
choice feeder steers 685 - ?25 lb
Calves 150; good-choice vealcrs
26-30; most medium good feeder
c.ilves 24-28; some good 430 lb
steer calves included at 28.
Hogs 800: 1 and 2 2O0-23O lb
butchers 18-18.25; few 2 and 3
grade 16.50-17; 1 and 2 sows 350
lb 16.
Ore. local Russets No 1A 100 lb
3.75 . 4.00; Deschutes Russets No
1A 4.00-4.75; 6-14 oz 4.35; bakers
8.35: Idaho Russets No 1 2.25-2.50.
Larson funeral due on Tuesday
SWANS DOWN white, yellow or devils food
ib 39c
reg. or drip
49' c 98'
snowdrift 3-lb. tin
fresh, crisp headj C3.
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Special to Tht Bullttln
PRINEVILLE Funeral serv
ices for Axel Emanuel Larson. 64.
will be held May 15, at 2 p.m. day
light saving time. Burial will be
in Juniper Haven cemetery and
tlie Rev. Kirsten Baalsen will of
ficiate. Mr. Larson died May 12. at Pio
neer Memorial Hospital. He was
born March 23. 1893. at Sunne,
Sweden, and came to America
some years later. He had worked
at the Ochoco Lumber Co. for tlie
23 years ill which he has lived In
Prineville. He came to this com
munity from Coeur d'Alcne, Ida
ho. He was a member of Our Sav
iour's Lutheran Church, and a
menilxT of tlie Eagles lodge.
Survivors are his widow, Dag
ney: a son Lloyd, Eugene: a
brother tiut, Mctalinc Falls,
Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Esther
Johnson of Coeur d'Alcne and
Mrs. Elsa Felk who lives in Sweden.
Eggs To retailers: AA etra
large 40-44c; AA large 37-42c; A
large 36-39c; AA medium 32-38c;
AA small 24 30c; cartons l-3c
LONDON (UPD - Mike Wicks
will have a rabid fan in the
stands today when he takes tlie
field for lluddersfield in tlie rug
by league cup final.
Mrs. Wicks has dyed her hair
claret and gold tlie Hudders
field colors.
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