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The Bend Bulletin, Tuesday, May 14, 1963 5
Activltitt tonight include a din
ner meeting of the Central Ore
gon Council of Churches, at 7
o'clock at First Christian Church,
Bend. At 8 o'clock: DeVries Cir
cle, Methodist WSCS, with Mrs.
A. B. Lingerfelt, 658 E. Franklin
Avenue; Eastern Star Grange,
Grange Hall; Conifer Club with
Mrs. Bernard Duberow, Butler
Road; Women of the Moose,
Artlcltt of incorporation have
been filed at the statehouse in Sa
lem for H and N Investments,
Bend, by Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Niel
sen and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ho
gan. The incorporators are own
ers of the Bend Golf Center, and
will also handle other invest
ments. Neighbors of Woodcraft will
meet at 6:30 tonight for dinner
at Sambo's, then proceed to Nor
way Hall for a regular meeting
with officer installations. Mem
bers also will elect representa
tives and alternates for the July
district meeting in Portland.
Evelyn Varney Circle, First
Baptist Church, will meet tonight
at 7:45 with Mrs. R. B. Zimmer
man, 2037 W. 12th. Street. Mrs.
John Haney will have charge of
the program, on "Life on the
Ivory Coast." Mrs. Morris Clark
will lead the devotions service.
Nit-Awy extension unit meets
tonight at 7:30 with Mrs. Steve
Hibbs, 737 Innes Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bishop,
Crescent, are parents of a boy
born early this morning at St.
Charles Memorial Hospital. The
7-pound, 3-ounce baby will be
called Charles Robert.
An open meeting at B o'clock
tonight in the district courtroom
of the courthouse will bring to
gether a team of personnel from
the Oregon State Hospital in Sa
lem. They represent Unit 4, serv
ing the Central Oregon region.
Anyone interested in mental
health problems is urged to at
tend. The Kitchen Quoens, women's
bowling league, will have a des
sert meeting tonight at 8 o'clock
at the Pine Tavern. Officers will
It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Shaw, Chcmult. The 7
pound, 15-ounce child was born
Monday at St. Charles Memorial
Hospital, 'and .has been named
Golden Ago Club is having its
regular Wednesday meeting in the
clubhouse at E. Fifth and Glen
wood. Doors open at noon and
meeting time is 1 p.m. Cards,
games and refreshments will high
light the meeting.
trip is planned
Deer in large numbers are feed
ing adjacent to the Fremont High
way between the Horse Ranch
and Silver Lake these May eve
vnings, and creating a consider
able danger for motorists, accord-
;tn,-rm'it;nn frnm David
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Fredriekson, Oregon State Police
ntt in at of Protvnnt
He drove over the route about
sunset Monday and saw numerous
deer in the area. One deer, badly
injured by a car, was found at
roadside. When approaching cars,
rrariAcnn fnnnH it necessary to
slow down, because deer were
feeding on both sides ot tne nign
r .. cat fiamp fnmmis-
sion personnel in Bend suggests
tnat evening orivus mi" uc
...ill mako it nossible for motor
ists to see the grazing deer. Best
time to view the herds is about
sunset. . .
Local residents wishing to join
in an escorted trip to the area
Wednesday evening can do so by
calling the Bend area office, 382
5113. it crrimnnf ruwilp art inter
ested in the trip, the start from
the game office will be made
about 6:30 p.m.
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Sagebrushers Art Society will
meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the gallery, 831 Roosevelt Avenue.
There will be a lesson for begin
ners, and a setup for those who
wish to do still life sketching or
A square danci will be held
Wednesday evening at the Rim
rockers Hall. Prineville, starting
at 7:30. Joe Herin will call. Re
freshments will be served, and all
square dancers are invited.
George McAllister, former
County roadmaster, and his wife
returned to Bend last week follow
ing a 10-week vacation journey
through California and Mexico.
Using a 27-foot trailer as their
portable living quarters, they vis
ited Sacramento, San Francisco,
San Mateo, El Cerrito, Bakers
field, Barstow, Hesperia, Yucca
Valley, Palm Springs, Downey,
San Diego, Tijuana and Long
Beach. McAllister said it was the
most extensive and enjoyable va
cation in several years.
Central Oregon C B'ers will
meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the
LaPine Community Club will
meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the
LaPine School. It is planned to
have a deputy state fire marshal
present as speaker. AU members
are asked to attend.
Junior Homemakors, 4-H cook
ing and sewing club, met Satur
day afternoon at the home of Rose
Putnam. Other members present
were Gracie Gatchell, Vickie and
Agnes Gardner, Cindy Green,
Karyl and Kristine Yancey, Kar.
en Maston, Cherie Sheffield, Dor
is Trueax, Kathryn Denning, Ed
na Deardorff, Lori Dyer and Lau
rel Thomson. First and second
year members demonstrated the
preparation of cocoa and muffins.
Skyline Squares are having a
regular Wednesday night dance
at 8:30 in the Central Oregon
Beauty College ballroom, with
Russ Kiel calling. Refreshments
are planned and all are invited.
Home Economics Club of East
ern Star Grange will meet Thurs
day at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Mike
Vodvick, Yeoman Road.
Trinity Lutheran Guild will
meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at
the parish hall. All women of the
church, and friends, are invited
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harris had
as guests over the weekend Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Neher, Seattle,
Wash. Mrs. Neher and Mrs. Har
ris were girlhood friends in Vir
ginia. Other recent guests at the
Harris home were Mr. and Mrs.
William Harvey, Summer Lake,
and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harris,
The Homo Economics Club of
Pine Forest Grange will meet at
1:30 p.m. Thursday, with Mrs.
Mattie Ives, 279 Portland Avenue.
Woman's Benefit Association
will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Henry Nel
son, 74 Portland Avenue. Mrs.
Margaret Merritt will be co-hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graves,
Bear Creek Road, had as guests
over the weekend Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Nelson and family, Lake
view. Mr. and Mrs. Graves are
Mrs. Nelson's parents.
VFW Post 1643, and Auxiliary,
Bend; and Post 8138 and Auxili
ary. Sisters, will hold joint in
stallations of officers in the Veter
ans Hall, N. First and Revere, at
8 p.m. Thursday. The serving of
salads, rolls and desserts will fol
low the ceremony.
Pint Forest Grange is conduct
ing a rummage sale this Friday
and Saturday, starting at 9 a.m.
in the Grange Hall. Special fea
tures are children's clothing.
The Rev. Wayne Metx is -in
Bend for a visit with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud H. Metz, and
his father-in-law, Guy McRey
nolds. all of 71 Shasta Place.
Claud Metz is recuperating from
an illness. The clergyman, for
merly of Bend, is rector of an
Episcopal church in Stillwater,
Jobs Daughters will honor their
mothers at a luncheon Saturday,
May 18, at 12 noon at the Masonic
Temple. All bethel members and
their mothers are invited to at
tend Dates have been changed for
Camp Fire Girls' grand council
fires in Deschutes county, it was
Dointcd out by Mrs. Joe Elder,
executive secretary. They will be
Wednesday May 22. at 7:30 p.m.
in the Redmond Union High
School gymnasium, and Friday,
Mav 31. at 8 pm. in the Bend
Hich School gymnasium.
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AT STATE CONVENTION One of the members of the Bend Provisional League of Women
Voters is Mrs. Van Burleigh, left, who is attending the state convention in Portland today.
Checking with Mrs. Burleigh before she left is Mrs. John Stenkamp of the League. Also
attending the meeting are Mrs. George Marshall and Mrs. James Smiley.
In and Out
j of hospitals L
j In Central Oregon L
New patients at St. Charles Me
morial Hospital are Robert D. Os
born, Mt. Vernon; Clyde Arm
strong, 1506 Harmon Blvd.; Eric
Rodney and Nadinc Mitchell, chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mitchell, all Warm Springs; Mrs.
Donald Simonson, 59 McKay;
Mrs. Helen M. Cummins, 1455
Jacksonville; Raymond Stock
dale, 1934 E. Second; Mrs. Carl
J. Larson, 1944 Harriman; Pat
rick Powers, Culver; George
Warn, 517 Woodland; James Goad,
1371 Union; Mrs. Douglas B.
Shaw, Chemult; Mrs. Stella Brew
ster, 520 S. Third; Sandra Harbi
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Harbison, 1032 E. Lafay
ette; Timothy Dedlow, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard G. Dedlow, 1231
Bear Creek, Bend.
Patients dismissed were Tim
othy Dedlow, Mrs. Edna Copen
haver, Sandra Harbison, Glenn
Eidemiller, Wayne Adams, Gary
Robin, Robert Farris, Robert Mc
Mahon, Duanc Furnish.
REDMOND New patients at
Central Oregon District Hospital
are: Mrs. Tom Gregson, Mrs.
Dale Cork, Georgia Harrison,
Mrs. Robert Whitaker, Mrs. Clyde
Dickens, Mrs. Wayne Banay, John
Allen, Redmond; Mrs. Floyd Sel
by, Mrs. John Werner, Madras;
Mrs. William Ransom, F a y e
Buell, Si s t e r s ; Mrs. Joseph
Brown, Camp Sherman; James
Riley, Mrs. Enos Robinson, Ter
rebonne. Dismissed were: Georgia Har
rison, E. G. Mansfield, Mrs.
Thomas Winters, Mrs. Tom Greg
son, Mrs. Richard Boehler, Red
mond; Rosemary Middleton,
James Riley, Terrebonne; Mrs.
Larry Fivecoat and baby girl, Ira
Edison, Madras; Mattie Ashley,
Antelope; Mrs. William Ransom,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Brown
of Camp Sherman are parents of
a son, Joseph Colbert Jr., who
weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce at birth
May 13 at Central Oregon Dis
trict Hospital. Tracy Dean is the
name selected by Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Cork of Redmond for their
son, born May 12. Birth weigiit
was 7 pounds, 1 ounce.
PRINEVILLE New patients
admitted to Pioneer Memorial
Hospital are Mrs. Walter
Mault, Culver: Mrs. Gerald Dan-
zuka, Warm Springs; Mrs. John
Michel, Johnnie Snyder, Mrs.
James Mitchell, Mrs. Park Coker,
Hazel Hankins, Mrs. James Bran
don, Mrs. Tommy Tucker, Robert
Davis, Prineville; Bruce Bicart,
Gary Lewis, Mrs. Jerry Green,
Charles Lewis, Madras.
Released have been Cuthbcry
McGuirc, Madras; Mrs. Ro y
Critchlow, Mitchell; Mrs. Edwin
Leno, Warm Springs: Tom Zcck,
Marian Gittmgs, Cassius Ham-
den, Mrs. Dan Hendrix Jr., Terry
Ireland. David Billsborouph, Mrs.
Price Coshow, Roy Enloe, Erick
Lawson. Mrs. Joe Harkey and
daughter Elisa Marie; Mrs.
James Brandon, Hazel Hankins,
Homer Jahns, Robert Dickman,
Prineville: Mrs. Robert Null and
son Robhin Franklin, Mrs. Walter
Mault and son Walter Leslie,
Culver: Felicia Rhoan, Warm
Sixteen Boy Scouts from the
Kenwood PTA Troop No. 90 turn
ed in a good deed for their com
munity this past weekend when
they cleaned up the rifle target
range at the edge of the Deschutes
National Forest west of Bend,
near the Cascade Lakes Highway.
In three hours' work, the Scouts
collected two trailer loads of de
bris that included many broken
bottles strewn over the grounds.
Also collected were great heaps
of beer cans, boxes, paper, car
tons and other material.
The litter was taken to the city
dump. Debris cleaned from the
area represented an accumulation
of only a part of a year. Season
ally the target range is cleaned.
Heading the boys in their clean
up project were Ted Schattenkerk,
Troop No. 90 scoutmaster, who is
a member of the Deschutes Na
tional Forest Staff in Bend, and
Kenneth Dykeman, assistant
ranger on the Bend district.
Boys joining in the cleanup
project were Paul Gehrman,
Charles Jaynes, Ernest Wick, Don
Bolton, Richard James, Chris
Jaynes, Dennis Brandsma, John
Moore, Stcvie Dykeman, Terry
Brandsma, Tim Smiley, Marvin
Akins, Mike Smiley, Clark Fulton,
Ken Olson and Steve Potter.
Broken glass in the area caused
the Scouts considerable concern
and several boys suffered minor
cuts in collecting the debris.
to open tonight
The City Crusade, evangelistic
effort sponsored by the Free
Methodist Church, opens tonight
at the National Guard Armory in
Bend, to continue through May
26. Services will be held nightly
at 7:30, with afternoon rallies on
the two Sundays, at 3 o'clock, to
be added to the schedule.
The speaker will be the Rev.
O. R. Tessaro of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
who recently completed a three
month crusade in the British
Isles. Mrs. Nicki Stansberry, orig
inally from Wales, will be a spec
ial soloist. She also made the At
lantic trip from the British cru
sade. Other musicians to be featured
on the program are Mrs. William
Pepper, formerly of Bend and
now of Bremerton, Wash., and
Mrs. Byron Jacobson, wife of the
local pastor. Mrs. Pepper sings,
and Mrs. Jacobson is a violinist.
At the opening service tonight,
M. C. Miller of Salem, Conference
leader for the denomination, will
Healing services will be held
both Saturday nights in the series.
At the first Sunday afternoon
service, Tessaro will tell his life
There will be no admission
charge, but free-will offerings will
BOOKED INTO JAIL
Clarence Edwin Polston. 45, of
Modesto, Calif., was booked at the
Deschutes County jail this morn
ing. He appeared before D. L. El
lis in Redmond justice court, on
a charge of operating a motor ve
hicle while under the influence of
A Salute to the
This is National Hospital Week
and I am proud to join in pay
ing tribute to the hospitals and
their staffs for their tremen
dous contribution to the welfare
of communities in our country.
EASTERN OREGON AGENCY
1043 Bond St.
Mabel M. Nance
dies at age 68
Special to The Bulletin
MADRAS Mabel Marie Nance,
68, of 131 W. H Street. Madras,
died Sunday at Central Oregon
District Hospital, Redmond. She
had been a Madras resident 20
Catholic services will be held
Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Ma
dras Evergreen Chapel.
Mrs. Nance was born Feb. 20,
1395, in Brainard, Minn. She is
survived by her husband, Zonie
Nance, Madras; one brother, four
sisters, 15 children, 38 grandchil
dren and 18 great - grandchildren.
Sons are Lawrence J. Hart,
Stevens F. Hart and Fritz Nance,
all of Madras; Bill Nance, Cul
ver; Albert Nance, Redmond; C.
James Hart, Quincy, Wash.; San
ford Nance, Portland; Norris J.
Hart, Las Vegas, Nev., and Ed
ward W. Hart, Springfield. Daugh
ters: Mrs. Willia Freeman, Mrs.
Ivan Olson and Mrs. Jerry Ded-
lofr, all Madras; Mrs. Lorraine
Keffer, Bellflower, Calif.; Mrs.
Jack Crotloy, Portland, and Mrs.
Keith MacDonald, Klamath Falls.
The Rev. Cassien O'Shea, Bend,
will officiate at the service.
Burial will be in Deschutes Me
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE The Queen and
court committee for the Crooked
River Roundup of 1963 has an
nounced a list of rules for con
testants as part of a new method
for the selection of a queen and
court. Joe Shoun is committee
This year, the contest Is an
nounced for all girls interested in
trying out for the court and who
can qualify under the rules form
ed by the committee.
According to the new rules, any
girl who rides may enter if she
will be 17 before August 1, unmar
ried and not more than 22 years
of age. This year, also, each girl
must be sponsored, and must pro
vide her own sponsor as well as
her own chaperon.
Other rules specify that the girl
must provide her own horse and
riding equipment, that the sponsor
must provide a suitable western
riding outfit lor the tryouts at
cost not to exceed $75, must pro
vide two pictures of herself, one
in riding attire and one other.
The entries will close July 1.
Judging will be based on appear
ance, personality and horseman
ship, and the judging will be
done August 8. The 1963 roundup
is August 9-11.
NEVER TOO LATE
READING, England (UPI)-AI
Thorp. 99, has come down with a
case of the mumps.
"Fancy having mumps at my
age. I thought I was safe from it
now," he said Monday. Doctors
said they were puzzled at first
but a second examination confirm
ed the diagnosis.
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results of Bend
The City of Bend's efforts to
formulate a workable street-improvement
policy were advanced
a notch Monday when a planning
commission sub-committee pre
sented its conclusions on a roads
and thoroughfare study.
Basically the study has a two
fold desig.i: to get more of Bend's
dirt streets paved, and to distri-'
bute assessments for paving ex
penses on an equitable basis.
Need for a change in policy be
came apparent after the city lost
its Third Street case in Circuit
Court last year. Property owners
abutting Third Street objected to
paying total assessments for im
Some of the committee's recom
1. Curtail the maintenance of
dirt streets and use the money in
paving programs. Last year the
city paid $17,038.33 on dirt street
maintenance, $16,542.02 on paved I
2. Pave and curb all street im-1
provements, including subdivi-1
sions. Require the paving of all
3. On major street improve
ment programs, assess the abut
ting property owners no more
than one-fourth of total cost; and
no more than three-fourths on mi
4. Open no more dirt streets
without provisions made for pav
ing. Vacate all alleys except those
requested to be opened by peti
tion. 5. In no case should monies pro
vided by the city's general fund
exceed 75 per cent of an Improve
The annual meeting of the Cen
tral Oregon Dairy Herd Improve
ment Association will be held at
the Extension Meeting Room, 7th
& Deschutes Streets, Redmond,
on May 17, starting at 8 p.m. The
Association is composed of own
ers of 22 herds testing under the
DHIA standard plan and 11 under
tho owner-sampler plan, accord
ing to Eugene Brink, Bend, vice-
president of the association.
The association business meet
ing will include issuance of the
annual report for the 1962 year
and the election of directors.
A short program will be pro
vided by candidates for the Cen
tral Oregon Dairy Princess under
the direction of Mrs. Kenneth
Green, chairman of the 1963 Dairy
REDMOND At the regular
City Council session tonight the
planning commission is expected
to present a resolution recom
mending that action be taken to
stop further issuance of permits
for trailer homes in the city limits
except within designated trailer
The resolution was requested
last week by Attorney George
Rakestraw, representing a num
ber of Redmond property owners.
Rakestraw, appearing with Clyde
Resare, Walt McCormick, Leslie
Crane and Ben Jacques, told
members of the planning commis
sion that trailer homes parked in
discriminately about the city are
lowering property values. The four
citizens also expressed their
City Attorney Rupert Park,
present at the session, suggested
that those In favor of the present
setup be given a chance to air
their views, perhaps at tonight's
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PORTLAND (UPII-(USDA) -Livestock:
Cattle 200: mixed good choice
steers 24; few standard-good 20
22: heifers one lot good-choice 82$
lb 23.25; cutter-utility cows 12.50
14.50. Calves 50: few good-choice 200
335 lb 29-30; feeders, small lot
good 300 lb steers 26.
Hogs 150; barrows and gilts
mixed 1-2 at 200-220 lb 17; few
No. 2 at 16-16.50; 2 and 3 grade
PORTLAND (UPI) - Dairy
Egg? To retailers: AA extra
large 39-43c; AA large 38-41c; A
large 37-40c; AA medium 32-37c;
AA small 26 31c; cartons l-3c
Butter To retailers: AA and A
prints 66c; cartons 3c higher; B
Cheese (medium cured) To
retailers: 46-48c; processed Amer
ican 5-10 lb loaf, 43-45C.
PORTLAND (UPI) Potato
Steady; Ore Russets U.S. No 2
3.25-4; sized 2 oz spread 5.00-5.75;
bakers 4.25-4.50; bakers U.S. No 2
S.25-3.50; 50 lb sks No 2 1.00-1.25.
Cake walk plans
made by PTA
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Mrs. Hugh Hart-
man will be In charge of a cake
walk, to be held during the regu
lar meeting of the Redmond Parent-Teacher
at 8 p.m. in the John Tuck
Music will be played by Stanley
Hanson. Funds from tho cake
walk will go to finance PTA proj
Jerry Cork will play a cornet
solo and there will be a number
by a clarinet quartet, members of
which are Chris Hassler, Ellen
Christy, Anne Beckwlth and Mary
During the business session,
Don Cummings will be Installed
as president: Bill Lamborn, vice
president; Mrs. Leonard Downs,
secretary, and Mrs. Gus Meyers,
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Word of death ,
received here ;
Word has been received of the
recent death of Clyde W. Love
land, 72, an early-day resident 67
the Warm Springs - Madras -Bend
Services will be held at 11 a.m;
Wednesday in the Siuslaw Park
Funeral Home in Medford. .
Survivors are his widow, Sara
a son, Orville, and a daughter.
Norma, both of Portland: a stepf
daughter, Irene Pultt, Medford; a
brother, Ross, Madras, and sev'
en grandchildren. Z
CYCLIST KILLED S
CIIILOQU1N (UPD-Leon Craw
ford. 27, Klamath Agency, was?
killed when he was thrown fromi
his motorcycle on the Chiloquinj
Agency Road one mile west ot
here Monday afternoon.
Agent of Month
Steve Jackson, Bend, was recent
ly honored by Management &.
Associates of the New York Life
Insurance Company for out
standing performance and qual
ity service to clients. Mr. Jack
son, who was top producer In
the Salem office district Is a'
qualifying member of the com
pany's top club and holds the
National Quality Award. Be
cause of his fine record of pro-'
viding life, health and pension1
plans to businesses end Individ-;
uels In his community, Steve is
consdered "A GOOD MAN T6
731 Frankln Ave.
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