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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1919)
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'GREAT BENEFIT COMES
j, TO CHILDREN
lUnkofi, Professional nml lliivlncss
Men lvo Groat Aid to Hoys'
unil'flirlV AVork Sropo l
OltEOON AGIUCULTUnAL COL
MiOE, Corvalllu, Dec 4. Oregon
bankers, livestock men, granges, par-ent-toachcr
circles, commercial clubs,
etate aud county 'teachers associa
tions, county court, fair hoards, as
veil as somo other organizations,
heartily support girls and boys club
"work says tho now announcement of
club work prepared In tho oraco or
21. C. Seymour, slate club leador.
Frofcssor Seymour attributes much
of tho success of club work to the
support and encouragement of these
strong business and professional
"Club work trains tho head to
think, plan and reason, tho hands
to bo useful, helpful and skillful, tho
heart to be kind, truo nnd sympath
etic, and tho health to resist disease,
enjoy lifo and make for efficiency,"
says tho report. "Hence it is called
the 4th brand of education.
- "It teaches the individual thrift,
Eclt. reliance nnd business methods,
and develops leaders through cooper
ation and system. It brings tho
homo nnd school together, develops
community Interests and pride, and
nids each community to feed Itself. -
When a study Is mado of tho
things a club must do in order to
beeonio standard, the reasons for
theso developments arc seen.
Hero is tho list:
At least Ave members must work
on the same project.
They must be In charge of an adult
The club must have a full set of
It must have a definite plan ot
i It must hold at least six meetings
It must hold an annual exhibit of
It must have a demonstration team
of three' members and givo at least
one public demonstration.
it must choose a Judging team by
competition between Its members.
At least 70 per cent of Its mem
bers must complete the work and
file final report'.
S It must hold an achievement' day
nt tho close of tho club year.
, It must tako out membership In
the county farm bureau.
Where standard clubs cannot bo
formed a plan of individual enroll
ment has been provided so that any
child In Oregon between tho ages of
member and get tho benefit of tho
instruction, training nnd culture that
come from well regulated club work.
uuuAtra anu omcr uusiness men
assist by londlng money for purchaso
of puro bred livestock, by donating
.funds to pay winners of champion
ships and by entering In(o tho spirit,
organizations and projects of club
work in their communities. State
champions aro provided free trips to
tne state agricultural college for n
short course. Many local societies
also finance trips to the coilego
where tho local champions may get
tho boneflt of residence Instruction
for a short courso.
Projects for next year comprise
corn growing, potato growing, vege
table gardening, poultry raising,
pork production, sheep raising, calf
raising, dairy herd record, canning,
canning contests, home making,
eewlng, cookery, rabbit raising, homo
boautlflcation, and milk goats. .
RED CROSS SALE OF
SEALS BEGINS SOON
Proceeds to bo Vhcd In Fighting
TupcrculoulH AmonK EScrvJce
Men and Ilcjccted Soldlere.
Red Cross ucals aro to be placed
on sulo In Bend early in Decomber,
is itho announcement mudo by J. D.
Donovan, who In cooperation with an
American Legion committee headed
,by JC. E. Snwyor, Is directing tho
nalo this year. Tho receipts, Mr.
Donovan states, aro to bo used In
general in tho fight against tuber
culosis, but moro particularly in the
treatment of mon discharged from
tho service who contracted tho 'rffs!
caso or havo been gessed, .and for
those- who attempted to enlist and
who wore rejected because of tuber-
"It Jo chleJy an Amorlonn Region
nffnliV Mr," Donovan Bald, "nnd" 1
wish this dofhJJtely understood so
As It Is As It Seems
The Road In New Overland 4 on
Three-Point Cantilever Springs
introduction of the Overland 4
. "7'OU expect a bad road to ride as it looks. It did
I until the introduction of the Ovci
' Overland 4 docs not change the road, but it does
change the maimer in which you can ride on it. It
gives you comfort instead of discomfort. It gives
you a smooth, sailing sensation instead of bouncing
' The Diagonal attachment of Three-Point Canti
? lever Springs at the ends of a 130-inch Springbase gives
long wheelbase road steadiness. xctOvcrland
4 retains all the advantages lightness, econ-
1 oi7,andcasofhandling,of 100-inch wheelbase.
This means an altogether new standard of riding
comfort, a noteworthy reduction in the wear and tear
which lessens the efficiency of a car. The new springs
give longer life to every part and thus minimize up
keep and replacement costs.
Tires wear longer because cushioned against
hammering blows. Light weight means marked econ
omy in gas, oil and running expense.
Overland 4's equipment is complete from Aufrr
Lite Starting and Lighting to Demountable Rims. j
Come in and sec this remarkable car. Ask for L
booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster, $845; I
Coupe, $1325; Sedan, $1375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo, '
V iM JJJ if
PIONEER GARAGE CO., BEND, OREGON
that 'people who buy the
know exactly what their
A committee of Hend womon,
whose names will be announced
later, will assist in handling the sale
of Christmas seals In tho city,
Zerolene is correctly
refined from selected
California crude oil. It
meets with scientific ac
curacy the lubrication
needs of all types of au
tomobile engines. Get a
Chart for your car.
LODGE IS PLEDGE
TO BUY BABY BONDS
Flfty-nlno mcmbnra of tho Elks
lodgo havo plodded U,000 In war
savings stamps, It was announced
on Saturday by Secrotury J, 11,
Hnnor, who oxpectH a total of $10,
000 from tho 200 mon composing
Ilond Lodgo. Aside from theso, how
ever, pledges are coming In slowly
to meet tho 1,919 quota,
For tho boneflt of those who are
t Btlli holding their plodgo cards, Post
master W. II. Hudson reports that
thero Is an nmplo supply of baby
bondH on hand, 130,000 worth of
war savings stumps and $1,2G0 In
thrift stamps, at tho Iiond postofflco.
In tho ynnra that tho war was In pro
gress, purchases nt tho local ofllco
avoragod $10,000 a.. month.
It Is known that some species of anr
penis lay pkip, nn farmer often plow
tlifin up, nuil upon trcnlni them they
find thu tnhryo Kiiuke wltlitn tho lentil
cry covering. Tho eisnn of the rami
HpcclfM vary In xlr.it nml shape, hut nro
lwnH oval, As u ruta It is tho con
Htrlclliiff snake, or thnso which kill
thrlr prey by wiupexlpg It, that lay
eggs? such as thu black snake, boa con
v r v r v 'v v
W. R. Speck, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Bend, Ore.
BRICK vs, OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
g? BEND. BRICK &. LUMBER jCO.