The Bend Bulletin from Bend, Oregon on June 1, 1953 · Page 6
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The Bend Bulletin from Bend, Oregon · Page 6

Bend, Oregon
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Monday, June 1, 1953
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Th Bend Bulletin, Bend. OregonMonday. June 1, 1953 Banquet Closes Convention Here By Optometrists More than 200 optometrists and guests looked on as new officers of the Oregon Optometric associa tion were installed at a banquet 'Saturday, marking the climax of a tour-aay spring meeting in tsena. ' , Speoial lnstalinlg officer for the ceremony was Di'. L. R. Burdette or SMem, past president of the as-- . soclation and former national pres ident oi ine American upiomeiric . association. Dr. Carol Pratt. Forest Grove, was installed as president and will take over his duties July l. ' Dr., Pratt also was one of three featured lecturers speaking at the 1 ' meetings on phases of optometry. . . Officers Listed -Other new officers are Dr. Roy . Clunes, Albany, first vice-president; Dr. Terry Pace,-Lebanon, second vice-president; Dr. Max H. Frietf-' man. Portland, secretary-treasurer, . and Dr. John Easly, Ontario, and Dr. T. W, Sahlstrom, Albany, mem- , . bers at-iarge of the board oi di rectors.'.-, - .. ..... State officers -of the Women auxiliary were installed at the an nual state luncheon earlier on Sat urday,1 with - Mrs. Glenn : Patch, i ' Portland, a practicing optometrist, officiating. Mrs. Max H. Friedman Portland, was installed as presi dent, Serving with her for me com , tout year will be Mrs. Robert Hurl- , burt, McMlnnvllle, first vice-presl- : dent; Mrs. I . Winston smitn, uranta Pass,- second vice-president; Mrs. . D. T. Jans, Forest Grove, third vice-president, . and Mrs. George H. Butterfield, ; Portland, '. secretary- treasurer - Dr. Harry J. Fredericks. Klam ath Falls, retiring president of the association, was awarded a plaque in recognition ot his work. Final tally of a golf tournament held Friday at the Bend golf club for association delegates and their wives showed Dr. Henry Schumacher of Vancouver,. Wash., as winner. Dr. scnumacner is an active member of both the Oregon and Washington Optometric asso ciations. . -;-. " 1 1 Li - 8EAC0INQ JEEP U. S. Marines are soldiers of the sea, so it's only appropriate that they have a seagoing jeep. It's the Mighty Mitt, pictured here during tests in the Potomac River near the Quantico, Va., Marin base. The Mite Is kept afloat by four -Inflated rubber tubes. It is propelled and steered by the wheels. The oversized notches on the tire treads are big enough to act a "paddle wheels" nd move the vehicle forward or back. In Train Wreck SUPERIOR, Mont., June 1 (IB Two persons injured in a wreck of the Milwaukee Road electric streamliner Olvmoia Hiawatha were reported to be in serious condition today.- '? i : ';:V--. . ' . At least 16 other persons were treated for injuries suffered in the accident yesterday and a total of SO persons were checked for injuries.-:- -., -, -. The Tacoma-to-Chicago electric streamliner jumped the track and caught fire in a shower of sparks from downed power lines. , v Of the 100 passengers, 75 were reported to be servicemen and 25 civilians. Most of them were sleeping at the time ot the derailment. Other Injuries Minor ' - Two persons reported as "stretcher cases" by the Missoula sheriff's office were Edna Dewey, Tacoma, and Milton Hays, Chicago. Injuries of the other 16 persons treated were reported not serious. Rescue work was impeded by the broken electric wires which lay on the ground. The train, to which they furnished power, dragged them down as it left the track. CULVER. June 1 A happy Me morial Day reunion was enacted shortly after sunup at the Cove failsades state park, when Arthur Redman. Jr.. 6. and fienree Dickenson, 4, were united with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Redman sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dickenson, Portland, after searching parties had spent the night looking for them In the deep canyon. After the evening meal around a campflre, Arthur and Georee decided on a stroll of exploration. They climbed .over rock debris left by a great slide. When the sun descended ' behind the Cas cades, the shadows of the gorge turned to darkness and the boys realized they were lost. They curled up in a nook, and were soon sound nslflen. Thpv stent tin. in sunsnine oi memorial uav awakened them. .-, Thev were sighted, from a trail along the river bank and restored to their rejoicing parents. Their discover ers were two Portland fishermen. Elmer Buckhorn and Kenneth Klarquist. Prineville Picks V Pageant Princess ' PRINEVILLE, June 1. The choice of her fellow senior students, Neva Jo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goodrich, was named as princess of the Crook County high school for the annual Mir ror Pond water pageant at Bend juiy -J. Miss uoooncn is Known statewide for her skill as a seam stress,. -As a 4-H club exhibitor she has won top awards at Crook county and state fairs, and at the Pacific International , Livestock exposition with her garments, Her father is Cook county as sessor. . Civic .-organizations here are mulling participation In the Bend water pageant with a float. Pioneers Make ans For Picnic WEED HOLIDAY SET MADRAS. June 1 The annual Weed Holiday" of Jefferson coun- wiu De observed Tuesday, June beginning at 8 a.m. It is ex pected that around 500 of the mem bers of farmers' and business men's families will participate in uie eveni, aimed at Keeping the small seeds fields of the North unit irrigation district free of weeds. The weed seeds are a threat tb, production of- certified quality Because or tneir pollution, . Bulletin Classified Ada Bi-Lig MADRAS. Juno 1 Mrs. h: M. Horney. president of the Jefferson County Pioneer association, organized-last yoar, has called a meeting of the. 55 members at the court house here next Thursday night fo1'! a discussion of -plans of an annual-reunion and picnic. Mrs. Horntfy announced that she had named the following committees: Executive committee. Howard Turner, T. A. Power and Mrs. Fred Rodman ; proKram. Mrs. John Campbell, and Mrs. Gus Ramsey, Mrs. fritz Hanerstich; general ar rangements, John Campbell, Pow er, Henry A. Dussault. Sr., Mrs. Hazel Brown and Turner; coffee, Andrew Morrow, Fritz Haberstich, Lloyd Luelling, Mrs. Howard Turner and Mrs. Dena Clasefi; queen selection, Mrs. Power, a tea Hodman and Mrs. Ward Farroll. Basic research Is essential to continued progress in atomic en evgy. ' - Will Make Tour PRINEVILLE, Juni 1 -.The Crook County Hereford Breeders association will conduct a tour of Hereford cattle ranches In Crook and Deschutes counties Wednesday nnd Thursday. June 17 and 18. Jack McCaffery. young Powell, Butte rancher and choirman of the ovent for the association, who has been assisted by Gus Woods, Crook county agent, reported yesterday that the itinerary of the tour win be as follows: , Moraine of first day 8:30 to 9:15 a.m., Normandalo ranch; 9:25 to 10, J. R. Breese & Sons, Pilot Butte ranch; 10:10 to 10:40, Ward & Lee Rhoden ranch; 10:50 to 11:30, Claude F. Williams and Dan Roberts; 11:30 to 12 m., Roscoe Hopper: and 12:30 to 2 p.m., Burns and Alice Montgomery, where lunch will be held. , Afternoon of first day 2:15 to 2:45, J. A. Cain & Son; il:5U to 3-2fi. Georee Sieman: 3:30 to 4, Claude Butler; 4:10 to 4:40, Bettis Smith; 4:45 to 5, UucKner. Bros. Thursday morning 8:30, to 9, , Joe Turner & Sons; 9:10 to 9:40, Darrell Dickson; 9:50 to 1UU, tsen McFarland & Son; 10:3U to Jack McCaffery,; where lunch will be held. , Thursday arlernoon i :uu to 1:30 Oregon Hereford ran"h, just north of Bend; 2:30 to 3; Keldano ranch at LaPine; 3:15 to 4, Carey & Belly Stearns, LaPine and 4:30 to 5, Wagon Wheel ranch, LaPine. Thnso nn the tour are asked to carry lunches. The committee will provide coffee, cream and sugar. Prineville Rail Shipments Higher PRINEVILLE. June 1 C. C. McGlenn, manager of the City of Prineville railway, reported yester day that the shipments over the municipally owned line are running tar ahead of last year. Records reveal that for the first five months of 1953, the line handled a total of 3,697 cars as compared with 3,- 110 for 1952. Lumber, tne cnier traffic volume, reached 3,298 cars as compared with 2,759 for 1952. Durinc Mav the city-owned rail line rolled 658 cars of pine lumber as compared with 573 last year for May. The total carlondings for May this year were 706 cars; 626, 195V!. i . Film Director Takes Own Life HOLLYWOOD, June 1 (IB-A doc tor said today that film director, Richard Rosson, 60, who was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning, had been 111 with an African fever lor a year. The physician said he had not diagnosed the ailment and Rosson had been unaDie to get reuei. Rosson's wife, Vera, discovered the body yesterday in the family car parked in tne garage oi tneir Pacific Palisades home. The coroner's office listed the death as suicide. ' ' BUDGET APPROVED MADRAS. June 1 With only 67 voting, les than 10 per cent of the 694 registered, citizens flere the past week affirmed a budget of $157,815.99 for administration of the 'city government for the fiscal year, 1953-54. The vote stood 54 to 13 for the budget. - A vote wfes required because the sum was in excess of the six per cent limitation by $32,063.68. All of 4he e a r 1 y-flowerlng shrubs, such as f orsy thla. should be pruned before the end of May. Seven Red Cross Seven new American Red Cross volunteers were accredited at a recent meeting In Bend at which Mrs. Kenneth B. Hall, Portland, director of volunteer groups, conducted orientation classes.! The volunteers, all of Bend, were the Mesdames Lois Haines, Bobbie Erickson, Vi. Niebergall, Helen Hemingway, Ann Stewart, Ona Larson, and Ruth Stover. Present: for the meeilng also were Mrs. Lou Stipe, ; Mrs. - Joan - Jones, . Mrs. Marion LeBlano, vice-chairman Of volunteer' groups; Mrs. Lodema Settlemyer, chairman "of that group; Mrs. Eileen Meagher, canteen chairman; Mrs.' Mary Sehuel er, home service chairman, and two canteen volunteers; Mrs. . W i) da Hinkle and Mrs. Hilda Weber: Also present were Mrs. Clara T. Taylor, chapter executive secretary and B.C. Fundingsiand; chapter chair man.- -1 - ;.. ' : ' The orientation meeting was held at Brooks hall. Trinity Eplsconal cnurch. Refreshments were served. Prineville Sets Roundup Program ' June 1 '. Thor oughbreds will canter at the track of the Crooked River rounuun Sunday, June 14, it was announced yesterday by O. O. Hagedorn, druggist here and owner-enthSsiast. The raco meet here, without benefit of parl-mutuel betting, will begin-at 1:30 p.m.' Hagedorn says it Is a kind of preview of central Oregon horses before the approaching race meet at Portland Meadows. The following men will enter horses at the roundup track meet: Jack Patterson, Jim Oakes, Ward Rhoden, lliiroiu rimin ."iiB dorn. v .' . ". - '"' " , TAKEN TO BURNS " A man held In custody at Des-chutes county jail since April 25 for a parole violation, toduy was. turned over to Harney county of. ficiuls at Burns to face charges of obtaining money by lulse pretences. Herbert L. Wheeler, the 31-year-old violator- from Hampton, was taken to Burns by Fritz A. Kramer district parole and probation officer. Details of the Harney county warrant were unavailable today. " ' - ' WIRING Residential ' Industrial v Controcrlnq . i ;s ssas lip 4 Z4-hotu Service 86 Month To F FINES IMPOSED RT?rvMniMrv .Tiinp 1 Twn nharcres of truck overload were handled by j Justice of the peace, Donald Ellis, I in Redmond justice court last weeK. Edwin R. Learn, Sisters, driver for- Harold Barclay Logging, was fined $115.50 on May 26. On May 27 William M. Peratt, Huntington Park, Calif., posted $44.50 bail for overload. President Gets Two Resignations WASHINGTON. June 1 (tB-Presi- dent Eisenhower today accepted the resignation of carl K. Uray, Jr., as head of the Veterans Administration. -The White House said that Gray, a holdover from the Truman administration, - resigned because of Illness',' His resignation becomes effective June 30. The President also accepted the resignation of Richard B. McEnttre as a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission, effective immediately. He asked to be i-e-lieved of his post for what the White House described as "Ilnan clal reasons." Many Oregonians Natives of State WASHINGTON. June 1 (B-Near- ly one-half of Oregon's population in the 1950 census was made up of native-Dorn uregonians, tne Bureau ot Census revealed today. Of the state's population of 1.521 341 persons, 609,105 said they were born in Oregon. A total of 1,431,-205 were listed by the bureau as native-born Americans. - The largest number of American- bom came from the state of Wash ington, with a total of 88,265. MUKATU TOKAY 2ST Central Oregon's Dairy Foods NATURES GOODNES . . . at its BESTS THIS IS DAIRY MONTH The month of June has been named as DAIRY MONTH in recognition of one 'of Oregon's major industries. Dairy products keep your food budgets down and your health standards up. mtMTMtM WWW m CtlMMU Support an Industry That Supports Centra! Oregon .... ualrymg In central uregon is a major industry. Hundreds of poisons ait; furnished steady, well-paying jobs , . , dairying enriches this area's economy with a cash income of more than $1,500,000 annually. In your home use MILK . . . BUTTER .... CREAM Each provides vou with nature's goodness at its BEST! Central Oregon MiSk Producers Association Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties Shop Penney's MOW For v Summer White Goods Savings New Low Price Penco Sheets 81x108 ...w....2.39 72x108 -.2.1? 42x56 eases 49 Pencale Sheets 81x108 ..... .2.79 72x108 ..........2.4? 42x38 cases ...... .59 Nation-Wide Colored Sheets 81x108 ..........2.59 72x108 .. ....2.39 42x26 cases 55 Pencale Colored Sheets 81x108 ..........3.39 72x108 3.19 42x36 cases ....... .55 Pencb Tailored Sheets Full .......2.59 Twin 2.29 Mattress Protectors Full size ....3.59 Twin Size ...2.69 - ' Foam Rubber Pillows Regular Size .... .4.98 Heavy Chenille Bedspreads Doubles 4.98 100 Goose Down Pillows, 11.75 e3. i inu 'i'.'..i.'wiu w.ih; .(M.unwwmnm-w-M ..iupi r I W ' 1 ' Wear -wonderful NATION-WIDE SHEETS PENNEY'S OWN FAMOUS MUSLIN QUALITY! $.99 Ask the woman who has them! She'll tell you better than we can what Nation-Wides mean to her budget. You can use them day in day out... launder them as often as you please, their iron constitution means long, money-saving service for you. Stock them up in every size NOW! 72x107 1.77 42x36 cases -H. .... I I 22 x 44" BATH TOWELS 66 cnDtcr SJ"" GOLD "6HTNIN6 PINK FOREST GREEN RADIANT ROSE WHITE PINK LILAC ROCKET BLUE , ;Vv Summer means a' bigger run on your towels! What , break to find famous Cannes at this fecial price. See the thick-looped terry, the sturdy underweave, the vibrant colors. Buy them in every size, in ensembles. Ix26"....36 12X12" CLOTHS.... DeLuxe Cannon Towels 22x44 (Bath towel) 16x26 (Hand towel) 12x12 M Wash cloth) ..1.79 ....98 ....35 Connon Towels 16x26 (Hand towel) ..." '! 12X12 (Wash cloth 1 vw

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