The Bend Bulletin from Bend, Oregon on June 13, 1959 · Page 5
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Bend, Oregon
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Saturday, June 13, 1959
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T The Bend Bulletin, Saturday, June 13, 1959 5 Briefs Mr. and Mrj. P. W. Staats, 804 ' E. Third Street, had as guests this weak Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hope of Freer, Texas. Hope is Mrs.' Staats' brother. , ; I Major John E, Prentica of tile U. S. Air Force Reserves is to at-1 tend an officers' command school part of this summer at Montgom-i ery, Ala. Prentice, member of the Bend school system, will be accompanied by his family. Activities tonight include I h e following: Spaghetti supper at Eastern Star Grange hall, 6-8 p.m.; square dance at Deschutes schoolhouse, 8:30; "commencement ball" at Moose hall, 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vandevert were in Bend this morning from the "Old Homestead" in the up-river country. J. S. Kajserman, Redmond, was installed as grand standard bearer, in concluding ceremonies of the 109th annual communication of the grand lodge, AF&AM, June 10-12 in Portland. Circle 1 members, Catholic Altar Society, will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Kath-erine Duffy, 902 Broadway Avenue. Miss Inez Melarvie will be co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Loggan were in Burns today attending the annual meeting of the Harney County Pioneers. Loggan's aunt, Mrs. Rose Howser, Harney resident since 1883, is queen of the association. Licensed Practical Nurses of Central Oregon association will meet Wednesday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m. at Sunset Home. Jerry E. Puckett, U. S. Army-private, recently arrived in Germany and is now a member of the Fourth Armored Division. The 20-year-old soldier is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie E. Puckett, Route 1, Prineville. A driver in Company D of the division's 41st infantry in Ulm, Puckett entered the Army last November and com- Larson services held on Friday Funeral serviced for Kenneth Ray Larson, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Larson, Gilchrist, were held Friday morning at the Gilchrist Catholic Church. The boy died Monday night at St. Charles Memorial Hospital, where he was taken lor treatment of an aeutc lung condition. The Rev. William Coughlan officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were Ross Cady, Wallace Howey, James Sample and "Gerald Warren. In addition to his parents, the boy is survived, by three brothers at home, two in California and one in the Air Force in Texas. One grandmother lives in Portland, the other in California. Burial was in Sherwood. Oregon. Woman killed in mob action CIUDAD BOLIVAR. Venezuela (UPD A woman was killed and 10 persons, were injured Friday when police fought off a mob trying to seize members of ousted dictator Marcos Perez Jiminci when they were brought to court for trial. The mob attacked the prisoners apparently under the mistaken impression they wcre to be set free. Police drove them back with rifle fire. The woman killed was a school teacher. NOISE BRINGS EGGS OTTAWA " (UPD Conservative Harold Hicks said in Parliament Friday that noise from planes using the Abbotsford, B.C., airport was scaring local chickens into laying two egg a day instead of the one they used to produce. c jTRAItWAvy M O fTT 2 SLSJdTF Here and There pleted basic training at Fort Hood. Texas. He attended Crook County High School before entering the service. Eastern Star Stitchers 4-11 sewing club met Thursday at the home of the leader, Mrs. Kenneth Dresser. Members present were Janice Dresser, Linda Dresser, Vivian Hunter and Jeanette York. Susan Wood was a visitor. The girls worked on sewing projects, including place mats for Sunset Home. June 23 is Uie date set for a model meeting. Norman Whitney, supervisor of music in the Bend school system; Dallas Quick, who heads the music department of Central Oregon College, and Joe Haugcn, mem ber of the music faculty of the I Bend school system, are to attend j the Fred Waring choral school at j the University of Oregon this coming week. The school will Inst for ' a full week, with classes through the day and in the evening. and Out of hospital in Central Oregon BEND Admitted to St. Charles Memorial Hospital yesterday were Sally and Michael Hrdlicka, tonsillectomy, children of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hrdlicka, 713 East 12th; Mrs. Kent Houghton, Portland; Arnold Ellis, Bend Trailer Court; Dean Palmer, 1101 Federal; Alfred Derrick, Route 2, Box 322; and baby Sterling George, 6-month old son of Mrs. Lorctta Tcwee, Wafm Springs. Dismissed were Mrs. Albert Jcnisch and Mrs. Joseph Quamp, Mrs. Lyman Falk, James Means and Donald Wachter, all Bend. Mrs. Robert Coats, 1270 Trenton Avenue, and baby girl, went home today from the maternity floor. REDMOND Admitted to the Central Oregon District Hospital on Thursday and Friday were Mrs. LaVern Shim-anck of Fossil; Mrs. Curtis Bon-ney, Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs. Roger Barnett of Redmond; Mrs. James W. Lais and Mrs. Luther May of Culver; and Roy Ilydcr of Mctolius. '. Dismissed were Mrs. Cloy Dyk-stra of Terrebonne: Mrs. Charles Knight of Warm Springs; Mrs, Helen Schccl, Mrs. Floyd I). Knorr ; and baby girl of Redmond; Mrs. i August Rcstcrcr of Camp Sher man and Mrs. Mary Seigman of I Madras. PRINEVILLE Special to The Bulletin PRINEVILLE A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brooks. Prineville at Pioneer Memorial hospital on the morning of June 12. New patients admitted June 10 wcre Mary McDavid, Powell Butte; Colly Eylcr, Madras; Deb-ra Baker, Paulina: Mrs. Elliott Lyman, Mrs. Jerry Hereford, Mrs. Clell Grater. Prineville. Released that day were Mrs. Benny Baker and son, Mrs. Clell Grater. Frankie Wiggins, Mrs. Ernie Ad. dington and Mrs. Alex Cornwall. Prineville; Donald Ahern, Golden-dale; Colly Eylcrs, Madras. Admitted June 11 wcre Sandra Brahm. Michael Norris and Mrs. Barry Workman, Prineville: Mrs. A. G. Ownse, Spray: and Marvin Blann, Mitchell. Released were Gladys Barnes. Mitchell, and Mrs. Jerry Hereford, Prineville. Whiteman Floral "Where the Rainbow begins" FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION 714 Franklin EV 2-3992 2aY 1 S THffp . v 5 L Bend students fn net rJpnrppe. at UO ceremony Special to The Bulletin UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene Baccalaureate and advanced degrees will be conferred on the third largest grnduatin1; class in the history of the University during tiie 82nd annual commencement exercises June 14. here More than 1500 graduate and undergraduate students were candidates for degrees from the college of liberal arts, the grad uate school and the professional schools- President O. Meredith Wilson will give the "Charge to the Grad- uating Class" and confer de- grees on candidates who. have sue-' cessfully fulfilled the require- ments for their degrees. j Candidates from Bend include: i Bachelor of Arts, Jean Marie The following Bend members , Drost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I aHcnded: Mrs. M. E. Collins, W. P. Drost; Bachelor of Busi- Mrs. Ovid Evans, Mrs. Ben ness Administration: Milton Cor- Graffenberger, Mrs. Fred Hale, bett Sexton, son of Mr. and Mrs. j Mrs. A. A. Ries, Mrs. R. J. Turn-: T. D. Sexton; James Bryan Wade. ' er and Mrs. Ray Williams. j son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Fiftv persons, including hus-, Wade: Bachelor of Music. Donna ban(s were present at the Prine-Rac Gumpert. daughter of Mr. vile dinner, at the Prineville j and Mrs. Raymond Gumpert; I mnntrv rlnh The new nffier-rs; Bachelor of Science, Jerry David Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bishop, Marie Margaret Broster-hous, daughter of Mrs. Anna Brosterhous; Albert Waiter Chris-tensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christensen: Alan W. Morris; Ernest Kent Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moss; Ronald R. Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford A. Rollins; Robert Wendell Young. Master of Arts, Donald James Lau, son ot air. ana Mrs. Larson Call; Frederick H. Stenkamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Stenkamp; Master of Education Mrs. Florence K. Jeffers; Master of Science, Robert Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Hawes. Receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration degree will be Jules Haglund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rue, Camp Sherman. Local group due at session Bend is expected to have a large delegation taking part in the Citizen's Conference on Northwest Forest Resources slated for the Reed College Campus in Portland on June 19-20. Many of the nation's top business executives, headed by Admiral Arthur W. Radford, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, will head an all-star cast of speakers. Former Governor Charles A. Sprague of Oregon has termed this conference a significant milestone in the Northwest's economic life. Portland attorney Robert Miller, chairman of the conference, i says acceptances from invited I guests now almost fill the facil- I itics at Reed College, and urged ' thncn nnt v-ot nvikinc rpirv.illnni to do so promptly. Bend residents invited to participate are Georgo F. Baker, Bishop Lane W. Barton. Robert W. Chandler, Vern Everett, Robert II. Folcv, Robert E. Lyons. J. PatMctke. Devere L. Penhol AT LAST! ONE LOTION WAVES ALL HAIR-TEXTURES Efecfrontcay IN 10 MINUTES! Pickup Ptrw"M fill WKtlEVEI ionium AX 101D till HtM eerpitntnt tl 15 the friendly open-til-9 Brandis Stores ECONOMY DRUGS THRIFT-WISE DRUGS Sessions draw SorOptimiStS A number of Bend Soroptimists have been traveling this week. On Wednesday, seven attended a luncheon meeting of the new Redmond club they are organizing. Monday evening, 10 were present at the installation banquet of the Prineville club. T1, i),i,,,,m,i 1,.,rm Md a wjon-s ba t room The churler banquet is planned fur 1;ltc Julv. Tlle officcrs arc. M,.s (;uv c'hamness, president; Mrs. II. Zacher, vice - president; Mrs. Ban Jacques Jr., recording secretary; Mrs. W. R. Stanard, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mao Jones, treasurer, and Mrs. Maurice Roberts Jr., Mrs. R. D. Hector and Mrs. R. B. Coyner, board members. are: Mrs. Pauline B.ittlus, presi-; dent: Mrs. Edward A. Donnelly vice-president; Mrs. E. V. Face, recording secretary; Mrs. L. E. Juris, corresponding secretary; Kirs. Grace lloppes, treasurer: Mrs. E. L. Carlin, director, and Mrs. L. R. LeMert, delegate. Bend members attending were: Miss Marguerite Elder, Mrs. W. K. Euston, Mrs. II. N. Lee, Mrs. Zena Moura, Mrs. R. N. New- ian(ii Mrs. rjon sholes, Mrs. Col- lins, Mrs. Graffenberger, Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Williams. Approval given school calendar. 'Special to The Bulletin Lal'INE The LaPine school calendar for the school year of 1959-00 has been approved by the school board. School will open on Tuesday. Sept. 8, and will observe the following holidays and vacations during the year: November 11, Veterans' Day: November 26 and 27, Thanksgiving; Dccemlicr 24 to January 3, inclusive. Christmas and New Year's vacation: February 1. Tri-County teachers insti-tuto; March 17 and 18, spring vacation; May 30, Memorial Day. Report cards were given out on May 31, the end of the school term. The faculty hired for the coming year includes Mrs. Katie Taylor. Crescent, fifth and sixth grades: Mrs. Lillian Crombic, La-Pine, third and fourth grades; Miss Donna Edgar, Bend, English, literature and physical education, high school; Carlyle Stuart, Monument, coach, science and social studies, high school. Teachers returning will include Mrs. Hattie Powell. Cove, first and second grades: Charles Crom-bie, Superintendent and principal. The position of seventh and eighth grade teacher remains open. low, Melvin L. Rogers and Fred - C. Shepard. No more searching! No more guesswork in selection of lotion, texture and waving time! No more clock-watching! CHEMTRONIC LIFE permanent is easiest, loveliest -a true custom permanent, hair by hair. It's as automatic as today's no-shift car transmission. CHEMTRONIC PERMANENT PRODUCT BY yC'-"""---'V, IT. j 1 AKlt'BUM'Hj PATRICIA ANN MADDOX Engagement news told by parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maddox, 1'arrcll Road, announce en-, gagemem oi meir naugnter, ra- tricia Ann, to 1 nomas Welbourn. Ho is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bright of Bend. Miss Maddox is employed at the Midget Drive Inn. Welbourn is with the U. S. Forest Service. Date for the wedding has not been set. Courses offered in literature Two literature courses, World Literature and Literature of thc; West, will be among the course offerings of the summer session at Central Oregon College, starting on June 22. Both courses will be taught by Merrill Lewis, instructor in English at Central Oregon College. Lewis received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Oregon and has done special work in the area of western literature. Literature of the West is a study of the literature and mythology of the American West. The course Avill treat authors of national as well as regional significance from Mark Twain and Jack London to John Steinback. Other modern writers studied will be Walter Van Tilburg Clark, and A. B. Guthrie. Fiction studied will also emphasize literary themes peculiar to the West, and literary treatment of the Oregon trail, the mountain man of the early West, and industrialization in agriculture. Oth er themes ore the treatment ot mass psychology in such western institutions as the vigilante committees and lynching. The development of western mythology, will also come under study. World Literature will consist of writings by Homer, Aristotle, and Plato and a series of Greek plays. Your Agency of Several shaken up in collision Several people were badly shaken and suffered some bruises at 1:05 this morning when cars operated by Deledda E. Henera, 809 Florida, and Allwrt Newton, 3M Riverfront, met in a headon collision at the intersection of Staats and Florida. Newton said the accident occurred when he drove over a crest on the street and did not see the approaching car until it was too late to stop. In the Herrera car were Mrs. Kenneth Dudley and Mary Stearns, both of Bend. Institute draws Dennis Sandoz OREGON STATE COLLEGE Dennis Sandoz of Route 1, Box 83, Madras, will participate at Oregon State College June 14 to 21 j ih jUnior Kneineers and Scientists Summer Institute, two-week orientation on career possibilities and study programs in engineering and science, ban- doi is a student at Madras Union high school. A total of 162 outstanding high school boys from Oregon, Washington, and California have been selected to attend the fourth an-nilal JESSf. To qualify for the program, students must have demonstrated high scholarship and must have been recommended by Uieir high school principals. Eighty-eight of the 102 are from Oregon. The two-week course of study covers all fields of engineering, zoology, geology, bacteriology, j botany and modern languages. Church plans student Sunday Methodist Student Sunday will! be celebrated at First Methodist i Church at both the 8:30 and 11 j services June 14. Returning students will report on ! Methodist activities on the various ' campuses and will also share in leadership of the worship service. Students who will be participating are Joanne and Carolyn Courier, Paul Davis, Margaret Ann Williamson, Andrea Hunnell, Mary Jo Firebaugh and Judy Hanson. This Sunday services will also Include reports of the achievements and challenges of the Methodist annual conference which was held in Medford May 27-31. Mrs. Marion Poor will speak as lay delegate and the Rev. James S. Thompson will speak on the inspirational side of the conference. CITATION ISSUED V Clctus C. Henslee of Arlington. Tex., has been cited to appoaf in Bend municipal court on a charge of operating an automobile bearing an expired license plate. a piggy that shouldn't stay home... ederal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Savings Are Insured by an the United States Government Polaris fails in test flight CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (UPD A Polaris test rocket ran into trouble soon after launching Friday and ailed to attain its test objectives. The 28-foot rocket, a forerunner of the Navy's submarine-launched ballistic missile, boiled from its ground launching stand like a howitzer shell and darted into a low-hanging cloud bank. i 'Informed sources said the first! and second stages of the solid-fuel rocket separated as planned after about 54 seconds of flight. But ill Washington, the Defense Department said "from the preliminary (flight) data, it would appear that the test objectives were not fully met." The Navy hopes to make an early model cf the Polaris operational by l'.NIO. This version of the weapon is to have a range of only 1,200 miles, but plans call for the range to be extended to 1,500 miles in a later model. Nine nuclear submarines have been authorized to fire the Polaris. The first, the USS George Wash ington, was launched last Tuesday at Groton, Conn. AUER RECUPERATES CULVER CITY, Calif. (UPD Comedian Mischa Auer today was recuperating at Culver City Hospital from his second heart attack this year. The 54-year-old actor was stricken Thursday night while working on a television show. Attention oose Attend the Closed Circuit - Broadcast of M00SEHEART COMMENCEMENT Sunday, June 14 at MOOSE Hall EXERCISES START AT 12 NOON SHARP ENROLLMENT AND DINNER TO FOLLOW Above Announcement Courtesy of: HEIDER'S BEND FUNERAL HOME Hill & Greeley Sts. Otto W. Sol Owner It's a fine idea' to tuck your spare change into a piggy bank at the end of the day. But, don't stop there. Best way to keep piggy bank and other savings on the grow is to bring them to Deschutes Federal Savings and Loan Association. Open an account here . . . Where your money grows Faster! CURRENT DIVIDEND KATE 3y4 White council signs Coburn JACKSON, Misj. (UPD-Actor Charles Coburn has accepted honorary membership in a white citizens council. The board of directors of the citizens council here announced today it has received a letter of acceptance of the membership from Coburn. The council said Coburn requested to meet with some of its directors and members while visiting Jackson recently. He did and discussed the citizens council's work with them prior to his return to New York, the council said. Coburn's membership was sponsored by state supreme court clerk Tom Q. Ellis. Mother of seven is found safe NORTH BEND (UPD Mrs. Ruth Hartley, 34, mother of seven I children reported missing early I Friday by her husband, was found safe by a Coos county sheriffs deputy in some woods in the Cooston area just cast of here Friday night. Deputy Howard Lentz reported to North Bend police at 8:45 p.m. that the woman had been located. Thomas N. Hartley, the husband, called police shortly after 5 a.m. Friday to report her missing, and a search was launched. The Hartleys' seven children range in age from 11 years to three months. Families Ph. EV 2-5552 Hoider, Jr. and Manager 1068 Bond St. EV 2-2151

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