The Bend Bulletin from Bend, Oregon on October 11, 1949 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, OREGON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1949 tlHIIHJHIUtltWIIilHHMUIflllKIMimfWMMIIWMHIHUIMflMM NEWS OF SOCIETY Va S. Grant, Soctoly VAilor (All Kxiriy Htini vliouM be rrportrd to llir DullH.n not 1lrr tlinn 9 a.m. on tli dnyi of publimlloii, Tumlnyi, 1l.uradt.yt and Si.uniuyt.) College Staff, Students, Are Honored at Reception Students and faculty memhors were Mrs. Simerville and Mrs. of the new Central Orecon Com nmnity college were honored at a reception given Sunduy afternoon In the library auditorium by the Bend branch of American Association of University Women. Staff members present included the four professors. Dr. Caroline Brady, Dr. Eugene Mclder, Harold Palmer and Miss Ruth Winchell; James W. Bushong, city superintendent of schools, and Howard M. Nicholson, college coordinator. Both Mrs. Bushong and Mrs. Nicholson are members of AAUW and were present as hostesses. Glenn Gregg, chairman of the Bend school board, and Mrs. Gregg, were introduced, as were members of the college staff. Mrs. George Simerville Introduced Bushong, who presented the others. The room was attractively decorated for the occasion with colorful gladiolus brought from Eugene by Dr. Melder. Presiding at the beautifully-appointed tea table WBA To Meet Tonight; Past Presidents Tomorrow Two WBA groups will hold meetings this week. Tonight at 8 o'clock, the regular monthly business meeting of the Woman's Benefit association will be held at Norway hall. Past Presidents' club of WBA will have its first fall meeting in connection with a 1 o'clock pot-luck luncheon Wednesday at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. D. E. Hill, 414 Riverfront RebekaJi lodge will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock, in the IOOF temple. On the refreshment committee will be Mrs. G. A. Lemke, Mrs. Walter Daum, Mrs. Gladys Garvick, Mrs. Nary KitUe-son and Mrs. Grant Salisbury. JACK in the CORNER It is tool, bad very much, toe bad that all of you every- , ono in Central Oregon In fact, couldn't hare heard the talk that I heard Monday noon. Mr. Art KIrkhani of KOIX, Portland, talked at Kiwanls about the growth of Oregon, the tourist business of Oregon, but primarily about the future possibilities of Oregon, He particularly mentioned the complacency of the people of Central Oregon and he could particularly have stressed that point about our lack of advertising. You have an opportunity now by "jinlng up" in our 1000 Club. Remember? Five dollars ($5.00) each from 1000 people in Central Oregon will put signs I have talked about, in strategic points north, east and south and maybe west, for two years. They will stress the advantages of living here, looking at our natural wonders and the wonderful scenery. I can't call on you all, that say the idea Is good, and that say they will contribute, so start sending, or stop neon the street. We now have membership cards, so get yours early. Ads are being placed In the Redmond, Prineville and Madras papers so the project will be a wholly Central Oregon Idea and not just one or two towns, or a few people. We will all be the gainers if for no other reason than that more people will know that Central Oregon Is not just a hot desert spot in the state. With all that off my chest I can tell you about the winter servicing that you should have done before that real cold weather smarts. Have you had winter lubricant nut in your transmission 'o eliminate hard shifting and loss of fin mile, age'.' Have you changed to a winter grade lubricating oil in your crankcasc? Have you had your battery checked? And have you gotten your antifreeze? If you haven't, "you're going to be sorry" some morning. That service is available at Halhrook Motors, Minnesota and Bond streets, phone 680. JACK II AI.BKOOK. Mambcr, Central Oregon Automobile Dealers Ann. Dean Hollinshead. Members of AAUW assisted about the room. Miss Diane MacKenzie and Mrs. Craig Coyner played background piano music throughout the afternoon. Refreshments were prepared by the high school Future Homemak-ers of America club, under the direction of Miss Dorothy Rydberg and Miss Sylvia Lee. FHA girls who served included the following: Darlene Hinee, Karen Chap man, Donna Shahan, Lucille Wills, Charlotte Sholes, Shirley Dickson and Alice Samples. WBA Social Club Is Entertained The social club of the Woman's Benefit association met late Wed nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lillie Walker. 19TS Awbrey road, with eight members present. Games were the diversion for the evening, and light refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were: Mrs. Ed McLennan. Mrs. Gail Pelker. Mrs. William Spencer Mrs. Henry Nel son, Mrs. Fred Burrows, Mrs. Marion Dubuis, Mrs. Maurice Thompson and Mrs. Walker. The next meeting will be Nov. 2, at Mrs. Dubuis' home at 422 Franklin avenue. Eagles Auxiliary Officer to Visit Mrs. Grace Drew, of Coos Bay, state president of the Eagles aux iliary, will be in Bend Thursday, Oct. 13, for her official visit to the local group. Mrs. Drew will be honored at a meeting of the auxiliary at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, with the Prineville group joining the local lodge women for the occas ion. A large class of candidates is to be initiated, according to Mrs. Shirl Harmon, local president. She urged all members to attend the meeting. Bend Garden club will meet Friday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sam Thompson, 784 Harmon boulevard. Mrs. Joe Werner will have charge of the program, with "BuUw-K Plant in the Fall" as the subject. Members are to bring harvest time arrangements to be judged for points, it was announced. Newlyweds Visit in Bend riwiiiirMMim'' ".VW r - Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jackson, of Payette, Ida., visited this past week end in Bend. They were married Aug. 29 at First Baptist church in Eugene. The bride, who was employed at the Bend Wool-worth store before her marriage, was the former Lolahroch Fay. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pryor, 1069 Mllwaukie. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson, who moved yesterday to Umatilla. Social Calendar Tonight 7:30 p.m. Trinity Lutheran sewing circle, with Mrs. Emil Wentland, 217 Delaware. 7:30 p.m. Epsilon Sigma Alpha, with Mrs. Robert Nordby, 1135 Columbia. 8 p.m. WBA, Norway hall. 8 p.m. Degree of Honor, Eagles hall. 8 p.m. American Legion auxiliary, library auditorium. 8 p.m. Eastern Star grange, grange hall. ' Wednesday 1 p.m. WBA past presidents, with Mrs. D. E. Hill, 414 Riverfront. 6:30 p.m. BPW club. Pine Tavern. 7 p.m. Boat building class, high school shops. 7:30 p.m. Upholstering class, city hall. 8 p.m. VFW, Veterans hall. Thursday 1 p.m. PEO. Pine Tavern. " 1:30 p.m. Grange Hall ladies-: aid, with Mrs. Julia Pederson, 3o4 E. Greenwood. 2 p.m. Group 2, First Christian women's council, with Mrs. Frank Chambers, 2103 Awbrey road. 7:30 p.m. Square dance lessons, Allen school. S p.m. Junior Civic league, with Mrs. Robert Fox Jr., 155 Irving. 8 p.m. Eagles auxiliary, Eagles hall. 8 p.m. Lady ElksrElks hall. Friday 1 p.m. Women's Golf club, luncheon at Country club. 2 p.m. WCTU, with Mrs. Lola Miller, 147 Florida. 2 p.m. Bend Garden club, with Mrs. Sam Thompson, 784 Harmon. 8 p.m. Rebekah lodge, IOOF temple. 8:30 p.m. Air reserve squadron and wives, social evening at Norway hall. 9:30 p.m. Daughters of the Nile benefit dance, Pilot Butte inn. PEO Sisterhood will have a no-hostess luncheon Thursday at 1 p.m.. in tile Pine Tavern dining room. Mrs. Craig Coyner will he in charge of the program, which will follow at 2 o'clock, at her home at 57 Pinecrest. Economy ratio : 19 to 1 ! DRUGLESS CLINIC Gynecology Valuable service in disorders peculiar to women Is made poNslblo through the development and use of physical and electrical ' modalities. Operations ran sometimes be avoided, especially when drtiglesg methods are applied early. s R. D. Ketchum, D. C. 124 Minn. Ave. Phono 704 . . Bend, Ore. Imagine 19 miles per gallon, from a 135-HP Eight! Come in see how Packard does it! As every driver knows, gas mileage varies with speed, traffic and driver habits. So, to give you a complete picture of Packard gasoline economy, we've made a nationwide survey among over 1,000 owners of the new 135-HP Packard Eight, equipped with overdrive, and we've charted their reports. ' Notice, now, that the most frequently-mentioned figure is 19 highway miles per gallon-and that 33 of the owners arc getting even more than 19! '. That's the operating economy you get from Packard "free-breathing" engine design-along with a dclight- GAS MILEAGE REPORT-based on current reports from over 1,000 owners of the new 135-HP Packard Eight, equipped with overdrive. ft a OAIUM 23 7, Packard overdrive it optional equip meal at moderate extra coil. v ful new kind of silent smoothness ,11 a sensational brand of "safety-sprint" reserve power . . . and a greater measure of trouble-free durability than you've ever known before! Sample it soon! ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE Packard HUTCHI'NS MOTOHS voio oi .ff RMn. 1340 Central Oregon 1. IM mm Kilocycles Affiliated With Mutual Don Lee Broadcasting System ON THI A- fl It WITH KBND Effective tomorrow morning, the 8:30 Banner News program moves 15 minutes earlier to 8:15 Monday through Saturday, with two new half-hour not programs occupying the 8:30 to !l:00 a.m. time Monday through Saturday. This evening at 7:30 be sure and hear the Sammy Kaye Showroom program, and at 8 another half-hour adventure with the Count of Monte Crlsto. Friday evening KBND Joins a special Oregon network to broadcast the Bend Lava Boar-Albany Bulldog football game from Albany with sportscaster Doug La-Mear. Saturday afternoon from Bell field in Corvallis KBND Don Lee airs the Oregon State-Montana football game. Thursday evening at 7 tune In another chamber of commerce program, presented every olher Thursday evening at 7, alternating with the- Mayor Speaks program. TONIRnT-ll fBOGBAM ( :0O Straight Arrow S Caputn Mlilniirht :0O Uabrt I llrattrr Cot 8rnBil :St Miute t.ib M :fiO Kem?mtM-r Whfn :S Kill H.nry Nw 7:IM) Aitvviuura ul lirrsnry !(,! 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Dinning will he from II p.m. lo midnight, with iiuihIc by Knilo Ti'iixler'a oichi'sliii, llefoie III" piirty, llit'ic will be a chms Ickniiii NlaiiliiK al H ti'iiiii k, for Instruc-tlon In new Htt'px. Mi'IiiImms limy hi Inn gut'StH, It whh aiiliotint'i'cl. Tint it r fair In plan mil us n "nny party," with thoso who altcnil iHing askctl to wear original cos tllllll'N. ATTENTION Sportsmen Nnvti Thai Tniiiliy TliroiiKh l.lfn l.llto AlountlliK al Hansen's Taxidermy -IAI K. lliiniNltlti Bcntl liii.nti 1.13.1.1 Vfl-fittix s,-:i ( Enjoy the whiskey that's 'K ( V Old Sunny Brook Brand Is a ilar attraction with men everywhere! Wal'i more, you don't need a big budget lo enjoy Hi Kentucky good-new I Enjoy thij wonderful whiskey I Kentucky Whiskey $2.30 lint $3.60 4a jt. -A Blend IOOK rot IHIS WATCNMAH on tvtir tomt V. ; Tv 4X. I a '. j NATIONAL DISTILLER S PRODUCTS CORP., NEW YORK . 66 PROOP . 63 GRAIN NCUTRAL SPIRITS ft I M ft i rf('.'r,''a) MA growing area needs this kind of development." EDWARD L. PALDANIUS Pmidtnt, Aitoria Chamber of Commerce 1,000 POLE TOP POWER PLANTS are being Installed this year on all parti of the PP&l system. Known technically as capacitors, these devices are really Utile power plants, for they Increase the supply of usable electricity on the wires. Added together, the 1,000 new capacltori equal a good lized power generator. Pacific Power & Light Company has spent $25,000,000 on new construction since V-J day. These arc taxpaying, job-making dollars development dollars invested here in the great Northwest to help meet your electrical needs. The power requirements of a fast-growing region demand a steady flow of these development dollars into the Pacific Northwest. That is why all of us want investors to look on this region as a land of opportunity, and of fair reward. The investor whose dollars' help extend and improve your electric service, while (baring your tax burden, is truly a Partner in Progress! 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