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Othello, Washington
January 3, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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January 3, 1974
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e :~:? ~ SNOW BRINGS FUN FOR THE YOUNGER SET - Last ~ Wednesday's snowstorm with its icy roads and cold wather had lost its novelty for motorists and other local residents ~by the middle of this week. However, it meant lots of fun - ~i last week for local youngsters who apparently had missed i:iDeath Claims Madge Weasea iHere Monday RITZVILLE Although nearly 200 applications were filed in Adams county under ~: Funeral services will be held ~here Friday for Madge Juanita .~Weasea, 72, of 1336 E. Spruce, the Open Space Taxation Act ~,:who passed away Monday,prior to the dealine Monday, 5Dec. 31,at the Othelloonly about 10 of them came ,: from farmers in the irrigated ,Community Hospital. i~J Born July 30, 1901 in Des area around Othello, Assessor ~Moines, In., Mrs. Weasea came Roger Marshall reported Wed- ~to Washington in 1908 with nesday. i her parents. She married her Marshall said his office was ,husband, Clarence Weasea, on still processing the appli- ~-J,uly 30, 1919, in Coeur cations which arrived prior to ?d Alene, Ida. The couplethe Dee. 31 deadline, but said moved to Leavenworth in 1920 that appears they will amount and then homesteaded in the to about 200. iL:Crescent Bar area until 1951. He estimated that only iThey came to the Basin in 1951 about 10 are from the Othello ~where Mr. Weasea was area, noting that it appears ~employed by the Bureau of that the new law will have ,'Reclamation for 25 years, more' impact on the dryland Mrs, Weasea was a member area of the county. ?of the Non-Denominational The forms had to be in ~Body of Christians and for the Marshall's office with a $30 past several years had been an filing fee by last Monday. active worker with conval- Marshall explained that iescent centers. She assisted each parcelof land requires an with the home in Moses Lake application, and each inter- :iand has helped with activities ested party would have to fat the Othello Convalescent sign the application. ~Center since its opening. The board of county com- !~: Survivors include her hus- Reed Infant band, Clarence; two sons, ~ Allen of Othello, and Russell of ~Renton; three daughters, Clara Stockwell of Wenatchee and Dorothy Reel and Beverly ,!Vmtzk~, both of Renton; one ~brother, Dale Allen of Lake Wenatchee; one sister, Wilma Funeral Today Final rites will be held here today for Sharon Joy Reed, four-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Reed of Tacoma. The child, born Aug. 31, i~Norback of Arlington; 13 i grandchildren, and six great- ;~grandchildren. 1973, at the Othello Com- iC, Funeral services are set for munity Hospital, died Dec. 31, ~21 p.m. Friday at the Othello at home in Tacoma. She had '~First Christian Church with been hospitalized for some- ~Clarence Nelson officiating. , Burial will be at Bess Hampton ~Memorial Gardens with ar- ~rangements by Muscott Fun- ~eral Home. Memorials may be tmade to the Othello Con- ,~alescent Center. ' ondsare time at the Children's Ortho- pedic Hospital in Seattle. Survivors include the par- ents, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anglesey of Othello and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Reed of Kennewick. Funeral services are set for I p.m. Thursday at the Othello LDS Church with Bishop Hugh Slosh officiating. Burial will be at Bess Hampton Memorial Gardens with ar- rangements by Muscott Fun- eral Home. Memorials may be made to the Children's Orthc~ pedic Hospital. e in the traditional White Christmas. The result was a myriad of novel snowmen sprouting up in front yards around the town. Above are a few of the happy fellows and gala from the hands of their creators on last Thursday. r~ Build Permit Still Pending No request has been made yet for a building permit missioners has extended till extension on the Scootneyand March 31, 1974, a period of First Avenue site City Super- time in which an owner or visor Ed Meek reported owners may withdraw the Wednesday. application to be taxed under Meek said that Homer the open space plan. If an Bergman has apparently sus- applicant decides during that pended work for the past week time not to go ahead, his filing due to the holidays and bad fee will be refunded, weather. He said work had not The assessor explained that as yet the county advisory committee on open space taxation has not fixed the land classes, yields and wheat market price averages needed to administer the law. They expect to do this early in 1974. resumed on Wednesday. Meek indicated that he will be consulting with outgoing Mayor Harry Sargent and Mayor-elect Lyall Menser prior to granting an extension on the permit at the building site. may save as as 25/0 Call us for details Chuck Nihoul AUTO LtFg FIRE HOME TRUCK COMMKRCIAL 325 S. 1st 488-5229 I I | I I I A group of cigarette smok- ers, each of whom has made a New Year's resolution to "kick the habit" will be meeting at the Othello Community Hos- pital beginning Tuesday. The KICH class series designed to help people who want to quit smoking, is being sponsored by the Washington Lung Association and will involve seven meetings over a three-week period. The KICIt sessions use a group discussion format, and Music Unit Plans Repeat A repeat of the commumty musical production which was such a big hit here last year is have been very successful in helping people break the smoking habit in other areas of the state, according to Jim Mattson, representative of the Lung Association. He said most of the classes have been 70 to 80 per cent successful and some classes have seen 100 per cent of those participating kick the habit. There is no charge for the class, "but a $10 bet against yourself is required of all members", Mattson said. He noted that all interested persons must pre-register by calling 488-5256. KICH classes are a Christ- mas Seal supported program. Injury Minor planned for March, officials of Minor injuries were report- the Othello Music Association ed from a two-ear collision announced today, investigated by the Washing- Mrs. Al Franz, who will ton State Patrol here last serve as general chairman of weekend. this year's event, said the Ella Dye, 36, Othello group hopes to have another reported a sore neck after her big hit like the "BTV Revue" 1972 sedan collided with a car More About.... H, Ith Unit Dave Cants. Emma Coffman was named the new secretary replacing Don Geschke of Ritzville and Charlie Zavala remains as vice Other members of board, which directs the association, are cava, Mike Hernandez, Zavaleta, Steve Mauela Ruiz, Dr. Herbert, Leo Lopez Geschke. PAYING 8% DAY & FOR 21 There's nothing like a sure thing--- and you can depend on Metropolitan for a reliable and steady return on your money. Our twen- ty-first year looks great- Our real estate assets have appreciated, our new insurance company shows record growth and we face the new year with renewed confidence. Why not let us show you how your money can earn greater benefits for income, retirement or education? held last year. driven by Patricia Woodside, , .... Write today or call: 838-3111 .... ! | She reported that no theme 40, Lind, east of Othello at the : J0hn [. Dells 00-0t-03J4 | has been selected yet, but Cunningham Road and High- , P,eas, send me 'lull pan,cula,s--no obl,galton noted that once again all way 17 intersection. = proceeds from the communityPatr, olmen said that Dye ! ! Name .................. ............ | | musical show will go to thehad stopped at the inter- * ~, I S eel ................ I | ......... | association's music scholar- section shortly after 11 a.m. = c.y ................... ship fund. and Woodside, who had been Community participation is following her in the eastbound ~ [~ Xl~ i welcomed in the show withlane, was unable to stop before I~rrGFIG~ ~ SECURrrIE~ | any interested persons invited rear-ending the sedan. W. 11211 SP~AaUI AVE. SPOKANE WA I)tl2041AC ~dIS-S~I-3111 _1 to contact Hugh Sloan, asso- Damages to both 1972 .................. '- ...... Z ................... ciation president; Lloyd Kott- sedans totaled $300 for Dye's T~s ,s .o, a~ o.., ,o ~.,, ~o, ~ so.,c,,a~io, o~ ~ o.e. ,o ~u~ witz, director; or Mrs. Franz. and $400 for Woodside's. The offer ,s made only by the prospectus to Washington Res,denls. save e winter consumption your . . . g Lack of weatherstripping around windows and doors can increase your heating bill by 15 to 30 per 'cent. ) Storm windows can cut in half heat that is needlessly lost through your windows. Insulation can pay for itself through savings in your winter heating bills. Draperies across windows . . . even these can help contain heat in your home. Seal openings into the attic, but keep outdoor air vents in attic open. Repair leaking faucets. Replace dirty furnace filters. Turn off appliances when not in use. THESE PRACTICES WILL CONSERVE ENERGY -AND HELP PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT The more energy we conserve in our homes . . . the more of our total energy needs can be met by hydro-produced electricity, the cleanest form of energy in existence. And remember -- electrically-operated equipment is essential to clear~ ing up existing air and water pollution. Electricity 't1" Technology ~ Clean Environment e I Ritzville 659-1700 Mesa 265-4221 Othello ZEnith 9807