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The Othello Outlook
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January 3, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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Bridq lect Is Honored With howers Bride - To- be, Lauralyn Brown, has been the recipient of two recent miscellaneous showers prior to her Jan. 12 wedding to Michael Hansch. Co-hostesses for a Dec. 27 bridal shower were Mrs. Rich Jackson and Mrs. Rick Lock- miller. It was held at the Jackson home. Gathering for the party were Carla Schaeffer, Mrs. Jack Niblett, Mrs. Walt Tennant; Mrs. Leo Mollotte, Mrs. Feraid Roth, Mrs. Rod Powell, Mrs. Ray Anderson, Mrs. Dave DeLoach and Mrs. Dave Long. Unable to attend, but sendibg gifts were Mrs. John Melton and Mrs. Lee Fergu- son. A luncheon shower held in Tacoma was a Saturday event in the home of Mrs. Stanley Stemp. Assisting with party arrangements was Mrs. Bill Olsen, sister of the bride- groom-elect. The luncheon table was decorated with a floral ar- rangement and blue and white streamers with white wedding bells. Among the 17 guests Othello Miss Is Wed In Connecticut Rites Town-Country Beginning Bridge New Daughter P., s . THE OTHELLO OUTLO E01 Club Welcomes Classes Slated Event Honoree ram0 WASHIN6TON THURSDAY,, ChristmasJANUARYTrips3' |~/~[[I.0, A course in beginning The Scott Beckleys' bridge will begin Jan. 8, An open house baby shower ' .m_as present from her Yearv.t~ T;tler sponsored by the Women's honored Mrs. Peter Klaus- whoiiveinUeattle, was Division of Othello Golf and bergerandsix-week-oldMarta $By Country Club. Eva the afternoon and evening for the four children Red banners, a Chinese Instructor will be Helen of Dec. 18 in the Klausberger dragon and traditional dragon Fulks. home. dance ushered in the year of The course will consist of 10 Hostesses for the occasion the Tiger at the New Year's lessonsata cost of $15 and will were Mrs. Wilburt Coats and Eve Town and Country Clubbe open to members and their Mrs. Tom Dopps. guests. A special guest was Marta More information may be Eva's grandmother, Mrs. had by calling Mrs. Fulks at Marta Fornova, who has since left for her home in Czecho- 488-9489. Merrymakers Slate Dance dance -- as the year of the Ox departed on Dec. 31. Music for the evening was provided by Casey at the organ and noisemakers, hats, confetti and a midnight buffet supper were part of the festive evening's entertainment. General chairmen for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baldridge. They were assisted by the Harvey For Saturday Yagers, Lloyd Ottems, Jack Averetts, Dale Kintzleys, Don Hunts, Fred Millers, Floyd Keiths and Clyde Woods. AAUW to Open Year Tonight slovakia. Others arriving with small apparel were Mrs. David Sperl, Mrs. Walter Tennant, Mrs. Ralph Lund, Mrs. Gerald Shedden, Mrs. Don Brown, Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mrs. Ho- ward Jensen and Mrs. Vladi- mir Sykora. Others were Mrs. Ken A "Winter Wonderland" Pointer and Mrs. Corrin decor will again set the theme Rathbun, both Connell; Mrs. for the Merrymaker Dance Maurice Peterson, Mrs. Ran Club's January dance to be Pollard, and Mrs. John Mel- held Saturday in the IOOF gren. Hall. Sending gifts were Mrs. Bill Art Church will furnish Sousa and Mrs. Wade Chris- music for the event, to begin at well. 9 p.m. Guests are welcome. Working on the decorating committee are the John Hays, The Othello Branch of the American Association of Uni- versity Women meets tonight, Jan. 3, 8 p.m., at the home of Joe VanderVloedts, Harold Mrs. John Sargent. Assistant Hodges, Jan Wolffs, Gordon hostess is Mrs. AI Franz. Hays and Bob Boersmas. "Releasing our Potential A midnight lunch will be ceremony in the 300-year-old baby's breath, accented with the legishtive report. First United Church of Christ burgandy ribbons. attending were Mrs. Willis Barney, Edmonds, aunt of the The Dec. 1 wedding of encrusted with seed pearls with Paint", will be the provided by the Howard honored guest; Mrs. William Margaret Rae Pease and and carried an arfil bouquet of program, to be given by June Sibleys, Harland Sampsons, Hansch, her fiance's mother; Timothy Johnson took place pink and burgandy rosebuds Lampe. . Jack Averetts, Gordon Hays, his grandmothers, Mrs. EdDec. lata6p.m, candlelighted with white carnations and Mrs. Dean Largent willgive John Hays and Harold Hansch and Mrs. Frank Hodges. Mrs. Norris Hazelton of Tigard, Ore. attended her sister as matron of honor. Mary Orsini, New Haven, was bridesmaid. Attendants were gowned in floor-length pink satin with short crushed velvet bur- gandy jackets." Their arm bouquets matched that of the bride. William Johnson was his brother's best man and ushering was John O'Flah- erty. A buffet supper and dance followed at the Masonic Temple in Milford. Following a wedding trip to Poconoes, a winter resort in the Pennsylvania mountains, the newlyweds are at home in Branford, Conn., where he manages a Pet Center and she is a program specialist for the New Haven Regional Center. Attending from Othello was the bride's mother. Initiation Set * Berkeley * Sta-Rite * Layne and Bowler * Goulds * Cornell Jacuzzi Winter Pump Be Ready For Spring Water Neighbors, Guests Hosted at Party The Pledge Ritual will be Mrs. Mel Martin enter- held for new members at the tained last Thursday after- Jan. 8 meeting of Delta noon at a tea party for Upsilon, chapter of Beta neighbors, friends and their Sigma Phi. out-of-town holidayhouse- The8p.m. meeting will be at guests, the home of Mrs. Dour Visiting and getting ac- Schmidt, 240 S. 8th with Mrs. quainted over tea and Christ- Steve Proctor assisting. mas goodies were Mrs. Jerry Mrs. Don Rogers will give Sabol and her grandmother;the program, "Self Analysis Mrs. HeiRs Loveberg, Miss-and Self Estimate". oula, Mont.; Mrs. Cecil John- son and her husband's mother, Luncheon Today Mrs. Inez Johnson, Palouse; Mrs. Bob Skogen and Mrs. Othello chapter of Business Chan Bailey. and Professional Women are meeting at noon today, Jan. 3, at Freddie's Restaurant. Pledge Ritual ql, Thompson, and an aunt, Mrs. Bill Barefield, all Tacoma. The wedding will take place at the Friend's Church in East Wenatchee. (Congregational Church) of Milford, Conn. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pease, Othello, and Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, Orange, Conn. Escorted to the altar by the father of her bridegroom, the bride wore a gown of ivory satin with self train. Seed pearl embroidery trimmed the high round neckline and long tapered sleeves came to a bridal point at the wrists. She wore a caplet of satin Beta Meet Tonight Zeta Tau chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 tonight, Jan. 3, with Mrs. Harlow Young. Co-hostess is Mrs. Dan Elmore. The pro- gram, "Dance and Theatre Music", will be presented by Mrs. Mel Martin and Mrs. Larry Meyer. The oil painting, donated by two babies with the resulting June Lampe to Othello Child- attention remarkable." ren's Orthopedic Auxiliary as Fully covered with insur- a Seattle Hospital benefit, was ance, the Edwards were won by Gordon Edwards of totally unaware that Seattle Warden. Orthopedic is a charity has- Edwards, a truck driver for petal if needed. Western Farmers, purchased Sally Jo today shows only a five tickets "just as a donation slight hyperactivity and her for the hospital that hadparents say they will be helped him and his family so "eternally grateful for her much." care". When his daughter, Sally The annual painting event, Jo, now ten years old, was only one of several projects plan- ten weeks old, the family was ned as hospital benefits by the in an automobile wreck. Sally local auxiliary, realized a profit of $400 this year. Holiday Card Party Is Held Veta Fraser entertained at a holiday bridge party this past Sunday evening. Invited guests were Zonda ~He~IL t Lewis, Mary Kelly, Elizabeth Wolf, Clara St. Louis, Dorothy Nygren, Catherine Bray and Billie Kenfield. 1155 S. Bromdway II AT BEST Othello Chapter No. 234, Order of Eastern Star, will hold initiation at a regular meeting tonight, Jan. 3, at 8 p.m. in Paul Revere Masonic Lodge. / :i( + Jo was bounced around the car, arriving in the Quincy hospital with multiple brain concussions. A Quincy doctor flew the baby and her parents in his private plane to Seattle Child- rens' Orthopedic Hospital where she was placed in the care of a brain specialist. During her stay the family found a "nurse for every one to Friday and Saturday 488-3348 488:Z704 MONDAY, Jan. 7 - Italian High score went'to Mrs. spaghetti, applesauce, green Kelly, with Mrs. Fraser beans, hot French bread and second and Mrs. Bray, low. milk. Refreshments of homemade TUESDAY, Jan. 8 - Corn candies, cookies and an angel dogs with mustard, tossedfood cake topped with pine- salad with dressing, apricots, apple and whipped cream hot rolls with butter and milk. were served. Auxiliary to Meet Mrs. Robert Boersma will be hostess to the Jan. 8 meeting of Othello Orthopedic Children's Auxiliary in her home at 830 Larch. Mrs. Tom Lyda will co-host the 1 p.m. meeting. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9 - Burritos, vegetable sticks, peaches, sweet rolls with butter and milk. THURSDAY, Jan. 10 Hamburger on bun, pork and beans, pears, cake and milk. FRIDAY, Jan. 11 - Pizza with meat and cheese, corn fruit cup, cookie and milk. tOOl{ HERE FOR at 61 So. Isl IIII III I news Pilgrim Lutheran ALCW Board meets Tues- day, Jan. 8, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Herman Krupa will be hostess for the Jan. 8 meeting of the Martha Circle. The Bible study will be led by Mrs. Ken- neth Pershall. Meeting time is 1 p.m. ************* First Baptist The annual business meet- ing and potluck supper is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednes- day, Jan. 9, at the church. Dinner arrangements and re- freshments arb being planned by the social committee, Mrs. Marshall Butcher, Mrs. Don Alexander and Mrs. Mark Fraley. Sacred Heart Catholic The Altar Society Board is meeting at 8 p.m. tonight, Jan. 3, in the Rectory. TAKACH, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, Othello, boy, 6 lbs., 13 ozs., Dec. 28. GUCKENBERG, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Othello, boy, 7 lbs., 13 ozs., Dec. 28. PRESTWICH, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, Othello, boy, 7 lbs., 3 1/2 ozs., Dec. 29. Scott and Bonnie took a Christmas trip. On their return the Beckleys saw her off on a plane for Hawaii coming home to our Othello weather. he m J~Y both is unto The Christmas holiday t~ don't Wayne and Ann Backtold ~save y, Bryan and Eric to Walla W~is vet for an overnight visit with~ll not and her parents, the j~ss apE Clinehens and the Al Ba~pound tolds. /hat a Monday, Feb. 4th Rainbird Service Truck Will Be at ,mr Sargent Pump and Irrigation. Bring Your Rainbird Sprinkler Heads In NOW for Repairs. NO LABOR COST gO FREI6HT COS1 mp 1155 S. BroadwRy OTHELLO 488-3348 iORA[ ins QTL in alan HQ hou ~pany f here !ing D )avid's ;. Denl child g, Alas Mrs. F ) childr nt. an( I Mrs. gent, b Fr !uests aes for !e beer a Pool, ~). and I Mrs. orado !he tl aver f( }kane, their P 80 F P,ne While Quantifies Last! No Rain Checks or Layaways, Thank You We want to move out aur winter goods early We don't want to pack anything away for next year. That's the whole story. 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