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DAy, APRIL 4, 1952 II OTHELLO, WASHINGTON--IN THE HEART OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN :11o Its Red ,al VOLUME 6, NUI~BER 14 A broadcast will be given from Othello over radio station will play host to 15 Othello olaced another fea- and thirty horses on May tber in its-cap this week as it Tr.pmen E.d Big ~ in Spokane on May 31. surpassed the quota set by Ad-. The program, the Glenn Lot- men are a group of horse ang Farm. Show, will .originate who in~end to make a ams Coun, ty Red Cross chapter, from here and will be to ob- mi, le trek through the day The quota for town was $400 serve the land drawing on that r of the Basin and plan I~ Park Sun ~u~ this week the amount tal- Y date. . op over-night in town. The show will feature the ,~roup is the T.Bone rid- Easter Sunrise services have lied just over $410. "- The Othello trapshooters land drawing in Othello and b and is sponsored by been planned for Easter Sun- Vivian Drake, local drive finished off the trap season will give the views of several ~i s county Cattleman sday morning by the churches cha.irman reportedthat the with a turn-in on the Spokes-old-timers, newcomers, met- lion. r of Othello. county quota was still $956 man-Revicew trapshoot of 70 chants and veterans about the chamber of comme ee Weather permitting, the ser- points for the day's firing. Columbia Basin area. asked bv Earl Rosseau vices will be held in the City ' The season was climaxed The program, boasting a cast an for "the group of park at 6 a.m. . with the awarding of the clubof 34, will be a live broadcast, cowboys, to furnish tropt~ies ~ the high winners not a ~tape recording and re- .The early morning speaker ~d an area for the men will be Rev. Lester Byrd. in local competition. , broadcast. r cawy. In the class A firing, George ____ ~ .___ ttle jaunt will start at ~ - Finkbi~ner won the trophy for a with overnight stops all, Rimrock, Warr~i~k caugn a,~o brought home the club ,uads Born On. inch Vantage, Othello, t In score for the shoot and handicap trophy. In the Class and will then term" - B awards, Frank Doering extended an invita- ebFush Here locally, took home the hardware. In the Class C, it was K. O. Dun- who wishes to . POLLYANNAS HAVE can who topped the list. e 'trip to join them. Fish in the sage brush? Thi~ ~ rge bein, g $6 per ' 1 STANLEY PARTY The lady s award "went to Quadruplets were born this COver the cost of food. could only,happen in Othel o. The P.ollyan~as of the Oth-Mrs. W. Harness, and in the week ir~ Othello and of all Yes that s right. This week ello Christian church spon- Junior division, Tom Prior places, on the roof of the home J. CEES TO people were catching trout, sored a Stanley party on March was in the top spot. of Waldie Haight. OFFICERS six and seven inches long in 20 at ,the home of Mrs. Adrian ~ ~ The mother, a pussy cat, Mrs. J. Cees, newly the sagebrush near Othelol. Loiselle. Mr~ Alec Hampton G.W. Finkbiener 24 185 which responds to the unimag- and Mrs. Loi,sel[e were hostess- N. Walker 22 182 inative name of "Kitty," did i Junior Chamber ot The Washington state garae es. There were 22 ladies pres- W. Prior .-- --- the antithises of other of the e.rce Auxiliary, will feline family. ~onday evening at 8:00 departmerLt was planning to ent. ClassB office of A~ty. Patti Bon- stock upper Goose lake wi~h .... J. Kisler 21 164 Cats nearly always find a dark about 3,000 fish. When they Inland Empire a. warner 20 152 secluded spet to give birth to tlon of officers will be tried to take a hatchery truck T. Finkbiener 23 166 their young, all cats but the F. Doering 23 171 afore mentioned that is. .11 Jaycee wives are e-across a dry-wash on a home- Education R. Doree 17 156 Kitty" climbed to the roof a to attend, made bridJge, it collapsed un- ..... der the truck. R. Roloff 21, 156 of 'the Ha,ight home, and gave UNCE ENGAGEMENT An estimated 300 leached Meet in Spokane A.w. Hays , 22 153 birth to four, blind furry balls H. Yager ClassC 21 146 of appetite, and proceeded to and Mrs. Dale Palmer Crab Creek on the wave of The stage is set for one of set tip house-k~ping there. ~n~unced the ertgag- water which flowed from the truck, the rest of the fish ended the most interesting cmwvn- The Haigh~s son ....Billy . their d.augl~er, Doris high'and dry some 100 yards ~cions of the" Inland ~pire Edu- J. Mercer --- -- O. F. Kenfield 23 145 clir~bed to the roof and re- 'auKhn E. Hoehn. He isfrom water, cation Association in Spokane, C.W. Matthews -- -- moved the yourtg family to of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Construction workers work- April 9, 10, and 11 and this Mrs. Harness 23 105 more comfortable quarters in of Othello. " n wedding date has Dee ing in the area used everything pre-Easter event is expected to K.O. Duncan 22 148 the garage but it, seems the and anything from nail kegs to bring a record a~enctance from E. Roloff 12 127 lady of the family thougl~t rill- June 14. their hats to scoop them up all parts of the Pacific North- ferently of this show of kin@- and take them' home for a fish west. ness. fry supper Mrs. Frank Schumacher was in Seattle over the week-end. AUXILIARY MEMBERS ATTEND BANQUET Four members of the Ladies Beauchemin re- Portland last Mon- been there for Amor~g the interesting fea- tures will be panel discussion on the school's responsibility for economic education. This will be led by Dr. G. Derwood Baker, professor of education at New York UniversRy. Par- ticipating on the panel will be: Professor Arthur Upgren, Uni- versity of Minnesota economist; John W. Snyder, UniCed States secretary of the treasury; Pro- fessor Gordon McClosky, Wash- ington State .College; Lloyd Cook, department distributive education Spokane schools; E. W. Toecs of Lewis and Clark high school, Spokane; Gerald Farmers to Tour Irrigation Systems Farmers will have an oppor- tunity to tour irrigation sys- tems operating on dryland Tuesday, May 13. The tour is to be made under the sponsor- ship pf Adams Ooun:ty Agent Bob Martin, and the Big Bend Electric Cooperative Several irrigation experts will accompany the party, said Towne, of the Electric Cooper- ative. They will include Oldert Molermar of Washington St~e college, one of the outstanding Madren, Spokane Automobile irrigation engineers in the ha- dealer, and W. L. Thraikill, tion: Kenenth Morrison, exten- Washington Water Power Corn- sion agronomist: and H~nk pany. Wolfe, extension weed special- High on the entertainment ist program will be the All-associ- Towne and Martin said the ation dance, sponsored for the ,. tour is being planned, because teachers by the Spokane Chain- of the increasing interest in The mother ca,t proceeded to tote her off-spring back to roof one at a time until all were together in the original home- stead. The cats were then evicted again to the garage, to stay put this time. BIRTHDAY POTLUCK HELD Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Godon and Mrs. Wes Kliphardt were guests of honor at a birthday potluck dinner Thursday even- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidson. Guests i~cluded Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ennis, Mr. and Mrs. Vic- tor McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Go- don and Mr. and Mrs. Klip- hardt. SUNSET LEADS LEAGUE The Sunset Drive In bowl-. ing .team maintained their league'lead with a 2 to 1 win ~eeeks due to the ill- r mother. Othello Junior Crham- Commerce sponsored a breakfast last Sunday in Oedaello and .the Auxiliary of Haase-Henry Post Was termed a rous--in-g 219 American L~gion atter~led to the pilots a banquet Friday evening in COmpanions from the $pokarm ' honoring National of Pasco-Kenne- President Mrs. E. A. Campbell of Louisiana and a reception Were ten plane loads immediately following the ban- who flew from the quet. ~ ..... " ber of Commerce. This will this area in "dryland" irriga- over'the Lucky Strikes of Con- Mrs.~ran ~Ia-ys, Mrs. ~0r- follow the All-associaition ban- tion systems. Many Adams nell Monday evening. Score to Othello to ~t- e breakfast and tour ence Wilson, Mrs. Gall Para quet in the Marie Antoinettecounty farmers have installedfor the local team now stands me 'Heant of the Bas- and Mrs. Wilton Terry were Room of the Davenport hotel,irrig~ation systems, it was re- at 16 wins to 8 losses. the local ladies who made the Wednesday night. The banquetported, and many more h~ve They will play the Kahlotus ying breakfast at Lou-trip, returning Saturday. speaker will be Dr. Hobart been considering such a pro- team Monday nigh, t at ConneU. ~,the group was then Department president Mrs. Sommers, assistant superinCen- . ject. Leona Von Caddy will make dent of Chicago schools. ~------- BOAR~HELD ~ caravan of cars to The Troop Commi,ttee of the ~gahnwhich is working her official visit to the Lind, Four of School Faculi Ritzville and Othello Auxili- BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Othello Boy Scout Troop 126 l"motes east canal andaries on April 15 in Ritzille. Given Big Axe Here ~uth of Othello. They The What's Trump bridge Four teachers in the Othello held a Board of Review Tues- ClL~b met Tuesday evenirrg a schools were literally choppedday evenirtg. Bob Vietzke, eeded to t~he Othello ice. base for a tour of GENE ROLOFF HAS PARTY the home of Mrs. Lorraine Bon- 'off last Monday, when the Brent Smith, Eugene Smith Mrs. Elmer Roloff enter- nell. school board d~cided not to re- and Joe Sharer passed all re- ~t~es. The remainder of rained at a party ~or son Gene rang was spent lookingon his sixth birthday Saturday theHighlightreading Ofof.thea eveningletter fromWaS contracts "with the teach- quirementSscout and willfr beSeCndawardedClaSSthe Othello and points of afternoon. Mrs. Fran Cross. former mere-No definite reasons for the rank at a Court of Honor to be m the general area. held in the near future. were served and the children Illin, ois. the ,board merr~bers. JAYC~ . ~.ut~ seemed very im- Ice cream and ~up cakes her who m ovecl recently to action could be ferretted out of i'" tn Othello and itsplayed games. . The four are Mr. Warner, and all vowed to Guests includedTerry an~t Mrs.. Jo Baslee won high The Othello Junior Chamber prize tbr .the evenir~g, Mrs.superintendent; Mr. McA, bee, 'of Commerce held a joint h~)use ek for another look. Diane Roloff, Jimmy Michel, Irma Mercer low and Mrs. Ann Miss tttttchinson and Mr. Cun- warmir~g and going-away par- ~rWho flew in from theJimmy Moore, Sally and Cur- Loehmiller the gallopin, g gorse, nirtgha~n. ~l~ were Dick McFar- tis I~odson, Susan and Judy ty in the new Othello Outlook e,,,~ Bitner, Mary Bur- Kanenwisher, Bob and Don Mrs. Baslee and Mrs. Mercer DINNE~ building Friday evening. mR Burton. Clayton Foss and Marie Roloff. Mrs. were guests. The housewarmir~g was for :'L.aYce DaYlson, Char- Lorene Hodson, Mrs. Bertha COUN~ HELD A dinner party was held a_t the new quarters of the Othello ~he home of Miss Jennie Leach and the goL~g~away party was ,v_zson, Carol Davison, Roloff and Mrs. 'June Foss. for Mr. anal Mrs. Roy Her~, ~s, Vieky Nes~ and Bob .... - All groups of Camp Fire in ~onor of Sgt. A1 Cross. Those Jr. who are scheduled to leave ~lI3. G e, Richard Henry Beck and H. W. Parkin- Girls will participate in a preser~t were l~is$ Leach, S~t. for Hawaii soon to make their son. Council Fire pros~am Satur- Cross. Larry Loomis, Lillian a, " ~ Du ~low, Don The ears used for the motor- day at 7:30 p.m. in the Othello Oppliger_, and Bonni.e Rptof: home. ie,=~u~t Sha, , D. C. Har- code were donated by JayCees Sr.hool gymnasium. The pro- S~t. Cross left W c~lnem~.y About 25 J'aycee$, ~.r ,~,~n Porte and daugl~- and Carey Thompson Chevro- gram is 'open to the l~blie and for Wiggins, Mi~. where ne wives and .guests were l~ese~ ~ae, Ray Sutherlar~t, let of R~tzville. promi~e$t~be ~ i~g. wilt be stationed, for the fe~Avitles. #