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April 4, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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4,~RIDAY, APRIL 4, 1952 THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK PAGE $ LOCAL NEWS The L. S. Adams of Sunny- ;|de were weekend guests of J. 'D. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Woodruff and Jiggs of Lind, Mrs. Bill and daughter of Con- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Adams Sunnyside and Mr. and Mrs. Bischoff were dinner uests of the J. D. Adams Sun- Mr. Durward Biggerstaff of Coeur d'Alene and Gail and Linda Ross of Moses Lake were guests of the Jack Brackens this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Evans and daughter of Spokane and Johnny Adams of Seattle were guests of the J. D. Adams Mon- day. Mrs. J. D. Adams and Mrs. Milton Bischoff went to Moses Lake last Wednesday. Mrs. ,C. J. Bogardus spent Friday in Spokane on business. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonnell had dinner in Moses Lake Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Lyons were FROM NOW UNTIL EASTER, OUR COMBINATION CLEANED FOR ONLY Othello City Cleaners LOUIS BEAUCHERMIN PHONE .3322 Across from Marshall-Wells TIME FOR A PERMAHEHT!, MODERN BEAUTY SHOP LAURA" MOORE OTHELLO PHONE 3311 Our CAR Othello Garage Earl (Luke) D~n~elson Phone -- 3391 bridge guests of the Paul Bon- nells Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pacque spent the weekend in Beverly. Laura Berkey spent the weekend in Spokane. Jack Davidson was home this weekend from Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. A4vin C. Hille and family of Washtucna.and Mr. Norman Ka,gele of Ritz- ville were dinner guests of the Harley Dirks Saturday even- ,ing. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Para were dinner guests of ,the Har- ley Dirks last Thursday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ennis spent Saturday in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Victor McLeod went to Moses Lake Friday. Mrs. C. E. Godon spent Fri- day in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrison and daughter of Paseo were guests of her parents Mr. and 4he E. O. Sharers. Norman Brown spent the weekend in Tacoma. Mrs Nell Brown smashed her finger in the car door this weekend. -- The Johnny Kislers, the George F.inkbeiners, the O. F. Kenfields, the Clelt W'arners and the Tommy Paras all at- 1ended the trap shoot in Moses Lake Sunday. Mrs. Edith Pessein and child- ren were dinner guests of the Clyde Matthews Tuesday eve- ning. It was Mrs. Pessein's birthday. Mrs. Frank Schumacher and Dorothy spent the weekend in Seattle visiting the Frank Schumachers. Sgt. A1 Cross and James 'Putt spent the weekend in Se- attle visiting Sgt. Cross' broth- er. Jack Lanningham and fam- ily arrived here from The Mrs. W. Gano from Thursday Dalles, Oregon. He transferred at Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krupa Mrs. Hal L:~ons and Mrs. Paul PAUL F, BONNELL Brown spent Monday in Spok- ane. Mrs. Tom Booker, Mrs, Jack Attorney at Law Bracken and Mrs. Milton Bis- chaff attended a 4-H leaders' OTHELLO, WASH. meeting at the home of Mrs., Bill Suthertand in Washtucna last Thursday. There were 12 leaders present from all over Adams county. Mrs. N. B. Baslee and Lt. and Mrs. R. B. Baslee, Jr. and son were guests of the Warren Baslees Monday. Lt. Baslee is en,route from Houston, Texas to a base near Sacramento. Mrs. Paul Brown, Mrs. Hal Lyons and Mrs. Paul Bonnell spent last Thursday in Moses Lake. Mrs. Walter Gano ~pent Monday in Spokane. Bud and Reynola Harland of St. Maries. Idaho, spent the weekend with their grandpar- ents. M.r and Mrs. E. K. Rey- nolds. Mrs. Verna German and children of Quincy were week- end guests of the L. V. Rey- nolds. Mrs. Wes Kliphardt, Mrs. Clarence Godon and Mrs. Charles Day|risen visited Mrs. J. J. Valleroy of Taunton Tues- day afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Hallead returned last Wednesday from a rnon,th's visit at the home of her son Claude. Jr., in Evanston, Illin- ois. Grandson Johnny returned with her. Mrs. Kenneth Hallead and daughter arrived Friday for a week's visit with the C. E. Hal- leads. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Hamil- ton of Kittitas were dinner guests of the Ray Myers Mon- day evening. Carl Beckman and Gil He|n, both of whom work at the Roundhouse, are on tw~ weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stine- baugh spent the weekend in Spokane. Bob Shafer of Tacoma spent the weekend with his paren4s Danekas & Dunkan Funeral Home RITZVILLE TELEPHONE 83 Monumen~ and Markers 24-Hour Ambulance Service ,mini i i | i TRACTORS AND TRUCKS HOT WATER HEATERS RANGES REFRIGERATORS HOME FREEZERS DORNER-WISE IN[;. Moses Lake RitlvUle II II Illll from lhe Army Engineers as an engineering aid at the Bur- eau. H, C. Bunnell. Warren El- wood, William Harrier, Roland Ridgeway and Fred Sawyer and families are returning to duty in Hungry Horse, Mon- tana, after ~e.d~n'g the past four months at the Bureau here. BUSINESS LOTS All Parts of Downtown Othello SCOTT-SCHROEDER S3e Johnny Mercer ELECTROLUX Sales .and Service Polisher and Accessories H. S. SULGROVE Ritzville, Washington Call Phone 385-W Want to save money when " - you buy a car? The State Farm Bank Plan may ?.. ~.:~ ave you money two ways--. L ~ 1, On Financing Cast J~,~-..':" ~(~'~'~~( ~. On [nsuronce Cost . ~t:... !~ important Extra Benefit--establishes your credit locally| Let me g|ve you the rates on financing and insurance before you buy. Savings of from $120.00 to as much as $200.00 have been reported by policyholders on the combined financing and insurance costs, o C. KENDALL Box 196 OtheIio I I I I BOXED AND CELLO BAGGED NO. 2 DOLE If You Don't See it, Ask For It, WE HAVE IT!I! AFTER ALL, THE BEST PLACE TO TI:LADE MEMBER OF U. R. M. STORES Othello. Wash. (You Name It, We Get I~) WE TAKE ORDERS FOR FLOWERS Funeral Sprays and Wreaihs Boquets and Wedding Arrangemenis FILM DEVELOPING -- Bring Your Films Here We iake orders for Special Cakes