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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
April 4, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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PAGE 4 JACKIE LEE DAVIDSON HAS FOURTH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Charles Davidson hon- ored her grandson Jackie Lee with a party on his fourth birthday Saturday afternoon Ice cream and birthday cake were served and games were PACK MEETING The first Pack meeting to be held for the ,boys of the Othello Cub Scout troop took place on Friday evening at the Milwau- kee Women's Club. The meeting was a gathering of the boys from the three dens played. Gues!s included Linda and Marilee Terry, Jimmy Fink- beiner, Vickie and Christy Para, Jimmy Mayeda, Timmy Dirks and Linda Lee Siine- baugh, Mrs. Nancy Sfinebaugh Mrs. Pat Finkbeiner and Mrs. Billie Kenfield .......... OUTLOOK WANT ADS -~--- TRY THEM SCOTCHLIGHT whici~ make up the Pack and their parents. Cub Mas:er Sam Kimbell opened the meeting with an in- troduction of himself to the parents. Assistant Cub .Master Paul Brown gave a short talk no the Cubbing program. Tim opening and dosing ceremonies were under the direction of Dens 1 and 2. Each den worked separately for some weeks on their part in the program and put them together for a clever jungle theme skit. All Cub Scouts presen,t were advanced in rank and received their Bobcat awards. Mrs. Otson was appointed a den mother replacing Mrs. Humphries. Hostesses were Mrs. Claytofi Michel and Mrs, Paul Brown. There was 100 percent attend- ance of parents and Cubs. Reflector Signs (all kinds) Oth II S" C eo lgn 0. Phone 3322 OTHELLO DEN MOTHERS MEET Mr. Floyd Harriman, field executive of the Boy Scouts. met Thursday afternoon with ,the den mothers of the local Cub Scout Pack at the home of Mrs. Eldon Enn~s. WANT ADS ----- TRY THEM ----- For Disenfecting and Deodorizing Garbage Cans 5 Gallons II All Poultry house Sprays Dips and Disenfectanls lO%tOff Through-out April M, A. TERRY, Wholesale Distributor Standard Oil Co. of California PHONE 3401 OTHELLO THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK notes FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Clarence Blazer vaster Mee~s in Pastime ttall AM Servie(,s l~:>:time tIall P. M. Services at Parsona::e 10:00 A.M. Bible School 11:00 A.M. Public \Vors~:ip "The Voice of the Mob." 7:30 P.M. 1,]ve~?ing Service "Established Christians." 7.30 P.M, Wednesday Pray- er Service and Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Thursday, Young Feop'le SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. C. M. Depiere Mass held first Sunday of each month. April 6, at 11:00 a.m. May 4, at 9:00 a.m. Lenten devotions each Wed- nesday at 7:30 p.m. includes Stations of the Cross and Bene- diction. Everyone Welcome CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. Don Fitzsimmons 10 A. M. Bible School --- FOR REALLY DEPENDABLE DRY CLEANING SERVICE It's The MODERN DRY CLEANERS OF RITZVlLLE Pickups and deliveries each Thursday in Othello. We'll stop when your card is up. If you don't have a card and want one, see Harley's Clo- thing. It's the green Modern Dry Cleaners truck for depend- able dry cleaning. II I FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 191 everyone welcom% 11 A. M. Morning Worship, 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship, V:30 P. M. Wednesday, Bible Study and Choir Practice. CHURCH OF CHRIST Chester Hewett, Minister. Meets in new basement build- ing in Scott -Schroeder addi tien east of town. 10:00 A~M, Bible Classes l].l)0 A.M. Morning Worship 7:30 Evening Service 7:20 Wednesday Evening Bible Class. Everyone Welcome PRESBYTERIAN 10 A.M. Sunday School 41 A. M. Morning Service, M~:~:~age by F. G. Torrer W: d~:e:;day evening Ch P.,actiee. ASSEMBLY OF GOD LesSer Byrd, Pastor Stmd'ay 10 a.m. Bible 11 a.m. Morning Message tin&y, Friday night Prayer mee.til, .. Services at pastor's hor~v~F South end o__~f Third Av_ e. L'~~ They bring Results! ] East~ for I COMPLETE SERVICE IN ONE LOCATION -- REPRESENTING .-- FIREMANS FUND GROUP UTAH HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. GENERAL ACCIDENT FIRE & LIFE ASS1 MINNEAPOLIS FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE Life Ins. Co. WESTERN PACIFIC INSURANCE CI. SURITY BONDS We Can Insure Anything It's A Real Pleasure At PHONE 3679 VISIT OUR NEW COCKTAILS 4r in public monopoly than there is in private monopoly, for when the government goes into busine it can always shift its losses to the taxpayers. If it goes into the" power business it can pretend to sell cheap power and then cover up its los,c* s. "The government never really goes into business, for it never makes ends meet. And that is the first ,}equisite of business. It just mixes a little business with a lot of politics and no one ever gets a chance to find out what is actually going on. I feel so strongly on the government keeping out of business that if I,had my way . . , all the government should have is an et cient in- spect, ion bureau." / t THE WASHINGTON EDISON was more than a great scientist and in. ventor--he was a great American citizen, revered for his wise understanding of the ways of men . . . and the quotation above clearly expresses his deep distrust of public ownership. WATER POWER /