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, Page10 . OTHELLO, WASlItlI6101 THE OTNELLO OUTLOOK IHURSDAY, APBL 4, f914 By Jessie M. Plant 488-2935 With the coming of spring, all sorts of things begin to pop besides crocuses, forsythia and violets. One thing popping to mind is fashion. And there are two annual fashion shows this weekend. One, on Friday, by Othello Children's Orthopedic Auxiliary, with a "first" this year...male models, escorts to the new Miss Othello and her court. Next morning bright and early is the Easter Bunny Brunch, clever brainchild of Othello Newcomer's Club, with fashions for the little ones. Nature is blossoming out in bright colors of spring...our cue, it seems, to rid ourselves of winter's doldrums. ************* Here for Brunch Coming all the way from SantE Barbara, Calif., this weekend, especially for-the Easter Bunny Brunch, are Kathy Francisco's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Davis. "That's all they heard about for two months last year," said Kathy. "And they couldn't get over then." This year Mrs. Davis will see what all the excitement's about when she attends with her two grandchildren, Tom- my and Leigh Anne. *******~$**** Jack Jelmberg, back the evening of ~5,ar. 23 Coming overnight for the celebration were former re- sidents, Harlan and Dorothy Denning, now of Richland... and joining the group were Marie Sisemore and her son, Lee, visiting from Gilroy, Calif. ************* Two Celebrations Todd Newman, son of the Gary Newmans, celebrated his sixth birthday Saturday, Mar. 30, with two parties. The first was a cake-and-ice cream affair for seven of his school friends. The second, that evening, for a houseful of relatives, all from out-of-town. Overnight guests were Bee's sister, Carolyn Baur- rick, with her son, Jason, and Gene Luisi, all of Seattle. Coming for the evening were Todd's maternal grand- parents, the Guy Newmans; great-grandmother, Mrs. Nel- lie Newman; aunt and uncle, Larry Fendell with Heather and Eric, all of ZiHah; and aunt and uncle, the Richard Scha- fers, with.Scott and Carrie, of Granger, and another uncle and wife, the Gay Newmans, with their daughter, Kristina, who came from Hermiston, Ore. Thirteen adults and eight children for dinner and a party INSTRUCTIONS FOR FRIDAY SHOW Fashion commentator Jeanne Lyda gives instructions to the Othello Rodeo court and their escorts for modeling in this Friday's Othello Orthopedic auxiliary luncheon and style show. From left are Karla Miller, Curt Bets, Linet Palmer and Kevin Bets. Local Couple Exchange Marriage Vows in Christian Church Rites I,ighted candles in seven- tiered candelabra and baskets of white roses, blue carnations and white gladioli decorated the altar area of First Christian Church Mar. 16 for the wedding of Pamela Ann McKeen and Karl Anthony Johnson. Officiating at the 4 p.m. ceremony was the Rev. Jack Weekend Visitors complete with decorated Weekend visitors for the cake...afire engine theme...for Robert Hartwigs...their a young fireman. ************* daughter and son-in-law, Gary and Deanne Way of Spokane, For Installation with their new son, Derek Weekend guests of Edna Barker of Pasco. Dylan, two weeks.old. Coffman, here to attend her Parents of the couple are ************* installation as worthy matron Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKeen Home fromCollege of Othello chapter of Eastern and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth College kids home on spring Star, were her brother and his Johnson, all Othello. break, or, who have boen home .wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Given in marriage by her on spring break...Mike John- HuebschmanofTacoma; sister father, the bride wore a nylon son, Nancy OtteqL John and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. organza gown in . empire )!~i Shields, Fred Miller, Val Harry Coffman, Seattle, and styling. Venise lace trimmed . : :i~: ;.. Preuschoff, Chris Johnson, son and daughter-in-law, the gown and edged the Mary Sandar, Laura Holland, David and Sue Coffman, of mantilla veil and her bouquet Cindy Anderson, Doug and Spokane. was of white roses, blue Keith Pershall and Michele ************* carnations and baby's breath Emerick. . Bookers Busy with white satin streamers. ************* Nellie Booker called with Harvey Bayley home from two news items. Attendants to the bride were her sister, Cheryl Sacred Heart Hospital Mar. Number one, their son, McKeen, maid of honor, and 26...following surgery on the David, has been home for two 18th. weeks from the University of Grace Sanchez. Their empire- ************* Washington. A good change styled gowns were of light blue polyester crepe with deep , Post-EventParty from the study routine, that of blue braid trim and short An after-the-pageant party helping with spring work on puffed sleeves. Each carried a at the home of Dick and the farm. Pauline Keeney Friday night. Number two item: Nellie's singlelong-stemmed white A buffet supper for mem- mother, Grace Raudenbush, rose. bers of the Jaycees and their celebrated her 100th birthday Flower girl was Crissy wives, pageant judges and anniversary Mar. 14. Sheridan and ring bearer was their spouses and Othello Traveling to the coast from Richard Johnson, groom's community float committee Othello for the birthdaynephew. members, celebration, attended byAttending the bridegroom MR. AND MRS. KARL JOHNSON A time for relaxing before around 35 friends and family was Barry Perkins, best man, Photo by Mike Black beginning to think of the members, were Tom and and Dale Johnson, groom'swhich followed in the church Othello High School. Thebride summer and pdrades to come. Nellie. brother, basement were Sandra Sheri- attends Modern Business Col- ************* Mrs. Raudenbush express-Traditional organmusicwas dan, guest book and Gall lege in Kennewick and the Birthday Party ed delight at having attained provided by Mrs. Tom Lyda. Johnson and Kathy Martin,groom is employed at Chef And a birthday party for the centennial age. Assisting at the reception gifts. Reddy. At the refreshment table, They are making their first Coruler and Victor De/_.eon centeredweddingcakeicedinwith a four-tieredwhiteand home in Othello. decorated with blue and white Phurmucy Ph=ts Wed i Fi st Baptist Ce flowers, wereReneFieldand n r remony Donza Shafer. by Bill Belhmann ' , The newlyweds honey- Coralee Booth and Victor mooned in Coeur d'Alene and DeLeon repeated their wed- Spokane. IMPORTANT ding vows to Pastor Brad Both are graduates of VDINFORMATION Kolbo Mar. 1 in 7 p.m. rites at If you're at all curious about Fa H|L'*O L uK -| why VD (venereal disease) Othello First Baptist Church. S [1 0 infection is increasing at such a Parents of the couple are rapid rate then here are a few Mr. and Mrs. Charles Booth Gi B of the most important reasons and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester van eras for this continually growing DeLeon. Wearing a white satin and At Pi Yi it (what else?) epidemic. (1) The lace gown and chapel length ro s contraceptive effectiveness of illusion veil trimmed with "the pill" has "The Great Gatsby Look",had the effect matching lace, the bride was just beginning to come into of greatly in- given in marriage by her father. She carried a bouquet fashion was seen by members creasing sex- of Xi Beta Xi chapter of Beta ual relations of white roses and pink ~,~ meeting at Piro's in Pasco participating Sigma Phi during their annual without those' carnations. Mrs. Robert Parrish at- ~~::!:: '~!!~ Mar. 26. showing any tended as matron of honor. :: .... ~i! She was attired in a floor- :: ~ Most admired during the real under- length gown ofpinkin empire i evening during which mem- standing or re- styling with capped sleeves ~ bars modeled clothes for each gard for the and carried a long stemmed other, were the season's pastel constant neces- white rose. shades and ice cream colors - sity for the prevention of VD. Bridesmaids were Mrs. lime and orange sherbert and (2) There is an almost total Santos Escamilla, Othello; lemon ice. lack of knowledge concerning Mrs. Jim Haynes, Seattle, The meeting, attended by 20 the cause of VD plus a sur- sisters of the bride; and Patti members and their guests, prisingly-casual attitude Cyr. Their gowns, fashioned Mrs. Kermit Pollock and Mrs. where the great dangers after the matron of honor's, Bob McCullough, was followed arising from these diseases are were of lavender and each by dinner at the Black Angus. concerned. (3) There is often a Next regular meeting will feeling of shame and em- carried a single long-stemmed be Tuesday, Apr. 9, 8 p.m. at barrassment when it comes to white rose. Cindi Escamilla and Juli the home of Mrs. Cecil admitting and reporting VD. Haynes, bride's nieces, were Derrick. Mrs. John Matthews (4) The correct use of pro- flower girls in pinkg0wns With will presentthe program,phylactics for the prevention pink floral wreaths in their "Mexico". of VDisstill little-understood- hair. Serving. as ring bearer A cti [dnnell let alone the necessity for was groom's nephew, Randy U on their usage. (5) Many people DeLeon, and candle lighters : who actually have VD are too were DianaSnyderandMrs. By NeWCO ignorant to recognize the Frank Booth, bridCs sister-in- m ers symptoms. And (6) even those law. who recognize the probability Dewey McDonald served Mrs. Gil Johnson was they have contracted VD often the groom as best man. Ushers auctioneer for a Chinese auc- fail to arrange for immediate, were Richard Silva and bride tion featured at a meeting of professional treatment of their groom's brothers, Sylvester MR. AND MRS. VICTOR DELEON the Othello Newcomers Club conditions. SoPLEASE, if you and Ramiro DeLeon." Photo by Mike Black Mar. 26 in the Communityhave the slightest suspicion. Nuptial music was provided Savings meeting room. you may have contracted VD by Peggy Reichert and Mrs. and served the three-tiered 1972 and attended Western Committee reports were PLEASE do consult your Lyndsey Roberts with Mrs. wedding Cake, baked by Mrs. Baptist College and Spokane heard on the upcoming Easter medical doctor - for your own M.E. Keller, bride's aunt, M.L. Hilmes. Mrs. Clyde Community College. Bunny Brunch and plans were sake, let alone that of others. organist. Farwell poured coffee andHer husband is a 1967 finalized. Here at724Mainwe're glad White wedding bells and Mrs. Marshall Butcher at-graduate from Othello High A crafts meeting is set for 8 to fiveyour prescriptions TLC decorations of lavender and tended the purichbowl. Others School. p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 9, at the (tender, loving care) because pink decorated the chhrch assisting were Mrs. Leo Followings honeymoon trip home of Mrs. Bill Hartman. this is the "priceless ingre- basement for the reception McRoberts and Mrs. Ernestto Vancouver, Canada, the Eggshell art, used for picture dient included with each pre- which followed. Vance. newlyweds are at home inframing, will be learned under scription we fill for you. You Mrs. Don Alexander and The bride was graduated Othello where the groom is the direction of Mrs. Lowell get TLChereat OthelloRexall Mrs. Roy Blankenbaker cut from Othello High School in self employed. Napier, crafts chairman.Drug - always. Details Set For Luncheon Luncheon will be served beginning at 11:45 a.m. at the Othello Children's Orthopedic Auxiliary luncheon-style show, set for Friday, Apr. 5, at Othello Golf and Country Club. The style show will begin at 12:15 p.m. with commentary by Mrs. Tom Lyda. Making their first official appearance will be Jana Beus, Miss Othello 1974, her prin- cesses, Cindy Anderson and Vicki Pastas, and their es- corts. South Kon Auxiliary Telling of her stay in South electrification of Korea to members of the South Korea. America Legion Post and Last month's gu( AuxiliaryNo. 219 Wednesday, ers were Francine Apr. 10, will be Mrs. Skip Othello Rotary Club (Susie) Allred. student from The program and following bec, Canada, with a meetings will be held at 7:30 narrative p.m. in the IOOF hall. home life and city; The program is being held Rosenberg, Warden, locally as a part of theslides of helicopter nationally-sponsored Auxili- training in Tennessee ary-Care program which lea- simulated situations tares as this year's project, ham. SOLID... That's Metropolitan... a solid invest" ment with a solid return. Your moneY, invested with us, earns from 6 to 80/0; depending on the plan you choose. 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