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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
May 29, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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PAGE 6 OTHELLO OUTLOOK yet chosen a name for th~-~m- selves. Girls in the I-Yo-Pta group who were presented with the National Needlework Guild honor were Janie Book!~r, Marvel Cole, Doreen ,HCchn, Shkley King, Anita Mercier Humphrey, Sharon Howdahl, Loretta Castine, Susan Sehot,t, Hannah Schott, Arla Fjt2seth, N'ancy Nutley, Berta Decker, Connie Mont~gomery, ShL~rry Schneider, Sara Sue Wohlek~-~ and Judy Johnson. Berta JJ~cker of the Ke-Wey and ElaiNe Knapton; and in Dan group in Warden was presented :with the rank of A Council .Fire was held Sat the S~t-Sulip ,group, Megan urday evenir~g in the Othello Ermis, Kathy Grow and Joa~ W0odgafl~erer. School for the Othello and Yager. To earfi this nationa Wr0-----~-6 "-0esopl? ~,~ "Warden groups of Camp Fire honor the girls made two gar- Girls. men, ts a.p;-~ce which were giv- Six girls of ,t,h~ Blue 13ird en to ;t~he White Swan Mission. group ';flew up to the Camp The girls who recei~!2d the Fire program at this event, rank of Trailseeker in the~0qlb p~t-0ree The girls who wel/e honored Ct2~s-Ka-May ,group were Bil were Shirley Stewart, Ani, ta lie Gillespie, Blanche Bush, I-Iollan, Sandra Brown, Cora BaI~ara Spitzer, Paula Booker Bisa~ol~f, Sharon Spitzer and and He]~en t3runs. Sally Zyph. In tt~e Sit-Sulip group the Th~ese same six girls will begirls who were presenl/ed wi, t~ formed into a new group in the rank of Woodgatherer the very near future. The guar ~!~re Judy Cox, Kathy Grow, Arleen Kisler, Lee Ann Ste- men, Donna S~ewart, .Shirley Jean Vietzke, Shirlee Wea~b.r, Joan Yager, Sharon Olson and Barbara Stone. The I-Yo-P'La group h,ad four girls who received the Firen~aker rank:Janil~ Booker Ma:vel Cole, Elaine Knapton and Anita Mer:ier. Ali~2 ~VIeIcicr received the rank of Tcrchbca,-er in Home- cra~-t. Mrs. He:~n Mercier was pre- sented with the rank o2 FnL,- maker and Mrs. Vivian Dra~2, with ,.he rank of Trailseet~2r. Warden girls who ~;_~ceived the National Birthday honors were NayS:no Nutley, Penny dian for tbJe girls will be Mrs. Lynn Johnson assisted bY Mrs. t-~arold Terry. The: havre not ELECTROLUX Sales and Service Polisher and Accessories H. S. SULGROVE RitzviHe, Washington Call Phone 385-W Standard Floor Products Standard Floor Hardner Standard Self-Polishing Wax Standad Wax Floor Spray Siandard Shingle Oil Standard Floor Oil 10 per cent off through & JUNE 1952 M. A. TERRY, Wholesale Distributor Standard Oil Co. of California PHONE 3401 OTHELLO I IU DRAIN STOPPED--GIVE US A FAST CALL THATS RIGHT--ANY PLUMBING PROB- LEM WHETHER IT'S NEW CONSTRUC- TION OR OLD~ REPAIRS SIMPLY CALL US AND REPORT YOUR pROBLEM--WE DO TIIE REST--- CALL US TODAY FOR -- .. FREE ESTIMATES -- -SPECIALIZING IN RADIENT HEATING-- 0wr. PLU BI AND HEATING " OTHELLO Phone 3387 l Phone Warde S117 ipt 2J,, ,l CLEO STOTLER !Boy Scout Troop 176 of Oth- ello was able ~o place in the top ten places for camping 'honors at the Inland Empire 'Campo~3e held l:as~ weekend at Diamond Lake, near Spok- ane. The ten ~boys who represen- l!_~cl the troop et the outing earned enough points to place them in the top quarter of the groups particil~ating. T:.Lre were 45 troops repro- sented at the event. I0 troops were from Canada, which re, ado it an intl-~rnational camp. The boys left Othello Fri- day afternoon and returned Supday af'~!2rnoon. They were under the supervision of Bo(~ Kuhn .off Ot'nello. T:he group included Patrol ~Lead~_~rs Tom Ferguson and Richard Barrio, Assistant Pat- rci Leaders Jerry Vietzke and I~!_~rrell Stevens, and Larry Ga- no, Wayne Kennedy, Bob Vietzke, Richard l~ulligaa, Joe Shafer and Jim SpenO'-'. BONNIE ROLOFF HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hodson lenter~ained ~.t a party Monday .ev~mir~g ~after grad.ua~ion exer- ci4es honoring Miss Bonnie Poloff on the occasion of her graduation from high school and her eight.~enth .birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. ~lm~er Boloff and chi}d- ren, Mr..and Mrs. Robert Rol- o,,f and children, Mrs. Marie Suko of W'arden, Mrs. E~mil Su,ko and Gary of Ward{-~n, Mrs. W,al.ter Suko and Berna- dine of Warden, Miss JI2nnie Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Ern Hod- son, Vickie Dee Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Roloff. ~OWLING TEAM TAKES SECOND HONORS The Sunset Drive-In bowl- ing tl:am took second honors in lemguc bowlin,g in Connell for the sleason. At the playoff h'st Mond'ay ~evening the C'on- rl.?l] Farmerettes nosed out the ~local girls for t