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THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK - 7 OTHELLO, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1974 days from Fair old home in Salem where named by Gloria Jean Red-will be Mark and David Dr. and Mrs. Donald Her- wager that George and Mabel lived when inger and Michael Stearns for Redinger, bride-elect's bert marked their 25th le directors, and they were first married, their wedding, to take place brothers, wedding anniversary with a ~nts are begin- ************* Aug. 16 in First Church of the Margo Kasinger, pianist, dinner party Aug. 4 at the "Fair Daze". FamilyFun Nazarene, Pasco. Othello, will provide tradi- Cimarron Restaurant. many of you kept The Del Billmans, Del and Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tional wedding music and Acontinuationofthe festive Guide and Ruth, attended a recent ~ Vernon Redinger, Othello, the vocalist will be Debby Uhling, occasion followed with the came with two-day reunion of the Richey ~:: bride-elect is a graduate of accompanied by her mother,serving of anniversary cake at time back.., family on Ruth's father's side. ~ Othello High School and Mrs. Ray Uhling. the Herbert home. doing... Held at La Wis Wis near Mt. I Northwestern College of Bus- A personal and kitchen Coming for the event were that entry Rainier, 107 persons took part iness, Portland, Ore. She is shower was given Aug. 1 by the Herberts' daughters and you had made in all the visiting, a big employed as a secreatry- Mrs: Verle McCabe in her son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lon you saw last year's "sing-out" one evening and bookkeeper for Amoco Oil,home. Attending were friends Woodbury, Billings, Mont., picnic the following day. East Pasco. from Othello Church of the and Pare from Seattle. to choose Among those gathered were Her fiance, son of Mrs. Jean Nazarene. Also attending were Mary or cook, Ruth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stearns, Richland, and David A kitchen shower was Margaret, Carrie, Craig and or crafts. If Tom Richey, Meridian, Ida., A. Stearns, Sr., Springfield, hosted by Mrs. Boothe andMark of the home. sew even a button, who arrived prior to the Va., was graduated from Regina Johnson at the Boothe Dr. and Mrs. Herbert were tend you your reunion to see the LDS Pasco High School and em-home in Pasco. married Aug. 4, 1949 in You can think Dancers at Expo with the ployed by Boise Cascade, The rehearsal dinner forSpokane. They have been and minerals,Billmans July 24. Wallula Junction. membersoftheweddingparty residents of Othello for the even Others were Ruth's sisters Pastor Don McCarty of will be given by the intended past 15 years. If flowers and brother, Vera and Walter Othello Church of the Naza- bridegroom's father and his you, there areMiller and family, Eugene, rene will perform the wedding wife, the David A. Stearns ************** entered. And all Ore.; Virgil and Delores ceremony. Aug. 15. Something Richey and Ethel Wilson and Chosen maid of honor is Following the wedding a Protect our environment. family, all of Boise. Susan Howard, Pasco, withgarden reception will follow at Help us eliminate unwanted Sherrie Redinger, Burbank, the home of the David A. wildfire and join the Keep of each depart- ************* INTRIGUED BY ANIMAL COLLECTION - Heather Campbell, granddaughter of Veta and Mrs, Boyd Boothe, Pasco, Stearns, Burbank. Washington Green effort. named. Young Folks' Doings Fraser, admires some of the animals brought back from other countries by Mrs. Fraser. bridesmaids. Rachel Gould, romalot Two pieces of family news Heather, 2, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dean Campbell of Moses Lake. Dublin, Calif.,will light you? Like for the Orval Olsons. Karen YOUR Fair. Paulson of Bowman, N.D., candles. ** named Miss North Dakota BY LOCAL WOMAN Attendants to the groom 1974, and her gelding, Garnet will be David Stearns, Jr., Ribbon, won the title, "Grand groom's brother, best man, and Barry Stearns and Boyd .... oria inger to Wed Herberts Are 'YJessieM.Plant488-2935Aug.8...but do Rexberg, friends vacation and were Driggs relatives around and Si~ 50 ...... ~ iii!:~: In Pa: Chuorch Rites Silver Hone reeS, Date,On is only one Anthony, all Idaho...and the Bridalattendants have been B othe, groomsme . Ushering Liberty ant visiting rela- Dakota and with her sister the Stan- of Fredrick, f Yellowstone ack Hills, they s mother and other relatives. Was her daugh- a student at College Champion All-Around Senior Youth 1974 State 4-H Horse Show" in Minot in July. Happy news number two... the Olsons' son, serving with the Air Force in Denver, Colo. has been promoted to the rank of s/Sgt. Rodney is married and lives in Denver. The couple has one child. ************* Grandparents and Farm Driving tractors, hunting rabbits and fishing have been the main subjects of conversa- tion around the Rich Jackson rl nlm By Jessie M. Plant [4th in Series] In her home Veta Fraser has two elephants, one giraffe, a kangaroo, two koala bears, a lion, impala, horse, turtle, zebra and one kiwi bird. Sound like part of an exotic zoo? Or that Mrs. Fraser's house might be a bit crowded? home since the Jacksons' sons, Of course neither is true; the II concentrated on pretty ma- terials and baby apparel." First from Sweden But from that trip she did come home with a highly decorative orange ceramic horse, the good luck piece of Sweden. Her next trip took her to South America and Africa. "I should have had a llama, II One elephant, two inches tall, is carved from soapstone. The other, a much larger piece, is of black ebony, hardest wood known. It came from Rhodesia. Veta found the giraffe and impala in Pretoria, art center on the southernmost tip of Africa. A third tour took her to flew L visit with her Jlder where and a Ted, five, and Jason, Three, animals, bird and turtle are attending a and two ~r Night's arrived home Aug. 1 vacation. The boys spent four weeks with their maternal grand- parents, the Paul Dombys, on a farm near Huntington, Ore. Bringing the boys home, the Dombys spent a night at the Jackson home. Other recent guests have been Rich's parents, the Delbert Jacksons, but it wasn't until I went on from part of a collection of figurines that seven-day safariin Africa she has collected in three trips and saw so much wild life that I to various parts of the world, became interested in the "My first trip was to the native animals. Fromthen on I Baltic countries of Europe", tried to find one each place we said Veta. "They seem to went." feature beautiful materials, In Africa the figurines are Australia where she found a cuddly kangaroo and koala bear of real fur, which she brought home for her small granddaughter, Heather Campbell. Others in Collection fine linens and clothing. Iknew sold right where they areHer own collection includes I was about to become a being made. "Oh, they have a smallkoalabearclimbingthe grandmother, so I sort ofregular stores in the bigtrunk of an eucalyotus tree, cities", she said, "but in her baby clinging to her back; Betas Lunch At Poolside Delta Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained sorority sisters of Xi Beta Xi and Zeta Tau with a salad luncheon and poolside party Thursday, Aug. 1, at the home of Mrs. Everett Michel. The summer event was arranged by Mrs. George Keenan, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Henning Bech and Mrs. Clayton Michel. A floral arrangement of yellow roses, sorority flower, was a gift from Celeste Holm. ABOUT BURGLARS BREAK INS? Why Not Install an Alarm System CALL DAN SIMPSON TFN 488-2337 Lhis past Hod- and Dan Creek Re- 1elan. lodge trip to lake Saturday stopping the way. Reunions days and tw- n Idaho and with ~e and Dar- of Weiser, Ida. "In" at Expo Houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zene Whipple in Spokane, Rich hnd Karen Lochmiller have spent several interesting times at Expo this summer. Karen's mother being exe- cutive secreatry to Expo's Peter Spurney, they were there for the grand opening ceremonies and to hear President Nixon talk. Latest attraction was the Jack Benny show, July 26, LORENTZEN, Mr. and Mrs. Terry, Cunningham, boy, 6 lbs., 12 ozs., July 28. and Mrs. Harley Moore and smaller placesyou go right out a turtle, national emblem of GARZA, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, all Tacoma. Arriv- where the peopleare working. Tahiti, handcarved from Adan, Othello, girl, 7 lbs., 15 ing from Pullman was the '"People' means little boys mahogany; a kangaroo made ozs., Aug. 3. Sherberts' son, Ron. 10 to 12 years old. They carve of a fur-like material and a HOLLENBECK, Mr. and High spots of the weekend the figurines by hand, working Kiwi bird. Made of paua shell Mrs. Ron, Othello, boy, 8 lbs., v~it were a guided tour by with simple tools, knives, and ~bought in Auckland, the ~r~ff.,~.~-~ ~,~o'~'~ Ron of the Potholes and chisels and stones for smooth- little figurine is a replica of the WARREN, Mr. and Mrs. O'Sullivan Dam for Juanita ing the wood. national bird of New Zealand. Eugene, Othello, boy,6 lbs., 12 and Gary...a family dinner "From Scratch .... From now on in any travels Aug. 5. Saturday, followed by men "They have no pictures, abroad I will look for the- ' ....... and women alike playing nothing to look'at while they native animals. Alargepart of Margo Kasinger. horseshoes at Lions Park...and work. Each one starts with a the culture of those lessThe Singing Disciples have oanied by a showing of movies of piece of wood in block form and civilized peoples of the world had a busy summer, taking Arizona, from the Sherberts' each one completes his owndeal with the animal and floral their program to Quincy and a with Cheri, February trip. project. He decides what to life. Nature means more to Connell and on tour to the m, Clay ************* carve next, too. There is one them than to us. Seattle area where they sang Ida. Expo and Camping supervisor and around 20 boys "It seems we've got to drive in Bonnie Lake and ClearView members of after which they were invited Guests of Kenneth and in each place and they really 100 miles to go swimming,and CleElum during the ily gatheredbackstage to visit with Beny, Barbara Clines for a month have air conditioning - anThey live on a simpler scale, weekend of July 13, and 14, the first members of his cast and Expo duringJuneandJulywereher overhead shelter andwallscloser to nature, and seem and atateenralley in Moses which the personnel, mother, Leone LaCostie, and built up part way." content to have it so." Lake, August 4. on to Idaho ************* bother, Dan Swayze, both of Still ahead for the young Yuma, Ariz. 'Young Di pies! Set people isatournextweekto Clay to his North From Nevada During their stay they were eastern Oregon and a pre- liana B wneys. All the way from Babitt,entertained with a tour of formance at the Grant County ion was at Nev., for a month's visit with Expo and a camping trip to the New Musical on Sunday Fair inMosesLake. .... that of the relatives in Othello and Royal Cline's campsite above Cle Where they City and other points in the Elum. Weekend, 84northwest are Louie and The Clines' son, Paul Othello's Singing Disciples, "The Apostle" by Cam Florin. eetingFred,s themthree Margaret Rodriguezand child- DeVore, 17, is off to San Diego teen choir of the Church of the Finale of the program, the for a three-year tour of duty. He was sworn into the Navy last Friday, Aug. 2. in Spokane. Sunday back with iat Penticton Weekend in an exciting attend the Festival. ran, Mary Ellen and Tony. Houseguests of the Frank Rosas in Royal City, the Rodriguez family spent Mon- day with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lopez in Othello. They were joined for the day by another sister, Rosie Morales and daughter, Corina, of Wapato. A tour of Expo is planned during the Rodriguez' stay. the Big Bend ************* Year from Millers' Doings the George News from the Millers, and Art Carol and Caroline, who spent of news froma recent week in Bellevue where Carol took a four-day end of the tennis clinic from Washington the Clown State tennis champion, Dick in the Knight, of the Supersonics parade, Racquet Club. from During their stay they took P" in downtown Seattle sights, Everybody Home Nazarene, will return to their home church this Sunday, Aug. 11, with a new program they have been presenting in several Washington cities this popular "Spiritual Sing Out", is done by a select 12 of the group as a medley of Negro Spirituals arranged by Otis Skillings with choreography summer, by Alex Plasschert. The All the children of Herman The presentation of "Cometwelve presented it in and Maud Fielding home for a Alive", a musical witness of Othello's Music Association family reunion which tookthe life and writings of Paul, is reveiw "Up With America" in place July 19-21. set for 7 p.m. at the church March and at the Columbia Gathering for the annual with the public invited to Basin Cruscade in May. get-together were Max andattend. Soloists featured in the program include Don and Mark Kasinger, Julia Jelm- berg, Gary McCarty, Barry and Amy Adams, Terri McCarty, Dulcie Wheeler and ate in the Space Needle family were at Expo July 23 that Restaurant...and dined inand 24 where they watched Bellevue's Jonah and the the LDS dancers and heard all over Whale, only restaurant inSusan sing with the "Sounds of and Washington state listed in Zion". to seeing Gourmet Magazine. {Caroline ************* reported, said the food was good, too.) Summer Story Then on to Anacortes for a Kathy Francisco and child- the three-day visit with her ren, Leigh Anne and Tommy, I where 13parents, the Earl Jennings... spent last week in Seattle, !Vis family and an evening at Masonichouseguests of Dick's parents, and Park in Granite Falls for an L.I. Francisco. were official visitation of the worthy Dick joined them midway of one 34 grand matron of the Order of the week for the Home- Eastern Star. builders Fishing Derby... Jan with their four boys,The musical, arranged by Othello; Lavina, Salt Lake director Louise Oord, includes City, in charge this year; Mrs. a Variety of songs and Roger (Karen) Barnum, Ocean scripture from "Come Alive Springs, Miss., with her two and "My Tribute" by Andrae sons and daughter; son, Lynn, Crouch and selections from of the home; Mr. and Mrs. James McCauley (Arlene) and son Todd, Eagle, Ida., and Susan, of the home. Total people, 17 persons. Following the reunion the This past Sunday's guest ~n where he won fifth prize, a pair to the Miller home was Hershel of high-powered binoculors. orth Cas-Miller, Jr., cousin from"Just in time for hunting |eir first Greeley, Colo. The day was season.t', he said. ** spent at the Pat Miller home Visited too were Kathy's Reunions on Royal Slope with a family parents in, Seattle, with a anions this barbecue the highlight. "dinner out' celebration of her ************* mother's birthday. the Dillie Family Visiting Tommy s buddy, Mark Ida., of Houseguests of Mel and Pray, accompanied the family mothers Bernice Sherbert Friday home for the week. His part the through Sunday were sister, parents visited Sunday, taking Juanita Luthi, and friend, Tommy back to Seattle. Kathy the Roy- Gary McKee, both of Kansas and Dick entertained for in Boise City, Mo. them, with 10 couples invited was a They were joined Saturdayfor dinner...salmon, for course, Flick. afternoon by cousins, Mr. and from the Derby, with Dick week's Mrs. Norman Cable and Mr.doing chef honors. Lorie Smith and pianist, Savings these days are too important to risk. And a good return is especially important now, too. Fidelity offers you both, high return and safety; and a wide selection of rates and maturities to fit every need. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Complete service avail- (~ able at all 17 Fidelity ,,= ~r~ offices statewide. Fidelity ~' is 67 years safe, $370 mil- ~r~ ~r'~T, Tll~ lion strong. ~ -- --~T'" ~'~ * Early withdrawals on MEMeER F O'C savings certificates earn at the passbook rate less go days interest. Now with every 21-inch drive Toro Whirlwind Offer expires Sept. 15, 1974 \ Model #16273 96 S. 1st 488-3651 THE ('I,OTHESI,INE OPEN THURSDAY & FRIDAY UNTIL 8 P.M. 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