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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
October 3, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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Friday, Oc~ol~r 3,, 1952 THE OTMELLO OUTLOOK PAGE S SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. C. M. Depiere Mass held first Sunday of each month. 11 A. M. October 5 9 A. M. Novem~ber 2 11 A. M. December 7 Everyone Welcome ASSEMBLY OF GOD Lester Byrd, Pastor Sunday 10 a.m. Bible Study RENO'S OFFICE SERVICE Phone 3382 Othello, Washington Office Hours: 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. ill ning. Prayer meeting at 7:30 on Thursday evennig. Servmes m the theater building. All are Welcome. Ii a.m. Morni~"iMessage ',Sp~er, ~lath/n ~N, N~zarem- * ONE "NEW Sm~N~DE S~vm~ns DITDLEX available: Oct 16, Services at 7:30 Sunday eve- us, Eva,n~eHst. ' Mattress laor ~ale.Pt;mne Range :Refr~e~tor~ Bencl~, 7:30 p,m. Evening Service 3384. .fsa Harold Rorvik Evangelistic Services Coronado Washing Ma~hn.e, Broker 7:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Service Wood condition, $26.00. a.l~o WANTED TO RENT and ~Bible ~S~uday. !949 Eureka Vaccuttm cleaner 7:;-' '~ ,~ ,;~3. .~ .~,r :)*oung with attachment's, 1,i~e ne~ People. ~. ~ (ad~ CHURCH OF CHRIST Sam May, minisler Meels in new basemenl build ing in Scolt -Schroeder addi tlon east of town. 10:00 A.M.' Bible Classes I].00 A.M. Mornir~g Worship 7:30 Evening Service 7:30 Wednesday Evening Bible Class. 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Radio Sta- tion ABC Pasta or Spokane, Program, "Herald of Truth." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Clarence Blazer IJastor 10:00 A.M. Bible ll:00 A.M. FORD FARMING HEADQUARTER~ PRESTON Phone 6122 Sales and Service 1124 W. Ainsworth : ,i: Re Elect me ! " ' YP I1' of LIND, WASHINGTON ( DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE Adams County A Proven Commi sioner with the Interests of the entire county at heart GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 4. Paid Poli,tical Ad~. CHRISTIAN Rev. Don I0 A. M. ruble ev-ryone 11 A. M. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Study and APARTI~HNT.---WenIed.. to Elles- ltc PRESBYTERZAN Roy. Fred Koschmann Sunday Church school. 10 aan. Worship Service 11 ,a.m. Young peoples meeting 5 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Wed. 7:30 p.m. Imdies Aid, 2nd ,and 4th. Wed. OUTLOOK S Call For Bids church a,t come of4~ ~nd ~ts. Buildir~gs .to be removed. Mail all to:Bex 448, Othello. Build- be ~nsl~cted ,by carl- ,~g~ is reser~ced and ~II ,bfds sulb- 2tp i ,,, ' SALE sale ~ay owner, ap- prox!n~tely 1 mile from city limLts West on Taun~ort ~F. H. Hous~older. ~n BENDIX, Au~corrmtie, 7: years o1~ c0nl~.~ly overhauled reasorm'b~e " Phone 3470 PIANOS Add Beauty, Clmrm and Cul- ture ,to your home with a Piano From Hollenback Piano CoTn*pany New Pianos from $~90 old pianos accepted in trade BLrY OR R~NT Steinway, C.hickerir~g, Wur- litzer, Geo. Steck, Sohmer end Krak~uer. for information See at Basin StlpolyCo. Moses Lake, Washington i: or write Holientmck Pi,ano Comwnny W. Gll First Spokane Phdne RE-II57 .FURNITURE ..Othello SecOnd Hand Store. Phone 3322 ~0' ~~ h 0~. e ~r ~39 square feet, Hard,arood floors, new. Grs $275 down, Balance less Chin Tent. :Why :Wait?' Y#arold Rorvik Broker Makes The Vifference And the Real Difference is in the CLEANING! ACROSS FROM CITY HALL PHONE 3432 II ATLAS TI~ES, BATTERIES AND ' ' ACCESSORIES OTHELLO PHONE 3641 -- 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE -- STEAM CLEANING RADIATOR PURGING :Under new ownership end management Come in --- Trade W'itk Confidence JFim We salute the men and women of America's large and small newspapers, watchful guardians of the r ghts, privileges, and liberties of a free people! Tireless in seeking the truth, trust- worthy in reporting it to you without fear or favor, they are the sentinels in freedom's first line of defense. Freedom of the press is unknown in many lands today. Wherever totali- tarian government exists (communist, fascist, socialist), the press is a slave press, and the people no longer free. Lers not/el that happen here! Jd What has this to do with your electric service? Plenty! If private enterprise electric systems are "taken over" by 9overnment, it will be a Ion9 step toward socialistic monopoly of all industry, and the end or :-tree press.