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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
October 3, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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October 3, 1952 Publish~i by the Otht~llo Ouii0ok as a public s~-vice for the Othello Se, hools Vol. I --- No. I Attend Kid's Saturday by Barbara Spitzer and Sharon Olson day was held at Larson base at Moses bake, morning. were an estimated 140 who won't on .buses Othello. Children from Lake and .Ephrata were also. tour began when the were conducted thr- ,the lookou~t ,building. airplanes came next most of the children .the littlest "to the biggest to be very interesting. end of ,the tour came a big thrill for all ,the A jet, which was o~f ~se, w~as set on ~fire. The the m~tch touched the plane, the field became inferno. The airmen took the fire truck and ;h'ed the flames. High and Grade. .students would l,ike to the ,Kiwams club for the tour o.f the Air Force base. They 'it very much. They ,also like to thank the who were the drivers buses. rSKY HOWL Staff Sharon Tennyhill, David Yorgeson Editor .... Zelma Powers Editor .... Betty Stone Editors Patsy Martin Joe Moore Reporlers Sr. Class Patsy Martin Class Ginger Tosk(w Cla~ Gary St.Luise ~rade Lee Ann Steman ~rade Barbara Spilzer The kick-off at Washtucna started a very sorry day for the Huskies. A.t the kick-off Washtucna took %he 'ball and went for an easy l~uchdown. From ,then on Wash.~ucna just did everything bue~ wal, k over the Huskies until lh,e half time, ,the score then 56 ,to 0. After half time the Huskies coach, Mr. Waldo, sen,t m a new plan of a~t~ck, the second squad. They stopped the Wash tucna team and completed a pass or ~wo counting up yard- ~ge. Then when tire second string was being pushed up a- gMnst their own goal line the coach sent in the first string. No one knows ~vhat happened ,then-whether the first string was mad or ready to play ball- but ~t/rey sure went at it. They were starting to look g,~od but it was ,too la,~e in the fo,otball game to do much g~od. The boys played good clean foot- '},all just the same. Af, Wr that th,e Huskies really coufiied u9 the yards; but, so did Wash'tuc na which made one more 4ouehdown. Well that was just ,an ~L'f @ay bu.t ~he Huskies are glad they, got it out of their system before the big Connell game. BEAT CONNELL TODAY West .the 7th grade tea- is from North Carol,inn. Wen~ to Washington Sta~ and she started teach- because she thought she she would like it. She ;Nug~t two years amd is on third. She h:as nineteen in the sevenl~h grade 5,ear. She is married, but no children ei.ahth grade teacher Kendal, has tau~ht for ~ears. ,He went to West- State Coltc,ge e,f Educa- comi-:~ to Othello ,at C~t:heart. Wash- His .favorite classes are Studies and Math. lie th,at his reasons ~or be- n t:oach.er were that he he would enjoy ~t and it was very interesting chitdren develop in work. Kendall is married and Ihree children att'endin~g ,a.d one that is not. He Othello :and the ~tin~a~e rnueh ~ne st~a~ei~ that he that Othello would .b~ nice town in ,a ~ew has always ~au.~ht Jn a small school. Mr. Corbin taught a.bout six months in Sunnyside. He re- ceived his education at Wash- ington State College. He teach- ,es music and Errglish. Of ,the lwo his favorite is music. His largeSt class ,is Girls General Music in which he has thirty- two. He is not ,married OR en- gaged. Mr. Stemen is principal of the Othello school th.is year. He came to Othello last year from Ohio. ~Ic .has attended college and chose , teacbir~g because be likes ~p~rts. He ,first b::gan! his teaching c'ar;~er as a coach. :Dr. Venn is the superinten- dent of %he Othello school this year. He has attended the Un[ verMty of Washin,gton, Minn, and CA]ic~go. JcIe has taught school for e~ght years, spent f~ur years in 'the service, and previously ~as ,a professor at Wasahington S~ate college. Dr. V, enn ~is married anal has three children, John, Debbie, and Vickie. ,Dr. Venn said there a~e about ,a hundred new stu- dents attending school here lhis year m SUPPORT YOUR TEAM!! rade News I Stories From the Second rade STORIES BY SECOND GBADERS MOVING by Donna Lindsey I helped my father and mother mowe from Ogden U- tah. I packed the ~oys. My sis- ters helped me, and I helped father and mother roll up the ugs. I helped carry the things ou~; to the big truck so 'hat Dtaddy could l~ad ~them. When ,the truck was loaded ,and we veere on our .w~y to Othello I rode in the truck with Daddy. LOST AND FOUND by Carol Koschmann Last week we g~t a pretty hlack and wh~ite kitten. Yes- terday we couIdn'.t ffind it any where. We looked all over and even asked the ,neighbors if they had seen it. When I was going .to bed last night, I heard a faint "mew." I opened lhe linen closet door and tthere e:he was. Som~eone ,had closed .~he .door on her and ,there she had been all day. FIRST GRADE NEWS We have had one new pupil this week, David Cline, from Orovflle. This makes 35 tha~ are enrolled 'in lahe ~irst g~ade. THIRD GRADE NEWS Fourteen children of the ,thix