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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
October 24, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 19~3 WARDEN HALLOWEEN DANCE A I-[alloween dance will be held in Warden on Friday r~gl~t, October 31. The dance I11 Birds --- Fish --- Pets Supplios and Equipment -- rl~ropical and Goldfish -- 413 Ave. C East Kennewick ,nn,,,,, ~vill be held at the Commun~ity hall. Music will be furrrished by Dude SmiCh and his R~y- thm Riders. My. and Mrs; Ed Kn~cht and L~nda were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hardy in Othello Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ch,rist Woehl- hoff of North Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. H. Ferderer and fam- ily of Ritzville were visitors at the Jake Trautman home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Radacb spent the weekend ~t Dryden. Mr. and Mrs. J. Steele and :Bey and Billy drove to Wen- atchee over the weekend. FORD FARMING HEADQUARTERS PRESTON TRA CTOR CO. Pasco Phone 6122 Sales sad Seevice 1124 W. Ainsworth II1 ltlll(lll Will Ill Illlllf Romance... caprut l in s nging fragran to lend eAchanmwB m Tour elum=l Hours 9,].m.. 7p.m. - ounday; 9a.m. . lp m. Hns's a real flshter--a man who befievas in getting things done! Elected to Congress in 1940. at the age of 28, Henry Jackson has won the admiration of the entire ate for 12 long yearsof hard work. He led the battle for the build'ms of new dan=, trammim and reclamation projects. He brought new lndmta and payrolls to our citi . He the REA's, the farm eoopemtivu, and staide p*ic farm g tuets. J ack n is honest, aggressive. He stands fz Sovern- ,ment economy as pt ved by his "yes" vote on every re( amen - tion of the Hoove Commlmkm to eliminate waste. He oonsk ntly fights for the farmer and Let's vote for a man we can all respect--Henry M. Jackson! He'a eamed the job. HENRY JACKSON will make a GREAT U. S. SENATOR :i / Y~'. and Mrs. Horrm and fam- ~ty~sI~ep~ the weekend in Le~- is~, Idaho. Vernita Burkhalz a~ct Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BcWkholz visit- ed in Seattle recently. Mrs. W. S. CroSby and S~e- vie and Mavjorie and SYlvia Kisler sper~t the weekend in Spokane. Mr. and NitS. ~ Eir~eeh~ drove to Spokane Friday. TRY A CLASSIFIED THEY BRII~ RESULTS--- HARDING GLASS COMPANY lVl'~rrors---Plate Glass Auto Glass-- Sheet Class Front and A~burn Sts Phone 841 K~mm~wick HERMAN KRUPA OTHELLO PHONE 3614 II IIIIIIIII I I I I lii Starkist Chuni Real Bargains PUMICE BLOCKS only 30c each --F~ee Delivery on larger orders USED EXTERIOR DOORS -- $4.00 and down --If you'll need one, better shop now. 1 MILE WEST ON TAUNTON ROAD Adams County Commissioner Republican Candidate Second DisflicL General Election November 4 i II I I i ii i i i il l i ~ww~ ~v~v~vvvv~ HUNTS You can vb'.ain a com4~lete set of "Perfection" Bp, l ro s-YF.q GUARANTEED Aluminum Ware BY "tRADING AT OUR STORE 6-qt. Coveea For This ~'-ece 'and ~n~ny others-- almolutely free to our eus~m- er~. ,We are divi&ing our pro~ flits--we are makh~g St more worth y~our while tha~ ever to TRA~E WH~H US. No Advance' ~ Prt~ Come in 'and see our boautif~ display of t~e ~N &luminum ,War~. Ask for cata- logue descr~bin~ the different pieces. Let us stand t~e 'ex- pense of equipping your kit- chen with Aluminum Cook1~ Utensils. Full P ticul rs at $t re ~ AAAI AAAAAAA~AAAAAA A I IIII I I II AFTER ALL, THE BEST PLACE TO TRADE III I I IJl .... II Ii II [1111 I II III I