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October 31, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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OTHELLO OUTLOOK . Page 5 .0, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1974 Glen Hutchison, now year as pastor of First Presby- Church, was last Who's Who mystery Hutchison came here of 1963 and has an active leader in ~nity as well as church since then. d, 42 years ago in Calif., Rev. grew up in the area and graduated Technical High there. He attended the of California at and then graduated seminary at Ga. -~ompleted his student at work at Presby- churches at Cohutta, ~nd Apison, Tenn., the two border at the same st pastorate was at Ore. in 1957 and he came to Othello from there. Rev. Hutchison currently serves on the Adams County Retirement board and pre- viously ha~ been chairman of the Othello Library board, was active in opening the migrant daycare center here, served as chairman and board member for the Help Thy Neighbor Thrift Store which formerly operated here, and h~/s been active in Scout work, At present Rev. Hutchison is busy with a concentrated Bible study course for teach- ers in the local Presbyterian congregation, having attend- ed the Adult Christian Ed- ucation Foundation in Madi- son, Wisc., for several weeks of concentrated study. He enjoys gardening and fishing in his spare time. Rev. Hutchison and his wife, Marge, have two child- ren, Laura, an OHS fresh- man, and Andrew, a second WEEK'S WINNER - Douglas Haverkamp, right, is presented with $I0 as last week's Who's Who winner by Phillip King, an employee at Dec Holliday's Chevron Service. Clues and ad locations in last Andrew in 2nd, A&W Root week's contest follow: Calif- Beer; On Retirement Board, grader at Hiawatha. '~i~ii~- :~: ~ aurant; Born in Upland, Riccio-Jenkins Agency; 450 Drain Native, Freddie's Rest- Farmer's Electric; Fisherman, i~ii' i .:~i, :~i~ ~ii~.Cimarron; Grew up in Oak-Pine Place, Yarger's Market; :: :~ land, OthelloHydraulicss;U of At pulpit, Celeste Holm Cal and 42, both Woodworker; F[oriest; and Presbyterian, ~, Seminary in Decatur and Vess Jewelry. Stanfietd first, both Akin's Thrift; Cohutta and Apison, Just one missed clue once both Copeland Lumber; 2990, again made the difference between a $10 prize and a $50 i ~: :~ iiiDoc Holliday Chevron; 9957, jackpot in last week's Who's Joe's Central 66; Here 11 Who contest. ::: :~i~il years, DarE-Land; Came in '63 Douglas Haverkamp of 735 ili!!ii::;::~ and Likes gardening, Jack's E. Juniper correctly identi- ii!ii~ Bargain Barn; Wife Marge,fled Rev. Glen Hutchison as Ron's Cabinet Shop; Laurathe mystery personality, but Freshman, Mob's Lockers; Tax Payments Go to County Representatives of The Washington Wate Power Company will deliver checks totalling $1;222,193 to the Treasurers of 16 Washington counties this Week in payment of the utility's property taxed for the second half of 1974. Jon Eliassen, tax account- ant for WWP, said that the Company's total 1974 Wash- ington property tax bill will amount to $2,451,308. "Total 1974 tax payments will range from a low of $23.74 in Chelan County to a high of more than $1,400,000 in Spokane County," Eliassen said. The company's tax bill in Adams county came to $56,558.94. In surrounding countries it was $14,919.38 in Franklin and $23,341.90 in Grant. .b: " S PERSONALITY - Rev. Glen Hutchison, the Othello First Presbyterian Chm'eh, was the in last week's contest. found only 21 of the 22 clues included in the contest. That means that this week's jackpot prize ad- vances to $70 for some super sldeth who is able to find all of the clues and get his or her name drawn. Last week's contest had 114 entries with only 37 of them listing the correct clue total of 22. The contest entry box will be located at Hostetter Ford Sales this week. Clues can be found on this page and in advertisements of other participating merchants. Rep. Pat Pstterson GOP Rep, Otto Amen GOP We have appreciated the oppor- tunity to represent the citizens of District Nine in , he Legislature and ask for your continued support. Paid political advertisement Series Continues MOSES LAKE-"The Grain in the Stone," man's emer- gence as an architect and a builder, will be the subject of the third in the film series entitled "The Ascent of Man," to be shown Thursday at 7 p.m. at Big Bend Community College. The 13-part film series, acclaimed as an achievement approaching the status of "Civilisation" and "America" of television fame, is open to the general public Paid Political Advertisement R. D. "Ron" Snowden Republican Candidate for ADAMS COUNTY SHERIFF Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated Photo Special Movie or Slide Processing Shave Cream $I.09 size Theragran - M $1.89 size 130 tablets $1.59 size Wetting Solution Cough Medication $1.65 $1.98 Size :/_, .... - - ======================== :. : !~ White Rain $1.25 size Hand Lotion Almond Roca $3.25 size Cash Prizes "i Cash Prizes DR CLUES 'be hidden in ANY When you. We invite you to do your Employees of other sport- "Where to look for clues/' this issue. You do not have to ren under 12 must be in any of these best to outwit us! soring merchants ARE eli- above). If by coincidence, tile list all these clues-just givethe accompanied by an adult. ~ans that additional CONTEST RULES gible, name of WHO'S WHO (or total number of them. Dont 6. This week's contest of that firm This is a family fun contest! 2. Nothing to buy- use any other facts about him or her) forget to add your name and starts when you receive this ~lsewhere in thisOne entry per person (family slip of paper 'for your entry happen to appear in news address, Then, drop your issue and closes at 5 p.m. the paper and of four could submit fourblapk. Not necessary to be items, editorial matter or entry in the box located at the Monday of the following week. may also be entries(. Anyone may enter pre, eat to win. Not necessary other places in this news- sponsoring merchant, whose 7. At that time (5 p.m. next of these ads as UNLESS a member of your to o,, a subscriber to the paper, these will not count as ad hasa heavy black border on Monday) a drawing will be family is employed by theOthello Outlook to enter,clues in this contest, this page in this issue, held at the store where entries correct total number of clues ED (by anyone).The publisher hidden in all ads of sponsoring of the Othello Outlook will be merchants, a BONUS OF $20 the judge in all questions and will be paid. Whenever this his decision is final. BONUS is not won, it will be Family participation gives added to next week's BONUS- you a better chance to win the which will continue to grow jackpot...your wife, husband until it is won. or some bright-eyed young- 8. Every possible precau- star MAY spot that clue you rill be scattered... Othello Outlook or by the 3.' WHO'S WHO may be 4. To enter, write down the 5. There is no other place have been received for this tion will be taken to prevent miss! ' be from one to five merchant whose ad is heavily inV.)he in the Othello area. name you think WHO'S WHOwhere entries will be ac- week's contest. The first entry typographical errors that Got any Perry Mason in .~- or none. This is a bordered this week (thisClues for his or her identity is. Add the total number of cepted. Any member of the drawn that correctly identifies might be mistaken for clues, you? Think YOU can outwit skills...and we applies ONLY during the will be hidden ONLY in ads for clues you can find in ALL the family may bring in all the WHO'SWHOwillwin$10.,If but errorless typographythe contest? Remember you outwit week this ad is .bordered(. sponsoring merchants (see adsofsponsoringmerchantsin entries for that family. Child- THAT entry also lists the CANNOT BE GUARANTE- can't win if you don't enter, /m~.~., " Lived in I,ongview S';~' : I'21 O0 ...... * . Lo.,eyo. a One.oose BENAVIDEZ CAFE Pianos All Your Complete Music Store * Electrophonic Stereo Insurance Needs. Open 7 Days a Week RADIOSHACK A & W ROOT BEER RICCIO'JENKINS Supermarket of Sound Catering Service to Ware- " OF OTHELLO INSURANCE Honored by ALA GIVEN AWAY IN PRIZES! 4th&CedarStreets /~ 488-3651 32 E. MainOthello, Wa. 702 E. Main 488-3554 488-2451 22 N. First 488-9751 Milwaukee Club ~ i | || | i m I I i i I ~1 ~rial-Commercial ~[ "~ ~*'~%~' ~ ~"~t /~!~esidential . , ~'~.~ ;'.. ~-~WIRING CustomCabinets-Sawfiling -'~I~,~..;", : Ot/l~ff-~ ~d'~'a4~'CJ -Kitchen Cabinets ZAVALA'S PLACE -Carpeting ~lob Too Small " Furniture Refinishing ~/~f -Wallpaper - Paints ~ric Baseboard Entertainment Lounge Mexieu Food-Beverages ~Heating ROWS Huge Dance Flo,r ~,Sl')g~g~-~ Fi#e Beer & Wine to Go 1 "Chuck" Booth & THE Open 7 Days a week ~rlie & Frank CABINET-SHOP OIMARRON MOTEL " ..... WOODWoRKER and RESTAURANT ELECTRIC 60E. Hemlock 488-3993 OmE[L40~: w~s:. S9Tg'~:: 488-3902 ..... 2e E. LARCH 341So. lst. PH. 488-52191796S. Broad, way Othello h president Authorized Singer Dealer DOC COPELAND Here 45 years .... - ]~t~t~' ~uper ~ff.," Fabrics-Lessons- ~ HOLLIDAY LUMBER ix.__ .~q~t saves on your dget every day."~, Notions CHEVRON SERVICE Or Ttu'lp EasternEVERGREENstar treasurer ~', 745E. Main Free Pick-up & Delivery. Complete Building Sup- ~ | ~'S ~ 'i~: Air Conditioning Service plies for Contractors and ~MPLEMENT~ |NC. [fill ~i , ~ t t~ ~ri~~, . . Expert Atlas Tune-up Financing Do-It-Yourselfers Available.. R$,'$ A.' ,~1~@ United Indusi;rial Park n Othello ~ 488-3233 445 E. Main PH. 488-7fi36 Open 6 Days a Week 126 s..roadway488-~01, Othello 488-5222 ,:! "~.TopGrade [i'' 1 ..... VESt JEWELRY ' ~'! .~R~I~ZER MEAT ~~Z,1 CEL~~L. ~ JOE'S ENJOY FRESH PASTEURIZED ~1 :grHmerLcker " ADivi~ionfSPe~A~-~ ~R " " l L~ 488-9953 . -New Holhnd Hay Equipment This Week's "Who's Who" ~ CE At ,0~00EN~ZED 'i~l,,~! ~ ~~. No Answer ServEs Blades & Cutters Special!~ ' :F~p!es Batteries- Motor Oil SlushesGRhDE A~(d/lb ~i, ~(~a" All~i~kFlavors *Ear:DiamndpiercingRings ~] ~,4~-20s NEW HOLLAND- New '75 4 wheel drive Ford Earrings pickup available. Tires- Lubrication ~)~.. #_..j *Seiko Watches LOCKERS OTHELLO HOSTETTER A '7'ice Othello 61So. 6th 488-2852 645S. Broadway 488-9607 w0iu SALES~ INC. 110E.Main 488-7696 ~ ,, ~,,d M ~0~ Complete Tire & "On the Farm Service BASIN ,y. TIRE CENTER Don Ruttan PH. 488-9685 I 245 S. 3rd IgJl I ,H FREDDIE'S RESTAURANT Chinese- American Food Nightly Featuring - Ross Gibson at The Piano Bar 67 S. 1st . 488-2704 I I III I I Sign Up For Leagues Men - Womem Mixed Leagues OTHELLO BOWL Married in Vancouver 1312 E. Main 488-9561 ii i ii:ii i:!:i i!i;i~