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PAGE ~ THE OT, HELLO OUTLOOK Z~61 "z ~I-':rS~XhOH / :L ~S MORE ABOUT-- mum Continued from Page One highest vote-getter in the coun- ~. He piled up 2,266. David Hoefel of Ritzville and Robert Timm of Harrington, unopposed Republicans seeking re-election to the state house of representatives, received 2,020 and 1,775. Henry J. Danekas, Ritzville phoned its commissioners' score Cooperative Has office 40 minu~tes later. C u n n i n g h a m phoned the first complete~ returns -- at 10 Annual Meeting p.m. Sehragg precinct was the first to deliver its election sup- plies, arriving at 11:50 p.m. Mrs. Buhl was on duty compiling re- turns until 4:25 a.m. The record turnout of voters saw all qualified voters except one balloting at Cunningham and all except two at Fairview, Willis and Lantz. The county has 240 absentee Democrat who was unopposed votes to count but it is believed Wednesday. for re-election as first district they will have little bearingWest stressed the stakes all county commissioner, received on the results. - residents of the Northwest have 1,581 votes. ." Adams county voted against DTN~E--~'TU'~AY in continuing the river develop- three of:~he seven state mea- This Saturday evening is ~he ment program which began as sures --:~e welfare initiative, ni, gh~t for a chi.cken dinner be- early as 1874. increaJd school bonding ing sponsored by the Polly- Co-op members --- a record amendme~l~, and justice of thearma group of the Othello number attended -- re-elected peace amendment--though the Christian church. Tickets w~lleight of their nine trustees. , school and JP proposals carried be on sale a the door in the RETURNED TO the board on a stateside basis, new Christian church base- were James Clinesmith of First prc4Cinct to giv.e partial me~% from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Benge; Milton Schwisow, Jess returns after, polls cldsed at 8 and are $1.25 for adul,~s andDewald, and W. B. Kautz, all ~.m. was L~tz, which tele- 75c for chil~'en, of Ritzville; W. G. Curry and L Eugene Phillips, both of Lind; t Lester Lyle of Cunningham; and Max Lord of Pasco. "If you want your cooperat- ive --- if you want it to go ahead -- then talk about it 24 hours a day," Herbert G. West, executive vice president of the Inland Waterways association of Walla Walla, told members of the Big Bend Electric coop- erative meeting in Ritzville DEVELOPMENT OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN--AND~ OTHELLO. THE BIG B~ND ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, BE ONE Or TR~ KEY ITEMS IN THE FUTURE %~bII~ HAS ~YJOPENED ITS OFFICE HERE .... hL[ OUR USED CARS WARRANTEED OR " 00 ll. s {}o MAY BE REPAIRED BY ANY AUTgORIZED NATIONAL S.E.I.WARRANTY DEALER IN lH[ UNITED STATES OF HAVING A T,ARGE ~ING AGENCY AIDS YOU. IT EN~ US TO I~OVIDE YOU WITH LOW-COST ~OW]~. WE PAY B~CX~WZTH ERTEREST, EVERY DOL- LaR ~E BORROW. FOR ~FRTHER INFORMATION CON- ?I~RICT ~ B~ST AT 9652 ~IN THE O'I~IELL0 REALTY Lyle Neff of Pasco was nam- e~ to succeed B. D. Richmond of Kahlotus. Clinesmith, co-op president, reported Big Bend has paid $262,083 in principal and inter- est to the Rural Electricifation administration against REA loans made to the local cooper- ative. Robert Klatt, manager, em- phasized farmers increase their own income a~d at the same time strengthen the coopera- tive by making greater use of electricity. WILLIAM H. KNIGHT, pro- The Ches-ka-ma~ Camp Fire girls held their third meetir~.g at the borne of their leader, Mrs. Ron Drake, Wednesday evenh~g. November 5. They worked on a po~ter which will be displayed with the other Camp Fire graoups and Blne- birds in the windily of Har- ley's Ci0thing S~ore. The pc~- ters will be displayed on Nov. 6. THE OIL.FIRED WINTER AIR-CONDITIONER GIVES YOU COMFORTAblE and e 0 0 TOUR DEALI FOR BENDIX HOME APPLZARCZS -- E T&TE RANGFJ -- AND HEATING BOX 1117 1952 PMA Elections Are Now Unde a7 Ada/ps county's annual PMA elect~ to select community committee members are under- way. Ballots have been mailed to all farmers, and are due at the PMA office by November 20. II I CAW & CAW Phone Othello II I I I I I IIII I I II I MOORE REGIST|RS REGISTER FOR Am ACaSSOl. OtheUo Outlook I ject director in rural electrifi- cation in the University of Idaho department of agricultur- al engineering, stressed the im- portance of adequate wiring in homes. Miss Harriett Brigham, REA home economist, spoke on co- operative principles. Entertainment was provided by the Connell high school band directed by Beth Gleason and a girls' quartet, from Ritzville high school. The meeting was at Marcellus Grange hall. HARDING GLASS COMPAh Mlrrors.--Plate Glass Auto Glass-- Sheet Front and At~burn Sts Phone 841 *2.98 Pocket Watch Only Plus Tax Hurry, 0nlg few, N0 more available Hours 9 ,. m. . 7p.m. - Sundays 9 m. . l p m. m mmumea ~ 1950 Ford Club Coupe ... ........... $1595.00 Overdrive, radio, healer, seat cove's, low mileage, .local car 19 9 Ford Club Coupe ............... $1295.00 New seat covers, radio, heater, spotlight 1939 Chevrolet Coupe ............... $ 195.00 1945 Chevrolet 2-Ton ................ $745.00 Hoist, Flatbed, Brownie trans. 1938 Chevrolet 1-Ton .............. $250.04} Cab & Chassis MORE REAL BARGAINS 1950 FORD F~R ........................................................... $15~ Overdmve, radio, heater eea~ covers 1951 PLYMOUTI'I Str/~Jlq~AN .......................................... $1895 ~11,000 ~ raa4o, heater 1947 CRO~-Y ...................................................................... $ ~$ ~otor Just Over~hatded 1949 FORD 2-DOOR ............................................................. $11f$ Radio, Heater, flew Seat Covers 1941 FORD 4-DOOR ............................................................. 4 410 Excellent IN0 FORD F-I PICK.~rP .................................................. J104~ 1949 FORD F-I PICK-UP ................................................... $109~ 1949 CHEVROLET ~ TON PICK.~P ........................... ~$11~ We N.ed More Us i Cm -- We Tak Comd SN "Hmsm '" Luka Danlelaon foe buya In cars and ~rucks ----- Also stop in if your in the mmrl~ for a now Ford c~ or truck, i . OTHELLO {Le e Dud i "Wl i b.~ra tc i bar~. eOune