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.. i:i WINNER - Marjorie Kasinger, left, is presented with $70 by Della Baxter of Ford. Mrs. Kasinger claimed the jackpot in last week's Who's Who contest. t Bend Shrine Club and Ameri- can Legion, passed away Dec. 24, 1970. Mrs. Kelly holds charter memberships in the Mil- waukee Women's Club, Haase Henry American Legion Unit No. 219, Othello order of Eastern Star and Oasis Nile of Othello for 40 years, who had about mov- was then a small community in the of the desert as a was the featured in last week's contest. (elly reports Othello t OOen e John Kelly, a st with Milwaukee here. Lily convinced me a :; years later we ::::;:~: Tnove here," she Club. She is also a member of the Emblem Club of Pasco. Past president of both the Milwaukee Club and Legion Auxiliary, she was last year honored with a lifetime membership in the Auxiliary. She is treasurer and a past worthy matron in the OES. la Algona, Iowa, Mrs. a couple of years and then came to with her parents. from North ~Iigh School there and beauty school, a beautician. Mr. Kelly, who was t'ee of Milwaukee for were married in After coming to ia the 1930's, the soon became Public Notice spent two years in in the early 1950's was trasferred and Mrs. briefly operated a shop in the Bon in Seattle. John, who in numerous local notably the Big LONG-TIME RESIDENT - Mary Kelly, a resident of Othello for more than 40 years was the featured personality in last week's Who's Who contest. rO "You're joking me," was the comment by Marjorie Kas- inger of 137 S. 8th on Monday when she was infromed that she was the winner of the jackpot prize of $70 in the Who's Who contest. Mrs. Kasinger correctly identified Mary Kelly as the mystery personality and found the right clue number to become the fourth big winner in the contest which is now in its 13th week. A total of $360 has now been given away to contest winners since the event started. The happy winner reported "the only thing I've ever won before was an electric frying pan years ago." Mrs. Kasinger had one of 69 entries with the correct name and clue number entered in last week's contest. A total of 144 entries were received. The jackpot will drop back to $30 this week, with entries to be received at Bentley's. Clues and their ad locations in last week's contest follow: Algona and born in Iowa, both Basin Tire; NCHS and For- mer beautician, both Wood- worker; John was railroader, Cimarron; OES Charter member, Freddie's Restau- rant; Married in Vancouver, Othello Bowl; Here 45 years, Roy's Auto Service; Mil- waukee Club, A&W Root Beer; Honored by ALA, Benavidez Cafe; In Oasis Nile, Celeste Holm Florist; Eastern Star treasurer, Evergreen Implement; Lived in Long- view, McRae Music; 245 S. 3rd, Yarger's Market; 488- 9944, Bentley's Past ALA president, From Spokane and No. 219, all Akin's Thrift. 4-H Badland Riders Tour Vet College Thirteen members of the Hadland Riders 4-H Club made a tour of the Veterinary College at Washington State University during an open house Friday, Oct. 25. [)riving were club leaders, Mrs. Clair Beus and Mrs. l,eRoy Mattly. Also making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Whittle and children. A sack lunch was enjoyed on campus prior to the tour. Club members are Curt Kerry, Kyle and Ken.Beus; Mark Fleshman, Danny and Melanie Haws, Merilee Jelm- berg, LorE, Lindy and Louis Mattly: Karla Miller, Jackie Schmidt, Karla Solbrack and Canda Whittle. Mrs Johnson ,,,. t,, ,,,, Vacant Position) expired term as super- visor of the Othello Conservation H d D by ea s er aod ,x'cuDiers residimz in the Othello Conservation District may secure nomination petitions I'rom Coming away with high the State Conservation Commission, score from the latest round of Olympia, Washington 98504. play of Othello Derby Bridge Club was Marion Deeter. In second place was Ruby teary. Kay Shelton held the third high score. Elected new chairman at the concluding luncheon-card party held Oct. 30 at Freddie's Restaurant, was Gerry John- son. She succeeds Gaff Para. A new round 'of play for the charitable organization began Nov. 4. Playing will be Hazel Foisy, Jean Petersen, Helen Fulks, Gaff Para, Ruby LeaFy, Milly Vogel, Sandy Boyd, Madge Wolff, Glorian Roloff, Kay Shelton, Catherine Para, Dorothy Harris, Bonnie Mil- ler, Sal Lottes, and Mrs. Johnson. 'Hidden Strudure' MOSES LAKE "The Hidden Structure," fourth in a series of films entitled "The Asent of Man," will be shown Thursday at 7 p.m. in the student lounge at the Philips Union Building on the South Campus of Big Bend Com- munity CoLlege. AVILA, Mr. and Mrs. Felix, Othello, boy, 8 lbs., 7 ozs., Oct. 30, FLORES, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Connell, boy, 6 Ibs., 10 ozs., Nov. 1. VAN VLEET, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Othello, boy, 7 lbs., 3 ozs., Nov. I. NEWBERRY, Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Connell, boy, 6 lbs., 7 ozs., Nov. 1. SWATMAN, Mr. and Mrs. Michael, girl, Othello, 6 lbs., 9'/4 ozs., Nov. 2. STRICKLAND, Mr. and Mrs. Dave, Othello, boy, 7 Ibs., 8 ozs., Nov. 3. OTttEI,I,O PUBI,IC SCHOOLS October 29, 1974 Request for Bids on School Bus Chassis Sealed bids will be accepted until November 22, 1974 on one 1975 Model 66-passenger school bus chassis. Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Superintendent, ~00 South 10th, Othello, Washing- ton. /s/Thomas B. Lyda, Secretary l i-14-2T Board of Directors WASHINGTON STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION Olympia, Washington 98504 Notificaiton calling for nomination THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK - OTHELLO, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1914 Nomination petitions, to be valid, State Conservation Commission shall be returned to the Con- Date:November 1,1974 servation Commission by December /s/ G.C.Digerness 31, 1974. Executive Secretary By Order of the Washingtonll/7/1T III I I y PERCENT Per Annum Score a Big 7-II2% by joining Our Team of Community Minded Savers. The "Team Plan" is as Follows: Start by opening up a four year Sav- ings Certificate Account. Deposit $I,000 for a minimum of four years. Your interest will be compounded daily. J The odds are all in your favor as the points continue to tally up. Remember though, there is a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawals, so hang in there and you will be a real Winner. Othello 450 E. Main 488-9601 IN8URED WENATCHEE 700 NORTH MISSION STREET, PHONE 663.7146 BRANCH OFFICES IN MOSES LAKE . ELLENSBURG OTHELIX) SPOKANE ii!! Cash Prizes "1 Cash Prizes ' be hidden in ANY )N. When you. We invite you to do your Employees of other sponz "Where to look for Clues," in any of thesebest to outwit usI soring merchants ARE eli- above). If by coincidence, the that additional CONTEST RULES gible, name of WHO'S WHO (or of that firm This is a family fun contest! 2. Nothing to buy- use any other facts about him or her) elsewhere in thisOne entry per person (family slip of paper for your entry happen to appear in news the paper and of Tour' could submit four blank. Not necessary to be items, editorial matter or Will be scattered... ~' be from one'to five - or none. This is a of skills...and we do our best to outwit clues may also be entries(. Anyone may enter of these ads as UNLESS a member of your family is employed by the Othello Outlook or by the merchant whose ad is heavily bordered this week (this applies ONLY during the week this ad is bordered(. BENAVIDEZ CAFE e is Our Business" ;tworthy Stores tLEAN'S RDWARE t_ 488-3651 4th Grade Mexican & American Foods Open 7 Days a Week Catering Service to Ware- houses, etc. pre~,ent to win. Not necessary other places in .this news- to 0e a subscriber to the paper, these will not count as Othello Outlook to enter. 3. WHO'S WHO may be anyone in the Othello area. Clues for his or her identity will be hidden ONLY in ads for sponsoring merchants (see * Lowrey Organs * Pianos * Complete Music Store * Electrophonic Stereo clues in this contest. 4. To enter, write down the name you think WHO'S WHO is. Add the total number of clues you can find in ALL the ads of sponaoring merchants in RADIO SHACK Supermm'ket of Seund ~cRAE q~/~USIC 32 E. Main Othello, Wa. 702 E. Main 488-3584, Wife teacher GIVEN AWAY 'ial-Commercial ~sidential .... WIRING Custom Cabinets-Sawfiling ~[ '~"~;~ ~2 Iob Too Small Furniture Refinishing ~.,'~,'V; ;ric Baseboard Heating ROWS "Chuck" Booth & ....... arlie & Frank CABINET SHOP itS ELECTRIC 60 E. Hemlock 488-3993 !b Supervisor EntertaiNment Lounge Huge Dance Floor CIMARRON MOTEL and KESTAURANT )451 MAiN STREET OTHELLO, WASH. 99344 Authorized Singer Dealer ~ U OC l ~endly" Super Mar- ~ Fabrics=Lessons. HOLLIDAY r , saves on your k.~l,~t Notions ~IainUdget everYOthelloday. I CHEVRON SERVICE ~-" ~\745 E. Main Free Pick-up & Delivery, IN'S THRIFT " ' ~-~'~ Othello A~r Conditioning Service ~f~ l~:) rj~OFi~~ Expert Atlas Tune-up 445 E. Main PH. 488i7636 ~ IL~t 488-3233 I Ill I I II I I Now At 97 So. 1st St. Floral Arrangements Business-Office Supplies BENTLEY'S 97 S. 1st PH. 488-2751 I Ill this issue. You do not have to list all these clues-just give the total number of them. Don't forget to add your name and address, Then, drop your entry in the box located at the sponsoring merchant, whose ad has a heavy black border on this page in this issue. 5. There is no other place where entries will be ac- cepted. Any member of the family may bring in all the entries for that family. Child- IN PRIZES! Methodist Otketlo 74//dn uh'ea o4 d S.,={{ q e aie =z,' .... ren under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 6. This week's contest starts when you receive this issue and closes at 5 p.m. Monday of the following week. 7. At that time (5 p.m. next Monday) a drawing will be held at the store where entries have been received for this week's contest. The first entry drawn that correctly identifies correct total number of clues ED (byanyoneL 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-ster MAY spot that clue you tion will be taken to prevent miss! typographical errors thatGot any Perry Mason in might be mistaken for clues, you? Think YOU can outwit WHO'S WHO will win $10. If but errorless typography the contest? R@member you THAT entry also lists the CANNOT BE GUARANTE- can't win if you don't enter. A & W ROOT BEER OF OTHELLO 4th & Cedar Streets 488-2451 -Kitchen Cabinets -Carpeting -Wallpaper - Paints THE WOODWoRKER 48~-3~02 26 E. ~t, RCH 341So. 1st PH. 488-5219 III . I COPELAND LUMBER College a't Manhat--'--~n, l~mm~ r~ Complete Building Sup- * Groefy l~t~m' 'plies for Contractors and ~ Do-lt-Yourselfers Financing Available Grange---~r Open 6 Days a Week I IIIII I II R~Top Grade EZERMEAT I'Iome or Locker A Divki~nof Spe rr_yRand l1 FLORIST b ~995~ -New Holland Hay Equipment This Week's "Who's Who" No Answer ServEs Blades & Cutters SDeciall ..... *Flowecs *Office Supplies 4~-2o5e HOLLAND- l~ew 75 4 wheal clrive Ford *Ceramics, Terrarium*Cand~:_C~_ornerplants pickup available. "~ng Invitations LOCKERS 0THELL0 _0STETT|R- ~,~.~tee~ice -O-thello 830 E. Main Chairman 645 S. Rroadway 488-9607 FORD SJU, E~ [Hf~ ........... 4 - si One House For All Your Insurance Needs. RICCI JENKINS INSURANCE AGENCY 22 N. First 488-9751 Complete Tire & "On the Farm Service BASIN TIRE CENTER Don Ruttan PH. 488-9686 JOE'S CENTRAL 66 Tires Lubrication Batteries- Motor Oil 110 Z. Main. 488#696 ZAVALA'S PLACE Mexican Food-Beverages Beer & Wine to Go Open 7 Days a week 1796 S, Broadway 0theilo An ixp Ov mi Or Tmm- p EVERGREEN IMPLEMENT, INC R@y'S ~ Ser~e United Industrial Park s. m'oadway Othello 488-5222 FREDDIE'S RESTAURANT Chinese- American Food Nightly Featuring. Ross Gibson at The Piano Bar 67 S. 1st 488-2704 ENJOY FRESH PASTEURIZED HOMOGENIZED GRADE A Slushes - All Flavors .N. lllh, and E. Main 4883501 VESS JEWELRY *Diamond Rings *Earrings *Seiko Watches ~Ear Piercing 61 So. 6th 488-2852 i