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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
November 7, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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iii:k MR. AND MRS. ADRIAN VILLARREAL LDS Church Ceremony Unites Area Couple Cynthia Arredondo became father, the bride wore an the bride of Adrian G. original cathedral gown with Villarreal Oct. 12 in Othello matching veil. She carried a Church of Jesus Christ of white floral bouquet in tear- LatterDay Saints. drop arrangement. Bishop Hugh C. Sloan of Theresa Arredondo attend- Othello Second Ward per- ed her sister as maid of honor. formed the double ring Sponsors were Mr. and ceremony in a setting of pink Mrs. Cosme Pruneda, Mr. and and white carnations and Mrs. Edwardo Garza and Mr. white tapers arranged in and Mrs. Callo Benavidez. pedestal candelabra. Providing musical selec- The bride is the daughter of tions for the wedding cere- Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Ar-mony were Mrs. Dennis redondo. Mr. and Mrs. Cleofar Killian, organist, and Mrs. P. Villarreal are parents of Fenton Herschi, vocalist. the groom. Following a honeymoon to Given in marriage by her Spokane and Expo '74, the Fun Night Set For Seniors Next meeting for Othello Senior Citizens Club will be a general fun night, it was decided at an executive board meeting held Oct. 30 at the home of Mrs. Everett Watson. The game night will be Nov. 14 in the IOOF Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. In other business, a Thanksgiving dinner for members was planned and December activities discus- sed. It was voted to put out a newsletter to all members to encourage their attending club functions to become better acquainted. A change of club name was discussed and will be brought up at the next regular business meet- ing. young couple is at home in Othello. The groom is em- ployed by Eugene Reichert. OES Honors Due for Five Five members of Chapter No. 234, Order of Eastern Star, will be honored at a regular meeting tonight, Nov. 7, in Paul Revere Masonic Temple. Meeting time is 8 p.m. Honored will be Dorothea Mills, EIsi McFarland Pearl and Eva Taylor and Clyde Matthe~vs who will be pre- sented with 25-year pins. Giving the program will be Carolyn Miller with a musical and narrative slide presenta- tion of Afghanistan, the Taj-Mahal and Kashmir, India. Hostesses are Clara St. Luise and Dorothy Nygren. Group's Gifts For Hospital Are Requested Members of Haase-Henry Unit 219, American Legion Auxiliary, are reminded to bring their gifts for the Walla Walla VA Hospital Gift Shop to the Nov. 12 meeting. Hostesses for the 7:30 p.m. meeting, to be held at Community Savings meeting rom, will be Mrs. Louis Rickman and Mrs. Rene Lopez. Christmas presents for veterans in area nursing homes will be brought for display by Mrs. Ray Yokem, Field Service chairman, and wrapped during the evening. Scheduled is the official visitaition of District pres- ident, Mrs. Paul Bailey, Kennewick, and a report on Twelfth District Conference, held Nov. 2 in Prosser and attended by Unit president, Mrs. B.J. Plant. Monday, Nov. 11, is re- ,',,gnized by the City of Projects for Christmas Set By Auxiliary Othello, State of Washington and all Veterans groups for TOUR QUEEN - Pictured on the bow area of the Queen Mary in Long Beach, Calif. are Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Fulton of Othello. They saw portions of the 81,000-ton liner inaccessible to passengers during the ship's seagoing days, including the wheelhouse, officers' quarters and the engine room. The Queen Mary now contains I0 Living Sea exhibits, shops, restaurants, banquet rooms and a 4(M)-stateroom hotel. More than five million persons have been aboard since the ship was opened to the public in 1971. the Beta Flea Market. free and part-pay care pro- Seattle Children's OrthoDe- gram for children whose dic Hospital and Medical parents are unable to meet Center's1974 Christmas cards medical care costs at the are now on sale with local hospital. Auxiliary chairman, Mrs. Now in it's 17th year, the Mark Brain. project is operated entirely by The Christmas carPd project volunteers, with card designs raises money for the hospital's donated by Northwest artists. the official Veterans Day observance. Memorial flags will be placed on all veterans' graves by Auxiliary members and the American flag will be flown at the American Legion cemetary north of town, as well as at Bess Hampton Memarial gardens. Mrs. Carmen Reese will host the next meeting of Othello Childrens Orthopedic Auxiliary in her homne Nov. 12 at 1:30 p.m. Assistant hostess will be Mrs. Hazel Hanna. Plans will be firmed up for the group's participation in AAUW Topic: I LONCH The Othello Branch of the American Association of Un-MONDAY, Nov. iversity Women will hear dogs, mustard proposals for waste disposal beans, oranges, for the Othello area toTaight, butter and milk. Nov. 7, in their study of TUESDAY, Nov. community problems, spaghetti, The 8 p.m. meeting will be peaches, at the home of Mrs. John milk. Sargent. Co-hostesses wiill be WEDNESDAY, Ann Sandar and Lom-aine Meat gravy, mashe Poarch. pears, hot rolls Evening's speakers wiJll be milk. Tom Jestus, State Health THURSDAY Environmental Engineer of Hamburger on the Spokane office; Mike and catsup, corn, Schleicher, Adams County cake and milk. Health Environmentalist; FRIDAY, Nov. Tom Lyda, Othello Port with meat and chE District; and Lyall Menser, salas with Othello mayor, cookie and milk. BURGLARS f Why Not Install an Alarm System CALL DAN SIMPSON TFN 488-2337 ii ~ 2 pcs. Kentucky Fried Chicken potatoes & gravy, corn on the cob, roll DINNER SPECIAL It's a deal on a meal for less than a dollar. OFFER GOOD THRU NOVEMBER, 1974 1 ........ "1 I PURE NATURAL HONEY Now available in the followin9 plastic container sizes at Kentucky Fried Chicken L 7 lb. 14 1/8 lb. 42 lb. ..... $3o.oo 4th & Main Othello 488--9888 Uneven heating is one of the most common problems homeowners must tolerate these days. If your tolerance level has about reached its peak, then it's high time you did something about it. Cascade Natural Gas offers a 12 point home heating check. Absolutely free. Here's how it works: 1) you call for an appointment; 2) a Cascade representative comes to your home and runs through the checklist; 3) you're given a report with recommendations. If there are serious prob- lems, we'll help you find the right people to do the work. We don't sell furnaces, hot water heaters or any other type of equipment. Our concern is help- ing make energy go far- ther-to as many homes as possible. No matter whether it's oil, electricity or gas. And to do so, we've set up the 12 points to check. They read like this: 1. Check for weather strip- ping and any potential heat loss problems. 2. Check thermostat accuracy and determine if it is located properly. 3. Check cold air return for proper functioning. 4. Check for proper air filter and whether it is clean. 5. Check capacity of hot water heater and heater thermo setting. 6. Check attic insulation. 7. Check heat outlets for obstructions. 8. Check clothes dryer venting. 9. Check heating practices in the home througl the day and recommend improvements lower cost and improve efficiency. I0. Oheck for excessive moisture in 11. Check dishwasher water requirements. 12. Check long-range h ing and hot water ments for home. YOU should call ri: away. It's a popular And December is no find out you parka and mukluks jus keep your teeth from ing all evening long. 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