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Othello, Washington
November 21, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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/i I oak ~ts judging team the Othello Future of America chapter high finisher in the International Live- ',xposition held Ore., Nov. 9 to 1 . team, composed of Justin Hafer Miller, with alternate, place banner in pig class with a ~'ore of 150 points. included 114 the states of Oregon, Idaho according to :=Eli~ Newman \~ i~~' local chapter mem- / P elaimedthe event.individuaIsusan ~ ~ ~ :~~i !" L was second in Here- i: ~ ~ ~:~ / ~ers market class and in the beef showman- Beus was third in beef d up in tM~ntanship and took fourth : itself w.~]~ scramble steer class. ff in t~ Beus placed fifth in sagebru~hes, ard, l[t~d scramble market PORTLAND PLACERS - Members of the Othello FFA juding team which placed second Y ~!a wine showmanship,in competition at the Portland P-[ show their banner. From left are Duane Andersen, running L,. _ . Justin Hater, Scott Kummer and Robert Miller. com-eti~ P~ticipating from the U~t the ~h-0~-.t Ranchers 4-H Club ~i~ " '-" - I'-~tPI)ou~ and Norma Dick Alfa *he tr-a- ~]~iss " ":" CVI IJAldlA ,,~oh,es ~L~, Dickson was fourth ' ........ Hearing Set Q..~ aaowmanship class and ...... ~dl~th ......Hm",a in her Hereford OLYMPIA- The State .]EI_BMI~EM co,-ve?~t~t le mater-t steer class, while ed of "t-~4.~ was reserve chain- Department of Agriculture ~i i~lR~lm ~ m ~ nm will bold a public hearing in ~ ~= ,ch Mille;tttI beef showman and Pasco on Thursday, Dec. 19, ~ I~ ' ,. .... t F" in the crossbrea "v ..... ;\Jtt on a proposal to establish a 1 ~l sport, bo~~ steer class, state alfalfa seed commission i t a few IL . " " The hearing will be held in the i ~ ~ '~ s handy~0tlon_~. Told Public Utility District build- m ~i ,ns. AnO|l n LOCal ing at 1:30 p.m. ~e LL Airman Alfalfa seed growers petE-A ..... .h~v~..m~ ..... ~$LER AFB, Miss. - tioned the Department to our iowest prucea zo ulaUU-al ~l ]NI [3: Faust of Othello, who initiate procedures under the . "*' at.Jxl I ~ Washington Agricultural En- lull console Sylvania GT MaUc )I ~t'~'~!g~'edtthemedicalfdabling Act of1961 to establish ..~.e here, has been pro- the commission. Under the ....... ~. ~|,~.,to the rank of airman proposal, commission pro- :~ | l!Lqass, effective Nov. 9. grams- principally research - ~|lc Foust is the son of would ne financed by an ~1]|11 ~, !~nd Mrs. John Foust of assessment of 25 cents per IIl lJl] nat |p and is a graduate of hundredweight on seed. llld [ . ~.,rno High School. If grower support at the deweuJL.a letter to Faust hearing justifies the action, I[|lHIl |*~g of his promotion, the proposal will be submitted ~.J'~:[~ ..... ~L.Ommanding officer to a grower referendum. All ~ ~ |~ihim for his dedication growers who produced alfalfa I~1~ P~y and outstanding jobseed in 1974 will be eligible to We ~ance. vote. ~* .... ~ -ash. l 441 S. lOth 488-2730 1OO% FINANCINe ~tree fruit training and niques practiced by the ~g demonstrations are following experienced horti- ~led in the Columbia culturists: Dale Gibson, for Wednesday, Nov. Forney Fruit, Inc., Quincy; the Grant-Adams Area Dr. Don Heinicke, Hilltop sion Service. Orchard and Nurseries, E. Hunter, Grant- Wenatchee; and Mel Crow- s Area Extension der, Growers Mutual Crop., s, Said orchardists and Brewster. Demonstrations e~ are urged to bring will be given in apple, cherry their pruning crews to and pear orchards at each eraonstration of their location. Home owners with just a few trees are also urged to attend, Hunter said. Sofas- $100.00 Off- U-HAUL SALE PRICE on an)' SoFa in Stock - Fri. & Sat. Only ~e Ird~e~ 'eadwo 'endan# nal is goip~'=~orning session will be i out. AI~,~t the Jake Weber and ste]r~a, Starting at 9:30 a.m. colle~'f3hard is located eight Lie havi~PLtalf miles southwest of 'I~y (Block 74 Unit 98). ~i~1:30 p m a similar gmu'd~,Will be'on Royal Slope oo a,ez ~m~'i~' Which is five and a -- |'[~lles northeast of Royal I,'.~ the corner of Dodson 13 roads southwest Unit 93). said rowers will to see the and pruning tech- mg thss year in sup- programs and ac- the first time are: Company of donor of the gram; American Manufacturers donor of two and Victor Camp- which educational aids in 66 S. 1st Ave. Othello FINANCING AVAILABLE YOUR UNBEATEN Thursday, Friday & Saturday P.M. Hiawatha School Deluxe Mixer ii Bath Oil Vitamin E 1/2 gallon $24,95 $2.25 Size Photo Albums 3 Way OUR PRICE $1.79 SEE OUR CIRCULAR FOR HOLIDAY IDEAS & SUPPLIES / / t, EFFECTIVE NOV. 21 THRU NOV. 27, 1974 NO. 1 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTIT II NEW CROP NAVEL or SWEET POTATOES LB. LBS. FOR , I: ____'~i '" FRESH I[ 1 LB. PKG. It OCEAN SPRAY ~LIC '1~1 OZ. TIN MY-T-FINE WALLA WALLA 3 LB. TIN CARNATION GRADE k t70Z TIN HILLS BROTHERS 2 LB. TIN VETS 26 OZ. TIN I I GRADE A I ii IIIII I 11 OZ. TIN PINT (