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"4 6 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE Job's Daughters Plan Pancake' Breakfast Rummaae Sale Set l lawTe+n cheml n Wednesday, April 1, 1964 r Bethel No. 6 international Or. invite you to their 3rd A~nual i~lll~1 ~ ~l~r~ ~l~c ~ll~lll~ ~ ~l ," i 77 m ;~Vl~l~VlVl ;v -- ~. der of Jobs' Daughters wish to'Pancake Breakfast, 8:30 to 2:00 m''''l" ~''"'y'Y raave ~reaTes'r p.m Sunday, April 5th at the By Ballard Hi P.TAFeI r .i, Now OPEN FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT i Doric Masonic Temple, 610 N. Banard High School P-TA mem-l now on r'arTn ~u rue uEw D Som~h.in~. Has Been I 36th St For a donation of $1 25 bers are all set to hold their bar-[ Hurry, hurry, hurry, get your "n~ "~ ~ Added to Uallerd IvOU ~et all ~ou can eat sa'vs gain-loaded rummage sale Fri-ltickets for the colossal stupen- d ~ J,j ,I a G00D place to eat! I Jerome Sterling, publicity chair- day and Saturday, April 3 and 4, dauB, fantastic, gigantic, tremen- ~~ i FOOD'like mother I man let 8411 Greenwood N. according dauB, FABULOUS Circus Capers f ' . ~"to" ~ook""" I [to Mrs. g. G Wood, sale chmr-tto, be held under the Big Top at ~ll~~.a,m,t ~,+ + Ill n[man . L.awt, on Schoolt This may notbe / ilgt)~REAKFAST-WNG4-DINNER Ilia R f Mnttr.~cc fa Ill "Your white elephant may be the Greatest Show on Earth, / ~"~" " Ill.-/ ~.u ~ ~,VOll someone's pride and joy Or if but it is the greatest show here- OPEN 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M - III .a +o+ Illyou re furnishmg a beach cabin abouts for sometime to come, . I II Mo.r o+ R novclt d llkdow II[or summer home, browse in our, There'll be a MIDWAY with Ir0n Keule llesTaiwan! Ill MaHresse$ Mad~o Ord~r [Irhome furnishing section. We may' "Midget Alley" for the very ~- - 17001/2 N W. mARKLrl" l I[ 39 YEARS' E.X~NCE [llhave just the item you need,' youn+ folks and a "Gayway" for ~ /Iq Uaylor Ave N AT 2-1433 o I 714 Taylor Ave. N.AT. 2-1433 I[stated Mrs. Wood. ,the older young folks -- with I There's still time to donate i games, old and new, and prizes. ~ " ' nuun~mmllllllflWdl~llllllSS~mmum~m~qlll~tused articles. Just call SU 2-!Also many other attractions. ~ ~ .~ Eli 1567, SU 2-7890 or EM 34534. "Our Cook Tent will feature a r. "~,~n~[ "r' (D. ~ ~ ~-,'ql~ Ill -- !varied menu." + [] ! Bt r -. m.A -rou- + Special features will be the ap- " I |I uunp ll:e ! " " - pearance of Blame Junior High The Can Te Wa St,4th grade Tumblers performing in Ring i ~]i~tl]','t'~0A0,'~ ~m~;~ll ~l L~I ~l l~ ~[| ]~l~ IIIIU&U ErCamp Fire group from Green- Number 1 under the Big Top . ~/ L .i "1 ~l t 1 'qla~ff]"-'* IFwood School had a hike at Gold-I.lo ~+h +he To,~,~, "R.o+Io~ " m+ ' ~' Lmn t target me ante: rnaav --~ -~'~----------------~'-~---~--------'~----'-----~~~~'- Jl and 4 mothers attended. After ~ ^ a ~.a ~. an a. ~a ~ T~ +.~" [] re]the hike they all went to Mrs ~v' - v ~, . . " School Elementary, 26th and E- = Thursday Friday Saturday Specials liCalkins Guardian home at 84151 i 8th Ave NW where they held an l m ~ : . [] i' ~mpresswe candle-ht charter cere- / [] Center I + Fishermen S Wives . . PORK CHOPS .- + COTTAGE CHEESE +monal for their mothers ' C t : " ' ~ - + ~ ~ ~I The girls received not only[ The Association of Wwes of -~ d[~ Ell ~ d[~ ~ ~+ their charter but their member- i Commercial Fishermen will meet -~ Ih ~l~:~ Pt~ ,ffqJ~ #^. ~['~ ----']shin cards, nins and Mint SalelApril 3rd at the Ballard Elks in . ~ ~ uu~ ~, ~ [] r ~" ] -- -- huttons the conierence room ~nere wm !i The group sold 468 boxes of!beaboardmeetmg.at.ll:00a.m [] !mints. lunch at noon and the regularTM [] IOMAIOES sw,~, IV DINNER5 |; -- -, meeting at 1:00 p.m. . [] m ~ -- --* []il SS and UD "We would like to extend an [] I !1 A~4~ El ~.~.~"-' '~,~,~. invitation to all fishermen's Ib JL ~ I~" [+l l~t[wUIv~lh Jl~j~k wives to attend our meeting and [] ~ 1 mr"===-= [J:i nP~N nR~mm, help plan for the May 1st lunch- . ~ 1 ~ ~ il .]~lE.K p ~- eon at the Golden Tides,' offi- ADDLE [III~'E IPIkl/%UlhrlllPql' gi 13 Years' Experience cers say. Norwest ~rr,-r. +Ul~,= .~PlUWUKIr/ il :. ,~,- At the March 6th meeting the Eli JAM[5 l'. 5MIII1 Ul'rll.l: following officers were installed: ill 6747.1Sth N.W. Pres. Mrs. Albert Erickson; 1st l-qt. bottle for Ibs. !il su. 4-7430 vice pres, Mrs Carl Envall; 2nd il Eves.:TA. 4-01S6 vice pres Mrs. Thomas War- I r ~, en; treasurer, Mrs. Start Peder- [] [] | [] []- | [] .[] [] [] [] [] v. X.mp, PORK & BEANS N0 2 Tin for Llbby's CUCUMBER SLICES 22.oz. jar All Sweet 1.1b pkgs. MARGARINE MJB COFFEE for L 73' ,L 1 MILK & BREAD PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY--Sunday Also Homogenized 4o+Sl V2 Gallon Large Loaves . R Prices Effective April 2, 3, 4 6418-24th Ave. Hours: Weekdays, 9 a.m.- 9 p.md Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Opens Friday at 6.45 P.M, Continuous from 1.4S P.M SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2 P.M. SAT. & SUN. Matinee Special-- "CAPT. LIGHTFOOT" starring TONY CURTIS and DORIS DAY in "JUMBO" FRI.--SAT.--SUN. -- IN COLOR-- DORIS DAY in "JUMBO" --AND-- "THE CARETAKERS" starling ROBERT STACK JOAN CRAWFORD Next Week! James Stew- art, Sandra Dee in "Take Her She's Mine" and Walt Disney'u SAM" + sen; record, sec Mrs. Arnold Jangord; corr. see Mrs. Harry Larsen. Two new board members~ were also elected, Mrs. AI Lind- strom and Mrs. William Jacob- sen. Mrs. Mikal Neww was elect- ed to serve out the term of Mrs. Albert Erickson who was elected president. Beethoven Recital Randolph Hokanson of the Uni- versity of Washington School of Music faculty will present the third in his Beethoven sonata re- cital series at 8:30 p.m. Wednes- day, April 8, in Hearty Hail. , Prof. Hokanson will perform the Sonatas in A Major, Opus 2, No. 2; D Minor, Opus 31, No. 2; D Minor, Opus 10, No. 1; and E Flat Major, Opus 81A. The complimentary concert is open to the public Lutheran Circle Phoebe Circle will meet Tues- day, April 7, at 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Viken, 2817 N.W. 66th St. First Lutheren WAIH t Women To Meet :l Ballard First Lutheran Church I Women will meet Tuesday, April / 14, at 7:30 p.m. I r HaLl sl Emphasis this month is onl m Higher Education and the speak- I Sponsored by |:l er will be Pastor Roy Olson from!lTHE BALLARD NEWS TRIBUN LL", + I " cJL Pacific Lutheran University. ii THE UNIVERSITY HERALD I--+. / JouRNAL gTIl ll Of Mrs. Nora Little will lead inlI THE NORTHGATE / opening devotion, and Mrs. John l~l Larson will give the offering:l DEPARTING SEATTLE APRII' ' ,' Ible and / meditation. ~ NIGHTS--7DAYS :;;3 ::If ~:lls~:'~: The musical portion will be al VIA PANAMERICAN S flute solo by Else Enquist accom-i' 6 panied by Elna Coolidge and a quartet composed of Mrs. Le- land Roseberg, Mrs. J a m e s Mqrket St. Becker, Mrs. L, eslie Phillips and Mrs. Burton Smith will render ~ i~ ~| vocal selections. ~ Hannah Circle will be hostesses. ~ ~ V.F.W. Auxiliary Ballard V.F.W. Auxiliary to i Ii Post 3063 will hold nomination i h and election of officers April 2nd at Salmon Bay Eagles hall at 8 p.m says President Mrs. Ethyle , Thompson. + ++ to+re +o bowling teams in the Department il of Washington Bowling Tourna- !iii!!iiiiiiiiiiii!ili!iiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiii+ ++++> c l ment held at Renton on March 14th. On the first team were Lucille Wypych, Pauline Mid- thum, Dorot'hy Aro, Margaret Dell and Ednis Mare. On second team: Lucille McKnight, Pat Hulslander, Lettie Roeien, Elsie Peterson and Florence Dar,o~. !l The results will be announced later. ~[ The next V.A. Hospital visit will be an evening party April 9th. Members are asked to help :~ ~ out, Troop 129 Presents r' i The parents group of Boy Scout Troop 129 will meet 8 p.m. Monday, April 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Senti, 129[ North 83rd St. I THOMPSON BIRTH ! Born to Dr. and Mrs. Roger P. I Thompson, 7 lb. baby girl Thurs- day, March 19. Mindy Joe has two brothers to look after her Inn and Jens. Price Includes: ROUND TRIP ECONOMY (15-day Excursion Fare) FLOWER LEI GREETING ON ROUND TRIP AIRPORT TRAN[ ACCOMMODATIONS (Based on sharing double WELCOME LUNCHEON AT ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL, 7 Days A Week 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. SU 4.3040 or SU 3.4664 For reservations or ART ALLEN TRAVEL 2027 N.W. Market SU 3.8300 & THOMPSON 5215 Ballard Ave. NW Place Your Call SU. 3-0400 or S 99 DON'T BE FOOLED BY A "YARN" -- IF YOU'RE PAYING MORE THAN $11.95 PER SQUARE YARD FOR NYLON CA - PETING, YOU ARE PAYING TOO MUCH! DON'T BE FOOLED by so-called "commercial" grades of carpet. EST N Ion car et sells for $11.95 a square yard plus $2.00 a The B Y P el installed sq. yd. (total) for pad and labor (giving you a complet y " price of $13.95 per square yard.) So, insist on a SQUARE YARD PRICE--then compare the price and what the price includes. At Nielsen Bros- this $13.95 includes the carpet, pad, labor, metal stripping on kitchen and bath AND guarantees as to quality, installa- tion and any required service such as re-stretching, re-doing broken seams, etc. And at Nielsen Bros. you can select from famous lines like Alex- ander Smith, Masland, Barwick, Gulistan, Magee, Downs and Aldon ---each offering a wide choice of colors and weaves to suit your indi- vidual taste and needs. See what is available---SHOPl Nielsen Bros. does have Nylon carpeting to fit every budget start- ing at $6.95 per square yard plus, of course, the usual $2.00 a sq. yd. (total) for the pad and installation" P.S. Beware of schemes other than color schemes. beware of padding other than what goes under the camet. and, above all, don t be RUSHED -.-COMPARE PRICE and QUALITY! BALLARD 2032 N.W. Market SU. 3-3040 Open Friday Eves 'TII 9 LYNNWOOD 6812-196th S.W. ~West of Lynnwobd Light PR. 6-9191 Open Wed. & Fri. Eves. 'Til 9 ALSO STORES IN BELLEVUE & BURIEN % / Wbat Will 6~ou Do With Your Tax-Cut 'Raise' SUDDENLY there's more in your pay envelope because less is with- held. It's like a raise. What wiB you do with it P You could squander it. You won't do that. That would help no one. money you save here enables you to do things for your family later. And it aids other people! BecaUSe it s put towork helping families buy or build homes, or improve theOa. That creates jobs. Jobs for people right here in Seattle. You could spend it. At least part of And, of course, money you save here it. That's good. Money that's spent grows,with 4% interest, compound for worthwhile projects does what and paid quarterly. you and Uncle Sam both want it to: provides things you want and need, Chances are you already have and helps create jobs for others. WASHINGTON MUTUAL savings a.C- count one out of three Seattle You could save it. Most people will people do. But if you don't, we 1! nave some. That's good, too. The open one for you in j'ust minuteS!. SAVINeS DEPOSITED ON OR BEFORE APRIL 10 lAIN INTEREST FROM ApRil. BALLARD BRANCH @~14 N,W. Market 8t, WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Nortbwest' s Oldest and Largest Savings Institution MIMII! [IDIRAL |IFOIIT INSURANCE CORPORATION