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! Camp Fire Girls Baby.sitting and Safety Measures w.n.d April1, 1964 The BAItARD NEWS TRIBUNE 7 ~~L~] Ili How to become a better baby- National Child Care Course of twelve hours of intensive train- tingency the girls might have to calved certificates for complet- University OES II |isitter was the goal of sevenih Camp Fire recently. The course, ing, attempts to cover any con- face in the care of young chil- ing the c o u r s e are: Christie University Eastern Star will I EXPERT ,and eighth grade girls in the ~ ~: :- dren. Brown, Linda Lee, Mary Luby, hold its first meeting with theI TV R"AI'" I Junior Hi program of Camp Fire - ~ ~-.-: : -: : :: Care of the infant was directed Janelte Minar, and Linda Wood- ces |!Girls when they enrolled in the ~~'~ by Mrs. F. C. Hauer, registered worth of the Shah Nah group; new corps of officers Thursday,:| gr" K3 iiltim naE w nurse. Under her supervision the Mary Jean Brautigam, Kathy April 2, at 8:00 p.m University I Masonic Temple. Junior Past I uur trices P, re mgnr I/ IM1t1'AIJ1' i~l~~f~ girls formed teams to practice Long, Louise Longo, Margaret Matron and Junior Past Patron,UA/,e nAhl~ e ~, NEWS.TRIBUN| as4' I / . ,|.asP.is ~~~~ feeding, diapering, and o t h e r Luby, Patty Kearns, and Sheita Mrs. and Mr. Laurence Wflch, i '~" ~ amv,v ~ /w rY HERALD [TE JouRNAL '~ of |] ,H~TO COP,~ --~~~ duties on life-sized dolls. How to Webbrou of the Da Kenya. Pongoi~lwii~t~f!rtw!!' .be~AnnuaJ7i~pr l Irep rts| .1~ I~W;~st:3 6 ,| .v ~'~ ~ ~'~ entertain the older child with g p; Cathy Boiler, EIsa En- aLTTI.E APRIL e Qnd,[ . -~-D. ~ ~~ ~ stories and creative play wa s quist, Cathy Gilfillan, Kathy Hal- e ,[ ~ m II ~ V ~ ~~~?.<:z I conducted by Mrs. Edwin Bell. lopeter, Debra Kloepfer, a n d l "AN ,lET ~Lll I TVs,[ ~ mg II11, v A ]~ .~ ' ~A member of the Seattle Police Charlene Warner of the Da Kan I/ ~ :Dept. gave tips to the girls on Ta g re u p Linda Donoghue, $273 per |t~[e,keg,I Vepers---LeHers ~ ':*:: !how to protect themselves and Kathy Helsell, and Patty McNa- COMPLETE VISUAL SERVICES m J Service Records Etc. how to contact the police in an mara of the Hiawaka group; ]emergency. Nancy Foote, Trina Higgs, a n d Dr. L. B. WEST Mqrket St. Johanson Studio A film "That The, Ma, 1;,~,Christy Payne of the at Ya Qua 1752 NW Market SU4-0187 was followed by actual ;ra'ct~'ce Tanda. grlo:PJoha:d:h2r~nLDs~Se O P T O M E T R I S T S Jot mouth-to-mouth resuscitation Kuz" k of the Wa Da'Ki O "rou- Contact" Lenses on two Resusci Annes supervised y s p by Mr. and Mrs. Avery W. Wil- Revlvol Meefin9 o, lO a.m, l.o S p.m. Week DCrlCs--Mond ly 12 i* ? p.m.--e|~,d Scl~. Its Jr. Mrs. Willis represented The Pillar of Fire Church an-5810-24th Ave. N,W. SU 3-8410 !he Broadview Green Cross and nounces a revival meeting to be . ]nrougnt mat ~.gamzaaon s ~e- held the week after Easter, night -- ----~- -- - i = ',K R E irm DU C T I O N Left to right: Kathleen Tracey, Janelle Minas, Juhe- isusc~. Anne. 1 h.e other was ly at 7:30 p.m at the 1 o c a 1 ~ ~,-,' ' , Id II1~ ~llr'dI~l-[l~l ~ anne Small, Llnda Williams doing resuscitation, ]bfoughtbvMr~W!lhs who.is the church, 7514 Orin Court North, coached by Avery Willis Jr home safety chairman nom,e ~azetytmam~an pet h e March 29 thru April 5. Visiting Iii II1~ of the Seattle-King County Safety Council. :~lame-r, mg ~.ounty dainty t~oun-evange!ist wi!, be Rev. Edward KOUNTRY-KAYO : - - - PrenKe~ ot uaKmna and formerly " II " " r ] Girls from this area who re-Of London. ' I IF YOU LIKE,North End Plower il'l lifE!!; JGood Home Cooking JClub Meets April 3 ,a '" ' ' ' 'S YOU GET YOUR i |YOU'LL LOVE rHE, -II The North End Flower Club --~ P ,~L P 1" A iNT MANUFACTURER I I will meet Friday, April 3, in the] COPY OF IIl'i ' . ~?.1 main dining room of the Stewart' ~ ~ '~L ~ 1,~ S . . . CLOSING OUT IU0111118 1 88 11.o,e, Beginning at ]0:30 A.M.a IS REDUCED T~ 6 5 plant sale will be Conducted i M - ' w Oy0r w o oo EMORIAL PARK T iI s~sts Av N.w. duct the study hour. Her topic isl " ,~A'~'~J~t~.~g~'~o~~ArS |! Growing Shrubs for Flower Ar-,CHAPEL ~ FUNERAL HOI~E 6 A,M. te 6 P.M. EXCSPT SUNDAYS ) Hohlellke -- Immaculately Clean i tar ~ " I eu~" "'~ .t~.~h *.~ I: rangements " I I I. . noon luncheon, Mine.I CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM COLUMBARIUM WINTER AND EARLY a:o Yiof ap hn%seS l wMi COMPZ. re S RWCES AT ONE LOCAr, ON LES ALL NATION rangements will speak and dem- CHAPEL TO OPEN MAY 1964 AND REGU- onstrate the Japanese art of ar- TO $30. THIS SALE ranging. ~~~ ) ;~:~:1:~::~ ;~:~ I See offer on specialpackagee of . Reservations rfiay be made by '' $10 contacting Mrs. Waldemaar En- ~:ii:ii': :~ "" ';": :::::~:~ ":! "~P,~ -~ gel, Sun.~ Non.Business Bad Debt, Town'en' r O 'nhe' '--------=-- ' CtIRIIFLAKES The Ist District Council of OF DRESSES, Con Be Deduceed Townsend Clubs is sponsoring a i i1[ 'NI :RY KAYO BLOUSES IN LATEST AsA Capital Loss meeting and dinner in I.O.O.F.I I FROM LEAD- Hall, 1706 N.W. Market Street,/ CLASS FACTURERS the first Sunday in April (theI ere) 5th Of April), at 2:00 p.m. Clubl members ask that people comeI oN TAX CONSULTANT and help in their struRgle for bet- i 7537 - 15th N.W, tar s0cial security and Medicare./ N.W. SU. 2-9210 SU. 3-5877 Everybody welcorhe. Donation] 1150--RADIO for dinner $1.25. Door ptize,q end[ " ~ good enter~aiitrile~t IS AT iouble AT HOTEL AVEL arket .8300 or $ r.U SDA l 0 TII I| tER . i w.-- 0"n'29 ables yot C ily later Liver or Fish II BecaUSe el"S 'Handy 12 Packl Imilies be;Y th ' people save here npounded iyc have a rings aC- e Seatt!e n't, we Ill minutes" M APRIL 1 Each 5.1b, C All,Purpose =. E, tehed B01i Betty AsseY't~d Varieties ,uid--In Plastic B,ottle---inelude$ 5c oil Deal One @ellOn '. dllg BALLARD oNLY ONLy 3N Reg. RetaII J'4'-LUSTF'RWARE :4 Trem t;d;U;lBa:y/ b*eh : tic so/~. Ex.Large Each ,il) "Hose i BALLARD AOP ONLY 58th O 24th A VE. N.W. Name l/ artet~es. ~ Gallon Can O, ~~ Budded . I Assorted Varieties Balled & Burlap Ea. r A k dl C Gallon I1rll,} .: Can Gold ar Gallon Biue Tip Can Assorted Mollis or Gallon Can ' ! Large Gallon Can 1111111[ i i1[ i i.ii1[ 112 Sunshine--Cani dian--Sphagnum Compare the Price! 2.5 Cu. Ft S.6 Cu. Ft Bale Bale All Prices Effectis~ Thutsday thru Satueday, April 4th Open 9 a,m. tb 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Open Sunday--1 a.m. to 7 p,m. N.W. sth Asst. Colors Each Ant. Varieties Cup Hygredes S0-1b. AIIp, Per Lawns & Garden Bag .1o Equal Opportunity Employer Assorted Designs Men's &: Women's Available At Your Ballard A&P Only, Ea. l and Up [ !,ii