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Free Stereo Winner At Gerke's S/kGA !l i i T AVEL S RVICE A'R"--S A--LAND ARRANGEUESTS ilJi i!! !':fili!i'. C L I F F J E N S l N Ji!i!::i |th Ave. N.W. SU 4-3565 of brush. Through ~OU Can different reefer con. sheen and Full or oNLY Have Polish in Shades. I or W Harold Gerke is shown present-i Stromme, 2821 NW 67th St La- ing the certificate of ownership of dies Watch; James C. Casura a $329.95 stereo with an AM and 3026 NW Market St Coffee silver FM radio to Mrs. H. Bleifus of service; Gene Koll, 232 5th West 10709 Dayton Avenue North. She (Kirkland), Clock radio; Carolyn i isthefirst prize winnerin McNee~ 1829 N 177th St Coffee t . . . ' . ' ] Gerke s g~gantm March of VaIues; salver serwce; F. D. Fennessy i Sale. Hundreds of free coupons 6721 llth Ave. NW, Transistor 'were deposited at the store dur- Radio; Mrs. T. A. Kofoed, 1106 ing the three-day event Next toINW95"th St TV Lamp; Dr. Long, I MrsHerman Bleifus is her l 2440 NW Market St, Step saver . I daughter, and Leo Wirth, man-~klt; Hanna Anderson, 7728 32rid ager of the TV and Stereo depart-i Ave. NW, parti-perk. ment at the store. The Curtis~ i Mathes Stereo Console is pictured in the foreground. Other prize winners included: Don Peter, 7019-19th NW, Port- able Sylvania Stereo; Mrs. B. Scholarship Awaits Miss Correct Posture Annual competitions for the Seattle-King County semi-finals of the Miss Washington Correct Posture contest have been sched- uled for April 30 at Seattle's Scottish Rite Temple; it was an- nounced this week by area chiro-[ praetors. Two young ladies who l win first and second spots in this area's competitions will compete for college scholarships to be awarded at the state correct pos- ture finals in Yakima in July. The Seattle competition will feature an appearance of Miss Correct Posture of 1963, Sharon Watland, Tacoma, now attending the University of Washington on her scholarship prize Service clubs have been in-i vited to enter candidates. To qualify, a candidate must be be- tween 17 and 22 have no previous marital status and possess ex- emplary posture. Her high school or undergraduate college grade point average is taken into con- sideration due to the fact that prizes awarded involve higher education, says Dr. Sonderleiter. He stated that young ladies wishing to enter the posture corn- petition may do so by contacting any member of the Washington Chiropractors Association for of- fieial entry blanks. Entries in the local contest will close April 10, he said. RE.OPENING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st her l .hnmn;nneh;n II~vd t,~~F I The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 9 vu vmmumsmtlmVllOiii~ IIE;I/U ,70 1 Wednesday, April. I, 1964 : Not to be out-done by several!ested spectators, many from the excitement, and the cham-'hanger that the audience was other Ballard Boy~ C.!!]b teams i other northwest cities, added toipionship game was such a cliff-jmore exhausted than the players; ketbaI1 championships this sea-| ~ wa ~ lrL [] son, the local 12-and-under team an d} LEIg~ lP4Ig~S qPn*~ ~ ! :: wound up the list of tournaments u j : with another first-place trophv when it won the final from East i ;~ Side Boys' Club of Tacoma 39-36. i By the time the three-day se- ries of contests had been com- I ;i' I'i pleted, no team felt that it was I : I playing on a "foreign" floOr,wasSO I the fact that this tournament rt t !! i! held in Ballard was no advantage,' to the local team. Large turn- e '! i outs of parents and other inter-I AT SEARS BALLARD ST RE :!: ~? ~!~i~i~ !:r:::, Limit: one per child, two per family-~ ages 5 weeks to 12 years I,Children's groups ORGAN MUSIC :ii taken Bench Covers---Lam ps~etc, j[Il at 99c per child, i~] :i Photographer 'i Thurs. and Frl. CE IC 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. i Aultlorlzed Gulbransen Sat 9:30 a.m. to Piano & Organ Dealer 5:30 pro. Open till 9 p.m. Man. thru grl. No appointment * Packard Bell TV's and Stereos necessary 1416 N.W. 85th SU. 2-4655 Pieturelms4 , Portraits "Serving he Finest in Seafood & Steaks" e LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM OVER WATER ON THREE SIDES I '1 I I I COCKTAILS OF COURSE TIDE ROOM II Your Hosts: Frances & Howard Lindholm TIDE', Plenty of Free Parking 6017 Seaview Ave. N.W. 6 beautiful camera studies are taken of your child. From the best pose of your choice, we will make you a lovely bugt Vignette Portrait as shown above unmounted, suib able for framing. You get all this for only handling, wrtppJn& tnsurms~ Children taken Thursday and Friday only receive free a fun coloring book if you present this ad! i ii ii i| Satisfaction Guaranteed I or Your Money Back BALLARD STORE SU 4-5144 g 2056 N.W. Market St SU. 4-77,44 11 IIE/IIEIIIIEEiElasEmlBIIEmIIIEEEI ~* WE HAVE FOUND OUT THAT BALLARD SHOPPERS READ THE SMALL PRINT--MANY ASKED US ABOUT 49c STEAKS. By Good Modern, French EDUCED SO' Children's Home Society Dance Set The Mother Goose Chapter of the Children's Home Society of Washington will celebrate the annual dance with an "April i Showers" theme at Norway Cen- ter Saturday, April 4th. Music will be provided by the Joe Adamek Combo. Mrs. Richard Delaney, presi- dent has appointed Mrs. Eldon Torsey as chairman assisted by Mrs, Fred Hedman, Mrs. David Wikstrom, Mrs. Uno Ahman and Mrs, John N. Haram. BUENOS AIRES, March 17.-- (AP)--The city work force is 8.4! to 8.8 her cent unemployed and another 8:2 per cent moonlighters. You can relax when you're covered by of Drive.In Parking Road NW 7e.m.toGp.m. Mon.thruFrL SU 3"9940 Market Street,*,m o.0 SU. 2.4448 The finest, most complete coverage at the lowest possible cost. WINSTON C. BROU6H C0. Insurance- Real Estate 6722-lS~ N.W. SU. ;I-1800 i The Fami Wloo Has Used Our Servlce LAKE FUNERAI, HOME PIKEC. STOCKHAM E S. SMITH ROBERT B.LEISHMAN Large Porlcln9 Lot---Half Block North Avenue N.E. (Zone IS) LA. 2-1898 at 7-Bone STEAK Gr. Goad/Standard. Lean, tender and properly aged steaks and roasts. When you're stumped for "something different" TRY THIS Skinl A REAL TASTE TREAT ** * ** . * . j ** * .* .* ** . * .- * . . . **, WHY PAY MORE 2; Z u Schaake's Ellensburg Good and Standard SIRLOIN .-- T-BONE BONELESS TOP ROUND RIB STEAK or ROAST--ONLY I, II III IN OUR PRODUCE SECTION Specials for Thurs Prl. and Sat. FRESH CALIFORNIA Ib EXTRA FANCY APPLES Ibs. SAVE 20c per PACKAGE on HORMEL'S ASSORTED LUNCHEON Mix or Match i ii i C-t.Up or Whole FARM FRESH IT'S NEW! Crisco in Liquid Form! e 24-oz. Bottle 6 V -oz. Standby Chunk Style, White Meat 4 for $1 180 :EE ;;n ~1~I 20-oz. Jar STANDBY Large Checks )uart Jar Doz. 43c No. IV, Tins nque 4-Roll Pa k e nalse FREESTONE Salad Tissue SPECIALS FORrTHURS FRI. and SAT. 20th N.W. and N.W. MARKET C OPEN DALLY 9 to9 ~D : REESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. '