"
Newspaper Archive of
Ballard News-Tribune
Seattle, WA
Lyft
April 22, 1963     Ballard News-Tribune
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 22, 1963
 

Newspaper Archive of Ballard News-Tribune produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




ded ]Contractors, Passes The EAILARD NEWS TRIBUNE 3 and Chaptel 'ears in the time Christi, STYLISTS thest.mpahbrev a Duds Invited To IBal]ard Pioneer gunp wder Play Volleyball Frankfort, i Army Ballard Boys' Club volleyball players h a v e whetted their game down to such a fine point that they are now inviting (i. e. challenging!) their D a d s to come to the clubhouse, practice, 'and later take them on in a few fast games. Jack Harris, Director of the Club, agrees that Sonja Olsen Plans Book Review Tea I Wednesda}r. April 22, 1964 s, uu. - m / To light a Candle" will be weaalng tar JUly [reviewed by Mrs. Paul Lecornu,! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lind lWednesday, 1 p.m. April. 291hi at the t/ueen Anne Ivlethodist Olsen annuonce the engagement J ] of their daughter Sonja Kristin, F Church. 5th. W. &. Garfield. Tea/ to Mr. Bruce Kenneth Helm of[Pr cee~s wm go towara a new Alderwood Manor Sonja is the kitchen sink. I grand-daughter of Mrs. Otto The program will also feature l Hjort and the late Mr. Hjort of the Queen Anne High School 18i Anacortes. She graduated from student ensemble, under the BalIard High School in 1961 and direction of Mr E. J. Brown is now in hec Junior year at the and a girls' barbershop quartet I~N it would be okay for the Dads University of Washington, major- Tea chairmen a r e: Mrs. OF to use the courts, and feels it ing in Interior Design. She is Arnold W. Olson, Mrs. George OF tlL. will make for more interest in affiliated with Alpha Phi Sorority. Spencer, Mrs. Walter Currier this sport. Her finance is the son of Mr.]and Mrs. Arnold Waring. Phone world. Mondays and Wednesdays are and Mrs. Kenneth Helm of Alder-Ireservation to the above chair- 4G NEW ;PR ill" the evenings set aside for volley- wood Manor, and the grandsonlmen or the church. bail, with practice starting at of Mrs. Thomas Finn and the1 ECIAL ~ 7 p.m. late Mr. Finn, Seattle. He is a/ William Henry Harrison held Tuesday and Thursdays at 7 graduate of E d m o n d s HighI the shortest term of any U.S. regular $1750 }i~lE have been named as the nights School, class of '59, and is now president. He died one month a Senior at the University of after taking office. ~ve Permanent for badminton, both doubles and lCj style cut+ singles. Tournaments are now Washington and will graduate in ~= ~- ~- =~ u --- ;= - Mr ana NlrS llarola J nansen on me occasion of June. A July wedding at Trinity . . lnd se .-oNLY getun~ unoer way, wltn wmners + : receiving prizes, their 50th wedding anniversary June 16, IgSB. Mrs. Methodist Church is planned, holms tSDAY EVENINGS Floor hockey is still going Hanson died in August of 1962. Boys e ho ms strong, but with baseball coming[ Harold 3" Hansen of 2615 N W FREE up, some floor hockey athletes]59th died suddenl, of a heart at continued in the fishing business PARKING are defecting to the Spring!tack on Saturda" afternoon A-rii until 1941. He built several fish- Show Winners MEN'S OR ,AMES' enemy. Which is okay by Harris, 18th y,r, ing boats for himself the Out- Winners in the recent pet show l = who also reminds boys 12 and! ' look, White Cap, Valiant, Val- held at the Ballard Boys' Club,~ 1= [[~ r ii ~ r under that slgnups are now tie was .oorn in t.nmstmma, orous and Valor. In 1927 he es- co-sponsored by the King County = '~ underway for softball, r~orway, lvlay 5, 1884. He came tablished the Harold Hansen Boat Humane Society, found a brother to Ba!lard !rom. Norway at the Company and developed a repu- and sister competing and run- 4003 Stone Woy CUSTOM age at a with msParents, gr.ana- tation for building fine boats ning off with a first and second FIREPLCE AND mmer, ana mur oromers ano sis- Later his two sons became hart" nrize in the biggest division MElrose 2.1227 SCREENS ---,- and ters He lived in Ballard contin t. r -~ oo --. . . . . . . .exa wm, am, ant] me company mutts i I!~ I uousiy until nis oeath, a total el ~.-. + m : ^ - " ~ --------- i,iL 75 years [,~+ ~-t .-[Jprua,matmy /.u com. Rlcky and Cindy 3"ohnson were m ~!~ i~ 41 ,tP + In 1909 he built .his .home at ~u~te]~lo:~t:eng,~i;a~, v~n~s ]:r tah~obr~th;:c~s~r ftorea~h'e and e; AStute Farm ~i. !~iiiiiiii:iil 1" 2615 N W Seth for his bride, Anna their own use He ~ ~ ~ l g ] g u^taE + Ellingsen. Their six children were tired for tw"" naa ~een r~] Ricky was finally given the top ?.~m ~G born in this home In June of t.:. t. ,t. o ~+,j~, oec,a.use Otlprize' with his sister missing the UWIq"R~ ~i! :~i:~ lll~ lll$~ltli DU[ never lOSt nls love,hi' h honor by one chmn' -chin' ~:;~:~:~:~ " * 1959 they celebrated their fiftieth for the wet ~- g Y - Pulley :::~:::~:: I~ wedding anniversary. Mrs. Hun er anu ms ~. ]chinwhisker of her dog, and - ~ j kVit rsen preceded him in death AuL 'v'r: "ansen s'an a ctivethavmg t settle f r sec nd' J hni ! - r iim gust 1962. memo er of the emany Assem-IPhilips took third prize in the PROTECTION r am Mr Hansen was a pioneer in]~m,y ~mrrneny aethany Baptist[Mutt Division. ] FOR YOUR i ~ . ~nurcn) for terry-two ears and' ' . ~ HOME AND the commerc,al salmon fishing Y ] In the Cat Division, another[ pr~ =,-- [Olympi Oomes :b:y:b;ial~V~ii~t~ WKoIo Body ~"a"'I EACH! [] / - lSet Theme for SearS/g med and trained by o iell FRYERS +. 39 1 ' ,pie Own []1[[ [ '"+" IIMerchan,l,; = + }Sims took third. II I P , mE ['Oil, Than i ]]lli ! WANBI]Gl+ +e O+ym;c'";: es ;:':'ot!Whffm CIUB STEAI(S 97+ I L,LI:/II /tara are sfi tribes ;n the /iscnedulea until this fall but you/ Elections--from the serious m. I he: Television. world who practice maqic in [Can't convince the employees'at the hilarious--will be the themei[ Paw,~t Locations---Plenty of Drive-In Perkins ~'a- [ ' [J[][[[ ' the;r medics freafm'ent.[i,bears' ,Roebuck and Co.'s storelof the Marcus Whitman J unior!] PORK |'~kF~ /~o,- . . " tdJWhite Such as dances for the CUte IInere mat mey haven't started!High School P-TA meeting to De:I + = l=. u, I 105th & flolman Road HW "JgTfU+ ;? man | alread 8 00 ' ~ ,~ "' of me t " Y" held Tuesday, April 28 at : i " " iIIl n +m oo+ casflno o~ bones or - .he s.p r~ ~pectacle+.slated tolp.m, m the+ scho?.l, a ud,~ .; I I~UALITY MEAT MARRET II ;S S "W Market Street s~,o+++, SU 2-4448 O (~OIo~,++ ~,=~,u=,~ + - for the store's employee contest/for the coming school year. I m.w, llatll end 20th Ave. N.W. I+ ~ / [] sto ~. + ]': ~t. :. IRe neio ]n lo~yo sets the theme[ New ouicers will De eiecte~a I IJ i ~III ~ ness's another pra.c~ma, I durlng this year's "Sears Days lCandidates nominated includel| SU. 1-5400 ~ 1 [] ar~'~'~t~n~d~ iS ale:". The. color and flourish of[Mrs. Elke Finne, president; Mrs. I~ = ~ ~ 1 me international meet have been Phyllis Jewell, 1st vice-presi- ~, [ I IFillet ~a OEL~=~TE~'~mm==~( ' ~ adapted tO what is traditionally[dent' Mrs. Walter Bailey, 2nd!l ~ IIIIIIIIIiIIiIll|il lllllllilllllillffllllllilll III I ~h~ries~.AB.1.MIv ~ - ]the. biggest sales event of the fvice'president" Mrs Frederick jI : ~=saa ~ U S Eh mm ' " rs E II . l~ICll llUll 131Gas cul~. ii~I. i R SPORTABOUT TV ,+ a, m,edPhsmamt [ Gzl flohnson, assistant man-JR. W. Howis.ey. secretary; eRa[in " ~ a I~ ~1 [] [spring messes. [Criddle, 3rd vice-president; bl ":t n ~BUEK KUA$1 der, full flavored, SO e o.oml,tllI ,+ +,seer, nag seen delegated sales Marshall We, ss, treasurer. |[] [] usu~ tll diag.) with125 sq. in.pictum :SUns 2- I. Icoach "and has worked long andl Serving on the nominating!|,JtLlb' LARGF FIIANKS aO I[] edRCAPowerGridVHFTuner hardgettingacham ionshi sell [committee headed by Mrs llll ~ ~ l~ lh mm . . P P -,=,-- . SsJs (design average) [lng team ,n shape," said Jack[Stanley Wilson, were Mesdames l|,6Rn=mn arrr T,u, the Arista,mt of Oround . l mr ~mm rvin VUlIlI/ Dl;[r Beef-- ure fresh $CDND fllIIRfN [Baker, Store manager, and salestBurdette Anderson, Ma !!,p,and leon ~ j IF' m~ /chairman. ~Klimple, Stanley Nye, John]ll II (GROUND BEEF, Ideal for Meat Loaf 3 Ibs 1} 41 F OF CHRIST, Baker also commented that thelMurphy and Robert Langabeer. IiI I '+r " ]" [] eP,~,~,--- stores Sales Captains, Larryl The program will feature a B I ,- I lward, Ga Krue er and Ruthlhilarious one-act comedy, lI I End R^-^ Choice Beef. Waste,free Arm ffl,[] . mnlST ry g, + p,[] Frombach have m the,r ca a Mother for myor +o +, IIH0 ' VlIC 111,1(131 Cuts. va ,e, Hutrition, Flavor. ;)7 lb. = " " " city aS Read trainerS, put to-sentea Dy m lie me= ,=~ I A BrePich ~ ,Thn Mgf.hnr C hgroh gather an outstanding array oftLinkens' eighth grade arts class, lira B~llk D,==~-.I U.~. Choke Beef-4Jnif0rmly Rich, ne i-irlt Church ot rjnrllt S /enfili~ -- ' " TA i. s m hu,; w,nn,ng+ merchandise value8 ,n[Coml=g events: on the P: nlu nuabl Tender and Juloy Ib SUNDAY StR /Cl 11,every department calenaar incluae a roomer- ~l~ + am, 'Sales Captains will be the Daughter Tea and the Father-Is= FIRST CUTS--Small End 89 Ib SUNDAY SCHOOL 11 e.g. stores division managers, whojSon Banquet on May 6. 1:~arentsl~m " WEDNESDAY IYENIN@ Meet.will lead their staff in an effort]Of Whitman ninth graders bound Choke Beef, Ummmm! 3.120 M The WINSLOW ark 9 Series 14,GB.73-M 2Vow 14 td R TV glare.proof picture ,ry adjusted) ChDSSfS VHF Tuner or controls make tuning ally 4" x 6" Duo-Cone AT REAR OF STORE B (Our IS6th Yaarl SU. 3,1234 ings Include testimeBlull of heoling at 8:00 Lesson-SePmon for Sunday, Aprll 26, 1964 'PROBATION AFT|R DEATN" Everyone is Alweyt Wehome READING ROOM Wi h Free Lend;n9 Llbrery Su;fe 100---.Bellard Bldg, 2208 N.W. Market St, Hours 11:30 to 4:00 Dally. I[~ept Soturdays, Sundays and HelllOyl ELEVATOR SERVICI Christlen Sclenee Radio |erltt "THE BIILI SPIAKS TO YOU" April 26, 1964 "YOU DON'T HAVI TO BE AFRAIO" KAYO-4eetfle--tllS0 ke) 9;$0 e,rn. KRKO--llverett--(13110 ke) |I|| e,m. KTNt--Taelmo ~t1400 k ) t,ll +ll.m. tO break all previous records, for Ingraham High SChool next Such Piav0rll ,:,i,',::" The r~ine+day festival oDens year are invited to an oflenta- will be a special "preview" on auditorium,this Thursday and c ntinues ti n meeting Thursday' May 7'1~]~ IS RIBS o, [ through Saturday, May 2, There at 7:30 p.m. in the Ingrahaml~ IP ni'PP U.$. Choice Beef. Real ahem Ribs off i HORT ,~: = wednesday night. ~ J + . o r m. Ptlme Rib l "We're going to re-write the Est'ofe Meei'in" I:= tee0 m , sale's b O ~:~ necause thi~, is a. The Northwest Active Associ-[~ Rath's Famous Bhckhawk Brand. Regular g.~ . aS its name, sa!d ates of the Seattle Real Estatej~ slices or 2.1b. thick-sliced paduiges "If. c33~e~eJf:rlcSoOnc~a,He then.ran OIL BOard will breakfast together at[~l ai~ .m gar~, d0wn the the monthly meeting Thursday, I~ ~.I[A, U.S. Choice Beef-- ~--- anje;~o~Jo~pig!ng l~,s veterans April 23rd at 8 a.m. at Jensen'sIL~ ,}ICY Meaty, Lean, tlutritious I lb. K!es alike. Dlner, 8th NW and NW Market~l St. im hth' Blackhawk. Fafhera$on llonquef Robert Lane of Ballard Mort-[B Ilia3 t,e, Sm0k, Llnk$ 8.0Z. PKG. [] The annual Fasher-scn Ban- /[1 gage Co. will spea, k on "The quet of James Monroe Junior Theory of Discount' and "Theism m High School will b~ held in the IAVl ReoJul~r 29c Chef Boy-at-dee j LateSt FHA RequirementS. |lira maem-,=m= -.u = 6:15schoOlp.m.lUnchroomA ham dinnert nightwill beat ~ AA LARGE @It "~ =" |l! 'a"-e": Sauce Mix fer ~1~ UnitedThe StatesNati nal thefl wer of the/~ ~Prenh Weodinvllle Ii is goldenrod, If I - I-lb. Cubes SUNRISE ,It . = serv~l. The program will tea- ""' lUre the Shorecrest Gymnastic Team, ands "Slag Along With Oen+rals Lee and Grant f+ught]~ i IZ " MARGARINE Rick,' with Richard Hepman's on the same side in the MexicanJli : u ~ ~ -" Along Gang" (Boys' Glee). War. 41;',-o ++, c,o, . = **z.-1 : Mandarin Oranges 0 ter+l ~ |mmmmmmmmmimmmmmammt [] Re~uler Tall T; I~ MILK v -',', m iml AT FOOD TOWN Hills Bros. I''Ib" TIn, Drlp or Regulor Grlnd " IS Poekage of PauP Butterh0rns, 39 Tin, Drip or Regulor 0rind 1.111t 6-ot. Jar Instant CoffEe g,O~ 2-Layer Cake $ Dutch fh0c 1" j 10-oz. Jar Instant Coffee I 44 CHOOSE BLOUSES, COORDINATES, SKIRTS, SUITS, SLACKS, JEWELRY " ii ii igl Sh The Queen's W, +,+ ; ~ ~ .- I--;'OR,DA Have A Parl'y In,Your Own Home +LOmA ,ND,AN R,V. P, NX I Oranges k B h tU1 I!: IlL C OA1 IREI --- RHUBARBC" '=' L==AL " =;~;'"'~LmU t4, |9i FROM A QUALITY LINE OF LOVELY LINGERIE, SPI IAL POR THUR|DAY, PRIDAY, IAI'URDAY, APRIL 11, :=4 altd 2S CALL FASHION COUNSELLOR ROSELLA We Reserve the Right to Llmit (punflflel -. Na Soles to DNlers. 6300 32nd Ave. N.W. on. su SUnset 3-3699 ' --- -- ' ----+ ~-- "-~. - :== ~ ' i / ~ /'i, ~ +- T~ YOU WILL LIKE THE PRICES, TOO! ?i !i ii iii] + iill