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I pofluck Lun i BaHard CO o LocafesNeWMuslCln BallardTeacher Wednesday, April 22, 1964 The RALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 7 ,0nana Chorus To Stdl T, me To Enter Contest . :: : . O ENS A .Ew WO LO SgSe NIPlu, I: /present a pr ng Concert at; .rs ,:;en ql~k ,~ i :~!::~:i:~:s:i:!:s:i~: :.~i:ii .~:: ~:i:s:i,~::~ : ~ Meany Hall, Umvermty of Wash- r lJL/Kl ~ : ~ 0 ~325 Nw VUL, IS~ z, ~ ton t " : Market Street A~. N W ' ::::::::::::::::::::::: ========================= :~:;::,:>::::, ng,Sa urday evemng,Ma :, 2.4685 i ~?i!~ 2 at 8'30 o'clock Y i Seattle, Wash. 98107 Phone: SU 4-1269 I ~ ~ll iii ~:i~:~!~i~ ~ii I This'mixed group is com'~-sed !i A--licant s Nam ~:: :::::::::: :::;~i .~:~:::::::::~ :~G'?::~ pu pp e A e of 55 vmces from all walk ~ S of, I~ ARRAN~EM~"I :~~ ~ be both sacred and secular. AlsoiJ ~ I-~1~,1~ ! TMS V~O f~ le'Y II ~i~~ Ifeaturedwillbeagr up f f lk ~tuoent where " " songs, i l'~Pm~" sU ~DI |ll~-Iil ;R;AIlll !/ ~bk~'~.l IThis chorus has been instru-Employed Where? ' ~:,' Ira I[1 ~ri~Gli4L ~ ~.~ Imental in presenting to the pub-I Hobbies, Activities Talents L' '= == sl t#, II=Vll~ill= I ~~/ I ~CrinS ;ve raa~ t Yt:ng ::dis tSwa;dda:g !I : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::, I"rlt'~lOA/,|'' '.-------- J "l ~i~ ,them sinai, scholarsh,ps ~ .~./~~/ ! -'~--Q I IT|ONAL! rllml tE* .JI i " " ----- -::- ~~ 'II~ IA[~R ~ ~H iI ~ ~ / Acc rdi nist Greg Allen will be I Eoob O'~'i-'" i---- f-' - -'" . .=r--~ [] kll~ ~ltllllJ ~ ~ the featured guest artist for thisl II t J, . . I :11 ~ hi innml~nm lwmnlnml Spring Concert. Greg, the sonl Mrs. I. Earl Rhodes will bail . , ~.~ rL I kII ~' J~r II ~ F~ i GEORGE FORGE of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Allen I featured at a book review and il urea s April ~peClalS ill, %KIRT I of 6541-7th Ave. NW isasoph.lsilverteaatNorthmnsterPres, r ~ 1 ~L ~/ I I I ~ ll lllll 1 ]1' Ge rge l rge, teacner t plan omore at B llard High School. lbyterian 'Church, 7706-25th Ave.! PERMANENTS [STEREOPHONIC PHONOG APH " " " 7AS0 :ill : m ,I land.organ, recently set-up, shop and ia a fine violinist and or-NW at l p.m. Friday, April 24. i . :": ~) in the stud,as of Centur music amst as wel r,$8 50 up II /i !'~;:: I ,~ Ill ' Y g I as an accom- M s. Rhodes will review Sing [I " I [] Je n,it/at 1416 N.W. 85th St store owner plished accordion player IFor Your Supper" by PamelaiIMon.--Tuos.--Wed TRIMLINE 100 $64 S0 I : I,i, W Y. I Ran Friedly announced, thisweek/ A Ballard resident and well-[Frankau. Martha Circle of North-;I taAIRCUT,=n - : : ~ ~,~ ~ ~" []~ forge currenuy teacnes ~ivi~a known for church and funor~l ! minster W men's Association with l ,e wntown ~ " Hinged, detachable speaker wings can be sepa:, i ~[~l[ IN -- '--" classes and at hm own do . parlOr oreanist, Mrs Elizabeth[Mrs. Laurence Cropp chair-/SHAMPOO, SET $2.00 aERVICI= ~[s.tudios However, he !rid!cared Lysen, will be accompanist for lman, will hostess this annual![ "rk, llll=Alrl'l= cur~nn rated up to 25 i . ----. Rt,~.~ ~/that ne intends to ortent ms de- the chorus. ,event" All, women in the districtila ""~'~"":No~, ,o *m y"' ~ " Separate volume, channel-balance and confinu. ; ~,~a~lll.~ ~ I tittles toward thisarea.ln Hih Mr. Harris is a former presi.[are wemome. ~ursery servicelI S$17.1Sth Ave 'NW ous variable tone controls : "- t~l Com2r~"i I~ z f~l ~l~ [,graduate .oz ,LlnCO,g. dent of the Ballard Kiwanis Club.[will be provided. Call the church I cn * nn:~v " " " Dual channel amplifier for 'true fldelffy ~ ilii : i:: i e uI il,~' - ~ n " - v ~'vv.~ R g ar l~ - - c o.oi m ~eattle, ne majo.reo m ~ /ofhce, SU 3-3402, for addltmnalll : ~,~!: re,a,II ~musm at the Umvermty ot uregon linformation. I" IIII IIIII I Tape end speaker lacks allow added versetillfy.~!i I ' I I before and after hm tour of serv- mgranam unmr At ~ 4S-rpm spindle af no extra Os't Li u Rel,~i /ice in the U.S Marines during Calvar,- 'r-m,~n. I I VALI:^ gAl ' World War II He also attended as! Calvary Temple NE 69th St "WAKE UP TO MUSIC SPECIALS" the Holloway School of Theater . . . ::, ~ ~Hll~ ulluU[]l~l~ dl~iilu I S5--196E COL s LOCATIONS -- l in San Francisco. and 8th will p sent viii: - lnlRu rr: -- "" ' coura-ement of me lngranam reign ~cnooi lour- / , u~on ;Sell Avenue N,W. I w)m me e nn h'-~:~n Bland ing Choir in a cOncert Friday, ( lalKkS' DRESSES II11/ 20 poet-radio parse a 'ty- . . t na ,h Ave. N.W. & N.W. Marke'~ St.) in- For-e established studios in A-pr!l 24at 8 p;m. It wdl be one ~ Tremendous savlngsI Sizes I-14. '/~ off reg. prie, ~ : : I a.m. to a p.m. .~, 8. "^52 Multi talented ot the zew puoiic pertormances ) ~'~lO/C, e'Bl~llklP 'a Illltl~mpR lain, amp ) : : . MarK~ ~ -15th NW ~ n mlut-ln-~-.;-ch wriiin- and remaining for the choir before $ w,a,-,~ orKIl~lw ~ WlN/I~K t,UAI:) ) Au omaticwake- A ~u /-~. ~-~s,~ or, ~,~ ~ . their detmrture June 10 for Ja Sizes 1-14. Full 33V~ % off reqular price ] She z-Alarm Clock : ~other creative arts in addition to . ~ . ~ . to-music ~~~~ : :: i ~~ ~ ~ i, I aintained pan. ,~ --~ Sales F,nal-- ~ ~ ,q F plan an organ, rte m The 52-voice choir d; tod k, l / : -- the studio until he returned to Mr W"I ~, ; .".'."" ":' ----------------~--------~---~-~---~--.- -----* rec*ifier I~~#l{~J~'t~'~ l . - . . al ace Ltoleeze, Will pre- ,1 1 1 Seattle in 1959 Since then ne 4" Oynepower II *'~ ~lli~J~k'~ ~ :.:L ;'i!', . s4 ; ' senta program of Amerman Yarda e Bar ains .; :~t: irl~lliflrllVl l" !has conoucteo classes in ~eattle (J cJ ~:.~ speeker L ~[~ : i :i - ------ - " The month Ion concert -- denim & S0ersucker Mix them or ~='t~[~~@J ,I'1 /I Open House Sunaay . m .- g . . tour match them for sh r' " ~~~Y ~' ~'.~.ff',S,;". F At XopeCrest School i skirls, their :::::::::::::::::::: ~ 1 ~r Modo, No. 4,0 1 ~ On Sunday April 26 1964 from," " " #/,'- ', '.~. pan, Vlmted here Ingraham ~flc PI=D t'?ll11' C~~'i : //;at w#~ ~ 112 noon until 4 p m rtopeLrest -- vw. -~-~I~ * Automatle wake.to. lSn - . ::, was me nost mgn scnoot ior me :ort and salt [ ~School for Retardeo Lnuaren wni,i music and/or alarm ~ ~ : Japanese stagers ' buzzer t -drd#t !be open tar the benent oi all or- 'rh" -ubl:" :- ":'":''~ a.~ :. * . / A --- mum 07, ! 1/laiR lg.an.izations w!shing to as.sume sion~S~ree,~ i~ut'a*?r~e'~ v~Y;'o~- Lamlnatea Wool tor (oats UR MutedsJum~erswlf ~l ~r~ their commumty respons]omty n Closeouf with 10 ,i~ I m II fering will be taken for the fund 60 in. w;de, Rag, $5.98 yd NOW yd. i"lV~l~ I~'~-Z J~~~ Lever clock control "" ~ me successlul O ratlon OI this, ,~ /gB I L J pe . intended to held ~av the choir S I~ ~~'~-':~J~ kno~s ~" r l III endeavor to train and educate "x-'"ns"s ---- - I] X "TI~~ -LT-~II~'~ * Grill cloth for n to thmr ~ v"= ~ :)r'I~IAL ~ROUP OF YARDAGE IF ~1~i .'; these forgotten childre added luxury E/If i~/IE fullest capacity. ILaIIILa.& ~MI Wash n wear prints, drip dr;es, cottons, brocades, etc. aVR~ ,WE-- The school is in Building 34 n=,~ u~r wive=,TERRIFIC! Buy One Yard af Regular Price, Then North at Firlands The H a i i o u t Fishermen-s OF THE Parents interesied in visiting Wives Association will hold its GET ONE YARD FREE[ the school for consideration of regular meeting April 23, 8 p.m."Ups airs Qualify--DownsCa|rs' Prices" dealer cholce. See disheB, a new rn r rTLE De r ANN SHERIDAN ZACHARY SCOTT CQNNOR'S Furn. & Appllance ELECTRIC KONSMO Appl. -- Tacoma, Puyallup PERRY-WEST Co 8uriar, EUTLER'S, NorthqaCe II !: | [Cal ~'reas- 9irl face enrolling their children in the fall semester, are welcome since the teachers will be in attendance to explain the programs and goals of their respective classes. HopeCrest classes are in four groups: Pre-Primary, 2 to 6 years--working toward increas-i ]ng awareness; Primary, 5 to $ years--Better adjustment to group s i t u a t i o n s; Developmental, 7 years and up--children who are mentally retarded and also have motor disabilities; and Senior, 7 years and up--children who have attended special classes, but no longer have classes available. On display will be paintings by weii known northwest artists who have donated their time and ef- forts by contributing them to HopeCrest for the purpose of rais- ing funds to aid in financing the school. Bollard Mort" sin,s In Elixir of Love Opera on Wheels, assisted by the Seattle Junior Chamber of Commerce, wi ll present Doni- zetti's ,Tla.e Elixir of Love, and Puccini s Marion Lescaut at Pigott Auditorium on the Seattle Univer- sity campus on Friday and Satur- day, May 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. The operas, directed by Dr. Denton Rossell, will be presented in abridged form as a double bill on each evening Although they are highly successful operas which are regularly in the repertoire of the great opera houses of the world, neither ope r a has been previously staged in Seattle. Ingrid Meyer and Lowell (Pat) Palmerton s i n g t h e principal ~rts i n M a n o n Lescaut. The ixir of Love will feature Rus- sell Arvine, Lynn Tannel, Glenn McCorkle, Calvin Robertson and Susan Evans Gary Cunningham, baritone, who lives at 9917 15th NW, will be heard as one of the Viilagers in The Elixir of Love. Seats may be reserved by call- ing the office of the Seattle Junior Chamber of Commerce at MA 2-5060. About eight of ten horace built today are put up by mass build. ers. N.W. MARKET SALE TIRES BILL PLUNK Dealer W ,=e.pt *11 m*ior ell credit cards. Expert work on brakes, front-end ~lign- meat, tune-up. Our lubrica- tion Is the BEST -- ANY- WHEREI SU 3-3103 DIAMOND PIIICE SETS OF 4 "-TubeleEs 130.80 elesE I 13.80 6.70xl 5 only 92.60 mless 95.00 6.70xl S only 81.00 less 76.20 64.80 SALI FRICE SETS OF 4 99.95 9.9S 69.9S 64.95 $9.95 43.52 35.52 DIAMOND FI~ICE EACH 32.70 23.75 20.25 19.05 16.20 SALi PIlICE EACH 24.99 19.99 17.oo 16.=4 ALL PRICES PLUS TAXES AND EXCHANGE in the Deep Sea Fishermen's Un- ion Hall at 5215 Ballard Ave. NW. Inspect the neighborhood of thy life; every shelf, every nook of thine abode. --Jean Paul Richter PRICE lverybody CAN EAT STEAK! SAVORY TENDER Ellensburg AGED Good/Std. Sirloins T-Bones Top Round & Boneless Tip Rousts FIT FOR A KING Boys' and Girls' Wear -- Sizes 1 thru 14 8548 Greenwood Ave. N. SU 4-197S 74'th end Greenwood Avenue North SU 2-4744 OLD CUSTOMERS COME BACK AND MORE NEW ONES SHOW UP EVERY WEEK at WHOLE or CUT.UP r ii i i iii I i i [i i .111 ii / i ii11/i i[ iiii ii iii iiiiii i i i i i ii IIIII I Bacon ii i I ii I I I II II FULL CUT Aged, Graded G00d/Std LEAN, MEATY CUT Good/Standard GrBde GOOD and STANDARD LIS. i in iii i ii i i i 11111 iiii ii i i ii i i i II I I II -I Z > ul > --I I11 Z gt > ,-I 0 C FAMOUS WESSON BRAND OUART JAR SILVER BOW Stralned -LB. CAN Tasty CHAMP Brand 1-Lb. Tin Ill I RIpe, Sweet, Fresh Picked DEMING'S RECIPE Alaska Pink 1.Lb. Tin I I - /111 I I Cups For u. LETTUCE ~R~, SOL,D AD, .~*. AVOCADOS S,LEC, CALIFORNIA EA. CUCUMBERS LARGE, SOLID EA. , OPEN 9 to 9 CLOSED SUN. 20th Ave. WE N.W. and N.W. Market St.---Specials for Thurs Fri Sat. I'T HAVE TO VERY T WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT 7: 7