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i; ( f This Offer Ends April 29 Inferior Fie La ex DE. ZON HIDE A Superior Product Reg. SS.S0 Gallon are from Ballard. Mr. Vilem So- The interest in Science is high kol, Youth Symphony Conductor, in Mrs. Peterson's class. A num- served as adjudicator, ber of other voluntary home work Students appearing were: Marc projects were completed by stu- Laughlin, Meredith Nilsen, Pauly Johnson, Randi Archer, John Pempe, Mary Ochsner, Marie Vase Sponsors Strom, Soyce Garber, Greg DeJS~,lgClk Dinn==r Ben and 1VIichael Boyer. --'[~h'~ I e Vasa Central Committee lWO o~ me l~allaro stuoents ~wlll sponsor a Swiss Steak Din were winners While a mira wasI " ' ner Sunday April 26 at Upper an alternate winner. Mark Laugn-,* ' I Preston s Vasa Hall from 2-4 p m lm ano meremm ~itsen won top Procee ' ' ] ds go to the Western Vasa honors while Randl Archer was the alternate selected. Youth Tour in Sweden this sum- mer. Six youngsters from the Se- attle area, some from Ballard, You can relax when are busy learning Swedish songs you're covered by and folkdances with a Tacoma group of Five. The tour will FOR ADDED BOHUS, BRING THIS AD WITH YOU ] Irs Best By Test The flnesf, most complete coverage at the lowest Inc. possible cost. Every Kind--Every Color B35 N.W. 49th St. 5U 4-0584 BY ONEIDA SILVERSMITHS WIHSTOH C. BROUGH C0. Insurance- Real Estate 6722. N.W. SU. 2.1800 EACH PLUS FIFO. TAX a/, cover most of the southern half of Sweden. Prices for the Swiss Steak Dinner: Adults, $1.75; Children 1 under 12, $I.00. Four Ballarites In P.L.U. Chorus Sharon L. Wugell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Wugell of 7044-13th N.W.; Ardis Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert N. Anderson of 8044-27th Ave. N.W.; Thomas V. Janssen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irl H. Jan- ssen of 10528-15th N.W.; end Andrea C. Sandvig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Sand- vig of 9265 20th N.W have been selected as 4 of the 85 members of the Pacific Lutheran Univer- sity Concert Chorus which will make its annual spring tour April 24-27. The chorus, under the direc- tion of Dr. R. Byard Fritts, will ~resent five concerts in southern Washington and in Oregon. Sharon, second soprano, and Thomas, second bass, are fresh- men. Ardis, first soprano, is a[ sophomore and Andrea, first alto, is a junior. Drill Team Rummage Sale This Weekend By KAREN OTNESS Rested up from three parades! in Daffodil Country, the Ballardl Girls' Drill Team plunges into a i three-day rummage sale this l week-end to raise money for the new bus. The team partici- pated in annual Daffodil parades i in Tacoma, Puyallup and Sum- ner. This was the 13th Daffodil l EVERY PAIR OF PENNEY'S FABRIC CASUA .S is built to rigid Your assurance that perfect fit, greater comfort and longer wear are pair and at no extra cost, too! EVERY PAIR IS SAHn'IZED clean, hygenlc freshness 'n better wearl BOYS ] Air cooled cotton ermy duck uppers with matching rubber toe cap. Blue, black 'n red. Sizes B BVz to 3, D 4 to 3. Air cooled cotton enameling duck uppers with molded rubber outsold. Block, white. Sizes D 10 to 2. Air cooled uppers with White, I: n Pairs Pairs GIRLS Air cooled cotton army duck uppers, with rubber cap-toe feature for longer wear! Buff color crepe design rubber outsole! A 8'h to 3, C 4 to 3. Air cooled coffee army duck uppers, Comfy round with Slim 'n trim tapered tool Correct cooled cotton balance arch! Buff color crepe design Correct rubber oufsole. A, C 8~/= to 3. crepe design to 3, C 4 to Festival for the Ballard group. ! FINEST SOUND PER S $ DOLLAR S $ Sylvania Stereo with AM.FM and FM Stereo Sparkling silverplate serving dishes,Pierc l Trivet or Hot Plate, 6 Pairs Pairs -- rnake the finest gifts! Choose yours Jam Jar, Plate and Spoon M E N here each is an essential piece = Accessory Dish, 6" Englnaaring Davalopmenf= of "-.; F Butter Dish, glass liner Offer for the First Time COMPONENT OUALITY orous in any setting. Come early HostesaSnackTruy, 8 IN FINE while stocks last. GIFT BOXED. a Candlesticks, Pair FURNITURE CASlNETRY ] oeso.v o.y s.ru.o.v COMPARE! ~~~ j.3 -, MORE FREE GIFTS Rogers I~dy's Cultured Man's 17-Jewel ContlnuirirJ Demonstration At ,s. ~ ~.~ c w o urs--c.-- %, Ne Pur~a~ Neces~ to Ouali~---4utt C~me in & Regl~er. Free Gift Every Dcf to May 16 TItRILL! % ~> - - To the Macjniflcent Sound of ~~/.'~/-." .~ ~( ~ X. Livln~ FM-STEREO RADIO,'"" ' '' OPEH YOU eE THE JUDGE! We Invite Comparison With '. All Other Makes and Models Air cooled coffon enameling Air cooled cohen enameling Air cooled teflon onameilng FRIDAY Sylvania Stereo $160 to $850 duck uppers with molded duck uppers with buff de- duck uppers wHh molded rubber outsole. White, black, signed rubber crepe outsole, rubber outsole. White, black. EVEi NG AND Terms as low as $7.50 me. S;za, D 6'h o 12. Color Siza, B, D 6-i2.Slzas D, 6'/= to 12. UNTIL CALL SU 3.1234 P.H. TAKE TIME TO PAY Pairs Pairs Pairs 2206 N.W. MARKET ST. SU. 3-1313 GERKE'S INC. SSll - 24th N.W. CHARGE iT! s;gn B,t Shop Monday, Wednesday, Friday evenings