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QUotation of the Week It is easy to waste a million dollars even i] you're POor; just be careless with matches in the woods. dmose COMBINING THE BALLARD TRIBUNE AND THE BALLARD NEWS--ESTABLISHED 1891 OFFICE: 5410 BALLARD AVE. N.W. SO. 3-0400--SU. 4-5800 ~ 41 Free Home Delivery Wednesday, May 6, 1964. tD QUEEN GAlL BELLAMY WETTA of 9315 22nd Ave. NW, Mrs. T. Wetta is spon- FEDERAL SAVINGS as a 1964 Ballard Queen Candi- from Ballard High in June Point, and will be Commencement Janis Roy Wins lGlaze Again Heads Chmago Award [Adoption Agency By JOAN DALE / A University of Chicago Trus-[ tee Scholarship has been[ awarded to Janis Roy, Ballard student and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Roy of 8048 10th NW. Janis plans to attend the University of Washington and to major in psychology or soci- ology. The Twelve Trustee Scholar- ships of the University of Chi- cago were established in Decem-f ber, 1963, by the Board of Trus-[ tees to honor secondary school[ students in the United States./ Winners may renew the awards[ for 3 years if they have satis-/ factory academic and personal records Used Chow Scow :or Shilshole The Port of Seattle eommis- loners voted April 28 to approve )ayment for construction of a ubbish collection barge at Shil- ;hole Bay Marina, where a po- tential 1,300 pleasure boats can rest secure in the knowledge that their garbage will be toted away by the Port's "GAR BARGE," as one commissioner called it. or "Used Chow Scow," as someone else labelled this 20-foot flatbot- tamed scavenger. Eleven High School Scholars Honored Eleven high school students and their parents from the Bal- lard Area will be among those m Applicant's Name Age Address Phone Student Where? Employed Where? ; Hobbies, Activities, Talents: Phone MA. 4.7930 about any type of home loan: to buy--build--remodel or refinance. Ballard Office m 2020 N W. Market Savings placed by the ! lth earn dividends from the 1st -- at 4 !/4 o/. Local Students Honored at PLU Joyce L. Haavik and Janice Haavik, daughters of Mr. and Mrs; Artbur Haavik of 8762 21st N.W were two of 18 Pacific Lutheran University women stu- dents received into the Tassels Tuesday at the annual PLU As- sociated Women Students awards Tie program. SCy[e Tassels is the senior women's honorary society. Members are 4 selected upon high scholastic -"M, fJ~.M ,achievement and leadership in FROM 7~l~'qlh~- [cultural and social activities on ~.yl ~f ~ [the campus. ~~ 1 ~,li~'~q~ I]- ~ly [ Each spring 18 juniors are se- ONLl!~h~ou, nds sales[lected to fill the ranks of the I ! V4637 2241graduating =nio= i i I l r prim:<:. Savings I Paula M. Carman, daughter of ' "" - /~Z-" UOnald of[Mr- and Mrs. LeMayne R. Car- I man of 3408 N.W. Market St.; -- REPAIRS--- Fishing Supplies Costs No More ~ See Hose Bags and Supplies Free Pick-Up and Delivery PETERSON.LOCKWOOD Stanley R Olson Co. Free Loaner Available Sporting Goods--Hobbles---Models Pacific Coast Vacuum Stores fi419 22rid N.W. SU. 4.2087 1702 N.W. Market St. SU 3411100 6307 24th H.W. SU. 3.4Si4 BEST TERMS Year-Round License Service WILSON MOTOR CO. 5433 Leery Avu. N.W. SU 2-1111 Repair Specialists For the Best In Sight and Sound Find us Fast In the Yellow Pages. BOB McFARLAHE Serving Ballerd Since 194S NW SU. 3-10 20 The students are pupils of Hans son will return to the Seattle Bruksner and Swan Johnson teaching corps. @ Karen Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of 9403 The proposed ,Surfside apart- 1 meat to hold up any further hear- 21st N.W.; and Karen L. Tynes, ! ments on.Ballard s Sbilshole Bay tings until the report of the coun-[H daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sever-I ~i:ete~onc seem to nave more cil-appointed h i g h rise study Ill s an the roverbml cat and lin Tynes of 10544 14th N W " p,II1 " " "'~ the-- came to lit I board had been completed was I were three of 30 Pacific Lutheran y e again monuay t ' ~ll University women students re-] by a close vote in the city coun-ldefea ed by the same vote. The[[[ celved into the S urs Tuesda cd final mutton to r e " p yr " he ne I' " ef r for hearing[l[ at the annual PLU Associated w proposal was scaled[to the nlannin, commission car ][1 Women Students awards pro- down by the builder this timelried a]'ihough~'opposed by Ed'/[[ gram. l to a, helght of nine-and-a-halflwards' Mitchell and Luke. Coun-[ll Spurs is the sophomore wom-[ feet aoove the allowable 60 feet./cilmen Clarence Massart and Lud[l/ The council comm~ t ens honorary society. Members " "tee had re-lKramer are on leave but with[[[ are selected upon high scholastic[ commended three to two that[Mes art re-utedb, for the in-H/ ~!tlu:r~:pn! ::dalle:der~h:Ps ol J r~s )' lP;;~d~' ifal~:t Ht:l~/:~,hi'F~m~on:: ~ lar~bn:c!!llc~e~omfb uti:~!e / // W,vl sGU~atiMo nl,viskh:wleft fmi~al ritty :h~ c:ii[; ::ddKhr:vmee~:ngat~neStsa~: i " " [butt jwith them present |[l ernor Albert D Rosellini while Connie Hallin, queen of the hal' With Coua i ~ "- J " "' J e lwo o. ] ~z me new proposal goes Ill [fleet [,uneilman ~ through the Surfside Hiahrise l[[ Frank McPherson looks on The hahbut, taken in the Bering Sea by Slg Jaeger Harlan EdwardsCo ' " n - "" CUBI POINT Philippines --/of the fishing boat Seattle, Will be presented to Premdent Lyndo / M. B. (Mike) MRehell and [ will be 69.5 feet rather than Ill Frank H. McPherson air control- [B Johnson by Washington Senators Warren Magnuson and Henry[ Wing Luke voting for the me- t the permitted 60 feet, plus the [It ' Mr /" ~ t tion to kill, it was defeatedh man third class USN son of ~-~^- The oift of the halibut has a dual purpose: To call a -I,pent ouses for elevators and Ill o ~ ~, it ul w h Pa Alexander, Flu d and Mrs. Wallace H MePherson :---1 Halibut Week Mav 18 23 and to focus attention y,other machinery on top. Mr. Ill ,it!r;:i il I l[ La,s m= ndl;,7 7G o ,-,ou IN S^"" "I R'A N C E ELECTROLUX ' ob's Ballard TV ior High School. After a year of study, Mr. Mat- SIC. Admission is free. polkas, marches, Scandinavian, American and Boogie Woogie mu- will present a recital at the new Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave. N Sunday, May 10, 2:30 p.m. There will be solos, duets, trios and 2 bands included in the con- cert, featuring classical music, his education. He will work to- ward a master's degree. His work will center in the field of elementary school administration. Mr. Matson has been' a sixth grade teacher at Webster for six years. Before coming to Webster, he taught at Jane Addams Jun- W e b s t e r School, has been Ballard Students In awarded a $1500 graduate fellow- I ship by E a s t e r n Washington ccoralon KeClTal [State College, Cheney Washing- Patrieia Hendrickson and Andy ton. Mr. Matson has been granted King of Ballard are among a a leave of absence by the Se- group of accordion students who attle School Board to continue ENTRY BLANK FOR 1954 BALLARD QUEEN BALLARD NORDIC NIGHTS MAIL TO: Mrs. Genevieve Taylor 2325 N.W. Market Street Seattle, Wash. 98107 Phone: SU 4-1269 These three fugitives from Stan Boreson'SwaySOUndproof basement (the fourth crass nolas me uue " escaped have been giving forth with their own type of "Exchange" musical queen, IS active In arama, - " lit n culture and have already been known to range as far afield from Ballard as umerous SChOOl plays ana nas elected John T Glase 10523 15th School. Bellingham in an attempt to lure Exehange-minded persons to the State Conven- ,u.unsenng emrx uurmg her sopno- INW as nresi~tent ' Four of Ballard's ten attained tion May 21, 22 and 23 in Seattle. What makes it worse, the Ballard Exchange ,i Ir y ears. She has studied piano 5. . . . fl k i His' re-election came at the So-!perfe 4"t~.in t averages. They Club (of which these answers to the British invasion are members) is hosting iti a a semesters ana m acuve /oaswm s rm : t ciety's 67th annual meeting oniare,: ary A. Banke son of Mr. the State gathering, and there seems no to eurb this musical mayhem, ane WUl attenfl u oz w In me. n aria iwrs Lester t anKer 7727 :" IA/.II U^^# U~# 1 1 [April 30 in the Edmond Men y i ." :,since Exchange Clubs have no Sound rules of cloture. In saner moments these J iU~ll:l.o.n, nene Is a cnarmmg pretty vwnuJ jvu~n uvsu/ - iHotel. More than 200 members!triers "~ve'. ~w; Jan Lamberg, three characters are known, left to right, as: Rudy Peterson, first President of ' ~uwaltlal, ng me p .eas ures; .en.auenges The B a I I a r d Toastmistress [and friends of the Society at: [ oaugnterH Lamber~ t mr7501ano19th MrSAve JonnNw the Exehange Club of Ballard'; Gil Lahti, Program Chairman for the Convention; i.~ P oraie r ight Festivities. Club will present a new ana oil-Itended the event where special ", t, . . ; t;,~ e. :.~.--^a: n^ n ^ :.a^-. ^r .t.^ B^ a ~u.t. ~O L AMy of 3210 UW 67th, daughter ferent program for its next meet-l awards were made to five, sets of[ . . ~g ter of Mr. - 'JUlia 1 anumm aau' h uxaxx OL~TVll~/t|Dl I|IIIII~UI~IULI~ r~s~ JVlt~Dll.g~|Slg UJL LJ[|I~ r~(lSJ[~U.U ~.~/UU* --Photo by John Johnson ~Tiiii!i Charl,~ ~ no. ;.-o R~la t ink which will be held at the[foster parents and several boardlanI ~Irs" wiley A.; ~humm, 1711 : -, ~--.-a, -o ' m at !lNW ~Jreenormr way and Sue u ,Cavalier Broder Party Roe members sponsored by JANS APPAREL Ma-llth [ - -" sid--t Whitman, daughter of Mr and lallard Will Ho~ S~a~e ~ ~ ~ L~ ' L * HIRTDRESS TO?~ Ir ,:~o r m y Anomer tsaHaru area re e " ' i ii ,om Ballard High 11 June. She ard Club has as one 1-" Mrs. John E. Whitman 9253 24th ~ { . lne pall Harvey r. awenson o[ aazu st ' Udent Court, A.S.B. Committees of its members a designer of N.W was re-elected vice presS- Ave. l~ i AL dPU ll=.k laces ~extUre ~, ,~ r ~x ~L~I llsne I e s lne Diner six are KonalaIVlOe, .y she, hs, "g. ass. m an accomp a knit fashions Mrs. Char dent of the society and will serve : .~ .- ] :xcnanae ,lua anwmnTIon take : - t.^ v n a ' what son or lv~r. an(a mrs ~eorge ~ I ~ I.- ~ i!ll! [ ~ '~,OO l~tll INW ~lnua ~ aa j . . .o = .oo o woo w=,to=oy= term oo oo=o =oo or the past 2 years. She enjoys s, e c !s a coat ba.nger st.y e of trus .es. A former p esi. ent " auohter of'Mr and" Exchange Club of Ballard[er consulting weather specialists I dent who wish to have hospi. e look st ~ 'n some modeling and has acted as snow. bne WlU present a running of the ChHurens taome bocmty, Stanle" ~ Sa-st .~ ". L'/will be host for the State Con- and discounting the reports 75To, talitv rooms at the convention *U:~I , ~o know ,he 'i~" " ns ano .~ s oz, ,om~ . ' " " " ~ 11![ iI' LtOr at the Palomar Theater for a commentary on the Iasn.m Swenson served from 1961-63. NW" Janet Mar; erie v.t ~ventlon of Exchange Clubs of!they settled upon the slogan: uzm. /~ H T,~K6; ^g ,K T~-I - ! ~e~r, ,hot look "' tore s Fashion Parade. Her future will invite comments tram me In his presidential report to the dau'hter of ~," ~a %" :' [ Washington May 21, 22 and 23, !"No Pain In The Rain." Fol-! ,~: ~ ~,~u / i I nOWI And ~'c'IIr"IL~/~ hge de ree in education Gall is a members; group Glase said that the lives eric~ C Er/~en" "2~3~'~Iq~rrB~ue according to Ward Turnbull, llowing through on this thoughti rganlzatmn as t.nmrman at the i~l; '1 ~ o i' " Mrs. Mary riorvatn wm pro- of 4000 individuals--children and r,: r," ,- : "President of the local group ~State President Hal Johnson who Convention Committee and also i i 14~/~ to ~ " ' nODD lS' t'eople. " " " "on ' ~u~e ~ ; ~arrle Irel d, d~. h ,olero " --vortraw,"Y" :*- uyt'" uu.a.~w.~^t" actinSent a lessonthe artln vmCeoza rinPr ject~'master' unwed mothers in the Socmty'S~terdo of Mr. and Mrs ~illorn ~'[Convention headquarters will beby coincidence owns the Sweptla member of the Ballard Beat- ------- g P g care as well as foster and a P" l-nd I the Swept Wing Inn Wing says" If necessary we I1 Alls there seem~ n- ,~, *- ~oo, 12 to :i --~ . ' i:t,OIOU r, ores[ l-llU 1-'1 iNw.- . . ! j v ,~,~ k~ at a c~rcus. . ttve famdms -- were closely at-iMa.b,~o v oh - .~ ~:.' I W~th last year s conventmn, ;put a b~g plastm tent over these~ o ~ ~ ; ~ ,~ ~ i~ 15/, I'll Inenl gll~c Tn ttnld The t.lUO wlu mcmct a. neW,fected by the Children's Homei~ ~ ~" ~"~"~' unugIl ~:.f ,"'"held in Yakima titled "Fun In ', swimming pool so members can%":'"'~-':; s,s-y,-~ i .i yon. ~lyesfer botlSte" i,v~,u,[111~11 iv llVl~bl member, Mrs. Grace Black. At~o :~ ; ~a~ lwutuemar ~ane, mat 11tn Ave. Tha ~ " ~:~ h~ *o ~.~ ,~ ; * " x.g !OI meal culture on me ouuanoers . . iNW"and Kit ! s thelast meeting Mrs. R~chard " o r t e d ' h een Norns, daugh i who dare to attend the meetings )ed Cream". ,0 ~ I Armed Services Nmht I The agency IS s u pp 'ter of Mr and Mr- .1~,~ * hard put to come up With an ap-/son is.also reserving dozens of 9 :!i,li[ De me oele ~aiter nearln me lOCal musical [ ~ -, LUCKe Wa,S ezecteato . :[throuvh the United Good Neigh-ixr^ ;. =~, o . "~. "~,~ ~'" propriate theme, but finally, aft-[poolside cabanas for club presi-i -g -- ; [ii~ t offon. 7 ~o IS 15allara P-,IKS Louge ~Z/ Will gate to me r~ormwest lxeglonal/ o ~ i~,ux,o, ~u ~.u~, ~ve. l~w. -- [group on tour. rmwever, eacn ~i: ~ ~a : ~ Armen Forces t.:~t m I held in/oars in rang L, ourlty. Elizabeth Mitchell is the Holy IClub will be given a chance to ;}~ er. 12'/a ~'0 2~lh Night for-Elks and their guests Portland Oregon May 15, 16 and /Artge]s .Fhgh School top scholar, wensver Man Kece vesrl:5Oiicq re YOUth i get even by being ass,gned 16 1 on Thursda-y, Ma"y 14, startin" ate 17th. ' ]T,~,mh,lllu/ll.~, ,a |~ New i~lizaoeth is the daughter of Mr. Graduate Fellowshi-r I minutes for a skit of its own. at ~]~i]:~ n'm ~ ~,~a ;,A;,;,4uals arel and Mrs. Dawd C M~tchell 7751 (~)FI TV [")~+~ the FUN gathering on openln i '+'+':+':,',":':':':':::::~"~' The State Champion Thunder-. urged, to visit the Ballard Toast-[~ncn~taIs,v.~. Trustee iTenth Ave. NW. :*::il !night. ii/l ~ ~eattle youm Jonn nempei nce.a.yeat bird Drum and Bugle Corps Will m,stress Club and see whatI I" ~ ~. - " Lahti also states that the orig- ]ii~ ive a concert at 7 .m. and the Toastmistress mi ht do for them. Ward Turnbuil well-Known ~at-[i Irene (hlh RP~tdtfnel.~:%~ii:~ mann, wm appear as a member ;n~l mH~it'n]9 nranni~,ntinn had g P g v,o tu~ ~J~untu~/ :: ~, :ii: : ::::i. ~ i ::::i of Georgetown Umvermty's de-" " ~! I SF Army, Navy, A~r Force and Ma- For reservations call Mrs. A1- lard businessman and commumty[ n '::::i~i~ :~i~( Ifour members, making ~t a full- ~ ~ : Date team on ~.nannel v s ~.ta,uvi- fled ed nswer to the Bust we rmes wdl display new weapons, bert Sundsmo, SU 2-0469. leader has been named to fdl ueneht lh s Suna.v g a er ! Co-Chairmen Frank Carr and ~ t ~-t-1 who, "" "'I z-zur~nzr x)t~t~.~tr,series, vion-/Brown Enghshmen, but the man t~ I i:,i ii, 20A ~;~ ' o ~,~ " *ha T,~oo ~ali mation contact Susan "pp ;, . " Home. Carl CellS, a club mem- l i:i~|l member of ,the football team. tion. ii: "'~ "'~ ""~" *" i cain e L.lUO oI~sauara r~~ ,~' . ' ~7~ ?" "~ SU 3-9766 immediately, g ber will provide organ music and BOYD MATSON i : nemre ~rme~ aervlces r~lgnt, anu other talented members will con- ~1 beled.t be sure they are pronerly la- tribute to the entertainment. Boyd I. Matson, teacher at Still Time To Enter Contest ! ~i~