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i i i ( ii:j 2 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNEWednesday, May 6, 1964 )iBlanche ' Mo 'hers *Adult' Council Patience is the key of content.I Thailand has about four fifths i - . I ~- ~-~---~-i! The final meeting of the Blan- Chuck Anderson, President of --Mahomet the area of Texas. " ~/chet Mothers' Club will be held:the Ballard Boys' Club Adult ~ "t~ g::~'l~ ~ion Monday evening, May 11, at:Council announces that the next ~ 1, ~,1, ~ - 7:45 p.m. in the school cafeteria, iimeeting of the Council will be At this time the newly-electediheld at the Boys' Club on Mon- Lake-Berg lavender orchids, sterling silver Bercje.Cheney roses and ivy. Acting as Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Phyllis Lind- say whose dress was a deep lav- ender sheath in empire style. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and violets with sterling silver roses. The other bridal attendants were the Mesdames Joyce Haw- kinson, Eileen Taber, and Vir- ginia Poynter. Their dresses and bouquets were the same as the of honor. Lori Wood was l the flower girl and Russell Haw- kinson served as ring bearer. The best man was Mr. Kenneth Eidsvoog with Messrs. Robert Poynter, Ralph Opplinger and Smith serving as ushers. Those assisting at the recap- MRS. CHENEY :ion in the Blue Ridge Commun- ity Clubhouse were the Mesdames --Photo by' Orglenn MRS. BERG Ellen Vieg, Dorothy Paylor, Ber- Chaplain John F. Dumas, USN --Photo by Wafters StuSlo nice Shea, Dorothy Gunderson, united Miss Elsie Irene Barge The University Presbyterian Gudrun Lindsey, Alma Selevold, and Lt.(jg) Robert James Che- Church was the setting for the Betty Meisels and Wendy Ufer. nay in marriage in an all-white nuptials of Marilyn E. Lake and After their Canadian honey-[formal military ceremony at the Ogle Berg on April 17th. The moon the couple will reside in lStation Chapel of the Sand Point ceremony was solemnized by Dr. the Broadview district. !Naval Air Station, Saturday, Both attended the U of Wash-iMay 2, 1964. The bride is the Robert T. McFarland. ington. ]daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans The bride's gown of ivory faille I Barge of 8310 16th/',venue North- taffeta was defined by a beaded west. Lt. Chancy is the son of belt, an A-line skirt ending in a Lundin-D'Aprile Mr. and Mrs. Robert James chapel train. A bouffant silk il- Cheney, Sr of 285 East Parkman! [union veil was attached to a Street, Altadena, California. double bow matching headpiece. The bride wore a full length Her bouquet consisted of deep bridal gown of white embroidered organdy, with a high sabrina cut MAJOR BRAND neckline, elbow length sleeves and a sweep train. For her head- )lace she wore a white pill box hat with a full butterfly veil of silk illusion. Her acces- NOTItING series also consisted of white cul- tured pearl earrings and shorti OVER white wrist gloves. She carried IN OUR a cascade bouquet of lily of the NEW LOCATION valley and ivy. The maid of honor, Miss Donna Major Appliance Repeir L. Johnston, wore a white chiffon Washers, Ranges, dress with bishop long pouffed Dryers sleeves, a round neckline and a i FREE PICK.UP cmd DEUVERY bow sash over a full skirt. Also Credit Terms Arranged OAC gowned in white chiffon dresses on Relmlrs and/or Purcha~ MRS. D'APRILE and wearing large white picture" GR|ENWOOD ---Portrait by Johanson Studio hats were the bridesmaids, Miss AppI IANCI Wedding vows were exchanged Gladys E. Gallup and Mrs. Pa- 6726 Greenwood Ave. N.by Mary Sue Lundin and Allen tricia A. Anderson. The Misses D'Aprile in MS. Olive Luther-iLori G. Bruno and Kathy A Bru-! SU. 4-7350 an Church on May 1 with Rev.[no were the bride's flower girls. William Houser performing the Lt.(jg) Roderick Y. Edwards, ceremony. ]USCG, was the best man. The i The bride's gown of chantillylushers were Lt.(jg) William A. lace with skirt of tiers of lace Anderson, USCG, Lt.(jg) Larry D R U G ending inn chapel train had a,E Helber, USCG, Lt. Cary Levy, scalloped neckline, long sleeves IUSN, Ens. Warren D. Snider, ~ ~L(~Cr;~'t'fS and a pointed basque waistline.]USCG and Ens. Michael P. Stud- Her flowers were a cascading I lay, USCG. bouquet of white rosebuds and The reception was held at the carnations, t Sand Point Naval Air Station Of- ~~ By ~ The Maid of Honor was Karen i ficers Club. Miss Shirley A. Sira ~~ Olson while the bridesmaids werelwas in charge of e,u st book "~ JACK Carol Tenoll and Mary Ann Wa~land Miss (:arol t.h~.w ~ersvee WA ER{] thaw. Their sheath dresses, we /served the punch. a!l in blush pink wzth a jacket The bride graduated from Bal- er cotton race. ]lard High School in 1958. She Because insecfs are de- The brother of the bridegroom, !formerly attended the University John D'Aprile, served as best of Washington and was employed M'royers of proper'h/ and man, while Donald L. Hoem and on the staff of the King County food and carriers of fifth Tom Johnson acted as ushers. Prosecuting Attorney. Lt. Cheney and disease, constan~ re- The bride was graduated from g r a d u a t e d from New Port search is being conduced ~o Ballard High School and is a Heights High School in 1956. He! find a safe and sure means member of Woodland Rebekah is a graduate of the United States i of destroying them. Lodge No. 128. She is presently Coast Guard Academy, New employed by Seattle City Light. London, Connecticut, class PRESCRIPTIONS Allen was graduated from Frank- 1960. He was recently appointed Carefully Compounded i lin High, served with the Unito the Massachusetts Institute of Navy Reserve and is now era-'Technology to study for his Man- at Booings. tars' Degree. Mary Sue is the daughter of After a honeymoon trip to Can- ~ir. and Mrs. Clef Lundin and ado, the couple will tour the $~CK wAnen~. ~m~,t~ ~t~m~cl~ the bridegroom's parents are United States. ~Mrs. George Dobecki and Mr. Joe D'Aprile. Women Norwegian Circle meets in the COMPLETE VISUAL SERVICES Hall, Thursday, May 7, at 12:00 p.m Mrs. Martin Snekvik, Dr. L. B. WEST,hostess. O P T O M E T R I ST S The Daughters of Pioneers Cir- cle will meet Monday, May 11, at Confac~ Lenses 1:30 p.m. at the church lounge, O,pen $0 a.m. to S p.m. Week Days--Monday 12 to 9 p.m --Closed Sat. Mrs. Mary Kleve and Mrs. Olga Estad, Hostesses. 5810- 24th Ave. N.W. SU 3.8410 The Ballard First Lutheran Church Women Mother-Daughter [Dessert Party will be Tuesday, /May 12, 1964 at 7:15 p.m. Lower /Social Hall. Theme--God's Love. I Opening devotion will be lead ]by Mrs. Siqueland and the offer- ling meditation will be given by I Mrs. Aspen. ! Mother and daughter toast will i be by Mrs. Myrtle Ormbreck and You get your motor and front suspension completely steam ]her daughter Eloise. cleaned and car lubricated ef this sensation- Musical portion will be a solo ally low price just to get ecquainted wi h~ by Jacqueline Jangord accomp- anied by her sister Margie and a piano solo by Margie Jangord. BALLARg RICHFIELD A descriptive reading, "I John A. Mc~reyne, Owner, Ma~lager Christ Were Not Born," will be FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY given by Gordy Apker, Kathy 1815 N. W. Market SU 2.98S0 Farnham, Judy Bregman, Steve I Torko and Ronald Melver, stu- ACROS$ THE $1"R|LrT FROM ERNEST HARDWARE i dents from Pacific Lutheran Ask The Family Who Has Used Our Serv[ce GREEN LAKE FUNERAL HOME PIKE C. STOCKHAM WALLACE S. SMITH ROBERT B.LEISHMAN Iorgt Parklnf Lot--Half Block North 7217 Woodkrwn Avenue N.E. (Zone 15) LA. 2.1898 II I IIII III I IIII ]1 I officers will be installed. Theylday evening. May 6 at 7:30. are: President Mrs. Boyd Mor-: rison; Vice-president Mrs. James Kraft; Treasurer Mrs. Harold Tscheu; Secretary Mrs. G. R. Boehmer. The program will be by the girls of Sister Agnes' home economics classes, consist- ing of a spring fashion show in which they will model. All par- LAWN MOWER Sharpening Service PRECISION GROUND COMPLETE CHECK Free Pick-Up and Delivery SU. 4-7474 ants are invited and coffee hour follow. win TRAVEL SERVICE ~ im AIR---SEA--LAND ARRANGEMENTS Announces OPENING of offices in ~he Ballard Business Dis rlcf OFFERING: * Life Health Group Insurance Pension and Estate Planning CLIFF S803-15fh Ave. N.W. JENSEN SU 4-3565 1770 N.W. S6 h GRADE CHOICE, BONELESS ROLLED GRADED CHOICE WASHINGTON GROWN, GRADE A, WHOLE DRAWN GRADED CHOICE HENRY HOUSE, LEAN Ib FRESH FILLET 12 OZ. JAR, SMALL SIZE Ib ALLSWEET PRIDE OF PACIFIC WHITE STAR CHUNK STYLE Can Lge. Chex Doz. Zee 80. Pkg. Count Frozen Tree Top APPLE JUICE 6.07. Cans S for $1.00 Farman Home Style Fresh Cucumber Koser DILLS 48.07. Jug 59 Celebrity Sardines . Tin 19* Giant Size AJAX DETERGENT Pkg. 69* Pearl Brand MUSHROOMS 4.07. Can 5 for 99 Hormel CHILI CON CARNE 1G.o7. Cans Sunny Jim APPLE BUTTER 14-o7. Jars 5 for 99= Hills Bros. INSTANT COFFEE -o7. $1.09 lO.oz. $1.39 Hills Bros. COFFEE Lb. 79c 2 Ibs. $1.57 No. 1 Sunnyside Sweet Crisp No. I-A New, Shatter Coachella :I ear All Prices Effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 7, 8 and 9 We Reserve the Right to Limit NO SALES TO DEALERS OUR th DELIVERIES MONDAY end WEDNESDAY Member . emer's new the services Mr. and and Daniel 0 6V2-0z. In Tin Lb. Lbs. for Bag of 6500 6th N.W. Open 'til 7 p.m. Friday SU 3.1202