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sU bs. II. Lbs. for 3.1202 Members earner's ! new members the member- rner's Lutheran I e services re- Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Har- Mrs. T. Mrs. Ray Van H. :k, Mrs. Ln Borch, cir. John )Y, Mrs. Kathleen Swindler, James Anton ;Daniel Fleet Schmidt-Harrison Wedding i Schmidt to Donald Harrison was performed recently in the Bal- USS lard First Lutheran Church. ---Photo, Frederick and Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harrison [O'Neal and the ushers were The marriage of Judy Lynn Jerry Nelson and Tom Warren. tour of The bride wore a gown made Fleet in of her own design of chantilly lace and satin with a chapel '.he Seventh length veil. Her attendants were Miss Nancy Pate, maid of honor, and Miss Sharon Fercier, bridesmaid. Ring bearer was Buddy Schmidt, brother of the bride, and the flower girl was Edwinia Rash. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harley W. Schmidt and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harrison. Both are graduates of Ballard High School. The couple is living in Ballard Serving as best man was Jim while continuing school. pe for Junior and Senior Roy Jennincjs Is i re /Air Commando d High School People BRAGG N C Airman In tool Ambassador Program F~ r ~Cla R R;y jMeei!i:~ing;, :5~; ~erWash-lfilling out an application and l 'g -~* ee tle" submittin~ it through a desi~-16th NW Seattle and his fellow 1 a o o o ' ' '~v " H gh nated Teacher-Leader at their United States Air Force Air Cam- s 31 pr " [mandos are causing eyes to turn emors scnool to me mcm chapter reo- . ]n m wonder as they fly their World pm-to-i-'eop]e high school cam- War If B-26's in the Ft. Bragg mittee. I area. On the project, student am-I The airman is a weapons me- bassadors will be in groups of!chanie assigned to Hurlburt 15 with a leader. Each group will iF[aid, Fla in Air Commando meet several times for orienta-I country. His unit flies their B-26's lion before leaving for Washing-Ito Ft. Bragg at intervals to par- ton, D.C. There they will be tic[pate in joint Air Force-Army briefed by United States and lspecial warfare training. F o r e i g n government officials. Airman Jennings, a graduate They will fly to Paris and then of Ballard High School, attended travel over i~.urope by bus. Everett (Wash.) Junior College. National Statione ]Klgfl Kh.ue T 1 Michael Parrell Wednesday, May 6, 1964 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 3 Pant, ani.|ari |n (,~I, IIA /itsnv II~VV~ /~;glll J Michael C. Farrell seaman ap- bgll [llllVll III Jl[;alllg [ l ' = {prentice, USN, son of Mr. andlGary Gerke l School in 1958 and was era- National Stationery & f"ceWins, 5 Out "[ l [Mrs. John A. Farre!l of 6545 Mary V CORPS, - GERMANY--Army[ pany . [ played before by Pacific entering Freight the Army. Cam- Equipment. . Association District~ Vl V Ave. NW, and Joseph N. Nelson, 8, is holdmg ~ts annual conven-] ~airman a-nrentice USN so- n PFC Gary D. G.erke, son of Mrs.[ He attended S a n t a Barbara ' ~ecoM:Ye,~:n '[ " t alga A. E ll]ck, 13042 12~,[(Calif.) City College. His father, tm;h:sn yS:2;~ a: ll ;ha. Sigma Delta ~w, ~eattle, receiveo a sarelJohn A Gerke, lives at 6520 ture skits entitled 'People Prob-/Fl. il [to Alameda, Calif March 26 driver aw~ard, March 24, while]37th Ave NW lens." F~] Aw.ras [aboard the attack carrier USStassigned to the 54th Engineer/, ' " . Approximately 200 will attend /Ran.gerco.m.pletlng a month of.m-Battalion in Germany. /I HOUSE of YORK I o,n r~o s,; tour of the cite,",uut oI six categories, KIRO/tenswe trammg operauons ou me A combat construction special-/[ Sh, llnn Salon,~d~ | haw lunch at the W'md.ammer~,i [News walked, off with three top[San Diego, Ca[if coast. [st in the battalion's Companyl[. EXP"ERr'OPERATORS II ~ I and visit the Government Locks. ln n rs. and twoL honorable men-] ~ A, Gerke arrived overseas in EI ~ TO SERVE YOU ~ ~i | Ray McDonnell head of Gra-jtz ns [.or excel-i!~i! More than 47,000 farmers lease[October 1962. II Opec Uo, ,h, s.t. [ Mac at 6200 15th N.W is this llence.In br.oad-il their land to organized groups The 23-ear-old soldier was l " " year's Governor and has charge cast .3o~ Irnansm. for outdoor recreation, graduated Yfrom Ballard Highi[ fi509 8th N.W. SUnset 3-343~t [ of the convention, rat a y e s, ~: d e a n of sport- Anthony Graham In China Operation USS SEMINOLE (FHTNC) -- Anthony R. Gr ah a m, boat. swain's mate third class, USN, son of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Cecil R. Graham of 34271,~ NW 62nd St )articipated aboard the attack cargo ship USS Seminole in a coordinated U.S.-N a t i o n a I i s t C h i n e s e amphibious exercise called "Operation Backpack" off the coast of To[wan. Backpack is an exercise to test the amphibious capabilities and readiness of the forces of the Seventh Fleet and the Na- tionalist Chinese Navy. Key Club International, high school boys' service organization sponsored by Kiwanis Interna- tional, has won a top award in the annual Freedoms Foundation Americanism competition, ac- cording to Nick Patterson, presi- casters i n t h e Northwest, w a s honored by the journalism f r a- ternity fo breaking a TV News on the Green River fishing crisis. The controversy stemmed from Indian fishing along the Green which was causing a seriou: shortage of spawning salmon The Game Department gained an injunction to halt the Indians' fishing. TV 7's News film was subpoe- naed for use in the court case, and Game Department officials credit the TV 7 film as a factor in saving the Green River run. In Key Club International Wins Award Award for its 1963-64 theme, "Responsibility -- The Key to Freedom." Kiwanis has won a top award each year since Free- dams Foundation began. Circle K International, a col- lege men's service organization AUTO GLASS MIRRORS ALUMINUM SASH ALUMINUM SIDING INSTALLED FREE ESTIMATES dent of the Kiwanis Club of Bal- also sponsored by Kiwanis, re- lard. The club sponsors the Key calved .a, George Washington Club of Ballard high school, tionor lvzeaa]. The award which was pre- ~ "-- sented to Kenneth Cohen, 17, of Ensicjn Sletmoe Ewing Township High School, AJ. ~ J-- Trenton, New Jersey on Febru- ~'~# %,~ron~l~ ary 22, at Valley Forge, came CORONADO, Calif. (FHTNC) for Key Club's 1963 theme, ,"Ful- --Navy Ensign Brent P. Slat- WITH EACH BAG OF fill Freedom's Challenge.' Dr. man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kenneth D. Wells, president of B. Sletmoe of 10054 Ninth Ave. POPCORN PURCHASED the Freedoms Foundation, made N.W Seattle, attended a two the presentation. /week course in Amphibious War- Key Club International, which l fare Indoctrination at Amphibi- t 1529 N.W. MARKET SU. 2.2717 Open 9- 12 Sat. 7th [ High school juniors and seniors can get information about the Approximately 40 per cent of People-to-People H i g h School all undergraduates at the Univer- Ambassador Program by inquir- sity of Washington are students ing at the school Principal's of- who have transferred from other honored. The organization re- rice. institutions, calved a Distinguished Service :I ALL LAMB CUTS ARE GRADED U S. CHOICE :iii?i PRE-CARVED, Square Cut Shoulder Roasts Whole or Half from delicious U.S, Choice Spring Lamb U.S. Choice genuine Spring Lamb---broil or pan fry Broil, braise or barbecue comprises approximately 67,0001ous School, Coronado, Calif. high school boys in 2700 U.S.r He is studying the techniques i i and Canadian high schools, was and tactics used in on ~h " " / e of - e cited as follows" Sixty-seven Naw's "no a ,o " o m i most lm, rtant an - thousand high school y ung en satile tactics, the sea assault i i adopted an eight point program ~ " I Open Man Thurs Fri. Eves I which stressed strengthening. The natlo' n s Canitnl w=~ t,' "~l'~, I Other Days 9:30 to 5:30 [ spiritual growth, preservmg our m ~ v fire Dee'~rnhm- '~A ~l . . da aoed b~ common heritage and meals, 1851 putting democracy on the often- " siva, inspiring intelligent leader- ship, stressing higher moral standards by promoting mental and physical fitness." 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