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4 The BALLARU NEWS TRIBUNEWednesday, May 6, 1964 " Second In City The Lonq Way ' ' ' +" ' Round To- Home- ter, Ballard High School graduate ~a: :~!~:~!~i~; and daughter of the J. E. Bannis- ters of 4514 3rd NW, it has beenl !~~~ a long trip home. ~~/Y~ [ When her husband, Robert E. ~i~ Kahler, graduated from the Uni- ~~ versity of Washington, he took ~i~ a job with the Arabian-American Oil Company and they stayed in ~~~ that part of the world for a dec- ~~~ ade. Hospital facilities in that ~~~.~ farce being what they were, the ~~ i Kahler's two children, Donna, ~~f~ I now 5 and Steve, 4, were born in ~~~~. I Germany. While the children l~r:~!! were still toddlers, the Kahlers I made another long trip, this time to Australia, That was in Decem- New Doctor John Petersen John L. Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Historical Excursion To' Peace Arch May 24 D e p a r t m e n t of Agricul- 20 PER CENT FROM AUTOS '1 Rural electric n at" informatio all LA 42146 ture plant quarantine inspectorsI DETROIT- Mo'e than i0 per!systems, I Back P~orrnwest ix.all J~XCHFSIOnS a - her n c - " ' ' ' - -'' -i - nce~intercepted 31 439 damagmg plant [ cent ol all state tax revenues are t~ I e c L I, Ballard nounce a one-oay mater cm trip or, since tickets are oy aova " ',' . to the Blaine Peace Arch Celcbra-sale only, send remittance with!pests .last year. That's an aver- from special lewes on the motor-]!ra!lon, .c ~anager o tion on S u n d a y, May 24.]self-addressed envelope to North- age oI 1 every 16 minutes. ,rag puo}}c ~lnotrecny f Washin from Was The round trip, costing $4 for iwest Rail Excursions, 538 NE[ ~ ~e attendee adults and $2 for children 5-12, i98th, Seattle 98115. Tickets mayI will leave Seattle at 9 a.m. and a so be purchased at Great North-i ', kAI/Ikl~P. 'f the AAA arrive back to King Street SEa-]era ticket offices, the Wharf Res-] b,~v t Safety tion at 7 p.m. Ballard riders may taurant, Fisherman's Terminal or'; LINKOUS" board at Edmonds at 9:30 a.m. the Empire Hobby Shop. : ~ establishes and get off on the return trip at i ~ ' ~dtl~mm,-'- on matter 6:30 p. m. All times are daylight'~ A pre-Mother's Day May Dress~ ~ ~ engineeri~ saving. ]Carnival Fashion Show will beI ]l ~~-*~tl[~ ~ ~|~ Children making the trip are!presented by Penney's in Bal-I J I~'~ ~1[~[~ ~]~k~~ invited to participate in the flag!lard Thursday night from 7 to; ~ ~ ~ ~[~ ~ "~~ exchange ceremony at the border 19 and Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. i I1 I[ ll~'" Northwest Excursions, a non-l Models will show one of the] II I[ " profit organization, is under the',largest selections yet seen local- II direction of Sian Gray For fur-ily. II TOMATO JUICE 4, o T 303 Tin " STEWED TOMATOES -~ 303 Tin Dick Swanson bar, 1961. Petersen of 3210 NW' SYLVANIA GARDEN SWEET PEAS Dick Swanson, son of They are now "at home" in 62nd, will graduate from Ballard at 6416 34th NW, with the University of Wash- # 303 Tin Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swan- Donna in kindergarten at Web- in~ton School of Medi- MOTHER'S * * * son of 9701 15th NW, sEer, and Steve registered there -;Z DAY DELUXE PLUMS who won anew +75 Ken- to begin his education in this ::~ea June l~=,~eagrI~l:h I ) nedy Bond for finishing strange country next fall. ~ ;~v;=. u,= ~ . o'" MAY 10 ~, ~ 303 Tin second in the city in an ~ ~cnom m lung; zrom t I -- . t Dartmouth College in . . . rl CREAMEE OR KERNEL CORN essay contest sponsored L.OCal cTors In 1960; will intern at Belle- Own a New by the Sertoma Club. Ik' ~'~ ~1 vue Hospital in New York YLVANI, FINEST SOUND PER ~L~9~g# |Tall Cucumber sliced Dick had previously won i lew irque now and return to Seattle to S $ DOLLAR S $ two $25 Bonds; one for Several local people have pans practice following post- Less Than Sylvania Stereo . PICKLES 0 win.ing the local co.test ,in "Take Me Along", new Cirque doctoral training, with BEEF STEW Vienno--4.o at Marcus Whitman and musical-cemedy which opens t " ~ RENT AM-FM and FM Stereo =] , another for winning the night for a five week engage- Civilian consumption of milk-- regional. All contestants ment, according to Gene Keene, in all dairy products--increased wrote on "Obligations of Director. labout 2 billion pounds in 1963. Corn Beef ~[~i[[~ Swiss Miss, Apple, Freedom." ,A faithful adaptation of Eugene! HASH .UU PIES ;:;::nberrY .'" ONeil's "Ah Wilderness", I NO DEPOSIT At Art Museum musical was a smash hit onllmllF~lPtIF~'l I&mlL~ l:l May 7th is the date of the Broadway. !l rlDI KUL/433 ]:1 MEAT BUYS OF THE WEEK--" Seattle Art Museum's 15th annual Jerry Sando is cast in the fea-il :. . l l Hormel's A I~c ~ Pull Cut USDA good or hol~ exhibit of residential architecture, ture role of aid. Others in the lI Clear C a,+j t~es+. !1 d The homes being shown this year cast are: Arden Craig, Marylou [I t~a ,o.uu II are atop Capitol Hill--all near the Webb, R0gerWestberg, LynShe-[I Boat Ras'm-----~aL$4.7$ IIl ~ [ICED BACON Ib.q'U (R fiND STEAK: '[ Museum. Tour hours are 10 to la, Betty Martin, Deidre Rubican, II Ill 5 o'clock with continual compli-A1 Carter, Art and Paul Sprague,/I [RIglg ~,"."~:,Y II mentary has service available to Charles Hathaway, Ed Rickard, ll =:t PRODUCE all homes. Karole Riippa, J. Norman Smith, !| lll Tickets are $5.00, which includ" Marilyn Betzina. Pat Brown Clap-[I ~0tlDA, ~F~. C0. l!l,Eng+ lag Developments of! ] 91 ! RADISHES es morning coffee or afternoon per, Fred Clark Dee Sanwick,':J ,**~-~-~s-tA, - ~i. *~ too~ l| ~ 6.T.&E. Corp. and SYLVANIA tea, and they may be purchased Lillian Ashworth, Lee Reuben and]| nov= oru vv. m~ -uuu, liI ( Offer for the First TimeASPARAGUS lb. OU L,Y ONIONS I IN FINE at the Museum, by mail order Rosella Olson. I~iI I FURNITURE CABINETRY from the Museum or from: --~ ~ Mrs. Merritt Wilson--10320 Bed- ~ ~::!:: . ~ (OMPARE! MILK AND BREAD PRICES GOOD EVERY D, ford Court. SU 3-3121. No ticket Mother s Day Special + co+u++0 +o0 ,t Our Stereo Center All proceeds benefit the Mu- V .L WEEK ) THRILL.= Homogenized -- seum's maintenance fund. ROD !~ ? To the Magnificent Sound of -:+:.;:~>: " ; INCLUDES: I Living FM-STEREO RADIO Life Membership PERMANENT $1fl50 ~~~ "k Free Parts ) YOU BE THE JUl)OE' ) We Invite Comparison With Mrs. Kenneth Gronvold of 1818 COMPE[I"E WITH 1~ ~, /~' I ~r Free Service ~ All Other Makes end Model, La NW 83rd was awarded a Life HAIR CUT ted STYLI[ ~'j,~ l V= gel l Membership in P-TA at the April Free Fast ~Sylvania Stereo $160 to $850 Loaves 28 meeting of the Marcels Whit- Delivery ( Terms as low as $7.50 me. man Junior High School P-TA. Mrs. Gronvold, who is currently VIBRATOR SCALP MASSAGE serving as third vice-president of the group, has been in charge of ways and means projects for the year. She has also been a leader in the Loyal Heights P-TA, and she and Mr. Gronvold are active in scouting. Gilman Club President E 11 a Morris an- nounces that Mrs. Wanda Thomp- son will talk on "Middle of the Road" politics to the Gilman Club of Democratic Women on: Friday, May 8th at 1 o'clock at the home of Emily Mattox, 336 HW 50th St. The public is in- vited. Milk Fund The Carolyn Finn Circle d the Seattle Milk Fund is sponsoring a sale of fuchsia plants and baskets at the home of Mr. F. B. Cottrell, 11601 let Northwest, on Saturday, May 9th and Sun- day, May 10th. There will be a variety of fuchsias, some of which are dis- played in salt boxes. You may also bring your own containers for planting if desired. Circle members will assist dur- ing the sale under the chairman- ship of Mrs. Harry ,1". Gregg. Ways and means chairman is Mrs. M. F. Savage. Proceeds from this sale will be used to help maintain the families under the care of the Seattle Milk Fund. Women's Society The Circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Trinity Methodist Church will meet on Wednesday, May 13, as follows: NAOMI--at the home of Mrs. Letta Ritter. 12:30 luncheon. PRISCILLA--At the home of Mrs. Nettle Zeckser. 12:30 lunch- eon. RACHEL--At the home of Mrs. Charlotte Mannon. 12:30 lunch- eon. REBECCA -- At the home of Mrs. Hazel Elowson. 12:00 lunch- eon. RUTH--At the home of Mrs. Edna Sheriff. 12:30 .luncheon. SUSANNAH WESLEY CIRCLE --At the home of Mrs. Mabel Strike. Ballard Cadet Wins CG Honors NEW LONDON, Conn.- Coast Guard Cadet First Class Rich- ard D. Herr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan W. Herr of 11621 First NW, Seattle, Wash was recently named to the "High Honors" list for the fall semester at the Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn. The honors list is published twice yearly and cites cadets winning "high honors" and "hon- ors". To achieve "high honors" a cadet must attain a semester average of not less than 90, for "honors" he must attain a semes- ter average of not less than 80. Detailed studies show that a marked warm spell generally takes place across most of the United States and Southern Can- ada around the third week of WITH EACH SHAMPOO SET * UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT "k 2317 NW Market C.~ L ~ =4.Hour Phone Service B=AUTY SALON SU. 4-4862 SU. 3-1234 [ INC. 5511 24th N.W Free Parking in Rear of Store Prices Effective May 7, 8, 9 6418 24th Ave. N.W. Hours: Weekdays, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday, 1 ANNUAL SPRING Give Her a New Carpet for Mother's Day Every spring Nielsen Bros. opens up their huge stock of quality carpets at greedily reduced prices. Listed are 3 outstanding values out of hundreds to choose from. Nielsen's feature the largest display and selection of carpets in the Pacific Northwest. [ciii-++-R-::Gmf wAi+++:~ } A Nielsen Bros. representative will gladly bring samples fo (~ ) your home at your convenience--day or nlgM. Simply phone SU 3-3040 or PR 6-9191. NO OBLIGATION end NO TRAVEL ) ~ OR FERRY CHARGES. -3 BALLARD 2032 N.W. Market SU. 3=3040 Open Friday Eves. '!"11 9 *' LYNNWOOD 6812-196th S.W. West of Lynnwood Liqht PRo 6=9191 Open Wed. & Fri. Eves. 'TH 9 OPEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NITES 'TIL 9 OTHER STORES IN "DEVOHSfllBE" by ALDON Beautifully textured "high-low" peflern handsome sheared variable color effect (EbsU solid colors). HIGH STYLE end HIGH- QUALITY WOOL AT AN EXCEP- TIONALLY LOW PRICE! COMPLETELY INSTALLED ! "SOUTH SEA" DUPONT '501' by MASLAND Tough and durable carpet--yet such a delicate paffern (in 7 colors)--IN DUPONT 501 CONTINUOUS FILAMENT VIRGIN BULK NYLON. A NIELSEN BROS. FIRST! COMPLETELY INSTALLED ! America's newest "bests ~ern which defies t~!!~ LY AND LUXURIOU/ BEAUTIFUL COLORb;. BURIEN * BELLEVUE i iiiii NOTHING DOWN-- PRICES INCLUDE * EVERYTHING 1f , HEAVY 50-OZ. METAL STRIPPING (ON KITCHEN AND BATH) BR