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LD STORE SATURDAY ;ULL S FOR MOT} "Fruit N-t LETS g BITS $1.35 lb. coupon. per custOl ho+ .for nd was RIBUNE AND THE BALLARD NEWSMESTABLISHED 1891 VFW Post I iVolunteers Needed at !85 h Birthday Party Providence Hospital i A luncheon at the Windjammer Can you spare a few hours of Restaurant was arranged by Mrs. your time to brighten the life of!L" D. Schrepel for her mother, a hospital patient? Providence!Mrs' Nellie E. Segbers, on April Hospital Auxiliary has openings]25fll in celebration of her 85th for women with various types of!birthday Those to greet her with skills, and Mrs. Merle Peugh, "Surprise" were Mines. John O. Chairman of Volunteers, will be Grant, William Sheard, Carl Scat- happy to hear from anyone in.;terday, William Linscott, Frank terested in furthering the work Rogers, Ivan Borgstedt, Fred of the hospital. Previous experi- White, William Brust, J a m e s ence is not required. There are!Turner, Harvey Boyle, Frank Veterans, Gilbert Wennerlind, a charter many volunteer duties to be Cassidy R o y Johnson, Edwin Will install Gil-lmember of Ballard Post, as the filled by untrained persons, such lKemoe, and Minard Lewis as escorts and messengers in as its new commander will have held all the hospital, service on the li- i stuffed toys, as well as bathrobes 1964-65 at a J with the La-! the Post on l at =~ 2P8i~.N~ will be in-I Senior Stone, brary cart, feeding the pediatrics[and slippers for the very young manning the gift shop!patients. and gift cart, working in the Out-[ Mrs. James DePree, 8008 33rd Clinic, and performing i Ave. N.W and Mrs. Earl Fred- clerical assignments. Sewing is!erick, 712 N. 72nd, are two mem- a fast-growing activity, and can ibers of the Auxiliary from the be done at the hospital or at;Northwest area. home. It includes the making of: Contact Mrs. Peugh, EA 2-3140. KASTNER'S Quality Meat Market Treat Mother to o nice Boneless TURKEY ROLL, lb. 98c {4- to 5-lb. Average) A Few Left 14.Pound TURKEYS lb. 49c Jilg's BONELESS HAM lb. 79 AlsomChoice Rib Roasts BALLARD'S PIONEER MARKET N.W. S6rh and 2Oth Ave. N.W. SU. 2.5400 Wednesday, May 6, 1964 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 9 USE YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOR PERSONAL CREDIT! OWhen you need money borrow agaiiast yore" savit3gs account and pay it back on convenient terms. Your savings ~=main i~tact, interest undisturbed, your balance growing with daily interest, paid quaeterly. You're knee deep in da4sies, with cash when you need it. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Joe [ tIaroldl Advocate; Ivan Surgeon; trustee i Cat "GIL" WENNERLIND Sas- Lyle An- will be Public- and Oscar EI- DOnald Wen- Installa- his Will be an- bet that 0u Made? in, I'II SHE HAVE the Post offices. Life membership was conferred upon him in 1955 for his outstanding efforts in holding and bringing in new mem- bers. Consistently, he has quali- fied for the 100 Club composed of those who collected 100 or more membership fees each year. His interest is in the veteran. Serving this interest, he has held various district offices including Deputy Chief of Staff, Hospital Chairman and for two years Department Surgeon. Remodeling of the Ballard bridge with special reference to the control towers is planned by !the city engineering department. i In a letter to Councilman M. B. (Mike) Mitchell, chairman of the city council streets department, the following explanation was made by the engineer: "The original Ballard Bridge control tower was on the south- east corner of the bridge but dur- ing electrical modernization, in 1934, it was moved to the north- west tower. This latter location is less satisfactory than the origi- nal, because the afternoon sun blinds the operator and prevail- ing rains obscure his view of the bridge, approaching traffic, etc. We therefore plan to rebuild the southeast tower and move the controls back to that location. "As an additional reduction in Ballard Bridge maintenance costs, the two north towers and the steel archway over the street are to. be removed at the same time, The southwest tower may also be eliminated. These towers and the archway will have no functional use after the proposed change and their maintenance costs rise each year. "The budget provision for the above improvements to the Bal- lard Bridge is $75,000, which will come from state gasoline tax funds." Area Mothers Invited To Whitman Luncheon The mothers of graduating seniors from Ballard, Lincoln, Ingraham, Seattle Prep, Holy Angels and Blanchet high schools who plan to attend Whitman Col- lege next fall are among those invited to attend a luncheon on Thursday, May 14 at the Women s University Club. Hosts will be new the Seattle Area Whitman ~'l]l~irla,~, ~ Mothers Club. The affair will begin at 12:30 p.m. trt~re i Besides honoring these Mothers syrnm, of entering Freshmen at Whit- "anaatize man, the Club will also present toad. T miniature diplomas to Senior nds in-, Mothers who have finally brought hraic ef their youngsters through 4 years at the Watla Walla institution and From will see them graduate this June. :|/P'5'"--Guests need only call Mrs. Jack Bannon at WE 2-3027 for ~]' ~ i~./~ ~ reservations. Mrs. Paul O'Reilly, publicity director, announces the new offi- :cers for next season who will be installed May 14: President, Mrs. John Davis; Vice-President, Mrs. Gilbert Oswald; Secreta~, Mrs. Robert Hermon and Treasurer, Mrs. Charles Dennen. New Board Members are: Mrs. Melvin Mun- son, Mrs. Jack Bannon, Mrs. James Todd, Mrs. Ray Larson, Mrs. Dudley Wilkinson, Mrs. Kenneth Case, Mrs. Dan Parks and Mrs. John Lucas. Velue for ring Growers ot ' Fine Plants and Flowers Since 1888 OPEN SUNDAY Mother's Day and Flowers seem to be just made for each other. We have the most wonderful selection for "HER" day! ERS N.W. SU. 2-2544 Our Best 18-1n. Hand Mowers Free - wheeling, b I a d e cuts cleanly and quietly! Fingertip height adjustment on roller and wheels! All steel construc- tio~ Buy the best! 18-1n. lf-Propelled Reel All you do is guide it! 2-HP, 4-cycle engine powers wheels as well as 5-blade ball-bearing reel! Rugged steel construc. tionl High quality, low price! 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