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Austria hal Sound-View YMCA 1 ,Wednesday, May 6, 1964 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 11 ' "Y" Branch and "h-" I ~ouna-vmw memoers attenaing,ela JacKson, 6"/52 9th NW; Nan- v " ' J ~ IDon Porter were a;;~, ~;0VhSilk!were: !cy Vanderlip, 328 NW 46th St; ': : ,~ I ' - - g " ,g i Merle Butler, 7329 15th NW" i David Bassan, 620 W. Howe; and i~ i: ~ I:~t::; :~;ent;::aI a av~ rs wn iJudy Hausle, 6502 26th NW; Pam'JTerry Sherrod, 1611 2nd Ave. No. :i ~ I un eu e a at xlvlL.~ Ioutni --:-~ , '$ ~ land Government Model Legmla- I~ II ", - "i,Iture in Olympia. !,|l II ) i ~[ Highlight of the three-day event ] ~ ~.-.31 # ~'~ ,~ Iwas the Legislator's Banquet andI ~X .fl~"x ~ h :~ ,~ [Governor's Ball on Friday night, i ~r Ab/~r i ~ ~ i I 'L IN II III . ~~'~P'''Ir'Viili dp~lAHi~P OC =' ' ~,~ m~t~,O=nl~ ~ ~ ]Gi vern r,~d~ R sellini~j~lai'Ev.r ~' his da:s:g~e~iiough:,: terl ~~i ~`-]':.~AND "~ ~ N,O f~ll~~, For your ! ~iiiJim MeHett Jim' Parks, Dan ~ ~ ~ /and the Youth Governor led the[ [] rll ~-"~ll LJ [] I~(-~'" ~ .~,n .i: ~JPost and John Wilson Theteam ]Grand March. 1 l~ . E~/ ~ :!: S MglN=n ,-. ~'~ l entered the State Tournament ~ ~~ [ A total of 95 bills were present- iR[ D~ ~-,~N ~~ ,i: i ~i!! !R)!O i! il llt~l~ ' "~!~ 'ed by the13 committees threeof'~li H~''~I'''' ~ /i~i~i!~ii~i;:" the bi,ls being authored by the! i! I,! =: j i "< Ill i i : : i TW.V--" A MER SESSIONiI'IEATRESCHOOLOF DANCE n II llRll/il"El i c o**s III = . L;hildren & Adul s It The Referee drops the donut-shaped felt "puck" into,Hi t "" . --.=a. ,I t::lln;n:t1:OOtesfim nlais of i=l I "q MEN S OR LADLES O 4S4 f lli play for a game of Floor Hockey, a sport that is )U e iv Kepair ill I P Il left to right, are: Ron Sims; Denny Shirlds, who is II L IJ goalie and has a more conventional club; Ken Willy 9 m m. l i'1 I w': I JI ll qliik lpIk |Illm and Terry Anstad. All players except the goalie use St] ; i. &p Om--u l R " " un Ill straight sticks with the over-size, hole-in-the-center, j' ilii RD A,r ll-il 1 puck. The boys built the goals in the Boys Clubwork- ct~f~ AND .d c~o, ,r ooq o,~, I1~.~%~;:'/ .r/i /Ill : ~PERTY OWNERS ~l News of the Scouts '::~ PHINNEY RIDGE Ll '?Z=lni /111. t~~~! :f::e:2;:P;:;~ lil a~.;laA0t;i;m;iid!~iiibeSrrCiU!;r31~e:~S!eoSv;!~O~~b MAYI0 4:00p.m. ' 'i/i .1, n n H I III LD 'ction LUTHERAN CHURCH II ,7= II n - - ,==, Ilil; II '72 li,! ; for Christ Ad,l~ Sl.00 Students SO= i t S :i ; / lChurch, NW 65th and 2nd Ave 'Cub Scout Pack 130 presenteci ,=k =v ob. i ) [~INw, . ./.onald Whitten, Wiliiam Burk, y m Ohu. h rn~~ ~ o nmn m -- ,urn. : : ~;, I tDII A~ V~ll~Rll I Iml ~t tl[ ( ~[ lnree new boys were wel-[Kimberly Morrison and Frank Noah 75th ond Greenwood Ave. I! ~~~ ;~;] -=::: Ill i n I ill/~ ~ :: ALIJUW ~,:~: . -- " IW"~nllnv ~ ~leomed into the Pack by Cubmas-[Rose with their earned awards " ill n i I Ill/~ i: ;!; ~ ~i/I I Illi I 24th & I [' ~iter Neal H,a.rwell. They are:land badges, as they graduated i ~ 'ii:: " ~"" "" / ' ,~'l~ l~ . ,L -- qlll~,[~ Gene tonraoi, Bobby Garmirelfrom Cub Scouting Friday, April ~, ]~t~'~/~'~'~ d~ ' i'-o- " ill=' 'i ;,i:'i ';, ,' ' ---- rAIN I ( [ land Larry Grobe, all Bohcat . 124. Wim,m Burk played several i. Two members of the Pack]selections on his trombone. Den Beauty '' '|[J'T.l~Dg l "r.klT { ,were graduated from Webelo Den,8 presented a skit under the ~ ~ /:; ,=, IIIli ~1111|~: u o= = ~l~linto Boy Scout Troop 108; Philip direction of Mrs. Monte Rose. ~O/' : 'Nllmill II [ ! ~[Bedker and Robert Hasson. Both IDen 9 earned "Cubby" (miniature 7~ ~0 ~ llll[lll II,'~ . ~ ~l ~(~ ) ~Ireceived their Webelo Arrow of Cub) on their den inspection. A =ram Illl' ;" '6,tl~ ~b n ~lll~ ( ~iLight. . ]"swim" at Evans Pool was ar- : e /;lure EACH,] [ : ii;~,~ ~ i,v.j jv,~ --- qw lnlon ==1= ) ~l George Wells was awarded his ranged for. S.nday " (X,/ / 1 I Ill~i i i !!i:il I ~ "~,RlBear Badge, two Roundup seg-[ Mr. WflhamWh~tten, thePack's To u, kK / il/I A- == . . I il/ ii; i; l i "~ 'r'~; ~ [~[ments and a special neckerchief Scoutmaster, welcomed his No from hair spray ho d f ""g" ~i ';:~':lf~:i : HG THIS AD WITH YOU h,a ppiy. *+" - /-"-.=. =n [] my vl==,nnnam-mm # I NElL i: !: 'f circular mO~lOn. Use ~ ~ i . *,i :~ !I: 1'.i: !!" ]: dd fro/ your set. ," " llil IIn/= ;;::; ; I - . ' It's leif 'v Tesf' ' ~ltion into the Webe,o Den "i . =pr.ay con- ~~ Lo otlons--lllenD/ Drive-In ,Orklng II/[,~ I;ourlsr~u,= -= " I Pastor Paul Borg, of Emmaus' ~ MOTHER'S DAY i 105th ~ H01man Road HW 7.m o, SU 3.99401 li/'i ~hing~O"S4~/~Dq;nihM:~mnA'A. ~Lutheran, was presented withalNeW Eagle Scouts SPECIAL " = "'" iiililSlSHW erketStreet '% i= J'm'su2-44481 lii i: Use year,' ar:" u dllg rl IItlHEI In . ~:S.pecial Service Award, for ser-', Randy McCrory, 17, Post 100, ~ ; i ~ ', t typesseSlll :~ e~V "~. '.~n~, n n ~ ~t~l.~,V--- ~[viee.givenbytheboysduringthe[.sponsored b ythe ParentGr,oup: $0 II1 : ; ~t ~,~V .P~ Khld,- ~v~,ev ~nln~i~eatEN woria ra'.nr ~v~r crankl]S a JUnIOr at tmuaret mgn' bcnool PERMANENTS h v . -Ill! ',"',: .= ~. ,~v.v. where hisfavorite sub acts are irate, keepil l |th "=' V "v'v' ~[Westphal, Neighborhood Commis-i " J I l I I! 7253 SU 4-0584 ~[sioner, made the presentation. [!rigonometry and United States --=: " #'~t - . - ~n Mr Jack Wells, Webelo Den nistory. His hobbies are chemis- ~abered tee ~, [Leader, awarded Blue Ribbons to [try and forestry. Randy is [.tP'J}i ~'j,~i ~n'd the S everal boys who went on their/T.roop instructor and member ofi/ --X ~: ]I@) i.%a }i]first camping trip April llth and[the Order of Arrow. Io wa tt= Ji! 2th. They went to Whidbey Is-/ Alfred Sipols, 13, Troop 114, is[ / / ' x~ il;~!i ~Visit~`~(.4~-~#/[~~`~`~anda~d~t~red~mpCasey~a~eig~th-graderatMar~sWhit-i " /~ ~~ ?:~'~~'~ ~,~':'[~ ~' I "- IIICoupevilles Blockhouses, thelman Junior High School where!,t~ lllngs ~ ~-" ~m .~j, ,1.[.|l||||~l~ . [llWashington State Game Dept. his favorite subjects are mathe- land ho~ "~|'t d F~ ~111 q'U li I 1 II; Bird Fa,~ and Deception Pas~ ~maties, s~ienee and music. Se, I than ,ood ~'~P~,~ ~ I111] ~ ][, State Park. Bob Hasson won first tplays the organ, violin, piano and i / 'f.~ .~' -.I--~d=.'.ll~. ~v - ,ll prlze as Best Eater; Philip Bed- i harmonica. His hobbies are mu.' eyGro ii ~= ~-~~ o.~~ iltkor Best Woodgatherer; Dana sic, astronomy and coin collect- Your Mort wsster In-it's ood $1.9S Ill~orange, Best Woodchopper;ling. Alfred has been to both I"-*' 11',9:en l,ison, Bravest and JoerCamp Omache and Parsons and I ~an Y II ~/~1 ~EFal # ~o . 11 j ~ II,Neese Safest Camper, ~' has been Troop quartermaster. I tb4 In ' ' L=V.: "~ ~:~ ~'" ~ II1 and troop scribe for two years rarest $1.65 III Pock |25 t Gordon Sawyer, 14, Troop 114 ~O';y1~" ~'-~, "11:: ~ III! sponsored by the Ballard Elks, at- ~ ~'~ TEA ~ Cub Pack 128 held its month- . . ~ '.; "~ ',s ~ v /H" " ' ~ !:' leqttip yoU :.~ . [[! oodland Auditorium. Raymond I graaer.]gh School whererl,s lavor.ehesu.jectslS a .n,nth-are . . " i [a=~ m R5 INCLUDE: [liBarrett. Scott Buttles, Jeff Cold- . : r~"w " ~~ r I~,I [|~well R o b e r t Johnck* Ga,',Imamemancs and the scnoot nana [ ilhl~t~[ ~ Polo ORS [liKahn Michael Hurth "DonaI'~lland his hobbies include baseball ~| . ' pe ormed the opening m a ~O~fOrY~." 19s~ Ill nd closing flag ceremonies.[ O41 Wn ember of the Order of Arrow " II[Jamesand Randy-were wel-/ h') L IIl omed nto Pack at th,s M ~thele~.'~i*~ll~#~ il[meeting. Den 7 won the Red/ OKe$ 3for ot I ll'e Ld, h v Illi ooste best attend Thomas mo da T oop Ill once. -- /sponsored by St. John's Church, "wfr Ill. o''ow o 'y .* High Trees ecentl recewed his rank kesd t"l [I ~ ~ !1/ ir~ Illrecitation of the poem ' Y ' " " lfll~ ' ' lb de. I of Star of Life His favorite sub- =-L,: ~t/~ ~! i ~ !! '=-'%, !1~; II]by n 10, awards were present- . . r='~-" ' " ~ "~l~m*' il!ed to" Jerry Cole wolf bad~elJects mclude Spanish and me- With ii!i d gold arrow; Edward Milton, I c nirCaL ork and his hobbies are r~lrbii i = ilsilver arrowi Mike Schomler,] "ng, swimming and hik-i I""~ ;-t~ tw va il-1- [[wolfbadge; Danny Silva, gold[ing He is track and football[ [ vaeatlO ~ ~ ~22 ka '='s~w,~m:: [arrow and Steve Verebi, bear/manager at school. Tom will at-I br how ma Y # '~,~arkef SPree Iibadge;civic segments were given tend this summer's Dan Beard I . . e~l ' ~ ~ IIto these den 5 boys and Allen training course He is, at present I f extra P*~" p ; . ' ' " Pf ex "asal' '-' NI[~ |lDanielson, Arthur Huber andl:e~erP~tiTl leader and this [y. And ~ ~" ~-: NURSIN(~ I Paul Vaabene also of den 5. Den ' patrol will take a) ~ ~~ "'-- l woff adge;~a;dlSvberW~rre" ~omil;ainh.ike in the Cascade e i gold arrow silver arrow anti ~ i ~v=. -~= or' ~ i~ : ;;~: lilonghorn segment; and Donald t n=nquet Planned 1 usernu~ ~ .- IIMiller, denner stripe and silver~ Troop No. 125 will hold its an-] anclane~S ~,Ilarrow. Zn De. No. ~0 civi~ seg-/nual Ea~e dinner at the Wood-/ O.~-''1"~ T] [] :*~~ i~ manes, went. to Jay Hightman, [land Park Presbyterian Church span y ~ ~ liMlke Llngbloom, Edward O'/at 6:30 p.m. on May 11 to honorI . :.~ ~ ~jv.Ut the co w~ t ~ L Stuart; Karl Sailand' li ns b k; Sc uts are invited~ ::: ii? ii!Ill Keefe'Dennis Dorr,Karl 1Sailandyear pinandandGlenone EagleThe TroopSC uts" willAll particif rmer ate Eagle t~o / ' . - ' iJyear perfect attendance p ~n. the Shflshole District Camperee f~ -JI /i Shoulder Cords were presented to/held at Fort Lawton on May 16-17. / ~'e ;. II]l i[den chmfs' John Sparks Tom The Parents Club has lanned i' u A == A /[Brockman. Mike Israel and Joe[the annual picnic at Camp Wilev~ ] --qiPNii~ Brooks on Ma 24 " h~. mi nvu=~ /I . / Y " | ,p . /S udy Grou Parents of Boy Scouts m Troop,P A~d~r=~n .~ ~and Explorer Post 123 will meet y - ' " The regmar monthl Chiro " I[M, 4 ""* ~Monday May 11, at 8:00 p.m. at[practm Study Group meeting,[ " ""~"~" :ithe home of Scoutmaster and/ Pen to the public, will be heldi FFIgi MUTUAL on Tuesday Ma 12 at 7 m ~A N ":" Mrs. Michael Hlastala, 9619 15th' y,p I.~llt Ilml/, i~ rAyl~. T I I~ ~/ ~~?~ lJ/'~7.~J q. Ave. N.W. Plans will be made]at Crawfords. ] S BAN , r Ander ^ ,~^,~, for a .C urt. of Honor May 28 and 1 Dr. K. G Sonderleiter of Bal- i ~r~ the Dmtr]ct Camporee May 23-24. ard, who lectured at the last[ munH.y in. verysp.c[al e apacffy. ~ ,meeting. spoke on Logan Basic] ~ XX o, n g "g'$l'lut,on // / :; ~se ;;;:fPe:r :::w[;:kn,;::;+2;:~ P,~' LM~,k .Dinne[ . . . ?:oemr~f:tsat; n ?$dr:e~hn;]q:~a~d home-- P P A pot luck dinner wiJi oe neld,tor the May 12 gathering Hal, ]~; {or fhos~ wh~ n~d e~fen~[vo by the Salmon Bay Auxiliary i states that, although the ~'meet-i drdl team m the Aerm hall, 52161]ngs are considered for profes-[ . 20th N.W Friday, May 8th. Din-[sionals, in the two years since! n~d arises, you ~m |nv; ~d ~ v|d ners will be served from 6".30 to I the founding of the study group ~i these " % . - 8:00 p.m. Donations will be used many lay people have attended neeas can oe T,IleO. to send the drill team to conven- and none found the lectures t" tion in "over their heads." ~'