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ttion of the Week Folks who always hare an axe to grind are to end up with nothing else to grind--but teeth. ulso good for:| nfil the qual tre :am de d out ted this year's State Convention, ; Junction Award to Governor While Dr. Porter Fortune, right, of the Exchange Clubs of America, quet, held Saturday night at the OUnd up the three-day meet. New indow year were installed, and delegates Ughout Washington voted to hold tlo nn ln Wenatchee. Mo [ T0 Spea-ak qLY! Observance services and of King and Sno- )NLY! qllows ;e homish county veterans' and pa- triotic organizations and auxili- aries. I-]rh Judge Ward W. Roney, a trus- tee of the cemetery, will lead the pledge of allegiance. Bruce Cam- eron, Lincoln High School senior, will recite the Gettysburg Ad- dress. Chaplain J. Carey Campbell, Lt. Col X Army Corps, will give the invocaffon and Chaplain John C. Baskett, Capt USAF, Paine Field, the benediction. Presiding will be Harry G. Anger, chairman of the board of veterans and civic leaders which administers the cemetery. Foam )r for ' in RI iendous styles al to Petites, all Sizes. ' A GRObT Rainbow Drill Team Wins Sweepstakes The Occidental Assembly No. 21, Order of Rainbow Girls' Drill Team, started their 1964 Parade Season off with a bang by travel- ing to New Westminister, British Columbia on May 15th to partici- pate in New Westminister's an- nual May Day parade and cele- bration, where they won the Grand Sweepstakes Trophy for Marching units. There were about forty marching units competing for this award. This is the first time the award has been won in the past four years by other than a military drill team. The girls are now looking for- ward to participating in the Grand Assembly drill competi- tions to be held in Seattle on June lath. The team is captained by Mary Tompkins, who is as- sisted by Lieutenants Nancy Sez- nick and Nancy Stangeland. ' JCED TO 's he Women ANT 5 oiled !N'S ed Color= " !N'S ANi Hicjh Socks : i tAM,SO , white M-L 80 I SLIPS car, soft nyl( S, M, L. 1DAY and . si30 p.m, COMBINING THE BALLARD TRIBUNE AND THE BALLARD NEWS--ESTABLISHED 1891 OFFICE: 5410 BALLARD AVE. N.W. SU. 3-0400--SU. 4-5800 41 Free Home Delivery Shilshole Hearing To Be Held June 4 A revised proposal by Donald A. McMillan to establish a Resi- dential Planned Unit Develop- ment in the General Commercial (CG) Zone at 6511-31 Seaview Avenue N.W. will be considered by the City Planning Commission at public hearing starting at 2:00 p.m. in the City Council Cham- bers, Room 1101, Seattle Munici- pal Building, on Thursday, June 4, 1964. Highlights of the plans filed call for construction of two apart- ment buildings, each rising to a height of 69 feet exclusive of roof-top mechanical penthouse and elevator shaft and confining 154 units, and six townhouses. Local ts Call From Church In Port Angeles The Van. Walter W. McNeil, Jr. D.D. of 7007 34th NW, Arch- deacon of Olympia, has accepted a call to become Rector of St. Andrew's Parish, Port Angeles. Archdeacon McNeil will assume his new duties August 1. Bishop Lewis, in announcing this move, said: "It will be diffi- cult to imagine the Diocesan of- Archdeacon McNeil / .',- IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO GAVE TH[IR LIVES " my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help but knowing that here on earth God's work must truly be our own." iiii: ;t Will Celebrate 5r rice of Administration without our beloved Archdeacon McNeil. In the years he has served us we have been strengthened by his leadership not only in Missions work but in Community work as well." The Archdeacon heads the 50 Mission Churches, the College work, and the strategy and plan- ning for Church Extension of the Western Washington jurisdiction. Making the announcement, the Bishop stated that the present Assistant to the Bishop, The Rev. Canon Rudolf Devik, has been named to succeed Archdeacon McNeil. Archdeacon McNeil began his ministry in the Missonary Dis- trict of Wyoming. During World War II, Archdeacon McNeil served as Chaplain in the United States Army for two and a half years. Returning to Wyoming, hal was appointed Archdeacon of Wyoming in 1946. Called as Rector of Christ Church, Seattle in 1948, he be- came Archdeacon of Olympia in 1955. Archdeacon McNeil and his wife, Agnes, have three children: Mrs. Glen Van Cleat of Sookane; P.F.C. James McNeil, U.S. Army, stationed presently at Me- Chord Air Force Base, and Bruce C. McNeil, a 9th grade student at James Monroe Junior High :~::: :::*::~:~: in Seattle. 3allard Girl Heads Falconettes at SPC Mamma, with two hands, manages to hold THREE about-to.be one-year-olds on Marg Meberg, a Seattle Pacific her lap. The famous Ballard triplets will be one year old Friday, May 29 and, College junior from Ballard, was since they were the first triplets to be born at Northwest Hospital, the institu- elected 1964-65 president of Fal- tion will have them back for an early birthday party Thursday, May 28. Mr. and ANNETTE DYER conettes. Mrs. Gerald Hall, 7713 32nd NW are the proud (and busy) parents. Reading ANNETTE DYER of 7612 Alan- Falconettes is a women's serv- from left to right, the lapful is: Jana Lee, Jeffrey Allen and Jennifer Ann. zo N.W daughter of Mr. and ice and scholarship honorary. Se- Mrs. Roy Les Longchamp, is lection for membership is made --Photo courtesy P-I s p o n s o r e d as a 1964 Ballard on the basis of scholarship, serv- Queen Candidate by R. B. ice through participation and BaJJard Baccalaureate Viewlands Picnic To Be Held June 2 CRAVEN INSURANCE COM-leadership in college actb :ies, Services+o Be May 31 PANTY.from BallardAnnetteHighWillin June.graduateshe andMissCharacter.Meberg, daughter of Mr. Baccalaureate services will ~ An all-school picnic at Carkeek President, Mrs. Wilfred Amble; is active in drama, belongs to and Mrs. Sverre Meberg, 7539 held for, Ballard High Schools Park Tuesday, June 2, from 5 to l2nd Vice Presidents, Mr. and flag twirlers, bowling club, A.S.B. 23rd NW, Seattle, is presently class of 64 seniors at 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m. will close out the school-lMrs. Larry G. Bucey; 3rd Vice and Girls' Club Committees. She ASSPC second vice president, on Sunday, May 31, at the Bal- year activities of Viewlands[President, Mrs. Millard Ireland; likes to swim, bowl, is active in She is an English major who lard First Lutheran Church. A School. Families are asked to t Secretary, Mrs. Vie Ockenden, her church and enjoys acting in graduated from BallardHigh special feature of the service bring their own food. The P.T.A./and Treasurer, Mrs. Gary Senter. :col lys. Annette and her two School in 1961. will be selections by the Ballard ~vallvle puree ith:e 33~fae~m foP /t~: k?~: A short concert was presented Babette and Suzette are High School concert choir. All "rby the school orchestra, and Girl tritolets--all like the same things,0-Year Reun|ofl seniors and their parents are in- At the final P.T.A. meeting of Scout Troop No. 28 presented the vited. do the same things and know and Queen Anne High School class the year Mrs. F. O. Bushnell re- flag ceremony. Kindergarten a'~ "~~ linquished her president's gavel mothers served refreshments. have the same friends. Annette of '54 will hold its reunion Fri- Ball " to Mrs. Don Wennerlind. Other wishes to further her education day, June 12, at the Swedish new officers, installed by Mrs. in the fall and later become a Club, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mu. Graduate at PLU Earl T. Smith of the Seattle Reven 2nd Nat'l"Open" secretary. --Portraits by Johan- sic by the Terry Cruse Combo. Degrees will be conferred on P.T.A. Council, are: 1st Vice Custom Car Contest son. Cost is $8.00 per couple. Contact 226 graduating seniors at the 68th Smm June i, 1964 Jim Alex ruder, 8215 Merrimount commencement of Pacific Lu- Get your car models rand Bob's Ballard TY Drive, Mercer Island, Washing-theran University Sunday, May Vacuum Cleaner Repairs oot,t dntn.s ,t: ton, ADams 2-5917, for reserva- 31. The graduation ceremonies ~ ALL MAKES ----- PETERSON- R~pair Specialists tions. Letters will be sent to all will be held at 3:30 p.m. in Me- For the Best in Sight and Sound Satisfaction G teed LOCKWOOD Find us Fast In the Yellow Pages. whose whereabouts are known, morial Gymnasium. Among the REBUILT MACHINES FOR SALE BOB McFARLANE but anyone who thinks he may graduates will be Sylvia D. Lar- Sporting Goods - Hobbies - Models SErving Snllard Since 194E be missed should call either PR son, 9026 31st Ave. N.W Bache- Pacific Coast Vacuum Stores 11419 22nd N.W. NW SU. 3-10 20 6301-24tk Ave. NW SU. 3-4S14 SU. 4'2087 6,8777 or SO 3-3305. lot of Ballard Woman Named Treasurer Mrs. Carl Schweizer, 7755 33rd N.W has been named treasurer of the Women's Committee of the Seattle Repertory Theatre. The Women's Committee has been organized to support the theatre in its second season, which will open in mid-October. The five new plays planned for: the 1964-65 season the "Twelfth Night," "Man and Superman," "Ah, Wilderness! Hamlet" and "The Cherry Orchard." Subscription tickets for all five plays now may be ordered by writing Seattle Repertory The- atre, 158 Thomas Street, or tele- phoning CE 5-2121. Monroe Junior High Memorial Observance The Fletcher Daniel Post of VFW will conduct the flag cere- mony at James Monroe Junior High School when students will assemble on the street in front of the school to observe Memo- rial Day on May 29. Russell Fosmire, Social Studies Department head, has arranged the following program: Star Spangled Banner," senior band directed by William Thomas. Presentation of pi e t u r e s of United States Presidents by Vicki Baughn, Student Council Presi- dent. Principal Joseph M. May will accept the gift on behalf of the school. "America the Beautiful," Girls' Chorus, David Vangelisti, direc- tor. Reading of the Roll of Monroe Honored Dead in World Wars I and IS by Vice-Principal Arthur Haavik. Laying of wreath at base of flag by Girls Club President Luanne Santy and Boys' Club i Wednesday, May 27, 1964 Karen Lee Crowned Halibut Fleet Queen i(i KAREN LEE P-I Photo A senior at Ballard High Sehool who p I a n s to study Home Economics at the University of Wash- ib ington, 18-year-old Karen Lee of 1207 NW 70th St is Halibut Queen for this year. She was crowned last Saturday night at a dinner climaxing Nation- al Halibut Week by re- tiring Queen Connie Hal- lin. Her Princesses are Bonnie Molvik, 7322 14th NW and Karen Heiam of 16607 72nd NE. President Bob Vincent, as the band plays "Taps" and echo taps. i The area on N,W. 65th St. in Irls ~hnw Wdl front Of the school will be blocked I off at 9:40 a.m. for this occaslon.[~ ~l~o ~ O ~ll Thirty-seven Monroe boys diedI lilt~ ||lay ~15 at ~| in World Wars I and II. They~ The Seattle Iris Society, m" co- a~:. !operation with The American Iris Klenaro A. anoerson, vmcent JSocie, and The c ~ ~r~ : w. a~ y, ouert ~eu, frank m. lot G~,-l~n C'l::lae ~ =~,~*, ;*, BirksGeorge Boitano, Vernon r, ' Seventh Iris Festival at the C. Conner, Donovan D. Danmier, Greenl ke Fieldhouse, 7201 East Greenlake Way, Seattle, on Sat- urday, May 30, 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 31st, 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mrs. Melvin Weed, Show Chair- man, announced the theme for the Decorative section will be "The Iris Parade" and the Horti- cultural Section will feature Pink Iris. The Public is invited. Admis. sion is free. Any amateur is eligible to par- ticipate. Entries will be received 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 30. For further information phone Mrs. Chas. Carper, Entries chairman CH 2-6389. Calvin S. Dickerson, Walter M. Dings, Dean L. DuBois, Gordon M. Duda, Raymond G. Engdal, J a m e s C. Fullerton, Neff H. Hampton, Roy W. Hansen, Steph- an J. Johnson, Christy J. Jull, Donald J. Kannitzer, Daniel B. Kline, Theodore A. Kussman, Kenneth T. Lida, Bernard W. Martens, Lowell G. Montgomery, Robert W. Mouser, Oscar R. Ness, Harold W. Olson, Roy Ot- tersen, C h a r 1 e s L: Paterson, Elmer C. Poole, R i c h a r d D. Reinke, Rolf J. Sagdahl, S. Justin Simonson, John E. Thorgerson, D o n a I d T. Titus, William J. Waite, Robert B. Walker, Clyde L. Woolery. Real Estate Associates Mee+ Tomorrow Morning The Northwest active associ-! share his knowledge and experi- ates of the Seattle Real Estate Board will breakfast together at their monthly meeting, Thursday, May 28th at 8 a.m. The meeting will be held at Jansen's Diner at 8th N.W. and N.W. Market St. Delbert Olsen, co-owner of AAA Realty will speak on "Securing Good Listings." Mr. Olsen will ence of 21 years in the real es- tate profession. Everett Fellers, District chair- man and A1 King, program chair- man cordially invite all associ- ates to attend this important meeting. Nomination and election of officers will be held at this meeting for the next year. 4 ~ Interest ~Makg~ Savings Grow ~aster/ Four per cent interest, four times a year, with mutual savings bank safety. Your savings deserve all tbrte. And they get all three at WASHINGTON MtrrUAL. You are invited to join the one out of every three Seattle people who already save here. DEPOSITS M~DE BY JUNE 10, EARN INTEREST FROM JUNE I BALLARD BRANCH 2214 N.W. MARKET ST.