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2 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 27, 1963 West Ballard l Lnttle League t Although handed their first lossL of the season, Loyal Realty con-I tinues to hold first place in theI West Ballard Little League. Jeff Jarvis, Ballard Eagle pitcher, held the hard-hitting Loyal team to 3 hits and 1 run. The Bob Rapp's picked up two wins 17-5 over the Pacific Trad- ers and then edged the Ballard Lions 4-3 for their fifth victory in a row to take over second place. A young Ballard Elk Club also grabbed two wins defeating the Pacific Traders 9-3 and trim- ming the Eagles 9-1 and moved into 3rd place. In the only other game played Loyal Realty squeezed by the Lions 1-0 in a pitcher's duel between "Lefty" Bruce Weir of the Lions and Dave Floyd of the Loyals. Loyal pushed across the winning run in the eighth inning and now lead the league with 7 wins against one loss. First In State MIKE BRICE By clearing the bar at 6 ft. 3 in. at the State Track Meet in Pullman I a s t Saturday Mike Brice, Ballard Senior, won first. Seattle also took second and third, with both Dave Kessler of Sealth and Eric Klein of Ingra- ham clearing 6-2. Kessler was awarded second on the basis of fewer misses. Brice has a Kimball Memorial Scholarship and will attend WSU. DAR Meet June 6 The University of Washington Chapter, DAR, will meet at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 6, 1964 for an afternoon picnic at the home of Mrs. Florence Setter- gren, 7635 South 135th Street. The hostess will be assisted by Instead of criticism by speech, to show someone a better way to do a thing would be of much greater value.--John Wanamaker Mrs. Maryanna Hunt and Miss Hazel Burnett. The program will honor Flag Day. CLIFF SS03-1Sth Ave. N.W. JENSEN SU 4-356S EDLYN BEAUTY SCHOOL'S OPENING SPECIAL . . . Protein Permanent First IJ Students Enrolling will recei~,e FREE Scholarships? 19719.64th West PR. 6-2179 Lynnwo0d, Wn. OPENS CONTIN ROCK pAULA il ?Hi el0. Some of the'students and helpers who made the trip. Front row, seated, left to right: Ann Gough, Ray Foster, Tom Thompson, Rick Roberts, Raphael Suarez and John Ram. Back row, standing: Deloris Reed, Marty Roffe, Cory Antonsen, Carol Haney, Mrs. Ness, Lillian Wilcox, Myrtle DuCette, John Moffltt, Mrs. Antonsen, Lorane DuCette and Becky Whitfield. News Tribune Photo by Ken Johnson [ : ? i! :! i Pupils Study Many Novelists Visit Subj 0n Field Trips Ballard For the thirteenth year groups:overmght tours the students learn By Nancy Yanderlip of Adams Elementary School pu-how to measure an acre of Ballard High School recently pils are making overnight trips ground; use a compass; dip played host to two prominent to study everything from mathe- specimens from the lagoon and Northwest novelists, Archie Binns rustics to science. Two busloads collect leaves, stones, soil and and Zoa Sherborne. They had went to Camp Long in West Se- bu~s. been invited to speak to some attle Tuesday, May 19, and an- In the evening, of course, this of the language arts classes other large group is over there work-that-is-play turns into a about their works and the writ- this week. social hour and community sing. ing of a novel. Of course many helpers go Sue Tenoll had invited Mr. along, including P-TA members SPC Alumni Banquet Binns as her language arts proj- to do such odd chores as cooking ect for Mr. Joe Cromarty's third (with the help of the pupils) and Will BG Held June 6 period language arts class. He high school and college students who help teach botany, biology, The Seattle Pacific College spoke about his present day mountain climbing and even lake Alumni Banquet will be June 6 writing and answered some of the younger members of the par- at 6:30 p.m. in Gwinn Commons the many questions the students ty on a safe trip over a glacier." on the campus. A 6 p.m. social had to ask. HENRY HOUSE Oil t h e s e practical education hour will b,~ in the Gwinn Lounge. Zoa Sherborne spoke to stu- "That Was The Year That Was" dents in Mr. Joe Cromarty and is the theme of the banquet. Miss Frances Erickson's fourth June :3 Meeting More than 500 alumni are ex-period classes. She writes pri- Mrs. George Spencer, new Pres- petted to attend: marily about teenage proble ident of the Women's Society of The banquet will chmax a full of growing up. She brought w Lean Christian Service of the Queen day of Alarum activities. Class her the original copy of publish- Anne Methodist Church, will pre- reunions will be held on campus er's proof o.[ one of her nave!s, Streaked side at the group's annual June from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m Open ~:~1:;~1 asP;(~n;: leave w,m the Luncheon Wednesday June 3 at House in Weter Memorial L]- I noon at the church, brary, opened to students in Sep- Mrs. Sherborne was especially~ Mrs A K Guy is chairman tember 1963, will be from 2-6 impressed with the quality of; Oven Ready, Grade "A' '. 7 =. " ~ ' p m Alumni College at which writing coming from the high~ q rl a~ss~stea ny ~rs. thomas watt, i " " " '" " " th cit She ur edl sx - x: a sn on d Mrs ,two professors will bring Alarum schools m e y. g HEN URI , A'rn'old'~V['~Ols'off. up to date on current topics, will the students to try their skills at, " ~t- be at 3 pro. Dr. Lloyd Moot- creative writing. A former Bal-I Mr,s LynnH. Cors~ wdl spe,~,~ zingo head of the ma'thematics lard student Mrs. Sherborne was FRESH a On: 'Llle in lne rarsonage. Thepublic is invited Please call department will discuss ''What i invited t speak by Nancy Van" |r0ad.Breasted, lk dL one of the above chairmen or Is Modern Mathematics?" and derlip. the church for reservations James L. Chapman, drama di-I This was the first time this 10.12 Lb. Avg. IDe I """-- rector, will speak on 'Religious ~ year and possibly the first time: ii : -- -- -- II Drama -- A Tool for Christian i in a number of years that novel- 0 h l~sts have come to wslt Ballard llA.BX. Mattress I utreac ." ~ come to visit Ballard.Lynden Brand, Boneless I] Estimates & Samples Furnished II . . ,el . . / II Mattresses aenav.ated L Ike N,w II VI-.W IVI,-n I-lain In bike 3ateTv WOrK TUI It New Mattresses Maaeleoraer I1--~'" '1""" ' '"r" "' / 39 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I ,- r 11714 Taylor Ave N AT 2-14~JI aemor Vine Commander-elect serxiced as part of the national iI ~ " " ",Wesley Clegg of BaUard Post VFW safety education program Rolled 3036 VFW placed Lite-a-Bike re- Tapes were also applied at North holms & holms interiors 3-4 Lb. Average fiective tape on the bicycle of Connie Peterson, 1662 N. 97th, at the Oak Lake Elementary School, Saturday, May 16, during a safety Rodeo staged by Ser- toma International Clubs, Inc. Past Post Commander Maynard Keltner looked on and Senior Vice Commander-elect Edward Milikent of the 22nd District taped the front fender Gregg Schmidt, 10908 North Park Ave. N,waited with another of the 400 bicycles Beach Elementary School and will be available to schools in the BaUard area on request. Many bicycles still need protec- tion. One little girl observed that J. P. Patches needed safety tapes so his bike wouldn't run into things. Comrades Clegg and Keltner obliged by visiting his TV pro- I gram May 14 and applying the I tapes. | Fresh Produce 4003 Stone Way CUSTOM Fresh, FIREPLC| Local HEAD MElrose 2.2227 SCREENS TV Appliances P Largest Selection of Portable and Console TVs In Seattle For Picnic " Salads i! 2322 H.W. Market St. SU. 2-0666 VFW men, left to right: Wesley Clegg, Edward Mill- kent and Maynard Keltner. The girl at left is Connie Peterson; the boy is Gregg Sehmldt. Sele0t TOM Sold By The Basket LB. Pink And Juicy! LB. Ripe And Meaty! for I III UPE for Drawn Lb. 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