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O ewal Wedn~da,y, May 27, 1963 The IIAt}ARD NEWS TIIIBII~I~ 3 AF - " " " ter School Activities [[ Dave Hand n Expprt Tailorin~ At West Woodland School ] .o.s +. II SUnset 4-6534 W The children at West Woodland[and skill in handling the ball has I[ . . 3 22 N.W. z,tth st. Sp3~t:~ithe~Vetohapdar?iU~p:~OU%nOP~ ~:?en gamed by those who partlc,- ," variety of extra-curricular activi-I Another fifth grade teacher. I[ to Are Proud To Announce, ties throughout the school year.[Mr. Fred Lagger, has sponsored "Guffar Lessons B " S337t~31na[ea::~pen~:~i3,n w~,~out 3e:q:~,~od~n~ing class !or stu-I s$ons BYI tarily organized and su'nervised]ex-,and d t to practlce and/I PAUL TUTMARC + - " 1"- [ p aHt.:lllg SKIllS learnetl in It~ " Hawaiian atter-school programs for young-lthe physical education classes. [~ " Spanish " Folk J seers interested in participating. Mrs. Joanne Peterson a ~ixth ~ Mr. Waiter Entenmann, a fifth grade teacher, has given a great !~ LEARN TO PLAY grade teacher, sponsors a stamp deal of her own time to childrenl~ PIANO OR ORGAN club which meets every Monday. who are interested in choral sing-1~ L | Children in this club have an op- ing and creative dramatics Her I[I Ine kasy Way $[ l~lfl ~[ par!unity to compare collections [choral grouts: have m.~+ +~,:.: a. [ CompIot~ Course J.VV !i trade stamps, learn about various[out the yea7 They p~Tn'ted~'a ![ .~i 1 s.peeial features of stamps and/Christmas Concert and are cur-I~ rmNO rU lN i me geography of the area from lrently rehearsing a musical -re-I~ ,n .your home ~v our 1 wh!eh they,come I duction of Greig's "Per Gynt."]l~ . GJl'b)'o': tee:nee= n VOlley-nail teams nave also~ Activities such as these offer il~ sen r.anos.orgam ! been organlze, d by Mr. Enten-ian excellent opportunity for all II $ tP. ~-rd" Eell Color IV, & 1 mann tar azter-scnool comnoti ~children t u +,=,-- m r-- -j out particularly /or,ll tan. learn seaters meet everylthose youngsters who are not ill CENTURY MUSIC Friday and on alternate Wednes-[already active in ort, ani:,~rl ,I, I.~ uu . w days A great deal of enjoyment munitv t, r, uns ~ 7~" ~'" su z-46ss Register Now for Camp Boys planning to attend YMCA Camp Orkila this summer need to send their registration in ira-I This Week's mediately. There are only two~ periods now available to boys in the Ballard, M ag n o 1 i a, and~ Queen Anne areas. The first per-[ In spite of wind and cold, bargain hunters roamed ing for a bargain except the man at right. He was lad begins on June 22 and runs[ the streets of Ballard in greater numbers than ever reaching In his pocket--not to keep his hands warm, for one week. The only other per- before to take advantage of last Thursday+s ddewalk but to dig up more cash for the "Little Woman," lad available (except for summer! sale. In this picture practically everybody was reach- --Photo by Jack H Johnson school students) is the seeondl "-' -- period which starts on June 29 R . Man Scholarshi S blaCa sPg:id sand runs for elevenanddaysreg]stratlon lallard Merci+ants .eport Y P tl~' l 11. A I Ill= ~ By Joan Dale tScholarship, the University No- y ,e obtained by cal!- - .- log your bouncE-view Branch +laewalK +ale Dig auccess Linda Sagstad daughter of tary Ch, b Service-Above-Self I-Iead-uarters h "- r . ," .' +!: . . . -. ' i ' ' ' . + " .+ . " ." ~ii!:iii~i!ii'ili:yiii~:i!ilh:iiiiyi:' acfma:i:i ~~~~'~ii~id~!i~ii! ~ii~ ,-.AY SERV , anchor down nearly everything about-town, who made several ::~+~~ ~ mitt.p ~h. h t; o+,~a i: house at 30th NW & N'w gmh- - ~.~ but hardware and TV sets, and ~ Unsteady trips to lower Market ~/ n,mor'~o+,-']~t,TSk~'c't.~ "~,~,- ~" The club w 11 'have tw'n'~n~"X (I ~1 ~Iteplaee in the weather was not warm enough ~ Street. hoplng to find that the [ " isa''~'' r'of"~l~'D~'h"~t'"~ ers on its nro~,r m' l~,--,- "nT.:" 2.4-.i~ ~1 ~ ,~ and membe v o a a ~-- to work u a sweat tourin the~Stat Liquor Store had joined in - , P g A~l iTeam. She was the secretary-iratE, supervisor of Snoqualmie II"~~ - -- line tocat promotion. ~everal mar- i/~::ii++ / ttreasurer of her sonhomore classlNational Forest will Eve an i- ~ .-. = 'chants at~reed with Zeth that a '+l~l rand was a dele ate to Girls 'lustrated talk on thge mult 1 brisk sara at that end of the : :~ g' l use of U S lple WorldFhaht +sm ++ / state last year. Outside of school+ . Forest Land 8 The+ - v street might nave warmedup ~#~ ' r Cascade Wi - the cust^mor+ ~:! '~ ~ I she Is a member of the Junior! : Iderness Area. I --- 3 LOCATION9 -- - " " " ~f~<~ i ~ Orthopedic group and a member Carol -~elck, big game biol-J ~ ~ . A zeth+ is eonsidering a personal] ~*~ / tot Job's Daughters. I ogtst for the Washington State[ /~tdltlg hUeS011 Avenue NuW letter to me State Board. ~"~:~:~ / Linda plans to work in a res- Game Dept. will give a short (I Bleak South 20+h A,e N.W & N W, Merh St.) i " " <~ / ,taurant this summer At Concor- talk on big game prosn~cts for ape 7 a,m, to 6p,m. . ,+ . r" ACTORSt MUSlCIANSt ~ ~ /dla College she will major in the coming 1004 hunting season 8S4t - lt~th NW Here's e ,h~,~, f i ~ ~ foreign language education Refreshments to be served at the~ ~l~Itl vreenwood Ave. N. ."" "7 a !~::: : : i:i~ close of the meetin ' v r . = ,::: =:::::~ ~ illl ~ IAII meet be heard Nordic Nmhts has I * g Ill qlll lll l l your I se e al openings for s ngles. I ' All ~ Olvm-Ic Circle II +'+.++.- Pork, I duos quartets, singing and I ~/ I + r . . ]I choic+ I musical groups of every des- i ~ 1 [ Olympic Circle No. ~7, Neigh- | I erlptlon to anr~ear dufln=~ these li ~ I [bars of Woodcrafts, will have .its II I big local days of Seafair Con- [ d~ 1 Iregular .meeting on ]%ursday, l| I al v; I,+ c. ,; I atmimmll i IMay 28th at 8 p.m in the leo ~1 I i, ,t t. 11 l it ii oo| ,a i i1 [ o%,/ ] i + It LINDA SAGSTAD O.F. Hall, 1706 N.W. Market. I HOORAY! HOORAY! It's thu Last of Mey+ L~ 's All ~o Picnhkln9 Oh Memorial Deyl . . o ''+'' Is'l Manager of Brelonlx, Inc Merriam of Long Beach, distance radio-telephone for her 'Round- Amelia Earhart Route. After Miss Merriam wrote a let- that the reliability and per- was unexcelled. Scout Troop 123 Karsten Overa, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Overa, 9732 14th Ave. !N.W will receive the Eagle Scout award at a combined Court of Honor and Eagle Court of Awards to be held by Scout Troop and Explorer Post 123 at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28, in the CrownHill School auditorium. Karsten, 16, is a sophomore at Ballard High School, where he' is a member of the Honor Society and on the track team. Active in Scouting for eight years, Karsten. has bean Senior Patrol Leader and Quartermaster Troop 123 and is secretary of Post ]23. He is a mem- of the Order of the Arrow and has earned two "50-miler" awards. His hobbies are skiing and boat-building. The Eagle presentation will nade by Richard Lamb. Scout for Ingraham District. A reception will be given by the parents' committee under the chairmanship of Mrs. Harold Olsen. [I II III III I I FOod T0~ro .111 remain open MmmolI I Day, this Satl~rda,L May 30, ~XdePt far I, the Meat D~O Foe meat, sh01 ~atl','t . "" Fresh Lynden FRYERS Lb. LyNDIN i;ONILISE--AII Breast and Thi Jh elt TURKEY ROASTS FRESH FRYER PARTSi DRUMSTICKS and THIGHS Lb. 591~ ,m, ,+. 49c W,N, 29 .c. --d 10 e NECKS + Lb. -+ I I iiii I I Your choice of Bor.S or JIIg'sl Waste-free, fully cooked hems. Buy the best at Food Townl WHOLI or HALF Lb. sw 's SLICED PREMIUM With a wonderful, sweet smoked taste . LB. PICNIC SPECIALS JILG'S ALL-BEEF WiENERS--Tender, fop qualify. Necessities for picnics. Lb. SLICED LUNCHEON MEATS 3 6-oz. Your choke of bologne, pickle, pimento or olive loaves; salem;, head cheese or spiced luncheon meets. ii i ilmn i i i Ul Pkgs. BAR.S or CHUCK WAGON Sliond NALLEY'S TRIPLE-PAK POTATO CHIPS Reg 9 Sl=e S&W BAKED BEANS T ,o. $1 KRAFT JET-PUFFED MARSHMALLOWS ,k:. 23 BLACK & GOLD ASPARAGUS SPEARS A, ,r--. .o . . 3/$1 NESTLE'S I-LB. MILK CHOCOLATE BLOCKS 59 FRENCH'S MUSTARD (Picnic Necessity!) "*"+, AL PARK FUNERAL HOME COLUMBARIUM AT ONE LOCATION Open May 30, 1964 LARGE BELL Fresh Produce RY k 2/15~ Lb. Ea. Peanut Brittle Candy Reg. 39c--Spec. 55c DATE NUT LOAF Rich, moist loai' filled with ehol~ dotes and chopped nuts. Reg. 6Sc--Spec. SSc PECAN LOAF LuseJons. honey-glazed coffee cake loaf ~ith cinnamon and sugar rolled into the dough. The topping is m~ds from sugar, honey, bntter end a gen- erous amount Of pecan halves. Reg. S9c--Spec. ~3 SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 29 and 30 The More People RCAVICTOR Th a Any Other Tehvi ion Bhuflt-and.White or Color The PARADER Soft. 6-AB-2M rlCA VICTOR SPORTABOUT TV 16" tube (overall diag.) with 125 sq. in. picture Newly-developed RCA Power Grid VHF Tuner 18,000-volt chassis (design average} ) RCA VICTOR "Powerlift" Pockette Transistor Radio u Smartly PackaEed with Earphone, Battery, Carrying Case Strong Station-pulling Power 6 Transistors, 2 Crystal Diodes $ Nova complete set Start at a ASK HOW REE TO GET YOUR "FUN IN THE SUN" KIT OPEN FRIDAYS TILL 9 p.m PlenW of Free Pa ing In Reor of Store ~, WASHINGTON 63OO We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities -- No Sales to Dealers -32nd Ave. N.W. OPEN SUNDAYS SUnset 3-3699 5511 - 24th 3-1234