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":;:] " i iii +i+ + ,+ 2 4 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 27, 196~ I RUDY'S PROFESSIONAL J PHARMACY | Drive-in Prescription Service | Solves Your Parking Problem I s~s Taitman Ave. N.W. CII A O/~J/I i Just S. ef Scandia Furn. JU. "I"UU'I'U ISunset 13/ Repair J I 6316-32nd N.W. I J Open 9 e.m. to 9 pro. ] [ SU 3-2759 I IBOAT TOPS AUTO GLASS SE : ' Ths SATISFACTION GUARANTEED U. J Ballard Auto Gloss mac $ and Upholstery 5015 tSth N.W. SU. 3-1696 Symbol o[ Dependability Refrigerators from $158 PYSSON & GERMAN 7741 24th NW SU. 2-9200 WE STOCK 0.E. REPAIR PARTS Delivered Free of Charge TUSSY COSMETICS HALLMARK CARDS PRESCRIPTIONS 1407 N.W. 8Sth SU. 2-$822 MAJOR BRAND NOTHING 0V[R IN OUR NEW LOCATION Icelanders Will Celebrate 20th Year Of Independence SYLVIA MONSON Kristin Smedvig, violin; Icelandic Male Chorus; Dr. E. Palmason and Tani Bjornson, vocal selec- tions; Jakobina Johnson, short talk; Sylvia Monson will portray "Fjallkonan" or "Lady Of the Mountain." All reservations must be in by June 5th. Call SU 3-8451 or SU 3- 3281. --Photo by Otto F. Motel. The 20th Anniversary Celebra- tion of Iceland's Independence will be sponsored by the Literary Society Vestri with a banquet on Friday June 12th, 7:30 p.m. at The Windjammer, 7001 Seaview N.W. Guests of honor: Ambassador and Mrs. Thor Thors. Entertain- ers: Thor Thors, guest speaker; Sunset Hill Community Adams P-TA Club Potluck Dinner The Adams School Chorus of 64 voices directed by Mrs. The last meeting, ot tla]s yearI Hobbs, wii'l sing during the last wdl be a potluck droner held at p TA meetln ,[ - " g of the semester, the clubhouse, 3003 N.W. 66th, at I Thursday', May 28 at 1:15 p.m.: Major Appliance Repair Washers, Ranges, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 27. Mr. Fred Jenner, past president of Ballerd Chamber of Com- merce, will install the following officers: President, Mr. J. Bra.nd- meir; Vice President, Mr. F. Mar- ton Roll; Secretary, Mr. B. Frank Smith; Treasurer, Mrs. Louie Jacobson. Dryers PREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY Credit Terms Arranged OAC on ~lrs and/or Purchases I I ~.: ; ~,~ = ,i]~~ce z-resment, Mrs. I= ENWOOtD II T ?l~I::X~ry; Secretary, Mrs. I :! ?+ ADDEIAMI~I[ ~l~/-~+'~'ffdYer; Treasurer, Mrs. I I]Chades Partain. Bring hot dish I &726 Greenwood Ave. N. [[or' salad. Coffee and rolls will he ~1 furnished by the club. PLAIN & in the school auditorium. Grand- mothers will be honored. Kinder- garten parents have planned re- freshments. Mrs. Forrest Smith of the Seattle Council will install new officers. Miss Seelye, who teaches sixth grade, Room 17, will discuss her sky-diving experiences. Nursery care will be provided for the little ones. Post 3036 VFW Ballard Post 3036 VFW at its meeting May 21st witnessed the installation of Ivan J. Shuler, M.D charter member and the Post's first Post Surgeon, as Post Surgeon for 1964-65 by Michael M. Ushakoff, Post Adjutant and Past Post Commander. A junior Past Commander Pin was presented to Post Command- er Daniel J. Maye as the out- going Post Commander. Awards were also given to officers and comrades for services rendered the Post during 1963.64. Plans were laid for Post participation in the Memorial Day Parade Greenwood O.E.S. Regular meeting of Greenwood Chapter No. 196 OES will be held on Tuesday, June 2, at 8:00 p.m. at Greenwood Masonic Temple. Thcrp will be an Apron Parade and Apron Auction. Wash. Social Club Washington Social Club will meet Wednesday, June 3, for a no-host luncheon, short business meeting and cards at the Green- wood M a s o n i c Temple, 7910 Greenwood N. This will be the last meeting until fall. Ladies of Angora The June 1 meeting of the La- dies of Angora will honor Past Presidents and will be held at the Riviera Restaurant, 2501 Fairview Ave East at 6:30 p.m. First Lutheran Circles Rebecca Circle will meet in the lounge on Wednesday, May 27, at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. Virginia Ormbrek, hostess. Phoebe Circle will meet on Tuesday, June 2, at 7:45 p.m, at Miss Lilly Peterson's, 510 N.W. 58th St. AND The following officers of the Ladies Auxiliary will also be in- stalled: President, Mrs. W. L. I Audubon Society Occidental O.E.S. T3o . . . :)erve ulnner JU Planning Trips Occidental Chapter No. 28 O On Saturday, May 30, Mr. Keith I E- S. will meet for a regular Roynon will lead a Junior Au-business meeting on Wednesday, dubon fie d I June 3rd at 8 p m. in the Ballard 1 trln entitled Sea- " ~ I Masomc Tempm. snore Llte on ~'uget Sauna. ] Preceding the business meeting Mrs. June Staunton. will also .be I a Northwest Samolinz .~ Ham Din- present to explain something ner will be held. Elizabeth Lund- about her women's scuba diving gren is chairman of the dinner club. The trip will start at 1 p.m. arrangements. Proceeds will be at the covered area near the allocated to the Emma P. Chad- Carkeek Park parking lot. Chil- wick Nursing Home Fund. Serv- dren 8 to 14 years of age, as well ing will begin at 6:15 p.m. in the as adults, are welcome. There is temple dining room. Reservations no charge, may be made by telephoning the On Sunday, May 31, Mrs. Ilene Marckx will conduct a trip around the Francis Marckx farm for adults and any children who are accompanied by adults. The party will meet at the Sears main store parking lot at 6 a.m. The early hour is necessary to see the wood ducks. Other birds to be seen are warblers, flycatch- ers, yellowthroat, chat and others. The public is welcome. For further details phone the Society at MA 2-6695. chairman, AT 2-4769, or the Wor- thy Matron, 743-3188. Place res- ervations prior to June 1st. Do- nation is $1.35. The Rummage Sale will be held June llth and 12th in Ballard. Frances Tyrer is chairman and she will arrange for pick-up of used articles. Call SU 4-9622. Irene Horner is chairman of the kitchen committee and Lena Hanson will chairman the dining room committee for the month of June. Ballard Woman New President Mrs. Ernest Pratt of 5601 32nd NW, (right), newly- elected President of the Fort Lawton Non-Commis- sioned Officers Wives Club, receives the presidential gavel from her predecessor, Mrs. Frank Bissonett. Ballard might be said to have a monopoly on the high office, since Mrs. Biss0nett also+ lives here, at 7041 20th Avenue NW. --U. S. Army Photograph Blanche Cooke Given Ballard BPW Will S0 Year Honors Meet Tues June 2 Blanche Cooke, member of Oc- The Ballard Business and Pro- cidental Chapter No. 28 O.E.S fessional Women's Club will meet :eceived her 50 year pin and cer- Tuesday evening, June 2 at the tificate from the Grand Chapter Ballard Elks for a 7:00 o'clock of Washington at the May 20th dinner. Guests of the Club will meeting of Occidental .Chapter. I be scholarship winners of the These honors are presented tolpast four years: Miss Judy Rum- members having 50 ye~rs'~ con-~, :g~rs:?:flt~ls~l: .T.ob'hl Kalnins, tinuous service to the Ord~+. The M~ss :~+KePry. Bu~ih and Miss date was significant because the presentation by the Worthy Ma- tron, Gladys Lundsted, was on the same date as when the recip- ient was initiated: May 20, 1914. Mrs. Cooke has been an active member in the Chapter affairs and served as Worthy Matron in 1933. Boyd Circle The Black Angus will be the meeting place for Norene Boyd Circle on June 3rd at 6:30 p.m. for a dinner highlighting intro- duction of new officers: The Mesdames O. C. Falkenbury, Chairman; C. J. Williams, Vice Chairman; A. L. Foy, Secretary; George A. Prusi, Treasurer, and Thomas I. Kerl, Trustee. Com- mittee Chairmen will be an- nounced and briefed on their du- ties for tee coming year. , Silver Circle The Silver Circle Associatet Grandmothers Club No. 35 is giving a luncheon and card party Tuesday June 2nd, 12 o'clock at the Loyal Heights Fieldhouse, 77th and N.W. 21st. Pinochle and Canasta will be played. Salads, hot rolls and coffee will be served. Chairman, Josephine Hal- ley; co-chairmen, Margie Bark- housen, Ruby Lippencott, Hazel Swarting and Dorothy McCallem. Peggy Jo Kilborn. Reports of delegates to the recent State Convention in Rich- land will be given by Mines. Carl Blue, James Chaffin and Etta Sanderson Reservations made by members and friends at EM 3-6771 mornings and evenings. Fin 'N Feather Club +-+ Mr, ,Dale. Dean :from Under- water Sports will be guest speak- er at the next Fin 'n Feather Club meeting on Tuesday, June 2nd, 7:30 p.m. at the Northeast Y.M.C.A 5003 12th N.E. Mr. Dean was one of four who ~represented the United States in the world championships for spear fishing held in Brazil. He will discuss the fundamentals of skin and Scuba diving; will show slides of his trip to Brazil and will also show a movie in color, "Meet Mr. O." The movie is 'about the pursuing and capture of octopi. After the meeting a coffee and social hour will follow. Any in- terested person is invited to at- tend the meeting and social hour that follows. F.O.E. Auxiliary Auxiliary No. 1, F.O.E instal- lation of new officers to be held at meeting June 3, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. All members are urged to atterid: HOU Enioy delicious food served at New Tea House, located in the heart of Greenwood. Enjoy DISTINCTIVE CHINESE ATMOSPHERE . . . Enjoy PROMPT TAKE-OUT FOOD SERVICE. Reservations or Orders--SU. 4-7422 Open Mon.-Wed.-Thurs. 4' p.m. +o 12 a.md Fri. 4:30 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. Sat. 4 p.m. fo 2:30 .m.; Sun 3 p.m. ~o 10:30 p.m. 8588 GREENWOOD AVG. N. (07rE and Greenwood) SU. 4.7422 Ballardite Named VFW Man of Year ~4i~ in 19.4, joined the United States !1 ee .f rmy. He was imprisened during I nuuac u [the siege of Corregidor and nar-:l Stying ":.7,1''----7 I Iicipated in the Bataan death il e march, il O TO ~=~'" 14[ "'"' '. ~KI His service to the VFW is I ape o. 70 c represented in the distinguished i 5509 8th ;r|N THURSDAY service medal from the national ~+ll]hl~lmi orgamzatmn and in recentyears+,l---- I11, CK has devoted more than 3000-~ ':!~ii#K ~II ' " ~VO man hours aiding hospttahzed El . N.W. veterans. . % Salmon Bay Eagles "r;i Salmon Bay Eagles Drill Team Our r'i,! will be escort at the Memorial HAL'S1 =1~ / Ser+.'~es to be held at the Wa- 1770, ;h. emlli Mf;g31~s Section at 1:00,sU DOll ~. : " It Michael M. Ushakoff ~.~ Michael M. Ushakoff of 2816 ~, ,~O>,~) N.W. 63rd, current adjutant of ~/~ ~~q/'~ nd Mon' Ballard Post No. 3063, Veterans of Foreign Wars, was unani- mously selected as "Veteran of ~ SU, the Year" at the recent conven- tion of the VFW Second District. WASH ~ WASH Ushakoff's military career ! ~d l started in Russia under the im- ENGINE ~ perial czar government. ) CLEAN ~ ~ After the revolution, he fled to China, became acquainted B and B with Americans living there and | 591: SU. 3-51 YOU'LL GET Turn Glat WESSON OIL 24 Oz. Jar SWANSON'S TV DINNERS EACH 12 B&B 28 oz. Tins THIS OFFE 1 lb. Mcmning's MANDARIN 11 oz. Prices Effective May 28, 29, 30 It's Be i Kinc "BRING IN HEAD FOR DISCOUNT on any service or repair on your car including specials in this adI MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE SPECIALS MAY 25 ,hru JUNE 5 0 ALL CHEVROLET PASSENGER CARS (TRUCKS SLIGHTLY HIGHER) ONLY $13.S8 WITH DISCOUNT MOTOR Ttl ALL 6-CYLINDER CHEVROLET PASSENGER CARS ONLY $3,88 WITH DIscOUNT IN EXC EACH! CORVAIRS ALL CHEV. V.Ss S9.88 $10.8S 0nly $4.58 with discount Only $.5.88 with ONLY GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS PARTS USED! PRICES INCLUDE LABOR "0" -=1.00 2 Locations.Plenty of Drive.In Parking 7 a.m. fo ' p.m. SU 3.9940 105th & Ilolman Road NW .on. The. Fri. 1515 NW Market Street Saturday SU 24448 MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE 1:30 P.M. Spensored by the Trustees of the VETERAN'S MEMORIAL CEMETERY at Washelli I I, I I I Aurora Avenue Norfk + , THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND e