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Wednesday, May 27, 1963 The BA[LARD NEWS TR~I~U~: '~, Ballard Transfer Bowlers In The Money o rill ! 550-- "'"URSD.y, ,RIDAY ,0 A. ,o, il; iTi! " ii, ![CK'S POULTRY Lee's Carpets N.W. SU. 2.4685 iii::i:;!'i at Olsen's Furniture o m i ili!i Tell-City REE TV REPAIR7 /i Ig MapleDlnl:gRoomFurnHure 1710 iiiiiiii::::ii! z:::: at Olsens Furniture sU . Don' You Believe Ifi gJ i:i!!ij i Femous Hand Bui" Furniture REE ": CASH, CARRY The : i: ilard to tak e at Olsen's Furniture nELl ',' ""-,"" " g ' - j " g p t in the Ocean n.e " mm V nv :DI:KVIt,= Shores Tournament, is staying near the top in team standings and at latest re- Lane ! BUY / Men ports the doubles team of Hill and Winner were second. Left to right the bowl- SU. $" " Yl/ 15th ers are: Bob Winner, Edmonds; Everett Hill, 933 N. 198th; AI Woodhouse, 2409 Cedar Chest, Tables--Bedr, ~: JUST !' SU. 3-5005 or PR 8-7512 West Armour; Eddie Malinkowski, 2601 NW 59th and Wally Hertlien, 6727 Day- end Dining Room Furniture ~nd ~ ~ Day~A Week, 9 a.m,-9 p.m. 1N. ssi0, Ballard Area Teachers Magnuson in,', Receive Leaves, Grants Schoo Planned Davenports and Cheir, II~ ~~~% ~ I June 8 through June 19 the ~ W! i Many teachers from the Ballard mer I . . V---~ ~|~g Glanlor ~~~ ~ ~ area have been granted scholar-t Crown Hill Elementary-- Do-].~ .annual. Daffy Vacatzon B~ble L ~I~MT~IINL~crPIRMANENT ,~~~o('~: J ~[ships, fellowships or sabbatical[lores Allen, conservation grant,]~icqgTM ~iullthb:a:eldhuatrcPhin7~Y Lynch I [:11,111 Iltl'~ U,ON,S e. ( ~lleaves for advanced study during /Central Washington College, sum-lureenwooa Ave I~orm classes'"Living Room Set, iIn"r v--."-~'~J ~'"~ ~o-~ve +he I [ "~t'~-~ra~'~ (Ithe next sch l year r duriug/mer and sabbatical leave 1964" 'I lthe summer --/ [65 I tw.i meet zrom ~:oo "-'-- "" "^ to am . 'i ~ ill !'i 1.' ,mMh t~W:.~t,'~;I~|klEMRI~o~---~ [ .~1~/~ ), "feachersl'istedbyschoolsare:, l~Iorth Beach--Florence Moen:,X- ! ' . ~ ,! e ch mornmg Monday through n rrmay mr two wee~s ~nere wiu ~ conservation grant, Ce tral Wash- : Best BALI~RD HIGH SCHOOL ,be classes for all children turn- -,~|mmons [ues~,9~,e,~r~ I ~]Virginia Dearborn John Hay/~Z'.~al ~.~'c~3 :u,~ez n,u sno- ing five years old by November I-'s-u-ndav' 1 ~" m' ~" 'F~ |. ~l BRImml~ ~l X~l (lFellowsh,p,' Yale' Umvers ty,/" i "~Webster" ' Bo d IemeMatsonter" East 1 through the 8th grade. S ud;o Couches, Hide-A-Bed 1964-65" Rodney E Pressey Na- -- Y " ' " This ear's course ' ' UEAU!! ~dl.Uel ~rtional 'Science Foundation schol [ern Washington College fellow-I, Trust Yand Obe ' ]s ent,tled of Olsen's F~rnJfi/re I PESONALIZED PERMANENTS ~[arship, University of Pennsyl-]Sh~)Ptiaelr964i6eSa'chers granted sab [on the Ten Co~maa~dmeStbased Monday Thr. Sm.rday vania, 1964-65' Russell Quacken- " . . " I G fl ET~ffd~'~' ~["-~ Mondc ~[~ t. w,~k;,:~,~ gt~ ~4o,~, ~,~ [batical leaves include: j Children may register now or SpeedQueen i ~un z I I I /I 0~'~?" -- ~'~";" 7",'Y~ ",".~"~.:':-I Irma Rodenhouse and Earl !on the first day of Vacation Bible ~]62 N Isocmuon researcn zeuowsmp unz-, [ a,n~m~nl;edI Lg;]62 NW 80th St. SU 4-5925 [ ~, ' Kelly Ballard" Barbara Ann[School at the 75th street side en- Washers andDryers ~' ~ . ~d,'*~. I ~ ,Lzkens, Whitman" Edward Hak-Jtrance. F r fu ther mformatzon af Olsen's Furnlfure I Monroe ~ Uall .NI. l:lamnger,~ . ' . . . I" MILI !lan ua institu" "" "t " anson Crown Hill; and Ehzabethlcall the Education Office at SU ~ ~ g ge re, ~onoma ~ ate l . ' I ~-~ College, summer; Lars Watson, iSime' Webster. ,3-2350. I iN. S. F. Schoolarship, University I J BREAD II 10 Al~ ~I~nFL A Jllllklll~ ~:'of Nevada summer East Ballard Li~le League i Slyter I :~.ff",u. a~A~ n Ihllll=N l ~ Whitman:Brantley Zlliott, N.] The Wildcats are leading the The Eagles, with 2 wins lastl Ro+o-Rock Chairs I D E A Institute Ore on State ~mz s week, have regained first place lii/I,iilnlVllLlll 8 ",g ,i "nor league tandings with 6j . . . at Olse~'s F~rn|hlre :,m mm --mR i ,ramI 1964-65; Richard Diesner N. S. F ; a . ~ t. 7 :,t. in the major league, having won ~ ~ Scholarship, Michigan Technolo-I~''~. ,~,u ~ e ~e,on w,nlover the Zesto team 5-1 on Tues-i tl n Kiln ANO ~3 wins ana z losses are secona da and over the Exchan Ubb~':s I"~: gical University, summer Erling! '1 Y ge Club .ra.o.Ounoer ~0 ' I~I~ILIp AII/m, IP~LLm' O Nordeng N S F Inatitute [muowed by the Trojans wholteam 5-3 on Thursday Eagle The Famous RecllnerCheir$ - "~IIVII " ' " ' lll rl ~ I:U~/'l~llll~K~) Sacramento State College, sum-[have won 3 and lost 4. The V~k-tp~tcher, Mike Krem, hit a home ,m,mv~ ~ - e ]ings, who have yet to win a run with two aboard for the win-i of Olsen's Furniture ~ Nurse or me Tear ------~~~ e,l i TO Be Named June i :SPECIAL SUMMER;CLASSES NOW FORMING Full Line of Rugs Tap-Balle~-Acroba+s . Ballet Be+on-Pore Pom at Olsen's Furniture USE EITHER ENTRANCE EARS Tip ToP B 8 oz. Tins 11 oz. 3O PECIALS INE 5 I DISCOUNT DISCOUNT V.Ss on E and $~.49 GALLON shakes and fences. THis OFFER ENDS JUNE 3rd BONUS, BRING THIS AD WITH YOU ] It's Best By Test Jl Iflc' ry Kind--.Every Color St. SU 4.0584 OF A DIFFERENCE! ~nt! If you have money in an account +ha+ COmpounded semi-annually you could percenteqe of your earnings ton the ~ney) 73.75% during +he same period of a whale of an increase. Security Sevesco ~al mqulry. Find out how you, llke so many ;e your earnings with a Securltv Savesco Inquire in person, by mall or ' eat ius+ talk; there is a whale of a dif- IN EXCESS OF $8,032,451,96 0li.tnn OIRTIFIOATE AOOOUNTI INconPORAYIO PlCE AT SEATTLE, WASH. AVE MA 4.0656 ALSO IN VANCOUVER, 1238 MAIN ST. TO OPEN MY ACCOUNT BROCHURE BY RETURN MAIL "0"0 "*''*0"***.*0 **0"0'''*'''*''0" "" ' WASH. RESIDENTS ONLY MOTORS i.00 "Spotlight on Nurses," featur- ing talented nurses of the Seattle area, is the theme for the 12th Annual Dinner-meeting of the King County Nurses Association on Monday, .June 1, 1964, with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. Highlight of the evening will be the naming of the Nurse of the Year. New pfficers will be in- stMi~d~by the-president, Miss Annabelle Airth of 5119 Keystone Place N.; and the program has been planned by Mrs. Barbara Mercer of 747 21st Ave. E pro- gram chairman, and her commit- tee of the Mesdames Carol Ben- ner, 1708 "H" Street S.E Au- burn; Eileen Upton, 12624 N.E. 29th, Bellevue; Patricia Yount,] 1226 N.E. 77th Street; and the Misses Diana Crystal, 1412 Sum- mit Ave.; VJrginia FitzGerald, 15228 S.E. lst; Bellevue; and Mil- licent Young, 928 10th Ave. E. Included in the eighteen nurses receiving pins for 25 years of membership in the Washington State Nurses Association will be! Mrs. Bernice Barr, 8414 Linden! Ave. N.; Mabel Kelley, 8011 llth Ave. N.E.; Vera Moore, Bow, i Washington; Clara Murray, 4114 W. Bertona; Katherine Svelan- der, 8048 19th Ave. N.W.; and the Misses Catherine Griffin, 127 N. 40th Street; and Mary Wil- liamson, 3629 Dayton Ave. N. Greenwood Oueen Deadline Friday May 29 is the last day for girls to enter the Greenwood Sea- fair Queen Contest. Applications may be filled out at Harrison Radio & TV, 8525 Greenwood Ave. N. Girls must be single, 18 years or over and live in the North End. Pastor to Oregon Rev. Gust Anderson, pastor for the past eight years of G r a c e Baptist Church recently resigned, ! and has accepted a call to the: pulpit of Calvary Bible Church, Manzanita, Oregon, as of June 1, 1904. Shilshole Scouts At the Shilshole ,lamboree May 16-17, Troop 154 brought their little burro, Bullet, along with them. It seems to me that they took some chance with nearly 600 amateur cooks out in force but the boys report Bullet got home safely. There was some rumor that Troop 82 had "burro- burgers" for dinner but I am glad to report it wasn't Bullet. The boys of Troop 154 got Bullet home safely. The Order of the Arrow Investi- ture of new members was an im- pressive thing at the Campfire May 16, at the Scout Jamboree at Ft. Lawton. A number of lucky boys had been invited into this exclusive Order. A number of boys were work- ing towards their merit badges at the Scout Jamboree at Ft. Lawto: May 16-17, in First Aid, there were four sections working most of the day along with Signaling, Compas work. physical fitness and signaling These boys were all working towards their Star, Life and Eagle rank. FREE TRANSPORTATION . . . most ereas Summer+imp fun -- Inexpensive -- Learn new skills ART LIRKLETTER - CHILDREN'S DANCE STUDIOS SU 4-6071 for information Bedroom & Dining Room Furniture at Olsen's Furniture 5354 Ballard Ave. N.W. 5455 Leary Ave. N.W. --GRADED GOOD OR STANDARD-- Seven Bone Lb, Shank Cut Lb. Fresh Legs, Breasts and Thighs . Lb. DEPT' Grocery Dept. Remains Open 10-7 p.m. Saturday ibs./1.57 12-14 Lbs. Av. Lb, MJB 6-OZ. INSTANT, 79 Old Ranger Strawberry Preserves 40.OZ. JAR TURKEYS AND TURKEY i DRUMSTICKS. .:. Lb, All.Meat Sliced BOLOGNA Nalley's 121/2-0 Bottle C for Barbecuing! , II II D No. 2 Cans Nalley's Banquet 22-oz. Jars Large Chex Doz, Lb. SIRLOIN BONELESS TOP .Lb. Lb. Good or Standard SUNKIST ROASTIN@ 6 29* EAR far SLICING OPEN 9 to 9 ;LOSED SUN. 20th Ave. N.W. and N.W. Market St.--Specials for Thurs Fri, Sat. ::~, ) WE DON'T HAVE TO VERY OFTEN--.BUT WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT - ~ illi