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,o,d Two S.ho,o.h!ps ! North Beach Biko i Wednesday. Ma yy 27 L 196 33 Th eBALtARD NEW SSTR IBUNE 7 ana mother 1 people working fo the 'y, ~ ~' t,i ',i Miss Frances Erickson, teach-~ g . . as larshi of ]at l'~orrn JJeacn ocnoot baturaay r ~ ~ A christened Dou las Mark Shultes er live at 7 ~ Ballard Hospital Scho P, -r .J ~:.: :.~i!:.ii:.iii:,iiiJi~ Ma 16 had the m 'Let o~ la.gu ~ ' g , recently co ~ fered to graduating seniors who!: t| ~ ii~i::!!i~ ! Y ; st part]c]'iHigh School has been awardedJr. Sunday, May 24, at St, AI- imaintenancc ~ have a good high school average[ ~t[11 ~~ :~1~i!~ ~, [aPacnotSdOn: atY ~o.oeo;n me c}tY, lthe first Phi'Beta Kappa Disting- Ph nsus Catholic Church, God- Aviation Sc ~ and who are interested in the ~ Jill ~ ::~ii:t~.~?~l~ ~ :i ' c g . 1-1 grand, ~er-Juished Teachng Award from theParents are Mr. and Mrs. John Ale ~ medical field. Shewasalso a Na- * ~11~ ~.~ :~lm:d r~:m~r ai(nvi:ohar::~ D:r~ Puget Sound Phi Beta KappaJ. Mitchell, the aunt and uncle. I - ;o. tional Merit Scholarsh p Finalist,]~ ~j~,ilr~~i~ :~ k~ I~!,Y C l Association. With the award Born April 24 in the Swedish !: S~,~:,~li~ i Jean has been an ASB legis-I ~ ~ ~ ~ : ~ $~ |~! IAbrahamson trom theP-TA and!comes a grant of $500 presented!Hospital, he was welcomed by Ill tlI~ i m . ' ' " .- [] hi[] [] ~.ailE [ ~lil II|i many r~ortn t~eacn parents[b KIRO-Inc Mr Charles Hero- his maternal grandparents, Mr. e?rg;~ae nes~ i ~g:coE~XmaCr~auni~l~ec~ r~iottn~s:e C~i:d II!il = ,11 ill ~ii 'e~e:ners in the various age ~O-~n:mbmerd:fth:h~rb ea[dti:f!annd ~Yr~aiE~batetr:~lg::nd;faKet:, i~ ~ mittee She also teaches dancingl i |]| tl ~ [] E|J ||] ~ ~ [groups were: iat the Puget Sound Association oflgr, and Mrs. Frank Paduano, !! KA II at the" Ballard Dance Studio andI I Ill,~ [] ~|~ |~J i]~ ~ [ Kindergarten and Ist ~rade]the Unive rs ity o[ Washi ngt.0n. -Sr of Seattle : jn Br- m : I'"r "f the Great BooksI ~ m~= ~ m []~ ~, []~ ~ r "~.- I~-- ~'" ,~ ::.~ ~a = .=~=.u~ u I :: i:::i~ ~ ~~ I Ig~,~ ::i:iJl []~ ooys: Joiln lVlCL.ants Jimmy vos-~l I ,ualit] Discussion Group ~ t~ I~~ ~ ~J ': ' I I JMQ~~ : . : ter Don Axworthy, K~rk Nord- Q I : -"- !i!!? : During the summer Jean plans !!~ ::! i ~i ~! ! I ,land ~ y L J, Crown H,II Pharmac ' Kindergarten and 1strude Market to take a course m typing at Edz- :: ~. ~, ~ ~ ~ !~ gal, l),v. son. She also wants to work in a iilii ~. :i il?!i~i !!l~ili~j ~| girls: Karen Martinson, Martyi[ J~"~'-'-~ ~,~=, In A~ ~^ I11 PM J [ ---" . ~ ":~ hospital or laboratory for the j i~I~ ~ ~ ~ ~{t~ ~! ~i~ rMiller, Linda Ray Combs JannaI vr ii Ly, d e.n llrend ~S~u~gla.t of Mr. medical experience. In the fall/ ~ ~!~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i ~ !".! Fickenworth !i liJt rll Seven Days a Week J I TURKEY ,ua. E, key of she will major in pre-med, at/ ~:~,??:~'~.~:, ~~ ~ ~!:L~ ~-L~- :~:~::~i~ .::?;~ / 2nd and 3rd grade boys: Paoli[IIr ll, f~aR,I ;~ ROAST ,' ", reeed the the University of Washington. xne uauara .Boys ~ mu ue,even m st,r~sng m earl.y, hoping to come up wzm ]Zumdieck. Richy Kruse. Jimmy* [I ROAST / some local high school stars in a few years who will go to the State Meet in :Lee Robert Puff " i i I I FRESH [ Pullman Here, practicing with 5-lb. shots are five flyweights and one fleaweioht. 2t(d and 3rd -rade -Jr'- D^b I FABERGE I ! I I North End Flower Club Plans Show Boy Scout Troop 115 soSnthpgra esbm y : groyt ,; C: I r.^=. ii;11 Pk= m=eu / II In conjunction with the regular noon program will be Mrs. Gun- Th.e,~parents' group of BoyJo.h.nBudlong. ]1 ~|UWn iiJJa /.gZJJJgt,$ / L ~! P,I~ o/It I ~ D !1 DIeM 1 I:1 11 Hi I monthly meeting the North End nar Joslyn Mrs Joslyn is a well bcout lroop 115 will meet at 8 ~tn grade gins: l-'eggy w~r~:-[/ / ~I'IUVn, ';illli~, ,-,r~nU nl~,'=lrlLLV ~|1| I]Flower Club has completed plans known teacher and authority on p.m. Tuesday June 2 at the kunen, Ka~y.Rasmussen, Kathy[[ ~ i I " M.n .r Ilfor a June Flower Show tobe flower design, and member of home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack t'atters n-'~,t~u~,~.eggTe'. !/ Prescription Speciahsts / I ~1~1,1, ~1,'. Iql|! PICK.UP AND DELIVERY- ~ liheld at the Stewart Hotel, t'r'- the Washington State Federation Piercv 11060 Fr "- ,*, em.ce. Ward'fr [ I ~, Adulfs i:. 11115 H w tL e, A ,m ^ ~ Irday, June 15th beginning at 11:30 of Garden Clubs. ~ ~ usan t~e, rgstrom, tmnsta Lee, ! / ~------------------~- [ : ~ -. marKe! 3U l-y ~u [a m Seventeen scouts participated Teri Munter. . . ~SSl~Is W,Reservatmns ma be made b ] HOURS 10am f, 10 m,lncudmgSunday [ I ~;;~,v ,no~ n~s?Hg~/;w~tg W II ""Prose and Poetry in Flowers' " Y . Y in the Camnoree h61d at Fort 6th grade boys: Mark Olsoe, ii : P" '~- "it ~'"en -elected as the theme contacting Mrs. w. ~,nge~, at SU '-.-.~ Larry Lund Rodney Harrtt il Corner. N W 8Sth and 1Sth N W SUnset 4-0760 .~ o~ ~ 4-1348 Lawton ~vlay i~ ano 17 ' "/ ~I'H~JP[ ~ of the show, in honor of the Bard L. . " There was no 4th place awarded. ,] i!l/of Avon William Shakespeare. " ~s'~, i!1 The theme will exemplify his Irnnd FI~~-,~. ill that ~~~11, "~ . IPl lillll " ~,~ ,~, / ;r .~.~ ~L,~II! theory mat "t~verytnr g L --. / / ." %,' iiijGrows Holds PerfeuCnt~no'n Mrs OPEN Pmmqlil ill " l ' I NORTHGATE * BALLARD , if Ob 'a iil After Vo f on Irector of Sno" Memorml D.y Idli 'Jlll llll i I u WRS rY VlLtA.E: ~'e i~ Joe P- " - ii qualmie District, will install new 10 to 5 p.m. i * AURORA VILLAG( ! ] / iiliofficers for the ensuing year. l l lll I i "' : ! e " / i!!] Principal speaker for the after- Sunday : i [ -,roe" -i ookers. Loun0 ~ % ~ ~,~IL, /~ The1883,000 residents of Hon- 10raSp.re. IUBI:iUirlDIAI 11 Ol|en'l *' ::'"~our ~~ -'4" / ~[duras occupy an area slightly ilililll liOllilqim- li ' ~emim. ~'~ ] i~I larger than Tennessee. Honduras tiha=l. . "~ ]" ~ .~|] MaKe t~rnst your noiiaa neaaquarters: uur s ecials -.= o, llis the secono-mrgest country m -- Y . P . Central America. ann xrmnaly customer service are open to you Memorial" " Day. 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