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I I 1 V ii ~i ~ i~ 7! i i: i! THE CATHEDRAL FACING THE "ZOCALA", MAIN PLAZA IN CJN!ER OF MEXICO CITY: --See Story off puge F.ive -. ! Neighborhood Generals Appointed of three Ballard Division sec- for the 1964 United Registration Open For Girls' Swim atU.ofW. rolume 73 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1963 itudents Invited To All.City Dance /:': At Loyal Heights are invited to attend an all-city dance Saturday, June 22. in Loya/, Heights Fie!dhouse. N.~,V. 77th and 21s~ N.W. With dancing to be from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m Ballard. High School will hosL Lhis first affair of a summer series. Students should be prepared to [present high school identification and to pay a 50-cent entrance fee. ! A means of providing summer ree-~1 No. 25 reation for local teenagers, the dances are sponsored by the Se- dghbors campaign was an- attle Public Schoolsthe Parent- week by UGN head- quarter. Teacher Associations and the Se- ts.this A special class has been sched-attte Park Department. Robert p. Pheasant, 6832ulecl for high school girls who are ----BUY BALL.ARD--- N.W heads the Section beginners. Other special courses campaidn. The mother offered are synchronized swim- Forester Picnic ~chool-age children, Mrs. ruing (water ballet), advanced has been active in UGN swimming and diving, and Junior Planned June 23 ring to Seattle from Life Saving. years ago. She is sec-Courses also are set for the reg- Members of Court Pacific North- i;ii:ii !ii i;ii] i!i:!iii!i;!i ii iiiii il;iiii:i i: :: A dream tlmt hee-une a reality when Ballardites banded together and from this drawing built a home for Ballard Boys' Cluh. (See page 4 for stories on how the ehlb started and grew Io over 800 members.} V the Harmony Guild of of the Wash- for Retarded DOUglas J. O'Rouark. 634 Ith, has served as a UGN al and block lieu- in St. Alphonsus affairs, she is the mother children and eight grand- ular groups, including beginners, west No. 472. Independent Order advanced beginners, intermediate, i of Foresters, will hold theh' first advanced intermediate, and ad- picnic of the season June 23 at A free course in small boat han- dling" will be held Saturday, June vanced. Schedules have been ar-Pine Lake. The court will furnish 29, from 9:30 till 11:30 a.m. in the ranged for the convenience of giz'ls coffee, cream and sugar for the fourth floor auditorium of the planning vacations. For further in- adu!,ts, ice cream and pop for the formation or registration, call Eve- youngsters. Games will be played Public Safety Building. Instruction ning Classes, 543-2300. and prizes will be awarded, will be by members of the Seattle Power Squadron, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, the Seattle Har- Boeing Empl0yees St sponsored by Bob Rapp's Serv- ice Station; Linda Long, 2440 N.W. Market St sponsored by Carter Motors, Inc.; and Margie Golick, 7518 23rd Ave. N.W sponsored UGN Fund, Presents, by the House of York, had an op- portunity to get the first glimpse V of Ballard's float which will be Gift to Bo couts competing for Seafair honors this yea r. KaHly. Linda and Margie also NTh~boB1%,euln':, gh 2'~IdYeelg'(If;;";d ara competing, Mong with 14 other the amounl of $61,000 Lo the Gold- ! lovely young girl,s, for the title of en J u h i 1 e e Camp Development Miss Ballard and the honor oz' rep- resenting the Ballard community i in all Seafair activities and the possibility of becoming Miss Sea- fair for 1963-64. A banquet honoring the girls and their sponsors will be held al the Windjammer Restaurant Tues- day, June 25, at 7 p.m. The price of the dinner is $4.50 and tickets are available at: Ballard Blossom Shop, SU. 2-4213: Ken Eriksson, SU. 2-2600, oz" Jenny Lagerquist, I SU. 3-4655. Fred Jenner. president of Ballard Commercial, Club, will Fund of Lhe Boy Scouts. The money will be used principally to complete major c,mstruction of Camp Omache on the Cascade Scout reservation near Monroe and to buihl Camp Freeman on the Cedar River' ne.r Renton. Robert D. O'Brien, generai chaii~- man, expressed the thanks of the executive boar( of the Chief Se- att~ Council to Lee Pur, ly and Morris Bondurant, Irustees of tile Boeing fund. who prcsenled the gift at the Scoul Service Center. "This mosL significant gift will go far toward realizing our dreams for these two camps," O'Brien said. be master of ceremonies. The pub- lic is invited. The Coronation Ball will be held Purdy said the gift was made to a~sist the Golden Jubilee Fund toward the goal of $1,159,60t). :T22e~Sa:: i~ 2AinSa(~fultB:e~ng See~i, "Canlp Freeman has no facilities Saturday, June 29, from 9 p.m. till at the present time, yet more than midnight at the Ballard Elks. 2.000 boys camp there annually. Music will be provided by The This gift will assure the comple- Dynamics. with singer Jim Hanna. tion of these two important camps Arnie Bergh, state representative, in our Scout Council." will be roaster of ceremonies at the ball and wil], crown the new queen. The candidates and their sponsors iwill be presented to the group at i the beginning of the ball. BUY BALLARD --- Regular feeding and highest bank interest with mutual savings bank safety are all it takes to grow a sturdy savings account. One out of every three Seattle people save here and earn four per cent in- terest, compounded quarterly. We hope you do, tool WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK The Northwest' s OIdes~ and Largest Saving: lnsliluz~ Main 02~ice: SEcoNn AT SPRiNO BALLARD BRANCH * 2214 N.W. MARKET S~ ~1 o E~t ~,& OIPOt ir ii; llll* ~c II S Insurance 2216 N. W. $6th Street SUnset 2-6300 DWIGHT S. HAWLEY . D. $. (Bud) HAWLEY, JR. 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