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i: d L L / )! i? Page Eigh ,THE BAEEXRD NEWS --. SUnBe 3-0100 !W. Ballard Little i [ngagement Announced League Standings Ballard Chiropractor To Attend State Meet Seattle Herb Society Plans June 21 Meeting ~tandin;%~ -- .~e(oml Ii:'Af Dr. K. G. Sonderleiter, Ballard The Seattle Herb Society, Unit - .~. ~ ?-~ ~ .:. : . ~ %on Lo~t chiropractor, will attend the con- 2, will meet at 12:30 p.m. Friday, :" ~ ~ *c' " ;~ " '~: : ~: Pro!fie Tr;,~i r.~: .4 0 vent!on of the Washington Chiro-June 21, in the public library, 4th t;" : ' " "'~- ~! ': " . "~ . ~. L v;,l Re,l~y . :; l I practorSjune 21-23.Association in Wenatchee andTheSpring.herb of the month is roses, -- ~-:' ' : : ;.<: ,?'.:~.~ >:];:#;i" ~. L;u. liard Eli.:~ 1 3 I Three speakers of world-wide and Mrs. John Jarosek will talk on ~"."~.~. ::: .~" :: Bob Rapp's Service 1 ;' i re~)ut'ation will lend their knowl-'roses and rose hips, so noted for ~1-+~7. ,~ ~ ;~'i ~;ii~ ~'!~"~' ~k .:i ,~!.:~: B diard Lions 0 4 d l . :,l ~ ~":-. : ~la ~:.:~ " " " I edge to the three-day seminar: Dr. their high vitamin C content. Mrs. - ~~ ~/t~~ ~ ~Veek's Results Gordon Hcuser of Denver, Dr. W'.Clarence "E. Graves will talk on 1~ '" ~~ ~ 1111 li~ June 10: Pacific Traders, 3; Bal- H. Quigley of the Palmar School rose beads and perfume. Rose ' ~aYl'~{i~'~l,~ ~ u~, ~~ ~ ~][ lard Eagles. 2. Bob Rapp's Service, of Chiropractic, and Dr. C. W. blossom and rose hip tea will be ~.~1~ ~[Ihl~[ [] 12; Ballard Lions, 2. We!ant, a leading researcher of served.- e, ! . ! ~II~l,I~ I~| [] June 11: Loyal Realty, 20: Bal- chiropractic. New officers to be installed are ~ol~r~nlze(~ ~~~[ lard Elks, 8. Pacific Traders, 10; Among other items on the agen- Mrs. F. J. Pelk, president; Mrs. ~ ~ [ [] Ballard Lions, 2. da wiP, be the selection of the~ert S. Swift, vice president; Mrs ~~~[ June 13: Ballard Eagles, 19; "Washi'ngton Correct Posture Alvin Fitzgerald, secretary, and ~1~~| IF Loyal Realty, 1. Ballard El.ks, 12;,- ~1~~1 F: Bob Rapp's Service, 10. Queen' and a review of the Ca- Mrs. H. V. Storey, treasurer. MR. AND MfrS. ~~~l [ Minor League: Yanks 10" Pi- reer Day program hegun this year. rates 10 Giants 15" Cubs 1'4 "The 1963 Career Day program ~[r ~r~ ~-~r ~ .~ * ALLAN CONRAD ~~~[ I must have resulted in at least ten y.l~.~Y /~llvll*~,~r ~~~1 The annual picnic for all major . . ',u.~ ~= FOLMAR ~~~[ . and minor league boys their par- new ehu'opractm students," re- .7 ported Dr. Sonderleiter. P lnano l~ll :- ents and friends, will be behl Sat- I~x~aa~o ,~-,~c~a*l~,~ l~ll [] : :. urday June 22 at Noz'm's Resort ~~~1 [] : i :]on Cottage Lake. l L-. p I- z The regular meeting of Ballard ~~.' ~ :::: The Women's Auxiliary will BONNIE KAY THOMAS arcnle ~. r~sImo[1 VFW Auxiliary will not be held The wedding of Miss Nicolei I meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June --Photo by lean Sardout" * ~ I! I r this week as many members will (Nikki) Marie Ziegler and Mr. I Tt~fl~lm~|~-~ 125. in BaUard Fie,house. Motbers m. and Mrs. L. Thomas of 5ervlces rlel0 June b attend the state convention in Allan Comad Folmar was per- ~- xJ~ aaaaoLa~L~OO of all major and minor league boys 9805 Meridian Ave. N announce Aberdeen June 19-22. The next formed Sunday, May 19, in Sacred K'~]. l~ 1[.~ s~ 1111 I are invited to attend, ", meeting will be held at 8 p m July Heart Catholi'c Church. The Rev. I~-~lUJI~ li[|l~l~|II~ I the engagement of their daughter, Archl. G. Eastman, 76, of236 . Bonnie Kay, to Mr. Thomas F. N.W. 52nd St died June 3. He 18 in Salmon Bay Eagles Hall. Father John Shaughnessy off!c!- ~T /'~t'~'* I Foil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter was born in M'nnesota~ near Min- The local delegat|on, ' planning" to ated. The reception was at the ll ew ~incers IGolden North Unit Foti, 28~6 N.W. 58th St. nea ells and cam -o' eat i attend the convention will be led beach homc of the bride's aunt, I I " P . e t S tle n . M~s Oh~e~ Heck m Faun leroy sl s. ' ',' I m+. Glen Cade, outgoln ,re - Plan Card Party The bride-to-be, a graduate of 1923 president Y Mrs. Georgeand in-comingM rgan' out-goingpresident Lincoln High Schook attended Se- mr. ~4as~man was a commercm~ Mrs Etl~'~ le T h o m "s o n Other The mother of the bride is Mrs. I dent and incomin~' council renre- "-" J attle Pacific College. She is a painter and retired in 1952 He was"'- .~ ~ "~ 3 ' ~ ~ =': ~- Fmenders lnClucle tne vines. L~inDel'E A. J. Eckhuff of 79.6 14th Ave. I " - I - member of Theta Beta Club and a lzze member o~ ,ocal auu, ~'am~ ,~ V~'. --aPm~'~nt< ,f lh~ ~,- 'var~rn .qr~ ~ sentatlve of. the Seattle Toastmls- ~ The. Ladies of the Golden North, Home Economics Club. The groom- ~,~, Tr,~, wennernnu, ~ e o r g e rar~nuuse, Captain and Mrs. Ellis~ A. Folmar, Itress Club, Installed the following i a u. xfllazTl~zoneers wlllt sponsozthe. Alaska-Yukon : elect, a card paz ty is a graduate of Ballard High wlze,"~urm.a~TVlvmg; 7719 Jones Ave N % new officers of Ballard Toast- ' ' ' . ~ .' I School and attended Everett Jun- Mr'uE;?:zma~rarewhi~s weed ~rewsLer, ~alcr~ %Pa~:hc~m: E oy J o h n s t on, o ",~ana lUnCheon at noon Tnursoay nan r~ce. ~or mnn 'A - ~ ~ ^~"Delvin McMillan Danny Mare, The new Mrs. F lmar ~s a native t mistre-s (~luh MOnd,v ~U"O 17. ~ ' I !or College. h,t h~,-] i,~,~;t June zu, at the ~ea~ne ~as w "l ocor e, ~e rue szster'~"-g'~'-'a':'5-~---'--C' ~ir ~ ~el Catherine Jones, LaVeta Nt~rth Morris, Mrs Iv m ~eatue the past' - tour- years I M . A in M o r ga n, president; I 1507. 4th Ave. All are invited tel Hod ' -'. " . and Miss Shirley Jones ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ j rs. Augusta Gay, vice president; J attend, i ~un, ~ea~ue, ana ~wo grins- " ~cnooi m ,~u rs eien ~uva, secretory; ~rsl. ' Roland Halle tends . ]Charles Ticket!, treasurer; Mrs. Mr. Folmar Is a 1959 graduate. Do th Be li . - - }=~.||i~ ~ i~, [ Private services were held June 5 from Wiggen and Sons Chapel, 1 A I T 'r i,Z of Bal}ard High School and at-1 re y rg n, e,u~ represema- [mllv K vornnn i, rnmamn J Conference in Frisco ~ollowed by cremation. 3UG/'~.UII tended -he Univel st" o~'w -" I I l~lve i ~m .~ mmo --~, v v vm~,u , + t "'~y ~ asnng- T'I w IToLt kASTNER S INTS ton where he was afflhated w~thl . . -~ . . h s as the last meeting of the club until fall With the approach Colonel in U S A R / Roland Halle, Seattle represent- ~, (1 el fu. ", M p [of a new term Ballard Toastm]a- / !ative of the Metropolitan Life In- 1'.'. l~al~nryn l~a(I lIE served as . . ' . . . - ~ - g ! tress Club Is mterested In secunng ] Billy R Vernon 2810Golden surance Co was in San Francisco mau"on oI n O n 0 r. 24r. lYnlllp I ! "" " " ' ' or~rn~ 4~ ~ r~,n,~ ~ ~i~h ~,~,~ new menDers, women aeslrlng in- [Drive N.W has been promoted to [ June 17 for a business conference uat'e ~s'er~:e~i "-s~'b'e:s't "m~: ~"~Ir" ! formation about the club are in- I the rank of lieutenant colonel in Iwith officials of the company. M E A T M A R K E T By MAXINE -~ - x~, ~,~ vlted o call Mrs AJ~bert Sundsmo, ] the U S Army Reserve Lt Col Hage, who lives at 3210 N.W. 71st Ballard's Pioneer Meat Market ~:ramer anu --.' a, nave oeen SU 2 "4~" " ~ ' f-iemls since ,childhood and re-! . -u o~. /Vernon, 48, is the intelligence and[St had an exceptional sales and Highlight your hair with e(m*l,tour ~ ~of dutyC'am r)]e,~n.v ~ in the *h.i,' tNavytogether -a" a~:i; lrll 1 - [[securityP rtatl n ffice"andStaglng f the 8697Statmn. TranS-at. amongService thereC rdtop-rankinglaSt yearmembersand is com,limensooul~ealu'#ysfetnl l~re]p color! Temporary rinse, l orl; L,awl;on The newlyweds left on a cross- 1.~ocal rtesments / -+-. . . . of the Metropolitan's staff of al- Home-made 5-week color, or perman- country wedding trip an~ will l I. ~eglnnlng nls. mnlmry se~nce most 30,000 field representatives Country Style vn~l,lke 1h:~,r ni~:;.eh~Im? ~nlmH:nt?s Become Citizens li~?e4wd4:as~h~e:~a~Ste~da~al~?V~wnii in the United States and Canada. BULK SAUSAGE ent hau~ color bath. e+o+. +. the , ~ ,~ The Americanization t~ureau an- the rank of captain l=loelng An'p~ane t~o. I , I nounces nine new muzens trom tne Vernon, born in Kansas, pres- I various classes in citizenship under ently is business and advertising 1 the instmlcti n f Mrs" Lilla C" I m a n a g e r f r the Washingt n ~-'I~?: I, ]] L~ ~,~:~? g~5 ~~:C;; [l~ H~UR6iR ~. terle vtKen Loage Norman. After the summer vaca-[Grange News. He and his wife, I ~ ~ $ Will AA~# Jrr;,4,~ It!on, classes will resume. The lo-]Vlvian, have lived in Seattle since I cO. ~ir teat!on for the Ballard area will bel1954" They have three children: [ ~, ~:r ~fr~l~ ~,~4~ Terje Viken Lod~e No. 31, Sons ', at the Greenwood library. Geoffrey, Barton and Valerie. of Norway will meet at 8 p m ] New citizens from the Ball~rd-[ ] Frilay /tUne 91 in Nordic Hall'!Greenwood libraries class include. ' * {tUALlll mr. and Mrs. Eystem Brandal, l Whllll+r ('llrf, I S !3336 21st N.W.; Mrs. Shirley An-/ ">~ x ***~ ~ I OI m ,c" Circle" Plans : derson, 1148 N W 50~h" Rolf Bran- I l Hair Y P . i dal, 3726 Goiden Gardens Dr.;ITo Be Remodeled ] M [ A T M A R K E June 27 Meetlna i James Clay, 8103 6th N.W.; and I ] . AND COLOR CLINIC "~ . Mr. and Mrs. Steven Verebi, 159i The office spaces of Whittier[ ~y-Mr~r~.:~.-p- ~, ~l,v~, ~ll N. W, 5&th St aT Oh'n-pic Circ.]e N,) ~7, ~,ei;.~h- N.W. 56th Mr and Mrs. Arthur I E?,ementary School will be remod- I 2Ore'" IM.=" W "'" 237 NORTH 143rd ST. ,h*~]S'(+" V,(,d('l:~fl w?,] meet ~t 8 Connell, 6236 5th N.~V are from[eled during the summez' by the] Your Fasbion Number t m. ~-" ~+ :,~'- .u 27, iz. thu ~e class conducted at the YMCA, B. F. Turnbull Co. low bidder for] " EMerson 3-5588 I()OF Hall. 1706 N.VC. M~,rkcL St. 4th and Madison. the job / Weilne i]ay, BOUND-- ~ge~ took + froln Van.e( "oI~-a y and from Seal t! Malene Ren " n agar, lng;~ a I ga~et T]olse aid .M/s. N ,~r. and Mrs operates anywhere Mrs. KHstial ~'lles, Mrs. Oh on a recnargeame,Mrs. ,Villi, K. Nilsen wi battery or on Aq .esiden , Travel al'r~ trkdt ~t T|I ~]aemlWrs got + ---1'| r Bran ,sistor portabl, us"~nag+erIch SlaLer toffice, Savings a] ~cording t( Sharp cuts the price on battery-operated transis-, is!ion pres !or TV to a new, low. Delivers, a rock-steady, Rainier of~ Crystal.clear 8V2 picture that s almost twice: the size. of ordinary transistor TV's-- big enough and br,ght enough for the whole gang to enjoy on picnics or beach parties. So light it travels With you from' room to room onto the terrace into your office. You'll never miss headline- making programs or favorite "IV shows no mat- ter where work or play takes you. Operates on rechargeable battery or regular house current. 23 transistors, 12 diodes, :3 thermistors. EASY TERMS $2299s BI:)II'S ARD 1 BALL BOB McFARLANE 5816 24th Ave. N.W. SU' at Olsen's F.rniture DINETTE SETS at Ols~n's IF.rnitur~ II DAVENPORTS and at Olsen's Fnrnit re LIVING ROOM SETS at Olsen's Furu nre I Cedar Chests, Tables -- and Dining Room Furniture at Ol#eu's F rnlture I I IIII I I I I I MAPLE Dining Room Furniturv at Olsen's Fnruitnre DAVENPORTS and at Olseu's Furnl n .e DAVENPORTS and CHAIR at Olseu's Furniture I I2WING ROOM FURNITURE at Olsen's Fm'mltmre i ii :: ":" ::'":': " "" " "~"i~':"~i :::;'s'" ~ :":"'~ ~^!~;~"~ tier Avc. *': ' " is schedt 'ii: STUDIO COUC][][ES, .day open at Olsen's Fu Phil ~d. area. He ~ls le Ballard t - t~ a member ( . from he romantic er WASHERS and DRYERS Associati .:,;!~,~-~: i~:!~ ',i-."~,; The courtly styi of monarchs and the warmth of French Provincial designs are combined in this master- work of furniture craftsmanship. Gracefully carved legs and swelled drawer fronts are period distinctions cn- haneed by two finishes: sunny Vintage Cherry or stately erene Antique Brushed Gold. of King Louis the Fifteenth ?I Bedroom, Dining Room Fo; TABLE $129.00 nt Ol,en' , CHINA CABINET $229.00 n " day Immnl i ~ ay CC CHAIR +, 34.50 I ROOM BA/I.Alar il BUFFET $169.00 I at Oisen's Furnf ure + n Bay UI P/aces T I LEE5 CARPET ' o team attend I ~~,~o~. Aberdeer I TIL m they plao I at Olsen's Furuiture and secor e~ ,jI~.~ e. Drill Cear --~t Proud of th "~~i-IE~I~,es n, for t~ e c. aptains'~ DELIVERY +3 FRIDAY EVENINGS rRoad at 1', is the