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dnesday, Juniillednesday, July 31,1963 7 ~ THE BKEEKRD NEWS --._ Stinger,- 3-0100 ru- j'EnaI Rites Will be Held Ballard Barracks, Merle G. Wilson Page Five; RASTNER'S; I! . O . Dar/Id C_She|bv tor Hughey A_ Dotson Aqullary WWI Promoted to Major .v ' ; ' ' ' ‘ Merle G. WiIson, 503 N.W. 205th f ‘g as “.19 commum 2 Plcnlc Aug“ St., was promoted to a major in M E A I M A R K E Is 90 miles aWiflvoM; I the U.S. Army last week. He is Ballmd’s Pioneer Meat Marketa Ight to his OPH“ I", P d Funeral seI'VICeS for Hughe‘y A- The Ballard Barracks and Auxil- assigned to the Operations Branch . iv, ‘oneous. But d099,,” "9&0" Of 7052.J°ne5 Ave- N‘W-i iary of Veterans of World War I of the C-3 Section, X U.S. Army .1 fly, to “advance ha ‘ p .11 be had Flfldayi August 2, at will hold its picnic at upper Car- Corps with headquarters at Fort , r1) ,, , _, ; rpose"? Does he“ I l ‘ p.m. 1n Mittels‘taélt‘s Ballard keek Park Saturday, August 3,.Lawton, Washington. During hisl C ome P605 5“)" YO» use the name of: ' «1211381- Interm‘lient W111 be “1 EV' beginning at 11 am. Lunch will . 16 years’ active service, the 37- I . , . 3‘ ty and the title H.’ g "i'green Memorlal Park- MY- 1301' be at 1 p.m.; coffee, cream andlyear-old officer has seen duty withl }uSt can t get a EO'Tld r to spread emo éedf'. W I h . J31 Passed away Jilly 29 at the sugar will be furnished. For trans- the 27th Infantry Regiment in which meets thtst I6 6 S son He'd age of 79 years. portation, call SU. 2-4339 or SU. Korea and the 9th Infantry Regi- steak or p r i m e rib official cornle 2 £ y Born in Buffalo, West Virginia, 3-7306. ment in Alaska. « I Mr. Dotson came to Seattle from I ~ ;he many scholarsv , Leavenworth, Washington in 1913. anymore' have . ty of known Sch ’ He was a retired locomotive en- gineer, retiring in 1955 after 45 “Ct “lad—- years‘ service with the Great Nor- ,hern Railroad. He was a life .Tember of the B. of L, E., Division .io. 798( a life member of the' 3. of L. E. No. 501, a life mem- ‘ier of Greenwood Lodge NO. 253, . and A. M. and a member of Se— WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP? "W'e are laborers together with God.” I Cor. 3:9 Prayer, witnessing and a Spirit-filled Christian life are among God‘s most valuable instruments for winning a lost world 1 II > nant leftist atmofl ? Why doesn't that :sident suggest Ill] . and more time mpg; nd less on the 5t" u“ ,alified to talk a 9. -Charles '2 Why doesn’t”? . 9 It - .5321...qu M5,..- Ileddmg Vows Florida David C. Shelby KASTNER'S Quinn MEAT MARKET/u in a helicopter recently at EllySO'n Field Auxiliary Landing Field in Pensacola, Fla. The training he is coral colored glads and white receiving in Helicopter Training ' i Elms were the decorations at the Engagement Squadron Eight is preparing him .ttle Areie No. 1 F. 0. E back to Himself. . n" ,lIerld W ’ ' N. "I ‘I. 0' re! the eiépffigsbgc I: “h ——Phoio by _ He is survived by his wife, Mary CAN EVE HELP YOU? ' W' 56 s ipdrtmEU essaryfoi ,1 Johanson Studio R, a daughter, Mrs. Maurice N. W. aegiiéttrfizcreal fat/i Champ of Skagway, Alaska and a Phone SU. 3-70ll Write "Good News," SU t 2 5400 . m, ‘0’}, Melvmi 0f sea-Iftlei W0 gl‘and' 9:00 P.M. to 12:00 P.M. P.O. Box 5184, Ballard Sta. use " is . Dog. p children also survwe. .. ' ho, b Naval Aviation Cadet David . ' 1 0 y Shelby made his first solo flig , r ' . s'IlIIIe u, 0 Presented Nightly G E E I S F R I G I R E Aug. 1 Through 14 THREE DAYS ONLY —- (Thursday. Friday. Saturday) Familiar songs bringing nostal- gic memories of days gone by will be offered as a bonus musical for Seattleites as one of the features of this year’s all-new Aqua Follies of 1983." " A1 Sheehan’s annual spectacular at the Green Lake Aqua Theatre will be presented nightly at 8:30, August 1-14. Special moonlight matinees are set for 11:30 p.m. Saturday, August 3 and 10. From the fast-paced strains of “The Continental” to the current “Days of Wine and Roses,” the “Golden Years” production will feature memorable melodies that have won the Academy of Arts and Science awards dOwn through the years. Aqua Follies still is primarily a water show and that part of the presentation has not been neg- lected. The swimmers will be head— lined by Becky Collins, a Univer- - sity of Indiana junior, making her professional debut. Miss Collins is a four-time world record holder. Those wonderfully talented, zany clowns, the comic divers, are, back with more andbetter routines. The lineup , includes Hobie Billingsley, Orwin Harvey, Joaquin; ‘Capilla, Dick. Kimball, Ron O’Brien and Ron Jaco. ' . r - Johnny Matson, the man with a million funny gains, will return apel on the Hill, Fort Lawton, for a commissmn and destg‘natlon , lat : ;as a qualified helicopter pilot. '1 Hallway afternoon' July 20’ When He has received extensive ground /. h s NICOIette Depree and Lleu' , school training and will develop his Unant Charles Redfield Welsh, , skills in three types of helicopters "8‘ Army, exchanged wedding used by the Navy. and Marine E I “We, The Rev. William G. Hansel.) Corps. Before entering the Navy ‘ [N 01‘ of Mt. Olive Lutheran in June, 1961, he attended the Uni- ll Year ’13”, ' ch officiated. . versity of Washington.- Cadet Shelby is the son of Mrs. ' We I e bride is the daughter of Dr. '0985 W00 “rep I Mrs. James Fenger DePree,v Caroline A. Shelby, 6553 3rd Ave. N.W., who received the following E RIVER —-— ONLY, £3008 33rd N.W., and the groom’s ants are Colonel and Mrs. r TWO; fo n, lb letter in connection with her son’s ,I'Ies E. Welsh, Armed Forces training: ' My dear Mrs. Shelby: I 1 ch extra P‘ f C k V It IS a pleasure to inform you ' °' °° ‘ , ollege, Norfol , irginia,. 7, Saturday N’gpfll came west for the Wedding. lay a, extra! ‘5 bride's gown was of ivory that your son recently received his designation as a Naval Aviator at " t1 0I'ganza over taffeta, fashion- °niprincess lines, with chapel Helicopter Training Squadron GE I CREEK LOD' 11‘ i The fitted bodice was de- Eight, Auxiliary Landing Field, Pensacola, Fla. 1 offer my congrat- Falls, Washing?“ ed with cowl neckline and " h‘quarter length sleeves. Re- ulations on this occasion. gifiidered, jeweled Alencon lace q FRIGIDAIRE DRYER Just one dial to set for drying any fabric beautifully! ' ‘5- ' Only Frigidaire has flowing heat that dries breeze fresh! 0 Available in color at the price of white This important event is the cul- ues detailed the neckline. Her mination of many months of in- aer~tip length veil. was caught tensive application on his part while undergoing long periods of academic, military, and flight hand-sewn rose of matching training. All of his efforts during material, and she carried a. a(Han arrangement of garden- ;tephanotis and lilies of the MARLENE JOY JOHNSON these long months of training have been directed toward the attain- Mrs. Hugh Easters of 1811 N.W. ment of his Navy “Wings of Gold.” Market St. announces the engage- His designation represents a, major ment of her daughter, Miss Mar- milestone in his professional ca— lene Joy Johnson, to Mr. Thomas reer, and certainly an important Wayne Spell, son of Mr. and Mrs. achievement to him persimally. Duffy SP9“ of SulphubLa- You can take justifiable7p1‘idc‘ The bl‘ide'to'be is a 1962 grad— in your son’s accomplishments. uate of Ballard High 5013001. Hel‘ Naval flight training is difficult fiance is serving in the U.S. Navy, and competitive . The successful presently stationed aboard the completion of the Navy flight USS Mal‘ion- syllabus requires ability, persever- The couple plan to be married ance, courage; and hard WQl‘k- 38‘ December 7, in Woodland Park ing designated a Naval Awator at Methodist Church. Ellyson Field, the only helicopter ______.__ training station for the Navy, Ma.- I‘S. John Lawson Webber,.sis— «0f the bride, was the matron of Her gown was of coral ChiffOn over taffeta, with ,, ' She wore a feather headpiece ,‘mat'ch, and carried a nosegay c“harm carnations. - Richard E. Skaggs, Lieu- t. United States Army, was est man. Ushers were Mr. , I'II'III,‘I;I;I,’I,’I,‘I x -,,,1 MODEL WDS-l IlI‘I’IIIIIMI ‘ : R as master of ceremonies_ other FPDS-MT-l G E stage acts will include West and '3‘“ CU- "- NET CAPACITY 0 Automatic soak Cycle! .‘flfifigfijfiéfififififihfl?fiflfi ' Rinses in fresh running water! . . . V i , SAVE $25.00 . . Tanzl, Hervey HICkS and Burt ' ~ 0 Cleans clothes made and out! Hanson. The. central characters ' ‘ will be surrounded by the lovely ' Available in color at the price of white Model DDAs-h; Aqua Dears water ballet troupe O No Defrosting — even ’ and the Aqua Darlings precisiOn of freezer with exclu- WA dancers. . . siveFrOst—Proof system Tickets, priced at $2, $2.50, $3, a loo-lb. zero zone. $3.50 and $4, are on sale at Sher- Freezer * ‘ , * g man, Clay and. the Aqua Theatre 0 Twin glide~out fruit I box office, which. is open daily and vegetable s .- >5 .. - , from noonuntil‘Q p.m. , 'Hydrh’ofs . , ‘ ' oAvaiIabIc in color'ot' , WITH the price of white ' TRADE . . ~IIPP|lcanIS"-Sought in. 5 Army, and Mr. Philip De the bride’s brother. John 11 Webber, Jr., the bride’s field nephew, was the ring- ~' Richard Engstrom, the solo- Sang “I Love Thee” and ‘el‘e 'Ere You Walk”. Mrs. d Pauls presided at the organ. 91‘ the wedding, the bride’s mo- t’Wore a.~ g’own; of geranium chiffon, with matching. hat maccessories and corsage of 8‘“ Cymbidium orchids. The rine Corps and Coast Guard, he is Telephone Growth not only qualified in fixed wing aircraft but he has the additiopil qualification as a helicopter pi o . Announced By The U.S. Navy is proud to add his name to the illustrious list of RiChard sanderson naval 3. via 1'. o r s. For his ‘fine , achievement, I was pleased that A major telephone expansion we at Ellyson Field had thean- and improvement project for Bal— flege 0f “Signatng him and givmg . . . N s. . , lard and Northwest Seattle area Healfrgofig‘gmonal avy lgnal’ cup 1 a tm’s mother’s gown_ washofi" telephone users is underway in the E_ H_ 310311.3pr . ' f~ ‘wgray Silk organza» Wlth w 1° SUnset telephone building. Commander, .USNv ‘ ‘ Ore matching hat and acces- cup 2 and corsage of orchids. It“: bride, a graduate of Ballard 3 Ity school, attended the Univer- oup 3 , f . V 0 £0an Guard Officer *EVEN lESS WITH A TRADE Candidate School The~Commandant,' U. S. Coast . Guard has announced that there are still openings available in the Officer Candidate School classthat will convene on September 15, Upon completion of 17 I weeks training, graduates will be com- missioned Ensign in the U. S. Coast Guard Reserve. College sen- iors and graduates may fulfill their military obligation through» the Coast Guard Officer Candidate School program. For further information, write Commandant (FTP-2), U. S.‘ Coast Guard, Washington, DC. Pacific Northwest Bell district Commanding Officer; manager Richard A. Sanderson ‘_—_‘—“‘ ‘ ‘ ' ' t t $132,000 h b 0 1 ._ :Zicilnaliiliedstodngrovide for teEISphgfi: ‘ . growth in the SUnset telephone area, improve voice quality and in- troduce the “Dial 1” feature as a safeguard for Direct Distance Dial- ing- The,P1'Oje(§ti underway sum" The regular monthly meeting of early spring. Will be completed by Parents Without Partners Will be- October 1. _ held at Gethsemane Lutheran The mOSt Sigmflcant Part of the Church, Tuesday, August at 7:30 multi—thousand 010113? mve§tmfmt p.m. Guest speaker will be the is modification of dial switching well-known Seattle psychiatrist Dr. equipment to pmde the Dial 1 Richard Jarvis, his topic, “You feature- Beginning OCtOber 1’ 311 Never Listen." telephone Users throughout Seattle A boat dance aboard the Silver and Mercer Island will have to Swan is n -. scheduled for August 16. $2106 1 Dali’s; tgafig Dlslggéeggsn Reservations are under the direc- pointed out that misdialing the 2):? :Yfm‘goofii'ngggthf EM- 2‘9125 first digit of :1 “SU. number h e . .. t in today can go to “MU. 3” telephone 152ng iggciwltteg igoAgtgfi‘os at: in Sequim’ Since the telephone Pre' grits and thginihiidgen 1to bet-geld fix determines the routing of calls t Twi H b St t P k Au within Western Washington. a n ar O” a e at . ' “M k~ Pcessar to dial .1, gust 24 and 25. .For further infor- a mg 1 n’ 3’ mation, call Olivee Heggem,, S'U. 01:12:: Friday Evenings Until e rke's 55 Years in Ballard 5511 24th Ave.pN.W. 50.34234" , ,0 Washington. She is Bal- m} " hrs 1962-63 Queen, and a Sea- \A to C WID 1861 Princess. Her husband is a. ” (Mgraduate of the U.S. Military hemy at West Point. ‘- , 9 couple will make their first . -l ' in Auburn, Wash, until next ‘» ltd When their next assignment ‘ “W will be in Alabama. EXTRAS AT OERKE'S 5‘Free Parking ' 0’ Oman-act Charges 'Gerke’s Own Financing SAVE! .. 0 l-YearFree Service On All N ow Appliances j Free Estimates . W0" aver 41 Years “' WIRING DEVICES AND INSTALLATION LARGE SELECTION or _ LIGHTING FIXTURES * ELECTRIC HEAT INSTALLATION APPLIANCE SALES AND MATERIALS Owie Electric ~ 5350 Ballard N.w. u. S. GOOD BLADE CUT Pat 4 3 C O F F E E:1:i:j::::;;:;;;;‘.11’;..‘:::EliZ ,, ,_ . CH EESE...........2 a. 49‘ 4 BBBI SIBW....;..... 5 9c lidrk8iBeansa ‘1 Washington Slicing ' Solid Head muons EFFECTIVE TnvnsnAY, FRIDAY, and sATufinAY PEACHES “5""05 Ballard 81 Wm Market C Corner Of 20th N. W. and Market St. Open Daily 9 mm. to 9 p.m. . Closed Sunday night tollmlt Reserved to reach the DDD network will 4_4747 eliminate such dialing errors on ' local phone calls,” he explained. . _ , I, . I fii addition to providing “Dial amplifiers to insure, peak voice 1” for DDD, work includes in— transmissmn quality, creasing the dial switching capa— Sanderson said the new-,j‘dial , city of the Sunset Telephone Build- equipment is expected to prOVide ing by 2,500 lines to an ultimate for continuing growth of the-Bale capacity of 23,870 lines and instal- lard-Northwest Seattle areafor the, lation of 221 “repeaters” or voice next three years. h Z.- 5 V2 TINS Classes FOr'Beginners -- Intermediates, -- Advanced‘f‘f- RENTAL"—“SAL_ES"—“SERVICE l ' MARINE SALVAGE And REPAIRS ' BOAT MAINTENANCE 24-HOUR Introductory 0fier AIR SPECIAL SERVICE August 2 to August 12 Only 75c PER FILL . SU- 3-7200 A.K.l.. MARINE DIVING C0. 2824 MARKET ST. . su. 3.7200