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January 25, 1962     West Seattle Herald
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January 25, 1962
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WEST SEATTLE HERALD Thursday, Jan. 25, 1962 AL-ANONS TO MEET Al Anon will hold a meeting for families and friends of Al- coholics at the Plymouth Con- gregational Church, 500 North Broadway, Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 8:30 p.m. Among speakers will be a so- cial worker, a clergyman and a member of A1 Anon. The meeting is open to the public. PANEL DISCUSSION FOR HI-Y CLUBS Carol Hardin and Nora Salvus will represent the West Seattle Hi-Y clubs on this week's "Youth Speaks Up" radio panel to be presented on KIRO radio at 9 p.m. this Sunday evening. Topic of this week's discus- sion will be "The Trend Toward Centralism in Government". THOR'S TOWING provides the South End with emergency service second to none! Accident Service Flat Tire & Dead Battery Service Car Opening Service Regular Towing & Winch Work Fully equipped, radio dispatched, tow trucks ready to serve you around the clock. WEst 2-9740 Not the Biggest Outfit -- Just the Best i NEW LUCK TOY RESTAURANT- COCKTAILS CGIit. Ave. S.W. WE 7-0106 iI WEST SEATTLE JUNIOR SWIMMERS HOLD LEAD Open at4 p.m. Weekdays  The West SeattIe Y. M. C. A. Sunday-at 12 Noon - m]Junir swimmers maintained their lead in the Puget Sound Swimming Association stand- ings as the boys outswam the previously undefeated Tacoma "LET'S : " STOP00=I: i ! ! Y Swim Team sets national record Breaking the national age group swim- ming record, 200 yards, freestyle, 10 i years and under, tho West Seattle G=rls Swim team are, Debble Thorsen, Gall Hall- ingsworth, Mary Hurley and Sam Welter, photographed with fhelr coach, Milt Y mermen 117 to 66 while their girl teammates outsplashed the visiting Bremerton Y mermaids 111 to 66. The wins virtually assured at least a tie for the league titles for the Dolphin swimmers. Eight new PSSA swimming records were set at i:he meet. THE FALLOUT SHELTER I! ' FOLLY" A forthright statement II : Income Tax = how to meet the real challenge of thls nuclear ap... Service by the famous author of "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" ,,, .... Charles W. Ill.. . ! in Februaz ,,,,... I Smith 4302 S. W. Alaska St. WE 7-0108 Upstairs Above Peoples Drug ,i DELRIDGE AUTO SALES, Inc. Appointed "KEY" DEALER With Distribution To WASHINGTON - OREGON - MONTANA - IDAHO - ALASKA FOR SIMCA Finest Economy Car in Itrs Class --- Equipped for $1750 Because of exceedingly fine past performance in sales, parts and service, of the Simca automobile, Iaaridge Auto Sales, Inc., wc selected for this appoint- ment by the Chrysler Corporation. 4701 Delridge Way S. W. WE 2-5100 CRANGLE'S APPLIANCE - TV ONE-OF-A-KIND! NO TRADES! SAVE NOWI 30" RANGES Frost Proof Refrigerators .o.,'." s329- Reg. $469.95 ...... r-PD.13B-60 BoDom Freezer, 150-lb. capacity. ...... s350 .A.13T-6, S30998 Reg. $439.95 ..... ,-=,0.,, s149. Reg. $199.95 ...... 1--RS-35-61 Fully Automatic. S 177 9s Reg. $229.95 ...... - = 1---RS-30-61 Coppertone pull 'n clean oven. sr=95 Reg. $269.95 ...... RCA TELEVISION 2Y' Table Model ,,. .... $195.00 2Y' Table Model [,..,., $199.95 Walnut Lowboy 23, o r g. 3,9.95 $239.95 Walnut Swivel ,. ,0, ..... $239. g-SavingsNow On Used Appliances I 4504 cCo, n00ia !v00e. ! 'W L "wS85.6139 Orphan. The swim meet, held Jan. 20, West Seattle YMCA Girls vs. Cascade Swim Club of Lake City, saw the local quartet break the old relay record of 2:12.3, setting a new record in the nation of 2:11.9.--Herald .ohofo. YMCA-Church league ,,GH SCHOOL W. L. has 22 teams in First Lutheran ................ 4 0 Fairmount Seniors .......... 4 l basketball Hope Lutheran ................ 2 2 Fairmount Lutheran ...... 2 2 The Y. M. C. A.-Church Bas- Fairmount Juniors .......... 1 2 ketball League reached its mid- Tibbetts Methodist ........ 0 4 way point with a total of 22 teams for the space available at West Seattle High School West Seattle each Wednesday and Thursday evening. Over 200 boys are in- tv volved in the program. Beau_. Salon As a result of one or two 4225 Admiral Way point victories, a tremendous competitive spirit has develop- along with the fun and fel- lowship of church and Y. M.- C. A. teams. As a result of this associa- tion, good sportsmanship grows, and herein lies part of the pur- eE this league. Along with the many fine HIGH CASUAL ms in the league, many fine coaches and ball players assem- STYLING PERMANENTS ble in the high school gym each LAMP CUTS week. The league standings as of Permanents and Styling Saturday, Jan. 13 are as Eel- For Problem Hair lows: AMERICAN LEAGUE Try An Air Wave W. L. by Mr. Campeau First Lutheran ................ 5 0 leading hair stylist High Point Christian .... 4 1 Gladiators ........................ 3 2 Ruth - Helen Chargers .......................... 2 31 Hope Lutheran ................ 2 3 WE 2 9761 Presbyterian Red ............ 1 4 ttustlers ............................ 0 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Presbyterian Blue .......... 6 0 Mavericks ...................... 6 0 FREE First Lutheran ................ 4 2 Chiefs No. 1 ........................ 4 2 PRESCRIPTION Olivet ................................ 3 3 Presbyterian White ........ 3 3 DELIVERIES Caballeros ........................ 3 3 W. S. Christian ................ 1  B CM  Chiefs No. 2 ...................... 0 "Y'-- Nint____hh ......._...............___.........___ O 6 Hiawatha club 'S sale planned Friday hescrlption The Hiawatha Garden C l u b Pharmacy will hold a "White E 1 e p h ant Sale" at their first meeting v. 5435 California Ave. S.W. the new year, Jan. 26, at the WE 74722 Hiawatha Fieldhouse. D u r i n g the morning study hours Mrs. 2 RUNS DALLY V. G. Crowl will discuss "Prun- 3 p.m. end 7:00 p.m. ing and Winter Spraying." Scheduled exhibits to be dis- r played at the meeting include: Valentine Composition, Natura- design, arrangements us- YOU Are Cordially listic ing dried material, corsages, and any horticulture specimens Invited to An in season. L The afternoon program will OPEN HOUSE feature "Table Settings" by a member panel of eight. Table Showing Finished settings for a Sunday Night Sup- per, Washington's Birthday, Lin- Driftwood Pieces coin's Birthday, St. Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Formal by Students of Dinner, Informal Dinner a n d Birthday Party will be display- Marguerite Smith ed. Scltlrdoy, January 27 King's Teens banquet Noon to 8 p.m. Rejreshments expec,sa,uw Five thousand young people Register Now For are expected to attend the lath Annual King's Teens Banquet at 6:45 p.m. on Feb. 9 at Sand New Classes in Point NaVal Air Station. Wayne Adams, youth evange- Driftwood Finishing list, from Portland, Ore., will be the speaker and Bill Jack- beginning Feb. 1 son, nationally recorded bari- tone, native of Burlington, Call Wash., will sing. In addition he 60-voice King's High Choir Marguerite Smith, and brass ensemble will take Instructor in the program. The King's Teens work wa: WE 2-6327 originated by the late Mik e Junior-Sr. YMCA I Offer Free Wash Red Cross classes L Grand Opening Day in lifesaving offered I ,ed Dyer announces tbat the [One Stop Cleaning Shop at 4507 i The combined YMCA - Red Cross courses of lifesaving and water safety for both juniors and seniors will be conducted at the West Seattle Community Swimming Pool as soon as enough enrollments are re- ceived. The class will be held on and 4509 S. W. Wildwood Place, is now operating under new management. Featured is one hour "Martin- izing", cleaning and pressing or a special "we clean-you press" 10 pounds for $2.00. Also announced is the grand opening of a coin operated wash W!IJ,IAMSON IN JAPAN WIT!! !l MARINE AIR Lance Corporal Frank K. Wil-lmother, Mrs. liamon, 1959graduate of Wes'l!33 Belmont E., Seattle high school, is serving/that he has been in in the Marine Corps in Japan [for three years, a the 1st Marine Air Wing. Hisis his last year in SPECIAL THIS COUPON WORTH $3.00 On Any Permanent $10.00 and Good Through January Only Thursdays from 4-6 p.m. and and dry at the same location. ' will consist of both theory and Saturday, Jan. 27 from 8 a.m. Haircuts . . . . . $' practice, to 6 p.m. free wash is offered Boys and girls 12 years of on.Grand,Opening Day_ For in- l l Operators To ,%,rye Y,,a age and older are eligible to qulrms telepnone WE z-atz. take this training if they are in  Virginia Leach Inn Sisson Alvina d good physical health and have TRI-SQUARE DANCE Rose Rhod,s Gloria McGrady Toni Prlc. good swimming ability. IANIVERSARY PLANNED Frances Soufheard Lois Kakuschk. Sue Dawson Phyllis Stark Lorefta Eccles Information concerning this l The Tri-Squares dance Club program may be obtained are holding a sixth anniversary calling the Aquatic dance withguest callers at the AART BEAUTY Nest Seattle Community Swim, Highpoint Community .hall Jan. ming Pool, WE 5-2270. 27. "Parlay Six is the theme Open Evenings Monday Thru Frida' with prizes and fun galore. All 6017 California Ave. S. W. square dancers are welcome. Housewives may attain Lifesaving badge atYMCA p0ol You and Your Friends "Houseyives" Life Saving Class-- The West Seattle Com- munity Swimming Pool will of- fer a lifesaving course for "Housewives" each Thursday morning from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Women who are interested may take this course, and those in- terested in certification as Sen- ior Lifesavers may take the pre- scribed tests at the end of the course for certification. Further information this program may be by calling the West Seattle Corn munity Swimming Pool, WE 5- 2270. BOB JONES AWARDED MAN OF YEAR PLAQUE Bob Jones, retiring City Coun- cilman received the Young Man of the Year award at the award banquet of the West Seattle Jay- cees held in Kermit's Tuesday evening. A complete story with photograph will appear next week. BETHEL NO. 58 TO HAVE OFFICIAL VISIT Bethel No. 58, International Order of Job Daughters w i 1 1 meet Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Olympic Heights Hall. T h ey will welcome Mrs. Alvina Selv- es, grand guardian of the state of Washington, who will make her official visit at this time. Tile group will also honor past guardians, associate guardians and honored queens. APPLIANCE SERVICE SEATTLE APPLIANCE SERVICE COMPANY Guaranteed Service All Makes Appliances 4601 37tb S. W. WE S-2989 COMPLETE AUTOMOTWIS REPAIR Hiawatha Garage 4200 Admiral Way WEst 1-0286 For All Your Office Supply Needs WEST SEATTLE HERALD 4010 S. W. Almka Street BARBER Star Barber Shop No. 2 Now OFee--1321 Harbo Ave. Good barbers to serve you. Bring your children Open Man. thru Sat. 8 to 6 CABINET MAKING CUSTOM CABINETS & MILLWORK VECO, INC. No lob too large or too moil Z400 Harbor Ave. S. W. WE 8.9711 Eves 1t 34861 Ace Supply Plywood--custom cut to order. Cabinets 4611 3Sth Avenue S. W. Martin who was instrumental in or ELECTRICAL APIq.IANCIS ounding the King's Garden at The E---:-=Appl ca N. 190th and Fremont in Seat- qe. The King's Teens work un- ift d Sh Inn s ter the direction of Jack Greer Dr woo op r+,++++. now has some 65 Bible Clubs -eeting throughout the North- 1329 Hm=r Ave. S. W. *+est. tiffs and Art S.ppHes Ware & Hosey Ticket information may be WE 2-9826 4740 Calif. Ave. WE 7-3800 had by calling the King's Teens 3ffice in Seattle at Lincoln 2- ELEGIrRiCAL SERVICE 3131, Extension 40. - "=N PERSON itl WARREN'S ELECTRIC III Wiring and CARL HELANDER II *'++"" FREE ESTIMATES Day or Evening WE Ir4811 I I IN POPULAR ORGAN CONCERT Ill On Gulbrausan Rialto Orcjan Ill "+'a"ca+. WZR]Q - A.IINAN WO]KI At PALOMAR THEATER II! Thursday, February 8th, 8:30 P.M. -II1 OtNT mU .  T,,aalN--llr m" N! l',.^6ee Shermem Clay, 1,624 4th Ave. Ill =, o, woE =,e ' =. /ll, llle West SeMl'le Organ Sales, 4786 r-aumleroy Way S.W. LI I   Ml Lw.  I are cordially invited... to visit our aufomaic, coin operated dry cleaning establishment Io af 13612 Ambaum Road. You may clean such as, SWEATERS - SKIRTS - DRESSES - DRAPERIES - BLOUSES - COATS - JACKETS - SHIRTS, etc. 8 pund+ S2.00 We are sure you will be well satisfied wlfh fhls money and saving method of cleaning. Consultants will be on duty at all times to advise and Lassiter's Automatic Coin Operated Dry Cleanin 13612 AMBAUM ROAD Open at 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Seven Days A WEST SEATTLE ELECTRICAL SERVICE lIf Chrlstonsen Electric Wiring FOR ALL PURPOSES New Consfrutlon, Remodeling, Eleofrle Heet - Meintonunce 3400 WaiNt Aen. WE 7.7448 OIL BURNER SERVICE Reece Burner Serwce 24-HOUR SERVICE CHewy 1-877 SEPTIC Sewer Quick and CH 2-1 SEPTIC WINDOW GLASS All Kinds Glasswork, Tubletops, Shelving, Mirrors West Seattle Glass |608 Calif. Ave, Wll 7-04110 r HEATIIG WEST SEATTLE FURNACE SALES - SERVICE LENNOX OIL or GAS W8 8.$484 Painting and Decorating Resldent;el and Commercial Neat, Fast Service -- Reasonabl. -- Paperhanging a Speoieltyl FOR PROMPT SERVICE VERN FITZGERALD WE 6-9669 WEST SIDE TRUCK LETTi "Arnie" 3704 W. Almka TV SERVli I ELLIS OVER 25 YEARS RADIO & TV IN 6412 Calif. Ave . TV. RADIO - Use Prof.ssional Is A 6701 Calif. Ave 4225 S.W. Alaska PLUMBING Pacific Coast Plumbing & Heatiog S281 Calif. Ave. WE 7.9114 OocmmeJal, Resklential & Rmodd 0ACI HOE FOR Hill Furniture & U JanuarY Sale 20 and 3. E. WIARD - 2618 Calif. Ave. B.W. REMODELING eo. S.o. Remodeling Service Of All Kinds DESKINS Aluminum Windows - HEATING SERVICE Siding - Screens . Doors 7gS 18tk S.W. WE 7.800 PHILIP L. CEIS WE 2-8837 .......... LAUNDRT ii , WE DO YOU DO HIGH POINT SELF.SERVICE LAUNDRY PICKUP end DELIVERY 6313 34th S.W. W8 7-78 (BsJ ot Albertim's) SHAG RUGS - DRYING NURSING HOMI ,m.., i WEST HAVEN NURSING HOME 24-Hour Nursing Care I Member of Washington Sute Nursing Home Association State Llcense No. 338 Pkene Wl ll-ll00 LET US ESTIMATE YOUR REMODELING PROBLEMS Free Estimates .. also Financing CALL RaN, WE 7-7142 REWEAvlNG REWEAVING FINE MENDING Kn|fs Repaired & Shorfene,'l West Seattle Reweving Shop 48Jtl Calif. Ave. S.W. WE 7-8377 Your Ad This Only $1.8! Week Cotton's U Call for Free WE urn;fure RemodelJ JACK 6400 Vz Californio VACUUM Hoover Repair on WEST SEATTLE SALES & 2727 Calif. S.W. Cards to West 4010 W.