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MORE COALFIELD leave from Texas where he ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Phil- and neighbors May20. CARE TO BE TAUGHT meeting this month, has been stationed in the Air lips, 14831 196th Place S.E. Deanne Meeks and Buddy Red Cross classes in mother Jim McShane, son of the Force. He will return to duty was guest of honor when her Reynolds had a joint'sixth birth, and baby care will start June William McShanes of 13626 in Montana. mother gave a seventh birth-, day party in Mrs. Richard Pier- 17 and registrations are being " 190th Place S.E is home on Little Julia Phillips, daugh- day party for ten of her friends son's morning kindergarten accepted at Red Cross Nursing class Monday, May 20, at May Services, MA 3-2800. The six- Valley School. Cupcakes and session course will meet Mon- Tootsie Pops were treats en- days, WednQ,sdays and Fri- joyed by all the youngsters, days from 10 to 12 noon and Gregg Alexander, May Val- from 7:30to 9:30p.m. ELECTRIC SERVICE MAY PAiD AT ley School third grader is hav- ing trouble writing his lesson9 A-uoTION since he sprained his arm last week. He must wear a sling for S A L E awhile. Physical Fitness Day was held EVERY SAT. NITE at May Valley School Wednes- 6:30 P. M. day, May 22. The youngsters in the fourth and fifth grades AT were tested for their physical NEW LOCATION abilities in such activities as the pull-ups, sit-ups, shuttle 15801 WEST VALLEY run, 800-yard run-walk, base- HIGHWAY ball throw, the 50-yard dash FIND OUT FOR YOURSELVES and the standing broad jump. During the exercises, Mrs. M. Mitchell was hit rather pain- fully with a baseball that was thrown by one of the young- sters. The S. J. Houlbjerg family is spending a couple of weeks in Montana because of illness in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wade are parents of their first child, a boy who has been named Ken- neth Dale. Mrs. Wade is the former Sandy Wressell. Sunny Suburbanite Home- makers Club members met Thursday evening, May 23, for About Our brushable, loveable permanent wave/ M0n-Tues Weds ONLY You can have our reg $25.00 permanent wave for 12s0 91us hair cut Have a fresh new fashion point of view this ycaH Our smart halt-do. Cut to frame your pretty face and properly permed to stay in place. We Invite You to VISIT Our NEW SALON At .CROSSROADS. It Is Something You Will Enjoy. BELLEVUE Call us today CROSSROADS SALON SALON 10674 NE 8th St for your 156th & NE 8th GL 4-7976 next Beauty Appointment SH 6-8200 FOR THE '63 GRADUATE LOVELY WHITE SHEATH DRESSES JEWELRY -- NYLON HOSE SWEATERS -- GLOUSES SPRING BAGS -- SPORTSWEAR SMART NEW SHIFTS -- SUITS -- LINGERIE -- ROBES AND MANY OTHER GIFT IDEAS Eastgate -- SH 6-1481 Rose Hill -- VA 2-2441 Crossroads -- SH 6-8480 Renton -- AL 5-1868 its monthly meeting. President Mrs. Clam Muhich gave a make- up demonstration. A gift was presented to the president by the members in appreciation of the year's work she has put in as president. Mrs. George Wressell is vaca- tioning in Chicago Mrs. Ralph Geele and chil- dren, Laura and Erik, of Haw- thorne, Calif., spent a few days visiting the H. E. Reynolds I I I BONUS TIRE SALE WITH 4 POWERLUX DEEP TREAD, SAFETY LINER TIRES You Get Your Choice of 3 Bonuses 4' Charl[e Boy platform ladder - - - $10 value pair of fold-away Han- dy Horses - - $14 value (Opposite LongAcres) Suburban King County's Oldest Furniture Auction NEW & USED Ranges, Refrigerators, TV's Bedroom Sets, Dinette Sets Bunk Beds, Rugs, etc. Items Sold on Consignment For Further Information CALL AL 5-7122 BENTON AUCTION Company front & +win rear floor mats to fit your car $13.50 value + 5% DISCOUNT CHECK TODAY FOR YOUR BONUS WITH OTHER TIRE PURCHASES AUBURN BRANCH 232 C St. N.E. Phone TE 3-3550 or AL 5-1533 or TA 4-0464 LIGHT IN WEIGHT... EASY TO USE... EASY TO STORE, AND WITH EXTRA POWER FOR ALL YOUR MIXING NEEDS! family. .::.:.:... :...:..:: :.:: ::::: :. :.:.:.:.....:.. ,:.:.:.., ~ ,...