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/ 10 - NORTHSHORE CITIZEN', Wed. March 1968 REMINISCING ABOUT PAST Ken Pearson, seated, recalls with Charles Asbury how he once wielded the baton with the Bothell Phllharmonle Orchestra. The pair of directors glance through some or the 1:71/i:' 0 CONCERTS music which the orchestra played in /ts heyday of 1946-49. CITIZEN-NEWS Photo. I J Bothell's Own Philharmonic Twenty years ago this week, the Bothell Philharmonic Orchestra was rehearsing for its annual Mother's Day concert in the old BotheII High 5churl gym. now destroyed by the wrecking bar. Bothell's own symphony contained a number of faces still familiar 20 years later. At left rear stands orchestra director Ken Pearson behind his wife. seated. In left center foreground with his violin is Kenmore junior high principal Charles Asbury. In center foreground with her. cello is Gladys Kaysner. The composition of the orchestra Is (back row, standing) Pearson. Ruth Robertson. Billle Reposa, Grant Spicer, Clyde Evans. Mary Staples. Jerome Bosley. (Back row. seated) Mrs. Chris 5orenson. Darlene art,, Mrs. Ken Pearson, Joe Staples, Helen Pisley. Fred Lunghard, R. E. Cunningham. Bud McDole, Kelth Miller, Elsie Horton. Lyle Tallman. Bill Button. ltenry RIsiey, Dan McLean. (Middle row. seated) Doris Orsinger, Camilla Boyd, Ray Donoyhue, Leone Finferson. Jackie Bills. Jnyce Cunningham. (Front row. seated) Asbury. Eleanor Lapthorn, unidentified. Gladys Kaysner, Bill ~inne..tte. Will Beardsley and Martin Sehoeggl. Inglemoor Honor Roll Shows Communicate Pupils With Straight Barbell recorded two auto More than200lnglemoorltigh Morgan, Cindy Morse. Penny accidents last week, one on the School students were named to Mullen, James Nelson, JanNel- Wayne curve. Seven Northshore librariansthe first semester honor roll. son, Don Newton. Steve Peter- A 1955 convertible driven by will learn this weekend of a Among those attaininF a 3.0 son, Morrie Pigott, Mary Prue. Ronald A. Wick of Index, a proposed library communica-grade point average or better Ro~er Riekert, Dorian Dad- tions network tying together were 2'/ who made stralght-A, owski, Kathy" Schmalz, David 32-year-old logger, wastotaled out when Wick failed to negoti- cooperating libraries of the The 4.0 students are Elleen Sharpe, Ann Shaw, Chris Sli- ate the curve at 4:9.0 a.m. last state. Allemeler, Deborah Ashby, gar, Marvin Snyder, BarbaraThursday. Bothell librarian Mrs. Laura Vlckle Bacon, Lanna Dietz. Jill Stanley, Llnda Stewart, Jeffrey Police are im'estlgating the Corner and Northshore school Fortun" Judith Forbes, Chris Stlth, Bruce Stacker, Robert librarians Barbara Plucker.lrmscher, Geoff Klein, Patti- Stockman, JoAnne Tietjen, I.in- possibility of mechanical fail- BOTHELL ~ A police of- fleer responding to a pedestrian accident on Bothell Way last Thursday afternoon found his own child had been injured. When officer Dolmar Hall answered an accident call at Cedar Street and Bothell Way at 4:53 p.m., he found his son, Tony, 6, had been struck by a car. The child was taken to a nearby clinle where his injuries were classed as minor. The accident occurred when Tony ran down the sidewalk and Into Barbell Way without stop STEVEN GREGORY ping. Mrs. Missouri GlgllottI, Kiw 40, of Seattle, attempted to stop, ahis but her 1960 station wagon struck the child. The Halls live on nearby 101st Avenue NE, and Tony ~even Gregory, l'/-year-old was bound for a local service Bothell High School senior, has station, without parental per- mission" In order to obtain a been selected hy the North- shore Kiwanis as the "Youth free balloon, of the Month" for March. Steven Is aetlve In tennis * LEGAL NOTICES and gymnastics at the school and Is a member of Sea Ex- STATE OF WASHINGTON plorer Ship 420. tle is the WATER POLLUTION president of High League at CONTROL COMMISSION the First Lutheran Church in Reviewed NOTICE OF INDUSTRIAL Bothell. WASTE-DISCHARGE PERMIT APPLICATION NO. 2933 TAKE NrrrlCE: That Willamerte-We st e r n Corporation of Foot of North Portsmouth Ave., Portland, IBI Ore. February 13, 1968 filed Ill al~pllcation for a permit to dis- charge Industrial wasteeffluent into Sammamish River from a bridge construction project in A discussion of roads, post-. the amount of unknown quantity poncd from the last meeting, gallons per day: said effluent will be the feature ofthe month- having the following basic ly meeting of the l.ittle Bear characteristics: non-contami- Creek Community Club Friday nated waters from cofferdams at 8 p.m. In the Bear Creek and footing excavations. The Grange hall on the snohomish- approximate point of discharge Woodinville highway. Is within NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Dan McDonald of Monroe, of NW 1/4 of Section 9, Town- supervisor for Road District ure on Wick's car, which was ship 26 N., Range 5 E.W.M., in Three. Snohomlsh County. will nl c Mary Turner, Patrlcia Burke. cia Padgett, Chris Schneider. da Tredtk. Suzannc Underhill. approaching ~othell before it King County. talk about the road programs Sharon Rlcketts, Jean Capps DanUntl andJlmVermilion, Christine Vance, l.ynnette left the road and struckautility Any person desiring topre- for the area and answer ques- Inglewood School for the Re- still lived in the area and sug- ~ut, for three years, the and Marvin Boyd will attend a seniors. Vaughn, Corllss Vietor, Linda pole. ,, sent his views to the Water lions from the audience. larded received a contribution gested we give the money to Northshore community was King County meeting at theMardi Clements, Jan Cam- Waiters, Nancy Wilde, Sandra Pollution Control Commission Both new and old residents from an unusual source theyour worthwhile organ/z:,tioo_ treated tocla.sical music per- Seattle Center. stock, Marcia Davies, Deborah Wlllett, Steve Wlllett and Kathy The other city accid_nt oc- with regard to this application of the area may attend the other day. It was most agreeable by those formed by its ownphilharmonic The libr dry network plan liester, Sherrye Irmscher and Wiprud. curred last Monday in front The cheek for $142.83 camecontacted." orchestra anddirectedbyPear- would be Implemented over a Brian Morton, juniors, of Tom Chapman Ford. may do soinwritingtotheCom- pro~,~ram, brief business meet- from the BotheH Philharmonic According to former Phil- son ~nd hisassistantconductor. 13-year period and would utilizc Tim Ahern, Zoe Baird, Bar- Obery Norton, 45, of 13620mission, or any person in-ing and informal social hour. Orchestra, a group of 80 harmonic director Ken Pear- Charles Asbury. electronic channelsofcommun- bara Erlksson, Walt Kasmer, Republican Caucus Barbell Way. was westboundterested in the Commission's musicians which has been de- son. who still lives in t?~thell, "A~out 200 musicians passed Ications between libraries. Tom Knorr, Llnda MacDonald~ on BotheI! Way when he at-action on this application for a permit may submit hisviewsor Earn Degrees Libraries could then ex- Kathy Ragsdale Betty St. In Maltby Precind tempted to turn left into the notify the Commission of his funct for nearly 20 years, the orchestra was formed in through our ranks in thecourse change printed and graphicma- Clair and Evelyn Vermilion. Chapman Ford lot. He turned The letter whleh accompanied 1946. Pearson had played in of that three years," Pearson. the cheek was from theorches- the Lincoln Itigh .~choq and now an insurance claims ad- terials quickly with other state sophomores. A Relmbllcan precinctcaueus tn front of a 1962 coupe drh'en Interest within thlrtydaysofthe Two Barbell residents were by Frank Schwartz, 21, of 23209 and national resources. Others on the ln~lemoor meeting will be held Friday at 45th Ave., BothelL reasons," Pearson added. "After 20 years, we're still a frustrated orchestra, I guess." tra's treasurer, Mrs. Chris University of Washington baDJ =. justor, said. Sorenson" "I recruited everyone from9 L'esides those in the picture. The second part of the pro- honor roll are: 8 p.m. for residents of the In preparing to move to Oak to 90 years of age," he ex- Pearson listed as still living in posai calls for computer- SOPIIOMORES: Connie Bal- Maltby precinct, Snohomish Harbor, Mrs, Sorenson had plained, lte turned up high the area Mrs. l.illian Rehbock produced directories of library lard, James Berg. Sheila Bar- County. come across a bank savings school girls, housewives,of lnglewtxxl, Mrs. Elinor holdings for designated goe- ry, Larry Bockelle, Margaret Further details may be ob- BothellHitch ~chool music Eovan of Wo~xlinville Mrs. graphical areas. Bollman, Earl Burgett, James tained bycontaetingMrs. James Ginny Seaton and Mrs. 13ettJ, Burllng, Kenneth Burton, Doul~- Norton, HU 6-5057. ,~umberv. of Bothell. los Carlsen, Thomas Coleman. dozen of us s.ll meet OES To Bed BrianComstock. O,,eCousens. oncea month for social Lizbeth Currie. Rebecca Currie. New Officers Diane Dahl, Linnea Deans, Pamela Denman, Randal Erich- The election of officers will son. Sara Forhan, Tryg For- be held at next Wednesday's tun, Janet Hall, Peggy Hall, meeting of Rose Chapter 81. Mary Halverson, James Hart- Order of Eastern Star. in the sen, Norma Hendrlck. Greta Masonic Temple in Barbell at 2essen, Coney Johnson. Nancy 8 p.m. Johnson, Eaten Kaminsky, Paul The meeting will honor Kenote, Kerry Koch, chapter members and will beDavid Lapeyrouse, Nancy presided over byworthymatron Martin,Roger Matsumota, Louise McArthur and worthy ShannonMcDonnell, Bruce patron Rodney Blain" Meston" Kathleen Millikan. Shoreline Unitarian Church Meets Sundays 10 a.m. Parkwood School Auditorium No. 155 & Vlallin,jford No. Church School Grace Temple Assembly of God 10203 Pine - Bothell, Wash. SUNDAY SERVICES Bible School .... 9:45 a.m. Mor,~ing Fellowship Communion .... 11:00 o.m. Young People C.A. 6:00 p.m. Hour at ]'riumph 7:00 p.m, Wednesday Night Faith & Power Hr. 7:30 p.m. Edward C. Mase,, Pastor 14724 - 1st N.E. HU 6-3682 ..... . Northlake Lutheran Church 18518 - 66th Ave. N.E. Kenmore HU 6.6527 Rev. A. Martin Eidbo, pastor \ Worship Services 9:45 a,m. & I h00 a.m. Sunday School Both 6essions A FRIENDLY FAMILY CHURCH Epiphany Lutheran Church4 (MISSOURI SYNOD) Church Office~ 16348 - 68th Ave. N.E HU 6.6664 Worship services ot 8:30 and 11 o.rn.. ~ ~.= ~4h Sunday school and Bible study classes at 9:45 aJ Kennard Mueller, Pastor - Candy Mindt, DaveMoore, Wal- ton Nicholas, Gary Olson. Pep- gy Peterson, Roy Pigott, Wayne Radford, Ann Randall, Donald Reid, Susan Rhodes. Conrad Reidl, Janet Roberts. JohnRow- ley, Dick Schaefer. Steve Shartle, Janet Smith, Terry Switzler, Jim Taylor, Penny Thompson, RobynThor- son, Brian Unti, Sean Wachut- man and Pete Wojcik. JUNIORS: Andrea Allen. Lin- da Anderson, Joan Arndt. Kor- an Aull, Teressa Bailey, Tom Bannister. Catherine Barrus. Craig Beetham, Helene 13ensus- sen. Cathy Bentz, Linda Berin- get. Kyle Bjorklund. Lynn Brender. Jennifer Bundy. Philip Carlsen, ShannanCouse. Chris- topher Corwin. Lynda Curnutt. Jan Dahl, Kathy Daigle, Bruce Deans, Freda DeBerry, Ellen Dro~e, Shuan Evans,,- Mike Far- rington, Jennie Fike, Laurie Fike, Timothy Gates, Judith Good. Ronald Green. Linda Grove, John Haiverson, Carol Hanson, Dianna Hanson. Robert Harcus, Robert itarris. Michael Hart, Llnda Harvey. Hal Holloway, Holly frick, Robert Knorr, Donna Kotowick, Roxanne Lawler, Vernon Me- Dougall, Teresa McKellard, .Paul MeLeod, Jeffrey Malta- qulst, Craig Maser, MaryMas- sey, Charlotte Maxey, Kathy Nachtshelm, Diane Nylin, Tlna Orth, Elaine Read, Sylvia Schneider, Patrick Shea, Susan Thompson. Llnda Shallow, David Van Bar- kern, Russel West, Nora Whit- ley and Donald Wilhelm. SENIORS: Roger Amundson, Susan Barrus, Delilah Bark- seth, Roxlanne Berry. Sherry Bockell, Janet Brltton" Shetla Brown, Melanle BurgeR, Linda I~;Burton, Ferdi Buslnger, Gary 'Caffrey, Larry Calkins, Mau- teen Carry, Jeannette Clark, Shelley Collard, Helen Daniel, Laurie Davl- son, Dabble Dickerson, Dobra Dollemore, Carol Drake, Shari Du Franc, Barbara Ellin~son, Teranee Ewbank, Thomas Ew- bank, Laura Fordyce, Vtckie Fulmer, Renee Galsford, Jeff Gates, Douglas Gleason, Paul Hanks, Jo Ann Hanson, Patri- cla Harding. Elizabeth Hill. Ken Hunt, Mary I-lutchison, Rtck Johnson, Tarri Johnson, Vincent Jones, Llnda Kllse, P'.chard Lat~er-. strata, Michael LaScala, Pat- ric[a Laugen, Deborah Luecken, Allan MeKee, Janet Marshall, Christi Maser, Ellen Matsu- moto, Michael Mor~an, Nihki The resulting coilisioncaused $350 damage to Norton's 1967 coupe and $g80 to the Schwartz car. Norton was cited for fail- ure to yield right of way. last date of publication of this notice. Publication dates of this notice are February 2~ and March 6. 1968. (Northshore Citizen. Feb. 28. March 6. 1968.) Use Northshore Want Ads. among the 1'/3 winter quarter candidates for graduation at Central Washington St ate College. Receiving bachelor of arts degrees In education were Randall G. Fielder and Donald J. Pollock. Buying cheap insurance for your home or car is like buying a cheap parachute. B,y the time you find the holes. it s too late to do anything about But you don t want to pay too much for your insurance protection, either. That's why smart people buy insurance for home, car or business through an independent insurance agent. Because he represents several companies, he can shop around to find the best insurance for you at a fair price. What's more, he's on your side when it comes to fast, fair settlement of all claims. Remember----there's no such thing as bargain-basement insurance. This symbol is your assurance that we are professio ml independent agents. EAFECO INSURANCE 18041Bolhell Way 6othell 486-1227 book containing the money. "Back In the 1940's, there were about 50 people in the Northshore area whohad played Instruments in high school and college." Mrs. Sorenson ex- plained to Inglewood School. "We formed the Bothell Phil- harmonic and played concerts every three months, for which there was a small offering taken" We bought our own music and banked a little. This small amount has been in the bank for nearly 20 years." Mrs. Sorenson continued "I have contacted the few mem- bers I could remember who director Charles Asbtiry and even Bethell school superinten- dent Will Beardsley. The group rehearsed weekly and some of the membersdrove from as far away as Portland and Aberdeen for the rehear- sals. A year later, a chorus organized by the late I~'rs. Carlton Ericksen sang with the NORTHSHORE DIRECTORY OF Episcopal Church of the Redeemer WELCOMES YOU 62nd HE and HE 182 Kenmore Holy Eucharist ............ 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Church School..10:00 o.m. The Rev. Roy Coulter ...............HU 6-3777 Bothell Methodist Church 18515 - 92rid N.E,, next to the Bothell High School The Friendly Church on West Hill Invites You To MORNING WORSHIP 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Ample Parking J. Alan Justod, Minister HU 6-1681 For 24 hour Devotional Inspiration dial HU 6-6363 HU 6.6191 First Baptist Church N.E. 195th & 104th Ave. N.E. Bothell Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Nurseries Provided Rev. Harold Hitt, pastor Training Union 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. A CORDIAL INVITATION HU 6..1876 First Church of Christ, Scientist 18404- 102nd N.E., Bothell Sunday Service & Sunday School . . 11 a.m, Wed. Meeting, inc. Testimonies . 8 p.m. HU 6.6522 ~.EADING ROOM, Church Edifice, Weekdays, 12-3 p.m. COTTAGE LAKE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 18350 Wood.-Duvall HWY. HU 6-0437 11 A.M. Worship - 9:45 A.M. Sunday School Richard L. Grout, Minister First Lutheran Church 10207 Fir St., Bethel[ HU 6.2314 A.L. EDMONDS Pastor Sunday School ........ 9:00 & 9:45 a.m. Divine Worship ....... 8:00 & 11"00 a.m. WELCOME TO FRIENDLY FIRST' PRICE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH "You need not u a/k alone" WORSHIP SERVICES 9:30 & I1 o.m. Sunday School 9:30 & il a.m. Rev. Olin S. Nordsletten, Pastor 14514 20th N.E. EM 3-8100 INGLEWOOD UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 7718 N.E. 141st. Bothell VA 2-3273 Worship Service & Church School 10:00 A.M. Nursery Provided The Rev. Robert Vaughn, Minister Emmanuel United Presbyterian 19540 - 104th N.E. (Bothell) Morning Worship 10:00 a.rn. Nursery care provided Church School 10:00 o.m. Floyd E. Cronkite, Poster HU 6-6388 , ( t