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I BUY WITH THEM PROGRI00SS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, .:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:. PHONE: ii MA 2-8880L0cal 21 CLASSIFIED RATE: 30c PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 HOMES FOR SALE i S BR&apos;S--VIEW P.F.P. PFP DAYLIGHT BASEMENT-- BELLEVUE B rya nf $37,500 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE MERCER QUAD Assumption FIRST TIME ADERTISEDI . Beautifully maintained h o m e withln walking distance to public and pare- $200 DN chlal schools, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths on main level. Bedroom, bath and rec. LEVEL room down. Kitchen with eating space. Built:In appliances. View deck plus patio. Includes lovely carport and 6 BDRMS drapes. Call for appointment. AD. Huge modern 4 level home. 4 bedrooms, 2-2575 (anytime). 2 baths, IMmense panelled recreation room with sliding doors to patio No. I; FULL BSMT. GLENDALE REALTY , Railroad (model) size hobby shop. This SO. Mercer Island Shopping Center home Is landscaped like a park with 9800 Fire Alarm Sysfem a large fenced lot with 2 patios each one different level. Walk to shopping MTN. VIEW PLEASE ASK FOR H FOR RENT and 3 blocks to St. Louise. Minutes d JOE PINE F[.JRNISHED APARTMENT: single, at- from Seattle. $700 down, $112 month.  14.500 Another P.F.P. Buy of the week. 50, CITY BUS AT FRONT DOOR. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. tractive view. Private bath and an- move fast. Ad No. 3547. Picture Floor Here Is that sparkling clean, ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 trance. Immaculate Conception. Bus, Plans. GL 4-3331. MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S stores, suitable mature lady. EA 2- .-'nr-kl  ^ k i T.," n I k J close-in home you have been -'-:'--;:"-:- '-&--u--'s" 1"176 I Jrr-IN "1 /' IvI /%J V r IVl looking for. Massive living room, New & usea (.a ----' 1 ---- - " .... -- -- ' .... formal dining room -- Ranch Please ask for 2 BEDROOM unfurnished corner apart- J style kitchen with loads of cup- ---=, . x = /--I "r-rk r mont. Heated. Appliances. Quiet. Near! t|,Jd.Wr,lI  ] U/-MN W/LIkJIN st. Joseph's. Group Health Markets,  ....... I- ".t boards. Close to all schools and ........... , bus Reasonable 1511 East Mercer }   L Sllopplng. Colt EM 4-1180 on CH. 4-5440 (;<as. vvc. /-o,oul i ' " ' ,...=llSp- Rlll[. Ad No. 1201. Picture Floor -iz-zo0000l, oo.o, am ,o, ALAN GREEN CHIVR2LET FURNITURE ' EM p.m. 13300 Bothell Way HE, 100,000 mile gua,'antea on [- STORE on the 4-1 180 . j Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free l delivery", Credit ----- BICYCLES--Newand Used RAAB'S REDMC)ND FURNITURE r ,- HOLY ROSARY--Edmonds 16 IN. TRIK, Sll. Tubes, $1 ca. Michael! TM a-1378 Redmond ' " I" POOL MEMBERSHIP INCLUDED BEautiful Custom Built Early American Elverston. 8442 Dallas Ave. South, GREETING CARDS qT .,11'1( On V acre In area of fine homes. PA 3-2605 = .J/ IVll .1\\;1. .J 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Formal Dining GREETING CARDS "j Rm. with bay window. Country kitchen BUILDING LOTS HALF PRICE CHRISTMAS CARDS W FH with eating space. Built in appliances. GIFT WRAP -- RIBBON , LA 2-467f 0 Do A Family room and 2nd fireplace In day- " 0 G I light basement. Pegged floors and WALK TO OUR LADY OF THE LAKE. Down Iouvred closel doors throughout. Dutch CORNER 91ST AND 30TH N.E. $3,800 CASH. CALL OWNER 10 f. TO  13 Bedrooms Doors lead to delightful large patio. P.M. WEEKDAYS--SAT., TO LOST "BLESSED BE GOD" MISSAL. I EuJ I Basement cularBeauttfultYdrive, landscapedpriced at yardFHA appraisal.With cir- P.M. MR. KELLEY, MA 4-6088. GIFT TO WINNIE FROM FATHERI FLAJOLE, S.J., MAY, 1957. REWARD I Lrr Jot $37,850 at 10% down. Immediate oo TO FINDER. LA 5-8578. i   = cupancy. Owner. LI 2-5900. I 9KN by Dennis O'Brlen. MA 4-9532. 706Jv j !..,,., CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANtNG 9th Ave Clever home Inslde--immaculate Condl- In your home. lion thru-out. Exterior of John Mans- KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 MISC. FOR SALE field shake. A real buY for the money, i Beautiful lot with trees. You have to GENUINE HAND MADE see tt to believe that It's for sale for CLEANERS SERVICED ROSARIES this price. Call Li. 2-3184 on Ad No.: MANY COLORS & BEADS 2287. - YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 TO CHOOSE FROM PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. Tom McEIroy LA2-4671 EVE.'S ONLY, SU 2-5071 18332 AURORA AVE. N. METSKER MApS ENGLISH BRICK CONTRACTING Seattle -- Tacoma -- Portland CITY POCKET GUIDES UNIVERSITY, 2V2 BATHS. 4 BED- FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS ROOMS. Spacious family home. View gaffers and downspouts, Asbestos and Everything In the Mop Line of Lake and Mountains. Mahogany composition siding. Free estimates. WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES doors and trim. Clean large basement. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES,  toboggan, 2 sleds. Men's pack A.C. Oil heat. Garage. Among quality EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place sack. Crochet set. Punching bag with homes. Call ME 2-4640. Call Ted HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete platform. TV sot,  violin. Viola, LA Mehrer. remodeling service, room adoltlons, re- 3,7368. PEOPLES REALTY pairs, Interior, ixterlor. Insured. Rater- NN CAPRIC I= OR-GAN. Two -m-a-l.. ME 24640 ')101 Nol-lh 45th ences. Up to S years to pay. Excellent condition. Sacrifice; $450: ST. JOS-P'-W-' PA 2-4463 olll 6:00 p.m. EA 4.8851. Spacious Dutch Colonial. Redecorated. ;3 i n i large bedrooms. Full bosemGnt. Will Sell FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT NURSING HOME On contract under 315,000. EAst 1-1216. TORTILLAS STUBBINGS Ha,SING HOME "CathOlic operated" LA MEXICANA Mexl.Catessen Private cases only. $200 DOWN 9435 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5.14g0 State LIc. No. 69 ..... iz3:t, ,re. EA. 3.t 4- Bedrooms FOR RENT ,$SAQUAH VILLA B R IC K Catholic Operated. CI0ss 1. !1/., _. ,.Rlock ue. No. ,75 - _x 2.53,}, ,(n, ?,,q ONLY $14,500 /z: ji.Jr PERSONAL Just nsled ond 1St time 0d. Sf d  vertlsed, Lovely Brick home Berna e INFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster par- close ta ALL schools, bus and CAMEO ants urgently requested for new born shopping. Rich Mahogany babies. Also summer placements for paneled rooms, fireplace, full APARTMENTS school age children, bsmt. with new furnace. Lge. Catholic Children's Services 60x120 ft. yard. This home A ,,;I ,hl N 1310 No. I street is "Priced to Sell." Call ME vo a e ow Tacoma 2-4200, SU 3-4773. Marie Ross I OR 2 BEDROOM Broadway 2-9359 Moss Rlty., 1716 N. 45th. FOSTER HOMES APARTMENTS NEEDED ST. LUKE'S We have on urgent need for temporary FURNISHED OR foster homes for Infants as well as VACANT UNFURNISHED older children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by the agency. Move In on credit approval CONTACT If you are interested, please call. 3 BR 1V Bath. Family room with double EM 3 9073 MA3-9065 firepla:e. L.R. with glass wall opens to - CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES lovely fenced back lawn surrounded by shrubs and flowers. Ask for Mrs. Sow- or resident manager yer," A'T 3-8857. to Inspect POSITIONS WANTED -- I FHA VALUE $21,075 ACROSS THE STREET MOM AND POP if you are going on alAverbeck Realty AT. 4-5500 vacation, I will care for your teen- 1 O0-R-L"A-D-O-F LOORDE& FROM ST. ANNE,S agars. Good references. AT 3-6899 or .......... Brick court. Lovely 4V rooms. $95. In- AD 2-1957, " Dr-IJKkJUMb eludes heat and garage. Suitable for PR -HOUS-E-I<EEPER. COOK'--"OR 2 BATHS 2 only. AT 2-6901. BOTH, EM 3-6917.  CAR GARAGE LADLES ONLY NEXT TO COUNTRY CLUB Attractive First Hill apartment or house- PLUMBERS IMMEDIATE POSSESSION keeping rooms, starting at $7 per week. 1210 Marion Street (across from Swe- PLUMBING & HEATING $990 DN. dish Hospital). SERVICE $19,400 Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH. Excellent clean Lovely 4 year rambler situated right home near the church and Schools. L.G. MASSART & SONS next to the Country Club. Ideal for 3 bedrooms up---1 down. Double plumb- 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 golfing family. A distinctive home In Ing. Wonderful hot water heat. $130 an area of quality homes. Only 2 on lease. References. SCHOOLS blocks to Our Lqdy of Lourdes Catho- McCutchen Realty llc school and I block to the Adastra MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611 T U T O R I N G -- LATIN, GERMAN School for the gifted child. Move in on --ST. MATTHEW'S -- ENGLISH. Phone MAin 3-9100 evenings, approval of credit. Already appraised VIEW OF LAKE WASHINGTON  with assured financing. Call CH 3- Small professionally decorated 2 bed- TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE 155o room home. 2 fireplaces, 1 In TV SOUTH END BROKERS INC. room. $145 per month. FENDRICH RADIO & TV 11036 1st Ave. S. CH 3-1550 McCutchen Realty "Member St. Edward's Parish" BLANCHETST. CATHERINE-;S-- MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611 PA. 3-1172 BEDROOMS; $31,500. Lovely modern ii John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Heart o t the Medical Center ROOSEVELT HIGH 3 BLOCKS OWNER TRANSFERRED $ I b,500 (Underpriced) 3 BATHS 4 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT BIRCH KITCHEN NEW FURNACE WALL TO WALL CARPETS 'NUFF SAID[ LA 5-6116 BEST'S INC. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 4 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT $1s,5oo OWNER TRANSFERRED. Must sell this nice and cleon home opproxi- mately 12 years old. Nicely fenced corner lot with view of Lake and Mountains. Close to shopping and transpartatlon. FHA appraised. CRAWFORO & CONOVER, INC. 'Seattle's Oldest Real Estate Firm' 8040-35th N.E. LA. 3.555S 4 BLOCKS FROM OUR LADY OF THE LAKE CHURCH Wedgwood district. 5 bedrooms, 2 b0ths. Finished basement. Range, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Wall to wll c0rpet. New drapes. Fenced landscaped yqrd. $2t,950. Owner GL 4-2825. NEAR HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL CLEAN 3 BEDROOM HOME WITH SOUND VIEW. Ntce dining room; IIv. III Thoughttut Sere, ice Always, All Fac;llties on Ground Floor MAGNOLIA VIEW large bedrooms, 3 main floor. 2 baths. View of Sound and Olympics. 3 blocks to Our Lady of Fotim0, Jr. Hi and shopping. Separate dining room. Faro- Ily eating area In all mahogany kitchen, dishwasher. Drapes, appliances, wall to wall cdrpeting In living, dining, halls. Recreation oom with "bar. 4th bed- room lower level. Extra large patio. $27,500 .-- 2820 30th West. Ing room with fireplace; dayll0ht base- ment with recreation room and fire. place; double plumbing. Only S years aid. FHA appraised at $21,500. COUDEN AGENCY, 'INC. WE 2-5700 1615 S,W. Cambridge 5 BEDROOMS ST. JOHN'S IDEAL FOR LARGE FAMILY. 2 file baths, colored fixtures. Half plumbing In basement. Close shopping, church  r'r- r'  -. -- nnd school. Owner eav rig, has slashed IAI-/I--I' /-J J-'='c'J price to $12,750 MUST SELL, make IIVI/L.I\\;I/ "L-- L.f,.,10/ offer. LA 2-3725 or EM 4-0677. EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENTI-N  . -  .------ I P'P, P4U MII, view 2 aeroom name Finished homes ready to move Into now. ' ' Visit the furnished show houses. OPen basement, automatic furnace, fireplace, w-w carpets, choice West Seattle Iocd. dolly 10 a.m, 'Ill 9 at night. Cnll SH 6- tion. Near Public and Parochial 9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. schools, shopping, buses. Holy Rosary VOLUNTEER PARK Church w.s. Junc.o. Se.rd,. house used as 3rd bedroom. Nice yard. Ap- I In Memoriam I Requiem Said For S,ster O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Boulet, died August 4, 191g. The Rev. Patrick J. O'Reilly, died August 5, 1924. The Rev. John B. Carroll, S.J., died August 7, 1920. .... Bremerton EDWARDS, Sidney John, 45, former Bremerfon resident, died Jury 26. Requiem July 30 Our Lady St0r of the Sea Church. Born in LoMoure, N,D. Lived here from 1951 to 1961, moving then to Moses Lake. Survivors: wife, Ruth M, two sons, S. James and John D., all at the family home; daughter, Mrs. Glenn (Sharon) Put- huff, Lancaster, Callf.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Edwards, Frozee, Minn.; brothers, Roy, North Dakota and Howard, Montana;. sisters, Mrs. Paul (Marcella) Orness and Mrs. Minor (Ethel) Jacobsen, North Da- kota; and Mrs. Ralph (Vaughn) Nel- son, Minnesota. Lewis Funeral Home. KESTELL, Mrs. Mike (Marie A.), $7, 1610 POrk Ave., died July 25. Requiem July 29 Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, Born in Stratford, Wis. Came here 31 years ago. Surv/vors: two dnughters, Anita Kestell of Seott/e and Maria Kestell at home; sister, Mrs. Frank (Josephine) Converse, Pasadena, Callf; four brothers, Oscar Polster, Salem, Ore.; Peter and Law- rence Polster, both of Stratford, and Bernard Polster, Wausau, WIS., and numerous nleces and nephews, in- cluding Mrs. R0nald (Joan) Filalka, Bremert0n. Miller-Reynolds Funeral Home. Everett HORNUNG, George G. Jl'., 44, $127 COlby Ave., died July 29. . Requiem August 1 Immaculate Coneeptlon Church. BOrn In Brooklyn, N.Y., where he lived prior fo his move to Everett lS yedrs dgo. Partner In the account- Ing firm of Hascah H0rnung and So- holm. Member of the Elks and Everett Yacht Club. Member of Washington Stale Saclety of Certified Public Ac- countants and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Surviv- ors: father, George G. Hornung Sr. of Brooklyn and a brother, Kenneth of EIIBnvJile, N.Y. C0ssldy Funeral HOme. Port Orchard GROSHOK, JOseph F., 47, died July 24. Requiem July 27 St. Gabriel Church. Moved here In 1953 and was employed 4 BEDROOMS $700 Down Incl. Clos!hg FHA Hard to find 2 BR and bath on main floor. Formica Kitchen. OetoChed Ga- rage. Walking distance to St, JOseph. C011 MOW Rrgcelln, EA3-87t7. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. EA 5-o70o ST. ANNE'S DUPLEX ZONED S0120 FT. LOT Ncr high school Ond sh0pplng. Lor(e Itvlh(l rOOm. Separbte dining room. 3 bedrBomS. DOuble plumbing, $16,20. COIl Mr: Garrison, AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 11V Boslon St: AT 3-5511 ST. FRANCIS SEAHURST PARK t/2 ACRE Secluded wooded lot. Beach rights, 4 bedrooms. 1V baths. $20,000, T. A. PETERSON RLTR. CH 3-6000 (ANYTIME) $1. EDWARD'S New 3 hi,dream, daylight basement, big family size kitchen, ceramic tile bath. Recreation room and 2nd bath roughed in. 2 fireplaces and garage. Just $17,. 250. 10% down or trade. WESTERN HOMES, RLTRS. )09 Empire Way PA 54400 (anytime) ST. JOSEPH'S aointment. WE 5.2335. at an auto e/ectrlc firm and was store- BLOCKS--OUR LADY OF LOURDES, keeper at Washington Veterans Home. 3 bedrooms upstairs. Lots of storage, Large living room, dining room and bedroom on main floor. Eating area In kitchen wtth dishwasher. Full base- meet with finished room, New aas furnace. Half acre lot. $14,500. 'all RO 2-1398. ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH Very comfortable 4 bedroom home, New gas furnace. Double 01umblng. Large, level yard for tho children and View of Lake Washington. Only $13,S00. McCUTCH EN REALTY MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611" 1 WEDGWOOD EY OWNER. $11,900 V= block Our Lady of the Lake. 2 bed- rooms, olus panelled room upstairs. One.half asement, large fat. 3236 N.E. 90th. LA 4-2825. BY OWNER. 2 blocks to St. Maflhew's, 3 bedrooms, large lot; Nothing down G.I. Minimum FHA; EM "3.0275. LEGAL NOTICES KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys for Estofe 907 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of KATHER- iNE GREGORY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172408. Notice to Creditors. Well constructed Colonial style home with sweeping lake view. Den and Notice Is hereby gwen that the under- powder room on main floor. 5 cheer- signed hnb ,leen appointed and has quall- ful bedrooms and 2 baths 2nd floor, fled as Executor of the estate of KATH- ERINE GREGORY, Deceased; that all 2-5626.Call Mrs. Murphy CA. 2-2710 or LA. persons having claims against sold de. ceased ore, hereby required to serve the VINCENT D. MILLER INC. same duly'verified, on said Executor or 3817 N.E. 45th LA. 2-5626 his attorneys of record at the address BY OWNER HOLY FAMILY PARISH 4 Br's., 2 baths, 2 frplcs., rec. room; 8 Yr. old brick rambler, HW heat, fenced yard, 1V= blocks to school, 2 blocks shop & bus. lmm. ace. $22,500. _ WEst 2-2645. below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together wllh proof of such service within six months after the date of first 0ublieatlon of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication July 26, 1963. JAMES W. GREGORY, Executor of said Estato, 8.9.63 907 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington KANE & SPELLMAN, Attorneys for Estate, 907 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington Final 2 BLOCKS ST. JOSEPH 5 BEDROOM--11/ BATH Fireplace--Full daylight basement Hot water heat. Survlvors: daughter, Mlss Marlanne GrOshok, Port Orchard; two brothers, Cralg of AkrOn, Ohio, and John of Pittsburgh; three sisters, Mrs. Anne Daly and Mrs. Mary Rhodes, both of Pittsburgh, and Miss Barbara Gro- shok, Oceola Mills. Pendleton-GIIchrlst Funeral Home. Sea,Fie BARRY, Frank T. (Pat), 77, 1147 18th Ave. E., dled July 29. Requiem August I St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Came heri"'' years-ago. Came here as a purchasing agent for the Stone and Webster Engineering Corp. Previously had worked for the firm af Chleagn. Member af the Serra Club, the Knights of Columbus and Its Fourth Degree, and of the Holy Name Society, and was a former pres. Ident of the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Survivors: dough. tars, Mrs. Joseah Wiatrak, Yaklma, and Mrs. Robert Paine, Chicago, and three grandchildren. Manning a n d Sons Funeral Home. CENTENERO, Mrs. Lucia, 82, 4625 44th Ave. S., died July 26. Requiem July 29 Mt. Virgin Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Came to this country In 1910 and moved to Seattle In 1924. Survivors: sons, Frank and Anthony D. Centenero, Seattle; and one grandson. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. DAVIS, Mrs. Len (Catherine M.) 66, 3669 Francis Ave, N., dled July 27. Requiem July 31 St. Alphonsus Church. Burlnl Holyrood. Born in Kan- sas City, Kas. Came here 20 years ago. Survlvors: daughter, Catherine Davis;. sons, Lonnle and Davld Davis, all of Seattle; a brother, Jim Leavey, Kansas City, and four grandchildren, Hoffner'e Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. DEMERS, Bert, 61, 16020 21st Ave, S.W., dled July 26. Requiem July 29 St. Francis of Asslsl Church. Born In Boring, Snohomlsh County. He attended Everett schools. Was manager of the Puget Sound Log Scalars and Grading Bureau. He Iolned the Everett office of the Log Scalars and Grading Bureau n 1922. Was transferred to Seattle In 1934 and worked for the agency until he became Ill. Member of the Elks Lodge In Everett. Survivors: wife, Myrtle; o son, Bert Darners, Jr.. Shel- State of Washington for the County 2 bedroom home. Large lot with de-MAC NOBLE, admlnlstratrix of the Alumni Assoclallon of the U. of W. of King. J tached garage. By owner. $11 950. EM Estate of WILLIAM LEE NOBLE has Survivors: mother, Mrs, Josephine In the Matter of the Estate of ROGER 4-1023, filed In the office of 1he Clerk of said Daffy, Seattle; Sisters, Mrs. Claire A. HOVEY, Deceased. n Probate No I-----'-------. -- Court her final Report and petition for CuShing and Miss Mary Daffy, both of 172529. Notice to Credltors. 1 SI. JOSEPH'S distribution, asklng the Court to settle Seattle, and Mrs. Dorothy Coffland Notice is hereby given that the under-TBy owner. Large, well maintained home Isaid Report, dlstrlbJte the property to of San Carlos, Calif. Hoffner's Flsher- s/gned has been appointed and has with 2 car garage. Comfortable living] the persons thereto entltled and to dis- Kalfus Funeral Home. qualified as Adminlstratrlx of the estate quarters on maln floor. 4 furnished !charge said administratrlx; and that THE PROGRESS--7 ,Friday, Aucjusf 2, 1963  Zoella,S.N.J.M. Father Bichsel A requiem Mass for Sister Mary Zoelle, S.N,J.M., 70, was said July 29 in St. Aloysius Church, Spokane. The burial was at Holy Cross Cemetery there. A requiem Mass was sung July 26 at Holy Names Acad- emy where Sister taught. The Rev. William Treacy was the celebrant. Sister died of a heart attack 3uly 24 in Tacoma. She had been on a visit to Tacoma at the time of her death ..... Born Anna Marie Curtin n Vancouver, Wash., Sister en- tered the Holy Names Order in 1914. She came to Seattle in 1907 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtin and had at- tended the Immaculate Grade School. She taught in Astoria and The Dalles, Ore., and in Uniontown, Wash In Seattle she had taught at Sacred Heart Sehool and St. Joseph's. Sister Zoella is survived by a brother. Hugh Curtin, and a sister, Ellen Curtin, both of Se- attle. Booth-Ashmore M o r t u a r y handled funeral arrangements. colonial; hot water heat; recreation Garage--Corner fenced lot. FHA 1on; a sister, Mrs, Flora Griffin. room; dishwasher; disposal; 2 fire. 518,000 Everett, and two grandchildren. White Kelllck, Chicago; and seven grandchil, places; family eating are(] In large Owner EAst 3-7148 Center Funeral Home. panelled kitchen, 419 N.E. 88th. REGAL AND MeDONELL Home. ASSUMPTION Attorneys for Estate DUFFY, Miss Margaret, 49, g540 ROBERTSON, Mrs. Mabel, 906 Terry . bedroom executive all brick. Dayltght 577 Dexter Horton Building 11th Ave. N.W. died July 29. Re- Ave., died July 28 In Pale Alto, Calif., finished basement. Close to school, bus Seattle, Washington qulem August 1 St. John Church. where she was visiting her daughter. LEGAL NOTICES and shopping. Sprinkler system. Car-IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Burial Holyrood. Barn In Seattle. Was Requiem July 30 In Palo Alto with amic kitchen and both. Patio. Extras State of Washington for the County graduated from the University of the burial there. She had lived at St. galore. Large rooms. LA 4-1957, 6546 at King Washington magna eum Ioude. Was Teresa's Home over 2S Years. Member /s/ RICHARD C. SHANKS In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM the chlef ef the catalog division of THE 36th N.E. of the Washington Muslg ,Teachers Attorney for Estate, LEE NOBLE, Deceased. In Probate. the University Library. Member. of Association. Her doughter N's, Doug. 3223 N. E, 123rd CHRIST THE KING No 164937. Notice of Hearing Final Matrix Table, Phi Beta Kappa, Amer- los (Barborcl Whlttemore;:was her Seattle, Wash. Report and Pefltlon for Distribution, lean, Pacific Northvest and "Washing- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF BROADVIEW AREA Notice Is hereby glven that ELAINE ton Library associations and the Says Requiem For Mother TACOMA--The Rev. William 5. Bichsel, S.J., of Gonzaga University, was the celebrant of the requiem Mass July 31 at Holy Rosary Church for his mother, Mrs. George A. (Sarah) Bichsel, 75, who died 3uly 26 in North Miami, Fla. The burial was at Calvary un- der the direction of Cassedy and Alien Mortuary. Mrs. Bichsel was born :in Waukesha,. Wis., and had lived in Tacoma since 1918, coming here from Seattle. Besides Father Biehsel, she is survived by five other sons, George R. of St. Paul, John A. of Livingston, Mont., Robert E. of Federal Way, .Tames W. of Tacoma and Thomas J. of An- chorage, Alaska; a daughter, Mrs. Stephen (Mary Theresa) Twohy of Seattle; three broth- ers, James Powers of Dear- born, lvIich., William Powers of Miami, Fla., and Donald Pow- ers of Mukwonago, Wis.; a sis- ter, Mrs. Mary Walker of Mi- amo, Fla.; 36 8randchildren and four great-grandchildren. Seattle FLYNN, Mrs. Agnes J., 0t, 917 20fh Ave., died July 29. Requiem August 2 Chur<h of the Immaculate Concep- tion. Burial Calvary. Born in England. Came here in 1923 from Butte, Mont. Survlvors: sons, Arnold T., Patrick C., James B., and Joseph F., all of Seattle; daughters, Mrs. Donald Ed- monson, Kollspell, Mont., and Mrs. Helen T. Murphy, Los Angeles; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Thomas Ward and Mrs. Matt Essig, both of Los Angeles, and brother, Frank White, also of Los Angeles. John Kalln Funeral Home. FREELEY, Michael, 56, 79S0 Seward Park Ave. S $''L died July 30. Requiem August 3 Edware Church. Burial Calvary. Born in County Mayo, Ire- land. Came here from Auburn and Ta- coma in ]928, Was d b?i(;k-burner for the Seattle Brick & Tile .'.Co., here ad Gladding McBean & CO'., Re*ritaff, ,be- fore retiring In 1944:'Membe'h 0f tile H01y Name Society and the 'Gaelic. American Socml Ctub. In recent Years he had repaired and made rosaries for churches and missions. Survivors: wife, Delia; a son, Bernard Freeley; o daughter, Helena C. Freeley, all of Seattle; three grandchildren and three great.grandchildren. Columbia Funeral Home. NARTHDRNE, Jahn P., 3209 N.E. 104th St,, died July 27. Requiem July 31 st. Joseph Church. Burlal Haly. rood. Born in Everett. Came t"0 Seat- fie 47 Years ago. He had w0fked lS* years for the Alemlte Co. of the Northwest, where he was service man- ager. Survivors: mother, Aletha F.; son, John R.; brother, Frank J., all of Seattle. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. LEE, MIchael E., 84, 4931 35th Ave. $.W., died July 26. Requiem July 27 St. Vincent Home Chapel. Burial Cal- vary. Born n Ireland. Came here In 1915. Was a retired steel worker far the Bethlehem Pacific Steel Co, Sur- riving are three nephews. Hoffner'e Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. LUBETICN, Mrs. Ellzabath, 69, 1727 Summit Ave., died July 23. Requiem July 26 St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyroed. Born In Friday Harbor. Came to Seattle 62 years ago. Sur. rivers: daughters, Miss Marguerite Lubetich and Miss Madellne Lubeflch, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Jane Ervln, all of Seattle. Manning and Sons Funeral Home, MARTIN Mrs. Mildred L., 45, 1201 N. 143rd St., died July 29. Requiem' August 1 Christ the King Church. Burlol Holyroad. Born in Olympia. Came here eight years ago from Long*,, view. Was o private secretary of 1he Spauldlng Sales Co. Survivars: husband, Joseph Martin; parents, Mr. and Mrs, Mark Rufledge, and brother Robert Rutledge= of Olympia. Hoftner's Fisher Kaffus Funeral Home. McCARTHY, Mrs. Martho, 5719 th Ave. N,E,, died July 24. Requiem July 26 Assumption Church, Burial Holyrood. Came here 45 years ago. Member of the Altar Society of Assumption Church, the Legion of Mary, and the Oblates of St. Benedict, Survivors: son, Paul F.,  San Francisco; daughter, Mrs, Thomas Seymour, Carnation; brothers, Leo and Charles Karbush, both Chicago; sisters, Mrs. Amelia Vorbik and Mrs. Ella Balfe, both Seattle, and Mrs. Wanda dren. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral St. Urban MEIER, Mrs. John (Mary), 78, died July 20. Requiem July 24 Assuntlon Mission. Burial In the church cemetery. Born In Switzerland and came to the United States In 1891 with her parents wha settled In Olympia. In 1900 he moved to Winlock, Member of the St. Urban Altar Society. Survivors: son, Bernard (Ben) Meier, St. Urban; a brother, Emglebretle Bertele, Santa Cruz, Calif.; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Cattermole Funeral Home. Tacoma BEAUCHAMP, Mrs, Harvey C. (M. LIIIIon), 67, 5809 S. Puget Sauna Ave., died July 25. Requiem July 27 Visita- tion Church. Burial Calvary, Bor tn Stanley, WIs. Lived here 63 years, For- mar piano teacher and served as chotr director and accompanist at Visitation Church many years. Survivors: son, Harvey R., Everett; two daughters, Mrs. LIIIian Dwyer, Tacoma, and Mrs. Dorothy Hurrlean, Centrolla; Slsler, Mrs. Nell Linden, SPOkane; e I g h t grandchildren, Piper Funeral Home. DREXLER, Joseph N., 73, 461g N. 30th St., died July 24. Requiem July 26 St. Patrick Churcl. Burial Calvary. Born In Detroit and came here In 192S. Member of 1he Sawmill Workers Union. Major league third basement and catch- er In the 1920's for the Detratf Tigers. Survivors: wife, Marie L.; two sons, Wally, Sumner, and Arthur, Tacoma; two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Burg of Tacoma and Mrs. Helen Irwin, Vista, Callf.; two sisters In the East; 20 grandchildren and eight gret-grand. children. Gaffney Funeral Home. LESSOR, Mrs. Ell (Margaret), 75, 1006 E, Morton St., dice July 25. Re. qulem Julv 29 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born In East Grand Forks, Minn. Lived here 21 years. ember of Sacred Heart Altar S0- clety. Survivors: husband; to0r brothers, Dlck and Frank Fontolne, both of East Grand Forks, Bert of Bemldlb Minn., and Joe of Riverside, "Calif.;' feat" sisters, Mrs. ary Mc- Gawan and Mrs. Coro Greenwood, both of Bemldli, Mrs. Ida Drlecoll, East Grand Forks, and Mrs. Llnus DrlscOII, Cuddahy, Wls.; several nieces and nephews Including Clifford Fou- bert, Tacoma. Cassedy and Allen Mar- tuarY. Vancouver ROSELLINI, George, 81, 4806 N,E. 122n St., died July 22, Requiem July 27 St. James Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born In Italy. Lived here 511 years. Hamllton-Mylan Funeral Home. Winlock PECHA, Herbert, 51, died July 16. Requiem July 22 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Bloomer, Wis. Born In Wisconsin andtcamettodWInlock in 1952. Employed gt he :an ard Hatchery. Survfvors: Wife, Amanda; four sons, Leon MInhe- aPofl$1 Dennis, Ronald and Herbert .Jr, tF at home; three grandchildrenl a brother, Rlchar.:l of Bloomer; lhree ida- tars, Mrs. Fred Jonnaman of Bloomer, of Roger A. Hovey, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said MARGARET HOVEY, Admlnistrotrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the will be barred. Date of first publication July 26, 1963. MARGARET HOVEY, Adminlstratrix of sald Estate. 3223 N. E. 123rd Seattle, Wash. /s/ RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney for Estate, 3223 N. E. 123rd Seattle, Wash. Final 8-9-63 EUGENE D. ZELENSKY Attorney 428 Henry Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington far the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of VIOLA STEVENS, De,eased. In Probate. No. 172289. Notice fo Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quali- fied as Administrator of the estate of Viola Stevens, Deceased; that OII persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly Level, Including Two Chapels verified, on said Dr. James J. Lane or. his attorney of record at the address be. CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED ow staled, and file the same with the PARKING PROVIDED Clerk of said Court, together with proof  =g{of such service within six months after f 1 ;lJ I the date of first publication of this no- I I I  J 5J, rice, or the same will be barred. J_____ r _ 1 Date of first publlcatlon 7.26, 1963. DR. JAMES J. LANE /-nmc IPru'r |/ Admlnlstratar of eald Estate. ! u llqJlI I I I J/lI,l,,/ Sl 235c6tosnasOlt Place West STUART N. ADAMS OWNER  o  .L ,,--[ -L Z ,E, -- J:] S o , o . EUGENE D ZELENSKY 4214 UNIVERSITY WAY  l " , /a._, ,Attorney for Estate, J ME. 2-0212  "$/10# lYlO" 1428 Henry Building i -- ......... 1 Seattle, Wash. sole survivor. SAY, Joseph, 78, 5402 20th., Ave. died July 25. Requiem JulY 29 SSi ' . George Church Burial Holyrood. Born in Austria. Came here them New York In 1905. Was a retired miller for the Albers Milling Co. Survivors: son, Jack D. Soy, and a brother, Gregory Say, both of Seaflle; a sister in Aus- tria, and two grandchildren. TILLISCH, Mrs. Wlllimll (Alice), 72, stud Reporl and petition will b heard apartments -- 2nd floor. Conveniently on" the 23d day of August 1963 eat 9 30  located to parochial and public schools ......... , , :  LEGAL NOTICE 1130 19th Ave, E., died July 27. Requl- .......... I=A '1 1n /, /W OT the Courr :oom of the Probate un aus ne ,v,/u  " .... De " / em July 31 St, Joseph Church. Burial .............. - ....... 1 pertinent of said Court, at which time / Holyrood. Born in De Graft, Minn. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE ,and place any person Interested In said/" Came here as a young woman. Was 4 BEDROOMS Estate may appear and file oblectJons[ JOSEPH A, HOLLEMAN a teacher In Seattle schools until see Kitchen eating space, Dining room. Wall thereto and contest the same. i Attorney retired two years ago. Taught mostly to wall carpets and drapes. LA 2-3130. Doted this 23rd day of July, 1963. | I035 Securities Baltding at Laurelhurst and T. T. Minor Ete* Seattle I, Wash. mentary schools. Member of the Ha, Date OfNORMANfirst publicationR. RIDDELL,26th July 1963. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT of Washing- llonal Retired Teachers Association. Clerk of sold Court. ton for the County of King. Survivors: husband, William P. TII- LEGAL NOTICE R s. HOFEDITZ, In the Matter of the Guardlanshl of Ilsch; daughter, Mrs. George Gregg, Deputy. HELEN ANNA VEROCHIO, Incompe- Seattle; son, Paul TIIlisch, Antioch, REGAL AND McDONELL, tent In Probate. No. 172337. Notice Calif.; sisters, Mrs, C. B, Evans, and Attorneys for Estate to Creditors, JOHN J. DOLPHIN 577 Dexter Horton Building, AII persons having claims against said fie,MrS'andCharleSMrs. McArthur,Harold Smead,bOth SPokane,at Seat- Attorney for Estate Seattle, Washington estate must serve some on undersigned and nine grandchildren. Bonney wet. appointed and qualified Guardian f son Funerc Home. 1108 91h Avenue Flhal 0-9-63. estate or Its attorney of record at a- Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE dress below and file same with court  , 51ate of Washington for the County LENIHAN & IVERS clerk with proof of service within liX months offer July 19, 1983, belng first of King. Attorneys publication dote, In the Matter of the Estate of William 1114 Norton Building RALPH J. VEROCHIO M. Winder and Lilllom C. Winder, his Seattle, Wash. Guardian wife, Deceased. No. 164526. Notice ofltN THE. SUPERIOR COURT OF THE JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Hearing Final Report and Petition for I State of Washington for the County of Attornev for Estate Distribution. I King ' 1035 Sn'curltles Bul d ng Notice is hereby given that William Iqln the Matter nf 1he Guardianship ofTSeattle 1 Washlnglon Winder, administrator of the Estate of MARY RUTAN KELLY, Incompetent I ' Final--8-2-63 William M. and Litllan C. Winder, has In Probate. No. 163279. Notlco to Cred-} filed In the office of the Clerk of said Itors. I ' Court his final Report and petition for Notice s hereby glven that the an- distribution, asking the Court to settle'dersigned has been appointed and hasl sad Report dlslrlbute the property lolquollJied as Guardian of 1he estate af  IPIPIIUr the persons thereto entitled and to dis- I tAury Ruton Kelly, I neompetenh that all I Bl,l 1 II1' charge said administrator; and that said I persons having claims against said In-i eR 1 dl I I/ " Report and petition will be heard on the I competent ore hereby required to serve l 23rd day of August, 1963, at 9:30 A.M.,jthe some, duty verified, on said guardian Funeral Home at the Court Room of the Probate De-rot his attorneys of record at the address partment of said Court, at which tirne lbelow stated, and file the same with the and place any person interested in soid iClerk of said Court, together with proof Estate may appear and file objections,of such service within six months after thereto and contest the some. Doted this 15th day of July, 1963. Date of first publication, July 19, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of eatd Court. R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy JOHN J. DOLPHIN, Attorney for Estate, 1108 9th Avenue, Seattle, Washington Final 8-2-63 the date of firm publication of thls no- rice, or the same will be barred. Date af first publtcntlon 7-26, 1963. D. E. BEATTiE Guordlan of said Esate. 1114 Norton Buildlng Seattle, Wash. LENIHAN & IVERS Attorneys for Estate, 1114 Norton Building Seattle, Wash. Find S-.'03 Robert C=ssidy, Pres. James Caseidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 Mrs. John Zwtefelhofer, Eau Claire, WIs., and Mrs, Robert ForIIi of Esean- dido, Callf. Cattermole Funeral Home. Hoftner00. FISHER-KALI:U$ FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 S08 North 36fk Seaffle GEORGE HOFFNER Hamilton,Mylan,Fun00ral Home PAUL L MAN, Director Especially Equipped:'for Catholic Funerals . 302 /. 11t, Vancouver OX. 4-2537 I II ] II / / t L