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I I BUY WITH THEM I RATE: 30 Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATE: 3Oc PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT&apos;S New & Used Cars & Trucks Please ask for DAN WALTON 4.5440 iRes. WE. 7-5130) BUY NOW AND SAVE!! ALAN GREEN CHEVROLET 100,000 mile guarantee on all new cars PROGRI SELL WITH THEM -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:. PHONE: MA 2.8880---Local 21 i i HOMES FOR SALE OWNER IN RF_.ST HOME-- MUST SELL 4 BDRMS., 2 BATHS, FULL BSMT., GA- RAGE, NEW FURNACE, EXTRA LARGE LOT NEAR GREEN LAKE, AND ST. JOHN'S. LOW, LOW PRICE $10,500. KEY AT LA. 5-6116. BEST'S, INC. MISC. FOR SALE METSKER MAPS Seattle--Tacoma--Portland CITY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everything in the Mop Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES I<ENMORE RANGE AND REFRIGERA- TOR plus other household furniture. AT. 2-4622. NOBLE ACCORDION, 120 bose, $ switches. Also mlscella neaus house items. WE. 2.3033. MR. & MRS. STEEL USER-E-' Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY, 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 AUTO REPAIR OLYMPIA WORLDS FINEST TRANSMISSION PORTABLE TYPEWRITER TROUBLES Authorized Dealer LA. 5.6677 ALL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. EM 2-b326 BICYCLES DELICIOUS, home-made broken choc- olates. Fresh and fine, 89c per L BICYCLES: New & Used. 16-in. tMke $11. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd..,=" Tubes $1 eo. Michael Elverston. 8442 (opposite Marshall School). Dallas Ave. South. PA 3-2605  E -- I  J "Catholic operated" ANTIQUE SHOP FOR SALE. Local. Es- I Private cases only. tobllshed and prominent. Write Prog-J State LIc. No. 69 ross, Box "E." I 1732-16th Ave. CA, 3-606 J LDNGMIRE LODGE NURSING HOME 'CATHOLIC OPERATED' Ambulatory Guests RUG AND UPHOLSTERY TA. 4-1490 or CH. 3-9180 CLEANING (Wash State Lic. No. 8) ,In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 WHISPERING PINES (Wash. State Lic. No. 172) VACANCY FOR ELDERLY LADY CLEANERS SERVICED NICE YARD AND SUNDECK PFP NEW 6 BEDROOMS Colonial RANGE & OVEN $300 Dn. Line up your family and go with us to see this lovely palace on a large magnificent lot. Only the best mote- rials hove gone Into this gracious home. You'll love it with its golden oak floors, glistening counters, large rooms, attached garage. FHA AP- PRAISED AND SELLING FOR ONLY $15,800, Phone us for an appoint. ment to see Ad No. 3446. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 111,132 Aurora Ave. N. Li 2-3184 == VOLUNTEER PARK ST. JOSEPH'S BEDROOMS, SPOTLESS THROUGH- OUT. Double plumbing. Knotty pine kit- PRICE SLASHED , $5oo MANSION HILLS FULL DAYLIGHT BSMT. 3 Bdrm5.--Aff. Garage NOW $18,250 Price has been reduced $500 under current appraisal--what an oppor- tunity! Spotless &year.old rambler. Living room has mahogany Paneled fireplace wall, separate dining area with built-in chino cabinet, step. saver kitchen, gleaming tile vanity bath, 3 generous bedrooms have ward- robe closets, full daylight lower level has finished recreation room with fireplace and glass patio d o o r s, roughed In 2nd bath, shop space plus space for thai 4th bedroom, attached garage. On large landscaped grounds. Luxurious wall to wall carpets avail. able for $200. Easy FHA terms or trade In your old house, ask us. Our exclusive. Call CH, 3-1550. South End Brokers, lnc, 11036,1st Avenue So. BRYANT-ASSUM PTION MINIMUM DOWN An Immaculate 4-bedroom famlty home situated on a large lot In o choice Io-i cation. $t4,995 A MUST TO SEE I EWING & CLARK 5507- 35th NE LA 4-4400 OPEN 9 TO 9 ST. ANNE'S LARGE DINING ROOM, den KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM and BATH, MAIN FLOOR 4 BEDROOMS AND BATH UP 517,500 PFP ST. JOHN'S 5 Bedrms. 3 Baths $16,950 This large family home has every- thing your heart desires, right In the heart of Green Lake area. Large liv- ing room with Io gsize fireplace, sap- grote dining room, full bsmt., the kitchen will be o delight to the most exacting housewife. Complete with built-in dishwasher and disposal. Call LA. 4-1130 now on Ad No. 3-3919. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 7314 Aurora Ave. YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 Across from St. Matthew's then with dishwasher. Full basement with recreation room. Garage. Close to school. ,Lovely yard. This home Is designed for spacious living. For fur- ther details, call Mary Bracelin EA 3- 0717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700 MAGNOLIA VIEW PFP ST. MARK'S KLEEN ZERO DOWN MOVE RIGHT IN UNUSUAL DECOR 3 BEDROOMS II YEARS YOUNG $t 3,995 WALK TO GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL. Right on bus line. This Is a lovely home with extra large living room and din- Ing room. Large ranch kitchen. Wall 1o wall carpeting and drapes. 2 car ga- rage w I t h unfinished apartment over. Call EM. 4-1180 on Ad No. 2456, Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM. 4-1180 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE FULL BASEMENT POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD. CLEAN 3 BEDROOM HOME. Situated on corner I REDUCED TO $16,000 I CALL MR. GARRISON, AT. 2-139 I lot, covered porch entry to large car- , BLAINE REALTY peted living room with Arizona stone fireplace, 2nd fireplace In recreation 11/ BOSTON AT. 3-5511 ] area In basement. Double detached go-  rage. Priced at $20,750. & Inc. UNiVERSiTY. 2V BATHS, 4 BEDROOMS. I raw.or onover, Spacious family home. View of Lake i Washlngton's Oldest Real Est. Firm and Mountains. Mahogany doors and 8040 35th Ave. N.E. LA. 3-5555 trim. Clean orge basement. AC o heat. EM. 3-7510 Tom McEIroy LA2-4671 AUS'r/N'S.... NUISING large bedrooms, 3 main floor. 2 baths. _ " n T " mes "3 ^" ' BLANCHET-- ST. CATHERINE'S View of Sound and Olympics. 3 blocks LTorage. Amo g quot Ty no . lz ,Yu. 16 BEDROOMS" 031 500 Lovely modern HOME ' to Our Lady of Fatima Jr HI and Col ME 2-4640 Col Ted Mehrer ....... ' .' " ' , n'.'n, - nr---i "r/ I COlOnial; nOT waler neat; recreation ,.= CONTRACTING 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. .shopp!.ng. Separate dining I KI:::JP'L.I" KL:/-L/T I room; dishwasher; disposal; 2 fire-  Excellent Food. i!.y.eotlnq area m Oil maiogany KltCnen, i ME 2-4640 2101 NoAh 45thl places; family eating area In large IOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofi, (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) a.snwasner, uropes app mnces, wan m ............  pane ed kitchen 419 N E 88th gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and 9005 Roosevell Way N.E. LA 3-4296 wall carpeting in living, dining, halls. IB Y OWNER. CLOSE TO HOLY ROS- I ' " ' composition siding. Free estimates.;- SAOUAH"VI-LL'-A Recreation "ogre with bar. 4th bed. ARY. Large older home. 3 bedrooms, I Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES.= " t h ii rneroted ."1 ss 1 roam lower level. Extra large patio. I lOloyroom, 2 baths. Large fenced i " 1 la e: -o .,o,,c ...... a ,. $27,500 -- 2820 30th West. I /ard. WE 7.7428. t EA 4848 840 Poplar P c a,. *-a,u. o=__ : LIC. NO. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no fall) HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodellngservlce, roomaddltlons, re- IMPERIAL East ST JOSEPH'S t .............. pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer-' PERSONAL .... X - ..... T ,-,UE  i antes. Up to5 years to pay.  lAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT [IVY,, Cloo.r I::LT:elr.^_?Vn. . I MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & ORIANO PA 2-4463 INFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster par- :tnlshed homes ready to move Into now, ['-- "'; "  ' '" =' .......... T I Attorneys for Estate, ents urgently requested for new born Visi r w h u me,. t the fu nlshed sho o see. Open l,t , k., ..... '''bl" -'-'ln- Uvln .[ 563 Olympic National Life Bldg. ief'ft I=MTI=DTAIMUI=NT ] babies. Also summer placements for daily 10 a.m. Ill 9 at night. Call 5H6. I room dlnln- room TV room base i Seatt e, Wash. rvw,.-., .............. ] school age children. 9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. I =nt' I-4t nf*r h-'n! ' "ilN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ITORTILLAo Catholic1310 Children'SNo. I StreetServtces .,/. dt,.Jt"t"l-1 , ....... M'c(U'I"CH'EI'=I'EALTY Statef of Washington for the County J= LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen Tacoma A very pleasant spacious home on corner MA. 4-2377 or EA. 23611 InOth:llVgatter of the Estate of ELIZA- 9436 161h Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 Broadway 2-9359 lot. Large kitchen. 7 bedrooms. 3 baths. I t BETH HOSKO, Deceased. In Probate, ', [ FOSTER--Ho-ME-' Close to school. Shopping. Transparto- / I No. 172954. Notice to Creditors. FOR RENT I NEEDED tion. Call Mrs. Murphy, EA. 2-2710 orl / Notice Is hereby given that the under- LA. 2-5626. LIEIL.AL INilLll/Ifp. /signed has been appointed and has quail- - We have an urgent need for temporary VINCI:NT 13 kl//l::R IhJC ......... " " fled as Executrix of the estate of Eliza- " AqI::kARIY NTI/ foster homes for Infants as well as ........... , ......... older children, ord rate, medical care 3817 N P 4th l& 2 ;6'J beth Hosko, Deceased; that all persons 1 BLOCK TD ST JAMES . _ and clothing are provided by the agency  ...... 11111111 i /=a==RGAN ]having claims ago nit said deceased are H H O I,gK a I//, i I= Ii, vl Under ........... new management. Redecorarea. ..f .vn ................ .... Inf .... td, p,ease ca,,. ' EXCELLENT NEIG BaR go " .,t.'..S fr,t.." /hereby required to serve the same L.ean, warm rooms, vens.on ....... 1223 20th Avenue -OSl "''J [-an'Bd-"' /duv verified on said executrix or her .... MA 3-9065 ' ' ' Ill tat h /attrney of record at the address below Walking distance to St Joseph S Holy  u. ' come 54U moron up " CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES 823 Madison -- MA 3-4174 ....................... Names Seattle Prep etc. Living room oea. e, .,as . i stated -n , file th = s -. -, h the F TH ' ........... ................. NTELLIGENT TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN 14x22' fireplace, large dining room; N THE SUPERIOR COURT O E lrl.,- ^t ,iN Pa..t ia.alh. ,,Ith UNFURNISHED APARTMENT NEAR with some =,nowle ,- o t m-tdn ` - ' h ................... U .......... kitchen, den. Downspouts newly painted. State of Washington for t County ernof of =ch service within six months ST. JOSEPH'S, GROUP HEALTH, a c--1--n '-' ^ " ..... ' =" " Kin ........... u,. pu u. r o,=wy Reasonable by owner or g af - - MARKETS, BUS. Healed. Appliances. ' ' " ' ---' ......  ....... . th ^tt, n; th= r:tt== nf nPll=l fer the date of first publication of this -- '" "" ............................. i Quiet. Clean. One Bedroom, $45; Two : :  :   BY OWNER = D:AIM r =i In PrnlvJl qotce, Or the some w be barred. drnom corner, $68.50. 1511 E, Mercer. PLUMBERS HOLY FAMILY PARISH , v',"v,ecea',"''2dlt'o; ..... i Date of first publication August 30, ...................... 4 irms, 2 fhs, 9 pcs., rec. room .......... the -nder 1963. OMFORTABLE quiet room. Re/laDle , 8 ,,ear old brlc " -ble H W h= No;e =s nereoy g=ven ma u "1 ,^,^=.r =, gentleman. Privileges. 1629 Queen r-LUMBIcNG & HEATING ............... and h ................ fenced yard, 1V: blocks to school, 2 sign.ed,, has been. aPpaltedof the teaS- Executrix of said Estate Anne Ave North "'" ' ' " Radiant Heating. . Retail Store blocks shop and bus. Imm. Occ. Below quut/a Gaeo; Ionn.srlx Deceased; 563 OtYmplc National Life Bldg. ta e g . g, , MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic Notional Life Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 Final 9-13,63 -----WSTMiNSTER';P-ARTAENTS----- L.G. MASSART & SONS oppral,al. Seattle, Wash. 98104 1 end 2 bedrooms. Furnished or un- furnished. Across street from St. 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 James. 903 9th Ave. MA 3,9095. .... : BALLARD. Good clean I bedroom ;'TELIVISION 'AND RADio SERVICE Basement, garage, curtains, sloye, re- frlgerator. 575. Call EA. 2-6957 FENDRICH RADIO & TV REIqYi Sieel(rlg rooms'wlfhor-w]th- "Member St. Edward's Parish" out kttchen privileges. Reas0noble. : PA. 3-1172 Close to Seattlo, Unlverslty. 1026 James .... st., MA, 2.9727. WANTED TO RENT JIDR()OM- HOME iN I ETUM NEAR U. OF W. AND SEAT- TLE UNIVERSITY, 5150. CALL MR. KING, EA. 5-1408. PUGET SOUND INVESTMENTS WE, 7-1400 CHRIST THE KING 2 bedroom home, large lot, detached ga- rage. $11,900, by owner. EM. 4-1023. LEGAL NOTICES CARE IN PRIVATE HOME OR APART- MENT for elderly lady in wheel chair. General good heotlh and cheerful. Pre- BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY fer city parish. AT. 2-7353 after 4 p.m. Attorneys for Estate that oll persons having claims against said deceased ere hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said odminlstrat;ix or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same wlth the Clerk of said Court, to- gather with proof of such service within six months offer 1he date of first pub- IIcalIon of lhis notice, or the some will be barred. Date of first publlcatlon August 30, 19(.3. ELIZABETH C. READING Admlnlstratrlx of sold Estate. c/o 047 Logan Bldg. JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Attorney for Estate 108S Securltios Building Seattle 1, Washington SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY. Estafe of INGVALD LARSEN, Deceased. NO. 172813. Notice to Creditors. All persons having claims against said I In Memoriam I 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 thiB area: The Rev. Patrick Joye, S.J., died Sept. 7, 1961. The Rev. P. Poaps, died Sept. 9, 1890. The Rev. Edmond Hayes, died Sept. 9, 1949. The Rev. 3ohn Power, died Sept. 9, 1961. The Rev. James A. Gilmore, S.J., died Sept. 11, 1960. Aberdeen INGLIN, George P., 67, 1215 E. Second St,, Requiem September 4 St. Mary Church. Born in Tacoma and came here In 1925, Worked as a mill- worker. Survivors: daughter, Eunice Inglin at the family home; two sons,, George and Robert, both of Raymond; two brothers, Herman grid Waller, also of Raymond; 12 grandchildren. White- side Undertaking Co. Auburn BRULE, Mrs. Kenneth L. (Maxlae D.), 54, 1103 12th St, N.E., died August 25. Requiem August 29 St. Leo Church, Tacoma. Burial Calvary. BOrn in Seattle and lived in Tacoma most of her life. Survivors: husband; several aunts, uncles an0 cousins. Gaffney Funeral Home. Bellingham COBELENS, Mrs. George G. (Thee- doro J,), 59, 704 W. ll}inols, died August 29. Regulem September 3 As- sumption Church Lived here 36 years. Member of the Assumotlon A/tar Society and the Legion of Mary. Sur- vivors: husband; three daughters, Pat- rlcla A,, at home; Sister Mary Augus- fine, Seattle, Mrs, Core C. Sonnen- berg, Moses Lake; son, George A., U. S. Air Force, Texas: three brothers, Joc, John and Chris Borgers, al in Holland; eight grandchildren. Blngham & Jerns Funerc Home. MUSTACICH, Mrs, Vincent (Kath- erlne), 01, 915 111h St., died September I. Requiem Septernber 5 Sacred Heart Church. Lived here 60 years. Surviv- ors: husband; three sons, Anthony, Ann- cortes; John, Sedro Wootley, and Vin- cenl, Beliingham; one daughter, Mrs. Geraldine Joncich, San Pedro, Calif. Westford Funeral Home. Bremerfon COLLINS, John J., 78, 1117 Ohio Ave., died August 27. Requiem August 29 Our Lady Star of the Sea Church. Born In New York, Employed at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard until his retire- ment 16 years ago. Survivors: wife, Josephine; son, John H., Bremerton; four daughters, Mrs. Katherine Jones, Mrs. Joseptlne Chart, Mrs. Patrlcla Neos and Mrs. Morgle Hanna, all of California; 12 grandchildren. Mitler- Reynolds Funeral Home. Des Moines LISTON, Terence A., 65, 20721 Plrst Pt. S., died August 27. Requiem August 31 St. Phllomena Church. Burlal ,St. Patrick Cemetery, O'Brien. Born In Orlllla. Had Ived In the Seattle area oil hls life. Retired in 1960 as a mechan- Ic, after working 21 years for The Boe- ing Co. Was a member of the Aero Mechanics' Union and Boeing Bowing Association. Survivors: wife, Anna; four daughters, Mrs, Daniel McVey, Seattle, Kay LIston, Des Moinos, Mrs. Ann Kolodzte, Reaton, and Mrs. Charles Spurltn, Victoria, Tax.; two sons, Ter- ence W. and Thomas R. Llslon, both ol Seattle; three brothers, Edward J., Seattle, James G., Renton, and Thomas R. Liston, Hamburg, N.Y.; two half brothers, Joe R. Ham, Renlon, and John F. Harn, Seattle; two sisters, Mrs, Marguerite King, Auburn, and Mrs. Mory Moore, Huston, B.C., and l:t grandchildren. Stokes Funeral Home. Everett II I ..... IL FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open FridaY evening. "Free delivery", Credit. RAAB'S REOMOND FURNITURE TU. $-1378 Redmond ] GRIETING CARDS GREETING CARDS HALF PRICE CHRISTMAS CARDS GIFT WRAP -- RIBBON LA2-4671 HELP WANTED LEGAL NOTICE MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate 563 Olympia National Life Bldg. Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Wash. iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter af the Estate of HELEN A. HALL, Deceased. In Probate. No 1721176. Notice to Creditors. Notlos Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail. fled as Executor of the estate of Helen A. Hall, Deceased; that all persons hav. Ing claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the some duly In 1he Matter of the Estate af HAZEL verified, on said Executor or his at- ETHERTON, Deceased In Probate. torneys of record ot the address below No. 172890, Notice to Creditors. stated, and file the some with the Clerk Seattle, Wash. CDRBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys for Eslate, 847 Logan Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final 9.13-63 WILLIAM F. HENNESSEY, Executor of said Estate, 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, By Robert H. Lamb, Atlorneys for Estole, 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington Final 9-6-63. estate must serve earne on undersigned BENNETT, Mrs. John H. (Mary El, appointed and qualified executor of Ion), S2, 4634 Fowler Court, died Sap, estate or Its attorney of record at od- tember 2. Requiem September $ Immoc, dress below and file same with court clerk with proof of service within six months after August 23, 1963, being first aubllcatlon date. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON, By R. L. HILDRETH, Assistant Trust Officer, Executor JOSEPH A HOLLBMAN, Attorney fbr Estole, 1035 Securities Building, Seattle 1, Washington ulate Conceplion Church. Born In Bos. ton, MOSS. Lived here 43 years. Sur- vivors: husbana; three sons, John J., Bellevue, Albert A., ond Francis H., Everett; 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Cassidy Funeral Home. HOEFFLER, Dr. Clement L, Sr., 87, 2502 Colby Ave., died August 29. Re- quiem September 3 Immaculate Con. caption Church. Born in WoedsfielO, Ohio. Came to Everett 50 years ago. Long prominent Everett physician. Final 9.6-63. Member of Serra Club, Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus, Elks. Honorary Notice is hereby given that the under- of said Court, logether with proof of Janilor 1o 'live In. No. 4 signed has been appointed and has quail, such service within six months after the IIconse to operate fu.rnoce, fled as execulor of the estate of Hazel date of first publication of this notice, qulred. Box "A" lhe Prog- Etherton, Deceased; 1hot oll persons how or the same will be barred, ing claims against said deceased ore Date of first publlcalion August 23,; 6k-H6"( =;E -o hereby required to serve the some duly 1963. i ECTORY. WRITE THE verified, on said executor or her attar. JOSEPH A. HDLLEMAN In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPH "BDX B." ney of record at the address below Attorneys for Estate TRAN, Deceased. In Probate No. ALESMAN TO SELL stated, and file the some with the Clerk 1030 Securities Building of said Court, logether with proof of Seattle 1, Washington EAUTIFUL CATHOLIC BIBLI such service wlthln six months after SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON PUBLISHED. EM. 4-7482. the date of first publication of this FOR KING COUNTY. FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING rice, or the some will be barred. Ogle of first publication August 23rd 1963 IONA KtRKPATRICK, RUSSELL D. ETHERTON, Co-oxecutors of said Estate, 563 Olympic Notional Life Building, Seattle, Washington MOSCHETTO. ALFIERI & DRIANO, Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., 5eatlle, Washlngt0n Flnol 9-6-63 CASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pros. James Ca,idy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-21711 MElrose 2-0100 S08 North 361h Seattle GEORGE HOFFNER Owner John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned nd Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3.1234 In the Heart o t the Medical CentEr Estate of ALFRED DANIEL DOKKEN, Deceased. No. 172686 Notice to Credl- 1ors. All persons having claims against said estate must serve some on undersigned appointed and qualified administrator of estate of its attorney of record at od, dress below and file some with court clerk with proof of service within six months after August 23, 1963, being first date. SPENCER O. DOKKEN, Admlnlstrotor JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN, Attorney for Estate, 1035 Securities Building, Seottli 1, Washlngton PInal 9-6.63. OGRE, DUBUAR & DDRE, FRED H. DaRE Attorney for Estate, 1429 Washington Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Wushlngton for the County of King In the Matter of the Es!ate of ,ROSE FRANKFURT COLSKY, Deceased. In Probate. NO. 167128. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distri- bution. Notice Is hereby given that Seattle- Ftrst National Bank Executor of the Estate of Rose Frankfurt ColskY has filed In the office of the Clerk of enid Court Its final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Executor; and that sold Report and petition will be heard on the 30th day of September, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Deportment of said Court, al which time and place ny person =ln- lerested in said Estate may appear and file ob)ections thereto and contest the some. Dated this 210t day of August, 1963. Date of flrlt publication, August 30, 1119. II NORMAN R. RIDDELL II Clerk of said Court. I By R. M. ALLENBACH I ! DeputY. li DARE, DUBUAR & DORE, |I FRED H. DaRE II 1429 Wa,hlngton Bide, IiAttorney for Estate, I I Seaflle, Wash. ,.Jl Final 9-13-63 MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO i Attorneys for Estate ALEXANDER L. CAIN member at Washlnglon Stole Medico1 568 Olympic National Bldg. Attorney far Guardian Society, Snohomish County Medico] Seatlle, Washington I 918 Joseph Vance Bldg Society and Puget Sound Academy- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE t Seattle, Wnsh. Optholegy. Member of the American State of Washington for the County of! IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Medicat Association. Survivors: wife, King. State of Washington for the County of Marie; son, Dr. C. L. Hoeffler Jr.; King. In the Matter of the Guardianship of 172909. Notice to Creditors. HARMON LEWIS FOSTER, An In- Notice is hereby given that the under- competent person. In Probate. No signed has been appointed and has luali- 172523. Notice ta Creditors. fled as executrix of the estato of Joseph Notice is hereby given that the under- Tron, Deceased; that all persons having signed has been appointed and has quail- claims agalnsl said deceased are hereby fled as Guarding of the Estate of required to serve he same duly verb Harmon Lewis Foster, an Incompetent fled on sad executrix or her attorneys oerson' thnt rill nor.nn hnl, ln I" ' ...... -- ------' ........  .............. g C,.ImS of record o! the address oelow smeo, o .... .... " .... u l/ ,ulu incompelenl are nereoy re- and file the some wth the Clerk of SOld quired t ,rw th s0rn ua fd uch S rv .................. ' ..... r ..... , Court together with proof at s e -i on sad nuard nn or hr 'trn nf Ice within six months otter the date of! record at he a;dress below ;t;i;l''ancI first publication of this notice, or the f th ' t  Clrk nf' sid .... e same wlth .h ............ same w h De parred. I Court, together with proof of such serv- Date of first publication AUgUSt 23 Ice wlthtn ix n , ' s' moths after the date of 1963. first publlcotlon of thle notice, or the same will be barred, Date of first publication August 30, 963. MILDRED FOSTER, Guardian of sold Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Attorney for Guardian, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Final.9.13-63. CORBBTT, SIDERlUS & LONERQAN Attorneys for Estate, 847 Logan Building Senttle, Wash, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washlngton for the County of King In the Molter of the Estate of BLANCHE M. SAUER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172226, Notice 1o Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Blanche M. Souer, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said dnceased ore hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said odmln- /s/ KATE TRAN, Executrix of satd Estate, 1323 Sturgls Ave. South, Seattle, Woshinglon MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Bldg., Seattle, Washington Final 9-6-63. KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys far Estate, 907 Arctic Bulldlng Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Molter or the Estate of ALO- YSIUS F. STITCH, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No, 168076. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distri- bution. Notice Is hereby given that Joseph S. Kone Administrator of the Estate of Aloyslus F. Stitch, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking, the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entfflsd and to discharge said Administrator; and that said Report and pelltion will be heard on the 241h day of September, 1963, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 22nd day of August, 1963. Dote of first publication August 30, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. By R. M. ALLENBACH Deputy. KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys for Estate, 907 Arctic Building Seafflo, Wash. Final 9.13.63 two daughters, Mrs. Henry HoMey, Fort Wayne, Indo., and Mrs, Eugene Johnson, Seattle; four sisters in the east; l0 grandchildren and two great. grandchildren. Cossldy Funeral Home. Kenmore GRIFFIN, Mrs. Patrick A., (Dorothy May), 54, 20329 66th Ave N.E., died August 30. Requiem September 3 St. Brendan Church. Burial Holyreod. Born in Cadillac, Mich, Came here In 1941, Member of the Ladles Auxiliary, Eronch 18, Fleet Reserve Association. Survivor: husband, Patrick A. Griffin, and four brothers. EIdon, Gordon, Don- old and Howard Lamphere, oil of-Seattle. Clark's Bothell Funeral Home, Lummi SOLOMON, William, 40, Beach Star Route, died August 26. Requiem St. Joachim Church AUgUSt . Ltve her his entire life. Survivors: wife, Betty; mother, Mrs. Edith Jones; father Domlen Solomon; two brothers, San. ford, Lummi Reservation; Harry, Lyn- den; three sislers, Mrs. Eva Sleber, Seattle, Mrs. Maxlne Kelsey, Los An. gales; Mrs. Donna Willlam Concrete. Moles Funeral Home. Mr. Vernon CHENEY, Mrs. Ruth Maser, 82, Route Four, died August 22. Requiem August 24 Immaculole Heart of Mary Church. Born in Paris, Ohio. Lived in the Big Lake area for 23 years. SUrvivors: husband, Simeon, Big Lake; son, Henry lstrotor or hfs attorneys of record ot Vonderwarker, Tacoma; two grand- the address below stated, and file the chtldren and one great grandchild. same with the Clerk of said Cour|, to- Lemley Mortuary. gather with proof of such service within six months offer the dote of first pub- lication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication August 30, 1963, Seatfle-lst Notional Bank, Metropoli- tan Branch, Trust Department. By: Trust Officer c/o 847 Logan Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Administrator of Sold Estate CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN AHorneys for Estate, 187 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. Final g,lS-63 Puyailup MONROE, George W,, 53, 610 161h 5t. S,W., died August 29. Regulem -September 3 All Saints Church, Born In Duluth, Minn. Lived here nine years. Employe of insurance company. Survi- vors: wife, Agnes E,; three sons, Lt. Dennis G., U.S, Army, Homestead, Fla., and Gerald and R}chard, at home; two daughters, Mrs. WHilom Co!len Hnrwood, Tacoma and June Monroe, ot home; brother, Lawrence A., Proctor, Mlnn,; two granddaughters. Powers-Wrigley-Clements, Funeral Home. Redmond THE PROGRESS9 ULRICH, Mrs. LOUIS (Aane Kath- Frldey, 6, 1963 erlna), 50, 12053 Woodlnville Highway ,,Sept. N. E., died August 29. Requiem Sep- fember S Holy Family Church, Kirk- land. Born In Switzerland. Came here In 1942. Member of the Swiss Ladies' Society of Tacoma and the Swiss Colony, Monroe. Survivors: husband, Louis and three sons, Louis, Jr., Frank ond Joseph Ulrich, all at Red- mond. Green's Chapel at Tbe Valley. Seattle BRENNAN, John J,, 80, formerly of 5202 S. Mayflower St., died September Tacoma KEARNEY, Augustive, 92, 2131 S. S0th St., died August 28. Requiem August 31 Visitation Church. Born In Manoyunk, Pa. Lived here 17 years. Retired papermaker and a veteran of the Sponlsh-Amerlcan War. Survivors: wife, Mary; daughter, Mrs, Ursula Buetther, Shawano, WIs.; two sons, Orville and Joseph, both of Tacoma; 2. Requiem September 5 St\\;Edward brother AIoystus, Philadelphia; grand- Church, Burial Hotyrood. Born In Yank- children and two great.grandchildren. fan, S. D. Come here in 1917. Was o  Mountain View Funeral Home. retired shipyard worker. Member of the Eagles Survivors: sons, John P., LaBELLE Adolph, 91, 4810 S. WII- Seattle; Thomas P Bellevue; foster son, Toylor Anderson; daughter, Mrs. Evelyn M. Johnston; sister, Mrs. Anna B. Miller, all of Seaflle; sister, Mrs. Margaret Conover, Rapid City, S. D. Seven grandchildren; two great-grand. children. Columbia Funeral Home. keson St., died August 28, Requiem August 31 Visitation Church. Burial Calvary, Born in Wisconsin and lived here more than 50 years, Retired farmer and member of Third Order Of St. Oomlnic. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Marie Holcomb, Tacoma; two grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. Seattle DAY, Warren'John, 21, 7002 10th Ave. N.W., died August 27 white skin diving. Requiem August 30 St. Alphonsus Church, Burial Holyrood. 8orn In Seat- tie. Attended St. Alphansus Elementary School and was graduated from Seattle Preparatory School tn 1960. Wos a service stotton mechanic, Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Day; tour sisters, Donna, Judith, Barbara and Dorothy Day, and a brother, John Day, and hls maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, John P. McGlnnls, all of Seattle. Hoffner's Flsher.Kolfus Funeral Home. DUNN, Mrs. Alice, 65. 6226 Plara Ave. S., died August 31. Requiem Sep- 1ember 4 St. George Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Scotland. Came here 43 years ago. Survivors: sons, James an John, and aaughter, Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, al of Seattle; four sisters, 14 grandchildren and two greot-grondchH. dren. Georgetown Funeral Home. EMARD, Henry, 1205 22nd Ave, E, died August 31. Requiem September S St. Joseph Church, Born In Eou Claire, WiS. Came here 58 veers ago. Was founder and president of on Alaska salmon packing firm. Surviving Is his wife, Loretta. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. FORD, Mrs, Rosemory, 67, 10541 Interlake Ave. N.. died August 30. Requiem Sept. 3 Chrlst the King Church. Born In Helena, Mont. Came here from Poison, Mont. Member of Evergreen Lodge, A,O.U.W. and the auxiliary to the Fortson-Thygsen Coma, Spanish War Veterans. Survivors: son, George W, Ford, Bothell; daughter, Mrs. Edward Seefeld, Anocortes and three grandchildren. Wigeon & Sons Funeral Home. MURPHY, R. Clyde, 63, 161 Valley St., died August 30. Requiem Seotember 4 Sacred Heart Church Burial Cal- vary. Born in Monkafo, Mtnn. Came here 60 years ago. Was an engineer with the Great Northern Railway. Was employed by the railroad for 47 Years. Wos o member of the Brotherhood ot Locomotive Engineers Union anC the Holy Name Society. Survivors: wife, Louise; two sisters, Mrs. Roy McGIll and Mrs. Gordon Foerester, and 1 brother, Con Murphy, al ef Seattle. Hoffaer's FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. POWERS, Wallace T., 62, 5227 Leafy Way N. W., died Seatember 1. Re- quiem August 5 St. AIphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Spokane, Come here in 1901. Operated the Wally Powers Food Store before rotirlng SIX years ago. Member of the Elks. Sur- viving are his wife, Eleanor J., and hts mother, Mrs. Anne M. Bell Seatt e, M ttelstadt Ballard Funeral Home, RICCID, Mrs. Lucy, 96, 21 13th Ave. S., died August 31 Reaulem September 3 St. George Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Itoty. Came here S0 years ago. Survivors: son, Lennord; daughter, Mrs. Tony $Calzo, bath Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Joe Malnatl, Kent; six grandchildren; 13 great- grandchildren. Georgetown Funerat Home. SCHMADEKA, Mrs. Ehttia, (Lima], 70, 309 Belmont Ave. E., died August 26. Requiem August 29 Our Lady Chapeb St. James Cathedral. BuriaJ Holyrood, Bore te Walla Walla. Came here n 1942 from Lewlston, tdoho. Was a retired clerk-typist for the Army En, gineers. Survivors: sisterS, Glodys H. Martin, Sealfie, and Mrs. Donald POHOe, Remington, Ind., and two brolhers, Pleasant J. Martin. Seattle, and Bernard E, Martin, Pullman. Manning & SOnS Funeral Home. Tacoma BAUER, Mrs. Walter W. (Mtrcedl M.], 53, formerly of Seattle, died August 30. Requiem September 3 St. Anne Church, Seattle, Burial Calvary. Bern In Buckley, Taught school at Cumberland In Malle Valley from 1932 to 1942. Lived in Tacoma since 1956. Survivors: husband; two brothers, John and Fay McAvoy, both of Seattle. Mannl0g & 5one Mortuary, Seattle. CURRAN, Lawrence, 75, 6501 5, L St. died August 30. Requiem September 3 St, Ann Church, Burial Calvary. Born In St. Paul, Mtnn. Owned Curran Phar, macy prior to moving to Bell ngham 20 years ago, Returned here In March, Member of the Pharmaceutical AS. sociatton; Skogwoy, Alaska; Elks, Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus. Survivors: wife, Elizabeth; son, Larry, Portland; brother, Steve, Spokane; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Paterson, Seattle, Mrs. Sarah Windsor, Tacoma, Mrs. Delia Paterson, Son Fronctsoo and Mrs. WInifred Anderson; two granddaughters. Gaffney Funorat Home. DRAKE, Mrs. MoW M,, Route Two, Box 982, died August 30, RequIom SeI, tember 5 St. Martin af Tours Church Burial Calvary. Born In Esqulmolt, B. C. and lived here 41 years. Survivors: son, Willlam G. Warren, Tacoma. and two daughters, Darlene G. Warren and Christine Drake, both of Tacamn. TueU Funeral Home. LINCOLN, Mrs. Harold G. (Evelyn C.} Sr., 43, 1616 S. Lafayette St., died August 29. Requiem August 31 Out' Lady Queen of Heaven Church. Burial Calvary. Born In MInneagalls. Crime here form Anoka, Mlbn., 23 yearg ago. Survivors: husband; three cons, Harold G. Jr., and Robert of Tacoma and Ed. ward at home; daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Kinney, at hemP; tour brothers, Will lam Keller, St. Paul, Howard, Aneke, grid Lowis and Loyal, beth ef Minn- eapolis; sister, Mrs. Sloven Gollagher, Minneapolis; four grandchildren. Dryet" Mortuary. Tacoma O'LEARY, John R., 39, 11457 Pnclflc Ave., died August 27. Requiem August 30 St. John of the Woods Church. Born at Timber Lake, S.O. grid came to Parkland from there 16 years ago. Parkland real estate broker and chair- man of this year's Parkland Roundup. Member of the Elks, Eagles, Moose and Parkland Business Club. Survivors: wife, Betty A.; five sons, Michael, Pat- rick, Frank, Joseph and Jerome, all af home; daughter, Shanley, at home; father, Frank; three sisters, Misses Margaret and Jane O'Leary, both of the home, grid Mrs. Mary Burrows, Portland, Ore.; two brothers, Charles and Cletus, both of Tacoma. Dryer Mortuary. Shelfon ALLEN, Robed A. (RIp), 57, died AUgust 27, Requiem August 31 St. Ed- ward Church. Buridl Holy Cross Cem- etery, Shelton. Born here and Ived In Mason County ol his life. Survivors: brother, Phil Ip Allen, Seattle; four SIs- ters, Mrs. Catherine Koffe,n, Ellens- burg; Mrs. Morgorel Biery, Lakewood, Calif.; Mrs. Bernice Stater, San Jose, Calif.; Mrs. Dorothy Cardinal, Shelton, Sumner WAHLE, Mrs. Regina, 88, died Sep- tember 1 in Ellensburg. Requiem Sel. tember 4 St. Andrew Church. Moved fa Sumner ie lSS& Wife of late Mlnolgh Wahle or whom Wahle Road was named. The family moved to Ellens- burg In 1916. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Barbara Wyatt, Ellensburg; three sons, Michael, Ellensburg, Roy, Bellevue, and John, Washington, D.C.; sister, Mrs. Louisa Wahle, Salem, S. D. Ellensburg Funeral Home. Vancouver PRAME, Je,eph M., 67, 11N Ingene St., died Seatember 1. Requiem Sap- 1ember 6 St. James Church, Born In West Union, O h I o. Retired civil engineer. Survivors: wife, Jane F.; stelXlaughter, Mrs. Patrlcla Pfatn- houer, Lansing, MIch.; brother, James, West Union; sister, Mrs. Lucllle Krnger, Cincinnati. Knapp-Gundersan Funeral Home. RANCORE, Orlando E., $4, '26 E. 34th St., died August 31. ReClulem September 5 Our Lady Of LoUrees Church. Burial St. James Acres. Bern In Rltzvllle. Moved to Comas at age of nine. Survivors: wife, Edna; won, Dwayne E., New Orleans, Lo.; ste daughter, Mrs. Zara Mitchell, Corvallis, Dre.; two sisters, Sally Rearson, Seattle and Daisy Krleger, Comas; three grandchildren. Vanouvee Fun- erol Home. BIRTHS IELLINGHAM  St. JosePh General Nespltgl reports ';he following blrlh$ to Mr. and Mrs.: James Flnkbonner, girl, August UL Charles Litz, girl, August 27. Emmett Wooster, boy, August 30. James Mulligan, girl, Augus! 38. LONGVlEW -- St. Joh Hosgll tP ports the follewlnll blrlhe to Mr. and Mrs.: Dr. and Mrs. Roger Grummeh BIrh August I1, James Mlddendod, girt, August . James Day, girt, AUgUSt 29. SEATTLESt. Frneas Cebrlal HOS= plll repaHs the fallowing bldhl ta Mr. and Mrs.: Dean Allard, boy, July 11. Ronold Colson, girh July 19. Alert Federsplel, bov, July 1', Marco Loaez, girl, August 2. Hdrlan HIginbotham, girl, August Richard Radloff, girt, August& William Ashbaugh, boy, August 1& Norbed Buchholz, bey, August 13. Antonio Absolor, girl, AUgust 13, Ronold Pelerson, boy, August 14. John Jaoby girl, August 15. Gdry Smith, bOY, August 15, Thoma Cunnlngham, girl, AgguSt 17, Eugene Klein. boV. August 19, , Joseph Krempl, gird August 20. Joseph Burke boy, August 20, Robert Qunvau, girl, August 25. Robed Troutmonn, girl, August Earl Palmeter, girl, August 24. William Hanson, boy, AUgust 24. Stephen Rei, glrl, August 27. Oliver $chantz, bey, August 29. WIItlam Dowell, girl, August 2@. Wllllam Hofmbnn, twln glrls, AUg. ;]1. Erln Blglr, girl, September I, David Gaoler, girl, SePtember 2, SEATTLE -- Pravldence Hospital re- perts the f011owIng bldbs to Mr, end Mrs.: Theodore Thompson, bey, AUgust 26. Jack Tedrow, bay, August ,& Robed Wood, boy, August 26, Gerald Rapada, bay, August 17. John Schmltz, boy, August 27. Arthur Negrt, girl, August 27. Patrick Gray, gtrl, August 2I. Yah Fong, girl, Auguet . Harold Chambers, boy, August 2@. Josepll Helleman, girl, August 2@. Mtehasl Donovan, girl, AUgUSt 30, Robert Covanaugh, girl, AuguIt 30, Kenneth Messer, glrl, August 0. Charles Lawman, girl, AUgUSt 30. Dominic Otter, girl, August 31. John Hochho ter, boy, August 31. Jerry Burns, girl, SeDfembar t. Alfred MandaPat, girl, September I. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home PAUL L. MYLAN, Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 02 W. 11th," Vancouver OX, 4-257 I II I I I I  I II I N I[ / J t