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CLASSIFIED RATE: 30C PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE HOMES FOR SALE PRICE SLASHED WALK TO MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 U nde 52Oraisal AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FULL BASEMENT FINISHED REC. ROOM I JOE PINE 2 FIREPLACES I UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO $250 DOWN / ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 NOW $14,950 / MEMBER ST. BENEDICT&apos;S A sensational opportunity--older couple[ have made a hobby of caring for andJ Improving their lovely plastered hnme.J Featuring spacious coved ceiling liv./ AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 CARPET WORK Ing room wlth brick fireplace, sparkling new kitchen In birch and mica with double stainless steel sink -- bedrooms have huge walk-ln closets Handy sew- Ing room or den. Daylight basement is finished into attractive wood paneled rec room with fireplace, utility rm.-- workshop, and storage space Well , planned back yard Is loaded with fruit RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-$450 FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs,) guffers and downspouts, Asbestos and I composition siding. Free estimates, l Guaranteed work. Coil C R. MARCYES. EA. 4-S481 840 Poplar P ace HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- I pairs, Interior, exterior, insured. Refer- I ences. Up to S years to paY. I PA 2-4463 TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Colessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 frees and shrubbery--cUte little build- ing tn back con be used for play house or extra guest rm Our exclu- sive, call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 - 1st Ave. South OPEN HOUSE COLONIAL BUILT INS & FRPLCE FOR RENT ST. PAUL'S FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms; unfurnished; recently pointed inside and outside. $70.00 per month. PA. 3-3150. ASSEMBLY HOTEL nder management Redecorated. Warm rooms, Near St. James :: Cathedral, hospitals. Pensioners wel- come, $40 month up. 823 Madison -- MA3-4174 PATRICK--North Broadway. Un- furnlshed. 4 bedroomS. Basement. Dou- ble garage. $120 month. EA. 3-3524. FURNITURE $16,600 $4OO DOWN New and ready to move Into upon ap- proval of credit. Built for the grow- ing family. 3 bedrooms finished on the lower level. A deluxe tile vanity bath. Step-saving kitchen with leads of birch cabinets, Formica counters, range and oven. Dining room has slid- ing glass doors. Guest size living rom has open stairway to 2nd level which is ready to finish into 3 more bedrooms. Family room and bath. Lo. St. Lukes FULL ROMAN BRICK 3 BEDROOMS FULLY PLASTERED $23,950 One cannot Imagine the beauty ant horniness of this beautiful Roman Brick home and its Ivy covered wall situ- ated In the middle of the most mag- nificent tree studded lot you have ever seen or can imagine. We are not stretching a point when we soy It is living at its best. It boosts a large living room, formal dining room with luxury w/w carpeting and drapes, 3 large bedrooms, finished rec. room with Its own Individual fireplace, bright and cheery kitchen with ample eating area and work counters all finished in tile. Its quiet seclusion will make you most happy. Hurry to see this today. Ad No. 3654. Picture Floor Plans Inc. 18332 Aurora. LI. 2-3184 or MU. 2-6860 COLONIAL BRYANT ASSUMPTION 4 BDRMS. -- 2 BATHS $21,%o OUTSTANDING large, family home In choice district. Huge, built-In country kitchen. Loads of ceramic tile and mahogany finishing. One step to school, bus and shopping. CALL NOW. EWING & CLARK 5507-35TH NE LA 4-4400 OPEN 9 TO 9 coted lust blocks from parochial and public school. All Improvements are, 4 BDRMS. in and paid for. Will consider trade of your smaller home. Call on Ad I .o L,,3 ST. JOHN PR 6.2154 OR I drive out highway 99 to 212, turn $74.90 MO. right to 58th west, house number is/t Here Is a wonderful family home on a 22502. MAK/IN" "----"', INC. Jl large lot near all conveniences. Spa- L. P. laus plan Includes formal living and dining rooms. Country kitchen with electric range. Full basement. Move IMPERIAL East terms.right tn on zero down, FHA or G.I. LA 5-6116 BEST'S, INC. EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move into o/CTo dL..),..rr'[-] ,.,/f,("l-I'll I,C" Ask our representative about -- PFP's "Exchange-A-Plan" Trade your old house Into the "Home of your dreams." J ii HALLER LAKE I In' Memoriam I ZERO DOWN 3 BEDROOMS WHITE BRICK BASEMENT $13,750 Large lot (120x120) on paved street. 2 twin size bedrooms. PLUS small bed- room, Nice living room with cozy fire. place. All assessments In and paid for. 2 car detached garage and workshop. Coil us now on Ad No. 3. EM 4-1180 PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, Inc, LEGAL NOTICES KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG, Attorneys 1210-1411 Fourth Ave Bldg. Seattle h Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE state of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of CHAR- LOTTE M. HAUPTMANN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169135. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrotrix af the Es- tate at Charlotte M. Hauptmann, De- ceased; that all persons hovlng clalms against said deceased or against said estate are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Mary Per- rest or her attorneys of record at the with the clerk of said court, together address below stated, and file the same with the clerk of said court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the dote of first publ]ca. tion of thls notice, or the same wil be! barred, i Date of first publication Nov. 16, 1962. I i Pray for them... /S/ MARY PERRETT i Admlnistratrix of said Estate, TM O the charity of your asses and prayers are com- mended the souls of the fol- lowing departed priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Edward P. Lori. gan, died Nov. 26, 1908. The Rev. Miel,ael J. O'Cal- laghan, died Nov. 26, 1924. The Rev. William Dwyer, died Nov. 28, 1910. The Very Rev. P. F. Hyle- boss died Nov. 28, 1918. The Rev. Demetrius 3uene- man, O.S.B., died Nov. 29, 1948. The Ray. Julius LaMotta, S.J., died Nov. 29, 1962. O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations; Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; Bnd let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen--PRAYIR FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Seattle PARADISE, Put A., 61, 9800 39th Ave. S.W., died November 18. Requiem November .21 Holy Family Church, Burial Calvary. Born in Italy. Came here 22 years ago. Was a sheet metal worker. Survivors: wife, Florence; daughter, Mrs. Jack Horton; son, An. thony, all Seattle; four brothers; two sisters in Italy; s I x grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. TRUESDALL, Arthur L., 2621 371h Ave. W., died Nov. 14. Requiem Nov. 17 Our Lady of Fatima Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Tekoa, Wash. Came here 35 years ago from Baker, Ore. Was an appliance salesman for the Ban Marche for the last eight years. Member of Retail Department Store Clerks Local. Survivors: wife, Myrtle E., at Seattle; daughter, Mrs. John Mosman of S o n Francisco; step- daughter, Mrs. Ronold Plckerlng of Seattle; brother, Clarence of Napa, Calif., sisters, Mrs. Frances Williams of San Francisco and Mrs. Fred Wid- man of Baker, Ore,; three grand- children. Manning and Sons Funeral Home Seattle THE PROGRESS--9 TIMBREZA, A,e, T. 64, s19 32nd Friday, Nov. 23, 1962 Ave., died Nov. 14. Requiem Nov. 17 Church of the immaculate. Burial Col- vary, Born in Dolores Abra, Philippine Islands. Came here 45 years ago. Was a marine cook. Member of American Legion. Survivors: wife, Mary; stepson, Gerald Sherman, with the U.S. Army at Ft. Lewis; brother, Fred Timbreza, San Francisco. John Kalin Funeral Home. Tacoma LoPLANTE, Mrs. Emma D., 79, 4546 S. 7th St., died Nov. 13. Requiem Nov. IS St Frances Cabrinl Church. Burial Calvary. Born tn Two Rivers, Wls. Lived here 51 years. Manager Of Tac- oma Pleating Works for many years. Survivors: three sons, Ervln, Vista, Calif., and Ray and Louis, both of Tacoma; two brothers, Ralph and Emery Kasten, bath of Wisconsin; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Portable, Olympia, Mrs. Eleanor Teller, Lacey and Mrs. Hulda LaPlante, Peshtlgo, wis., four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Goffney Funeral Home. Activities Calendar M a | o r ev, enta sponsored by Catholic organtza- Edmonds Uon, are Hated here. The purpose of the calendar Is GOMEZ, Mrs. Lgls (Adrienne M.), to a I d in a v o I d I n g conflict of dates In scheduling 35, 8228 242nd S.W., died Nov. 14. Requiem Nov. 19 St. Plus X Church, events. Listings should be sent to The Progre.s Jn writing. Major e v e n t s spon- sored by Catholic organi- zations are listed here. The purpose of the cal- endar is to aid in avoid- ing conflict of dates in scheduling events. List- ings should be sent to The Progress in writing. " November 27, 1962 -- O'Dea January 23, lg63 -- Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood opening night of "Carnival" at the Opera House. January 27, 1963 -- Blancher Mothers Club family dinner, I-6 p.m. in the cafeteria. February 3, 1963--Graduates Reception at Holy Names Academy for alumnae. February 8, 1963 -- Blanchet High School Mothers Club des- Mountlake Terrace. Burial Holyrood. Born In LeGal Alberta, Came to Ed- monds in 1946. Was a Jewelry dark at the Price Mort. Survivors: husband, Luis Gomez; sons, Richard and James Gomez; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Garneau, oH of Edmonds; brothers, Raymond Garneau, Edmonds; Leonard Garneau, Auburn; Jean Garneau, Seat- tie, and Larry Garneau, Portland; sisters, Mrs. Evonette Bachand, Ed- monton, Alberta; Mrs. Yvette Hobart, Auburn, and Mrs. Armonde Loucks, Toronto, Ontario B e c k ' s Funeral Home. Renton FAVRO, Mrs Rail, (Mdddolena), now. Visit the furnished show houses. 1130 Eastlake Ave. East 82, 500 Cedar St., died November 16. Open Daily. 10 a.m. 'til 9 at night. Seattle 2, Wash. Requiem November 20 St. Anthony, Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. Very good S bedroom home. 2 full baths :Karr, Tuttle, Campbell, Koch Church. Born in Italy. Come fo New hooting plant, all in fine condl, l & Granberg, Attorneys for Estate, Renton in 1913. Member of the Italian lion. Reasonably priced. Owner will! 1210-1411 Fourth Ave. Bldg. Independent Society. Survivors: three consider contract. For Information call )Seattle 1, Wash I sons, Maria, Aldo and William Favro, ST. MATTHEW'S Mrs Murphy, EA. 2-2710, I Final 11-30, '621 all of Renton; a daughter, Mrs. Emil Fovro, Seattle; five grandchildren, and Bedrooms on Main level. Full base- VINCENT D MILLER INC. i McMAHO'" WEBsTER-&-BR-owN --I nine great.grandchildren. Stokes Mort- i 1 iit mont. Large living room with log- 3817 N.E. 451h. LA. 2-5626 'uary. size fireplace. Separate dining room Attorneys Handy "U" kitchen w.th pass through QUEEN ANNE ' 3.seattle,JOhn WuMLStreet to dining room. Basement finished in for Sth bedroom plus large workshop.! ST. ANNE'S ,N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattle Stole of Woshlngton for the County of Double detached garage Large corner ....... ' ..... Furmshed 5 rooms main floor. 1 plus King lOt Neatly lanascapea WITh n o f I V e " " F"-- J e  at "21 000 i bedrooms up. Fireplace. Full base- In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPH trees HA oppra s a s ' lent. Nice yard. Only $15,250 . col TERRIZZI, Deceased. In Probate No. Crawford & Conover, Inc. Mr. Garrison, AT2-6439. 169198. Notice to Creditors. 'Seattle's oldest real estate firm' I BLA NE REALTY Notice is hereby given that the un- 040 351h N.E. LA. 3-5555111V 2 Boston AT35511 dersigned has been appointed and has __ MA._VS-_ " .... qualified as Executor of thn estate of ............. I Joseph Terrlzzi Deceased; that al per- N. AII/UL I-IILL ]Owner sacrifices 3 bedrooms, nil on 1 sons havIna claims oaolnst said de- f f Ill homes in god contemporary Recreahon room Near c a are h r One of those Ine a y g ' e sed e eby requ red to serve the condition with Mother-in-law apartmentJ Iockson Golf Course Walking distance same duly verified, on said Executor or In basement. 4 bedrooms new double o St. Matthew's, on Cul-de.sac, near his attorneys of record at the address fireplace. Separate dining room and I bus and shopping, Carpets, drapes, below stated and file 1he same w th the breakfast nook. Priced only $16,950 range, combination washer and dryer Cerk of sad Court together with proof For more information call Mary Brace. all go, at $17,900. FHA DOWN payment, of such servce with n s x months after j lin, EA. 3-8717. EM. 3-6282. the date of first publication of this no-I CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. t rice, or the same will be barred. I 1550 Olive Way EA. 5-07001 Date of first publication November 9, I 1962 Terr i, Frank M Ill LEGAL NOTICES Executor'of sad Estate, Solid brick 3 bdrm. Expandable. 3 bl. I _ 3820 - 38th Avenue South t0 school and church. SpacioUS LR. I Seatt e Wash I Aflractive fireplace. Knotty Pine kltch., K" - & SPEL-" A" ' t ;:nnge I is:;O;redr O::veYepaZl;o Lgue[i A:,#tlerne_ys.l..M N WcALTERoNE,'w00000000% R,tBRowN I perbiy landscPped' Reasonable price ) VO1 A[.IIO .u.uim.glng Attorneys tar Estate, ".enltlO wasp 500 John Street will consider Some t r o d e. S1B 950.' ' ' Agent WE 7-8914 :IN THE SUPER OR COURT OF THE Sealt e, Wash Father Foyle Sings Requiem For Father OLYMPIA--The Rev, Dermot Foyle of St. Michael Church will be the celebrant of a sol- emn high Mass of rEquiem Sat- urday, Nov. 24, at 11 a.m. for his father, John J. FoylE, 75, who died November 19 at his home in Thurles, County Tip- perary, Ire!and. Deacon of the Mass will be Rev. Robert Daly; subdeacon will be Rev. Gabriel Donohue, O.S.B. The Rev. Wiltiam Lane will preach. Mr. Foyle is survived by his wife Margaret and nine sons be- sides Father Foyle. They are Patrick, Brendan, Christopher, Paul, Joseph and Louis, all in Ireland; Kevin, a lay teacher in Moshi, Tanganyika, Africa; John in Issaquah, and Colmcille in Tacoma. Mr. Foyle s s i s t e r, Mrs. Nora Finnegan, lives in Lacey. Requiem Said For Elizabeth Metzgar Requiem Mass was said No- vember 21 in Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral, for Mrs. Elizabeth B. Metzgar, 70, 1006 ARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the; Eastside. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery", Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU. 5-1378 Redmond HELP WANTED Catholic Press PUBLICATIONS HAS OPENINGS FOR PART TIME OR FULL TIME Representatives WRITE P. O. BOX 7464, SEATTLE 33, -gTsPi 2ht-7 E-In qr out. BOX "S". II I I i i i i i Iiiii iiiii MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE BIKES, TRIKES; TRADE-INS ACCEPT- t state of Washington for |he Bounty Flnql 11-t3-62 of Kmg. ......... i P - - .... n the Matter af the Estate ef JAMES S E NEN M. RE LLY L I RAUBER DecMsed In Probate. No. Attorn0y . "- i" I/-_ Ji'i - liAil'"e ' i 1,.,,, ce ,o Creditors 7.611 S.C..Snh PIo.ce d r Mercer 1el Was. bII;WAL IR!V/I%tG, Not!ca IS hereby glven.tho! the un o-., ....... . n ",-,.,. ..... ......  signed hds ooen appalntOd and hns I,.,]I ovrg,u '.'u. vr in= ' I quallfled as Administrator ef the estdte s[ot, ef Washington tar the etlnty EwDsheyasrlfSwea d (sr.epel'}. Js eent 4u , nftheKt?Votter of the Eslote of MART N]gether with proof of such service withlnlq ua'lfled, as Executrix of the estate,of. and dryer parts MIKE'S by 14th Ave. NElL HAGNESS Deceased n Probate six months offer the dote of first pub- Margaret Mae Nescner, uoceosed; tnor South Brid*e Near Boeln- No 2 ............ "- -' U--rin- FIn-I ,,'L caton of the notce or the same willlail persons having claims against said v  . .o. ,o,oo. ,u,,u u, n=u  u '1 . - - ' I dec-a-e  ar- h-r-b .... ' - " " oe barren = u e e y rcqu r=u ,o serve 8442 Dallas Ave. S. PA 3-2605. port and Pet t on for D sir but on J It ........ Not ce is hereby g yen that De Io M. Date of first publication Nov. 16, 1962. ne same auw vermea, on sam xecu- Hagness Administratrix of the Estate JOHN D. SPELLMAN trlx or ner aflorney of record at the m NURSING HOME ^, Martin Nell Honess has filed In the) Administrator of said Estate laddress below stated, and file the same ................. h;  +h c Y ^/ ,l, c...+ h=,l 907 Arctic Building with the Clerk of sold Court, together o...ce o. ...e .er,  ....   ...... I ^+.^ tJ,h ' with nrnof of such service within Iv STUBBINGS NURSING HOME final Report and petition for distribution,= ............... I ..- ............. . c.+h... ,,,+a.. askino the Court to settle said Reaort i KANE & SPELLMAN I montns otter the date of first publlca- ................ '  h Privote cas on,y. distribute the property to the persons l A tforneY.s for. Estole, ;Ornref ' t is notice, or the same will be State LIc No 69 thereto entitled and to d scharge said l 9u/ Arctic uHdlng _ .. 1732-16th Ave. " " CA. 3-6061 I Adminlstratrix; and that said Report i Seattle, Wash. f oa=e at first publication Nov. 16th ONVALESCENT land pet tion w I be heard on the 12th Final 1 -30, '62i 1962. GREENWOOD C - - .,, ^, n .... b'- oo ,+ o.n  AA ^+ ................. PAULA PATRIClA RE LLY N H E uu r u. ,=.,, ., .., . .. ,,.. . .............. URSING aM I Executrix of said Estate "Prlvnt ....... .,.,.,. I the Court Room of the Probate Depart- I MICHAEL R. DONOVAN -"-':t'r N'n"''7' .... I ment of sold Court at which time and[ Attorney I 7611 S,E; 37th Pace .... '.,,-- I Place any person' Interested In said I 219 Pacific Notional Bank Bldg. 't h nMerce-rei'n .... as.. ep e M < y ' j Estate may appear and file oblectlons' Bellevue, Washington t Attorne f'r estate -- Ithereto and contest the same. j IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEi7611 : ,TthP,,_ ' PERSONALS Dated this 141h day of November, 1962 state of Washington for the County -- '  - .:."? 4 Mercer islano wosn   Date at first publication November 16,1 at Snohomlsh ) ' " =l n . a r O H ...................... ' 'Pe 1962. i In the Matter of the Estate of DOROTHY, .  , '62 LIU mluule ageu purull wuu u  I NORMAN R. RIDDELL, i BURGER, Deceased. In Probate. No.! ossisfoqce In reading and typing from Clerk of said Court. 32472. Notice to CredHors. By R. S. Hofeditz, Deputy, Notice is hereby given that the under- I ettred person or student. John Werth, [ MA 4-0210. JAMES J. McBRiDE signed has been oppnJnted and has quail- Attorney for Estate, fled as Executor of the estate of DORa- PLUMBERS F4741V Rainier Avenue South 'THY BURGER, Deceased; that all per- Seanle, Wash. 1 sons having claims against said de- PLUMBING & HEATING Final 11-30, '62 ceased are hereby required to serve the SERVICE I some duly verified, on said LEWLAND ' Radiant Heating... Retail Store i BURGER or his oltorney at record at I C. AC, qART , qON THEODORE P. CUMMINGS i the address below stated, and file 'thor " "  S Attorney same with the Clerk of sold Court, 4501 9th Ave N W U 3 6850 atl n Bid gather with proof of such service within u, 7,,, v=. ,v, v ,.oo,u 1008 Olympic N 0 ol g. Seaffle, Wash. ,six months after the date of first pub- ELE1SION ND RADIO SERVICE I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE licaflon of this notice, or the some will '''''" ' "'' "" .... " state of Washington for the County be barred. Date of first publication Nov. 16, 1962.  of King. LEWLAND BURGER FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA, 3-1172 VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE $2.99 .................... Tom McElroy HOOVER & all other vacuums, Free pickup and delivery. Free delivery of bags and Parts. 1032 N.E. 62nd LA 2-4671 ; LEGAL NOTICE CARROLL & VERZANI Attorneys Seattle, Wash. : IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE , State at Washington tar the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of LAURA DALLMAN, Incompetent. In Probate. No. 169189. Notice to Creditors. Notice ts hereby given that the un- : dersigned has been appointed and h0s qualified as guardian of the estate of Laura Dollmon, Incompetent; that all persons having claims against said party are hereby required to serve the some, duty verified, on sold Emily Markun or her oltorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the sqme with the Clerk of sold Court, to- 'gether with proof of such service within six months offer the dote of first pub- llcat!on of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication 16th Nov., 1962. EMILY MARKUN Guardian of said Estate. In the Maler of the Estate of JOANNE FRANCES WATSON, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No. 166272. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quali- fied as Administrator of the estate of JOANNE FRANCES WATSON, Deceased; that al persons hnvIng claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on sad Administrator or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and tile 1he same with the Clerk of said Court, togelher with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Nov. 16th 1962. DEWEY L. WATSON Admlnlstralor of said Estate. Executor of said Estate. 1827 Walnut St., Everett, Wosh. MICHAEL R. DONOVAN Attorney for Estate, 219 Pacific National Bank Bldg. Bellevue, Washington Final 11-30, '62 CORBETT, SIDERlUS & LONERGAN Attorneys 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of J, C. COREY, Deceased. In Probate. NO. 169486. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of J. C Carry, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said de- JOHN F. ROBINSON Attorney 2800 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE state of Washington for the County at King. In the Matter of the Estate of LILLIAN MAY NOSER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169352. Notice to Creditors. Notlco iS hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has 1008 Olympic National Bldg., qualified as Executor of the estate of Seattle, Wash. LILLIAN MAY NOSER, Deceased; that THEODORE P. CUMMINGS all persons having claims against said Attorney for Estate, deceased are hereby required to serve 1008 Olympic National Bids the same duly verified, on said Executor SeatS(e, Wash. or his attorney at record at the address MA 4-8887 below stated, and file the some with Final 11-30-62 he Clerk of said Court, together with roof of such service w th n s x months after the dote of first publication at this notice, or the same witl be barred. Date of first publication Nov. 16 1962. JOHN NOSER Executor of said Estate. 2800 Smith Tower, Seattle, Wash. JOHN F. ROBINSON Attorney for Estate, 2800 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. Final 11-30-62 Final 12-7-62, 502 Washington Building ceased are hereby required to serve Sottle, Wash. tle same duly verified, on said Blanche ICARROLL & VERZANI 14. Carry or her attorneys of record at Attorneys for Estate, 'Seattle, Wash. i the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sod Court, t Final 11-30, '62 together with proof at such service ___ __ within six monlhs after the date of ' first publication of this nonce, or the Classified advertising gets same wltl be barred. Dote of first publication November 23, 1962. r es ul t s in The Progress. ] BLANCHE H. COREY Home to sell, buy or rent? ! Executrix of sold Estale. 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. Call MAin 2-8880, Exlension 21 Corbett, Slderius & Lonergan Attorneys for Estate, , and solve your problems the 847 LaBan Building, Seat.To, Wast.. '. ey way. BIRTHS BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph Ooneral Hospital reports thl following blrth to Mr. and Mrs.: Arnold Finkbonner, girl, Nov. 15. CHEHALISSt. Helen Hospital rl. ports the following hlrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Ronold Sullivan, girl, Nov. 15. VerSe Mead, boy, NOV. 16. Lewis Davis, boy, Nov. t7. EVERETT -- Providence Hospital re- ports the following hirths to Mr. and Mrs.: T. Noel Harry, girl, Nov. 8. James Norton, girl, Nov. 10. Harvey Beauchomp, girl, Nov. 10. Harry Whitney, twin boys, Nov. 11. David Quigley, girl, Nov. 12. Fred Buret,a, girl, Nov. 12. Duane Callings, girl, NOV. 13. SEATTLEProvidence Hospital ro. ports the !allowing births tO Mr. and Mrs.: Aiphon Davis, glrL Nov. 12. James Hough, boy, Nov. 13. Roger Bolllnger, boy, Nov. 13. William Knowles, boy, Nov. 13. Daniel Henderson, boy, Nov. 14. Manuel Comilon, boy, Nov. 14. David Gordon, girl, Nov. 14. Robert Williams, boy, Nov. 14. Richard Schober, boy, Nov. IS. John Sulilvan, glrl, Nov. 15 John Scott, glrl, Nov. 15. Mark Keller, boy, Nov. 16. Robert Anderson, boy, Nov. 16. Mtchael Gates, boy, Nov. 16. John Ghlgltone, boy, Nov. 16. Marlin Feaser, girl, Nov. 16. Kenneth Beattle, girl, Nov. 1 Daniel Donohue, girl, Nnv. 17. Norris Kelley, girl, Nov. 17. George Doherty, gtrl, Nov. 18. Joseph Reason, boy, Nov. 18. Donald Smith, boy Nov. 19. Bernard St. Onge, girl, Nov. 19. Robert Hughes, boy, Nov. 19. Thomas Parlsot, girl, Nov 19 Ralph Swanson, girl, Nov. 19. I JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN, Attorney lO55 Securities Building Seattle 1, Washington SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY =state of DOMINIC A. NOONAN, a/k/a DAN NOONAN, Deceased. No. 169432. Notice to Creditors. Al persons having claims against sold .stote must serve same on underslgne appointed and qualified Executrix of es- tate or its attorney of record at address below and file same with court clerk with proof of Service within six months offer November 16, 1962, being first ubllcation date. CONSTANCE M. HALL Executrix. JOSEPH A, HOLLEMAN i Atlorney for Estate 1035 Securities Building Seaffe I, Washington Final 11`30 '6211111 6URCH, Mrs. Mary Ann, 77, 45S4 Eighth Ave. N.E., died Nov. 14. Re- quiem Nov. ' 17 Btessed Sacrament Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Illin- ois. Come here In 1935 from Colo- rado. Member of the Third order of Dominicans. Survivors: son, Glenn J. Burch, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Charles Cressey, Edmonds; brother in Dklohoma; five grandchildren and three greal.grandchlldren. Back's Fun- oral Home. DEL MlSSlER, Peter F., 65, 9328 23rd Ave. N.W., died Nov. 14. Re- quiem Nov. 17, St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Austria. Lived Iq ,Congdq before coming t the United States in 1914. Came here in 19t7. Founded the Acme Iron Works In 192. Owned and operated this business until his retirement as presld0nt af the compqny In 1960. Member ef the Knights of Columbus, Englneers Club, Seattle Constructlon Councll and Wnsh- Ington thleti Club. Survivors: wlfn Lucy; sons, Richard and Fredortl Del Mtssler; daughters, Mrs. Alfred Clausen, MrS. Martin Schmldt, Mrs, Robert Schwtrtz and Miss Loretta DH Mlssler end brothers, Charles and Hubert Del Mlssler, all nf Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Helen Schwdrtz, Los Vegas, Nov.; Mrs. Louise Goodwln, /eaffle, rind Mrs. Theresa Batschl and re. TIIIle Johnson, both of Sdn Fran- cisco; 12 grondchlldreo. Hotfner't, Fisher-Kaltus Funeral Home. FYNES, Matthew J., 75, 5517 Sixth Avenue, died November 15. Requiem November 19 St. George Church Burial Holyrood. Born In ireland Came to the United States when he was 14. Came to Seattle when he was married 51 years ago. Was employed 30 years for the Union Pacific Railroad and retired in 1952, Survivors: wife, Nellie; two daughters, Mrs. Karl Flerllng an Mrs. Lous Pennacchl, both of Seattle, and five grandchildren Geargetowl Funeral Home . GOCKEL, Nora, E., 77, 5324 12th Ave. South, dled November 1,6, Re- qulem November 20 St. George Church. Burtnl Calvary. Born In Fort Madison, Iowa. Came here In 1904. Was c nurse for.many years at Providence Hospital. Member of the King County Nurses' Association. Also a member at the Third Order of St. Francis nnd St. Mary's Circle. Survivors: brothers, C. H. Gockel, Fords, N. J., and William Gockel, St. Louis; two sisters, Mrs. Genevieve Faglesong, Los Angeles, and Mrs. A. C. Mansheim, Fort Madison, Iowa. Georgetown Funeral Home, KENNEDY, John E., 57, 91S Queen Anne Ave. N., died Nov. 15. Requiem November 19 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born in St. Paul. Came here 30 years ago. Survivors: two sisters, Mrs. John J. Nealy, Snokane, and Irene Kennedy, New York. John Kalin Funeral Home. Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p,m., St. Jo- seph hall. Junior mothers hos- tesses. December I, 1962 -- Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club dance. December I, 1962--St, Mary Parish Mothers Club Christmas Bazaar, noon to 5 p.m. in the school auditorium. December 2, 1962--Father- Daughter breakfast sponsored by the Men's Club of St. Mark Church. December 6, 1962- Seattle Prep junior luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. December 5, 1962--Madame Georgette Marchand will dis- cuss "FrEnch Life and French People" at 10:30 a.m. in the new Bellarmine Hall at Seattle University sponsored by the SU Guild. December 7, 1962 -- C a r d party at 8 p.m. in the school hall of Christ the King Parish Eponsored by Morning Star Guild. December 7, lgg2--Evening of recollection for married cou- ples of all ages and faiths will be held at Sacred Heart Church, Bellevue. Guest Speak- er: Rev. Barry Brunsman, O.F.M. Sponsored by Cana sec- tion of Third Order of St. Francis, December 12, 1962 -- O'Dea Mothers Club Christmas Party honoring the teachers at 8 p.m. in the high school December 13, 1662--Christmas Tea and Gift Sale, St. Joseph Guild in the social hall of the rrish. December 16, 1962--Christmas sale by Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club at tSe church hall. January 19, 1963 -- Mother- daughter luncheon and style show, Christ the King Parish school hall, noon. January 22, 1963 -- 0 ' D e a Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p,m. Sopho- more mothers hostesses. Sailing Before Mast No Picnic in 1492 Sailing the seven seas in mediEval times was a far cry from a cruise in today's lux- ury liners. For instance, thE Santa Maria, the flagship of Christopher Columbus, w a s less than 100 feet long and only about 130 tons burden, which meant she could carry only 130 c a s k s ("tuns") of wine in her hold. The little Nina, second of Columbus' t h r e e ships, was only 60 tons burden and meas- ured less than 70 feet, But the plucky little vesel could travel 11 knots, which is faster than most modern racing yachts. REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW "The Groom's Satt Is Rental Free." BROCKLIND'S Formal Wear Rentals iN SIATTLll I.Ib. 69 2.lb. 1.17 6-oz. 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April 17, Ig6-Spring style show and luncheon sponsored by the sodality of Christ the King Parish in the Elks Lodge on Eastlake Avenue. Social hour at 11 a.m. Luncheon at noon. April 27, 1963 -- Plant sale sponsored by Queen of Angels Guild of Christ the King Parish. May 3, 1963 -- Blanchet Mothers Club d e s s e r t card party, I p.m. in the school cafeteria. Freshmen mothers will hostess. May 4, 1963 -- Luncheon and day of recollection for the so- dality of Christ the King Parish, Film Wins Award VENICE, (NC)--The British movie, "Term of Trial." was awarded the prize of the In- ternational Catholic Film Of- rice at the International Motion Picture Festival here. The picture was honored for its "just and sincere indict. ment of hypocrisy." The annual Catholic prize is gwen to the movie which "through its inspiration and quality contri- butes best to spiritual progress and the development of human values." Spring St., who died November 17. Mrs. Metzgar was a member of the Legion of Mary at the Cathedral and Children of Mary of Forest Ridge Convent. She is survived by two step- d a u g h t e r s, Sister Resorb', C.S.J., of Bellevue, and Mrs. John Fordan, Carmichael, Cal- if.; a sister, Mrs. Eustace Zeiglar, Seattle; and a brother, Edward Boyle of Seattle. The burial was at Calvary with Manning & Sons handling funeral arrangements. Liturgical Music Award Presented BOYS TOWN, Neb., (NC) -- James B. Welch, founder and director of the Welch Chorale of New York City, was prE- sented the Boys Town Medal of Saint Cecilia, an exclusive Boys Town award gwen for distinguished contributions to the field of liturgical music. Presentation was made by Archbishop Gerald T. Bergan of Omaha at the solemn Ponti- fical Mass closing the 10th an- nual B o y s Town liturgical music workshop here. 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