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II BUY WITH THEM PROGRr00SS ""+T"" RATE: 30 Per Line, =:. PHONE: MA 2.8880--Ext. 61 =:= CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday MINIMUM CHARGE2 $1 -- 3 Lines Forms Close Weclnesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2.8880 O.ORTUN,T," NT business Investment oppor- tunity. Two store buildings, both leased, right on Hlway 99 North of Everett. Ideal for retired man or couple. For sale, or will accept partner. About $7,500 down handles everything, fuliy secured. Phone EM3-1950, Seattle, or write Rt. 2, Box 364 A, Stonwood, Woshinton. QI CARPET WORK IR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. AMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CONTRACTING WE ARE GENERAL CONTRACTORS We Like To Remodel and Repair We Specialize in Small Jobs We Do Rough or Finish Carpentry We Build Homes, Additions, Carporte We Do Custom Building We Help Arrange Financing We Do Concrete Work We Install Orlveways, Patios, Floorl e Give Phompt Service Finish Free Estimates Work By Written Contract "U" GIVE US A CALL CH 2.7414 CH 4-7305 FOR Roof Repairing, new roofs, gutters, and downspouts, asbestos and composl. tlon siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4-8481. HOMES FOR SALE SEASON&apos;S GREETINGS HOW ABOUT A GOOD 4 BEDROOM HOME NEAR VOLUNTEER PARK? Very clean. Lowell school. $15,000 McCUTCHEN RLTY. EA 2-5611 or MA 4-2377 QUICK .CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTR END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 PERSONAL DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE-- MA 3-9065. \\; FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We hove on urgent need for temporary foster homes for Infants as well as older children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by the agency. If you are Interested, please call. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES THERE IS urgent need for Catholic Fos- ter Parents to care for newborn babes --Please call Catholic Chlldlen'= Serv- Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359, PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4rl 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-685( 1 PAINTER 1st class. Your paint, my tools. POSITIONS WANTED Save by hr. or lob. References. MA2- lS, Ask for Paul. Practical Nurse PAINTING SERVICE. Interior & Exter. lore, Residential. WALTER P. NELSON --7553 19th NE. LA 3.6985. NEW BUILDING, remodeling, repairs. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phil Gregersan, ME 3-5518. HOIUSECLEANING, wa I I S, woodwork, oars. "Established 1954/' __ ME 2-5420 I COMPANION, home duty. All types IIInesl References. MA 2-6264, EVENINGS TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-11/2 FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEX/CANA MexI.Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE 5-1480 PaR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half bloc Cathedral. MA. 34174 J CAPITOL HILL TRACTIVE Unfurnished home. Imma( ulato. Large living room -- carpeted. FIroplace. Beautiful, modern kitchen with all appliances. 3 bedrooms up, with balcony. Basement. Lovely fenced yard. S130 a month. Will accept short lease. Call Mrs. Manta, EA 2-5251 or EA 5-1982. Merlen J. Moore Co., Real+or 405 15th East EA 5-4000 CLOSE TO ST. JOSEPH. Large one. bedroom apartment with Jots of closets. Till bath and kitchen, In well-kept, lUlet, brick building. Close to stores mind transportation. Redecorated. Heat J_nd hot water Included. $77.$0. 525 16th East. EA 2-0018. FURNITURE LARGEST PURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free dellvery," Credlt. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5-1378 Redmond GREETING CARDS VALENTINES FOR LESS tholl Cards--Gift Wrap--Note Paper HOOVER VACUUMS FOR LESS Service & repair your cleaner, $3.50 5306 Roosevelt WaY LA 24671 HELP WANTED WANTED HOUSEKEEPER. One prlest rectory. Southern Washington. Wander. ful opportdnlty right person. Reply by letter only. Box "K" the Progress. HOUSEKEEPER Wanted to live.In. Some. one who drives. References. Answer mLthe Progress Box L. dOKKEEPER, Typist; part time. With Ictaphone experience. Dependable, ef- ficient. References. For the Chancery-- older woman preferred. Reply by letter. Box "X", The Progress, WANTED TO gUY WANT CEMETERY LOTS WANTED: 2 lots In Calvary Cemetery, Seattle, in any section. Call MA 3-1310. LEGAL NOTICES KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG Attorneys 1210, 1411 4th Avenue Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98101 MA 3-0737 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the county of King n the Matter of the Estate of EMMA LOUISE LISTER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 178864. Notice To Creditors. Notice Io hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- HOMES PaR SALE IMPERIAL Easf EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open doily 10 a.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call HU 6. 2781, Prestige Homes, Inc. 3 BEDRMS WEST SEATTLE O DN. $11.500 Modern all one level rambler. Convenient location. Onty 1 blk. to City bus, easy walk to schools. Level corner-sidewalks, streets, curbs, sewer. Cathedral ceilings, oak floors. Total payments Including taxes and Insurance only $80.00. Call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036--1st Ave. So. WE'LL buy your house If you'll buy ours. PR 6-0131 JONES BROS. RLTY. 860 Edmonds Way Edmonds ST. ANNE'S Near high school 3 bedrooms, double plumbing, full basement, detached ga- rage. Nice yard. only $16,500. Eve's coil Mr. Garrison AT 2.6439. BLAINE REALTY 11+a Boston AT 3-5511 LADY OF THE LAKE PARISH Five bedrooms, three baths, modern kitchen. FamlW room and recreation room. View. $45,000. LA 4.3349. ST. JOHN'S FHA appraisal $15,775 S bedrooms, sewing room. eating apace In kitchen. Large living and dining rooms, basement, detached garage, oll furnace. PA 5-0374. COLONIAL Five bedroom home near St. Luke, Under $20,000 John E. Slofer & Assoc. 5821 Phlnney Ave. N. SU 4-9988 ST. JOSEPH PLEASANT, 4 bedroom home on level lot. New roof. Newly painted. For In- formation call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 38t7 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 ST. BERNADETTE 4 bedrooms, full basement, 1=, baths. On sewer. Appraised $21,000 FHA. Sharp Deal. HIGHLINE REALTY, 23639 Pa- cific Hy. So. TR 8.8200. ST. EDWARD'S PARISH--Large family home, almost new. Family size kitchen; 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths on main floor, 2 bedrooms and V= bath In partially-finished full basement. Hot water heat-double fireplace. Walking distance to church, school, shopping. Close 1o Rainier busllne. FHA appraised. AD 2-2281 or PA $-6700. LEGAL NOTICES CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 213 4th Ave. So. Kent, Wash. MISC. FOR SALE FOR CHRISTMAS. Delicious, Home-Made sald Report, dlstrlbute the property to Chocolates. Fresh & Fine. Attractively the persons thereto entitled and to dis- Boxed. 111.50 to $7.95. Candy Kitchen charge said Administrator W.W.A.; and 559 Ravenna Blvd., [app. John Marshal thor said Report and petition will be School). heard on the 7th day of January, 1965, at 9:30 A. M. at the Court Room of the MR. ' MRS. STEEL USERS Probate Department of said Court, at m time and place any person Inter- Poor Peoples Prices WhiCh New and used steel and pipe; ested In said Estate may appear and file eu.s. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY oblectlons thereto and contest the same. 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 !, MISC. FOR SALE CHRISTMAS Gift Chocolates. Home-Made, Fresh and Fine. Attractively Boxed. $1.50 to S7.95. Candy Kitchen, 559 Ra- venna Blvd., (app. John Marshall School). METSKER MAPS Seaflle---Tacoma--Portland CiTY POCKET GUIDES I SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everything In the Mop Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES NURSING HOMES MERCER. HOME 533 14th E. WASH, STATE LIC. NO. NH3 Small, cheorful nursing home. Excellent food, leaS, rates, professional nursing care. Catholic owned and obernted. Chapel cervices for Protestant residents. Accomedoflon for summer residents. EA 3-2992. i SOUTH HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated IN BURIEN Individual care for oil types and ages. Rat you can handle. For detailed Inta. phone owner. WE 7-6346--CH 3.3056. Wash. State LIc. No. 491 WEST HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated In West Seattle Rates you can handle. Owner. WE 7-6346 -- WE 7-9750 (Wash. state IIc. No. 338) State LIc. No. 69 1732.16th Ave. EA. 3-60 RESTFUL MANOR mEONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2800 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2.53SI (no toll) NURSING HOME AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) Roosevelt N.E. LA 3-4296 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the county of 2% I Matter of the Estate of fled as Executor of the estate of EMMA GORDON G. YATES, Deceased. In LOUIE LISTER De=,sed 4h, ,,i Probate. No 176339 Notice of Hearing person; having c[alms'o'galnst sa,'cl de: I FlonnO.I Report' and P'otltlon for Dlstrlbu. ceased are hereby required to serve the l _ .: .............. a v I NOtiCe IS tereDy wen Inat HIL.HAI<U S me day erred, on sod Executor or , g h s attorneys nf rncnrd nt fh tddr hl J" YATES, Admlnlsfratar of the Estate of ow stated:-ancl f--e--the" same-,/]h" t-he GORDON :G/YATES has filed In the of; Clerk of said Court, together w'th proof I rice of the Clerk or said Court his flnaJ of such lervlce w th n s x months after .Report and petition fpr distribution, ask- the date at first publication of this no-/I.n, g. Ine .Lourt ta seffm said ReportLdis. rice or the same will he horrf tribute the property ro the persons mere. O'ate at first publication- December 18th ltr:;o+lenhto :l-cClhlge:oaldan;d/l. 1964. tlon will be heard on the 13th day of e/RONALD RICHARDSON January, 1965, at 9:30 A. M., at the Court LISTER, Room of the Probate Department of said Executor of said Estate, Court, at which time and place any per- 1210, 1411 4th Avenue, son Interested In said Estate may appear Seattle, Wash. 98101 and file oblecflons thereto ond contest the s/MURIEL MAWER of some. KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, Dated this 9fh day Of December, 1964. KOCH & GRANBERG, Date of first publication December 18, Attorneys for Estate, 1964. 1210, 1411 4th Avenue Bldg., WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Seattle, Wash. 98101 Clerk of said Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, MA 3-0737 P--Final 1-1-6S Deputy. ALEXANDER I., CAIN JAMES P. CURRAN of Attorney CURRAN & CURRAN, 918 Joeegh Vance Bldg. Attorneys for Estate, Seattle, Wash. 213 4th Ave. So., IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Kent, Wash. State of Washington' for the county of P--Final 1-I.65 King KELLY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys I n t h M a t t r o f t h e Estate of 505 Arctic Bldg. HAROLD WALKER, Deceased. In Pro- Seattle, Washlnglon 98104 bate. No. 175407. Notice of Hearing FI- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE nol Report and Petition for Distribution. State of Washington for the county of Notice Io hereby given that ALEXAN- King DER L. CAIN, Administer W.W.A. of In the Matter'of the Estate oil the Estate of HAROLD WALKER, has CLARA DONAHOE, Deceased. In Pro* flied In the office of the Clerk of said bate. No. 178509. Notice 1o Creditors. Court his final Report and petition for Notice Is hereby given that the under- distribution, asking the Court to settle signed has been appointed and has quell: fled as Co.executors of the abbve entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly verified, on said Co*executors or their attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with 1he Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will Dated this 8th day of December, 1964. be barred. j Date of first publication December llth, Date of first publication December 11th, 19 . 1964. , PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK, WALTER W. RENSCHLER, I THOMAS D. KELLEY, Clerk of said Court. J Co*executors of said Estate, By: HAROLD POTTERy Address 900-2nd Avenue. Deputy. KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Attorneys for Estate, Attorney for Estate, 505 Arctic Bldg., 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., I Seattle, Washington 98104 Seattle, Wash. P--Final 12.25.64/ P--FInal 12.25.64 OUR PARISH L Jr .... II PERSONAL I I ARE YOU INTERESTED In helping aJ chlJd In need of a temporary home? If ' ou are, please call Catholic ChlldrensJ Services of Tacoma, BR2.93S9 for In-I formation on foster care. We need yourl Nbter Wauda and I were the Rme age back in high aUlstance. Cofho Ic Children's Services[ . of Tacoma, 1310 No. -u. St., Tacomol SooL ss ' Wash.,  ............. ' ....... HOMES FOR SALE DUPLEX THE MOST--$19,950 Full basement has extra both, room for 3rd un]tl 2 AC oll furnaces, 2 electric meters, master apartment has sand- stone fireplace. These ore spacious, comfortable, absolutely beautiful Interi- ors. All in a wonderful setting of price- less cherry and pear treesl FHA re. quires only $800 down, low peymentsl Mutual Realty, Inc., 4728 University Way. LA 4-2500, Ad 91. LOOK & MAKE OFFER Drive By 2240 SW 170fh Choice V2 Acre. 3 Bedrm. plus Ranch Rambler. Asking $28,500, nny good firm offer considered. T. A. PETERSON REALTORS, 2108 W. 152. CH 3-6000. Requiem Sung For F. Gordon O'Neill, Editor DALLAS,: Tex. (NC)-- Requiem Mass for F. Gor- don O'Neill, a journalist for some 40 years and editor of two Catholic newspapers, was offered December 10 in Sacred Heart cathedral by Bishop Thomas K. Gorman of Dallas-Fort Worth. Mr. O'Neill, editor since 1952 of the diocesan newspaper, the Texas Catholic, died December 7 after a long illness. He was 70. His son, ,Tames C. O'Neill, is head of the Rome Bureau of the N.C.W.C. News Service. Mr. O'Neill was born in Phil- adelphia January 18, 1894. He studied at St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia and WooJstock College in Maryland, earning an M.A. degree. From 1925 to 1942 he was editor of the Monitor, San Francisco archdiocesan news- paper, and from 1942 to 1949 hE was editor of the Argonaut in San Francisco. I LEGAL NOTICES EUGENE D. ZELENSKY Attorney for Estate 428 Henry Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for tle County O! King In the Matter of the Estates of JAMES GOURLAY and ELLA McCONVILLE GOURLAY, his wife, Incompetents. In Probate. No. 178713. Notice to Creditors, Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appelnted and has quail- fled as Guardian of the persons and estates of JAMES and ELLA MACON- VILLE GOURLAY, Incompetents; that all persons having claims against said de- persons having claims against said In- competents are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on 'said Edith Bartal or her offorney of record of:th address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months o(ter the date of first publication of this ntice, or the same will, be barred. Date of first publication Dec. 251h, 1964. EarTH BARTOL Guardlan of sold Estates 9022 9th Avenue Southwest Seattle, Wash. EUGENE D. ZELENSKY Attorney for Estate, 428 Henry Bldg. Seattle, Wash. MUtual 2-9300 P--Final 1.8.65 CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 213 4th Ave. SO. Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the county of King n the Matter of the Estate of EMMA JOHNSON, Deceased. In Pro. bate. No. 178642. Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed and has quail. fled as Executor of the estate of EMMA JOHNSON, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on sold Executor or his afforneys of record at the oddless below stated, and file 1he same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such serv. Ice within six months after the dote of first publication of this notice, or the ame will be barred. Date of first publication December 18, 1964. JAMES P. CURRAN, Executor of sold Estate. 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, Wash. CURRAN & CURRAN, Attorneys for Estate, 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, Wash. P--Final 1.1-65 WILLIAMS & PERLMAN Attorneys 1306 North 17Sth Seattle, Wash. 98133 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT UP THE State at Washington for the county of King In the Matter of the Estate of BERYL H. MATTHEWS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172742. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribu- tion. BERYL H. MATTHEWS, Executrix of above estate has filed in the Clerk's office of sold Court her Final Report and Ac- count and Petition for Distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto en- titled and discharge said E:<ecutrlx. Said Report and Petition will be heard on January 29, 1965, at 10:00 A. M., at the Probate Department Court Room of enid Court. CLERK OF SAID COURT By H. W. POTTER, Deputy. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, By PAUL M. WILLIAMS, Attorneys for Estate, 1306 North 17Sth, Seattle, Wash. 98133 P--Final I-I- CASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Presl James Cassidy, Fice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 Kealy Children Buried From St. Alphonsus Funeral services were held for Barry, PatriciE and Mau- reen Kealy December 22 at St. Alphonsus Church. Barry, 4, Patricia, 3 and Maureen, l, were children of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kealy, 3037 N.W. 69th Street. They were tragic victims of a home fire December 19. Mr. and Mrs. Kealy were hospitalized as a result of the fire. Among the many organiza- tions and individuals helping the family is the St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Alphonsus parish. Surviving besides the par- ents are a brother, Brian, 5 and a sister, Mary Ruth, 2 months, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Kealy, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ford. Burial was in Holyrood, directed by Bonney-Watson. Requiem For Actor William Bendix HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (NC)-- Solemn requiem Mass for Wil- liam Bendix, 58, stage, movie, radio and TV star, was offered December 17 in Our Lady of Grace church in nearby En- cino. The New York native, who won his greatest fame in the "Life of Riley" radio and TV series, died December 14 of pneumonia in Good Samarin Hospital here. He is survived by his wifE and two daughters. LEGAL NOTICE SWEENEY & SPRINGER Attorneys 719 Arctic Building Seattle, Washlngton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County In 1he Matter of the Estate of MYRON S. MOSS, Deceased. NO. 178989. Notice to Creditors. ,': NOtice ts':-hereby given that the under- ;signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Admlnlstrofrlx of the estate of : Myron S Moss, Deceased; that all persons :havlng clalms agalnst sald deceased are hereby requlled to serve the same duly verified, on said Admlnlstrotrlx or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and rite the same with the Clerk of the Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of the notice, or the eomewlll be barred. Dqte of.first publication, Dec. 25, 1964. K:ATHLEEN L. MOSS, Adminlstratrlx of the Estate 719 Arctic Building Seattle, Washlngtan IOSEPH A. SWEENEY of SWEENEY & SPRINGER 719 Arctic Building Seattle, Washlngton AttorneYs for Estate P--Final 1-8-65 1 BIRTHS ABERDEEN--St. Joseph HosplMI re- ports the following births to Mr. nod Mrs.: G. L. Campbell, girl, November 1. Ted T. Raynvaan, girl, November 1. Paul F. Bowyer, boy, November 1. Frank B. Krause, Jr., girl, November 10. Edward T. Gegen, boy, November 11. Patrick Watkins, girl, November 13. David Eaton, boy, November 17. Bruce L. Stevens, girl, November 30. John E. Cooper, twins, bay and girl, November 30. BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph General Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Thomas Frazler, boy, November 28. Pascual Zaplen, boy, Oecember I. Wlllard Solomon, girl, December S. Marcellno Luna, boy. December $. Charles Irwin, boy, December S. Cecilia Luna, twins, boy and glrh December 9. Donald Ryan girl December 11. Dale Staudenraus, boy December 12. Virgil Lone, boy, December 16. Ramon Tattle, girl, December 16. Octavll Rlvern, boy, December 17 CHEHALIS--St. Haleo Hospital rlorts the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Douglas Snellgrove, girl, December 3. LONGVlEW -- St. John Neepltal re orts the following births to Mr. and Mrl.: Eldon D. Chapman, girl, December 6. Gene L. SIIvey, boy, December 13. Floyd T. Johnson, boy, December 1S. Richard L. Crape, girl, December 16. Clarence Fadness, glrh December 20, Thomas Wray, girl, December 16. SEATTLE--Provldeoce Hospltol repaHe the tallowing births to Mr. and Mrs.: Roy Cool, glrl, November 30. John Richardson, girl, December 1. Warren Buoy, boy, December 1. Ronald Percival, boy, December 2. James Sm/th, girl, December 3. John Elason, boy, Oecember 4. James Parent, girl, Oecember 4. Joseph Supertisky, boy, December $. ! O the charity o[ your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and sou]s in this aree: The Most Rev. Edward J. O'Dea, D.D., died Dec. 25, 1932. The Most Rev. Aegidius 3un- gel D.D., died Dec. 26, 1895. The Rev. Gerald Boltrusch, died Dec. 26, 1939. The Rev. Charles Mackin, S.,T. died Dec. 27, 1928. The Rev. Dennis McGrath, died Dec. 29, 1922. , The Rev. Emmanuel Demanez, died Dec. 30, 1889. The Rev. Joseph C. Cardon, S.J., died Dec. 31, 1929. Aberdeen McGANNON, George L., 72, died December 14. Requiem December 16 St. Mary r Church. Born In Aurora, Me., and worked most of his life for Stan- dard Oil Co., at Tucson, Adz., coming to Aberdeen eight years ago after re- tiring. Suryvors ore his wife, Beulah; two daughters, Mrs. Francis Scholar, Aberdeen and Mrs. Patrlcla Irvlne, Hovle, Mont.; and a son, Gordon A., Gordena, Calif.; and 11 grandchildren. Interment Fern Hill Mausoleum, White, side Undertaking Co. PLOVlE, Victor F., 78, died Decem- ber 17. Requiem December 21 St. Mary Church. Born in Belgium and came to Aberdeen 25 years ago, where he worked as o logger. He was a member of the Catholic War Veterans, American Legion and World War I Veterans. Surviving are a niece, Mrs. Meade Beal, Bellevue; and nephews, Albert Verchoeve, Enumclaw, Hector Ver- choeve and Morris Verchaeve, Carna- tion. Interment Fern Hill cemetery. Whlteside Undertaking Co. ,Frlday, Dec. 25, 1964 In Memoriam ' erton and Mrs. Harry Wilson, Liberty Lake, Wash.; sons, August and Jack, both Seattle; Francis, Federal Way; HIlary, McGJlI, Nev., and Ed, Portland, Ore.; brothers, Adolph De Man, Kent; Joseph De Man, Victoria, B.C. and Frank De Man, Cranum, Alto. Burial Holyrood, Bonney Watson. MEDICA, Lulgl, 82, 712 6th Ave- nue Norlh, died December 20. Requiem December 23 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Genoa, Italy and came to So* attic 50 years ngo. He letlled 13 years ago as an employee of Seattle Oispesal Co. Survivors: Wife, Line; stepdaughters, Mrs. John D. Vogt and Mrs. Norman Gauthler, both of Seattle; son, Gary Medica, Seattle; SIs- tar, Miss Julia Medico, of Genoa. Bur- Iol Calvary cemetery. Manning and Sons. NORTON, Howard G., 73, 6051 39th Avenue S.W., died December 16. Re- quiem December 19 Our Lady of Gua- dalupe Church. Born In Mt. Vernon but lived In Seattle for 70 years. He operated a 5he/I Service Station, served as o steward for Alaska Steamshlp and was an employe of General Petroleum. Survivors: Daughters, Mrs. Oorothy Anderson, Seattle; sons, Donald and John F. Norton, both of Seattle; and 12 grandchildren. O'MALLEY, Frank J., 80, 4406 Bag- lay Avenue North, died December 20. Requiem December 23 St. Benedict Church. Born in Portage, WIs., and come to Seattle 16 years ago from Glendlvc, Mont. He was a retired elect rlclan. Survivors: Wife, Ellen; daughterS, Mrs. Richard Wing, Seat. fie, and Mrs. A. J. Zodra, Mlssoula, Moat.; and six grandchildren. Burinl Calvary cemetery. John Kalln Funeral Home. RENO, George H., 17, 3821 13th Ave. hue South, died December 19 In a sledding accident. Requiem December 23 St. George Church Born in Seattle and lived here oll his life. He had at, tended St. George grade school and was o senior at Cleveland High School. He was active In high school plays and musicals and was a three year letter- man on the golf team. Surviving ore his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Reno; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Robblns, Galena, Me., and step- grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Boyeff, Fort Wayne, Ind. Burial Holyrood. Bremerton PIERCE, Mrs. John (Katherine), 68, 410 Seattle Street, died December 1S. Requiem December 19 Our Lady Star of the Sea Church. Member St. Gabriel Church, Port Orchard where she sang in the choir for six years. Born In Enumclaw and attended schools there. Bee/des bar husband ehe Is survived by two slsters, Mrs. ida Marshall, Enumclaw and Mrs. Amella Richard* son, Betllngham and two brothers, Charles Rocco and Arthur Recto, both Enumclaw. Burial Woodlawn Memorial Park. Enumclaw FELCHIN, Mrs. Henry (Agatha), 76, died December 15. Requiem December 18 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Switz- erland and lived In Enumclaw the past 54 years. She was a member of the wiss Ladies Society. Surviving be- slde her husband ore twp sons, Joe of Enumclaw and Henry of Long Beach, Col[f;; four daughters, Miss Susan Flechln and Mrs. Martin Holdner, both of Enumclaw, Mrs. Joseph Gwerder of Oakland, Calif., and Mrs. George Gwer- per of Kent; a brother, Carl Metfler of Auburn, Calif.; several brothers and sisters In Switzerland; 12 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Burial Holy Cross cemetery. Masville BROWN Addle, 89, 1911 .4th Street, dted December 20. Requiem December 22 St. Mary Church. Born In Grange- ville, Idaho, she had lived in Marys- villa for the past 18 years. She was believed to be the sole survivor of the Nez Pierce Indian Wars In Idaho. Sur- vivors: two daughters, Mrs. Hazel Fierce and Mrs. Kafhteen McMannes, )oth of Seattle; two grandchlldlen and three great-great grandchildren. Burial Marysville Catholic Cemetery. Olvmnia ," DEGLER, elias Pauh Route 1, died )ecember 11. Requiem December 18 St. Michael Church. Born In St. Paul, Minnesota and lived In Seattle many years. He was a farm placement rep. resentative for the State Department of Employment Security until retiring two years ago. Surviving are his wife, Helen; four sons, William, Sioux Foils, South Dakota, and James, Donald and Lawrence, all of Olympia, and a dough- ter, Mrs. James (Nancy) Brown, Phil- adelphia, Pennsylvania. Burial Calvary, Seattle CONNERLY, Mrs. Annie E., 82, 4831 3Sfh Avenue S.W., died December 19, Requiem December 22 Mount St. VIn. cent Home chapel. Born In Maine and had lived In Seattle several years. She was a member of the Third Order of St. Frnncls. Survivors: Sons, Ernest, Duncan, B.C., Gerard, Vancouver, B.C., and C. Patrick, Palm Springs, Calif.; six grandchildren and two oreat grand- children. Eurlal Holyrood, Manning and Sons. DITORE, Mrs. Antonio (Pasquallna Adielo), 63, 18t7 21st Avenue South, died November 19. Requiem Decemler 22 Our Lady of Mount Virgin Church. Born In Italy and came to Seattle In 193S. Surviving besides her husband are: son, John A.; daughter, Mrs. Jo. sephlne Quockenbush, both of 6cattle; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Mary Paras- so, Seattle, Mrs. Clara Carpenter, Sac- ramento and MrS. Laura Hulpbert, Auburn, Calif.; step-san, Joe Dltare, Anchorage; five brothers and three sisters In Italy and three grandchildren. DURKIN, Col, John W., 53, 1811 N.W. 195th Street, died December 15. Re- quiem December 19 In Enclnltcks, Calif. Born In Caflaraugus, N.Y. and came to Seattle many years ago. He was a member of St. Luke's parish. He re- tired from the U.S. Army in June of this year and had made Seattle his home. He was a graduate of the Unl. varsity of South Dakota. Survivors: Wife, Wren; mother, Mrs. Nora Leedy, Enclnitas; slsler, Mrs. D. A. Potter, Los Angeles; and half brothers, Daniel C. Leedy, Enclnltas, David Leedy, Citrus Heights, Calif., and R. I. Leedy, Rlverton, Wyo. Burial in Fort Rosa* crons National Cemetery, San Diego. MARCKX, Mrs. CIottlda, 91, of Mount St. Vincent Home, died December 16. Requiem December 21 at St. John Church. Born in Belgium and lived in SeattJe for 26 years. She also spent 10 years In Douglas, Alaska. She was a member of St. John's Sanduory So* clety, .Ladies of the Golden North and Alaska Frlends. Survivors: Daughters, Mrs. Earl Blsom and Mrs. Dove Cue- worth, bath Seattle; Miss Ado Marckx, Edmonds; Mrs. Robert Baker, Brem- Seattle SCHROM, Vincent, $7, 2330 N.W. 94th Street, died December 19. Req- uiem December 23 St. Alphonsus Church. Born In Czechoslovakia and came here from Soap Lake four years ago. He was a retired farmer. Sur- vivors: Daughter, Mrs. Robert Berr, Seattle; sons, Arthur, Sllverdale, and John, Smyrna, and six grandchlldlen. Burial Holyrood. STEVENSON, Merlin E., 36, 6517 11th Avenue N.W., died December 18. Re* qulem December 22 St. Alphonsus Church. Born In Seattle and ilved here oli his llfe except when In mlll- tary service. He had been disabled while serving in the Air Force. Sur- vivors: Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Stevenson; brothers, Robert, Leray, Eden and William Stevenson, and sisters, Mrs. Herman Peterson, Mrl. Wendell Block and Mrs. Benja- min Mltchefl, all of Seaffle. Burial Holyraod. TROUSDALE, Gardner N, 73, 860 N.E. 94th Street, died December 20. Requiem December 23 St. Catherine Church. Born In Erwln, S.D. and came to Seattle In 1942 from Fargo, N.D. He was an honorary member of the Knights of Columbus and member of the Cofhollo Order of Foresters and the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Sur- vivors: Wife, Irma L.; daughters, Mrs. Bars P. Keeling and Mrs. Robert J. Berlnger, both of Seattle,. and Mrs. Lyle Jackson, Bellevue; sd, Richard G. Trousdale, Inglewoed, Calif.; sis. Sere, Mrs. C. H. Wynn, Amarillo, Tex., and Mrs. C. J. Glack, Omaha, Nev.; brothers, W. L. Trousdale, Wichita Falls, Tex., and Ernest Trous. dale, Omaha, and seven grnndchlldlen. Burial Holyrood. Manning and Sonl. Shelfon RADTKE, Mrs. Otto E. (Nellie Mor. guerlte), 72, 127 Alder Street, died De- cember 13. Requiem December 16 St, Edward Church. Born In Nhv 8run.' Wick, Maine and moved to Mason Ceun. ty 65 years ago. Surviving are her husband; two sons, John Larlmle, Hoodsport and George Brydon, Heads- port; three daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Black, Centralla, Mrs. LIIIIon Gooch, Seattle and Miss Annella Fields, Dallas, Texas; eight grandchildren; five great- grandchildren; three brothers, Chester Valley, Shelfon, Ed Ahern, Centrnlla and Warren Johnson, Spokane; and o slsler, Mrs. Alice Thomas, Morton. Tacoma BULICH, Lena M., 50, San Pedro, died December 17. Requiem December 21 Mary, Star of the Sea, San Pedro. Born In Tacoma and attended Schools there. She was an employee of the Bell Telephone Company. Lived In Ta- coma all her llfe until moving to San Pedro two years ago. Survlvlng are her mother, Mrs. Mary Bullch; two brothers, Anton and Andrew; and three nephews, o1! of San Pedro. ELLIS Charles L., S4, 4408 East C Street, died December 16. Requiem December 19 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Missouri, coming to Tacoma In 1945. He was a retired mechanic and member of the Anctent Order of United Workmen Lodge. Surviving ore his wife, Helen; three sons, Mr. Rich- ard Ellis, S.J., of Seaffie Preparatory High School, Redney of Tacoma and John of Seattle; and two brothers; four sisters, and five grandchildren. Inter- ment Calvary Cemetery, Gaffney Fu. nepal Home. FELIX, Mrs. W. Jeonlngs (Clarlce), 67, 5632 South A Street, died Decem. bet 16. Requiem December 21 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Brawervllle, Minn. and came to Tacoma In 1927. Survivors Include two sons, Jennings P., of Seattle and Merton of Tacoma; o brother, Roy Plepenburg of Tacoma; two sisters, Grace Zlmmer of Enum- claw and LIIIlan Fisher of Tacoma; and five grandchildren. PLANAGAN, James P., 56, 312 Gol- den Gate Avenue, dled December 16. Requiem December 18 St. Charles Bar- romeo Church. Born In Alexandria, $.D., and lived in Tacoma 27 years. He was a retired director of employ- ment placement for the Bureau of Pris- ons In the western states, baying eerved THE PROGRESS--7 for 20 Years. He was nlso a salesman for the J. J. Pruitt Co. He was o grad- uate of the University of Puget Sound and a veteran of World War II. He Is survived by his wife, Hope; four daughters, Sister Mary Shown, O.P., and Sister Mary Mary Colleen, O.P., both of Tacoma, Colleen Kay and Marianne, both of the home; three sons, Timothy, Terrnnce and James Peter, nl of the home; seven sisters, Miss Johonna Ftanagan and Mrs, John Deacon, both of Tacoma, Mrs. William Freeburg at Puyallup, Sister Mary. Johnlce of Brointree, Mass., Slster Mary Johanna of Palos Park, Ill,, and Mrs. Herbert Tornow anl Mrs. Ervln Anderson, both of South Dakota; and tWO brothers, Bernard Of Tncoma and  Raymond of South Dakota, Burial Cal- vary. MCDONOUGH, Anthony If,., 62,-4  Fawcett Avenue, d ed December 1/,. Requiem December 21 St. LeO Chu(ch, . Born inst. Paul, Mlnn., and had Iliad In Tacoma for 22 years. He was a re. fired employee of the Tacoma Novel , Station. Survivors Include a son, An. , thony C., St. Paul; two daughters, Mrs. Marie Carlson and Mrs. Agnes Tobrltz- hater, both of St. Paul; and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Baldwin, Tacoma. Burial Calvary cemetery. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. PAUL/NO, Mrs. Emma Poallae,.'$2, Requiem December 19 St. Frnncee Ca- 311 South 9th Street, died Decembcr 17, brlnl Church. Born io Denver, Cola., . and had lived in Tacoma slnce 1941, She was lost employed as a beauty operator and had worked at North. west Door. Survivors include a son, Paul Pauline of Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs. irene Falsetto and Mrs. Eleanor P. Falsetto, both of Tacoma and her mother, Mrs. Peter Cook of Tacoma. Burial Mountain View Memorial Park, UDOVICH, Mrs. Simon (Annd), g0, $132 North Ruby Street, died December 16. Requiem December 19 H o I y ; Crass Church. Born in Yugoslovla coma Ing to Tacoma 41 years ago. Surviv- ing ore two sons, Albert at Tacoma and Jose)h of Oakland, Calif., a dough/ tar, Mrs. Mary Millikan of Oakland; two sisters and a brother In Yugo- "slavio; three grandchlldlen and five great-grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. Tulolip 'ALBERT, Wilbur, 67", 1819V= Hewltt Avenue, died December lt. Requiem December 18 St. Ann Church. Born on the Tulallp Reservation and lived In the area nil his life. Surviving Is a son, Sgt. Edward Albert, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Burial Mission Beach Cemetery. Schaefer Funeral Home. Vancouver AZURE, Mrs. Peter (Mary Jose. phlne), 1013 West 26th Street, died De- cember 15. Requiem December 19 St. James Church. Born In Montana and lived in Vancouver the past 11 years. Surviving besides her husband are her father, Philip Lavadure, Kallsbell, Mon- tana; sons, Phtlllp D., So, lard C,, David G., and Maynard Azure, all of, Vancouver, Wash., Robert Azure, Bay City, Oregon and Floyd Azure, Tilla; meek, Ore.; 11 grandchildren; dough. Sets, Mrs. James (Cora) Kelsey and Miss Della L. Azure, bath of Zortman Montana and Mrs. James (Ethel) KIn- kld, Sun River, Montana, Mrs. Wllffam (Amelia) Perry, Fort Half, Montana; brothers, Benlamln, Edwin and John Lavadure, all of Kallsbell, Montana, Robert Lavaure, Vancouver, Wh., slsters, Mrs. Isabell Warren, Renan, Montana, and Mrs. Veda Lnrson, Se- aisle. Burlal St. James Acre=." GAFFNEY FUNERAL ttOHE I ince lg05 South Yaklma at lOth TACOMA