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LI ~S Si SL kil T: We -~ ~,ELI 8~h L0$] from elw, estimates, AT !i LEGAL NOTICES CHESTER A. LBSH Attorney 518 Dexter Horton Bide Seattle, Wash, 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The Slate of Washington for the County of King In the Matter Of the Estate of CARLTON L. HILLYARD, De` ceased. In Probate. No. 1757S7. Notice To Credito's. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as "Execulrix of the estate of CARLTON L. HILLYARD, De- ceased; that oil persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within sly months after the date of firm publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Dote of first publication April 22, 1964. RACHAEL HILLYARD, Executrlx at said Estate. $18 Dexter Horton Bldg Beanie, Wash. 98104 CHESTER A. LESH, Afforney for Estate, $10 Dexter Herren Bldg Seattle, Wash, 90104. BNT--4-22 to 5-6-64 SAVAGE & LECHNER Attorneys SS0g-20th Avenue N.W. Seattle 7, Wash, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State at Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of CORA ANNA KOCH, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172779. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that PEARL M. C. DOROTHY, ExecUtrix of the Estate of CORA ANNA KOCH, De- ceased, has flied in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, dis- tribute the property to the persone thereto entitled and to discharge sold Executrix; and that said Re- port and petition will be heard on the 28th day of May, 1964, at 9:30 A. M at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any per- son interested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 22nd day.of April, 1964. Date of first publication April 29, 1964.WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. SAVAGE & LECHNER, Attorneys tar Estate, 5600.20th Avenue, N. W Seattle, Wash. BNT----4-29 to 5-13-64 SAVAGE & LECHNER Aflorneys $600-30th Avenue N,W. leattlo 7, Wash, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County Of King in the Matter of the Estate of HENRY F. KOCH, Deceased, In Probate. No. 172780. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given thai PEARL M, C, DOROTHY, Executrix of the Estate at HENRY F. KOCH, Deceased, has filed In the office of the Clerk of sold Court her final Re- port and potltlon for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Re- port, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge sold Executrix; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 20th day of May, 1964, at 9:30 A. M. at tho Court Room of the Probato Department of said Court, at which time and place any person Interested in laid Estate may appear and file objections thereto and con- test the soma. Dated this 22nd day of April, 1964. Date of first publication April 29, 196,1. WALTER ~W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court. By R. S. HDFEDITZ, Deputy. SAVAGE & LECHNER, Aflorneye for Estate, 5600-20th Avenue, N. W Beanie, Wash. BNT--4-29 to 5-13-d4 SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN AffornOye 5420 Boflard Avenue N.W. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King in the Matter of ?he Estate of ANNA C. LARSON, Deceased. In Probate. No. 154730. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution Notice Is hereby given that OSCAR L. LARSON, Executor of the Es- tate Of ANNA C LARSON, has f ed In the office of the Clerk of said Court hie final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle Sold Report, distribute the Property to the persons thereto en- titled and to discharge said Execu- tor; and that said Report and Pet- tion will be heard on the 27th day of May, 1964, at 10:00 A. M at the Court Room of the Probate De- portment of said Court at which time and place any person Interest- ed In gold Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same Dated this 27th day Of April, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorneys for Estate, $420 Boliard Avenue N.W Beanie, Washington. BNT--4-29 to 5-13-64 ERIK FROBERG, Attorney 1732 N.W. Market St. Ssottle, Wash IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Wushlngton for the County of King In the Metier of the Estate of MARIE K. TOMMILA, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172318 Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution Notice Is hereby given that William J. Tommllo, administrator of the Estate of Marie K Tomm a has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and pe- tition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distrib- ute the property to the persons there- to entitled and to discharge said ad- ministrator; and tbat said Report and petition will be heard on the 1st day at June, 1964, at 9:30 A.M at the Court Room of the Probate De- ~Olartment of said Court, at which me and place any person nterested In stud Estate may appear and file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Dated this 4th day of MaY, 1964 Date at flret publication, May 6, 1964. WALTER W RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. ERIK FROBERG, Attorney for Estate, ~732 N. W. Market Street, eaflle, Wash. 90107. BNT--5-6 to 5-2o-64 SAVAGE & LECHNER Afforneye SB00-Selh N. W, Seattle, Waeh. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF= The State of Washington for the County of King In the Mailer of the Estate of SAMUEL J. KENNEDY and NETTLE M. KENNEOY, Deceased. in Probate. No. 175868. Notice TO Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dersigned has bean appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estates of SAMUEl. J. KENNEDY and NETTLE M. KENNEDY De- ceased; that o persons having claims against said deceased ere hereby required tn serve the same, duly verified, on said Administrator or his attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the ~Ome with the Clerk of sold Court, ogether w th proof of such service ~ilthln six months after the date of Irst publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. 2 Dote of first publication April 2, 1964, RONALD H. KENNEDY, Administrator of said Estates. 5600-20th Avenue, N. W , Sealtle 7, Washington. SAVAGE & LECHNER, Attorneys for Estate, 5600.20th Avenue, N.W Seattle 7~ Washington to~NW LEGAL NOTICES WILLIAM O. WEBB, ATTORNEY 5709 20th N.W. seattle Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of LA- VERNE A. PERRY, o/k/a LA. VERNE ADAMS PERRY, De- ceased.In Probate. No. 176154. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of LAVERNE A. PERRY, o/k/a LAVERNE ADAMS PERRY, Deceased; that all persons having clntms against ~aid deceased are hereby required to serve the some duly verified, on said executrix or her attorney of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with lho Ctork of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of thls notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 6, 1964. ALVARETTA O'BRIEN, Executrix of said Estate, 5709 20th Avenue N.W Seattle, Washington WILLIAM O. WEBB Attorney for Estate, 5709 20th Avenue N.W Seattle, Washington BNT--5-6 to 5-20-64 SAVAGE & LECHNER Attorneys 5600 20th Ave. N.W. Seattle Washington 98107 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of RICHARD CLARK GILLAND, De- ceased. In Probate. No. 176100. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of Richard Clark Gilland, De- ceased; that all persons having claims against ,~ald deceased Ore hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within Six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or tho same will be barred. 19D64a.te at first publication May 6, ALYCE M. GILLAND, Execul~rix at said Estate 5600 20th Ave. N.W Seattle, Washington 98107 SAVAGE & LECHNER, Attorneys for Estate, 5600 20th Ave. N.W Seattle, Washington 98107 BNT--5-6 to 5-20-64 SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY AND HAGEMAN, Attorneys 5420 Bailard Ave NW Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. No. 618309, SUM- MONS BY PUBLICATION PATRICK V. NARDONE and PEARL L. NARDONE, his wife, Plaintiffs, VS. , ROBERT G. STARK and MARY ANN STARK, his wife, PRUDEN- TIAL MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK, a Washington corporation; ED BISHOP & ASSOCIATES, INC a Washington corporation; WASH- INGTON CREDIT MEN, INC a Washington rorporotlon; COMMER- CIAL SERVICE CO,INC a Wash- ington corporation; CREDIT RE- SEARCH B U R E A U, INC a Washington corporation; WILLIAM DWYER and JANE DOE DWYER his wife, U/b/a L Y N N W O O D CREDIT SERVICE; HAYWARO ,MANUFACTURING CO INC a corporation; KAREN OLSON and JOHN DOE OLSON, her husband; B & F ENTERPRISES, INC d/b/a FEDERAL COLLECTORS; L E S T E R E MATTESON and J A N E D O E MATTESON, his wife; and all other persons or par- ties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest in the real estate described In the amend- ed complaint herein, Defendants. The State of Washington to the said ROBERT G. STARK and MARY ANN STARK, his wife; PRUDEN- TIAL MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK a Washington corporation; ED BISHOP & ASSOCIATES, INC o Washington corporation; WASH- INGTON CREDIT MEN, INC o Washington corporation; COMMER- CIAL SERVICE CO INC a Washington corporation; CREDIT RESEARCH BUREAU, INC a Washington corporation; WILLIAM DWYER and JANE DOE DWYER, his w I f e, d/b/o LYNNWOOD CREDIT SERVICE; HAYWARD MANUFACTURING CO INC a corporation; KAREN OLSON and JOHN DOE OLSON, her huspond; B & F ENTERPRISES1 INC d/b/a FEDERAL COLLECTORS; L E S T E R E. MATTESON and JANE DOE MATTESON, his wife; and all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the amended complaint herein, DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to aP- pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of thls summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 22nd day of April, 1964 and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled court, and answer the amended complaint of the plaintiffs, and serve o copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for plaintiffs at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, udg- ment will bo reridered against you according to 1he demand of the amended complaint, which hal been filed with the clerk of said court. The obiect of the above entitled action Is that the plaintiffs pray for Judgment to lhe effect that the Court decree as follows: I. That the plaintiffs have been owners In fee of the property de- scribed In the amended complaint In this action since May 10, 1957 sublect only to an outstanding mortgage presently held by The Prudential Mutual Savlngs Bank; 2. That the defendants, Robert G. Stark and Mary Ann Stark, his wife, be ordered to convey to the plain- tiffs, by good and sufficient deed, any Interest or apparent record In- terest they may have in this prop- erty or, that upon their failure to dO so, that a conveyance thereof be made by the Clerk of the Court or some other person appointed for that purpose; 3. Tbat the plaintiffs' title to sold lands and premises be established and quieted In them In fee simple against the claim of the defendants or any of them; 4. That the defendants and each of them, excepting, of course, for the Prudential Mutual Savings Bank, be forever barred from having or as- serting any right, title, estate, lien, or Interest In or to the lands and premises herein described adverse to plaintiffs; and 5 That the plaintiffs have such other and further relief as may be just and equitable. The action affects title to the fol- lowing real estate situated In King County, Washington: The southerly 90.0 feet (as tubas- ured at right angles to south line) of the following described prop- erty, in King County, Washington: Beginning at a point on the south- erly line of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section S township 26 north, range 5 east, W. M In King County, Wash ng- ton, o distance of 800.07 feet east- erly from the southwest corner thereof measured a I o n g said southerly line; thence "continuing along the southerly line of subdi- vision south 88 02'00" east 379.15 feet to a point on the westerly boundary of County Road No, 2142; thence northeasterly along said read boundaries to o point of In. tersectlon with a line drawn par- allel to and 213.06 feet distant northerly from the south line of said subdivision; thence n o r t h 88 02'0P' west 376;01 feet; thence southerly to point Of beginning; commonly known as 19005 Beardsly Boulevard, [3thell, Washington. Date of first publication: April 22, 1964. SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN By: THOMAS M. TREECE Attorneys for Plaintiffs P.O. Address 5420 Ballard Ave, N.W. Seattle, Klng County, Washington 98104 LEGAL NOTICt.S LEWIE WILLIAMS Attorney 712 Jones Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County Ot King. In the Matter of the Estate uf WINIFRED W. DAVIS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175566. Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate of WINIFRED W. DAVIS, Deceased; that aH persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duty verified, on said Executor or his attorney of rec- ord at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication uf this no- tice, or the some will be barred. Date of first publication April 29, 1964. RAY GALYON, Executor of gold Estate. 1037-163rd S.E Bellevue, Wash. LEWIE WILLIAMS, Attorney for EMote, 712 Jones Building, Seattle, Wash. BNT---4-29 to 5-13-64 SAVAGE & LECHNER Attorneys $600 20fh Ave. N.W. Seattle, Wash 98107 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County at King. In the Matter of the Estate of FLOYD L. ROWLEY, Decsosed. In Probate NO 175901 Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has quadfied as Executrix of the estate at FLOYD L. ROWLEY, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorneys at record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk at said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date at first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Dote of first pubtlcatlon April 29, 1964. ANNA J. ROWLEY, Executrix of said Estate 5600-20th N.W Seattle, Washington, 98107 SAVAGE & LECHNER, Attorneys for Estate, 5600-20th Ave. N.W Seattle 98017 BNT.--4-29 to 5-13-64 SCHNEIDER~ MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorneys 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of CATHERINE DeROCHE, o/k/o CATHERINE ROCHE Deceased. In Probate. NO. 173567. Notice of Hsorlng Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that WAL- TER L. DeRoche has filed In the office of the Clerk of said Court hie final Report and Petition for distri- bution, asking the Court to sefflo sold Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge laid Administrator; and that sold Report and Petition will be heard on the 20th day at May, 1964, at 10:00 A.M at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested In sold Estate may appear and file objectione thereto and contest the same. Doted this 20th day of April, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorneys for Estate, 5420 BaHard Ave. N.W Seattle, Washington BNT--4-22 to 5-6-64 WILLIAM O WEBEr Altorney 5709 20th Ave N.W. Seattle, Washington IH THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Waehlngton tar the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of INGA MARIE FRODESEN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 176070. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and have qualified as co-executors of the estate of INGA MARIE FRODESEN, Deceased; that 011 persons having claims against said deceased aro hereby required tO eerve the same duly verified, on ~lld co-executore or their attorney of record at the address below stated, and file tho same with tho Clerk of Sold Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. 19Dateo,L of first publication May 6, FRED DLAV FRODESEN and JOHN MARTIN FRODESEN, Co-executors of said Estate, 5709 20th Avenue N.W Seattle, Washington WILLIAM O. WEBB, Attorney for Estate, 5709 20th Avenue N.W Seattle, Washington BNT---5-6 to 5-20-64 SAVAGE & LECHNER, Afforneys 5600 20th Ave. N W. Seattle, Washlogton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Waehlngton for the County of King. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has quallfled as Executrix Of the estate of Fred Rowe, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby requlred to serve the same, duly verified, on said executrix or hor offornoye of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred Date of first publication April 15, 1964 JENNIE HENRIETTA ROWE, Executrix of said Estate 5600 20th Ave. N.W Seattle, Washington SAVAGE & LECHNER, Attorneys for Estate 5600 20th Ave. N.W , Seattle, Washington JONSON & JONSON, Attorneys 173s N.W. Market, Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Maffer of the Estate of Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned hal been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the es- tate of LIIIlan E. Nelson, Deceased; that all p r s o n s having c alms against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same duly veri- fied, on sold Executor or his after- neys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sald Court, together with proof of such sorvlce withln slx monthe after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the some will be barred. Date of first publication April 1S, 1964. HOWARD NELSEH, Executor of said Estate. JONSON & JONSON, Attorneys for Estate, 1738 N.W. Market St Ssottkh Wash. SEATTLE DISTRICT JUSTICE COURT, KING COUNTY, STATE OF WASHINGTON C. R. SHANEYFELT, Plaintiff, VS. PAUL P. KERCHER, Defendant. No. 6813. Notice of Publication. TO PAUL F. KERCHER: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, you are hereby notified that C. R SHANEYFELT has flied o Complaint against you In said Court which will be heard In my office in Seaffle, Washington, King County, on the 7th day of May, 1964. Unless you appear and then and there answer the same will be token as confessed and the demand of the Plaintiff granted. The ob- Ject and demand of said Complaint is for recovery on open account for services rendered by Drs. Burkey, Benesh and Stead. Complaint filed the 191h day of March, 1964. EVANS D. ~NOl LEGAL NOTICES News of Wed, nesdoy, May 6, 1964 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 13 i,I J i II CHESTER A. LESH Attorney $18 Dexter Horton Bldg. The Scou s Beanie, Wash 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The Stole of Washington for the BALLARD FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, County of King March Star LI~e Boy Scout, 2006 N.W. 65th St. i SCIENTIST In the Matter of the Estate of LYLE E. HELD, Deceased. In Board of Review was held at Burton W. Smith, Pastor I Corner N.W. 67th and 22rid N.W. Hhursday .-- 2 p.m. Norwegian Clrcle. I A b~onch 0t The Mother Church The Probate. No. 175719. Notice To I/Trinity Methodist Church in Bal- Friday -- 6:30 Friendship Club's Pro- First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boo- Creditors Notice Is hereby given that the un- j lard ~/[arch 19. The {allowingII rosslve Dinner. lion, /Vmss dersigned has been appoinled and Saturdoy---11 a.m Junior Lutheran. Sunaay Service at 11 a.m. School at 11 Sundny~ 9:30 and 11a.m Worship am Wednesday evening meeting at 8 hns qbolified as Executor of the candidates met their full require-/service; 9:30and 11 a.m Sunday includes testimonies at healing, Child estate of LYLE E. HELD, Deceased; that all persons having claimsments and passed. ISChO l' [care provided during services. Monday--7:00 p.m Scouts meet. Rea~tng Room and Free Lending LI- qulredagalnsttos idservedeceasedthe some,are herebYdulv yell-re" Philip Sauerbray, 14, Troop 82, I Tuesday--7:15 p.m. Church women ore I bror'/ open to the public, fs mainlolned fled,ney of nrecordSaid ExecutOrat the addresser his-attar-below Ispans red by Magnolia School sponsoringparty, o Mother-Daughter Dessert OtketSUItest. 100, Ballord Bldg 2208 NW Mar- stated, and file *he same with the with Warren Schramm, Scout- "Adam and Fallen Man" Is the sub- Clerk of said Court, logether with " May 10 proof of such serv,ce within Six master, has ,rank ,of Star HIsNORTHMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN month= after the date of first publl- nODDies inciuue DaseDaJJ, tootbal[, CHURCH CROWN HILL CHURCH OF THI cation of thts notice, or the same fishin- cam,in- and hikin, .77~ 2Sth Ave.hUe N.W. NA.ZAI~ENE wiII he barred ~, Y ~ ~" A TOyl0r uunll~p Pasl0r y2571Mn AVe N W Date of first'publication April 29 Philip is a ninth grader a{ CaSh- Harold W. Long, Associate Pastor Rov. Roy A LltS'ey,'P~lstor 1964 ' ' r h I and his f v r Sunday -- Church Servlces, 8:30 and WSO esdoy--7:30 p.m Bible Study 0n l JAMES DRAPER e lne ~lalne ~c DO a o - 11 a.m. Mr. Dunlap will preach on Prayer Meeting. Fxpctltnr nf ~nid 'F: f~t~ ite subjects are lan ua e arts"Hannah, Keeping Faith with God." Sundny--9 45 a m Sunday School; 11 ~ll--I~exter'Hort'on-Bl'clg" --J --'la t.JSt r. g g Church school for oll ages 9:30 a.m.; a.m Morning Worsh p and Junior Seattle Wash 98104 " n,u wuiiu lJ u y. nursery throug 3rd grade at 11 a.m Church; 6 15 p m, Youth and Teenage CHESTER A. 'LESH," ' Brian Hardy, 15, Troop 114, Baby nursery start ng at 9 o.m. Missionary Groups; 7 p.m E,vangellstl A; r~eYxtefr rHEo~taJe'Bldg I sp.onso.ref by the Ballard Elks "-----~ SeNV'rC;ery accommodat,ons at ol, sorvlces. Ssoffle Wash. 98104. With KoDert aav,3,er acommas- CALVARY LUTHEKAN -- -" %--429 " " - -- - "- --' - CHURCH BALLARD CHURCH OF THE .N - ,o ~-13-64ter has rank Lue. tie lS a sopno- 7009 28rd N.W. NAff:vEINE - ERIK.FROBERG I mo're at Ballard High School and . Pusl0rt.Normon B .Nelsa? ~41 Jones e ue N W Arl"O =y n ' ' " - bu day -. (.nurcnSChOOl, 9;45 o,m.; Bob Donhom, Pastor 1732eNa.tW~ M~,~k~ St. h!s favoritesuh]ect~ are gee.m- Worship Service, 11 a.m. Nursery care Sunday- Sunday School 9:4S a.m; IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ,',- letry ana gym, ana ne plays the provided. Worship Service, 11 a.mJ Evealng Every . ur" l~-, --,DurJng construction of new church ser- gellsm Service 7 p.m. the State of Washington for the ~t~rencn horn in the SChOOl. or-v cos are hed at 2054 NW 61~t Thursday Prayer Me,finn 7 30 '~m County of King " -- ~,: ~-. . In the Matter of th lchestraBrmn shobblesare mo- ss,meatI " " ." GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH INGA HEGSETH, Deceased. In tar boating and all varleues oi APOSTOL C LUTHERAN CHURCH 1412 W 67fh 5trSot Probate. No. 176113. Notice To Jn, t,'ln,~, o,~,~ ta 1763 N W 62nd Street I " Cr leers ~ uv. ot, u seatt 7 Wash ogton Nr~ldcle Is'hereby g ven that the un Carl Herniae, 15, Post 128 ~ C hriI.HOJmgrea, P(Istor Mr. Air. Kasen, vice-chairman " l weanesaay--a:uu p.m UIDle ClaSS. 5undny--9"4$ a m Sunday School. 11 dersl0ned has been oppolnted and hae I~,~ ^,^A 1 +h~ T3,~,~,1~ ~r.~ Sunda, 10 a m eunda~ Schoo" 11 a -~ ^^,~' ~',~,~hl,~ qual fled as Executrix Of the estate ot~.~u.~ uj~ ~ uuo~v~,~ ~- -7 --~ =, . =, /~'=~e nf l:;'nt,~;nn ~u'a~.= u~itln T-le~. m r~ornlng worsmp, /:uu p.m Evening Tuesday--3:30 p.m. Pioneer Glrle Group ""~ of INGA HEGSETH ,Deceased, the'~ ~ ~ =o ,J= ~v *~=* ,~=,= .*ul ~=~- * u,i pe,o,'*^"* havtn-u ~-,=-'"' ugams~ / service. Wednesday -- 7:50 p. m. Bible Study said deceased ore hereby required ]ry Leatha, advisor, nas rank and Prayer Meeting. ~; to serve the some duly verified, on ~Life. He is a ninth-grader at SEATTLE APOSTOL C CHUaCH BALLA~URPM ; i~: said MARJORIE STOTTS or her at- " " ' 1708 N W 65th Street "'1 torney of record at the address be- /James Monroe Junior High and - R"-NA'" 301h Ave. N.W. & W. ~lrU St. 'L ] /9.rls ' favo,r, lte" hobbies" u. uu VAA~A, ,pso~or ~ev. John A. Valine, Pallor ~h~rts.a~ge~r are.snow.Sunday=Sunday School, 10 o.m.; Se Sunday---9:15 o.m Proyer Meeting In 'i with nroof of ouch eerv[ce wJtt,-, |sKnng roller SKatlng, Ilsnlngvices, iu:Jo a.m. 2 p.m. / p.m.Christian Education Office; 9'45 Bible ' ~ Sc ool; il o m Morning Worship; 6'00 SlXpubllcationmOnth= ofafferthlsthenotlcedate afar firstthe /and swimming He 1s a member CROWN LUTHERAN CHURCH v"m, Youth' Grou". m""tln"-~, uo; ~ "~,i'i" same will be barred ' ~of the Order of Arrow and on J, E. Petorson, Pastor Evening Service. 8:15 p.m Alot~ions ' i "-- " * N.W. 90th and 15th N.W. meet. 11 a.m. service Is broudcast over Date at tlrsl pUDUCOTIOn April 29, /t:ne u~ oance team. Sunday--9.30 and 11 00 a m Mornlnn KGDN 1964. . . :, MARJORIE STOTTS ~ M~tchell Beatty, 14, Troop 126, Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 -- ,!i 1ET~c~riXWOf/~aidkefSfs~freeet /sponsored by the Fremont Bap a.m. Adult Bible Study. PHINNEY ~I~LUTHER~N i:i*i Seattle Wosh, ' /tist Church with Jim Ross, Scout- PHILADELPHIA CHURCH 7J00 Greenwood AvenUe N. ~: ER ~rKneFRO~E:~te'98107T--~ 39 to S13 t master"an has rank Star'"M'tchel| i ~,y,vW'dneR Y ~'~~-J ~: N~?d!t rr,- y. & Pra,se Eme:~ T.R~:hU:r~v~:;sPr~S:rEdu~l. ; ~ i~i! 1732 N. W. Market Street,elgnm-gra e a[ hi. ~ene- . T "- - : P' ' aoc ed Con- RIc ord B. Borsle, Assistant Pastor. i !! seatt,e, Wosh. /dicts and his favorite school sub-I corLt.P~S-~.m~ ~ob Dan~k r B~salu~d yongue~ -- 6:3O p.m. Mother-Daughter = - ~ . 2 -~ Fject is mathematics and his fa- Service. ' ' " Sunda~, --- 9:30 a.m, B b e Study; 9:30 : !~i L''; n~It eUl.lll, rvo=v ulla eA~.~[=," 11,-,l Sundny--9"4S a m Sunday School and and 11 a m Sunday School 12 15 pm i : i co,mAttnorneu~tuin" |vo~te nnnD, y ,s mooe, ~rpl.anes. iBib,e C,oss. Trans'portotlon byphoning Communion"3:00 P.m. Luther'Lsogu; r =,**, u I l~Grl J~aCK, 13, lroop ~z, spon.]su 2-4301. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship; Cabinet; 4 p.m. Luther Jerstak. r k~ "rue ~'~'l",'~ r~Du='~.n.e ,~- ~n~-n~ hi, *h~ l~T~n~nl;~ qph,~,~l 11 a.m. Children's Church. 6 p.m Youth F ?St and 3rd Sundays, Commun on, "~ " j~ -;.-.~ ~--;. ~vvn .u.r i.~.~- -, '-'.7 "'~" """~'"-"'~ ~"~"uu~lServlce. Norman Anderson, guest speak- 8 a.m. 2nd Sunday, Communion 12 no0n~ ~,'"!'''~I I ~'~counTy?'a'='ot Y]*RIng''u="'ng[On tar Tne / wzth Warren Schramm, Scout- ~ er. 4th Sunday Communion 7 p.m. i~ I' i Monday 7 1S p m Boy Scouts In the Matter of the Estate of AR- imater, has rank Star. He is aI GRAC~URCH Tuosd, --7: - = - -- ; ! !r! ; ilt I THUR L' WRIGHT Doceasod In sev -- : i~!i % . I enth-Erader a t Catherine 1412 W 67th Street Evonge sm Commttee. 8 p.m. Jnn Ben- * i i:', '~ ~.rreO~oers o,ce To[Blaine School and his favorite'[ s-n~t oust AndersOn, P astur dot organ recta ii U aY--Y:43 o.m ~>unaoy bcnooI; II u,Ns ,;nC:dlShaesrebye~lV~ptoh~ntte~d~eaUnn; I sub]e.ct !s mathemaUcs. He plays ]o.~luL~ ornlng Worship. . TRINITY METHODIST CHURCN / e gay ,~ Ju p m ~, oneer i.~1r15 N W 65th and g3rd Avenue N W hns qualified as admlnlstrotrlx of the me clarinet in the school orches-l.rou ~ - " - ' estate Of Arthur L. Wright, De, I tra ~'~r1% f~,~ ;t,~ h,~kh;,~o o = I v ~" uan e. r'orren, ceased' that oil nersons h,~n, / ~,-,i -- Sunday--8 a.m Brsokfost for graduot- claims" against said~ deceased"'o'r; fishing, hiking and camping MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH Ing seniors. 9:30 and 11 o.m Church hereby reaulred to serve the sam- I s~ I- ,~ I ml~uvK :,T~UU Schoot Classes and Worship Services - ~ :" zvlarK Levy, 16 1rOOD ~0 span- / T/S0 21st Ave N W The mornln servlc will Incl ' auly vermea, on salu aamlnlSTrarrlx / -- ' "~ ' ~ J wm G HOUSI~ Pnltur g ude Installn- or her attorney of record at the od- jsorea Oy the Magnoha Presbv-[- - -. tlon of officers of women's society of dress below stated and file the[t,~ ;~, t~k t :~u T:-- T- 1.~ I~.una y '~ Y:3u a.m :~unaay uc~ool ona Christian Servtce and Wesleyan Service same WITh The er Cl ~ o.~ sal,~"~ .~,ur/,P'=' ' /~[ =/.loll ~.~IUL~I WJLII U|I|| L~f punsKu, AauIt.o smote Class.Worship5erv co--- Guitd. 6 30 p.m,meeting of Jr. HI and together with proof of such service [~coutmaster, has rank Life. MarkH.u~ a.m. sr. Hi MYF groups within six months offer the date of /iS an ei-hth "ra'~er at Catherine BETHE~ first publication of this notice, or |~, ~ =~ U~ J .-. I. LU/HI=KAN ( PIUK(~M i UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ~tn Ave N W & N W 85th St 1452 N W 70th the same will be barred /tSlalne Schooland his favorite lt" . ; . ~i ' O to Koar~o Pastor Pastor H () Date of first publication April 22 scho * ' / ' . . West ' J o] subjects are social studies Sunday--9:30 a.m Church School; 10:151 Sunday--Sunday School and Adult Clo~e, ~ ill o4 and m H bbl a m Worship Service English 11 15 9 43 a m Mornin Worshl 11 JEANNETTE A. PETERSON / gy . is ha 'es are hiking a'm" Worehl Set ; : J : .-.; g P, 0 m; i,!:~ Admlnistratrix of sold Estate. |and ~w;mm;no ]Vl~rb- ~tt~,-]~,-t / " "' p ViCe Flnnlsn. I Evangelistic Rally, 7:30 p.m. ~ ~'~ 564 Caiman Building t~,'" "'," u"ul I Tuesaay--Bible Study and Prayer,'~i Seattle, Wash. 96104 /~.amp z'arsons tnree years and/ """+7%'~n~'%l~Orl u~r AVlnUO N~'nuK~"nw Ip.m ++ ~ Hay Julln, Fosso and Sage t HAROLD C POSSO, ~ ook the Olymp,c hike three/ - Jim Howord, Pustor I OUR REDEEMER'S LUTHERAN " 3unaay--y'~ a m 3unday School Hour Attorney for Estate /times. JTr n " -' :' " . / CHURCH ' o s artesian ay camng ~u 3 3050 or 2400 N 5e64attCl lm~/nashB.U~8dl~)40 [ Jim KirkneBs, 13, Troop 126, tsu3-~74, clossos for all ages. 31 a.m. 1 O R RoWI;::th ~osr~tlor ]~:~ ' ' Worship Servlces; 6 p m H lgh School Sunda ' 8 a m ' BNT 4-22--5-6 '64 [sponsored by the Fremont Bap J . . ] y 9:30 a.m 11 a.m " "~" "-~/ ~ /Toum Peilowsnlp; / p.m Evening:~er'iWorsh~p Services l',i JONSON & JONSON /lISt ~nurcn Wl[nJim Koss bcout-|vice. / ' Attorneys Irnast r " ' " -- :ii ,7= N~tW;' Mw::ket St. [seve~h -hgasd~;nka~ttfeA]Heean]~]ea[ ST. LUKe'S ::/SCOPALN CwHURCH / EM#'A:!~tT~:ERAA~voeC~Uv~'CH I!!=! IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF[Hamilton IR0 Dennis ' B.D ' " Pastor / ' g' The State of Washlnatnn fnr tha ,Tumor Hmh and hls v. J Bennett, SunduY-9"45 a m Sundav C h u r c h i'i~ ' " ~ K W Egwara P camwell, H T B Schoo' 3 r" old" ~hr " County ot Klng [favorite subjects are social stud-/ Associ(~te Priest /11 a m "~orshlLs Ser ~gh High School; p v ce r~ursery prO, m rne Moner at me teStaTe at ies " Sunday Services--7 30 a m Ha y Cam HENRY H. CHRISTOPHERSEN, [. and musm. He plays the c]ar-/munlon" 9 and 11 a:m Mo'rnln "r r/Vialed" g t- aye Deceased. In Probate. No. 17S990. [met in the school orchestra. His/and Holy Communion."Chl~d care at all/ ROCK~ERAN i! N ~IIC: I: herCrl~yd't;IrSen that tho un- jhobbies are camping and paint-[e xce~t 7:3o a,m. Church School for Thlrd~ BRETHREN CHURCH i, : . . ~raue ana younger cnllaren ar y a =im Phinne Ave & North 70th Street d.r~lgnod ha, bean appo,nted and |mR. 3,m has been an assmtantl Y " iJli t t / / - u,= ~ u~i Otto W Brustod Poster has quail led as Executrix of ha 8;"~) ;; . as to f Chr to o t',nrrlne Istonhorsen, DE- petrol leader ~at .3 p.m. tolowing Evensong. / Wednesday---8 p.m Mid*week Prayer ~Sm~; ~mth~tt a~a, PeTon~,~vlng,DOUB PaterBon, 14 Troop 114 [GLAD TIDINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD JS%rvl~" mstr'-t dress below stated, and file the / ' Wor~in [ p " g pe web p. ~:~e;heWrllhwl:hepC/e;ko~fsuScahidseC v~crte I~I:C:S~.^~ 1Lma n .~un l : H!~hF T~ir~uY~cPr~y:r ndnBiblepuS:UhdYs:c~3~l CROWN HILL METHOnIST wffhln six months offer the dote of J t: ,c ~a u mnLn-~r~tuur, z-LISIsundoy School Bus For free transports / t232 N W. ILtth Street !~iIIq' first publication of this notice or Ifavorite subjects in school areitio, call SH'='''" "~ Floyd Green, Mlnleter th o :rnoef ' ll th u ir idon April 22, Jlanguage arts and physical edu- pm. the first/ChuU t, YS o &n11 I 19. COxeRcRu:NxE oCHRoI,:T PHERsEN' t:en~OnycliH~; ::dbh~ersn;r~ashslk~n~ ~oF~iil~ied)r~O'i~jl:r')U~s~Cry~ua~lyj:~,efaO~j!!i::!1: :Oma. m c;uWcOhA?cltooB:bl~hCol:~ ii~:i 173~ N.W. Market St ' [guitar. " " | Seattle Wash I xm ~ - xm ,~ FREMO~HURCH [BALLARD OPEN BIBLE CHURCH JONSON & JC)NSON' / zvselus lvsoseue, ld, lruup [zo, 717 N $6th Street [ 172,1 NW 61st Street Attor%eysw for aErttate,Isponsored by the Fremont Bap[ J. Pau "Logan, Pastor / ROy, John B. Shsorar ~',~3,'-" ;;,: ;." Itist Church with Jim Ross Scout I John W. Lyttle, Associate Pastor I. t-riaoy -- /:;~o [.m.M.ls~onary .~e~: ' "" "' ~ ' " I Sunda, 11 a m MornS-" W,r~hl IlCeS. KeY. Tom .larK at ~ulnea welt BNT---22 to 5-6-64Jmaster has rank Star Met lS a94~ -m rhur~h $~h~ol' - v ~hlAfrcaom Worshp Servce' 1] am. eoeeoeooeoeoooooe F~ -,L ---J-- - AI -~---PFelloWlhln; 7'00 nm Evealnn Service i Junior Church for Children; 6:30 p.m. ] "~,~ r " [Youth Service; 7:30 p.m. Evening Serv ~amuton ~cnoo~ and he plays NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN CHURCH |ice. . the baritone trumpet in the school 730~ - 18th Avenue N,W. [ T~day~-~ =/:~ p.m. BIDle bruoy ana . ~ Burton R. Brown, Minister -"-- band. H~s favorite subjects Sunday--.9"45 am Church School/ Transportation by dolling SU4-9345. are mathematics and band Mad- Classes for" oll Ioge groups; 11 a.m | ,~,~ ' 1Morning Worship Service. Nursery care| BALLARD OPEN BIBLE CHURCH es~ ~v[el ianecl [O mere]on mac]aLboth, services; 6:30, H. S. Young Peo. J Joh~ R. Shaoror, Pastor he had earned his entire $495 for P [ ! 23 N.W, ~11 Street Sunday-.9:4S a.m Sunday School; the jamboree this summer. AsI UHITED EVANGELICAL FREE /11:00 o.m Morning Worship; Reverend one of the Scouters remarked 1420 N.W, 80fh Street /Robert Whitlow speaking; 6:30 P m ,q~l. :, L-- ''1 ROY. WoIter J. Cahill, Pastor [Youth Service; 7:30 p.m Evening Serv. x~ r~ wm De sew h~-year-ol.aI Sunday -- 9:45 a.m Sunday School;lice. Scouters at theJamboree who 11 a.m Morning Worship; 7:30 p.m./ Tuesday--7:30 p.m Bible Study and L ~ r LGospel Service Rev. David Enarson. /Prayer Service. can make ma[ s[a[emenL in[ October, Mel received the P-I 1 special paper boy award of $100IMOre GIr us /lCKetS t ~ g vernment~ ^ bond. Plus this route, Given To Boys' Club I a: we~l three other paper routes A former Tribune carrier, Bal- " lard High School grad and semi-[ Cub Pack 123 pro athlete well known in this[ At the March meeting of Cub area has donated a book of 25 Pack 123, in the Crown Hill tickets to the Boys' Club for the AUTOMATIC WASHER gym, Cubmaster George Lund-James Brothers Circus. T h e '1'* strom presented several awards as well as prizes in the group's donor is Paul Jellin, who recent- kite flying contest. Ross Cooksey ly moved his sales and service won first prize, Greg Morris, shop to a new location at 6415 second, and Allen Barclay, third. AwardE went to the following boys: Den 2: Allan Barclay, Wolf badge and one gold arrow David Hanna, Bear badge and ~gold arrow; Kim K. Hanson, year pin and 2 year perfect attendance; and Andy Harlin, 1 diver arrow. Den 5: Stephen Anderson, 1 gold arrow and 1 silver arrow; Steven Johnson, Wolf badge and 1 gold arrow; George Lund- strom, Bear badge; Philip Pen- neck, Lion badge, 1 gold arrow, and 1 silver arrow; S t e p h e n Philips, Bear badge; and Tor~ Wilbur, Bear badge. Den 7: Mike Glass, Wolf badge, and Richard McCormick, I silver GrrDW. Den 8: 3erry 3ackman, 1 silver arrow; Arne Kvarnberg, 1 silver arrow; a n d Danny SU 3 0400 Lehmenn, l gold arrow. The flag ceremony was con- " ducted by Den 7, which also won the good attendance award for the evening; A skit was pre- ) sented by Den '8. WEBELOS G a r y Hanawalt, Larry Hendricks, Arne Kvarn- berg and Marshall AInutt will attend Webelos Dey at Camp SU 4 5800 Omache on Saturday, May 9th. Boys who are eight years old, ,or who will be eight by Septem- ber, are invited to call the Cub- master,Mr. Lundstrom, SU 2- 2824, for further information 32nd NW. "I heard that the Boys' Club Director was having trouble find- ing a way to fairly hand out the 25 tickets he got last week,!' said Jellin, "so I decided to make his job twice as easy. Hav- ing dealt with baseball umpires most of my life, I have a pretty tender spot for a guy trying to make a fair decision!" Paul, too, has added "the now- famous Ballard "new look" to his shop, with larger display, windows for showing his latest addition--the Yardman line of power and hand mowers. Derosier-Olson Mr. and Mrs. Vern Derosier of Seattle announce the engage. ment of their daughter Cherri, to Mr. John Olson, son of Mr. & Mrs. Win. H. Olson of Seattle. Cherri is a graduate of BlaDchet High School, 1963. Mr. Olson is attending Seattle University. A June wedding, at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, is planned. SPEED QUEEN. NOW OFFERS A TRULY, 100~ ALL.FABRIC WASHER Speed Queen now offers a third agile. tar speed so feathery gentle that the ehearest del;cate~ ean be laundered with tc~=! eafety. No Jongw' ae4d the Imthroom wgsh basin be a laundry tub. The new Model A46F Speed Queen new takes over the hand washable=, hereto- fare considered too delicate 1o trust to a washing machine. ,Slop in for e demonstration. ~" 3-Speed Aglte~or ( Exclusive ) k Stainless Steel Tub (L;fefime ~uoranfee) ~, 2-Yeer Parts Warrenty CALL SU 3-1234 GERKE'S INC. 551 ! .Z4fh N.W. MOTHER'S GIFT Make Her Day Happy wffh a beautiful Protein Permanent 759omplete BALLARD BEAUTY SCHOOL 200S N.W. 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