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Page Six Vacation Bible School Continues at Sunset Hill Baptist Church Vacation Bible School will con- tinue through this week and next Muttthme SUNSET HILL BAPTIST CHURCH SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, N.\\'. 80th St. and Earl Ave. NJV. SCIENTIST Jim Howard, Past-or N.W. 67th 'St. and 22nd Ave. N.W. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Bible school for A branch of The Mother Church, all ages. 11 a.m., morning worship. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, 7 p.m., evening worship. 8:20 p.m., in Boston. at Sunset Hill Baptist Church. The high school fellowship. tSlililday seivice and Sunda sshool I ' ' ' a a.m. esson-sermon OI' une public is inVitcd to attend the w I ,, th , I 1 , M; n school’s demonstration program BALLARI) BAPTIST CHURCH $33,033,, .5 U’Xi’ffifii’ 1333,3335 Child 20th Ave. N.“’. am! N.W’. 63rd St. Rev. John A. Vanna, Pastor I Sunday, 9:15 a.m., prayer meeting. 9:45 a.m., Bible school for all. 11 a.m., morning worship. The pastor’s ‘message: “The Living God." 7 p.m., evening service. Message bly the pastor: “Four Questions." nstru- mental duet by Al and Jim Luud. which will be held Thursday eve- ning, June 27. Beginning Tuesday, June 25, Cavour E. Redfield, recently se- lected as principal of Morrison Academy, Taichung, Taiwan, will speak daily at Sunset Hill Baptist Church, both at the 9:30 a.m. ses- sions and at the junior and senior high departments at 7:30 pm. care provi ed during services. Wednesday evening meetin s at 8 o'clock include testimonies of ealing. A reading room and free. lending librar , open to the public, is main- tain in Suite 100. Ballard Building, 2208 N.W. Market St. SEATTLE APOSTOLIC LUTHERAN CHURCH 1708 N.W. 65th St. Q. Ruonnvaam, Speaker Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Bible class. PHILADELPHIA CHURCH 7704 24th Ave. N.W. Roy C. Johnson, Pastor 9 30.- Redfield has served as a school Wednesday thrpugh Friday, Sunday, 10 a.m,, Sunday school, 11 . , a.m., Vacation Bible school. .m., I ~ . Pmé‘céfal") atmxlaaits}; Fans! Ole" gosiiésl service Iwith Evangelist ob- a'm" womb”) m an em . ert ‘ierro spea mg. Mi Friday, 8 p.m., youth rally. The PHINNEY gigggjfi‘UTHERAN Rutledge evangelistic party Will min- ister in song. Message by Rev. Fierro. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday school and Bible class. 11 a.m., ornin worship and children’s churc . 6:3 7500 Greenwood Ave. N. Harold J. Brown, Pastor Sunda , 9:30 a.m., Sunday school. 9:30 an 11 a.m., worship servmes. 11 a.m., new member induction and Scaldlnavian Midsummer Fest to Be Held lune 22 , - . . . . Night p.m., youth seiVlce. 7.30 .m., evan- reception pm Sunday gelistic s e r v i c e._ Rev. ierro will Forum- The Scandinavian Midsummer 59”“ m bmh fiel'vmes' GREENWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 108 N.W. 88rd St. Dr. I. M. Brubacher, Pastor V Sunday, 11 a.m., worship serVice. Fest will be held Saturday, June 22, at 7:30 pm. at the Salvation Army, 1414 6th Ave. Lt. Col. and TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH N.W’. 65th St. and 23rd Ave. N.W. Olin E. Parrett, Minister . an v, anm. hurch school and -’“B ' d Our Immedi- Mrs. John Erickson of Portland, wglfégi 3,533,306 irge , Serm topic. eyon , . . . actor’s to to. n Ore., Will be present. He Will lead “The “sic of the la." “mg,” , ate £01120“- CROWN HILL METHODIST CHURCH Sund y, 9:30 a.m., church school throug sixth grade; adult claSSes. [9:30 and 11 a.m., morning worship services. Nursery during all sessions. the program and speak. A musical program will include stringband, accordion and vocal numbers. Captain and Mrs. Roger Malmberg will provide several se— lections and Miss Nancy Dale will present harp selections. Refresh- ments will be served. Rev. H. W. Black Is- Transferred Rev. Harold W. Black, pastor of Crown Hill Methodist Church for the past three years, has been transferred to Toppinish. The new pastor of the local church is Floyd E. Green. formerly at First Church, Aberdeen. The announcement was made June 16 by Bishop Everett W, Palmer of Seattle at the closing session of the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference held at the University Of Puget Sound, Ta- coma, June 11-16. first Lutheran Circles Ballard First Lutheran Church circles will meet as follows: care and hearing aids provided. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH I412 N.W. 07th St. Gust Anderson, Pastor Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday' school. 11 a.m., m 0 r n l n g worship. Guest speaker, Bob Westlake. FREMONT BAPTIST CHURCH 717 N. 36th St. J. Paul Logan, Pastor Sunday, 8:30 and 11 a.m.: “The Champ." 9:45 a.ln., church school. 5:30 p.m., vouth fellowship. 8 p.m.: “The World on Fire.” CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 7002 83rd Ave. N.W. Norman B. Nelson, Pastor Sunday, 9:30 a.m.. worship service. NORTHMIN‘STER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 7706 26th Ave. N.W. A. Ta [or Dunlap And Harold . Lang, Pastors Sunday, 8 and 10 a.m., _church serv- ices. Rev. Dunlap will give the com- munion meditation: “Sin and Re- demption." 9 a.m. junior and senior hi h and adult classes. 10 a.m., all ot e'r church school classes and baby nursery. CROWN HILL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 9257 14th Ave. N.“/. Rev. Ro A. Litsey, Pastor Sunday, 9: .m., Sunday school, wi h demonetr ion pro am of the Vacation Bible Schoo . 1 a.m., morn- OI‘R REDEEMER’S LUTHERAN (,‘HITRCH 2400 N.W. 86th St. R. O. Rolander, Pastor Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m., worshi Services. Child care during 11 o'cloc serVices for children 5 years of age and under. BALLARD FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 2006 N.W. 65th St. Burton W. Smith, Pastor Wednesday, 7:45 p.m., Mary and , Deborah Circles to meet. Thursday, 2 p.m., Norwegian Cir- cle to meet. Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m., worship scrvu:es. 10 a.m., Sunday school. The film "A Bigger Reward" will be shown. lng worship and junior church. 6:15 p.m., junior and teenage groups. p.m., attendant at al 7 evangelisic serVice. Nursery services. secoup CHURCH of cumsr, SCIENTIST N.W. 67th and 22nd Ave. N.W A branch of The Mother Church, Th: BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH 13th Ave. N.W. and N.W. 85th St. Otto Kaarto, Pastor Sunday, 9:30, a.m., confirmation and festive seiylce; holy communion, . . English. 11 a.m., rece tion of n Pint Churchoi’Chi'iu Scientist, in waegmn CU'Cle: June 20v members. 11:15 a,m., fegtive servige“;v Baton, Mun usem p.m., parish hall; hostess, Mrs. holy communion, F i n n i s h. Guest Sunday Service, 11:00 am. Sunday School, 11 :00 a..m.' Wednesday Evening Meeting includes “testimonies of Healing at 8:00 LESSON — SERMON SUNDAY, JUNE 23 preacher: Pastor F. W. Kaskinen of Astoria, Ore. 12:30 p.m., festive din- ner. 2:30 p.m., sacred concert; re- freshments to follow. Malene Sather. Miriam: June 25, 7:45 p.m.; hostess, Mrs. Chester Ormbreck, 6726 22nd N.W. Hannah: June 26, 12:30 p.m.; hostess, Mrs. Edna Thorson, 643 .. APOS'I‘OLIC LUTHERAN CHURCH 1763 N.W. 62nd St. Chris Holmgren, Pastor . . 1st. s nd , 11 . , - , ,, . . Nata; June 26, 12:30 pm; host- 7p.um.,agvenin:’ gervrirégfmng womb”) Is the Universe, Including Mom, 955. Mrs. Arthur Egtvedt. 3235 --~—-—- Evolved By Atomic Force? N-W- 66m The Bibi l Child Cue Provided During Services Rebecca, June 26, 8 p.m.; host- 6 speaks to You READING ROOM AND RADIO, SUNDAY, JUNE 23 ,; "YOUR RlGHT TO BE WELL—AND WHY" KAYO, Seattle, “50 kc... . KRKO, Everett, l360 kc KINI, Tacoma, 1400 he... . NEW CNHSTIAN SCIENC I ess, Amanda Danielson, 7412 6th N.W., Apt. 3. Pack 107 News Cub Scout Pack 107 held its an- nual field day June 12 in upper Golden Gardens. Races were con- ducted and, later, the Cubs roasted marshmallows. Winners of the neven events were: Fifty-yard Dash: Russell San- y, Darrill Dizard, Jr., Steve ichardson, David Allen, Jr. Crab Walk: Charles Baughn, David Allen. Jr., Derrill Dizard, Jr., Calvin Sangrey. Elephant Walk: David Allen, Jr., Charles Baughn, Den-ill Dizard, Jr., Brian Richardson. Sack Race: Edgar Steinsvik, Brian Richardson, Mike Weiss, David Allen. Jr. Three-legged Race: David Diz- ard, Charles Gearheart; John Har- tung, Gale MacDougall; Derrill Dizard, Jr., Glenn Poe; Steve Richardson, Charles Bauglm. Wheelbarrow Race: Charles Baughn, Steve Richardson: Magne Steinsvik, Derrill Dizard, Jr.; Glenn Poe, David Allen, Jr.; James Slayton, David Bakken. Officials for the events included David Allen, St., cubmaster; Chuck Baughn, assistant cubmas- tar; Walter Poe, assistant cubmas- tor; Elmer Bekken, committee Member; Earl Richardson. Cub Scouts who have advanced in rank and those who have re- ceived arrows are: Wolf Badges: Tim Miller, Brian Richardson, Roy Vaughn Thorpe, Kevin O‘Dell, Charles Johnson, Mark Pendell, John Maser, Clifford L Ch. . ygear Badges: Dennis Sluman, Steve Richardson, Glenn Poe. Lion Badges: Randy Wilson, Stuart Raisin, John Rothermel, Gerald Lee. Gold Arrows: Martin Rood, Roy Vaughn Thorpe. Dennis Sluman, Steve Richardson, Glenn Poe, Jeff- Kembok, Brian Richardson, John Katherine]. Slim Arrows: Dennis Sluman, FREE LENDING LIBRARY BALLARD BUILDING Suite 100, 2208 N.W. Market St. Open Daily,‘Exgept Saturdays, Sundays. Honda”, “:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\é . \ Specials Thurs. {Fit-San, June 20, 21, 22 2364 N. W. Open Sun., to mm»! pan. SU. 4-2640 WE onuvmi LAST CHANCE OLD‘RANGER, Pcs. and Stms', 4-oz. Tin Mushrooms 3"" 29" NOW ............ .m KRAFT MIRACLE ‘WHIP NALLEY'S SYRUP. YES, MADAME Cream Style or Bottle “Mr V lit-PACK ' - . FLA -'V0.Ra- AIR-.g-é-ézgc Open Ever Sunday 41071.11. 1308 ‘l -\ WNuk‘h‘x I 80th Street Mon. thru Thursday 8 run. to 8 p.m. Saturday tum)! p.m. BMW 25‘ 21‘ \\ . LQT. 22-02. .nom...mc-m~..u..n / l. SHAFTER NEW Potatoes 1011;939‘ ml mu iiwnrNcrs'iom minus Board's leading * Free Estimates For Over 41 Year- l 52 // amma’gfia 2364 N. w. sou. em v y. . V 'su. 4-2640 LARGE séigcnon o» 1‘ 7’ FARM FRESH} PAN mun; .... CUBE‘STEAKS 3 MATERIAL; CHOlCE sreee..:. LB. E Sliced BACQ V Bowie Electric sasouaumd aw ‘ 511nm 4-0474 HORMEL‘S Fdinoigs stateroom. Slacks........ ner Cl LEGAL NOTICES SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY A: HAGEMAN, Attorneys 5420 Ballard Ave. N.“’. Seattle, “'zisll. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF GEORGE J, PEHLING, Deceased. 1n Probate. No. 172041. NOTICE TO (.‘RElll’I‘ORS Notice is hei'vby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executi'lx of the es- tate of George J. Pchling, De- : ceased; that all p e r s o n 5 having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the Same duly verified, on said Exccutrix or her attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, togeth- ei' with proof of SH('h sci-vice Within six months; after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication June 12, 1963. ANNA PEHLING Executrlx Of said Estate. 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seattle, Wash. SCHNEIDER, M U L L A V E Y HAGEMAN, by Charles N. Mul- lavey, Attorne s for Estate, 5420 Ballard Ave. .W. Seattle, Wash. Final publil tion, Julie 26, 1963. SCH ElllER, M I‘LLAVEY 8; IIAGEMAN, Attorneys 5420 Ballard Ave. NJV. Seattle, W'ash. IN THE (SUPERIORWCOURT 013‘ THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF CARL. A. JOHANSON, also known as CARL ALGOT JO- ] HANSON, also known as C. A. JOHANSON, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172111. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Exlecutor of the es— tate of Carl A. Jolianson, a/k/a Carl Algot Johanson, a/k/a C. A. Jo- hanson, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serVe the same dul verified, on said Executor or his at orney of record at the agi- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, togeth- er with roof of such svi‘viue within six mon be after the (late of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred“ Date of first publication June 12, 1963. ' JAMES S. BOONE, Executor of said Estate. 204 Church St. Santa. Cruz, California. r SCHNEIDER, M U L L A V E Y & HAGE‘MAN, b Walter H. Hage- mari, Jr., At orncys for Estate, 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W., Seattle, Wash. Final publication, June 26, 1963. THE BALLARD NEWS ~— SUnset 3-0400 LEGAL NOTICES W. STANLEY RIDDLE, JR. Attorney 5905 15th Ave. N.W., Seattle, Wash. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES—e TATE 0F VIRGIL R. SCHMIDT, Deceased. In Probate. No. 171928. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Virgil R. Schmidt, De- ceased; that all p e r s o n 3 having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Administratrix or her attorney Of record at the ad- dress below stated, andlflle the same with the Clerk of Said Court, to- gether with proof of such service LEGAL NOTICES JONSON & JONSON, Attorneys 1738 N.W. Market St., Seattle, Wash. IIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF I Wednesday. June May, June 2 * Day and Contract ou Instruction LEARN TO SWIM Now We specialize in your pre-schoolers, 3 £8315 and up. Indoor heated ool. ed Cross and W.S.I. instruc ors. o FLOOR—MSW FLOORS LAID, sanded lshed; refinish old gHORE ggngoggTyJOABS‘HéNGTON Call Li. 2-3é11. and waxing B. t . I ‘ ING. - . pan . LAn ' A - gm THE MATTER ‘OF THE 128- P A U 1 K A R L 5 O N , mm C°m y .A mobiles f0: - TATE OF LARRY LUNDE, De- ACCORDION TEACHER FLOOR SAND . M ‘ effif‘citnofi’ii’tfi’kft’b 12573?“ w" 8‘" 2'93“ o - 4*“ 6 RFinlRT) 1331333103: L o u l s E D E L A N c EY —————_ E-M- “’87 ,l'sgtggwd t V .7 v‘ N . l 4. t . Notice is hereby given that Olga [gleafijer oé Pulse. .BUILDING a Lunde, Administratrlx of the Estate “m 9' "'9’" '°’° “"7 “C E ,u ; Corvair 4-c of Iggrl‘éllzukndef hasdfilced if: tfile office “5 N- W- 54th 5'- SU. 4-3719 Hgfifidwg‘lfiwn 0,: r afigual miles, 0' 9 er 0 sai our er final IAN ‘ ' 8, added < Report and etition for distribution, p Ocflggfiffflufifiisso“ "WWI" A' 31- N‘el‘w' .Blnel c165; L$1,: asking .the‘ ourt to settle said Re- WILLETTA BARNUM CARPENTER work of i ; , port, distribute the. i‘opert to the l‘08va 82nd SU 447152 modeling, additions, ‘I, 7,, .AL WILE persons thereto entlt ed an to dis- ~——'————————-,- new work, carport? 3'“ charge said Administratrix; and that FREE. 4 accordion lessons. instru- Free estimates. Pricels,.‘_ " ‘Tk , 7;; said Report and ctition will be mentS fUI'mShEd- Beglnnm‘s- Your my own work. SU. "‘ a '35 "‘ heard on the 15th ay of July, 1963. within six months after the date of at 9:30 A'M” at the Court Room 0f first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. legato of first publication June 5, ' GRACE M. SCHMIDT Administratrix of said Estate. 5905 15th Ave. N.W. Seattle, Wash. ncy for Estate, 5905 15th Ave. N.W., Seattle, Wash. Final publication, June 19. 1963. SCHNEIDER RIULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorne s 5420 Ballard Ave. N. Seattle, Wash. IN TIIE SU'PERAIO FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. WILLIAM I. EVANS, Plaintiff, vs. SHARON A. EVANS. Defendant. NO. 602842 SUMMON-S BY PUBLICATION The State of Washin ton to the said SHARON A. EVAi S, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to a — pear Within sixt da 5 after the da e of the first pub icat on of this sum- mons, to-wit: Within sixty days after the 29th day of Ma , 1963, and de- fend the above entit ed action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the un- dermgned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated' and in case of" your failure so to do, judgment Will be rendered against you accord- ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the above entitled action is to obtain a decree of divorce_pursuant to the complaint of the plaintiff herein. SCHNEIDER MULLAVEY HAGEMAN Attorneys for Plaintiff, 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seattle 7, Wash. Date of first publication, May 29, 1963. Final publication, July 3, 1963. SCHNEIDER MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorneys 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF CATHERINE A. WIL- LIAMS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 139435. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION Notice is hereby given that James E. Miles, Executor of the Estate of Catherine A. Williams, Deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and peti- tion for distribution, asking. the Court to settle said Report, distribute the roperty to the persons thereto entit ed and to discharge said Execu- tor; and that said Re ort and peti- tion will be heard on t e 16th day of July, 1963, 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 said Estate may a pear and file objections there- to an contest the same. Dated this 5th da of June, 1963. Date of first pu» lication June 12, 196°. U NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. BBeH. W. POTTER, ut . SCHNEIDER, QVI U L L A V E Y, & HAGEMAN, by Walter H. Ha e- man, Jr., Attorneys for Esta e, 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W., Seattle, Wash. Final publication, June 26, 1963. JONSON Ii JONSON. Atto;neys I738 N.W. Market St., Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES— TATE OF ’VIOLA B. SCHMIDT, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168432. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION Notice is hereby given that Elea- nore I. Schmidt, Executrix of the Es- tate of Viola B. Schmidt, has filed in the Office of the Clerk Ofsiaid Court her final Report and petition for dis- tribution, as ing the Court to settle said Report, distribute theproperty to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Executrix: and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 17th day of July, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room of the Pro- bate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person in- terested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 11th do. of June, 1963. Date of first ‘pubicatlon, June 19, 1 . . 963 NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. By: H. W. POTTER, Degutv. JONSON JO SON. Attorne s for Estate, 1738 N.W. Market S ., Se- attle. Wash. Final publication, July 3, 1963. JONSON JONSON Attorhe s 1738 N.W. Mgrket‘su, scuttle, 13m. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- ,‘TATE OF WILLIAM H. EVANS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169227. NOTICE OF HEARI‘g‘G F3NAL REPORT AND P I ITI N FOR DISTRIBUTION Notice-is hereby given that Rose ' Marie Evans Executrix of the Estate of William H. Evans has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for diam. tion, asking the Codrt to settle _ m ‘ id Re ort, distribute the re ert Steve Richard-sou Glenn Poe' mar s v . ,1 - - . . -.. - - ~ -, . , the pgrsons thereto entitleg ai’id tg tin Rood. Brian Rmrdm (2): gas, . , ‘ "f/ ' /* charge said Executrix; and that I - v ran ' ‘ said Repor an no 1 ion w I : e ames n ' l. d t t in b "be ’91 ' - : . ‘ .4 heard on the 2nd day of July, 1963., I'm ' - ....... .-Hd. .... ..Lb. I, .3 9:30 :A.~M., at the Court Room of the Pr ob a t e Department of said Court. at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may an ear and file objections thereto and contest the same. cited this (list da, of _May, 1963. ate of first pub icatlon, June 5, ' NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. Bv: H. W. POTTER, epu y. JONSON JONSON. Attorne s for Estate, 1738 N.W. Market S ., S6- at e, Wash. vFina' publiCation, June 19, 1963. Wedding Invitations from $14.95 new hundred Several Attractive Styles and Type:- to choose from. Raised Letters. I he Ballard News, 5410 Ballard Ave SU. 3-0400 IN undersigned has been» appointed has qualified as Executor of the es- tate of Ruth that all persons having c aims against said deceased are hereby serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or his attorneys 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 no- tice, or the same will be barred. JON JONSON o JONSON, Attorneys 1738 Market St., Seattle, Wash. OF 1 ON IN THE SUPERIOR COURT THE STATE OF WASHINGT FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF HENRY SATTLER, De- ceased. In iProbate. No. 163774. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION V FOR DISTRIBUTION Notice is hereby given that Carl 0. Wig en, Administrator of the Estate of" enry Sattler, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report; and petition for distri- bution, asking the Court to settle said Report, lstrlbute the tproperty to the persons thereto enti led and to dischargie said Administrator: and that said eport and petition will be heard on the 10th day of July, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room of the P r o b a t e Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 3rd day of June, 1963. Date of first publication, June 12, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDEDL, Clerk of said Court. By: R. S. HOFEDITZ, Degutg. JONSON & JO. S N, Attorne s for Estate, 1738 N.W. Market S ., Se- attle, Wash” Final publication, June 26. 1963. JON MARVIN‘EONssON Adam; 1522 Northern Life ower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY. THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF RUTH V. YOUNG, De- ceased. Iri Probate. No. 171884. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the and V. Youn , Deceased: required to Date of first publication. June 12,’ JACK ‘YOU-‘NG Administrator of said Estate. MARVIN JONSSON, Attorney for Estate, 1422 Northern Life Tow- er, Seattle 1, Wash. 1963 . Final publication, June 26, 1963. JONSON a JONSON, Attorneys 1738 N.W. Market 817* Seattle, Wash. .IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WA FOR THE COUNTY 0).“ KING. IN THE MATTER OF ,THE EE- TA’I‘E OF FREDERICK G. DIL , undersigned has b has qualified as Executri Deceased. In Probate. No. 171770. NOTICE TO CBEDITORS ' Notice IS hereby given that the can appollélted and x o the‘ es- tate of Frederick G. Dill, Deceased' that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same dul Executrlx or b r a. verified, oniiald orne s of record it at the address , elow 'sta ed, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with service wit proof of such hin six months after the date of first'publication orthls n0< tice, or the same. will be barred. 'Date of first publication 'June 12, 1963. OLIVE MARY DILL i Executrix of said Estate. 1738 N.W. Market St. Seattle ash - W . JONSON & JONSON. Attorne a for Final pulb Estate 1 3 attic, I a‘gthJfV. 'Marketxvs .‘, Se- lication, June‘126, 1963. WA -.,-,-/w,’ IN THE 'SU'PERI ' LEWIE WILLIAMS, Attorney 712 Jones Building, Seattle, Wash. . COURT , OF THE STATE OF ,ASHINGTON FOR' THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF‘ THE ES- undersigned TATE-O CLARA L. DALEY De- ceased. n Probate. No. 171761. ' NOTIO TO OR DITO 8 Notice is Earthy-cavern” t at the - as been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the es- tate of Clara Daley, that all persons having c a said deceased 81' serve the same, Executor or his a L. Deceased; ms against equired to ed, on said of record 0 herep lilyt verIi 0,111" at the address below i: and file I the same. with the r ‘of Bad; Court”, to ether with p ‘ f such' service wthin six Months a ter the date of first publication of this no- tice. or the same , b erred.- u‘l‘iicatIorli June 12 Date of first p 1963 - e ttl , W h.- LEWIE v31? iiMS.”A LEWIE WILLIAMS Executor of said Estate. 712 Jones Building l i , orney for Estate, 712 ones Buildi 3, Seattle, Wash. Final publication, [June 26, 1963. eaners No. 17‘: 5342 BuSsell Ave. N.W. , No.2: 8541 15H: N.W. (Crown ll!!!) STANLEY RIDDLE, JR., Attor— R COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON SHINGTON has the Probate Department of said iperson interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 13th da of June, 1963. Date of first pu-b ication, June 19, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. Bv: H. W. POTTER, Deputy. JONSON 8: J0 Estate. 1738 N.W. Market St., Se— attle, Wash. Final publication, July 3, 1963. ERIK FROBERG, Attorney 1732 N.W. Market St., Seattle, Wash. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF H I L D A DOROTHEA LUND, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172023. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undermgned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the es- tate of Hilda. Dorothea Lund, De— ceased; that all persons having claims again-st said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such serVice Within szx months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same Will be barred. t I 1963. CARL EN'OCH LUND Executor of said Estate. 1732 N.W. Market St. Seattle, Wash. ERIK FROBERG Attorney for Es- ‘tfite,h1732 N.W. Market St., Seattle, as . Final publication, June 19, 1963. 1732 N.W. Market St., Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF ICING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF JEAN RICHARDSON Deceased. In Probate. No. 172071. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and , has qualified as Administrator of the l estate of Jean Richardson, Deceased: that all persons having claims against {said deceased are hereb required to serve the same duly ver fied, on said Administrator 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 of this no- tice, or the same will 'be barred. mane of first publication June 12, LAWRENCE W. RICHARDSON Administrator of said Estate. 1732 N.W. Market St. Seattle. Wash. ERIK FROBERG. Attorney for Es- tate,h1732 N.W. Market St., Seattle, as . Final publication. June 26, 1963. ANDERSON & COLLINS, Attorneys 1330 Vance Building, Seattle, Wash. IN THE S. PERIOR COURT OF THE STA E OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF BETTY A. NILSSON, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172024. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice IS hereby given .that the undersi ned has been appomted and has qu ified as Executrix of the es- tate of Betty A. Nilsson,‘ Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same dul verified, on said Executrix 'or her a torne s of record at the address below sta ed, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to ether with proof of such service wthin six months after the date of first publication of this no- . tice, or the same Will be. barred. 1961?;3Ae of first publication June 12, EFFIE M. SWANSON Executrlx of said Estate. 1330 Vance Building Seattle, Wash. .ANDERSON & COLLINS, Attorneys I for Estate, 1330 Vance Building, Seattle. Wash. Final publication. June 26. 1963. SCHNEIDER MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorne s 5420 Ballard Ave. N. . Seattle, Wash. :IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR. THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE GUARD- IAN-SHIP OF THE ESTATE OF MARILEE MITCHELL, A Minor. In Probate. No. 170501. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the ndersi ned has been appointed and l u tate of Marilee Mitchell, a minor: that all persons havin I claims against said minor are here y r uired to serve the same dul verifi , on said Guardian or h s at orneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said “Court, to ether with proof of such service wthln six months after the date of first publication of this no- tice, or the same Will be barred. Date of first publication June 5'. . . . , FRED G. GUENTHER, J’R. Guardian of said Estate. 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seattle Wash. 191%. if U L L A v E Y & HAOE , by Walter H. ,Ha e- mazn', ., Attorneys for Esta e, WméfiBallard Ave. N.W., Seattle, a . Fingl publication, June 19, 1963. SCHNEIDER MULLAVEY c HAGEMAN',’Attoi-neys 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seat-tie, Win-sh- » ' .VV .. x\r~.AM‘ IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF! THE STATE OF WASHINGTON- FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN TI-IlaglATTER OF THE GUARD- D SCHNEID IANS P OF THE PERSON AND ESTA XOF HARRIETT ng— INE L Incompetent. In to- hate. No. 171894. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap inted and has qualified as ~Guard an of the, estate of Harriett‘MaXine Dill, In- competent; that all persons having claims a ainat said incom etent are hereby eguired to serve‘ he same, duly verif ed, on said Guardi n or his attorneys of record at the a dress below stated, and file the some With the Clerk of said Courtl together with proof of such servrce within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the, same will be barred. I Date of first publication June 1.2, 1963. - GERALD F. SHAW Guar ten of said Estate. 5420 allard Ave. N.W. Seattle, Wash. SCHNEIDER, M U L L A V E Y, & HAGEI‘lJIANhtbty Walter; H. EHtagée- r., orne s, or sac Ballard Ave. yN.W.', Seattle: till. Final publication, June 26, 1963. Court, at which time and place any SON. Attorneys for IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Date of first publication June 5,: ERIK FROBERG, Attorney qua ified as Guardian of the es- i Skirt: and Sweaters mommy Cleaned and sued , ....__,__ ,1" Owner leaV home. Results guar. AI‘. 4-7162. REPAIR and—fishing "remains. MERCEDES SIMPSON kLarsoLFreeistimates' PIANO ~ ORGAN a HARMONY CARPENTER. Quality ', 00d conditio For Beginners, Adults, Advanced R'E‘YinOdeLd new conga“ , f. 1 Member Washington State Music Teachers pd"; OS‘ 3' dluons' .. M19381 El ._.._._.I-_ 5: er 1 e, 9538 Mary Ave. N.W. SU. 4-6599 .GARDENING 1 I, “fles- SU Schools 2 -A LAWN and garden =31; ' BelAii‘4-dr. v ard clean-Lil? work; .ca'l car, the l RICH WHITMAN SCHOOL U' 4'57”; “° 8' " .éUii? Summer session June 10 thru Aug. 30. Tutorin in all ades. All-day ,. _-'._:_.AI___ kindergartei for preghool children. Redf NG AN 0. Summer camp activities include Gardener, experiential £3 demonstrate athletics, chorlw, dramatics and shrubs, hedges, tl'e, Oldsmobile swimming every da in our en- flower beds. Also 18. cries. EM. 3-0121. f'v‘C'all AL RIDC $8800; iEve closed heated ool. _. GARDENING -‘ ree transpor- tation. Li. 2-35 1. —l—I—_-—_ Complete gummer fit,- mgj nailing-{g3 - our yar ; awnsl ',)i t, . pymn . Dressmaking 3 hedges trimmed. C- v___- . , i l'3.2-door, sticl DRESSMAKING, alterations, restyl- TAYLOR TREE 513 1:6,, $523 51}, mg. Professwnal work rices rea- down surgery trimm H, .5: ,__K. .- cm sonable. 7742 25th N.W. U. 4-5893. 20 Wis. tree 'expel’le . I aegish GM£{-e§ ExiPERIgINCED seaénstrless, altgrati- and insured- SU- 2'1 '. 1.550-g’w‘iu ta ons, resses coa re ining, u , . 0e 1' o 7 ton holes, hen’is. SU. 2-7520. HAULING, CLE 00/” 10w ‘ DRESSMAKING, designin altera- ' ' \ tions, also children's clto 'es. Rea- -— SU' i‘ I! sonable. SU. 2-0130. N6». or c . Personals 1‘ Trash yard and “wow -. T R 3 , , in . Painting. Horne ‘. LADY Wishes to meet congenial gen- all; ty es, No job tOO hfill Triumph tleman,hab01:lBt 50 yrs. 01d. for com- penda 1e. LA. 3-9182 5‘“ l-Bln mint condi panions ip. ox 627, Ballard News. REmfiervice, 4, Ne% offer. in, Dance, lawns flowel" .‘ ' ‘ *Chfld Care ’14 ,lziedge pruning. p.m. LICENSED child day care excel. 1* food, superVision; fencad yard, .ROOFING and playmates. 5903 8th N .W. SU. 2—0751. LICENSED child care, all ages, 24- 1‘: FREE roof estimatefi- 9 hr. service. Free diaper service. repairs- Nothin ,,. Fenced play yard, and equi ment. Self-employed. ack " ., lst 6 hrs, 50c hr.; 10 hrs... 3 c hr.; 2-3566. 24 hrs., 25c hr. Vacation reserva- tion, 2815 N.W. 57th._SU. 3-8863. CHILD PLAY NURSERY 1624 8th Ave. MU. 2~9120 * Day and Contract Work 21 in J F ROOFING Exper. Reas. rates. 0‘”) SU. 4-4547 * Help Wanted BIG demand for more: beauticians. Scholafsr , lard irls. Ballard 13,. 2005 .W. Market st- 2,. EECELLENT o enin enced beauty Idpena 9". 3-3432. ,1: STATE barber college 1"? 1 student a plications- mg N.W. Mar et St., 8 H2 EM. 2—4884 days: ‘ et. WANT responsible r “a care for small Ball m __WE. 7-1784 after 6 p. GIvRL or: woman, 17 0" ,9 mother’s helper; refer ' 5149. EXPERIEWED L.P.l‘i-' aide, nursing homfi good working cond. A TEENAGER mother’s love 3 children; “Ella ,, Priv. rm. and bath. ,' AT. 3-8680. . do??? lug t EPAfR carpentry, painting, walls, plastic tile. Reasonable prices. I do my own work. SU. 3—0620. HAULING, 2-ton t r u c k, anything golgsligdered; also home repairs. SU. . PLUMBING, HEATING LOU ROGERS PLUMBING Repairs New Work-Free Estimates 1143 N.W. 59th St. sU. 2_-3919_ .‘IMNT WORK CEMENT WORK ” R. c. BYERS SU. 3-2324 O HOUSE CLEANING All Women Housecleaners Walls, Ceilings, Floors, Rugs, Upholstery HIGH school girl, 3 ernoon house keep meal preparatio 2-5638 after 8 p.m. BAlesltter, 7 a.m. to. : dren, 5 yrs, 4 mos-L ‘ 322.53- LADY wants college;1 woman under 55, m0 Q ~1 r'can. relax ‘ ire coverel . I5 . GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP [2.33.25 23°25.“ Elise ' CALL MRS. ERICKSON Box 63 . The Ballot - For Free Estimates Situation r. Superior House Cleaners MElrose 3-55I5 O PAINTING. DECORATING INSIDE, outside painting. Taping, cracks fixed, small remodeling. Specializmg in older homes, apta. LA. 3-1579. HOUSE PAINTING Interior-Exterior. Reas. rates. Call for free est. PA. 3-0097 BEAUTIFUL wall apers, paperhan - W , ODD obs, basements, tras removed or " Have truck. SU. 3-71 M IRONING done, my - ,5. district._$1.25 hour. 8 I, HOUSEWORK rby hr., plus bus‘fare.% Handyman with truck. 3” Remove trees, trim" .' Bsmts. cleaned, etc. TWO women do Sprln ', ing. Bugs and uphgm in the home. Free 85" 2-9215, EA. 5-5889. eve; ,l. in , painting. uaranteed quali . , wgrk. No drinking. Lowest esti): 32mm! g0 it, “ALL RENT“ mates. Musselman, SU. 2—5638. "5" ' Wm M ._ V.F'W PAINTING and paperhan ing. Work Hfiil’g‘gfigmggnmo :2 WM W Mark," guaranteed. Free estima es. 20 yrs. after schoof weekends ‘ ' experience. SU. 4-6793 eves. ' t w" "WEDDINGS PAINTINé}, interiorkfixterio}? Gut- E153,ng 333:3 “$151M” $U°R CLUB MEE ers an repairs. wor ar. . J’i Refer. SU. 4-1675 after 6 p.m.gu Eggfli'sreasona‘ble'tggfly w-‘sz'6l73 01’ 5‘ PAINTING, inside and out. 40 ears “’5' “’3” "'“L: l experience in North End. Freeyesti- mer‘ E 2'2599‘ WEATHERSTRW' mates. SU. 3-2024. LIGHT h a. u l in g, wet: bows, wn~ CALL ASIGURDSSON'S Jfl‘ilflis' 5”“ 4‘8066'm11 '3 ' P A T l 0 Painting at low cost HAVE pickup truck. was, r f C A T AT. 4-02 9—LA. 3-3720 work and hauling, eVU. . . S A PROFESSIONAL painting, interior .‘Lnds- M7528 0’ S f. 5‘58 Smile“ N-‘ and exterior. Free estimates. LA. EXPERIENCED 16" , ll M CLEANER 5-3389. wants baby sitting. .1 Pickup and I WE ichool giril f '\EeHooverI3-71 1]) ng; as ex ere - \vyt l 1N6 erences. SU.p4-3188- 03036318; ‘IIE GENERAL WELDING. Cast iron, GIRL want art timo' ' aluminum lbrass, steel. No job too typing, filiigP etc. 5112‘ 12m, gWRESS, Ali worl‘i I “arfieegéucag GOOD men available-5 -"'~ . ' .32. News: 0’6: 5 a: , Compass Center. MA- ey. some BABY sit-tin , da 5 05: ., ,Studen sr onoME IMPROVEMENTS home: renal 1e. U: ‘ Ne’50“- 1" BABY sitting, in my h°' er child: rates for my " 7 amily. 'SU. 4-3898- GIRL. 16. desires 9' 7 comm Ffif‘mh 1“ fi‘lPdTmhuu. . 0 en an ' a. rem ‘ BRADFORD CABINETS ‘4' 40: SU- 24850 baby sitting. SU. 2- 2‘ “Q , GIRL 17. wishes bah 'JId .- OPLASTERING I mother's helper, Pres“- ; ‘. s Discont PLASTER patchlii ; ce i l in gs re- Mag‘nollla: Capable. , - laced, re aired; oorwa s changed. A. 4- SENIOR wants bob , WE. 7-6700“ lummer. a! , or nights, week. U- - ——_—. . l‘ RESPECTIABLE girl w, ,. LEGAL NOTICES 333 7a days‘W‘ ' ' u oh! 9;. That s M} 113nm FROBERG, Attorney B E492 208,9“ 1‘ ‘ Sham Gm“ I 1732 N.W. Market St., Seattle, wash. RELIABLE experiend nigussrgggu 30: IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Jemres woflg SU« 3" a basis; THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IRONING, My HOMEL. 15th NM, 5 FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. w ' 'd ', "m - , FULL charge bkkpr- ,d Mitique turn IN THE MATTER OF THE ES-l accounts pm 1, ,0. 9 lanes lamps d ggcggsgiFIngobs, LgDsgggM. 1.0.1 refer. AT. fiw- i , “norm. 5-69: . n r0 ac. . . —-— ‘ E i 5:, ~» NOTICE TO CREDITORS “wimp” MY HOM ’W , :htfy ' i? 1.11}:th Notice is hereb iven that the ' . (I ,, v.‘ t undersi ned has bgengappointed and 15‘YR-’OLD 3"!" daily:- lohuwa‘mfi; has qua ified as Administrator of the £01: summer! “’1‘1 ' 63rd, su_ 2-5 estate of Hugo S. Lindstrom, De- enced- SU- 3'6611' flu ~ : ‘ ceased; that all p e r s o n 5 having LADY would like 1' t .5 ' claims against , said deceased are summer; live in or ' hereby required to serve the same ———- i an . . dul verified, on said Administrator EXPER: “Eater gU-g. ,. ' PEN 10 TILL or his attorney of record at the ad- k‘mhen helper- " ‘ dlfiis lgfilouelstagedkandigilcethetsaine ' "l w 6 er 0 sa our, 0- - r, 5 gether' with proof of 'such service 8 within six months after the date of .r'i first ublication of this notice, or 1E U'I" CO 21‘ the sfme Will be barred. LEE’lanUfemgnfififie :31de a , ' ti 19, '63 am'bler at '11 ‘h , . 196gate of first publica on June R Can AL g]: 5 I ,, ,_ ph‘mney__ E J. EMIL LINDSTROM Days, MA. 4-8800; Eve, r: i: N DES ACCEP Administrator of said Estate. 1732 N.W. Market St. ER k gfiagii‘iinvdaskit r F ' orney 01' i5- tgte, 1732 N.W. Market St., Seattle, Wash. Final publication, July 3, 1963. I '55 PONTIAC starchie cg R&H, full power, E0 -‘ 2 —' ‘ -= but); inch TV . Li. 6-1609. 6. = m . new pictu .3 be es, nang .68 ': 'parake 3" 1 “- ir “‘1 00ndltlon_,_§3§ *1 n 1‘; ‘ T! 19935 's —‘4' lec Rial" “gifting “V53rd pp .ncun Ph fe c‘ I‘Ogileai’. y refi OFQV Eff Er. filiafifii '53 FORD, stick shift: 1210 N.W. Norcroas 4628. PLAIN Ea. l