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Page Two i CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, February 21, 1947 YAKIMA NEWS BY PATRICIA BANKS Catholic Press Month Program At Academy Today St. Martha Guild Plans Party For St. Patrick Day YAKLMA.--A special assembly to commemorate Catholic Press Month and George Washington's birthday anniversary will be held this Friday, at St. Joseph Aca- demy. Topical tableaus and orig- inal playlets written by the Fresh- man English Class,, will be pre- sented at the assembly. Thirty-one seniors will enjoy a holiday in SeattIe when they leave Yakima on February 26 with Mrs. Leonard Cockrill and Mrs. Edward Berghoff accompanying them. apron sale which will be held very VChile in Seattle the girls will'[ soon. attend the religous profession cer- emonies at Mt. Saint Vincent and Y. L. 1. Initiate will also take in the sights of Seattle. Four of the girls will stay over the weekend to make a closed re- treat at ?Jr. St. Vincent. - D. A. Study Club To Meet Saturday YAKIMA. -- The C.D.A. Study Club will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday Feb. 25, in St. Joseph hall. Dr. C. G. Cham.poux will be the guest speaker and his subject will be "Socialized Medicine." Hostess- es will be Mrs. John Glesener and Mrs. C. R. Hauser. Hostesses for tbe last business meeting held at St. Joseph Hall were Miss Alma Long and Mrs. H.- A." Mansfield. Ms. C. O. Villaume will replace Mrs. Steve Moreland as monitor. " :Mrs: Gerald Gervais reported on the-Polio Benefit party. ,[_rs. Harold Himmetsbach, Dis- tzct Deputy for Waila Walla, and Mrs. Steve Moreland, made a trip tO the court of St. Cecelia for the initiation of new members. Forty members attended the Day of Recollection conducted by Father Thonaas Pitsch at St. Jo- seph Academy on Sunday, Feb. 16. Mrs. Wilbert Fortier furnished the music and.Mrs. Louis Benoit led the singing. YAKLIA.--St. Martha Guild of St. Paul PaiTsh announces ,a card party for St. Patricl's Day.  The school luncheon "held Feb- ruary 28 at St. Paul hall was a great success. Chairman was Mrs. E. J. Chandler and Mrs. Adam Sagmiller was co-chairman. Members of the guild are re- quested to turn all aprons in at the rectory of St. Paul at their very earliest convenience for the Class of Eleven Fr. Pucci Speaks YAKIMA, Feb. 18.--E l e v e n new members were initiated at impressive candle-light ceremon- ies when the Young Ladies Insti- tute met on Tuesday last at the woman's Century Club Those in- itiated were the "Misses Alice Marie Dorn, Jo Anne Dubuque, Paula Engman, Irene Huff art, Alice McArthur, Blanche Moreau, Irene Mitzlaff, and the Mesdames Allen Garceau, John Wingenbach, Charles Kranz and B. T. Loftus. Father Theodore Sullivan, In- stitute chaplain, welcomed the new members. Miss Mabel Barlow, Institute Deputy of Seattle was a special guest. Miss Barlow commended the Yakima group on the im.pres- siva initiation and business meet- ing. During the business meeting, Mrs. Joseph Gastelu reported on her recent trips to Seattle and Tacoma where tentative plans ONLY PRIEST OF ROMANIAN RITE IF00hECKSTEIN'S'J'" TO BE0000AKJ:00 AT if" Tacma sNews Sectin Ethel Honnan Egan, Tacoma Correspondent. Phone PRoctor 1133 I'l TACoMAK' OF__ TheG' VeryBANQUETIiRITO,' Rev. Leo Catholic Woman's BE[LA]{MJNE PLAYS Fck.tein. S. J., newly, appointed " Club To Meet at MARQUETTE H! IN rector of Bellarmine, will be the A Celebration of the Divine Liturgy accosding to the B.antine- Romanian Rite by the only priest in the United States administering that Rite was offered in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on the campus of Catholic University of America. during the annual observance of the Church Unity Octave there. Pictured on that occasion is the Rev. George Babutiu, of St. Helena's paxlsl% Cleveland, who is shown at the Preparation for the Divine Liturgy, Rerd-NC PhotoL EVERETT NEWS By Kathryn Dohegon Phone Red 464 Charles E. Costello, Everett Merchant, Called By Death State Officers To Visit Everett EVERETT.'Charles E Cos- tello, a veteran of World War I and former Everett safety com- missioner, died at .an Everett hos- ' pital Saturday morning following an extended illness Mr. Costello was born in Ev- erett February 9, 1896, and re- K. C. on Monday The Very Rev. Joseph P. Dough- arty, Chancellor of the Diocese and tate chaplain of the Knights of Columbus and George HoIfner, K. C. state deputy will visit Eve- rett Council at its meeting on Feb. 24. They will lave stimulat- ing messages for the Knights. t sided here throughout the greater I , portion of his life. He served I. ; - I overseas in World War I with the l,00b.mn Rem,iem 63rd Coast Artillery. Following his ----.-- "" "J[ return to civilian life he asSo-I Mo, No,=A !,, elated with his brothers in Costal- J avAo vaa,a va lo's men's wear firm here. In 1931 I II r Itr* /1i he was elected to the office or j lY|r$, van winKle safety - commissioner where he J served from January ]932 to Jan-[ MARYSVILL--Solemn requiem were discussed in 'connection with uary ]936. the coming Grand Institute Con- Funeral services were held Mass was offered in St. Mary Church Wednesday, February 12, vention to be held in Seattle this summer. Mrs. Harry LaBerge reported that the study club was .well or- Monday in Immaculate Conception church, the Rev. William G. Fitz- gerald officiating Rosary was said in the church Sunday evening. i istarted during the year. ganized and a meeting would be Surviving Mr. Costello are three leld March 10. Mrs. Frances Des brothers, -Will of Cle Elum, Jack ]Ylarais announced that the wel-of 902 Hoyt Avenue, and Tom ' fare sewing club would meet Feb. ' Costello, with whom he made his 20 at her home. Members will home" in the Mayfair Court; three work toward completing a quilt sisters, Mrs. Harry Lunney of Cal- I gary, Alberta, Canada, 1Vrs. L. L. for Mrs. Frances Lillian VanWin- kle, aged 48, who died at an Ev- erett hospital. The Rev. Father Foley, pastor, was celebrant of the _Mass; the Ray. Father Long of Sedro Woolley was deacon, and the key. Father Shaughnessy of Monroe sub-deacon. Burial was in the Arlington Cemetery. Surviving relatives are *wo speaker at the Knights of Colum- bus here Sunday evening. The event which will close" initiation day for Tacoma Council, K. of C. is scheduled 7:30 p. m. at The Towers. The newly initiated Knights will be honored guests. he event is open to Knights antl their ladies. Don Lynch will be toas.tmaster and Ed Eastman is in charge of arrangements. ,, The degree work, to be exempli- fied in K.C. hall, 6th and Steele, will begin at I p. m. and the major degree will be under the direction of district deputy, Ar- thur P. Boyle. It's a long time until summer comes but Tacoma Council's picnic committee, already named, is in- viting suggestions as to place and type of picnic. The committee in- cludes Emil Burcaifl chairmn; George Boscovich, Eric James, i Robert Brown and Dean Barline. r ! l Sunbonnet Girl Is Big Success: Four Performances Score TACOMA -- "Sunbonnet Girl," delightful operetta sponsored by dramatic and music groups of St. Leo and Bellarmine High Schools, scored a big success and four in- stead of the originally scheduled three performances were given to accommodate the crowds. Follow- ing the additional performance of Monday evening, Feb. 17, the en- tire cast was taken to the New Yorker for a banluet. Helen Carlson Bride Of Edward P. Boukol TACOMAHoly Rosary Church was the scene recently of the wedding of Miss Helen Yvonne Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S Carlson, and Edward i P. Boukal, son of Mrs. Mary Bou- kal. The Rev. Anthony Hack, O.S.B. officiated. The bride, who walked to the altar with her father, was lovely m a gown of ivory slipper satin, 'made with fitted bodice, the full AT ST, PATRICK, McNerthney Home TACOMA TONIGHT TACOMA--The Catholic Wom- TACOMA -- T h e Marqhette an's Club will meet Wednesday, High basketball squad arrived to- Feb. 26, at the home of Mrs. Law-Jday from Yakima and will meet , fence T. McNerthney, 3215 North tBellarmin e High in the Bellarmine i Alder, for a 1 o'clock dessert gym at 7:30 this (Friday) eve- luncheon. There will be a short ning. business meeting at" which Mrs. Both teams are at peak, speedy Leslie Furlong will preside and a and aggressive, and fans will have program, which has been arranged their fill. After the game there ty Mrs. Harry Harrigan. Mrs. will be a smoker, also in the gym. Theodore B. Gaffney and Mrs. An all school assembly was held John O'Connor, co-chairman for Tuesday in the Bellarmine gym- the club's spring card party and nasium with talks on religious : fashion show will report plans, subjects and presentation of the i The program will be a review Living Ro.ary, the event a prepar- of "Eamon deValera" (M. Mac- atton for the Lenten season. Manus) by Mrs. James H. Egan. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames J. Stanley Mullane, Joseph Man-ST LEO AND HOLY lay, Arthur P. O'Leary, August Z Van Boecklin', Jr, J: B. MeNerth- CROSS TEAMS UPSET Iney, Carl N. Kiltgaard and R. T. i Davis, Jr. LEAGUE MEMBERS I Y.L.I. To Meet On 00odefeated Visitation ,,,as de- Mond Study C! b I fasted by St. Leo's five and St. ay. u Patrick's boys, who were tied for -- "'Vo';'k* second place, were beaten by Holy' unvees Cross. These upsets resulted in last Saturday's games at Eellar- ' I mine: St. Leo, 20 vs. Visitation, 13; TACOMA.--The Y.LI. will meet Holy Cross 17 and St Patrick 15. at 8 p. m. in the Woman's Club-I Monday's game St. Leo 24 vs. t house with Migs Irene Ribax pre- Holy Rosary 12. siding. The Study Club will meet Sum,mary: this (Friday) evening at th-e home ST. LEO (26) (13) VISITATION Vintermute (6) ...F ..... George Hendersou (2) ..... F ...... Bob S(-hiesz f Mrs. Arthur Gaudette, 3013 ] Bozart, J ............. C ...... Huber OBLATE :MISSIONARY I North 9th. i Watson (2) ......... G ..... () Ferderer TACOMA.--The Rev. H. B. Con- i Visiting committee for the ' Michaelson (10) ..G (2) Hanit.er _ .  _ . I Subs" St Leo" L Bozart Fiaika rag O.M.I., widely known Oblate i .month includes Mesaames Russellj Knabel'; Visitation: Lake Bcnc]er Run-' mi.q.qionarv will conduct a missoz i Johnson, L. J. Reda, James Pens- aid Schiesz (4). " " ' e h " Official" Joe RadRe in St. Patrick Church, North 12th I w,rt , Wflham Kelly, Misses Anne I HOLY CiOSS 1) (1) ST. PA'rRlCK and J Sts from S today Febru- Klarich, Lorraine McLaughltn and Christenson (4). t." (2) 'l'homp:Ol .... ' " ' l Mar-" eubert I Milloy {2) . . I-' (4) Richer ary 23, to SundLy, biareh 2, in- Y Kershel (9) . C Harisoh ,.._-_._ Kavanaugh C,_ (4) Love , elusive. 1 . Taylor (2) . (3 (5) 3h'Alilster Father Conrad will speak at the [ - r . -- i substitutes: Holy Cross: t)oughertv; hemen uevouons st. Patrick: Jurich Troupe. " " Masses, Sunday, at 6:30, 7:30, Official: Joe Radke. 8:45, 10 and 11 a m., opening the J A. O, | 19 I Change in S('hedtde mission and outlining the puze '[ [. z0sepn S The games which had to be [ - postponed because the Bellarmine elses.f the program of spiritual exer-  ...... --.-- _ . . ]gym was occupied during the ruMA--.enven oevol:ions ln lPre s  n-e n ..... Mission sermons will be preach-f -- ...... s to I re ce win De mace up St Joseph wnurcn are nero eacn'ast f llo ed at evening devotions, which " o ws: : J day, March I ..t. Leo vs St. Wednesday an d Friday at 7 30 satur will begin at 7:45, and there will I O. m. with Rosary, instruction and l Patrick 10:00 at Bellarmine. be short instructions after that .... --,- .......... ,... '---I S iurday, March 1, Holy Cross vs. , Deneulutlon on weuneuuay vvty , i Sacred Heart, ll:O0 at Be'Uarmine. daily Ma.ses at 6:30 and 8:10 l of the Cross and benediction on i Monday, March 3, Holy Cross vs. IIoly Rosary 3 4 at Bo3s (lul) a.m. Friday. Daily Mass is at 8:30.[ __, 3:45 _.oy. ? . The ch!ldren's mission will be The Rev Jose!h Hayostek i. pas- - ...... given at 2:30 p m. on Tuesday, tar of St. Joseph. !t. Ann (ulJd To At Home-School , I The Donnelly Hotel ballroom Goodnow of Aberdeen and Mrs. L., A i ti M eti Was the scene of dancing Friday, SSOC a on e Feb. 14 at 9:30. YL.I. members] MOXEE.--The Rev. Joseph Pucci, O. M. I., addressed the monthly meeting of the ,Home- School Aociatinn, in Holy Ro- sary hall here. yesterday after- noon. His subject was, "The Cath- olic Mother," The food sale held Saturday was reported a great success. Lenten Devotions sons, Archie T. Van Winkle of W. Spence of 2129 Rucker Avenue. Everett and Robert A, Van Win- A past exalted ruler of Elks kle of Ketchikan, Al,aska; one and their guests-attende'd. Miss Lodge, Mr. Costello was ,also a! daughter' Mary Ellen Van Winkle ! Lorraine Bardes was dance corn-past president of the 63rd and J f Tacoma; one sister, Mrs. Ray mittee chairman. Assisting her 65th CAC Association, a member Osborne of Route Three, Arling- ton, and two brothers, George T. were the MAsses Rosaline Worsley, of the Knights of Columbus, Earl Fitzgerald of Ketchikan, and Wil- Edith Salatine, Mary Davidson, Faulkner Post of the American 1;am Bernadine Moreau, Helen Cockrill Legion, and Old Guard Post of]" H.Fitzgerald of Darrington. and Mrs. Alex Deccio. the Veterans of Foreign W.ars. WENATCHEE NEWS By May Smith, Phone 1292-W In Moxee Church[C" D. A. Dinner MOXEE.--Lenten Services will 1 be held in Holy Rosary Church Honors Co00's on Sunday evening at 7:30 and o. __- Wednesday and Friday at 7:45 p.[ 18th Annwersary m. [ ,Moxee Team Takes 2 Out of 5 WENATCHEE, Feb. 18.---Cath- MOXEE.--The parish s c h o o 1 olie Iaughters honored the birth- basketball team, composed of boys day anniversary of their local in grades 6 to 8, have won 2 out of 5 games they have played in I-Ioly Rosary hall gym. Harvey Brulotte is their coach YAKIMA Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACIR ,t Phone 4013 508 .No. 6th St. Yakinm AUTO - FIRE - FARM And All Types INSURANCE MULTZ AGENCI r Insurance Advisors Phone 6362 106 South Second YAKIMA BENOIT'S Sea Foods GND CENTRAL .MARKET ]6 .N-OaTH FOURTH STREET Phone 9551 Yakima If It's Fish We Have It ]:,angevin-Meyer Ambulance Service Larry Langevin Paul Meyer 108 N. 2nd Telephone 3141 court at a beautifully-appointed dinner on last Wednesday evening. Participating and witnessing a beautiful commemoration cere- monial were 75 members of the court. On the head table were 28 candles, representing the past and present grand regent. As Mrs. Marie Monroe n.azed the past grand regents, Mrs. Lucy Virnig lit a candle for those who were not present. Those present lit their own as their name was called. at the dinner. Headed by Mrs. Earl Curry, they were entertained by the losing tam, which was cap- rained by Miss Josephine Roels. The Study Club will meet on Thursday evening, Feb. 27, in the parish hall. Chairman of the pro- gram is Rhea Schroeder assisted by Margaret Erickson. K. C. Entertain At Pre-Lenten Party WENATCHEE. -- A large at- tendance enjoyed the card party and games held by the Knights Y.L.I. Initiate New Members EVERETT. -- The Young La- dies Institute met at the home of Mrs. Frank Payette, Wednesday evening, Feb. 12. Three new mem- bers were initiated during the meeting: Miss Peggy Spadafore, Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney and Mrs. Irene McKechum. Following the impressive cere- mony refreshments were served in a gaily decorated room carrying of Columbus at the Labor Temple out the Valentine motif. Friday on evening. John DuffY i The next business meeting will was general chairman. be held at the home of Miss Char- The council will meet at par- on Wednesday, March 5. 8 p. lotte Backus, 1608 Hoyt Avenue, m. Monday, Feb. 24 in the ish hall. St. Ann Study Club Junior C. D. A. To Receive Sunday WENATCHEE.--The J u n i o r Holds Interesting Meet EVERETT. -- St. Ann's Study Club, sponsored by the D. C. C. W. met Wednesday evening, Feb. 12, at the home of Mrs. George Web- Mrs. Frank Mechtel spoke on lcatholi c Daughters will receive bar. the history of the court and re-iHoly Communion in a bod, at the Mrs Mary Meacham, president called the very first initiation' ,  " ,, ' ......... ' J 8 o clock Mass on Sunda, Feb. gave a talk on Feast Days of the  ne close ot ner alk, Mrs  , Sam ' 23 , " is.' Mrs John Mitchke read Marie Monroe presented Mrs. Fort members were resent t Ia lecture from Rt. Ray. Fulton J. Meehtel with- a lovely corsage in J Y p a ] Sheen'= h,z, .... ro, 1 , the Junior's meeting held in the . ............... .-v ...... - behalf of the court. J narish hall Tu- ...... . . .+, ] faring," and Mrs. J. E. Killien re- The winning team in the recent Iiss Ann 'Brenn ---'''''; .... t viewed a chapter from "A Catholic er premuen pre- ,, . membershi contest were uests ........... ]Looks at the World, by Franem P o SlOlng. 2any articles were re- 'E. MeMahon. calved for the coming carnival. Following the program refresh- Lenten Services at St. Joseph Church WENATcHEE.--During Lent the evening services .in St. Joseph Church will begin ,at 7:30 every Friday and Wednesday. Mass will be at 7 o'clock every morning. Bundle ,Day SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23 ST. PETER CHURCH, WAPATO Brvg a bundle of used clothing, old felt hats (mem's or women's) and rags, to help the St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau's work for the needy. All proceeds go towards a summer camp for the members. IIAVE VALENTINE PARTY The "Little Flower" troop of the junior Catholic Daughters en- joyed a Valentine party, Monday evening, in .the parish hall Games were played, with Rita I Peiples and Kathryn Kendall win- ning high honors. Refreshments were served to 24 members. Miss ments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs..Matt. Monahan. C.D.A. Study Club To Meet Monda, EVERETT The CDA Study Club will meet on Monday even- ing, February 24, at the home of Mrs. Robt. Le Blanc, 1528 Racker Ann Brenner and Miss Jaekie ] Avenue. Assisting hostesses are Short are the junior counselors Mrs. May Backus, Mrs. Marguer- and Mrs. Harold SchrOeder the Iite Machin, Mrs. Frank Van Meig- mother advisor for the month of[ ham and Mrs. Walter Springer. February l Win Honors For Wenatchee School WENATCHEEL--Miss Noreen Doneen, past president of the jun- ior Catholic Daughters, and Verna Harle a member of St. Joseph parish were the two representa- tives sent from Wenatchee High School to the College of Puget Sound at#racoma, for the debate contest They won second place. The topic was "Federal Medicine." ELLENSBURG IN ELLENSBUR IT'S- "Do" and 'Mose" WIPPEL'S FOOD MART QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH & CURED MEATS skirt extending to a train. Her veil, court ldngth, was held to the hair with a coronet of lace, and she carried white hyacinths and butterfly orchids. The ,maid of honor, Miss Betty Lou. Uhlman, wore horizon blue marquisette, with a rose hat and carried a colonial bouquet. The maids, Misses Frances and Kaye Heck, cousins of the bride, were in pink embroidered marquisette,- with aqua feathered hats and car- ried colonial bouquets. Shirley Jean Bisson, in white organdy, was flower girl and Tommy East- man carried the ring. Frank Bou- kal was best man for his brother. A breakfast and reception at the New Yorker followed the cere- mony and the wedding trip was to San Francisco by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Boukal axe now at home at the Florence Apartments. Mrs. Reuter New Leader of Holy Rosary Society TACOMA. -- Mrs. J. J. Reuter was installed president of the Blessed Virgin Mary Altar Society of Holy Rosary parish at a meet- ing held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Thaden. Other offi- cers are Mrs. R. A. Pullar, v. p., Mrs. R. A. Thaden, sec'y, Mrs. Joseph Danzl, treas., Mrs. R. G. Chisholm, marshall, Mrs. Harvey Penno, publicity chairman. Mrs. E. E. Devereaux is junior past presi- dent. Audit of books was by Mrs. Pulla and Mrs. A. O. Rochefort. Tea and a social hour concluded the afternoon. Mrs. Webber Hostess .To W.C.O.F. EVERETT. -- Members of the Women's Catholic Order of For- esters met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. George Webber. Mrs. Matt Monahan presided at the business session in the ab- sence of Mrs. H. A. Witscher, high ranger It was announced that of- ricers would be elected at the next meeting. Wednesday and Thursday and will be for the young folk of private and public schools. Sermon Subjects Father Conrad has annoupced his evening sermon subjects as follows: Sunday, Feb. 23, "Not By Bread Alone"; Monday, Feb. 24, "Fifth Columns"; Tuesday, Feb. 25, "Compassion" ; Wednesday, Feb. 26, "The Great Sacrament"; Thursday, Feb. 27, "Delinquency"; Friday, Feb 28, "The Greatest. of These"; Saturday, March 1, "His Mother"; Sunday morning, March 2, "I Say Unto You"; Sunday evening, March 3, "Promulgation of the Law." The closing of the mission on Sunday evening, March 3, will in- clude the impressive ceremonies always associated with missions conducted by Oblate Fathers, the promulgation of the command- merits by the missionary, the re- newal o Baptismal Vows by the congregation with lighted candles held aloft, the papal blessing and I solemn benediction of the Blessed I Saerament __ Davies-Boyle Rites - 1 At the Holy Rosa/ TACOMA -- At nuptial Mass solemnized on Feb. 8 in Holy Ro- sary Church by the Rev. Anthony Hack, O.S.B., Miss Dorothy Dav- ies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davies, became the bride of Vincent Alan Boyle, son of Mrs. Vincent Boyle of Seattle and Mrs. Signe Christiansen of Salt Lake City. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin, designed with fitted bodice "and bouffant skirt. Her illusion veil ca.eaded from a coronet and she carried white orchids and "chrysanthemums. Five sisters of the bride were her attendants, Miss Patricia Dayies, maid of honor, in blue nylon marquisette, the brid- maids, the Misses Marian and Le- lia in aqua, Madeline and Gerrie in pink, all with bouquets of baby iris and carnatiofls. George Van Goethem of Portland was best man for the groom. Breakfast was at the home of the Misses Martin, the bride's aunts, at 7 West Roa] and a re- ception was fit the .Davies home, 3846 South Tacoma Ave. Communion Mass 23' On their return from a trip to Scheduled Feb. , Canada, the young eoupte estab- lished their new home in Seattle. EVERETT.--All members of' -- ................. the Junior Catholic Daughters Engagement Noted f Meet at St. Leo Lenten Devotions Friday To Elect Officers ' At Sts. Peter and Paul  TACOMA -- Members of St. Ann's quild will- m:et Friday, TACOMA -- Way of the Cross Feb. 28, at St. Leo Hall for a 12 and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is announced for each Friday evening of Lent in Sis. Peter and Paul Church. The devo- tions will begin at 7:45 p. m. Children of the parish will re- ceive at the 8:30 Mass Sunday. The Kuppel Club will meet at 8:30 p. m., Saturday in parish hall. Barbara Gagne Bride of Stanley Stemp TACOMA--Lovely in every de- tail was the wedding in St. Ann Church, recently, of Miss Barbara June Gagne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gague, and Stanley Anthony Stemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stemp of Puyallup. The Rev. J. F. Milner officiated. Entering the church with her father, the bride was cbarming in a gown of white lace and net, made with fitted bodice and skirt falling to a long train. -er fingertip length veil cascaded from a halo of net and seed pearls and her flowers were white roses and step- hanotis. Organdy over satin in soft pas- tels of pink, blue and yellow fash- ioned the attendants' gowns, Miss Valerie Bana-.zak, a cousin of the bride, maid of honor, Miss Leona Stemp, the groom's sister, Miss i Lorraine' Drange, bridesmaids, Julianne Gagne, the bride's sister, and Mary Ann ,Powloski, junior bridesmaids. Carol, Paterson, in orchid chiffon, was flower girl and Julian Brecht, in a tiny tuxedo, was the diminutive ring bearer. Edwin Stemp was best man for his cousin. breakfast followed the nuptial Mass and an evening reception was held in Polish Hall. The couple then left for a motor trip to Oregon. The new home will be in Tacoma The groom is re- cently home after three years' ,ervice in the Navy. Betrothal Announcecl ! noon business session, at which election of officers will take place. Mrs. Louis Schuler will pre- side. Luncheon will be at 12:30 and women of St. :Leo parish, undex di- rection of Mrs,. Anion Schwartz will be hostesses. A social hour will close the meeting Funeral Services For Bruno Gost at Sts. Peter and Paul TACOMA -- Requiem Mass was sung in Sis. Peter nd Paul Church Tuesday for Brun Gosk, aged 71 years old, who died Sat- urday as a result of injuries re- ceived in a traffic accident. In- terment was in Calvary. A native of Poland, Mr. Gosk had lived in Tacoma 27 years. His loss is mourned by five sonz,, John. Alexander, Frank, Dominic and Edward, all of Olymp:a; two daughters, Mrs. A. L. Schwabel pf Tacoma and Mrs. Ann C]uff of Seattle, and by 8 grandchildren. Marszewski Funeral From The Visitation TACOMA. -- Requiem Mass was offered on Thursday :n Visitation Church for the funeral of Mrs. Stephen Marszewski, aged 60, who died Sunday after a heart attack Burial was in Calvary Mrs. Marszewski was born in Poland and came to Tacoma 38 years, ago. Her loss is mourned by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Heleri Doane, Mrs. Wanda Neumann an'd Miss Marceila Marszewski, all of Tacoma; a sis- ter, Mrs. Anna Regal, Tacoma, brother, Joseph Dutkiewicz. and seven grandchildren. Siena Club To Meet TACOMA--Siena Club will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 27, at the hom_ of Mrs. August Von Boeek- are requested to receive Commun- TACOMA -= Announcement has t the Smith home and assisting Mrs. ion in a group on Sunday, Feb. been made by Mr. and Mrs. Rus-lSmith were her other daughters, 23, at the 9:30 Mass in Our Lady sell Kasse]man of the engagement ] Miss Patricia Ann Smith, Miss Jac- of Perpetual Help church. A spa- f their daughter, Dorothy, to Rob- quel!ne Smith and Mrs. Maurice cial Mass commemorating the 21st art K. Rogers of Santa .Monica, Burke Hickey (Geraldine Smith) Junior C.D.A. anniversary will be Calif The wedding will be an[whose wedding was a January celebrated by the Ray. Father levant of April 12. She is a grad-I event. Also assisting was Miss Moore, chaplain. The Mass and uate of Aquinas Academy, he of ,.Iary Ella Hickey, sister-in-law Communion are to be offered bY lU.C.L.A, with service in this ,f Mrs. Hickey. each Junior for our Holy Father's country and abroad as a lieuten- The Smith-Shea wedding will intention, l ant in the Army Engineer Corps. take place in May. TACOMA -- The Ladics Sodal- ity will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 Mass in St. Leo Church, Sunday. CZANAM CIRCLE MEETS TACOMA vr,. Mark Dolliver, 912 Worth Kay, @as hostess to n/embers of Ozanam Circle 41, which met Thursday for a .ocial hour. TACOMA.--Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam H. Smith this week announced the betrothal of their daughter, Nad':ne Marie, to David William ,Chea, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. I Shea. News of the engagement l was made known at a party at lin, Jr., 3018 North 26th. Mrs. Joseph Manley will re'view, "Hope of the Harvest,' tle story of the Sisters of the Holy Names of 3e-.us and Mary Supper will close the evening. SODALITY TO RFX:EIVE AT ST. LEO Page Two i CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, February 21, 1947 YAKIMA NEWS BY PATRICIA BANKS Catholic Press Month Program At Academy Today St. Martha Guild Plans Party For St. Patrick Day YAKLMA.--A special assembly to commemorate Catholic Press Month and George Washington's birthday anniversary will be held this Friday, at St. Joseph Aca- demy. Topical tableaus and orig- inal playlets written by the Fresh- man English Class,, will be pre- sented at the assembly. Thirty-one seniors will enjoy a holiday in SeattIe when they leave Yakima on February 26 with Mrs. Leonard Cockrill and Mrs. Edward Berghoff accompanying them. apron sale which will be held very VChile in Seattle the girls will'[ soon. attend the religous profession cer- emonies at Mt. Saint Vincent and Y. L. 1. Initiate will also take in the sights of Seattle. Four of the girls will stay over the weekend to make a closed re- treat at ?Jr. St. Vincent. - D. A. Study Club To Meet Saturday YAKIMA. -- The C.D.A. Study Club will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday Feb. 25, in St. Joseph hall. Dr. C. G. Cham.poux will be the guest speaker and his subject will be "Socialized Medicine." Hostess- es will be Mrs. John Glesener and Mrs. C. R. Hauser. Hostesses for tbe last business meeting held at St. Joseph Hall were Miss Alma Long and Mrs. H.- A." Mansfield. Ms. C. O. Villaume will replace Mrs. Steve Moreland as monitor. " :Mrs: Gerald Gervais reported on the-Polio Benefit party. ,[_rs. Harold Himmetsbach, Dis- tzct Deputy for Waila Walla, and Mrs. Steve Moreland, made a trip tO the court of St. Cecelia for the initiation of new members. Forty members attended the Day of Recollection conducted by Father Thonaas Pitsch at St. Jo- seph Academy on Sunday, Feb. 16. Mrs. Wilbert Fortier furnished the music and.Mrs. Louis Benoit led the singing. YAKLIA.--St. Martha Guild of St. Paul PaiTsh announces ,a card party for St. Patricl's Day.  The school luncheon "held Feb- ruary 28 at St. Paul hall was a great success. Chairman was Mrs. E. J. Chandler and Mrs. Adam Sagmiller was co-chairman. Members of the guild are re- quested to turn all aprons in at the rectory of St. Paul at their very earliest convenience for the Class of Eleven Fr. Pucci Speaks YAKIMA, Feb. 18.--E l e v e n new members were initiated at impressive candle-light ceremon- ies when the Young Ladies Insti- tute met on Tuesday last at the woman's Century Club Those in- itiated were the "Misses Alice Marie Dorn, Jo Anne Dubuque, Paula Engman, Irene Huff art, Alice McArthur, Blanche Moreau, Irene Mitzlaff, and the Mesdames Allen Garceau, John Wingenbach, Charles Kranz and B. T. Loftus. Father Theodore Sullivan, In- stitute chaplain, welcomed the new members. Miss Mabel Barlow, Institute Deputy of Seattle was a special guest. Miss Barlow commended the Yakima group on the im.pres- siva initiation and business meet- ing. During the business meeting, Mrs. Joseph Gastelu reported on her recent trips to Seattle and Tacoma where tentative plans ONLY PRIEST OF ROMANIAN RITE IF00hECKSTEIN'S'J'" TO BE0000AKJ:00 AT if" Tacma sNews Sectin Ethel Honnan Egan, Tacoma Correspondent. Phone PRoctor 1133 I'l TACoMAK' OF__ TheG' VeryBANQUETIiRITO,' Rev. Leo Catholic Woman's BE[LA]{MJNE PLAYS Fck.tein. S. J., newly, appointed " Club To Meet at MARQUETTE H! IN rector of Bellarmine, will be the A Celebration of the Divine Liturgy accosding to the B.antine- Romanian Rite by the only priest in the United States administering that Rite was offered in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on the campus of Catholic University of America. during the annual observance of the Church Unity Octave there. Pictured on that occasion is the Rev. George Babutiu, of St. Helena's paxlsl% Cleveland, who is shown at the Preparation for the Divine Liturgy, Rerd-NC PhotoL EVERETT NEWS By Kathryn Dohegon Phone Red 464 Charles E. Costello, Everett Merchant, Called By Death State Officers To Visit Everett EVERETT.'Charles E Cos- tello, a veteran of World War I and former Everett safety com- missioner, died at .an Everett hos- ' pital Saturday morning following an extended illness Mr. Costello was born in Ev- erett February 9, 1896, and re- K. C. on Monday The Very Rev. Joseph P. Dough- arty, Chancellor of the Diocese and tate chaplain of the Knights of Columbus and George HoIfner, K. C. state deputy will visit Eve- rett Council at its meeting on Feb. 24. They will lave stimulat- ing messages for the Knights. t sided here throughout the greater I , portion of his life. He served I. ; - I overseas in World War I with the l,00b.mn Rem,iem 63rd Coast Artillery. Following his ----.-- "" "J[ return to civilian life he asSo-I Mo, No,=A !,, elated with his brothers in Costal- J avAo vaa,a va lo's men's wear firm here. In 1931 I II r Itr* /1i he was elected to the office or j lY|r$, van winKle safety - commissioner where he J served from January ]932 to Jan-[ MARYSVILL--Solemn requiem were discussed in 'connection with uary ]936. the coming Grand Institute Con- Funeral services were held Mass was offered in St. Mary Church Wednesday, February 12, vention to be held in Seattle this summer. Mrs. Harry LaBerge reported that the study club was .well or- Monday in Immaculate Conception church, the Rev. William G. Fitz- gerald officiating Rosary was said in the church Sunday evening. i istarted during the year. ganized and a meeting would be Surviving Mr. Costello are three leld March 10. Mrs. Frances Des brothers, -Will of Cle Elum, Jack ]Ylarais announced that the wel-of 902 Hoyt Avenue, and Tom ' fare sewing club would meet Feb. ' Costello, with whom he made his 20 at her home. Members will home" in the Mayfair Court; three work toward completing a quilt sisters, Mrs. Harry Lunney of Cal- I gary, Alberta, Canada, 1Vrs. L. L. for Mrs. Frances Lillian VanWin- kle, aged 48, who died at an Ev- erett hospital. The Rev. Father Foley, pastor, was celebrant of the _Mass; the Ray. Father Long of Sedro Woolley was deacon, and the key. Father Shaughnessy of Monroe sub-deacon. Burial was in the Arlington Cemetery. Surviving relatives are *wo speaker at the Knights of Colum- bus here Sunday evening. The event which will close" initiation day for Tacoma Council, K. of C. is scheduled 7:30 p. m. at The Towers. The newly initiated Knights will be honored guests. he event is open to Knights antl their ladies. Don Lynch will be toas.tmaster and Ed Eastman is in charge of arrangements. ,, The degree work, to be exempli- fied in K.C. hall, 6th and Steele, will begin at I p. m. and the major degree will be under the direction of district deputy, Ar- thur P. Boyle. It's a long time until summer comes but Tacoma Council's picnic committee, already named, is in- viting suggestions as to place and type of picnic. The committee in- cludes Emil Burcaifl chairmn; George Boscovich, Eric James, i Robert Brown and Dean Barline. r ! l Sunbonnet Girl Is Big Success: Four Performances Score TACOMA -- "Sunbonnet Girl," delightful operetta sponsored by dramatic and music groups of St. Leo and Bellarmine High Schools, scored a big success and four in- stead of the originally scheduled three performances were given to accommodate the crowds. Follow- ing the additional performance of Monday evening, Feb. 17, the en- tire cast was taken to the New Yorker for a banluet. Helen Carlson Bride Of Edward P. Boukol TACOMAHoly Rosary Church was the scene recently of the wedding of Miss Helen Yvonne Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S Carlson, and Edward i P. Boukal, son of Mrs. Mary Bou- kal. The Rev. Anthony Hack, O.S.B. officiated. The bride, who walked to the altar with her father, was lovely m a gown of ivory slipper satin, 'made with fitted bodice, the full AT ST, PATRICK, McNerthney Home TACOMA TONIGHT TACOMA--The Catholic Wom- TACOMA -- T h e Marqhette an's Club will meet Wednesday, High basketball squad arrived to- Feb. 26, at the home of Mrs. Law-Jday from Yakima and will meet , fence T. McNerthney, 3215 North tBellarmin e High in the Bellarmine i Alder, for a 1 o'clock dessert gym at 7:30 this (Friday) eve- luncheon. There will be a short ning. business meeting at" which Mrs. Both teams are at peak, speedy Leslie Furlong will preside and a and aggressive, and fans will have program, which has been arranged their fill. After the game there ty Mrs. Harry Harrigan. Mrs. will be a smoker, also in the gym. Theodore B. Gaffney and Mrs. An all school assembly was held John O'Connor, co-chairman for Tuesday in the Bellarmine gym- the club's spring card party and nasium with talks on religious : fashion show will report plans, subjects and presentation of the i The program will be a review Living Ro.ary, the event a prepar- of "Eamon deValera" (M. Mac- atton for the Lenten season. Manus) by Mrs. James H. Egan. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames J. Stanley Mullane, Joseph Man-ST LEO AND HOLY lay, Arthur P. O'Leary, August Z Van Boecklin', Jr, J: B. MeNerth- CROSS TEAMS UPSET Iney, Carl N. Kiltgaard and R. T. i Davis, Jr. LEAGUE MEMBERS I Y.L.I. To Meet On 00odefeated Visitation ,,,as de- Mond Study C! b I fasted by St. Leo's five and St. ay. u Patrick's boys, who were tied for -- "'Vo';'k* second place, were beaten by Holy' unvees Cross. These upsets resulted in last Saturday's games at Eellar- ' I mine: St. Leo, 20 vs. Visitation, 13; TACOMA.--The Y.LI. will meet Holy Cross 17 and St Patrick 15. at 8 p. m. in the Woman's Club-I Monday's game St. Leo 24 vs. t house with Migs Irene Ribax pre- Holy Rosary 12. siding. The Study Club will meet Sum,mary: this (Friday) evening at th-e home ST. LEO (26) (13) VISITATION Vintermute (6) ...F ..... George Hendersou (2) ..... F ...... Bob S(-hiesz f Mrs. Arthur Gaudette, 3013 ] Bozart, J ............. C ...... Huber OBLATE :MISSIONARY I North 9th. i Watson (2) ......... G ..... () Ferderer TACOMA.--The Rev. H. B. Con- i Visiting committee for the ' Michaelson (10) ..G (2) Hanit.er _ .  _ . I Subs" St Leo" L Bozart Fiaika rag O.M.I., widely known Oblate i .month includes Mesaames Russellj Knabel'; Visitation: Lake Bcnc]er Run-' mi.q.qionarv will conduct a missoz i Johnson, L. J. Reda, James Pens- aid Schiesz (4). " " ' e h " Official" Joe RadRe in St. Patrick Church, North 12th I w,rt , Wflham Kelly, Misses Anne I HOLY CiOSS 1) (1) ST. PA'rRlCK and J Sts from S today Febru- Klarich, Lorraine McLaughltn and Christenson (4). t." (2) 'l'homp:Ol .... ' " ' l Mar-" eubert I Milloy {2) . . I-' (4) Richer ary 23, to SundLy, biareh 2, in- Y Kershel (9) . C Harisoh ,.._-_._ Kavanaugh C,_ (4) Love , elusive. 1 . Taylor (2) . (3 (5) 3h'Alilster Father Conrad will speak at the [ - r . -- i substitutes: Holy Cross: t)oughertv; hemen uevouons st. Patrick: Jurich Troupe. " " Masses, Sunday, at 6:30, 7:30, Official: Joe Radke. 8:45, 10 and 11 a m., opening the J A. O, | 19 I Change in S('hedtde mission and outlining the puze '[ [. z0sepn S The games which had to be [ - postponed because the Bellarmine elses.f the program of spiritual exer-  ...... --.-- _ . . ]gym was occupied during the ruMA--.enven oevol:ions ln lPre s  n-e n ..... Mission sermons will be preach-f -- ...... s to I re ce win De mace up St Joseph wnurcn are nero eacn'ast f llo ed at evening devotions, which " o ws: : J day, March I ..t. Leo vs St. Wednesday an d Friday at 7 30 satur will begin at 7:45, and there will I O. m. with Rosary, instruction and l Patrick 10:00 at Bellarmine. be short instructions after that .... --,- .......... ,... '---I S iurday, March 1, Holy Cross vs. , Deneulutlon on weuneuuay vvty , i Sacred Heart, ll:O0 at Be'Uarmine. daily Ma.ses at 6:30 and 8:10 l of the Cross and benediction on i Monday, March 3, Holy Cross vs. IIoly Rosary 3 4 at Bo3s (lul) a.m. Friday. Daily Mass is at 8:30.[ __, 3:45 _.oy. ? . The ch!ldren's mission will be The Rev Jose!h Hayostek i. pas- - ...... given at 2:30 p m. on Tuesday, tar of St. Joseph. !t. Ann (ulJd To At Home-School , I The Donnelly Hotel ballroom Goodnow of Aberdeen and Mrs. L., A i ti M eti Was the scene of dancing Friday, SSOC a on e Feb. 14 at 9:30. YL.I. members] MOXEE.--The Rev. Joseph Pucci, O. M. I., addressed the monthly meeting of the ,Home- School Aociatinn, in Holy Ro- sary hall here. yesterday after- noon. His subject was, "The Cath- olic Mother," The food sale held Saturday was reported a great success. Lenten Devotions sons, Archie T. Van Winkle of W. Spence of 2129 Rucker Avenue. Everett and Robert A, Van Win- A past exalted ruler of Elks kle of Ketchikan, Al,aska; one and their guests-attende'd. Miss Lodge, Mr. Costello was ,also a! daughter' Mary Ellen Van Winkle ! Lorraine Bardes was dance corn-past president of the 63rd and J f Tacoma; one sister, Mrs. Ray mittee chairman. Assisting her 65th CAC Association, a member Osborne of Route Three, Arling- ton, and two brothers, George T. were the MAsses Rosaline Worsley, of the Knights of Columbus, Earl Fitzgerald of Ketchikan, and Wil- Edith Salatine, Mary Davidson, Faulkner Post of the American 1;am Bernadine Moreau, Helen Cockrill Legion, and Old Guard Post of]" H.Fitzgerald of Darrington. and Mrs. Alex Deccio. the Veterans of Foreign W.ars. WENATCHEE NEWS By May Smith, Phone 1292-W In Moxee Church[C" D. A. Dinner MOXEE.--Lenten Services will 1 be held in Holy Rosary Church Honors Co00's on Sunday evening at 7:30 and o. __- Wednesday and Friday at 7:45 p.[ 18th Annwersary m. [ ,Moxee Team Takes 2 Out of 5 WENATCHEE, Feb. 18.---Cath- MOXEE.--The parish s c h o o 1 olie Iaughters honored the birth- basketball team, composed of boys day anniversary of their local in grades 6 to 8, have won 2 out of 5 games they have played in I-Ioly Rosary hall gym. Harvey Brulotte is their coach YAKIMA Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACIR ,t Phone 4013 508 .No. 6th St. Yakinm AUTO - FIRE - FARM And All Types INSURANCE MULTZ AGENCI r Insurance Advisors Phone 6362 106 South Second YAKIMA BENOIT'S Sea Foods GND CENTRAL .MARKET ]6 .N-OaTH FOURTH STREET Phone 9551 Yakima If It's Fish We Have It ]:,angevin-Meyer Ambulance Service Larry Langevin Paul Meyer 108 N. 2nd Telephone 3141 court at a beautifully-appointed dinner on last Wednesday evening. Participating and witnessing a beautiful commemoration cere- monial were 75 members of the court. On the head table were 28 candles, representing the past and present grand regent. As Mrs. Marie Monroe n.azed the past grand regents, Mrs. Lucy Virnig lit a candle for those who were not present. Those present lit their own as their name was called. at the dinner. Headed by Mrs. Earl Curry, they were entertained by the losing tam, which was cap- rained by Miss Josephine Roels. The Study Club will meet on Thursday evening, Feb. 27, in the parish hall. Chairman of the pro- gram is Rhea Schroeder assisted by Margaret Erickson. K. C. Entertain At Pre-Lenten Party WENATCHEE. -- A large at- tendance enjoyed the card party and games held by the Knights Y.L.I. Initiate New Members EVERETT. -- The Young La- dies Institute met at the home of Mrs. Frank Payette, Wednesday evening, Feb. 12. Three new mem- bers were initiated during the meeting: Miss Peggy Spadafore, Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney and Mrs. Irene McKechum. Following the impressive cere- mony refreshments were served in a gaily decorated room carrying of Columbus at the Labor Temple out the Valentine motif. Friday on evening. John DuffY i The next business meeting will was general chairman. be held at the home of Miss Char- The council will meet at par- on Wednesday, March 5. 8 p. lotte Backus, 1608 Hoyt Avenue, m. Monday, Feb. 24 in the ish hall. St. Ann Study Club Junior C. D. A. To Receive Sunday WENATCHEE.--The J u n i o r Holds Interesting Meet EVERETT. -- St. Ann's Study Club, sponsored by the D. C. C. W. met Wednesday evening, Feb. 12, at the home of Mrs. George Web- Mrs. Frank Mechtel spoke on lcatholi c Daughters will receive bar. the history of the court and re-iHoly Communion in a bod, at the Mrs Mary Meacham, president called the very first initiation' ,  " ,, ' ......... ' J 8 o clock Mass on Sunda, Feb. gave a talk on Feast Days of the  ne close ot ner alk, Mrs  , Sam ' 23 , " is.' Mrs John Mitchke read Marie Monroe presented Mrs. Fort members were resent t Ia lecture from Rt. Ray. Fulton J. Meehtel with- a lovely corsage in J Y p a ] Sheen'= h,z, .... ro, 1 , the Junior's meeting held in the . ............... .-v ...... - behalf of the court. J narish hall Tu- ...... . . .+, ] faring," and Mrs. J. E. Killien re- The winning team in the recent Iiss Ann 'Brenn ---'''''; .... t viewed a chapter from "A Catholic er premuen pre- ,, . membershi contest were uests ........... ]Looks at the World, by Franem P o SlOlng. 2any articles were re- 'E. MeMahon. calved for the coming carnival. Following the program refresh- Lenten Services at St. Joseph Church WENATcHEE.--During Lent the evening services .in St. Joseph Church will begin ,at 7:30 every Friday and Wednesday. Mass will be at 7 o'clock every morning. Bundle ,Day SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23 ST. PETER CHURCH, WAPATO Brvg a bundle of used clothing, old felt hats (mem's or women's) and rags, to help the St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau's work for the needy. All proceeds go towards a summer camp for the members. IIAVE VALENTINE PARTY The "Little Flower" troop of the junior Catholic Daughters en- joyed a Valentine party, Monday evening, in .the parish hall Games were played, with Rita I Peiples and Kathryn Kendall win- ning high honors. Refreshments were served to 24 members. Miss ments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs..Matt. Monahan. C.D.A. Study Club To Meet Monda, EVERETT The CDA Study Club will meet on Monday even- ing, February 24, at the home of Mrs. Robt. Le Blanc, 1528 Racker Ann Brenner and Miss Jaekie ] Avenue. Assisting hostesses are Short are the junior counselors Mrs. May Backus, Mrs. Marguer- and Mrs. Harold SchrOeder the I ite Machin, Mrs. Frank Van Meig- mother advisor for the month of[ ham and Mrs. Walter Springer. February l Win Honors For Wenatchee School WENATCHEEL--Miss Noreen Doneen, past president of the jun- ior Catholic Daughters, and Verna Harle a member of St. Joseph parish were the two representa- tives sent from Wenatchee High School to the College of Puget Sound at#racoma, for the debate contest They won second place. The topic was "Federal Medicine." ELLENSBURG IN ELLENSBUR IT'S- "Do" and 'Mose" WIPPEL'S FOOD MART QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH & CURED MEATS skirt extending to a train. Her veil, court ldngth, was held to the hair with a coronet of lace, and she carried white hyacinths and butterfly orchids. The ,maid of honor, Miss Betty Lou. Uhlman, wore horizon blue marquisette, with a rose hat and carried a colonial bouquet. The maids, Misses Frances and Kaye Heck, cousins of the bride, were in pink embroidered marquisette,- with aqua feathered hats and car- ried colonial bouquets. Shirley Jean Bisson, in white organdy, was flower girl and Tommy East- man carried the ring. Frank Bou- kal was best man for his brother. A breakfast and reception at the New Yorker followed the cere- mony and the wedding trip was to San Francisco by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Boukal axe now at home at the Florence Apartments. Mrs. Reuter New Leader of Holy Rosary Society TACOMA. -- Mrs. J. J. Reuter was installed president of the Blessed Virgin Mary Altar Society of Holy Rosary parish at a meet- ing held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Thaden. Other offi- cers are Mrs. R. A. Pullar, v. p., Mrs. R. A. Thaden, sec'y, Mrs. Joseph Danzl, treas., Mrs. R. G. Chisholm, marshall, Mrs. Harvey Penno, publicity chairman. Mrs. E. E. Devereaux is junior past presi- dent. Audit of books was by Mrs. Pulla and Mrs. A. O. Rochefort. Tea and a social hour concluded the afternoon. Mrs. Webber Hostess .To W.C.O.F. EVERETT. -- Members of the Women's Catholic Order of For- esters met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. George Webber. Mrs. Matt Monahan presided at the business session in the ab- sence of Mrs. H. A. Witscher, high ranger It was announced that of- ricers would be elected at the next meeting. Wednesday and Thursday and will be for the young folk of private and public schools. Sermon Subjects Father Conrad has annoupced his evening sermon subjects as follows: Sunday, Feb. 23, "Not By Bread Alone"; Monday, Feb. 24, "Fifth Columns"; Tuesday, Feb. 25, "Compassion" ; Wednesday, Feb. 26, "The Great Sacrament"; Thursday, Feb. 27, "Delinquency"; Friday, Feb 28, "The Greatest. of These"; Saturday, March 1, "His Mother"; Sunday morning, March 2, "I Say Unto You"; Sunday evening, March 3, "Promulgation of the Law." The closing of the mission on Sunday evening, March 3, will in- clude the impressive ceremonies always associated with missions conducted by Oblate Fathers, the promulgation of the command- merits by the missionary, the re- newal o Baptismal Vows by the congregation with lighted candles held aloft, the papal blessing and I solemn benediction of the Blessed I Saerament __ Davies-Boyle Rites - 1 At the Holy Rosa/ TACOMA -- At nuptial Mass solemnized on Feb. 8 in Holy Ro- sary Church by the Rev. Anthony Hack, O.S.B., Miss Dorothy Dav- ies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davies, became the bride of Vincent Alan Boyle, son of Mrs. Vincent Boyle of Seattle and Mrs. Signe Christiansen of Salt Lake City. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin, designed with fitted bodice "and bouffant skirt. Her illusion veil ca.eaded from a coronet and she carried white orchids and "chrysanthemums. Five sisters of the bride were her attendants, Miss Patricia Dayies, maid of honor, in blue nylon marquisette, the brid- maids, the Misses Marian and Le- lia in aqua, Madeline and Gerrie in pink, all with bouquets of baby iris and carnatiofls. George Van Goethem of Portland was best man for the groom. Breakfast was at the home of the Misses Martin, the bride's aunts, at 7 West Roa] and a re- ception was fit the .Davies home, 3846 South Tacoma Ave. Communion Mass 23' On their return from a trip to Scheduled Feb. , Canada, the young eoupte estab- lished their new home in Seattle. EVERETT.--All members of' -- ................. the Junior Catholic Daughters Engagement Noted f Meet at St. Leo Lenten Devotions Friday To Elect Officers ' At Sts. Peter and Paul  TACOMA -- Members of St. Ann's quild will- m:et Friday, TACOMA -- Way of the Cross Feb. 28, at St. Leo Hall for a 12 and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is announced for each Friday evening of Lent in Sis. Peter and Paul Church. The devo- tions will begin at 7:45 p. m. Children of the parish will re- ceive at the 8:30 Mass Sunday. The Kuppel Club will meet at 8:30 p. m., Saturday in parish hall. Barbara Gagne Bride of Stanley Stemp TACOMA--Lovely in every de- tail was the wedding in St. Ann Church, recently, of Miss Barbara June Gagne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gague, and Stanley Anthony Stemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stemp of Puyallup. The Rev. J. F. Milner officiated. Entering the church with her father, the bride was cbarming in a gown of white lace and net, made with fitted bodice and skirt falling to a long train. -er fingertip length veil cascaded from a halo of net and seed pearls and her flowers were white roses and step- hanotis. Organdy over satin in soft pas- tels of pink, blue and yellow fash- ioned the attendants' gowns, Miss Valerie Bana-.zak, a cousin of the bride, maid of honor, Miss Leona Stemp, the groom's sister, Miss i Lorraine' Drange, bridesmaids, Julianne Gagne, the bride's sister, and Mary Ann ,Powloski, junior bridesmaids. Carol, Paterson, in orchid chiffon, was flower girl and Julian Brecht, in a tiny tuxedo, was the diminutive ring bearer. Edwin Stemp was best man for his cousin. breakfast followed the nuptial Mass and an evening reception was held in Polish Hall. The couple then left for a motor trip to Oregon. The new home will be in Tacoma The groom is re- cently home after three years' ,ervice in the Navy. Betrothal Announcecl ! noon business session, at which election of officers will take place. Mrs. Louis Schuler will pre- side. Luncheon will be at 12:30 and women of St. :Leo parish, undex di- rection of Mrs,. Anion Schwartz will be hostesses. A social hour will close the meeting Funeral Services For Bruno Gost at Sts. Peter and Paul TACOMA -- Requiem Mass was sung in Sis. Peter nd Paul Church Tuesday for Brun Gosk, aged 71 years old, who died Sat- urday as a result of injuries re- ceived in a traffic accident. In- terment was in Calvary. A native of Poland, Mr. Gosk had lived in Tacoma 27 years. His loss is mourned by five sonz,, John. Alexander, Frank, Dominic and Edward, all of Olymp:a; two daughters, Mrs. A. L. Schwabel pf Tacoma and Mrs. Ann C]uff of Seattle, and by 8 grandchildren. Marszewski Funeral From The Visitation TACOMA. -- Requiem Mass was offered on Thursday :n Visitation Church for the funeral of Mrs. Stephen Marszewski, aged 60, who died Sunday after a heart attack Burial was in Calvary Mrs. Marszewski was born in Poland and came to Tacoma 38 years, ago. Her loss is mourned by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Heleri Doane, Mrs. Wanda Neumann an'd Miss Marceila Marszewski, all of Tacoma; a sis- ter, Mrs. Anna Regal, Tacoma, brother, Joseph Dutkiewicz. and seven grandchildren. Siena Club To Meet TACOMA--Siena Club will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 27, at the hom_ of Mrs. August Von Boeek- are requested to receive Commun- TACOMA -= Announcement has t the Smith home and assisting Mrs. ion in a group on Sunday, Feb. been made by Mr. and Mrs. Rus-lSmith were her other daughters, 23, at the 9:30 Mass in Our Lady sell Kasse]man of the engagement ] Miss Patricia Ann Smith, Miss Jac- of Perpetual Help church. A spa- f their daughter, Dorothy, to Rob- quel!ne Smith and Mrs. Maurice cial Mass commemorating the 21st art K. Rogers of Santa .Monica, Burke Hickey (Geraldine Smith) Junior C.D.A. anniversary will be Calif The wedding will be an[whose wedding was a January celebrated by the Ray. Father levant of April 12. She is a grad-I event. Also assisting was Miss Moore, chaplain. The Mass and uate of Aquinas Academy, he of ,.Iary Ella Hickey, sister-in-law Communion are to be offered bY lU.C.L.A, with service in this ,f Mrs. Hickey. each Junior for our Holy Father's country and abroad as a lieuten- The Smith-Shea wedding will intention, l ant in the Army Engineer Corps. take place in May. TACOMA -- The Ladics Sodal- ity will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 Mass in St. Leo Church, Sunday. CZANAM CIRCLE MEETS TACOMA vr,. Mark Dolliver, 912 Worth Kay, @as hostess to n/embers of Ozanam Circle 41, which met Thursday for a .ocial hour. TACOMA.--Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam H. Smith this week announced the betrothal of their daughter, Nad':ne Marie, to David William ,Chea, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. I Shea. News of the engagement l was made known at a party at lin, Jr., 3018 North 26th. Mrs. Joseph Manley will re'view, "Hope of the Harvest,' tle story of the Sisters of the Holy Names of 3e-.us and Mary Supper will close the evening. SODALITY TO RFX:EIVE AT ST. LEO Page Two i CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, February 21, 1947 YAKIMA NEWS BY PATRICIA BANKS Catholic Press Month Program At Academy Today St. Martha Guild Plans Party For St. Patrick Day YAKLMA.--A special assembly to commemorate Catholic Press Month and George Washington's birthday anniversary will be held this Friday, at St. Joseph Aca- demy. Topical tableaus and orig- inal playlets written by the Fresh- man English Class,, will be pre- sented at the assembly. Thirty-one seniors will enjoy a holiday in SeattIe when they leave Yakima on February 26 with Mrs. Leonard Cockrill and Mrs. Edward Berghoff accompanying them. apron sale which will be held very VChile in Seattle the girls will'[ soon. attend the religous profession cer- emonies at Mt. Saint Vincent and Y. L. 1. Initiate will also take in the sights of Seattle. Four of the girls will stay over the weekend to make a closed re- treat at ?Jr. St. Vincent. - D. A. Study Club To Meet Saturday YAKIMA. -- The C.D.A. Study Club will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday Feb. 25, in St. Joseph hall. Dr. C. G. Cham.poux will be the guest speaker and his subject will be "Socialized Medicine." Hostess- es will be Mrs. John Glesener and Mrs. C. R. Hauser. Hostesses for tbe last business meeting held at St. Joseph Hall were Miss Alma Long and Mrs. H.- A." Mansfield. Ms. C. O. Villaume will replace Mrs. Steve Moreland as monitor. " :Mrs: Gerald Gervais reported on the-Polio Benefit party. ,[_rs. Harold Himmetsbach, Dis- tzct Deputy for Waila Walla, and Mrs. Steve Moreland, made a trip tO the court of St. Cecelia for the initiation of new members. Forty members attended the Day of Recollection conducted by Father Thonaas Pitsch at St. Jo- seph Academy on Sunday, Feb. 16. Mrs. Wilbert Fortier furnished the music and.Mrs. Louis Benoit led the singing. YAKLIA.--St. Martha Guild of St. Paul PaiTsh announces ,a card party for St. Patricl's Day.  The school luncheon "held Feb- ruary 28 at St. Paul hall was a great success. Chairman was Mrs. E. J. Chandler and Mrs. Adam Sagmiller was co-chairman. Members of the guild are re- quested to turn all aprons in at the rectory of St. Paul at their very earliest convenience for the Class of Eleven Fr. Pucci Speaks YAKIMA, Feb. 18.--E l e v e n new members were initiated at impressive candle-light ceremon- ies when the Young Ladies Insti- tute met on Tuesday last at the woman's Century Club Those in- itiated were the "Misses Alice Marie Dorn, Jo Anne Dubuque, Paula Engman, Irene Huff art, Alice McArthur, Blanche Moreau, Irene Mitzlaff, and the Mesdames Allen Garceau, John Wingenbach, Charles Kranz and B. T. Loftus. Father Theodore Sullivan, In- stitute chaplain, welcomed the new members. Miss Mabel Barlow, Institute Deputy of Seattle was a special guest. Miss Barlow commended the Yakima group on the im.pres- siva initiation and business meet- ing. During the business meeting, Mrs. Joseph Gastelu reported on her recent trips to Seattle and Tacoma where tentative plans ONLY PRIEST OF ROMANIAN RITE IF00hECKSTEIN'S'J'" TO BE0000AKJ:00 AT if" Tacma sNews Sectin Ethel Honnan Egan, Tacoma Correspondent. Phone PRoctor 1133 I'l TACoMAK' OF__ TheG' VeryBANQUETIiRITO,' Rev. Leo Catholic Woman's BE[LA]{MJNE PLAYS Fck.tein. S. J., newly, appointed " Club To Meet at MARQUETTE H! IN rector of Bellarmine, will be the A Celebration of the Divine Liturgy accosding to the B.antine- Romanian Rite by the only priest in the United States administering that Rite was offered in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on the campus of Catholic University of America. during the annual observance of the Church Unity Octave there. Pictured on that occasion is the Rev. George Babutiu, of St. Helena's paxlsl% Cleveland, who is shown at the Preparation for the Divine Liturgy, Rerd-NC PhotoL EVERETT NEWS By Kathryn Dohegon Phone Red 464 Charles E. Costello, Everett Merchant, Called By Death State Officers To Visit Everett EVERETT.'Charles E Cos- tello, a veteran of World War I and former Everett safety com- missioner, died at .an Everett hos- ' pital Saturday morning following an extended illness Mr. Costello was born in Ev- erett February 9, 1896, and re- K. C. on Monday The Very Rev. Joseph P. Dough- arty, Chancellor of the Diocese and tate chaplain of the Knights of Columbus and George HoIfner, K. C. state deputy will visit Eve- rett Council at its meeting on Feb. 24. They will lave stimulat- ing messages for the Knights. t sided here throughout the greater I , portion of his life. He served I. ; - I overseas in World War I with the l,00b.mn Rem,iem 63rd Coast Artillery. Following his ----.-- "" "J[ return to civilian life he asSo-I Mo, No,=A !,, elated with his brothers in Costal- J avAo vaa,a va lo's men's wear firm here. In 1931 I II r Itr* /1i he was elected to the office or j lY|r$, van winKle safety - commissioner where he J served from January ]932 to Jan-[ MARYSVILL--Solemn requiem were discussed in 'connection with uary ]936. the coming Grand Institute Con- Funeral services were held Mass was offered in St. Mary Church Wednesday, February 12, vention to be held in Seattle this summer. Mrs. Harry LaBerge reported that the study club was .well or- Monday in Immaculate Conception church, the Rev. William G. Fitz- gerald officiating Rosary was said in the church Sunday evening. i istarted during the year. ganized and a meeting would be Surviving Mr. Costello are three leld March 10. Mrs. Frances Des brothers, -Will of Cle Elum, Jack ]Ylarais announced that the wel-of 902 Hoyt Avenue, and Tom ' fare sewing club would meet Feb. ' Costello, with whom he made his 20 at her home. Members will home" in the Mayfair Court; three work toward completing a quilt sisters, Mrs. Harry Lunney of Cal- I gary, Alberta, Canada, 1Vrs. L. L. for Mrs. Frances Lillian VanWin- kle, aged 48, who died at an Ev- erett hospital. The Rev. Father Foley, pastor, was celebrant of the _Mass; the Ray. Father Long of Sedro Woolley was deacon, and the key. Father Shaughnessy of Monroe sub-deacon. Burial was in the Arlington Cemetery. Surviving relatives are *wo speaker at the Knights of Colum- bus here Sunday evening. The event which will close" initiation day for Tacoma Council, K. of C. is scheduled 7:30 p. m. at The Towers. The newly initiated Knights will be honored guests. he event is open to Knights antl their ladies. Don Lynch will be toas.tmaster and Ed Eastman is in charge of arrangements. ,, The degree work, to be exempli- fied in K.C. hall, 6th and Steele, will begin at I p. m. and the major degree will be under the direction of district deputy, Ar- thur P. Boyle. It's a long time until summer comes but Tacoma Council's picnic committee, already named, is in- viting suggestions as to place and type of picnic. The committee in- cludes Emil Burcaifl chairmn; George Boscovich, Eric James, i Robert Brown and Dean Barline. r ! l Sunbonnet Girl Is Big Success: Four Performances Score TACOMA -- "Sunbonnet Girl," delightful operetta sponsored by dramatic and music groups of St. Leo and Bellarmine High Schools, scored a big success and four in- stead of the originally scheduled three performances were given to accommodate the crowds. Follow- ing the additional performance of Monday evening, Feb. 17, the en- tire cast was taken to the New Yorker for a banluet. Helen Carlson Bride Of Edward P. Boukol TACOMAHoly Rosary Church was the scene recently of the wedding of Miss Helen Yvonne Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S Carlson, and Edward i P. Boukal, son of Mrs. Mary Bou- kal. The Rev. Anthony Hack, O.S.B. officiated. The bride, who walked to the altar with her father, was lovely m a gown of ivory slipper satin, 'made with fitted bodice, the full AT ST, PATRICK, McNerthney Home TACOMA TONIGHT TACOMA--The Catholic Wom- TACOMA -- T h e Marqhette an's Club will meet Wednesday, High basketball squad arrived to- Feb. 26, at the home of Mrs. Law-Jday from Yakima and will meet , fence T. McNerthney, 3215 North tBellarmin e High in the Bellarmine i Alder, for a 1 o'clock dessert gym at 7:30 this (Friday) eve- luncheon. There will be a short ning. business meeting at" which Mrs. Both teams are at peak, speedy Leslie Furlong will preside and a and aggressive, and fans will have program, which has been arranged their fill. After the game there ty Mrs. Harry Harrigan. Mrs. will be a smoker, also in the gym. Theodore B. Gaffney and Mrs. An all school assembly was held John O'Connor, co-chairman for Tuesday in the Bellarmine gym- the club's spring card party and nasium with talks on religious : fashion show will report plans, subjects and presentation of the i The program will be a review Living Ro.ary, the event a prepar- of "Eamon deValera" (M. Mac- atton for the Lenten season. Manus) by Mrs. James H. Egan. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames J. Stanley Mullane, Joseph Man-ST LEO AND HOLY lay, Arthur P. O'Leary, August Z Van Boecklin', Jr, J: B. MeNerth- CROSS TEAMS UPSET Iney, Carl N. Kiltgaard and R. T. i Davis, Jr. LEAGUE MEMBERS I Y.L.I. To Meet On 00odefeated Visitation ,,,as de- Mond Study C! b I fasted by St. Leo's five and St. ay. u Patrick's boys, who were tied for -- "'Vo';'k* second place, were beaten by Holy' unvees Cross. These upsets resulted in last Saturday's games at Eellar- ' I mine: St. Leo, 20 vs. Visitation, 13; TACOMA.--The Y.LI. will meet Holy Cross 17 and St Patrick 15. at 8 p. m. in the Woman's Club-I Monday's game St. Leo 24 vs. t house with Migs Irene Ribax pre- Holy Rosary 12. siding. The Study Club will meet Sum,mary: this (Friday) evening at th-e home ST. LEO (26) (13) VISITATION Vintermute (6) ...F ..... George Hendersou (2) ..... F ...... Bob S(-hiesz f Mrs. Arthur Gaudette, 3013 ] Bozart, J ............. C ...... Huber OBLATE :MISSIONARY I North 9th. i Watson (2) ......... G ..... () Ferderer TACOMA.--The Rev. H. B. Con- i Visiting committee for the ' Michaelson (10) ..G (2) Hanit.er _ .  _ . I Subs" St Leo" L Bozart Fiaika rag O.M.I., widely known Oblate i .month includes Mesaames Russellj Knabel'; Visitation: Lake Bcnc]er Run-' mi.q.qionarv will conduct a missoz i Johnson, L. J. Reda, James Pens- aid Schiesz (4). " " ' e h " Official" Joe RadRe in St. Patrick Church, North 12th I w,rt , Wflham Kelly, Misses Anne I HOLY CiOSS 1) (1) ST. PA'rRlCK and J Sts from S today Febru- Klarich, Lorraine McLaughltn and Christenson (4). t." (2) 'l'homp:Ol .... ' " ' l Mar-" eubert I Milloy {2) . . I-' (4) Richer ary 23, to SundLy, biareh 2, in- Y Kershel (9) . C Harisoh ,.._-_._ Kavanaugh C,_ (4) Love , elusive. 1 . Taylor (2) . (3 (5) 3h'Alilster Father Conrad will speak at the [ - r . -- i substitutes: Holy Cross: t)oughertv; hemen uevouons st. Patrick: Jurich Troupe. " " Masses, Sunday, at 6:30, 7:30, Official: Joe Radke. 8:45, 10 and 11 a m., opening the J A. O, | 19 I Change in S('hedtde mission and outlining the puze '[ [. z0sepn S The games which had to be [ - postponed because the Bellarmine elses.f the program of spiritual exer-  ...... --.-- _ . . ]gym was occupied during the ruMA--.enven oevol:ions ln lPre s  n-e n ..... Mission sermons will be preach-f -- ...... s to I re ce win De mace up St Joseph wnurcn are nero eacn'ast f llo ed at evening devotions, which " o ws: : J day, March I ..t. Leo vs St. Wednesday an d Friday at 7 30 satur will begin at 7:45, and there will I O. m. with Rosary, instruction and l Patrick 10:00 at Bellarmine. be short instructions after that .... --,- .......... ,... '---I S iurday, March 1, Holy Cross vs. , Deneulutlon on weuneuuay vvty , i Sacred Heart, ll:O0 at Be'Uarmine. daily Ma.ses at 6:30 and 8:10 l of the Cross and benediction on i Monday, March 3, Holy Cross vs. IIoly Rosary 3 4 at Bo3s (lul) a.m. Friday. Daily Mass is at 8:30.[ __, 3:45 _.oy. ? . The ch!ldren's mission will be The Rev Jose!h Hayostek i. pas- - ...... given at 2:30 p m. on Tuesday, tar of St. Joseph. !t. Ann (ulJd To At Home-School , I The Donnelly Hotel ballroom Goodnow of Aberdeen and Mrs. L., A i ti M eti Was the scene of dancing Friday, SSOC a on e Feb. 14 at 9:30. YL.I. members] MOXEE.--The Rev. Joseph Pucci, O. M. I., addressed the monthly meeting of the ,Home- School Aociatinn, in Holy Ro- sary hall here. yesterday after- noon. His subject was, "The Cath- olic Mother," The food sale held Saturday was reported a great success. Lenten Devotions sons, Archie T. Van Winkle of W. Spence of 2129 Rucker Avenue. Everett and Robert A, Van Win- A past exalted ruler of Elks kle of Ketchikan, Al,aska; one and their guests-attende'd. Miss Lodge, Mr. Costello was ,also a! daughter' Mary Ellen Van Winkle ! Lorraine Bardes was dance corn-past president of the 63rd and J f Tacoma; one sister, Mrs. Ray mittee chairman. Assisting her 65th CAC Association, a member Osborne of Route Three, Arling- ton, and two brothers, George T. were the MAsses Rosaline Worsley, of the Knights of Columbus, Earl Fitzgerald of Ketchikan, and Wil- Edith Salatine, Mary Davidson, Faulkner Post of the American 1;am Bernadine Moreau, Helen Cockrill Legion, and Old Guard Post of]" H.Fitzgerald of Darrington. and Mrs. Alex Deccio. the Veterans of Foreign W.ars. WENATCHEE NEWS By May Smith, Phone 1292-W In Moxee Church[C" D. A. Dinner MOXEE.--Lenten Services will 1 be held in Holy Rosary Church Honors Co00's on Sunday evening at 7:30 and o. __- Wednesday and Friday at 7:45 p.[ 18th Annwersary m. [ ,Moxee Team Takes 2 Out of 5 WENATCHEE, Feb. 18.---Cath- MOXEE.--The parish s c h o o 1 olie Iaughters honored the birth- basketball team, composed of boys day anniversary of their local in grades 6 to 8, have won 2 out of 5 games they have played in I-Ioly Rosary hall gym. Harvey Brulotte is their coach YAKIMA Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACIR ,t Phone 4013 508 .No. 6th St. Yakinm AUTO - FIRE - FARM And All Types INSURANCE MULTZ AGENCI r Insurance Advisors Phone 6362 106 South Second YAKIMA BENOIT'S Sea Foods GND CENTRAL .MARKET ]6 .N-OaTH FOURTH STREET Phone 9551 Yakima If It's Fish We Have It ]:,angevin-Meyer Ambulance Service Larry Langevin Paul Meyer 108 N. 2nd Telephone 3141 court at a beautifully-appointed dinner on last Wednesday evening. Participating and witnessing a beautiful commemoration cere- monial were 75 members of the court. On the head table were 28 candles, representing the past and present grand regent. As Mrs. Marie Monroe n.azed the past grand regents, Mrs. Lucy Virnig lit a candle for those who were not present. Those present lit their own as their name was called. at the dinner. Headed by Mrs. Earl Curry, they were entertained by the losing tam, which was cap- rained by Miss Josephine Roels. The Study Club will meet on Thursday evening, Feb. 27, in the parish hall. Chairman of the pro- gram is Rhea Schroeder assisted by Margaret Erickson. K. C. Entertain At Pre-Lenten Party WENATCHEE. -- A large at- tendance enjoyed the card party and games held by the Knights Y.L.I. Initiate New Members EVERETT. -- The Young La- dies Institute met at the home of Mrs. Frank Payette, Wednesday evening, Feb. 12. Three new mem- bers were initiated during the meeting: Miss Peggy Spadafore, Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney and Mrs. Irene McKechum. Following the impressive cere- mony refreshments were served in a gaily decorated room carrying of Columbus at the Labor Temple out the Valentine motif. Friday on evening. John DuffY i The next business meeting will was general chairman. be held at the home of Miss Char- The council will meet at par- on Wednesday, March 5. 8 p. lotte Backus, 1608 Hoyt Avenue, m. Monday, Feb. 24 in the ish hall. St. Ann Study Club Junior C. D. A. To Receive Sunday WENATCHEE.--The J u n i o r Holds Interesting Meet EVERETT. -- St. Ann's Study Club, sponsored by the D. C. C. W. met Wednesday evening, Feb. 12, at the home of Mrs. George Web- Mrs. Frank Mechtel spoke on lcatholi c Daughters will receive bar. the history of the court and re-iHoly Communion in a bod, at the Mrs Mary Meacham, president called the very first initiation' ,  " ,, ' ......... ' J 8 o clock Mass on Sunda, Feb. gave a talk on Feast Days of the  ne close ot ner alk, Mrs  , Sam ' 23 , " is.' Mrs John Mitchke read Marie Monroe presented Mrs. Fort members were resent t Ia lecture from Rt. Ray. Fulton J. Meehtel with- a lovely corsage in J Y p a ] Sheen'= h,z, .... ro, 1 , the Junior's meeting held in the . ............... .-v ...... - behalf of the court. J narish hall Tu- ...... . . .+, ] faring," and Mrs. J. E. Killien re- The winning team in the recent Iiss Ann 'Brenn ---'''''; .... t viewed a chapter from "A Catholic er premuen pre- ,, . membershi contest were uests ........... ]Looks at the World, by Franem P o SlOlng. 2any articles were re- 'E. MeMahon. calved for the coming carnival. Following the program refresh- Lenten Services at St. Joseph Church WENATcHEE.--During Lent the evening services .in St. Joseph Church will begin ,at 7:30 every Friday and Wednesday. Mass will be at 7 o'clock every morning. Bundle ,Day SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23 ST. PETER CHURCH, WAPATO Brvg a bundle of used clothing, old felt hats (mem's or women's) and rags, to help the St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau's work for the needy. All proceeds go towards a summer camp for the members. IIAVE VALENTINE PARTY The "Little Flower" troop of the junior Catholic Daughters en- joyed a Valentine party, Monday evening, in .the parish hall Games were played, with Rita I Peiples and Kathryn Kendall win- ning high honors. Refreshments were served to 24 members. Miss ments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs..Matt. Monahan. C.D.A. Study Club To Meet Monda, EVERETT The CDA Study Club will meet on Monday even- ing, February 24, at the home of Mrs. Robt. Le Blanc, 1528 Racker Ann Brenner and Miss Jaekie ] Avenue. Assisting hostesses are Short are the junior counselors Mrs. May Backus, Mrs. Marguer- and Mrs. Harold SchrOeder the Iite Machin, Mrs. Frank Van Meig- mother advisor for the month of[ ham and Mrs. Walter Springer. February l Win Honors For Wenatchee School WENATCHEEL--Miss Noreen Doneen, past president of the jun- ior Catholic Daughters, and Verna Harle a member of St. Joseph parish were the two representa- tives sent from Wenatchee High School to the College of Puget Sound at#racoma, for the debate contest They won second place. The topic was "Federal Medicine." ELLENSBURG IN ELLENSBUR IT'S- "Do" and 'Mose" WIPPEL'S FOOD MART QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH & CURED MEATS skirt extending to a train. Her veil, court ldngth, was held to the hair with a coronet of lace, and she carried white hyacinths and butterfly orchids. The ,maid of honor, Miss Betty Lou. Uhlman, wore horizon blue marquisette, with a rose hat and carried a colonial bouquet. The maids, Misses Frances and Kaye Heck, cousins of the bride, were in pink embroidered marquisette,- with aqua feathered hats and car- ried colonial bouquets. Shirley Jean Bisson, in white organdy, was flower girl and Tommy East- man carried the ring. Frank Bou- kal was best man for his brother. A breakfast and reception at the New Yorker followed the cere- mony and the wedding trip was to San Francisco by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Boukal axe now at home at the Florence Apartments. Mrs. Reuter New Leader of Holy Rosary Society TACOMA. -- Mrs. J. J. Reuter was installed president of the Blessed Virgin Mary Altar Society of Holy Rosary parish at a meet- ing held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Thaden. Other offi- cers are Mrs. R. A. Pullar, v. p., Mrs. R. A. Thaden, sec'y, Mrs. Joseph Danzl, treas., Mrs. R. G. Chisholm, marshall, Mrs. Harvey Penno, publicity chairman. Mrs. E. E. Devereaux is junior past presi- dent. Audit of books was by Mrs. Pulla and Mrs. A. O. Rochefort. Tea and a social hour concluded the afternoon. Mrs. Webber Hostess .To W.C.O.F. EVERETT. -- Members of the Women's Catholic Order of For- esters met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. George Webber. Mrs. Matt Monahan presided at the business session in the ab- sence of Mrs. H. A. Witscher, high ranger It was announced that of- ricers would be elected at the next meeting. Wednesday and Thursday and will be for the young folk of private and public schools. Sermon Subjects Father Conrad has annoupced his evening sermon subjects as follows: Sunday, Feb. 23, "Not By Bread Alone"; Monday, Feb. 24, "Fifth Columns"; Tuesday, Feb. 25, "Compassion" ; Wednesday, Feb. 26, "The Great Sacrament"; Thursday, Feb. 27, "Delinquency"; Friday, Feb 28, "The Greatest. of These"; Saturday, March 1, "His Mother"; Sunday morning, March 2, "I Say Unto You"; Sunday evening, March 3, "Promulgation of the Law." The closing of the mission on Sunday evening, March 3, will in- clude the impressive ceremonies always associated with missions conducted by Oblate Fathers, the promulgation of the command- merits by the missionary, the re- newal o Baptismal Vows by the congregation with lighted candles held aloft, the papal blessing and I solemn benediction of the Blessed I Saerament __ Davies-Boyle Rites - 1 At the Holy Rosa/ TACOMA -- At nuptial Mass solemnized on Feb. 8 in Holy Ro- sary Church by the Rev. Anthony Hack, O.S.B., Miss Dorothy Dav- ies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davies, became the bride of Vincent Alan Boyle, son of Mrs. Vincent Boyle of Seattle and Mrs. Signe Christiansen of Salt Lake City. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin, designed with fitted bodice "and bouffant skirt. Her illusion veil ca.eaded from a coronet and she carried white orchids and "chrysanthemums. Five sisters of the bride were her attendants, Miss Patricia Dayies, maid of honor, in blue nylon marquisette, the brid- maids, the Misses Marian and Le- lia in aqua, Madeline and Gerrie in pink, all with bouquets of baby iris and carnatiofls. George Van Goethem of Portland was best man for the groom. Breakfast was at the home of the Misses Martin, the bride's aunts, at 7 West Roa] and a re- ception was fit the .Davies home, 3846 South Tacoma Ave. Communion Mass 23' On their return from a trip to Scheduled Feb. , Canada, the young eoupte estab- lished their new home in Seattle. EVERETT.--All members of' -- ................. the Junior Catholic Daughters Engagement Noted f Meet at St. Leo Lenten Devotions Friday To Elect Officers ' At Sts. Peter and Paul  TACOMA -- Members of St. Ann's quild will- m:et Friday, TACOMA -- Way of the Cross Feb. 28, at St. Leo Hall for a 12 and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is announced for each Friday evening of Lent in Sis. Peter and Paul Church. The devo- tions will begin at 7:45 p. m. Children of the parish will re- ceive at the 8:30 Mass Sunday. The Kuppel Club will meet at 8:30 p. m., Saturday in parish hall. Barbara Gagne Bride of Stanley Stemp TACOMA--Lovely in every de- tail was the wedding in St. Ann Church, recently, of Miss Barbara June Gagne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gague, and Stanley Anthony Stemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stemp of Puyallup. The Rev. J. F. Milner officiated. Entering the church with her father, the bride was cbarming in a gown of white lace and net, made with fitted bodice and skirt falling to a long train. -er fingertip length veil cascaded from a halo of net and seed pearls and her flowers were white roses and step- hanotis. Organdy over satin in soft pas- tels of pink, blue and yellow fash- ioned the attendants' gowns, Miss Valerie Bana-.zak, a cousin of the bride, maid of honor, Miss Leona Stemp, the groom's sister, Miss i Lorraine' Drange, bridesmaids, Julianne Gagne, the bride's sister, and Mary Ann ,Powloski, junior bridesmaids. Carol, Paterson, in orchid chiffon, was flower girl and Julian Brecht, in a tiny tuxedo, was the diminutive ring bearer. Edwin Stemp was best man for his cousin. breakfast followed the nuptial Mass and an evening reception was held in Polish Hall. The couple then left for a motor trip to Oregon. The new home will be in Tacoma The groom is re- cently home after three years' ,ervice in the Navy. Betrothal Announcecl ! noon business session, at which election of officers will take place. Mrs. Louis Schuler will pre- side. Luncheon will be at 12:30 and women of St. :Leo parish, undex di- rection of Mrs,. Anion Schwartz will be hostesses. A social hour will close the meeting Funeral Services For Bruno Gost at Sts. Peter and Paul TACOMA -- Requiem Mass was sung in Sis. Peter nd Paul Church Tuesday for Brun Gosk, aged 71 years old, who died Sat- urday as a result of injuries re- ceived in a traffic accident. In- terment was in Calvary. A native of Poland, Mr. Gosk had lived in Tacoma 27 years. His loss is mourned by five sonz,, John. Alexander, Frank, Dominic and Edward, all of Olymp:a; two daughters, Mrs. A. L. Schwabel pf Tacoma and Mrs. Ann C]uff of Seattle, and by 8 grandchildren. Marszewski Funeral From The Visitation TACOMA. -- Requiem Mass was offered on Thursday :n Visitation Church for the funeral of Mrs. Stephen Marszewski, aged 60, who died Sunday after a heart attack Burial was in Calvary Mrs. Marszewski was born in Poland and came to Tacoma 38 years, ago. Her loss is mourned by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Heleri Doane, Mrs. Wanda Neumann an'd Miss Marceila Marszewski, all of Tacoma; a sis- ter, Mrs. Anna Regal, Tacoma, brother, Joseph Dutkiewicz. and seven grandchildren. Siena Club To Meet TACOMA--Siena Club will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 27, at the hom_ of Mrs. August Von Boeek- are requested to receive Commun- TACOMA -= Announcement has t the Smith home and assisting Mrs. ion in a group on Sunday, Feb. been made by Mr. and Mrs. Rus-lSmith were her other daughters, 23, at the 9:30 Mass in Our Lady sell Kasse]man of the engagement ] Miss Patricia Ann Smith, Miss Jac- of Perpetual Help church. A spa- f their daughter, Dorothy, to Rob- quel!ne Smith and Mrs. Maurice cial Mass commemorating the 21st art K. Rogers of Santa .Monica, Burke Hickey (Geraldine Smith) Junior C.D.A. anniversary will be Calif The wedding will be an[whose wedding was a January celebrated by the Ray. Father levant of April 12. She is a grad-I event. Also assisting was Miss Moore, chaplain. The Mass and uate of Aquinas Academy, he of ,.Iary Ella Hickey, sister-in-law Communion are to be offered bY lU.C.L.A, with service in this ,f Mrs. Hickey. each Junior for our Holy Father's country and abroad as a lieuten- The Smith-Shea wedding will intention, l ant in the Army Engineer Corps. take place in May. TACOMA -- The Ladics Sodal- ity will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 Mass in St. Leo Church, Sunday. CZANAM CIRCLE MEETS TACOMA vr,. Mark Dolliver, 912 Worth Kay, @as hostess to n/embers of Ozanam Circle 41, which met Thursday for a .ocial hour. TACOMA.--Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam H. Smith this week announced the betrothal of their daughter, Nad':ne Marie, to David William ,Chea, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. I Shea. News of the engagement l was made known at a party at lin, Jr., 3018 North 26th. Mrs. Joseph Manley will re'view, "Hope of the Harvest,' tle story of the Sisters of the Holy Names of 3e-.us and Mary Supper will close the evening. SODALITY TO RFX:EIVE AT ST. LEO