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Bianchet Mothers Plan Rummage Sale Blanchet High School Moth- B ers Club will hold a rummage I. sale March 27 through 29 from ': 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 6403 Roose- " velt Way. The building will be open Sun- ': day and Monday, March 25 and 26, to receive any donations. .- Goods can also be taken at this time to Blanchet, where a spe- = cial room, marked with a post- er, is available to place arti- ) cles. Toys, adult and children's ' clothes, baby furniture, appli-" ances, any type of bric-a-brac ', are needed. For information call either Mrs. George Hart, LA 4-2401, or Mrs. Kenneth Van Choick, LA 4-3046. Catholic Nurses Plan Meeting March 19 Miss Marjorie McQuillan, who was a nurse aboard the hospital ship, Hope, will be the featured speaker at a meeting St. Margaret Mothers Club Slates Tea St. Margaret Parish Mothers Club will have a silver tea Sunday, March 18, from 2 to .... : 4 p.m. honoring the Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark at their convent, 3018 14th Ave. W. .... Proceeds will go to summer tuition fo" one of the faculty. ;i Silver tea chairmen are Mrs. :: !i:: John Givins and Mrs. Stanley Lapinski. Committee members are the Mesdames Alvi n Jacobsen, Rudy Jandl, Jay Greif, Ray- mend Streit, Ralph Amen, Ber- nard Storey and Robert Glas- cock, Mothers' Club president. Friends and relatives of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark are invited to attend. YOUNG LADIES INSTITUTE, Queen, Mariette, Lor- raine and St. Cecilia Institutes, will have their Diamond Jubilee Communion Breakfast Sunday, March 25. Mass will be at 9:15 a.m. at St. James Cathedral with breakfast at 10:45 a.m. at the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. Making arrangements are (left to right) Mrs. Guy M. Kelly, general chairman, and Miss Virginia Michaelis, toastmistress. Acies Rites Are Slated By Legion of Mary Acies ceremonies for Legion of Mary members in the Seattle and Tacoma areas have been scheduled. Acies (in battle array) is the FATHER RAYNER Calls Meeting St. Francis Third Order Plans Meeting The Rev. Rayner Harrington, O.F.M., regional commissary of the Third Order of St. Francis and director of St. Anthony Fraternity in Tigard, Ore., has called a regional meeting of the Third Order to be held Satur- day, March 24, at St. Mary Ukrainian F,.id00y,r M,r,c,h ),6:, ,%2 ' THE pROCRESS=--r ' Choir To Sing Four Parishes Schedule 00tconSeat00t00!00e,00U00u0000o Ha Sales Nex Week by the 80-voice St. Mary Ukrai- nian Catholic Parish of Zar- wanycia from Vancouver, B.C., will be held Sunday, March 18, at 8 p.m. in the Pigott Audito- rium on the Seattle University campus. Tickets are $1 and may be obtained at St. Teresa Home, 906 Terry Ave., or the Catholic Information Center, 910 Fourth Ave. Besides the choir, 20 boys and girls from' the Ukrainian Cath- olic Youth Organization in Van- couver will perform Ukrainian dances. At 3 p.m. that same day Rev. Stephen Roman Chehovasky, of Vancouver, pastor of the Ukraine parish which includes Washington and Oregon, will celebrate solemn high Mass for Ukrainian Catholics in St. James Cathedral. The Rev. Vital Pidskalny, 0. S. B. M., superior of the Basilian Fathers in Vancouver, will preach the sermon in English. The choir will sing. Guilds of St. Philomena, Des Moines; St. Francis, Seahurst; St. Benedict and Our Lady of Guada!upe Parishes have all scheduled hat sales for this coming week. Complete details for each parish are: --At St. Benedict the parish, will run from 1 to Our Lady Star of the Sea 9 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. Guild of St. Benedict Parish to 5 p.m. tomorrow. will sponsor a hat sale Wednes- day, March 21, from 2 to 9 p.m. in the school hall. The hats are supplied by Howard Hanlon Millinery. Mrs. John Sherman is chairman of the sale. ---At Our Lady of Guadalupe The Beach Drive Guild of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish plans a hat sale Friday, March 23, from 3 to 9 p.m. in the Sun room of the High Point Ad- ministration Bldg., 3000 W. Graham St. Tickets are 25 cents and tea and dessert will be served. Mrs. Coy Carter is chairman and Mrs. Richard Biddle co- chairman. Hats are by Howard The co-chairmen are Mrs. R. A. Newell and Mrs. J. H. Christensen. Hats are by How- ard Hanlon. Admission is 50 cents and there will be hats for all ages. --At St Francis, Seahurst SEAHURST -- A spring hat sale will be conducted by Saint Mary Circle of the Saint Fran- cis Ladies Sodality in the par- ish hall, 21st S.W. and S.W, 152rid, today, March 16, from 7 to 9 p.m., and Saturday, March 17, from 10 a.m, to 6 p.m. of the Archdiocesan Council of annual dedication ceremony in Academy, Winlock. The Mass is offered for the Hanlon. Catholic Nurses, Seattle chap- YLI Schedules Jubilee Sessions will cover the nov-intentions of Archbishop Josyf ter, Monday, March 19, at to renew their consecration to ice course of study and a grad- Stipyi of the Ukrainian Arch- ,=,=-At St. Philamena, Providence Hospital. Our Lady. uated course for professed diocese of Lviv, who has been The meeting will begin with : Benediction in the chapel at 7:30 p.m. Miss McQuillan, a member of the Seattle chapter, will dis- cuss her experiences with the people of the Far East and her talk will be illustrated with slides. Knights Will Honor Holy Name Men A new event has been intro. duced into the Knights of Co- lumbus calendar of Seattle Council. It is Holy Name Night, sched- uled for the first time Monday, March 19, in the K of C Hall. Honored guests will be mem- bers of the Holy Name Society. The Rev. Cornelius Snyder, O.F.M., pastor of St. George Parish, Seattle, and archdioce- san Holy Name spiritual direc- tor, will be guest speaker at the open-meeting to start at 8 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., announced Dr. C. M. (Merle) Henley, chairman. Hong Kong Church Is Blessed HONG KONG. -- (NC) -- With the blessing of St. Peter's church, there are now 28 churches and 43 public chapels to serve the 160,000 Catholics of Hong Kong colony. I Blanchet Mothers Club RUMMAGE SALE March 27, 28, 29 9to6 6403 Roosevelt Way Toys, Furniture, Children and Adult Clothing, Bric-a- Brae, Dishes, Books, Appliances. or Information or To Donate: LA 4-2401 or LA 4-3046 Communion Breakfast Young Ladies Institute, Queen, Mariette, Lor- raine and St. Cecilia Institutes, will hold their Dia- mond Jubi.lee Communion Breakfast at the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympia Hotel, Sunday, March 25, at 10:45 a.m. after attending 9:15 Mass at St. James Cathedral. Honored guests will be Most Reverend Thomas,E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle; Rev. Richard Stohr, speaker; past Grand President Miss Vir- ginia Scanzon; past Grand President Mrs. Kenneth War- rack; Grand Second Vice Pres- ident, Mrs. James Jackson and Grand Marshall, Mrs. Betty Martin. Other guests will be the chap- lain of Queen Institute, Rev. John Mitchell; guests chaplain of Mariette Institute, Rev. John J. Murphy, O.M.I.; chaplain of St. Cecilia Institute, Rev. C. V. McEachen; presidents of Queen, Mariette, Lorraine and St. Cecilia Institutes, Mrs. H. L. Graham, Miss Cecelia Rad- man, Mrs. Maurice Reynolds and Mrs. Charles J. Bras, re- spectively. Mrs. William J. Paul, Arhhdiocesan Council of Catholic Women president, will be present. General chairman of the breakfast is Mrs. Guy M. Kelly and toastmistress is Miss Virginia Michaelis. Mariette Institute is in charge of decorations; Lorraine Institute is in charge of deco- rations and St. Cecilia Insti- tute is in charge of programs and entertainment. Mrs. Betty Martin To Attend YLI Meeting In Calif. Mrs. Betty Martin, grand di- rector of the Seattle Young Ladies Institute, will attend a general meeting of the board of grand directors April 7 in San Francisco. Final plans for the Grand In- stitute to be held in San Fran- cisco June 24 through 27 will be made. This convention will mark the 75th Diamond Juiblee of the organization. Jesuit Mission Director Will Speak Tuesday The Rev. Joseph W. Con- yard, S.J., mission director for American Jesuits in Africa, will be guest speaker a t the St. Joseph Parish Guild meeting Tuesday, March 20, at 8 p.m. in the parish hall, 18th Ave. E. and E. Aloha. Father will speak on the Lusaka M i s- FATHER sion in North- CONYARD ern Rhodesia which had been cared for by the Jesuits from Poland. Since the Communist government of Poland prevents reinforcements reaching Lu- saka from Poland, the Oregon Jesuit Province has received the assignment of staffing the mISSIOn. The first American Jesuits to leave for this assignment were Revs Nell McCluskey and Louis E. Haven, who arrived in Lusaka in December. Oblates Of St. Benedict Set Meetings Oblates of St. Benedict will meet in Benedictine parishes of the archdiocese Sunday, March 18. Seattle-area oblates meet at 3 p.m. at Assumption Church. Tacoma oblates meet at Visita- tion Church, South Tacoma, the same day at 7:30 p.m. Oblates living in the Olympia- Lacey area meet at St. Martin Abbey chapel the same third Sunday at 4:15 p.m. In Port Angeles the u s u a I monthly meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Irish.Americans Slate Dance The Irish-American Club will have its St. Patrick Day dance tomorrow, March 17, at the Senator Ballroom from 9 p.m. until I a.m. Admission is $2 for the cabaret event. Pat Dolan is the BRIGHTEN-UP FOR THE FAIR Your City Light has joined with the Central Association - and all Seattle-- to brighten-up for the World's Fair. A bat- tery of floodlights now bathes City Light's downtown build- hag in brilliance.., all window lights are being left on for the Fair... and a huge new sign has been added to brighten the city's skyline. When you floodlight your business, or turn on your porch light, you help make Seattle cheer- ful and inviting for our "10,000,000 World's Fair visitors, chairman, J I Your Lucky Number For Dependable FUEL OIL SERVICE: LA. 3,4500 LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. 452 N.E. 45th ] II i In Seattle, the Acies will take place Thursday, March 22, at 8 p.m. in the Cathedral. The Most Reverend Thomas A. Con- nelly, Archbishop of Seattle, will preside. The Knights of Columbus Choir will sing. The Rev. William Lane of St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Eve- rett, will preach. The Rev. Wil- liam Treaey, spiritual director of. the Comitium, will lead the consecration. In Tacoma Archbishop Con- nelly will also preside at the ceremonies to be held Sunday, March 25, at 2 p.m. in St, Leo Church. Father Treacy will speak. First Communion At St. Paul's One hundred and six children from St. Paul Parish received their First Holy Communion Saturday, March 3, at a Mass said by Rev. John Mulally, the uncle of Marie Therese Mur- phy, one of the Communicants. The children are: Stephen Patrick Adamek. An- drew Allen Ade. Nancy Louise Anderson, Karen Irene Arbicor, Lisa Marie Armstrong, Janene Marie Barnett, Elizabeth Ann Baur. Clifford Wright Boss, George Boyer. Laurie Ann Bran- dallse, Shawn Marie Brazier, Stereo Timothy Brooks, Kath- leen Elaine Brown. Debra Jean Busch, Mary Deborah Carnes, Brad- ford William Cogger, Tim Wayne Cogger, Stereo Colgan, Alexan- dra Dana Connale. Susan Cour- age, Llnda Couvlon. John Carey Dalsanto, Kevin Lewis Danlels, Robert V e r n on DeChalneau. Pamela Jean Dennis. Jeanlne Marie DeWaele, Robert Gregory Dlsotell. Mary Ann Doyle, Donna Ms e Duarte. Mark Paul Elliott. Rob- ert Frederick Engelhardt, Charles Lee Ester. Toni Mlchelle Faille. John Andrew Fisher. Vlrglnia Louise Fisher, B r u ce Charles Fox, Marvin Richard Fox, Gall Ann Gllchrlst, Gerald Goebel, Jeannette Dean Goldsmith. Charles Theodore Graf, Don- ald Grlffus. Perla Blandlna Grlno,, Douglas Bruce Gunder- son, Kevln Michael Gunderson, James Hanes. Bonnie Jane Hart- man, Denis Head, Dennis Jeff- rey Heather, Cynthia Janet Heye, Charles HIlL Rose Marie Hobbs. John Edwin Hope, Randy Joseph James. Therese Vlckl James, Mark Thomas Johnson. William Mi- chael Jordan, Paula Ann Kolcz, Terry Lynn Kuhns, Daniel Jo- seph Lambrecht, Patti Susan Luck#r, Dennis Joseph Luchte, Clint John Mangold, M o n t o James Marchettl, David Wasco Markovich. Dlana Marie Marko- vtch, Peter Mlkl Matsudalra. Michael Ray McDanlels. Kelly Michael McG'l'ath, Lynn Marie McKenna. David Arthur Merrill. Robert Duane Mitchell: Teresa Mary Muckerhelde. Marie Ther- ese Murphy, James Brian Over- man, Jeanne Marie Overman, Nancy J e a n Panlener, Ralph McCann Partlow, Peter Thomas Petlow, Michael James PeLts. David Proctor, Michael Reyn- olds.Diane Jane Riley, Tlnothy Mark Rockey, William Edward Rousseau. M a r ie Bernadine Rousseau Marie Bernadine Salle, 4SS2 UNIVERSITY WAY SEATTLE S ME. 2-0311 members. Sessions will open at 9:30 a.m. with registration, fol- lowed by Bible service at 10 and a workshop at 10:30. Lunch will be served at noon. The afternoon will include the major workshop session and will be followed by Benediction at 4 p.m. Dinner will be served at 4: 30. Reservations must be made with Rev. Antoine Wishon, O. F. M., 5300 13th Ave. S., Seat- tle, or phone PA 5-6400 before March 18. About Your Organizations, Parish Clubs ST. ALPHONSUS PARISH Altar Society meeting Tuesday, March 20, 1 p.m., meeting room lower level of the church. Plans will be discussed for the June luncheon and card party. ST. THERESA STUDY CLUB meeting Monday; March 19, home of Miss Lola Moran. Book review by Mrs. Jane Des- mend; lesson by Miss Moran and current events by Mrs. Ethel Storlie. Miss Grace Sulli- van is hostess. ORDER OF MARTHA meet- ing Wednesday, March 21, 12::]0 p.m., home of Mrs. L. Stulley, 1610 2nd N. Clothing Sale Planned By ACC Circle "Penny Apparel," a family clothing sale, will be held by the Florence Ryan Agan Circle of the Association for Catholic Childhood Saturday, March 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at St. Luke Church, N. 175th and Dayton. Clean, usable clothing for all the family, especially children, will be available at very low prices. ACC Circle Plans Party March 17 The Irene Hanley Circle of the Association for Catholic Childhood will entertain at a St. Patrick Day par,ty, March 17, in the Terrace Room of the Camlin Hotel. Hours will be from 8 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $2.50 a couple. Reservations can be made with Mrs. Philip Johnson, GL 4-9653. Mrs. Frank Donaghy is chair- man. She is assisted by Mrs. Stanley Bakken and Mrs. Eu- gene Zelensky. Kathryn G r a c e Schnoberger, Frederick A 1 l e n Self, Patrick James Simpson, qvllchael Stephen ACC Sobotta, Stephen Anthony Spen- luar'rerly cer, Daniel Lonnle Splcet:, Debo- ra. Ann Stednick Meeting Tuesday Teresa blarle Stephens, Diane blay Strand, Stereo John Swen- The quarterly meeting of the son, Glenn Joseph Taylor, Mar- sha Lelgh Taylor Colleen Gaff Association for Catholic Child- Thomas, M 1 c'h a e 1 Thompson, hood will be held Tuesday, William Ed Tomlln, Thomas Na- than Trine. Llnda Villa. Karen March 20 at 1 p.m. in 0zanam Marie Wasner, Brenda Welshaar, Hall, 410 Marion St. Norman A. Willis. Mrs. John Green, nomina- tions chairman, will present a L------ slate of candidates for board Dainty n:sb:shPesMrS. C. Percival Lovely a m  vealmost in/rant I&.if_  n.w',.,: .sF_P. u For DeWitt s t'riN """ ,,Her When 're. Wanl -,-..., Remember -- RALPH'S SELECT FOODS Launderers and Cleaners 224 Pontius North Seattle MA. 2-00S0 I We are noted for the excellence of our select groceries and flne fruits and vegetables Complete Line ICE-COLD BEVERAGES 29th So. & McClellan Near Ba4eball Park PA. S-3760 a prisoner of the Communists since 1045. Archbishop Slipyi celebrated his 70th birthday in February. Following the Mass there will be a supper in St. James Cathe- dral School. Des Moines "Chapeaux 21" is the theme of the annual spring hat sale March 16 and 17 in the parish hall of St. Philomena Parish. The sale, co-sponsored by St. Catherine and St. Ann Guilds of St. Paul's Dinner ST. PATRICK'S DINNER. is planned by the :Women's Club of St. Paul Parish for Sunday, March 18, from noon to 6 p.m. in the church hall, 57th and S. Victor. The prime rib is $2 for adults and $1 for children. Displaying a poster for the occasion are (left) Mrs. James Owen and Mrs. Irene Wyman. Mrs. Joseph Zimmer and Mrs. John Mc- Grath are general chairman. Ham Breakfast Planned By St. Bernadeffe's St. Bernadette Parents Club will have a ham and pancake breakfast Sunday, March 18, following all the Masses. Adults are $I and children under 12 years 55 cents with a family plan of $4. Chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noia. The breakfast will be served in the school audi- torium. St. Anne's Crab Supper Scheduled St. Anne Parish Mothers Club will have its annual crab sup- per tonight, March 16, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the school hall, Ist W. and W. Lee St. Tickets are $2 and may be obtained at the door. St. Mark's Men To Serve Dinner St. Mark Parish Men's Club will serve an Italian dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 17, in the parish hall. Chef for the buffet smorgas- bord-style dinner is Domenico Vitulli. Tickets may be purchased at the door or from Guild or club members, announced John Rutherford, president. Exiles To Open School in Peru QUEBEC, Que.--(NC)--Three Brothers of Charity who were forced to flee from Cuba have left here for Peru to open an industrial school at Pampas de Comas, seven miles from Lima. SCONE TAX SERVICE 40S. 1Sth Ave. East Seattle 2, Washington Hrs. I0 a.m.. I0 p.m. Week Days Hrs. I0 a,m..6 p.m, Saturdays MMES E. BROOKE Off. Tel. EA. 5.4000 Resi. Tel. EM. 3-4604 HN College Alumnae Elect Head Patsy Gernier G i s a was elected the new president of the Holy Names College Alum. nae Association at a recent meeting. Assisting her will be Kay Dugani, Angola Brooks Cormier and Rose Knecht Diedrich. At the meeting Sister Miriam Eugene, the college alumnae moderator, showed slides of the college's new 85-acre campus at Fort George Wright in Spo- kane. Exhibits At Frye Museum Scheduled The Frye Art Museum has scheduled an exhibit of Es- kimo printmaking as well as the more customary exhibits for the coming month. From March 13 through 31 27 oils, watercolors and draw- ings from the collection of The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, will con- stitute an exhibition entitled "Fantasy and Surrealism in American Art." Among the artists repi'esented are Peter Blume, A I e x a n d e r Calder, Philip E v e r g o o d, Morris Graves, George Groxz, Yasuo Kuniyoshi and Robert Viekery. A combination of ancient skills with modem materials has fostered a new printmaking from the Eskimos of Cape Dor- set, Baffin Island in the Cana- dian Arctic. These will be on display March 25 through April 15. Story-telling in the Eskimo culture is a favorite pastime and the 34 prints in "Eskimo Graphic Art" present their stories in visual form. 12% Of Students Win State Scholarships SYRACUSE, N. Y. (NC)-- Nearly 12 per cent of the sen- iors in the Catholic high schools of the Syracuse diocese have been awarded New York State Regents Scholarships. A total of 129 grants, worth from $250 to $700 for each of the four years of college, were earned by the seniors on the basis of a test given last Oc- tober. The amount of the indi. vidual award is determined by the financial needs of the indi- vidual student, Hats by Howard Hanlon for ladies, teenagers, and young children will be shown. Admission is 50 cents for adults, 25 cents for high school and junior high girls, and chil. dren under 12 will be admitted free. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Bill Standler is the gen- eral chairman, assisted by Mrs. Jack Miller and Mrs. Don Cor- ley. Decorations are by Mes- dames John Meyers. Mrs. Per- ry Townsend, and Mrs. William Ewart. Mrs. Ivan Levison is in charge of tickets. Near.Capacity Group Attends Marriage Class A near-capacity attendance of forty-three couples was pres- ent at the opening session of the pre-Cana course being held at the Catholic Information Center. according to Rev. Wil- liam Treacy, who is conducting the course. The course for those contem. plating marriage is being of- fered every Sunday at 8 p.m, during Lent at the Center, 910 Fourth Ave. A different aspect of marriage will be discussed each week. Those wishing to attend should call the Center, MA 2-2097, to be sure that there will be available room. Handicraft Classes For Children Set Enrollment is open for a series of free handicraft classes for children, in combination with studies of historical-ex. hibits, at the Museum oP His, tory and Industry. Wednesday, March 21, chil- dren 10 through 12 will start a nine-week class which will meet at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, a 10- week class for eight and nine year olds will meet at 3:3{} p.m. Saturday mornings, begin- ning March 24, a class for seven and eight-year-01ds will meet at 10 a.m. at the museum. Youngsters will study mu- seum displays to obtain design ideas for work in water color, poster design, papier mache work, paper sculpture, box puppets and pioneer diorama. construction. Enrollment blanks may be obtained at the museum or telephone EA 4-1125. Births Providence Hospital report the following births to Mr. nd [rs.: ",Richard Reysa, girl, March 6. Eugene Sheridan, boy, March G, Jon Hanna, boy, March 7, Peter Rlggle, 6oy, March 7. Henry James, by, March 7. Caesar Diama, boy, March % John Cook, girl, March 7. William Westover, boy, March 8. David Nlemiec, girt, March S. Burton Michael, boy, March S. Roman Casper girl, March 9. Harvey Drinkwtne, boy, March g, Thomas Greenan, boy, March 9. Westley Schatz, girl, March 9. Heinz Brandt, boy, March 9. Gary Woodcock, boy, IVlarch 10. George RulJancich, boy March :10, JohnGaltagher, girl, March :10. " Eutlquio Martlnez, girl, March 12. John Stednlck, girl.arch 12, Jacob Stepan, boy, March 12. TACOMA--t. Joseph's Hospi- tal reports the following bfiths Io Mr. and Mrs.: Carl Swlndahl, boy, Feb. 6. Lt. and Mrs. Robert Berry, girl, Feb. 6. Edward Schram, boy, Feb. 8. Ronald Eekroth, girl, Feb. 10. Robert McCarthy, girl, Feb. 10. Robert Frantz, boy, 'eb. 10. Joseph Underwood, girl Feb. 10. John R. Zukowskl, girl, Feb 12. Larry Petrlch, boy, Feb. 12. Thoras Sauriol, oy, Feb. 12, David Arnold, girl, Feb. 13. Ronald VanEycke, boy, Feb. 14. Jack Dotde, boy, Feb. 15. Charles D"fond., boy', Feb. 15. Glen Couture, girl. Feb. 15. John Welsh, glrl, Feb. :16. William Mitchell, boy, Feb. 17. Charles Gavigan, bo.', Feb. 17. George Konwent, girl, Feb. 20. Patrick Manlev, boy, l,eb. 22. Steve Nagy, boy, Feb. :23. RaymondSchatz, boy, Feb 24. Stanley Chrlstensnn, boy, Feb, 24. John Ilagbo, boy, Feb. 24. Harold gooey, irl, Feb. 25. William Hckman, girl, Feb. 25. Richard Ryan, girl,Feb. 27. William BUrke, girl, Feb. 27 Harold ttofer, girl, Feb. 27, J, Darwin Miller boy; Feb. 28. Eugene Chase, glrlt Feb. 28. Bernard Hansen, grl, March 1. Dr and Mrs. John Hemmen, boy, March 2. John Finnegan, girl, March 3. Norman Schultz, boy, March 5. Roger Itlavacka, boy, March fi, Jseph Roe, boy, March 6. Wayne Carr, gfrl, March 7. William Mailhot, girl, March 7. Paul Settltn, boy, March 7. Walter Matgren, boy, March 7. Sgt. and Mrs. James Murphy, boy, March 7. Miltbn Hughes, girl, March 8,, Joseph Spencer, glrl, March 9 . Donald Holmgren, boy, Marco 10.