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\\; .... Pege Two - CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, March 28, 1947 0 : YAKIMA NEWS A;d Polish Youth Christ's Miracles' VINCENTCAREY By Mrs. Roy Fountaine--Phone 306| TO BE SPEAKER ' ACADEMY LISTS I New York Jesuff . AT THE VI.SITATION Address C. W.V. i . HONOR STUDENTSJcomouc Veterens ,YAKIMA.--Leading the St: los- : eph Academy honor roll for the third quarter is Anna Mac Kra- * mer, a sophomore, who had straight "A's" and highezt grades. On the senior roll are: Theresa , :Beniot, Shirle Hollahan, Lucy St. ,I-Iilaire, Shirley Hunziker, Mary " Lou King, Kaye Klingele, Bette , Paradis,. Yvonne Rouleau. Carol , Meyer, Eileen Ledwich, v'aye Veil- son and Muriel V¢ilton. .: Juniors ,are: Mary Theresa Gas- seling, Patricia Furrier, Mary Lou ' Hoffman, A n n a 7¢edelkovitsch, * Sharon O'Brien, Donna 3cur, Lor- rafne Shields and Mary A:m Stuhr. , Sophomores: Marie Ackerman., ' :Marjorie Berghoff, Mary Savilla, i 4 ,. Jacqueline Harris, Alice Kennedy, : Joan Ledwich , Dolores Rouleau. Freskmen: Jeanne Marie Beau- c.hene, Marybelle Ditter, Marylj-n YAKIMA, March 26.--Anthony Hessdorger Post, Catholic War Veterans, meeting Wednesday l:ast iri St. Joseph hall had ladies of the Auxiliary as guests of the Post. The Rev. Edward Francis Clark, S.J., of New York, ad- dressed the group. Rex Orme, ad- jutant of the American Legion Post of Yakima spoke on vetearns" benefits before Congress for con- sideration. The Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 16, in St. Joseph hall. Ceremony Honors Academy Journalists YAKIMA.--A candle lighting ceremony will be held Friday, Ditter, Viola Fitterer, Dolores ] March 28, in the St. Joseph i Fransk. Mary Helen Gray, Pauline [ Academy hall. Carol Meyer, editor .... Heintz, Mary Ann Kahi and Bar- Of Enterprise, Sharon O'Brien, ba]'a Ray. ' -- next" Year's editor ,and Mary Ann ---- -- - Stuhr were received into the r ---  ,I ', I Jacques Maritain Chapter of Quill rourrn uegree ,. t.. ' and Scroll Honor Society for high Hold Dinner Meet school journalists. YAKIMA.--Fourth degree mem- bers of the Knights of Columbus held a dinner meeting at the Com- mercial hotel on Thursday , March 20. Charles P. Morirty of Seattle, spoke on President Truman's pro- posal to extend financial aid to Greece and Turkey. The Rev. Joseph Pucci and Jim : :Moreland both spoke briefly in memory of their recentlY departed ]rpther, John Lang. " Fred Moore, chairman of the :'membership commRtee ' gave a re port on candidates initiated at :*Spokane on March 23. , : ::,Dan J. Kenny, district master ' of Seattle, also spoke briefly. Faithful Navigator George Cur- bert told the Assembly that the next meeting will be in Toppenish. Frank Barrett of Seattle was --- w guest at the meeting. HARNAIS-TESSIER WEDDING, APRIL 7 ' MOXEE. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph : , De Harnais of C91eman, "tet.. _ announce the coming wedding of their daughter, Marie Irene De -ttaxnais. to ;,allace Tessier, son • of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessier of oxee. ' The wedding will be at a nuptial {ass in the Holy Rosary Church on April 7. The Rex-. Henry B. : -nrad, O.M.I., dll sa;/ the Mass. Attendants will be Blanche Mor'eau of Yakima, Ver, a Herba- , chuk and Leonel De Harnais, both , of Coleman, Alberta, and Kenneth Sauve of Moxee. Joanne Simon of Moxee will be the flower girl. • - A supper will follow in the Com- mercial Hot'el for the relatives. A , French Dance will take place ,at Playland on the evening of the , wedding day. MOTHERS CLUB. TO HOLD J : FOOD SALE. SATURDAY YAKIMA. -- The Marquette :Mothers' Club will sponsor a food : sale on Saturday, April 5. at Si- mon's Furniture Store from 10:30 to 5:00 o'clock. . Co-chairman are Mrs. Scott Milne and Mrs. Leonard Seabeck. The Rev. Thomas J. Pitsch ad- dressed the initiates. Rare 'Doctrina' of Philippines Given To " Libraryof Congress ,VASHINGTON.--Two rare v91- umes, "Doctrina Christiaa'" printed in Manila in 1593, and the first book ever printed in the Phi- lippines, and the "Ordinances of the Dominican Order in the Philip- pines," printed in 1604, have been presented by Lessing J. Rosen- wald, rare book collector, to the Library of Cong-ress. "Doctrina Christiana," browned and brittled, on paper made from mulberry leaves, was printed nearly a half century before the first book in continental North America. , Latvian Minister To U.S. Received Into Church V/ASHINGTON. March 25.-- (NC)--Dr. Alfred Bflmanis, Mi- nister of Latvia to the United States, was received into the Catholic Church here. He was baptized by His Excellency Arch- bishop Amleto Giovanni Cicogna- ni, Apostolic Delegate to the United States, the ceremony tak- .n;  place in the Apostolic Dele- gation chapel. Dr. Bilmanis received instruc- tion in the Catholic faith from the key- Gerold J. Kaiser, a for- mer army chaplain who is pres- ently on the staff of the Apostol- ic Delegation. The Lithuanian Slawomir Mat President of the Polish Central Committee, Young Christian Workers, Brtlssels, Bel- gium, pictured during his visit to N.C.W.C. headquarters in Wash- ington. He is visiting the United States to interest Polish Catho- will preach at the Lenten devo- tions Wednesday evening, the Holy Hour on Thursday and on Good Friday evening. Devotions Will begin at 7:30. Father Vincent will also deliver I the sermons at the Masses on r D Benardi aside'idle editor of the American Eccles'as- ileal Review, and member of the faculty of the School cf Sacred Theclogy, Catholic University of America, who will deliver fcur talks during April on the Hour of Faith,- generally entitled: "The Miracles of Christ." These pro- Easter Sunday. He is one of the most sought after speakers of the Benedictine Order and has given missions and retreats in practi- cally every city and town of the Northwest: Palms will be blessed and dis- tributed before the Ii o'clock High Mass, Palm SundaY. Masses for Holy Week will be as follows: Holy Thursday, Solemn High Mass, 8 o'clock; Good Friday, Mass of the pre-sanctified, 8; Holy Satur- at 3 p. m. there will be Solemn gramsl produced by the National day, ceremonies 7; Solemn High "Way of the Cross with music by Council of Catholic Men; in coop- lies in the welfare of Polish youth eration with the American Broad- j Mass, 8 o'clock, the school choir; at -7:45 p. m. livlng in exile and who are ex- casting Co., are heard weekly over I the Way o'f the Cross will be ] A=,a,,,,A, ,,,,, ...-- followed and the senior choir will plotted in Czecho-Slovakia. th'enetwozk'snti0nwidestations, JAIHIILII : FHFP sing the following program: 'lYe m oiler Eur,pncour, Sunday at 11:30 A. M., E' S. T, ,  = ''-| i¥ho Travel" Dubois: "Sbabat _tries. Rent, (NC Photos} ,(lC photo) Illggl:Tl:l:gg ,iI[:TJ Mater'' Dubois, "O Come and WEN£00HEE Iifll. fliE/&h,! |, 1U Lt. I h [ Mourn '' M0ntani; "O Sacred n if ng p L[I Head'' Bach; "Ave Verum" tradi- U:| ! U| U! |L tional; "Anima Christi" Dobici. and Adoramus Te' Dubois. 'Yance and other European court- Junior CDA Will Choose Queen For Festival Float By May Smith, Phone 1292-W WENATCHE -- Junior Catho- li.c Daughters meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall will com- plete plans for the float which they will enter in the Washington State Apple Blossom parade. Ann Bren- ner, president, asks all members to be present to elect a queen for theii- float.  The Juniors have been singing hyms every Sunday during Mass, under direction of the junior chair- man Mrs. W. F. Ficke. Announce Engagement XVF_NATCHEE -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Logan of V;enatchee ,announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Elizabeth, to Sam D. Mills, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Mills also of Wenatchee. Miss Logan is a graduate of ,Venatchee hgh school, Forest Ridge Convent, and the U. of W. .Mr. Mills is a gTaduate of Wen- ,tchee high school, the U. of W., and the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. The wedding date has been set for Jmm 28. Minister and Mrs. Povilas Zadei- kis were the sponsors. Dr. Bilmanis was formerly a 'Lutheran. His wife is a- Catholic. EVERETT NEWS By Kothryn Donegon Phone Red 464 Oscar Sonic Dies; 81 Years WENATCHEE -- Requiem Mass was Said in St. Joseph Church, Wednesday, for Oscar Burton Soule, who died Sunday night after a brief illness. Father Eugene ,Duffy offici,ated at the funeral, and burial was in the Wenatchee cemetary. Oscar Burton Soule was born 81 years ago in Ripon, W-mconsin. where he grew to manhood and was married to Emma Roach in 1898. They came to .\\;V,ashington in 1912, settling near V¢inchester. In 1923 Mr. and Mrs. Soul'e moved to the Vrenatchee area, where he operated an orchard until forced six years ago to retire. Survivors include his wife, Emma; one son John Soule; two daughters, Mrs. Earl Curry and Mrs. Joseph L. Monda, all of Weratchee; one brother, Elmer E Soule of Cashmere; two sisters, Mrs. Venetia Taylor of Cashmere. and Mrs. H. M. Pinch of Cleve- land Ohio; ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Pallbearers at the funeral were, Don McGauhey, W. C. Mustell, Floyd Ross, Franci Kelly, Will- iam Crotty ,and Dick Burke. Michael Donovan " Passes Bar Exam EVERETT. Michael Donovan, son of Mrs. Stella Donovan, has received word that he had success- fully passed the state bar exam- inations. He expects to practice Receive K. of C. TACOMA -- More than 250 guests, members of the Knights of Columbus, and boys of the basketball squads of O'Dea, Seattle Prep, Bellarmine and St. Martin's, enjoyed a dirmer Thurs&ay even- ing of last week at the New York- er Cafe. This second annual event honored the Seattle, Tacoma and Lacey school players and men of the three councils• Tacoma, Seattle and Olympi.a, Were hosts to the young athletes. Talks were given by the Rev. Philip Duffy, Seattle, diocesan sup- erintendent of Catholic schools, the Rev. Arthur Dussault, S. J., athletic moderator of Gonzaga, Calude McGrath, Gonzaga coach .and John Heinrick, hoop coach at the College of Puget Sound. Entertainment was by the Rev. Harold Grief, S. J., of Ballarmine, who played piano numbers, the Nonettes, girls' singing group of Aquinas. John Buttm'ly and Frank Hickey, Bellarmine. Fred Graham was toastmaster, Douglas Dyck- man, chairman of arrangements. Margaret McDonald Is Buried From St. Patrick Church TACOMA--Requiem High Mass was sung, Saturd,ay, in St. Patrick Church for Mrs. Margaret McDon- ;ald, who died Tuesday night at her home, 915 North M St. The Rt Highest Degreei 00ea: WENATCHEE---John Duffy and Flu Dauenhauer, were candicates from Wenatchee to receive the Knights of Columbus' Fourth De- gree in Spokane. Sunday. Others from W'enatchee who at- tended the ceremony and banquet F Th ms M 1 ni were: Mr. andMrs. SteveDauen- r. o c n s hauer. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Burke. Addresses K of C Mrs. Flu Dauenhauer and Mr. and • . Mrs. Mel J. Smith. EVERETT. Members of Eve-] rett Council Knights of-Columbus] ALTER SOCIETY TO MEET t;eard an interesting talk Mon- day by the Rev. "Ihomas McInnis VVENATCHEE The Alter So- of Immaculate Conception Church. ciety.-of St. Joseph Church dll Msgr. William J. Noonan celebrant of the Mass and !preached a consoling sermon. Mrs. McDonald, he said, had been a devout and fervent Catholic, an exemplary type of Catholic wom- anhood, and only a few weeks ago I she had made the mission at St Patrick with edifying devotion. Such a life, he said, is a fit prep- aration £or a happy eternity. In- terment was in Calvery. A native of Kellogg, Minnesota. she had Iived in Tacoma many years. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America and the Catholic Woman's Club. Her husband. Francis L. McDon- ald. died many years ago. Her loss is mourned by sisters. Tacoma News Section Ethel Hannan Egan, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor !1 H00BE 'Phi]omathea Plans TO MARK"TRE ORE" KE Annual Easter Week SOLEMNLY MAR___[] Bellarmine Benefit ON GOOD FRIDAY AT AT ST, PATRICK i TACOMA--'Members o. St, LEO CHURCH mathea Club announce their an- -- ]nual Easter Monday party for --- TACOMA -- Holy Week in St [April 7, at Knights of Columbus TACOM_A--The impressive cere- Patrick Church will begin with ] hall. Games will begin at 1 p. m. mony of the "Tre Ore," eom- the blessing and distribution of and numerous favors will award memorating the three hours Christ O the palms before the 11 o clock winners. There will als0 be hand- hung on the Cross, will be ob- some general awards. All proceeds served in St. Leo Church, Good high Mass, Sunday. The Mass will will go toward the needs of BeN Friday, from 12 noon to 3 p. m. be followed by benediction, There larmine High School, which Philo - The Rev. Louis G. Mattione, S. J., will be Rosary, litany and bene- mathea is >organized to assist, ofManresa Pt. Townsend, will diction at 7:45 Wednesday even- ing; Holy Communion at 6:30, l Mrs. Leslie Furlong, president of preach the sermons, and music and 7:30 a. m. solemn high Mass the club, has named Mrs. Charles vdll be by St. Leo senior choir, at 8:30 a. m. and Holy Hour ,at Schuler as chairman, Mrs. John directed by Max Frolic, with Mrs. 7:45 p. m. on Holy Tilursday. Quirm, vice chairman. Mothers of Charles Finley at the organ. The senior students at BeHarmine will choir will sing the Good Friday Mass of the Pre-sanctified on be hostesses and past presidents motets, selected ,and arranged by Good Friday will begin at 8:30; of Philomathea will have charge Pietro Yon. of decorations. Mrs. Frank Cline Program of Holy Week exer- ts in charge of publicity, cises in St. Leo Church is as • I follows: blessing and distribution THREE HO.URS AT of the Palms and solemn high HOLY ROSARY CHURI]H l ON GOOD FRIDAY TACOMA The devotzon of Academy Students' Contest ....... .'AKIMA. Yvonne Rouleau and Doris Cockrill of St. Joseph Acad- emy are competing for the An- zmal Queen Jomara. A coronation ,- 4yall will be held on April 11 at :  "&hich time the name of the queen ": will be revealed. A vote is ob- "-tained for each annual that they sell. '" ' BIRTHS Y%KIMA.---St Elizabeth Hos- pital announces the following births: To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sevig- . j)yo a boy, Mmh 20. To Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmer Arens, a girl, March 21. To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bice, a girl, March 24. To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wear, a girl, March 24. Tr Mr. and ,Mrs. Clarence V. Gadley, a boy, March 20. ---T-o Mr. and Mrs. John Friesz. a  bo'. March 21. To [r. and Mrs Gordon K. Le Gault, a girl. March 19. Correction: To ]r. and Mrs. Ed- mund Berthon, a girl. March 17. • YAKIMA Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACTOR Phone 4013 508 NO. 6th St. Yakima BEN01T'S Sea Foods GRAND CENTRAL MARKET 16 NO'I'II FOURTH STREET Phone 955l Yakim& If It's Fish We Have It s profession in Everett and will tempo}arily located at 205 Colby Bldg. A graduate of the University of Washington in 1940 with a BA degree, he entered the army and ser-ed 20 months in the Pacific as a captain in the Air Force. Re- turning to civilian life in January 1946 e reentered school and grad- Father McInnis recently from Ire- land, spoke on the Irish and the church. Frank Hart is the scheduled speaker for the next council meet- ing. Leo McKinn0n and his social committee are planning another social for the near future. meet at the parish hall at 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 2. Mrs. Walter Malloy, president will preside. RECE! "F FOURTH DEGREE YAKIMA. =-= Roland Brulotte, James: Lent.z, Zanon Chmp0ux and Virgil N. Qunell were the uated with an LLB degree last jy. L. 1. Hold Social " : : December. -- -= -- [ eti g at !nternatinaiMarian Me n Congress Will e Hld City Chapter DCCW Sweeney Home Hold March Meeting, ,:- :,r ...-.,,. .... ,v..-_. i EVERETT, March 26. A social The Hague (CIP) Preparations EVERETT The City Chapter meeting for members and pros-I for an Internatioffal Congress in of the Diocesan Council of Catho- pective members of the Young honor of the Holy Virgin ate now lic Women met on Thursday, at Ladies .Institute was held at the under way at laastricht. Nether- the home of Mrs. C. A. Turner. Guests ,at the meeting included Mesdames Flynn and Storey from Seattle. Mrs. Flynn giving an in- teresting talk on Seminarian Aid. Also receiving a warm welcome by the members was Mrs. E. W: Doherty, an old and valued mem- ber. who has been unable to at- tend meetings recently owing to ill health. At the conclusion of the meet- ing refreshments were served ,at a beautifully appointed tea table, irs. E. J. Killicn, eily chairman, presided. Mrs, Playford Hostess To CDA Study Club EVERETT.---Members of the C DA study club met Monday cven- mg at the home of Mrs. L. C. Playford. As,sisting hostesses were Mesdames M. Gath L. Gorman. E. Pugh and E. Wetter. ! . Irs. H. J. McCrca reviewedothe I r Li.e of Msgr. Sheen, and Mrs. I Frank Kniess gave a paper on l"Recent Notable Converts." the Misses Abbie, Agnes and Mary Preen. all of Tacoma, Mrs. M. E. Dudley, Portland, Oregon, two brothers, James A. Breen. RenD. Nee.. and P,atrick W. Breen. Los Angeles; two nephews and two nieces. Knights of Columbus who wen to' ., I Tacoma K. C. Win spokane Sunday, Ma:ch 23, col : - ,.: ... take the Fourth Degree. insuranc e Ha,nor TACOM Announcement was made this week df the oppoint- men ofEdWardEastman as Field Agent for the Knights of Colum- bug Supreme (0uncil Insurance Department. Mr. Eastman, a mem- ber' of ;tacoma Council, will have supervision over western Washing- home of Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney. lands. It is scheduled to be tield Wednesday evening last. The September 3-7, 1947. An Exhibi- rooms were decorated with green tion. "Our Lady in Art", is epet- and white streamers carrying out ed to be r ore of the principal at- the St. Patrick Day m6tif. Cards] tractions. A number of famoms were enjoyed by the guests, miraculous images of the H01y All members were urged to at-]Virgin from different parts of-the ]world are to be included in th tend an important meeting on j exhibitiOnChfirch..authorities " -" ' " • Marcb at the home of Mrs I of Hugh Monahan. when plans will lTongres..Bei_iu 'g Liege ano have pr0mised be made £or the District Confer- ence to be held in April. :,to send the: famous images of ............. l"Our Lady, Mpther of All", '"the Virgin, Gate of Heaven". "Our La- Personal and Social !dy r Chcvrcmont", and "Our La- EVERECr.-Th engagemont ¢)ltdy of Tongres."' Miss "Eleanor Herman. daughte:'i - ____ -_ ........ of Mr. and Mrs. J.mes B. Her- Organize College W.omen man. Sr of Lake Chaplain. for ..... - - , ::. . =..:.. merly of this city, to John R. Kel- Par!s., Study G¢oup. , iogg. son of, Mr. and Mrs. Dolbcrt McLEAN. X aT---Re):ganiat]m  L. Kellogg, 3036 Kr0mer. Avenue. Iof the Pari, Study Group fo has recently bee announced. No Woman. under Catholic auspices. date has been set for the wed-i for the school year of 19!7-48 is dinE. planned by Miss Erin Samson oZ Miss Helen Walsh. who has McLean. Va.. a former member been visitinz her brother. Harold!,ff the faculty of Trinity Colleze. WaI,'h and Mrs. Walsh. left last Washington. who first formed the Friday for Honolulu. Hawaii. group in 1928, where she plans to make an in-I St, udents, who will remain dJfinite stay. _ ;ll)ro:l(1 from. O(:tolb'r to (-,q.rly .hi_- ton. The appointment was made by Joseph A. Bradley, who ks in charge of the entire Pacific Coast area. Mr. Eastman is a parish- ioner of St. Patrick's and has be- longed to the Knights ot Colum- bus for 25 years. Announce Birth o,f Son. TACOMA --- Tacoma friends are interested in news of the birth. recently at Providence Hospital. i Seattle' of a son to ,Mr. and Mrs • Marcu.s J. Woods. Mrs. Woods is the former Betty Lou Van Rooy and is the daughtcr of Mrs. C. W. Van Rooy of Tacoma, and the late C. vV. Van Rooy. Also sharing the joy are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. W'oods of Tacoma. Iv, 1948. will attend the Sorbonne ad Catholic Institute and live with French families. During the" holidays they travel and spend Easter in Rome. They receive a full year of college credit and can obtain a diploma from the S or- btllUl(. Holy Saturday ceremonies will begin at 7 a. m." with Solemn Mass .at 7:30. St. Joseph Parish the Three Hours will be observed• on Good FridaY, in Holy Rosary Church from :12 to 3 p. m. The Holy Rosary choir will sing. Musical selection' will include the processional, "Crucifixion" by J. Stainer, "The Seven Last Wods," musical setting>Sr Steiner, sung by the choir=under direction of George L. Mitchell and with Mrs. Ann Bezich at the organ. The congregation will sing the Stahat Mater and other familiar Lenten hymns. TACOMA -- Palm Sunday will be observed in St. Joseph Church Sth a high Mass at 8:30, .the blessing and distribution of palms preceding the Mass. Gregorian mu- sic will be sung by the men's choir. I by benediction. On Monday, Tuesday, and Vted- nesday of Holy Vteek, daily Mass will be at 8:30. Wednesday even- ing Lenten devotions will begin at 7:3C. High Mass on Holy Thursday will begin at 9:00 and Holy Hour Mass at 11 o'clock, Palm Sunday. Evening devotions at 7:30 with sermon by the key. A. J. Krebs- bach, S. J. The Very Rev. Leo Eckstein, S. J., rector of Bellar- mine, will speak Wednesday even- hag at 7:30; on Holy Thursday there will be solemn high Mass ,t 8:30. Holy Hour. with sermon by Father Krebsbach at 7:30 p. m.; on Good Friday, Mass of the Pre- Sanctified will begin at 8:30, the Three Hours service is set for noon to 3 p. m. Way of the.Cross and sermon by the Rev. Russell White, S. J., will be at 7:30 p. m. Holy Saturday ceremonies will begin at 7 a. m. and conclude with solemn high Mass at 8:30. Meet at St. Joseph TACOMA -- St. Ann Guild will ' meet today (Friday) in St. Joseph parish hall. A short business ses- sion, with Mrs. Louis Schuler pre- siding, will be at 12 noon and hmcheon will begin at 12:30. The social hour will follow luncheon and there will be a "Toiletries shower" for the children of St. Ann. Parish delegates ,are asked Ribar, to bring soaps, tooth paste, tooth is scheduled for 7:30 p. m. On Good Frid:ay, the Mass of the Pre-Sanctffied will be said at 8:30 and at 7:30 in the evening there will be VeRy of the Cross and Veneration of the Cross. Cere- monies on Holy Saturday will start at 8:00 a. m. K. C. TO ENTERTAIN All men of the parish, including I Mothers Club of the Holy N.ame and other men's] Sacred Heart To societies, will receive Communion in a body at this Mass. At 10:30 Meet On Wednesday= there will be low Mass followed TACOMA- The Mother;s-Club of Sacred Heart School will meet at 8 P. M. Wednesday, April 2, I in the school ball. Mrs. Robert I TACOMA. All Patrol Boys of Palmquist, president, Will preside] thegaestsPar°chialof the SchoolsKnights willof Colum-be the and hostesses are: Mesdames Will-'! bus at 7:30 p. m. Friday, April lam Mullen, Stewart Noyes, Grance I Z1, in the K. of C. Hall, Sixth and Reise and Joseph Snider. Seele Streets. The committee in charge promis- St. Ann's Guild To [es an evening of entertainment and refreshments as a reward to the boys who in rain and shine pro- tect the school children at import- ant crossings. I The boys will be picked up at 7:15 p. m. in front of their re- I spective schools and then motored to the K. of C. Hall and after the prcgram they will be brought to Y.L.I, Visiting their homes. Committee Named There will be 10 boys from St. Leo, 12 from Holy Rosary, 15 TACOMA. Miss Irene from St. Patrick, 10 from Sacred president of Y. L. I., haa named brushes, etc., for the shower. Heart School and 9 from Visita- the following visiting committee\\; [ Mrs. Harry Johnson will be the tion. for the coming month- Mesdames I luncheon chairman. S. J. Mantz, G. R. Lantz, H. F. ] PARISH GROUPS MEET AT • Lewis, Misses Kathryn Priest. ] SIENA CLUB MEETS STS. 'PETER-PAUL HALL Catherine McGavick, M:abel Qual- TACOMA Mrs. Cal Kirk en- TACOMA -- The Kuppel Club of ley and May Meyer. tertained Thursday evening at her [ Sts. Peter and Paul parish will home on Prospect St., for mere- meet at 8:30 Saturday in the par- bers of Siena Club. Mrs. Joseph[ish hall. Funeral Services Manley presided and Miss Wini- Sis. Peter and Paul Post, Cath- • , fred Henriot reviewed "Three tulle War Veterans. will meet at For Katherine Broz Worlds" by Timasheff. The even- ] 7:30 Tuesday evening in the social From Visitation ing closed with the tea hour. hall. For all your furniture UPHOLSTERY needs, call on Thadens' FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY Center and Jay, Tacoma BRoadway 2364 FOR PAROCHIAL A STATE PATROL TACOMA Requiem Mass Wed- nesday, in Visitation church mark- ed the funeral of Mrs. Katherine B. Broz. 5618 South Puget Sound Ave., who died Sunday. Inter- ment was in Calvary. Mrs. Broz was a native of Croatia, and came to the United States in 1903. to Tacoma in 1907. Her loss m mourned by her hus- band, Fabian (Frank) Bz'oz of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Mecum, Tacoma; three sons, Frarik M. Broz. Tacoma, Dr. Will- i.am R. Broz, Seattle, Joe R. Broz, Los Angeles, and by 10 grandchil- dren. Requiem Mass For Mrs. Anna Merkle TACOMA. Requiem Mass was offered for Mrs. Anna Merkle in Visitation Church, Tuesday. Mrs. Merkle. 86 years old, died last Thursday at Mr. Angel, Oregon. Interment was in Calvary. Mrs. Merkle's los is mourned by five sons. Carl of Mr. Angel, leo. Matt and Albert, all of Taco- ma, Henry of Puya]lup and by four daughters. Miss Catherine Merkle. Portland. Mrs. Oliver An- slow. Vancouver. B. C., Mrs. Ann Stahl, Mr. Angel, and Sister Car-! melita, Beaverton, Oregon. It Parochial League : Softball Scores! TACOMA. Here are scores in! P:trochiM League Softball games: I Boys' League Scores: ', Vis.itation 15 and Sacred Heart! 5. 1 Holy Rosary 11 vs. Ho.ly Cross 4. St. Lo's 29 vs. St. Patrick's 9. Holy Rosary 39 vs. Sacred Heart 3. Holy Rosary 19 vs. St. Pat- tick's 5. St. Leo's 20 vs. Visitation l l Girls" Lea'ne Score: lloly losary 17 s. Visil-(tion I 1.. [N TIME of bereavement you welcome the help of an experienced mortician. This mortuary has specialized in Cath- olic funerals for 39 years. A funeral service adapted to needs of every family GAFFNEY OI00T UA00Y t \\; .... Pege Two - CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, March 28, 1947 0 : YAKIMA NEWS A;d Polish Youth Christ's Miracles' VINCENTCAREY By Mrs. Roy Fountaine--Phone 306| TO BE SPEAKER ' ACADEMY LISTS I New York Jesuff . AT THE VI.SITATION Address C. W.V. i . HONOR STUDENTSJcomouc Veterens ,YAKIMA.--Leading the St: los- : eph Academy honor roll for the third quarter is Anna Mac Kra- * mer, a sophomore, who had straight "A's" and highezt grades. On the senior roll are: Theresa , :Beniot, Shirle Hollahan, Lucy St. ,I-Iilaire, Shirley Hunziker, Mary " Lou King, Kaye Klingele, Bette , Paradis,. Yvonne Rouleau. Carol , Meyer, Eileen Ledwich, v'aye Veil- son and Muriel V¢ilton. .: Juniors ,are: Mary Theresa Gas- seling, Patricia Furrier, Mary Lou ' Hoffman, A n n a 7¢edelkovitsch, * Sharon O'Brien, Donna 3cur, Lor- rafne Shields and Mary A:m Stuhr. , Sophomores: Marie Ackerman., ' :Marjorie Berghoff, Mary Savilla, i 4 ,. Jacqueline Harris, Alice Kennedy, : Joan Ledwich , Dolores Rouleau. Freskmen: Jeanne Marie Beau- c.hene, Marybelle Ditter, Marylj-n YAKIMA, March 26.--Anthony Hessdorger Post, Catholic War Veterans, meeting Wednesday l:ast iri St. Joseph hall had ladies of the Auxiliary as guests of the Post. The Rev. Edward Francis Clark, S.J., of New York, ad- dressed the group. Rex Orme, ad- jutant of the American Legion Post of Yakima spoke on vetearns" benefits before Congress for con- sideration. The Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 16, in St. Joseph hall. Ceremony Honors Academy Journalists YAKIMA.--A candle lighting ceremony will be held Friday, Ditter, Viola Fitterer, Dolores ] March 28, in the St. Joseph i Fransk. Mary Helen Gray, Pauline [ Academy hall. Carol Meyer, editor .... Heintz, Mary Ann Kahi and Bar- Of Enterprise, Sharon O'Brien, ba]'a Ray. ' -- next" Year's editor ,and Mary Ann ---- -- - Stuhr were received into the r ---  ,I ', I Jacques Maritain Chapter of Quill rourrn uegree ,. t.. ' and Scroll Honor Society for high Hold Dinner Meet school journalists. YAKIMA.--Fourth degree mem- bers of the Knights of Columbus held a dinner meeting at the Com- mercial hotel on Thursday , March 20. Charles P. Morirty of Seattle, spoke on President Truman's pro- posal to extend financial aid to Greece and Turkey. The Rev. Joseph Pucci and Jim : :Moreland both spoke briefly in memory of their recentlY departed ]rpther, John Lang. " Fred Moore, chairman of the :'membership commRtee ' gave a re port on candidates initiated at :*Spokane on March 23. , : ::,Dan J. Kenny, district master ' of Seattle, also spoke briefly. Faithful Navigator George Cur- bert told the Assembly that the next meeting will be in Toppenish. Frank Barrett of Seattle was --- w guest at the meeting. HARNAIS-TESSIER WEDDING, APRIL 7 ' MOXEE. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph : , De Harnais of C91eman, "tet.. _ announce the coming wedding of their daughter, Marie Irene De -ttaxnais. to ;,allace Tessier, son • of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessier of oxee. ' The wedding will be at a nuptial {ass in the Holy Rosary Church on April 7. The Rex-. Henry B. : -nrad, O.M.I., dll sa;/ the Mass. Attendants will be Blanche Mor'eau of Yakima, Ver, a Herba- , chuk and Leonel De Harnais, both , of Coleman, Alberta, and Kenneth Sauve of Moxee. Joanne Simon of Moxee will be the flower girl. • - A supper will follow in the Com- mercial Hot'el for the relatives. A , French Dance will take place ,at Playland on the evening of the , wedding day. MOTHERS CLUB. TO HOLD J : FOOD SALE. SATURDAY YAKIMA. -- The Marquette :Mothers' Club will sponsor a food : sale on Saturday, April 5. at Si- mon's Furniture Store from 10:30 to 5:00 o'clock. . Co-chairman are Mrs. Scott Milne and Mrs. Leonard Seabeck. The Rev. Thomas J. Pitsch ad- dressed the initiates. Rare 'Doctrina' of Philippines Given To " Libraryof Congress ,VASHINGTON.--Two rare v91- umes, "Doctrina Christiaa'" printed in Manila in 1593, and the first book ever printed in the Phi- lippines, and the "Ordinances of the Dominican Order in the Philip- pines," printed in 1604, have been presented by Lessing J. Rosen- wald, rare book collector, to the Library of Cong-ress. "Doctrina Christiana," browned and brittled, on paper made from mulberry leaves, was printed nearly a half century before the first book in continental North America. , Latvian Minister To U.S. Received Into Church V/ASHINGTON. March 25.-- (NC)--Dr. Alfred Bflmanis, Mi- nister of Latvia to the United States, was received into the Catholic Church here. He was baptized by His Excellency Arch- bishop Amleto Giovanni Cicogna- ni, Apostolic Delegate to the United States, the ceremony tak- .n;  place in the Apostolic Dele- gation chapel. Dr. Bilmanis received instruc- tion in the Catholic faith from the key- Gerold J. Kaiser, a for- mer army chaplain who is pres- ently on the staff of the Apostol- ic Delegation. The Lithuanian Slawomir Mat President of the Polish Central Committee, Young Christian Workers, Brtlssels, Bel- gium, pictured during his visit to N.C.W.C. headquarters in Wash- ington. He is visiting the United States to interest Polish Catho- will preach at the Lenten devo- tions Wednesday evening, the Holy Hour on Thursday and on Good Friday evening. Devotions Will begin at 7:30. Father Vincent will also deliver I the sermons at the Masses on r D Benardi aside'idle editor of the American Eccles'as- ileal Review, and member of the faculty of the School cf Sacred Theclogy, Catholic University of America, who will deliver fcur talks during April on the Hour of Faith,- generally entitled: "The Miracles of Christ." These pro- Easter Sunday. He is one of the most sought after speakers of the Benedictine Order and has given missions and retreats in practi- cally every city and town of the Northwest: Palms will be blessed and dis- tributed before the Ii o'clock High Mass, Palm SundaY. Masses for Holy Week will be as follows: Holy Thursday, Solemn High Mass, 8 o'clock; Good Friday, Mass of the pre-sanctified, 8; Holy Satur- at 3 p. m. there will be Solemn gramsl produced by the National day, ceremonies 7; Solemn High "Way of the Cross with music by Council of Catholic Men; in coop- lies in the welfare of Polish youth eration with the American Broad- j Mass, 8 o'clock, the school choir; at -7:45 p. m. livlng in exile and who are ex- casting Co., are heard weekly over I the Way o'f the Cross will be ] A=,a,,,,A, ,,,,, ...-- followed and the senior choir will plotted in Czecho-Slovakia. th'enetwozk'snti0nwidestations, JAIHIILII : FHFP sing the following program: 'lYe m oiler Eur,pncour, Sunday at 11:30 A. M., E' S. T, ,  = ''-| i¥ho Travel" Dubois: "Sbabat _tries. Rent, (NC Photos} ,(lC photo) Illggl:Tl:l:gg ,iI[:TJ Mater'' Dubois, "O Come and WEN£00HEE Iifll. fliE/&h,! |, 1U Lt. I h [ Mourn '' M0ntani; "O Sacred n if ng p L[I Head'' Bach; "Ave Verum" tradi- U:| ! U| U! |L tional; "Anima Christi" Dobici. and Adoramus Te' Dubois. 'Yance and other European court- Junior CDA Will Choose Queen For Festival Float By May Smith, Phone 1292-W WENATCHE -- Junior Catho- li.c Daughters meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall will com- plete plans for the float which they will enter in the Washington State Apple Blossom parade. Ann Bren- ner, president, asks all members to be present to elect a queen for theii- float.  The Juniors have been singing hyms every Sunday during Mass, under direction of the junior chair- man Mrs. W. F. Ficke. Announce Engagement XVF_NATCHEE -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Logan of V;enatchee ,announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Elizabeth, to Sam D. Mills, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Mills also of Wenatchee. Miss Logan is a graduate of ,Venatchee hgh school, Forest Ridge Convent, and the U. of W. .Mr. Mills is a gTaduate of Wen- ,tchee high school, the U. of W., and the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. The wedding date has been set for Jmm 28. Minister and Mrs. Povilas Zadei- kis were the sponsors. Dr. Bilmanis was formerly a 'Lutheran. His wife is a- Catholic. EVERETT NEWS By Kothryn Donegon Phone Red 464 Oscar Sonic Dies; 81 Years WENATCHEE -- Requiem Mass was Said in St. Joseph Church, Wednesday, for Oscar Burton Soule, who died Sunday night after a brief illness. Father Eugene ,Duffy offici,ated at the funeral, and burial was in the Wenatchee cemetary. Oscar Burton Soule was born 81 years ago in Ripon, W-mconsin. where he grew to manhood and was married to Emma Roach in 1898. They came to .\\;V,ashington in 1912, settling near V¢inchester. In 1923 Mr. and Mrs. Soul'e moved to the Vrenatchee area, where he operated an orchard until forced six years ago to retire. Survivors include his wife, Emma; one son John Soule; two daughters, Mrs. Earl Curry and Mrs. Joseph L. Monda, all of Weratchee; one brother, Elmer E Soule of Cashmere; two sisters, Mrs. Venetia Taylor of Cashmere. and Mrs. H. M. Pinch of Cleve- land Ohio; ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Pallbearers at the funeral were, Don McGauhey, W. C. Mustell, Floyd Ross, Franci Kelly, Will- iam Crotty ,and Dick Burke. Michael Donovan " Passes Bar Exam EVERETT. Michael Donovan, son of Mrs. Stella Donovan, has received word that he had success- fully passed the state bar exam- inations. He expects to practice Receive K. of C. TACOMA -- More than 250 guests, members of the Knights of Columbus, and boys of the basketball squads of O'Dea, Seattle Prep, Bellarmine and St. Martin's, enjoyed a dirmer Thurs&ay even- ing of last week at the New York- er Cafe. This second annual event honored the Seattle, Tacoma and Lacey school players and men of the three councils• Tacoma, Seattle and Olympi.a, Were hosts to the young athletes. Talks were given by the Rev. Philip Duffy, Seattle, diocesan sup- erintendent of Catholic schools, the Rev. Arthur Dussault, S. J., athletic moderator of Gonzaga, Calude McGrath, Gonzaga coach .and John Heinrick, hoop coach at the College of Puget Sound. Entertainment was by the Rev. Harold Grief, S. J., of Ballarmine, who played piano numbers, the Nonettes, girls' singing group of Aquinas. John Buttm'ly and Frank Hickey, Bellarmine. Fred Graham was toastmaster, Douglas Dyck- man, chairman of arrangements. Margaret McDonald Is Buried From St. Patrick Church TACOMA--Requiem High Mass was sung, Saturd,ay, in St. Patrick Church for Mrs. Margaret McDon- ;ald, who died Tuesday night at her home, 915 North M St. The Rt Highest Degreei 00ea: WENATCHEE---John Duffy and Flu Dauenhauer, were candicates from Wenatchee to receive the Knights of Columbus' Fourth De- gree in Spokane. Sunday. Others from W'enatchee who at- tended the ceremony and banquet F Th ms M 1 ni were: Mr. andMrs. SteveDauen- r. o c n s hauer. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Burke. Addresses K of C Mrs. Flu Dauenhauer and Mr. and • . Mrs. Mel J. Smith. EVERETT. Members of Eve-] rett Council Knights of-Columbus] ALTER SOCIETY TO MEET t;eard an interesting talk Mon- day by the Rev. "Ihomas McInnis VVENATCHEE The Alter So- of Immaculate Conception Church. ciety.-of St. Joseph Church dll Msgr. William J. Noonan celebrant of the Mass and !preached a consoling sermon. Mrs. McDonald, he said, had been a devout and fervent Catholic, an exemplary type of Catholic wom- anhood, and only a few weeks ago I she had made the mission at St Patrick with edifying devotion. Such a life, he said, is a fit prep- aration £or a happy eternity. In- terment was in Calvery. A native of Kellogg, Minnesota. she had Iived in Tacoma many years. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America and the Catholic Woman's Club. Her husband. Francis L. McDon- ald. died many years ago. Her loss is mourned by sisters. Tacoma News Section Ethel Hannan Egan, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor !1 H00BE 'Phi]omathea Plans TO MARK"TRE ORE" KE Annual Easter Week SOLEMNLY MAR___[] Bellarmine Benefit ON GOOD FRIDAY AT AT ST, PATRICK i TACOMA--'Members o. St, LEO CHURCH mathea Club announce their an- -- ]nual Easter Monday party for --- TACOMA -- Holy Week in St [April 7, at Knights of Columbus TACOM_A--The impressive cere- Patrick Church will begin with ] hall. Games will begin at 1 p. m. mony of the "Tre Ore," eom- the blessing and distribution of and numerous favors will award memorating the three hours Christ O the palms before the 11 o clock winners. There will als0 be hand- hung on the Cross, will be ob- some general awards. All proceeds served in St. Leo Church, Good high Mass, Sunday. The Mass will will go toward the needs of BeN Friday, from 12 noon to 3 p. m. be followed by benediction, There larmine High School, which Philo - The Rev. Louis G. Mattione, S. J., will be Rosary, litany and bene- mathea is >organized to assist, ofManresa Pt. Townsend, will diction at 7:45 Wednesday even- ing; Holy Communion at 6:30, l Mrs. Leslie Furlong, president of preach the sermons, and music and 7:30 a. m. solemn high Mass the club, has named Mrs. Charles vdll be by St. Leo senior choir, at 8:30 a. m. and Holy Hour ,at Schuler as chairman, Mrs. John directed by Max Frolic, with Mrs. 7:45 p. m. on Holy Tilursday. Quirm, vice chairman. Mothers of Charles Finley at the organ. The senior students at BeHarmine will choir will sing the Good Friday Mass of the Pre-sanctified on be hostesses and past presidents motets, selected ,and arranged by Good Friday will begin at 8:30; of Philomathea will have charge Pietro Yon. of decorations. Mrs. Frank Cline Program of Holy Week exer- ts in charge of publicity, cises in St. Leo Church is as • I follows: blessing and distribution THREE HO.URS AT of the Palms and solemn high HOLY ROSARY CHURI]H l ON GOOD FRIDAY TACOMA The devotzon of Academy Students' Contest ....... .'AKIMA. Yvonne Rouleau and Doris Cockrill of St. Joseph Acad- emy are competing for the An- zmal Queen Jomara. A coronation ,- 4yall will be held on April 11 at :  "&hich time the name of the queen ": will be revealed. A vote is ob- "- tained for each annual that they sell. '" ' BIRTHS Y%KIMA.---St Elizabeth Hos- pital announces the following births: To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sevig- . j)yo a boy, Mmh 20. To Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmer Arens, a girl, March 21. To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bice, a girl, March 24. To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wear, a girl, March 24. Tr Mr. and ,Mrs. Clarence V. Gadley, a boy, March 20. ---T-o Mr. and Mrs. John Friesz. a  bo'. March 21. To [r. and Mrs Gordon K. Le Gault, a girl. March 19. Correction: To ]r. and Mrs. Ed- mund Berthon, a girl. March 17. • YAKIMA Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACTOR Phone 4013 508 NO. 6th St. Yakima BEN01T'S Sea Foods GRAND CENTRAL MARKET 16 NO'I'II FOURTH STREET Phone 955l Yakim& If It's Fish We Have It s profession in Everett and will tempo}arily located at 205 Colby Bldg. A graduate of the University of Washington in 1940 with a BA degree, he entered the army and ser-ed 20 months in the Pacific as a captain in the Air Force. Re- turning to civilian life in January 1946 e reentered school and grad- Father McInnis recently from Ire- land, spoke on the Irish and the church. Frank Hart is the scheduled speaker for the next council meet- ing. Leo McKinn0n and his social committee are planning another social for the near future. meet at the parish hall at 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 2. Mrs. Walter Malloy, president will preside. RECE! "F FOURTH DEGREE YAKIMA. =-= Roland Brulotte, James: Lent.z, Zanon Chmp0ux and Virgil N. Qunell were the uated with an LLB degree last jy. L. 1. Hold Social " : : December. -- -= -- [ eti g at !nternatinaiMarian Me n Congress Will e Hld City Chapter DCCW Sweeney Home Hold March Meeting, ,:- :,r ...-.,,. .... ,v..-_. i EVERETT, March 26. A social The Hague (CIP) Preparations EVERETT The City Chapter meeting for members and pros-I for an Internatioffal Congress in of the Diocesan Council of Catho- pective members of the Young honor of the Holy Virgin ate now lic Women met on Thursday, at Ladies .Institute was held at the under way at laastricht. Nether- the home of Mrs. C. A. Turner. Guests ,at the meeting included Mesdames Flynn and Storey from Seattle. Mrs. Flynn giving an in- teresting talk on Seminarian Aid. Also receiving a warm welcome by the members was Mrs. E. W: Doherty, an old and valued mem- ber. who has been unable to at- tend meetings recently owing to ill health. At the conclusion of the meet- ing refreshments were served ,at a beautifully appointed tea table, irs. E. J. Killicn, eily chairman, presided. Mrs, Playford Hostess To CDA Study Club EVERETT.---Members of the C DA study club met Monday cven- mg at the home of Mrs. L. C. Playford. As,sisting hostesses were Mesdames M. Gath L. Gorman. E. Pugh and E. Wetter. ! . Irs. H. J. McCrca reviewedothe I r Li.e of Msgr. Sheen, and Mrs. I Frank Kniess gave a paper on l"Recent Notable Converts." the Misses Abbie, Agnes and Mary Preen. all of Tacoma, Mrs. M. E. Dudley, Portland, Oregon, two brothers, James A. Breen. RenD. Nee.. and P,atrick W. Breen. Los Angeles; two nephews and two nieces. Knights of Columbus who wen to' ., I Tacoma K. C. Win spokane Sunday, Ma:ch 23, col : - ,.: ... take the Fourth Degree. insuranc e Ha,nor TACOM Announcement was made this week df the oppoint- men ofEdWardEastman as Field Agent for the Knights of Colum- bug Supreme (0uncil Insurance Department. Mr. Eastman, a mem- ber' of ;tacoma Council, will have supervision over western Washing- home of Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney. lands. It is scheduled to be tield Wednesday evening last. The September 3-7, 1947. An Exhibi- rooms were decorated with green tion. "Our Lady in Art", is epet- and white streamers carrying out ed to be r ore of the principal at- the St. Patrick Day m6tif. Cards] tractions. A number of famoms were enjoyed by the guests, miraculous images of the H01y All members were urged to at-]Virgin from different parts of-the ]world are to be included in th tend an important meeting on j exhibitiOnChfirch..authorities " -" ' " • Marcb at the home of Mrs I of Hugh Monahan. when plans will lTongres..Bei_iu 'g Liege ano have pr0mised be made £or the District Confer- ence to be held in April. :,to send the: famous images of ............. l"Our Lady, Mpther of All", '"the Virgin, Gate of Heaven". "Our La- Personal and Social !dy r Chcvrcmont", and "Our La- EVERECr.-Th engagemont ¢)ltdy of Tongres."' Miss "Eleanor Herman. daughte:'i - ____ -_ ........ of Mr. and Mrs. J.mes B. Her- Organize College W.omen man. Sr of Lake Chaplain. for ..... - - , ::. . =..:.. merly of this city, to John R. Kel- Par!s., Study G¢oup. , iogg. son of, Mr. and Mrs. Dolbcrt McLEAN. X aT---Re):ganiat]m  L. Kellogg, 3036 Kr0mer. Avenue. Iof the Pari, Study Group fo has recently bee announced. No Woman. under Catholic auspices. date has been set for the wed-i for the school year of 19!7-48 is dinE. planned by Miss Erin Samson oZ Miss Helen Walsh. who has McLean. Va.. a former member been visitinz her brother. Harold!,ff the faculty of Trinity Colleze. WaI,'h and Mrs. Walsh. left last Washington. who first formed the Friday for Honolulu. Hawaii. group in 1928, where she plans to make an in-I St, udents, who will remain dJfinite stay. _ ;ll)ro:l(1 from. O(:tolb'r to (-,q.rly .hi_- ton. The appointment was made by Joseph A. Bradley, who ks in charge of the entire Pacific Coast area. Mr. Eastman is a parish- ioner of St. Patrick's and has be- longed to the Knights ot Colum- bus for 25 years. Announce Birth o,f Son. TACOMA --- Tacoma friends are interested in news of the birth. recently at Providence Hospital. i Seattle' of a son to ,Mr. and Mrs • Marcu.s J. Woods. Mrs. Woods is the former Betty Lou Van Rooy and is the daughtcr of Mrs. C. W. Van Rooy of Tacoma, and the late C. vV. Van Rooy. Also sharing the joy are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. W'oods of Tacoma. Iv, 1948. will attend the Sorbonne ad Catholic Institute and live with French families. During the" holidays they travel and spend Easter in Rome. They receive a full year of college credit and can obtain a diploma from the S or- btllUl(. Holy Saturday ceremonies will begin at 7 a. m." with Solemn Mass .at 7:30. St. Joseph Parish the Three Hours will be observed• on Good FridaY, in Holy Rosary Church from :12 to 3 p. m. The Holy Rosary choir will sing. Musical selection' will include the processional, "Crucifixion" by J. Stainer, "The Seven Last Wods," musical setting>Sr Steiner, sung by the choir=under direction of George L. Mitchell and with Mrs. Ann Bezich at the organ. The congregation will sing the Stahat Mater and other familiar Lenten hymns. TACOMA -- Palm Sunday will be observed in St. Joseph Church Sth a high Mass at 8:30, .the blessing and distribution of palms preceding the Mass. Gregorian mu- sic will be sung by the men's choir. I by benediction. On Monday, Tuesday, and Vted- nesday of Holy Vteek, daily Mass will be at 8:30. Wednesday even- ing Lenten devotions will begin at 7:3C. High Mass on Holy Thursday will begin at 9:00 and Holy Hour Mass at 11 o'clock, Palm Sunday. Evening devotions at 7:30 with sermon by the key. A. J. Krebs- bach, S. J. The Very Rev. Leo Eckstein, S. J., rector of Bellar- mine, will speak Wednesday even- hag at 7:30; on Holy Thursday there will be solemn high Mass ,t 8:30. Holy Hour. with sermon by Father Krebsbach at 7:30 p. m.; on Good Friday, Mass of the Pre- Sanctified will begin at 8:30, the Three Hours service is set for noon to 3 p. m. Way of the.Cross and sermon by the Rev. Russell White, S. J., will be at 7:30 p. m. Holy Saturday ceremonies will begin at 7 a. m. and conclude with solemn high Mass at 8:30. Meet at St. Joseph TACOMA -- St. Ann Guild will ' meet today (Friday) in St. Joseph parish hall. A short business ses- sion, with Mrs. Louis Schuler pre- siding, will be at 12 noon and hmcheon will begin at 12:30. The social hour will follow luncheon and there will be a "Toiletries shower" for the children of St. Ann. Parish delegates ,are asked Ribar, to bring soaps, tooth paste, tooth is scheduled for 7:30 p. m. On Good Frid:ay, the Mass of the Pre-Sanctffied will be said at 8:30 and at 7:30 in the evening there will be VeRy of the Cross and Veneration of the Cross. Cere- monies on Holy Saturday will start at 8:00 a. m. K. C. TO ENTERTAIN All men of the parish, including I Mothers Club of the Holy N.ame and other men's] Sacred Heart To societies, will receive Communion in a body at this Mass. At 10:30 Meet On Wednesday= there will be low Mass followed TACOMA- The Mother;s-Club of Sacred Heart School will meet at 8 P. M. Wednesday, April 2, I in the school ball. Mrs. Robert I TACOMA. All Patrol Boys of Palmquist, president, Will preside] thegaestsPar°chialof the SchoolsKnights willof Colum-be the and hostesses are: Mesdames Will-'! bus at 7:30 p. m. Friday, April lam Mullen, Stewart Noyes, Grance I Z1, in the K. of C. Hall, Sixth and Reise and Joseph Snider. Seele Streets. The committee in charge promis- St. Ann's Guild To [es an evening of entertainment and refreshments as a reward to the boys who in rain and shine pro- tect the school children at import- ant crossings. I The boys will be picked up at 7:15 p. m. in front of their re- I spective schools and then motored to the K. of C. Hall and after the prcgram they will be brought to Y.L.I, Visiting their homes. Committee Named There will be 10 boys from St. Leo, 12 from Holy Rosary, 15 TACOMA. Miss Irene from St. Patrick, 10 from Sacred president of Y. L. I., haa named brushes, etc., for the shower. Heart School and 9 from Visita- the following visiting committee\\; [ Mrs. Harry Johnson will be the tion. for the coming month- Mesdames I luncheon chairman. S. J. Mantz, G. R. Lantz, H. F. ] PARISH GROUPS MEET AT • Lewis, Misses Kathryn Priest. ] SIENA CLUB MEETS STS. 'PETER-PAUL HALL Catherine McGavick, M:abel Qual- TACOMA Mrs. Cal Kirk en- TACOMA -- The Kuppel Club of ley and May Meyer. tertained Thursday evening at her [ Sts. Peter and Paul parish will home on Prospect St., for mere- meet at 8:30 Saturday in the par- bers of Siena Club. Mrs. Joseph[ish hall. Funeral Services Manley presided and Miss Wini- Sis. Peter and Paul Post, Cath- • , fred Henriot reviewed "Three tulle War Veterans. will meet at For Katherine Broz Worlds" by Timasheff. The even- ] 7:30 Tuesday evening in the social From Visitation ing closed with the tea hour. hall. For all your furniture UPHOLSTERY needs, call on Thadens' FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY Center and Jay, Tacoma BRoadway 2364 FOR PAROCHIAL A STATE PATROL TACOMA Requiem Mass Wed- nesday, in Visitation church mark- ed the funeral of Mrs. Katherine B. Broz. 5618 South Puget Sound Ave., who died Sunday. Inter- ment was in Calvary. Mrs. Broz was a native of Croatia, and came to the United States in 1903. to Tacoma in 1907. Her loss m mourned by her hus- band, Fabian (Frank) Bz'oz of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Mecum, Tacoma; three sons, Frarik M. Broz. Tacoma, Dr. Will- i.am R. Broz, Seattle, Joe R. Broz, Los Angeles, and by 10 grandchil- dren. Requiem Mass For Mrs. Anna Merkle TACOMA. Requiem Mass was offered for Mrs. Anna Merkle in Visitation Church, Tuesday. Mrs. Merkle. 86 years old, died last Thursday at Mr. Angel, Oregon. Interment was in Calvary. Mrs. Merkle's los is mourned by five sons. Carl of Mr. Angel, leo. Matt and Albert, all of Taco- ma, Henry of Puya]lup and by four daughters. Miss Catherine Merkle. Portland. Mrs. Oliver An- slow. Vancouver. B. C., Mrs. Ann Stahl, Mr. Angel, and Sister Car-! melita, Beaverton, Oregon. It Parochial League : Softball Scores! TACOMA. Here are scores in! P:trochiM League Softball games: I Boys' League Scores: ', Vis.itation 15 and Sacred Heart! 5. 1 Holy Rosary 11 vs. Ho.ly Cross 4. St. Lo's 29 vs. St. Patrick's 9. Holy Rosary 39 vs. Sacred Heart 3. Holy Rosary 19 vs. St. Pat- tick's 5. St. Leo's 20 vs. Visitation l l Girls" Lea'ne Score: lloly losary 17 s. Visil-(tion I 1.. [N TIME of bereavement you welcome the help of an experienced mortician. This mortuary has specialized in Cath- olic funerals for 39 years. A funeral service adapted to needs of every family GAFFNEY OI00T UA00Y t \\; .... Pege Two - CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, March 28, 1947 0 : YAKIMA NEWS A;d Polish Youth Christ's Miracles' VINCENTCAREY By Mrs. Roy Fountaine--Phone 306| TO BE SPEAKER ' ACADEMY LISTS I New York Jesuff . AT THE VI.SITATION Address C. W.V. i . HONOR STUDENTSJcomouc Veterens ,YAKIMA.--Leading the St: los- : eph Academy honor roll for the third quarter is Anna Mac Kra- * mer, a sophomore, who had straight "A's" and highezt grades. On the senior roll are: Theresa , :Beniot, Shirle Hollahan, Lucy St. ,I-Iilaire, Shirley Hunziker, Mary " Lou King, Kaye Klingele, Bette , Paradis,. Yvonne Rouleau. Carol , Meyer, Eileen Ledwich, v'aye Veil- son and Muriel V¢ilton. .: Juniors ,are: Mary Theresa Gas- seling, Patricia Furrier, Mary Lou ' Hoffman, A n n a 7¢edelkovitsch, * Sharon O'Brien, Donna 3cur, Lor- rafne Shields and Mary A:m Stuhr. , Sophomores: Marie Ackerman., ' :Marjorie Berghoff, Mary Savilla, i 4 ,. Jacqueline Harris, Alice Kennedy, : Joan Ledwich , Dolores Rouleau. Freskmen: Jeanne Marie Beau- c.hene, Marybelle Ditter, Marylj-n YAKIMA, March 26.--Anthony Hessdorger Post, Catholic War Veterans, meeting Wednesday l:ast iri St. Joseph hall had ladies of the Auxiliary as guests of the Post. The Rev. Edward Francis Clark, S.J., of New York, ad- dressed the group. Rex Orme, ad- jutant of the American Legion Post of Yakima spoke on vetearns" benefits before Congress for con- sideration. The Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 16, in St. Joseph hall. Ceremony Honors Academy Journalists YAKIMA.--A candle lighting ceremony will be held Friday, Ditter, Viola Fitterer, Dolores ] March 28, in the St. Joseph i Fransk. Mary Helen Gray, Pauline [ Academy hall. Carol Meyer, editor .... Heintz, Mary Ann Kahi and Bar- Of Enterprise, Sharon O'Brien, ba]'a Ray. ' -- next" Year's editor ,and Mary Ann ---- -- - Stuhr were received into the r ---  ,I ', I Jacques Maritain Chapter of Quill rourrn uegree ,. t.. ' and Scroll Honor Society for high Hold Dinner Meet school journalists. YAKIMA.--Fourth degree mem- bers of the Knights of Columbus held a dinner meeting at the Com- mercial hotel on Thursday , March 20. Charles P. Morirty of Seattle, spoke on President Truman's pro- posal to extend financial aid to Greece and Turkey. The Rev. Joseph Pucci and Jim : :Moreland both spoke briefly in memory of their recentlY departed ]rpther, John Lang. " Fred Moore, chairman of the :'membership commRtee ' gave a re port on candidates initiated at :*Spokane on March 23. , : ::,Dan J. Kenny, district master ' of Seattle, also spoke briefly. Faithful Navigator George Cur- bert told the Assembly that the next meeting will be in Toppenish. Frank Barrett of Seattle was --- w guest at the meeting. HARNAIS-TESSIER WEDDING, APRIL 7 ' MOXEE. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph : , De Harnais of C91eman, "tet.. _ announce the coming wedding of their daughter, Marie Irene De -ttaxnais. to ;,allace Tessier, son • of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessier of oxee. ' The wedding will be at a nuptial {ass in the Holy Rosary Church on April 7. The Rex-. Henry B. : -nrad, O.M.I., dll sa;/ the Mass. Attendants will be Blanche Mor'eau of Yakima, Ver, a Herba- , chuk and Leonel De Harnais, both , of Coleman, Alberta, and Kenneth Sauve of Moxee. Joanne Simon of Moxee will be the flower girl. • - A supper will follow in the Com- mercial Hot'el for the relatives. A , French Dance will take place ,at Playland on the evening of the , wedding day. MOTHERS CLUB. TO HOLD J : FOOD SALE. SATURDAY YAKIMA. -- The Marquette :Mothers' Club will sponsor a food : sale on Saturday, April 5. at Si- mon's Furniture Store from 10:30 to 5:00 o'clock. . Co-chairman are Mrs. Scott Milne and Mrs. Leonard Seabeck. The Rev. Thomas J. Pitsch ad- dressed the initiates. Rare 'Doctrina' of Philippines Given To " Libraryof Congress ,VASHINGTON.--Two rare v91- umes, "Doctrina Christiaa'" printed in Manila in 1593, and the first book ever printed in the Phi- lippines, and the "Ordinances of the Dominican Order in the Philip- pines," printed in 1604, have been presented by Lessing J. Rosen- wald, rare book collector, to the Library of Cong-ress. "Doctrina Christiana," browned and brittled, on paper made from mulberry leaves, was printed nearly a half century before the first book in continental North America. , Latvian Minister To U.S. Received Into Church V/ASHINGTON. March 25.-- (NC)--Dr. Alfred Bflmanis, Mi- nister of Latvia to the United States, was received into the Catholic Church here. He was baptized by His Excellency Arch- bishop Amleto Giovanni Cicogna- ni, Apostolic Delegate to the United States, the ceremony tak- .n;  place in the Apostolic Dele- gation chapel. Dr. Bilmanis received instruc- tion in the Catholic faith from the key- Gerold J. Kaiser, a for- mer army chaplain who is pres- ently on the staff of the Apostol- ic Delegation. The Lithuanian Slawomir Mat President of the Polish Central Committee, Young Christian Workers, Brtlssels, Bel- gium, pictured during his visit to N.C.W.C. headquarters in Wash- ington. He is visiting the United States to interest Polish Catho- will preach at the Lenten devo- tions Wednesday evening, the Holy Hour on Thursday and on Good Friday evening. Devotions Will begin at 7:30. Father Vincent will also deliver I the sermons at the Masses on r D Benardi aside'idle editor of the American Eccles'as- ileal Review, and member of the faculty of the School cf Sacred Theclogy, Catholic University of America, who will deliver fcur talks during April on the Hour of Faith,- generally entitled: "The Miracles of Christ." These pro- Easter Sunday. He is one of the most sought after speakers of the Benedictine Order and has given missions and retreats in practi- cally every city and town of the Northwest: Palms will be blessed and dis- tributed before the Ii o'clock High Mass, Palm SundaY. Masses for Holy Week will be as follows: Holy Thursday, Solemn High Mass, 8 o'clock; Good Friday, Mass of the pre-sanctified, 8; Holy Satur- at 3 p. m. there will be Solemn gramsl produced by the National day, ceremonies 7; Solemn High "Way of the Cross with music by Council of Catholic Men; in coop- lies in the welfare of Polish youth eration with the American Broad- j Mass, 8 o'clock, the school choir; at -7:45 p. m. livlng in exile and who are ex- casting Co., are heard weekly over I the Way o'f the Cross will be ] A=,a,,,,A, ,,,,, ...-- followed and the senior choir will plotted in Czecho-Slovakia. th'enetwozk'snti0nwidestations, JAIHIILII : FHFP sing the following program: 'lYe m oiler Eur,pncour, Sunday at 11:30 A. M., E' S. T, ,  = ''-| i¥ho Travel" Dubois: "Sbabat _tries. Rent, (NC Photos} ,(lC photo) Illggl:Tl:l:gg ,iI[:TJ Mater'' Dubois, "O Come and WEN£00HEE Iifll. fliE/&h,! |, 1U Lt. I h [ Mourn '' M0ntani; "O Sacred n if ng p L[I Head'' Bach; "Ave Verum" tradi- U:| ! U| U! |L tional; "Anima Christi" Dobici. and Adoramus Te' Dubois. 'Yance and other European court- Junior CDA Will Choose Queen For Festival Float By May Smith, Phone 1292-W WENATCHE -- Junior Catho- li.c Daughters meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall will com- plete plans for the float which they will enter in the Washington State Apple Blossom parade. Ann Bren- ner, president, asks all members to be present to elect a queen for theii- float.  The Juniors have been singing hyms every Sunday during Mass, under direction of the junior chair- man Mrs. W. F. Ficke. Announce Engagement XVF_NATCHEE -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Logan of V;enatchee ,announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Elizabeth, to Sam D. Mills, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Mills also of Wenatchee. Miss Logan is a graduate of ,Venatchee hgh school, Forest Ridge Convent, and the U. of W. .Mr. Mills is a gTaduate of Wen- ,tchee high school, the U. of W., and the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. The wedding date has been set for Jmm 28. Minister and Mrs. Povilas Zadei- kis were the sponsors. Dr. Bilmanis was formerly a 'Lutheran. His wife is a- Catholic. EVERETT NEWS By Kothryn Donegon Phone Red 464 Oscar Sonic Dies; 81 Years WENATCHEE -- Requiem Mass was Said in St. Joseph Church, Wednesday, for Oscar Burton Soule, who died Sunday night after a brief illness. Father Eugene ,Duffy offici,ated at the funeral, and burial was in the Wenatchee cemetary. Oscar Burton Soule was born 81 years ago in Ripon, W-mconsin. where he grew to manhood and was married to Emma Roach in 1898. They came to .\\;V,ashington in 1912, settling near V¢inchester. In 1923 Mr. and Mrs. Soul'e moved to the Vrenatchee area, where he operated an orchard until forced six years ago to retire. Survivors include his wife, Emma; one son John Soule; two daughters, Mrs. Earl Curry and Mrs. Joseph L. Monda, all of Weratchee; one brother, Elmer E Soule of Cashmere; two sisters, Mrs. Venetia Taylor of Cashmere. and Mrs. H. M. Pinch of Cleve- land Ohio; ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Pallbearers at the funeral were, Don McGauhey, W. C. Mustell, Floyd Ross, Franci Kelly, Will- iam Crotty ,and Dick Burke. Michael Donovan " Passes Bar Exam EVERETT. Michael Donovan, son of Mrs. Stella Donovan, has received word that he had success- fully passed the state bar exam- inations. He expects to practice Receive K. of C. TACOMA -- More than 250 guests, members of the Knights of Columbus, and boys of the basketball squads of O'Dea, Seattle Prep, Bellarmine and St. Martin's, enjoyed a dirmer Thurs&ay even- ing of last week at the New York- er Cafe. This second annual event honored the Seattle, Tacoma and Lacey school players and men of the three councils• Tacoma, Seattle and Olympi.a, Were hosts to the young athletes. Talks were given by the Rev. Philip Duffy, Seattle, diocesan sup- erintendent of Catholic schools, the Rev. Arthur Dussault, S. J., athletic moderator of Gonzaga, Calude McGrath, Gonzaga coach .and John Heinrick, hoop coach at the College of Puget Sound. Entertainment was by the Rev. Harold Grief, S. J., of Ballarmine, who played piano numbers, the Nonettes, girls' singing group of Aquinas. John Buttm'ly and Frank Hickey, Bellarmine. Fred Graham was toastmaster, Douglas Dyck- man, chairman of arrangements. Margaret McDonald Is Buried From St. Patrick Church TACOMA--Requiem High Mass was sung, Saturd,ay, in St. Patrick Church for Mrs. Margaret McDon- ;ald, who died Tuesday night at her home, 915 North M St. The Rt Highest Degreei 00ea: WENATCHEE---John Duffy and Flu Dauenhauer, were candicates from Wenatchee to receive the Knights of Columbus' Fourth De- gree in Spokane. Sunday. Others from W'enatchee who at- tended the ceremony and banquet F Th ms M 1 ni were: Mr. andMrs. SteveDauen- r. o c n s hauer. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Burke. Addresses K of C Mrs. Flu Dauenhauer and Mr. and • . Mrs. Mel J. Smith. EVERETT. Members of Eve-] rett Council Knights of-Columbus] ALTER SOCIETY TO MEET t;eard an interesting talk Mon- day by the Rev. "Ihomas McInnis VVENATCHEE The Alter So- of Immaculate Conception Church. ciety.-of St. Joseph Church dll Msgr. William J. Noonan celebrant of the Mass and !preached a consoling sermon. Mrs. McDonald, he said, had been a devout and fervent Catholic, an exemplary type of Catholic wom- anhood, and only a few weeks ago I she had made the mission at St Patrick with edifying devotion. Such a life, he said, is a fit prep- aration £or a happy eternity. In- terment was in Calvery. A native of Kellogg, Minnesota. she had Iived in Tacoma many years. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America and the Catholic Woman's Club. Her husband. Francis L. McDon- ald. died many years ago. Her loss is mourned by sisters. Tacoma News Section Ethel Hannan Egan, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor !1 H00BE 'Phi]omathea Plans TO MARK"TRE ORE" KE Annual Easter Week SOLEMNLY MAR___[] Bellarmine Benefit ON GOOD FRIDAY AT AT ST, PATRICK i TACOMA--'Members o. St, LEO CHURCH mathea Club announce their an- -- ]nual Easter Monday party for --- TACOMA -- Holy Week in St [April 7, at Knights of Columbus TACOM_A--The impressive cere- Patrick Church will begin with ] hall. Games will begin at 1 p. m. mony of the "Tre Ore," eom- the blessing and distribution of and numerous favors will award memorating the three hours Christ O the palms before the 11 o clock winners. There will als0 be hand- hung on the Cross, will be ob- some general awards. All proceeds served in St. Leo Church, Good high Mass, Sunday. The Mass will will go toward the needs of BeN Friday, from 12 noon to 3 p. m. be followed by benediction, There larmine High School, which Philo - The Rev. Louis G. Mattione, S. J., will be Rosary, litany and bene- mathea is >organized to assist, ofManresa Pt. Townsend, will diction at 7:45 Wednesday even- ing; Holy Communion at 6:30, l Mrs. Leslie Furlong, president of preach the sermons, and music and 7:30 a. m. solemn high Mass the club, has named Mrs. Charles vdll be by St. Leo senior choir, at 8:30 a. m. and Holy Hour ,at Schuler as chairman, Mrs. John directed by Max Frolic, with Mrs. 7:45 p. m. on Holy Tilursday. Quirm, vice chairman. Mothers of Charles Finley at the organ. The senior students at BeHarmine will choir will sing the Good Friday Mass of the Pre-sanctified on be hostesses and past presidents motets, selected ,and arranged by Good Friday will begin at 8:30; of Philomathea will have charge Pietro Yon. of decorations. Mrs. Frank Cline Program of Holy Week exer- ts in charge of publicity, cises in St. Leo Church is as • I follows: blessing and distribution THREE HO.URS AT of the Palms and solemn high HOLY ROSARY CHURI]H l ON GOOD FRIDAY TACOMA The devotzon of Academy Students' Contest ....... .'AKIMA. Yvonne Rouleau and Doris Cockrill of St. Joseph Acad- emy are competing for the An- zmal Queen Jomara. A coronation ,- 4yall will be held on April 11 at :  "&hich time the name of the queen ": will be revealed. A vote is ob- "- tained for each annual that they sell. '" ' BIRTHS Y%KIMA.---St Elizabeth Hos- pital announces the following births: To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sevig- . j)yo a boy, Mmh 20. To Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmer Arens, a girl, March 21. To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bice, a girl, March 24. To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wear, a girl, March 24. Tr Mr. and ,Mrs. Clarence V. Gadley, a boy, March 20. ---T-o Mr. and Mrs. John Friesz. a  bo'. March 21. To [r. and Mrs Gordon K. Le Gault, a girl. March 19. Correction: To ]r. and Mrs. Ed- mund Berthon, a girl. March 17. • YAKIMA Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACTOR Phone 4013 508 NO. 6th St. Yakima BEN01T'S Sea Foods GRAND CENTRAL MARKET 16 NO'I'II FOURTH STREET Phone 955l Yakim& If It's Fish We Have It s profession in Everett and will tempo}arily located at 205 Colby Bldg. A graduate of the University of Washington in 1940 with a BA degree, he entered the army and ser-ed 20 months in the Pacific as a captain in the Air Force. Re- turning to civilian life in January 1946 e reentered school and grad- Father McInnis recently from Ire- land, spoke on the Irish and the church. Frank Hart is the scheduled speaker for the next council meet- ing. Leo McKinn0n and his social committee are planning another social for the near future. meet at the parish hall at 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 2. Mrs. Walter Malloy, president will preside. RECE! "F FOURTH DEGREE YAKIMA. =-= Roland Brulotte, James: Lent.z, Zanon Chmp0ux and Virgil N. Qunell were the uated with an LLB degree last jy. L. 1. Hold Social " : : December. -- -= -- [ eti g at !nternatinaiMarian Me n Congress Will e Hld City Chapter DCCW Sweeney Home Hold March Meeting, ,:- :,r ...-.,,. .... ,v..-_. i EVERETT, March 26. A social The Hague (CIP) Preparations EVERETT The City Chapter meeting for members and pros-I for an Internatioffal Congress in of the Diocesan Council of Catho- pective members of the Young honor of the Holy Virgin ate now lic Women met on Thursday, at Ladies .Institute was held at the under way at laastricht. Nether- the home of Mrs. C. A. Turner. Guests ,at the meeting included Mesdames Flynn and Storey from Seattle. Mrs. Flynn giving an in- teresting talk on Seminarian Aid. Also receiving a warm welcome by the members was Mrs. E. W: Doherty, an old and valued mem- ber. who has been unable to at- tend meetings recently owing to ill health. At the conclusion of the meet- ing refreshments were served ,at a beautifully appointed tea table, irs. E. J. Killicn, eily chairman, presided. Mrs, Playford Hostess To CDA Study Club EVERETT.---Members of the C DA study club met Monday cven- mg at the home of Mrs. L. C. Playford. As,sisting hostesses were Mesdames M. Gath L. Gorman. E. Pugh and E. Wetter. ! . Irs. H. J. McCrca reviewedothe I r Li.e of Msgr. Sheen, and Mrs. I Frank Kniess gave a paper on l"Recent Notable Converts." the Misses Abbie, Agnes and Mary Preen. all of Tacoma, Mrs. M. E. Dudley, Portland, Oregon, two brothers, James A. Breen. RenD. Nee.. and P,atrick W. Breen. Los Angeles; two nephews and two nieces. Knights of Columbus who wen to' ., I Tacoma K. C. Win spokane Sunday, Ma:ch 23, col : - ,.: ... take the Fourth Degree. insuranc e Ha,nor TACOM Announcement was made this week df the oppoint- men ofEdWardEastman as Field Agent for the Knights of Colum- bug Supreme (0uncil Insurance Department. Mr. Eastman, a mem- ber' of ;tacoma Council, will have supervision over western Washing- home of Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney. lands. It is scheduled to be tield Wednesday evening last. The September 3-7, 1947. An Exhibi- rooms were decorated with green tion. "Our Lady in Art", is epet- and white streamers carrying out ed to be r ore of the principal at- the St. Patrick Day m6tif. Cards] tractions. A number of famoms were enjoyed by the guests, miraculous images of the H01y All members were urged to at-]Virgin from different parts of-the ]world are to be included in th tend an important meeting on j exhibitiOnChfirch..authorities " -" ' " • Marcb at the home of Mrs I of Hugh Monahan. when plans will lTongres..Bei_iu 'g Liege ano have pr0mised be made £or the District Confer- ence to be held in April. :,to send the: famous images of ............. l"Our Lady, Mpther of All", '"the Virgin, Gate of Heaven". "Our La- Personal and Social !dy r Chcvrcmont", and "Our La- EVERECr.-Th engagemont ¢)ltdy of Tongres."' Miss "Eleanor Herman. daughte:'i - ____ -_ ........ of Mr. and Mrs. J.mes B. Her- Organize College W.omen man. Sr of Lake Chaplain. for ..... - - , ::. . =..:.. merly of this city, to John R. Kel- Par!s., Study G¢oup. , iogg. son of, Mr. and Mrs. Dolbcrt McLEAN. X aT---Re):ganiat]m  L. Kellogg, 3036 Kr0mer. Avenue. Iof the Pari, Study Group fo has recently bee announced. No Woman. under Catholic auspices. date has been set for the wed-i for the school year of 19!7-48 is dinE. planned by Miss Erin Samson oZ Miss Helen Walsh. who has McLean. Va.. a former member been visitinz her brother. Harold!,ff the faculty of Trinity Colleze. WaI,'h and Mrs. Walsh. left last Washington. who first formed the Friday for Honolulu. Hawaii. group in 1928, where she plans to make an in-I St, udents, who will remain dJfinite stay. _ ;ll)ro:l(1 from. O(:tolb'r to (-,q.rly .hi_- ton. The appointment was made by Joseph A. Bradley, who ks in charge of the entire Pacific Coast area. Mr. Eastman is a parish- ioner of St. Patrick's and has be- longed to the Knights ot Colum- bus for 25 years. Announce Birth o,f Son. TACOMA --- Tacoma friends are interested in news of the birth. recently at Providence Hospital. i Seattle' of a son to ,Mr. and Mrs • Marcu.s J. Woods. Mrs. Woods is the former Betty Lou Van Rooy and is the daughtcr of Mrs. C. W. Van Rooy of Tacoma, and the late C. vV. Van Rooy. Also sharing the joy are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. W'oods of Tacoma. Iv, 1948. will attend the Sorbonne ad Catholic Institute and live with French families. During the" holidays they travel and spend Easter in Rome. They receive a full year of college credit and can obtain a diploma from the S or- btllUl(. Holy Saturday ceremonies will begin at 7 a. m." with Solemn Mass .at 7:30. St. Joseph Parish the Three Hours will be observed• on Good FridaY, in Holy Rosary Church from :12 to 3 p. m. The Holy Rosary choir will sing. Musical selection' will include the processional, "Crucifixion" by J. Stainer, "The Seven Last Wods," musical setting>Sr Steiner, sung by the choir=under direction of George L. Mitchell and with Mrs. Ann Bezich at the organ. The congregation will sing the Stahat Mater and other familiar Lenten hymns. TACOMA -- Palm Sunday will be observed in St. Joseph Church Sth a high Mass at 8:30, .the blessing and distribution of palms preceding the Mass. Gregorian mu- sic will be sung by the men's choir. I by benediction. On Monday, Tuesday, and Vted- nesday of Holy Vteek, daily Mass will be at 8:30. Wednesday even- ing Lenten devotions will begin at 7:3C. High Mass on Holy Thursday will begin at 9:00 and Holy Hour Mass at 11 o'clock, Palm Sunday. Evening devotions at 7:30 with sermon by the key. A. J. Krebs- bach, S. J. The Very Rev. Leo Eckstein, S. J., rector of Bellar- mine, will speak Wednesday even- hag at 7:30; on Holy Thursday there will be solemn high Mass ,t 8:30. Holy Hour. with sermon by Father Krebsbach at 7:30 p. m.; on Good Friday, Mass of the Pre- Sanctified will begin at 8:30, the Three Hours service is set for noon to 3 p. m. Way of the.Cross and sermon by the Rev. Russell White, S. J., will be at 7:30 p. m. Holy Saturday ceremonies will begin at 7 a. m. and conclude with solemn high Mass at 8:30. Meet at St. Joseph TACOMA -- St. Ann Guild will ' meet today (Friday) in St. Joseph parish hall. A short business ses- sion, with Mrs. Louis Schuler pre- siding, will be at 12 noon and hmcheon will begin at 12:30. The social hour will follow luncheon and there will be a "Toiletries shower" for the children of St. Ann. Parish delegates ,are asked Ribar, to bring soaps, tooth paste, tooth is scheduled for 7:30 p. m. On Good Frid:ay, the Mass of the Pre-Sanctffied will be said at 8:30 and at 7:30 in the evening there will be VeRy of the Cross and Veneration of the Cross. Cere- monies on Holy Saturday will start at 8:00 a. m. K. C. TO ENTERTAIN All men of the parish, including I Mothers Club of the Holy N.ame and other men's] Sacred Heart To societies, will receive Communion in a body at this Mass. At 10:30 Meet On Wednesday= there will be low Mass followed TACOMA- The Mother;s-Club of Sacred Heart School will meet at 8 P. M. Wednesday, April 2, I in the school ball. Mrs. Robert I TACOMA. All Patrol Boys of Palmquist, president, Will preside] thegaestsPar°chialof the SchoolsKnights willof Colum-be the and hostesses are: Mesdames Will-'! bus at 7:30 p. m. Friday, April lam Mullen, Stewart Noyes, Grance I Z1, in the K. of C. Hall, Sixth and Reise and Joseph Snider. Seele Streets. The committee in charge promis- St. Ann's Guild To [es an evening of entertainment and refreshments as a reward to the boys who in rain and shine pro- tect the school children at import- ant crossings. I The boys will be picked up at 7:15 p. m. in front of their re- I spective schools and then motored to the K. of C. Hall and after the prcgram they will be brought to Y.L.I, Visiting their homes. Committee Named There will be 10 boys from St. Leo, 12 from Holy Rosary, 15 TACOMA. Miss Irene from St. Patrick, 10 from Sacred president of Y. L. I., haa named brushes, etc., for the shower. Heart School and 9 from Visita- the following visiting committee\\; [ Mrs. Harry Johnson will be the tion. for the coming month- Mesdames I luncheon chairman. S. J. Mantz, G. R. Lantz, H. F. ] PARISH GROUPS MEET AT • Lewis, Misses Kathryn Priest. ] SIENA CLUB MEETS STS. 'PETER-PAUL HALL Catherine McGavick, M:abel Qual- TACOMA Mrs. Cal Kirk en- TACOMA -- The Kuppel Club of ley and May Meyer. tertained Thursday evening at her [ Sts. Peter and Paul parish will home on Prospect St., for mere- meet at 8:30 Saturday in the par- bers of Siena Club. Mrs. Joseph[ish hall. Funeral Services Manley presided and Miss Wini- Sis. Peter and Paul Post, Cath- • , fred Henriot reviewed "Three tulle War Veterans. will meet at For Katherine Broz Worlds" by Timasheff. The even- ] 7:30 Tuesday evening in the social From Visitation ing closed with the tea hour. hall. For all your furniture UPHOLSTERY needs, call on Thadens' FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY Center and Jay, Tacoma BRoadway 2364 FOR PAROCHIAL A STATE PATROL TACOMA Requiem Mass Wed- nesday, in Visitation church mark- ed the funeral of Mrs. Katherine B. Broz. 5618 South Puget Sound Ave., who died Sunday. Inter- ment was in Calvary. Mrs. Broz was a native of Croatia, and came to the United States in 1903. to Tacoma in 1907. Her loss m mourned by her hus- band, Fabian (Frank) Bz'oz of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Mecum, Tacoma; three sons, Frarik M. Broz. Tacoma, Dr. Will- i.am R. Broz, Seattle, Joe R. Broz, Los Angeles, and by 10 grandchil- dren. Requiem Mass For Mrs. Anna Merkle TACOMA. Requiem Mass was offered for Mrs. Anna Merkle in Visitation Church, Tuesday. Mrs. Merkle. 86 years old, died last Thursday at Mr. Angel, Oregon. Interment was in Calvary. Mrs. Merkle's los is mourned by five sons. Carl of Mr. Angel, leo. Matt and Albert, all of Taco- ma, Henry of Puya]lup and by four daughters. Miss Catherine Merkle. Portland. Mrs. Oliver An- slow. Vancouver. B. C., Mrs. Ann Stahl, Mr. Angel, and Sister Car-! melita, Beaverton, Oregon. It Parochial League : Softball Scores! TACOMA. Here are scores in! P:trochiM League Softball games: I Boys' League Scores: ', Vis.itation 15 and Sacred Heart! 5. 1 Holy Rosary 11 vs. Ho.ly Cross 4. St. Lo's 29 vs. St. Patrick's 9. Holy Rosary 39 vs. Sacred Heart 3. Holy Rosary 19 vs. St. Pat- tick's 5. St. Leo's 20 vs. Visitation l l Girls" Lea'ne Score: lloly losary 17 s. Visil-(tion I 1.. [N TIME of bereavement you welcome the help of an experienced mortician. This mortuary has specialized in Cath- olic funerals for 39 years. A funeral service adapted to needs of every family GAFFNEY OI00T UA00Y t