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Fiday, March 28, 1947 C_THOEIC NORT 14WEST PROGRESS Poge F| Christophers :=Official . 0ffer$30,000 Novena For Vocations ForlopB00ks... T The Priesthood - 0 ,:-(Continued from Page II 1 . : . i " : ' f " r THE annual diocesan novena for- ocations to the priesthood I-- begins Easter Sunday, April 6." scripts submitted before mid- night, November 15, 1948, which are deemed best by the judges. The. awards are to be outright gifts, and not, as in most other cont{ists of this kind, partly as an advance ,against royalties. The first award will be $15,000, the second award $10,000, and the third $5,OO0. The manuscripts may be .either fiction or biography, ad- venture, romance, myste', or any choice of the individual-- so long s the entries are based on Christian principles ,and not against them. Contest judges will include: Myles Connolty of Hollywood, mo- tion picture writer and producer: Father John S. Kennedy of Hart- ford, author and critic, literary editor of The Catholic Transcript of Hartford, Clare Booth Lace. former Congresswoman, editor, author, playwright and lecturer, Mry O'Hara of Wyoming, author, ! and FiJlton Oursler of New York, a senior editor of The Reader's Digest. It is stated that "hundreds of Christopher writers" have al- ready taken positions on news- papers and magazines, in ptfb- lishing houses, radio stations and movie studios; that "they are helping to restore high Standards to the writing pro- fession," but that the)" are yet only a handfull Information about tee Contest nay be secured by writing to: The Chi-istophers Book Awart, 121 East 39th Street, New Yok, N.Y. Nancy Hanks Lincoln, mother 0f Abraham Lincoln, died October 15, 1818, at the early age of 35 years. I THIS LITTLE PIGGY IS ON THE MARKET -Piggy oank economy is all right for children. But you want your money invested safely and sanely in saHng where it's insm'ed by a gov- ernmen$ agency up to $5,000, earns tice a year dividen&. Take this first step owards security. $1.00 will open your account with Puget Sound Savings today. " Corner Second &re. And Madison Street T. M. DONAHOE President STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES -. OFFICE FURNITURE :Trick & Murray MAin 1440 115 Seneca St. Seattle, 1 The following prayers may be used: 1. Prayersto be said by all the faithful: 0 Mary Queen of the clergy of our Diocese, pray for us. Obtain vocations for our boys and lead them to the Holy Priesthood. (50 days indulgence) 2. Family prayers for vocations: 0 Jesus bless our home and family and give us gTace so to guide our little ones in Christ that from among them may be some to follow in Thy footsteps in the priesthood. I (50 days indulgence) 3. Candidates' Prayer: Sweet Jesus, Priest and Redeemer, grant me, I beseech Thee, grace to know my vocation to the priesthood in our Diocese and strength joyfully to follow it for Thy greater: honor and glory and the salvation of souls whom Thou mayest call me to save. (50 days indulgence) 4. Prayer for Vocations to our Diocesan Priesthood: (The following prayer is to be recited at the opening of each class in all parochial schools or their equivalent in the diocese from this date until the close of the present school year, also at all public novena services.) Lord Jesus Christ, Savior of the world by Thy Holy Priest- hood, we humbly beg of Thee, Eternal Shepherd, to inspire Thy flock of the Diocese of Seattle and to instill in our hearts the Spirit which Thou didst so abundantly bestow on Thy Apostles. Call, we pray Thee, to the aid of our Diocese many to the ecclesiastical state, and may zeal for Thy glory and for the salvation of souls inflame those whom Thou dost choose. May virtue make them holy and Thy spirit strength- en them unto the Holy priesthood. (50 days indulgence) INDULGENCES: To the faithful who, to obtain priestly or religious voca- tions, shall have recited any prayer approved by ecclesias- tical authoritY', there is granted an indulgence of seven years. A plenary idulgence on the usual condition, once in the month; provided that daily, during the entire month, the prayer shall have been recited (Sacred Penit. May 17, 1927). A plenary hdulgence is granted to the faithful who pray FR, TONER URGES PROFIT SHARING r IN U,S, INDUSTRY OLYMPIA. Addressing a bus] ness association convention in Olympia, attended by delegates [ from South America and Canada, Saturday, the "Rev. Jerome L. Toner, O.S.B., professor of .Indus- trial Relations at St. Martin Cbl- lege, declared American indus- trialists must save the Free En- terprise System by making the profit system work. Father Toner, who recently ap- peared before the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to give testimony on pending legislation, explained that the profit system can be saved only when the masters of the Free Enterprise System share the profits with the employes. This, he added, creates capitalists out of employes for it gives them a sense of ownership. This sense generates responsi- bility and increases efficiency of production. Willingly and auto- matically, he said, the employes 1 bake a bigger pie for they know i that there will be a "contractual I cutting" and "rightful" sharing of ] that ge of profits, j lJrges Help For Unions I Father Toner pointed out that i there are innumerable examples in t this country where profit-sharing] has proved extremely h'eneficial 1 to capital and 1,abor. American 1 Democracy, both political and in-] dustrl, can he cured of the can- cer of communism only if and when the united effort of indus- trialists and unionists cleans the communists from factory, office and institutions, Father Toner added. Unions, said he, need your help to preserve the unions and make Democracy live. It will live when the food of communism-- poverty and irreligion--is de- stroyed. PREMIERE OF ST. CABglNI FILM WASHINGTON. -- First public showings of "Citizen Saint," a biographical film about the life and works of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, will be held in Constitu- Seminarians Display Teaching Methods Seminarians point to teaching methods displayed in the Con- fraternity Day Exhibit at St. Edward Seminary. Left to right are John O'Brien and Arthnr Meriens, both of Spokane and Joln McCoy, of Helena, president of the Confraternity. Seminarians Exhibit Shows Confraternity ' Teaching Techniques Teaching Sisters Invite---d To----Visit Seminary Sunday and Inspect Interesting Display Set Up By Future Pastors I EXPERIENCE gained for their future work as pastors is interestingly recorded by students at St. Edward Semi- nary in the Confraternity Day exhibits set up, Tuesday, in the seminary library. Many media were employed by the seminarians to demon- strate methods of imparting re-i ligious instruction to all age levels I methods for instructing children in parishes where they soon wi!liand for adults, discussion study serve as curates and pastors. EX-lciubs and distribution of Catholic hints range from simple paper!r, ewspapers magazifles and pamph- cut-'outs making graphic the stor-llet s are recommended means. ies from the Bible and recordings! To obtain practice in this of the Lord's Prayer, to koda-I chrome slides and motion pictures i teaching, seminarians at' St. Ed- ward spend one hour each Sun- before the Blessed Sacrament in any church or public ora- tion Hall here April 12. 13, 14. The motion picture was completed tory for at :least a half hour for vocations to the priesthood early in February in the New and in addition go to Confession and receive Holy Commun- York studios of RKO-Pathe. ion. (Sacred Penit. May 24, 1921 and June 24, 1936.) [! Pennissiois: granted for Benediction of the Most Blessed I I T  r h I r r I Sacrament in all churches and chapels of the Diocese during ([ / I1 g E IJ u l N G R! N G the Novena for Vocations, April 6 to 14. I'  - " " " 1947 & WEDDING is a formal ridge, quite in contrast to the former vmrcn ,  ceremony by which the )ublicity. THIS CHANCERY " By Order of the days of courtship and the be- Much more unfortunate is the Most Reverend Bishop. March 28, 1947. v O#icial 00O[[icial .e I"o',00n"Co"ec'ionl pASTORS and others con- T  annual collection for the cerned are asked to remind preservation of the Holy the faithful on Sunday, places in Palestine will be March 30, that by virtue of taken up in all the churches the regulations issued Febru- of the Diocese on Good Fri- ary 7, 1947, Good Friday, day. The Reverend Pastors April 4, in addition to being a day of abstinence is also a day of fast and Holy Satur- day, April 5 until 12 noon is a depicting the action in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Purpose of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine is to bring re- ligious instruction to elementary and high school pupils who can- not attend Catholic schools and to adults who have not had oppor- tmity to be thoroughly instructed in the teachings of their faith. In- struction classes and religious va- cation schools are Confraternity are requested to forward the of this collection to the "Chancery without delay. THE CHANCERY. hct that even the ordinary legal trothal period are brought to regulations are not observed by a close and married life be- some today Runaway marriages, to gins. It is a public recognition that avoid the parties' vwn state laws. the couple are now husband and are quite commonplace. One even day of fast'and abstinence. By Order of the Most THE CHANCERY. Reverend Bishop. By Order of the Most March 28, 1947. day at Bothell, Kirkland, or Lu- ther Burbank Parental School leaching the various grades. As teacher, helper, and ssociate member, each seminarian spends many hours acquainting himself with all phases of onfraternity work. Officers of the Confraternity at St. Edwardare: Father William 4orris, S. S., Reverend Modera- tor; John J. McCoy, president; James P. Gannon, vice-president; E,]ward C Boyle, treasurer and Francis Kennard, secretary. On the committee for "Confra- ternity Day" were Anthony Brown, John Domin, Ernest Burns, James Maltahan, the Rev. Mr. Stohr and Arthur Mertens. Observance of "Confraternity Day," Tuesday, the feast of the Annunciation, began with a dia- logue Mass celebrated by the Very wife and that the two have assumed comes across an occasional Catholic Rev. John P. McCormick, S. S., [resident of the seminary This couple that shows, much as would ....... . . community IVLaSS a b a m was a petulant httle spoiled ehzld, d;s- ....... " "  ........ * *v.^  ........ ,;. "U^l--If!low'e Dy a solemn nigh Mass [Jlauz at ttz law wnx.s/ xul _ .......  -- ......... at wmcn tne rtev .air bonr gave Dlotner L:flurcfl has 1pun(1 necessary  a " " . sermon explaining the Confra- to make m order to uphold the dig- . .. ,, I [rmty nity of marriage and to protect me - " home. Indeed, it is not unknown I Sisters teaching in Seattle and the duties and privileges consequent upon the marital union. Catholics, of course, realize that marriage is a sacrament There is something very attractive and inspiring about a Catholic wed- ding service--two people standing reverently before the altar of God as they take each otner for husband or wife. They stand in the spring- time of their youth, unfalteringly before the altar of God, as they I Church takes cognizance of such take each other for husband and ca B I ses. ut many secret marriages to- wife. "Ihey are determined, come I day have no real legitimate basis, n the ears ahead, I z ef]nzt 1 what may i y " and there " d " " ey an unwhole- that couples defy these laws. totheir environs who are interested in lifelong shame and regret, the Confraternity display meth- od of teaching are inviteci to vis- There may be good reason at il St. Edward Seminiarv, Sun- times for an unusually quiet wed- day, March 30 from 1 to4 p. m. ding. even for a secret wedding. The Lectures will be given on the work and its possibilities and seminar.'ns will explain all de- tails of their interesting exhibi- tion. never to retrace their steps. In joys and sorrows, in successes and failures, in sickness and in health, they will together build a home and walk life's pathway to the journey's end.. Until recent times the wedding day was generally looked upon as some flavor about them. Further- more, there is at least the negative result of not furnishing the health- ful influence which he impressive ceremonial of the past commonly provided. The ideal must always be a public wedding, with the full ritual of the Reverend ishop. JTT [  [" /'t f*c*al an'sne oflifethe. AllgreateStpossibledaySsolemnityina wom- Churc hwas ] M. and including the Nuptial March 28, 1947. [ J lent the occasion. Relatives, friends [ll)lUL|y and neighbors gathered in Large-- The Interstate Commerce corn- 01Is numbers to rejoice with the pair,| PADI)EN and MORIARTY while the ceremony was made as| 12_12 .American Building mission was established by Con- " ...... t / seame a washington 1 $ pubhc as possmm ann as emDora e / IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE g.ressary 4,in1887.an act :passed on Fehru- T HE Reverend Parish Priests Ins, means would allow.. Many hands ! ] * oStatev.ing.--mf Wash!ng'tOnrobate.fOr the County were ready to help m order that, in the Matter of the Estate of Arthur and all others concerned everythiug might go smoothly and F. Church, deceased. No. 91791. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition Great forestsl chiefly may dall at the Chancery for that the bride and groom might be for Distribution. make the state of Washington the their new supply of Holy Oils leading lumber.state of the Union. on 'Good Friday, April 4. AVENUE BEAUTY SALON COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE -Specializing in Spiral Permanent Waving & Marcelling Alice Peterson, new owner 2315 24th N.; CA. 2131 Spittler Co. ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTING L. M. (SPIKE) SPITTLER ,506 Broadway : CA. 6316 THE CHANCERY. By Order of the Most Reverend Bishop. I March 28, 1947. I Forty Hours Devotion I THFortfHours De-'v'oii o-''il l be held, during tile' month of April, according to the following schedule: First Sunday: St. Margaret, Se- attle; Star of the Sea, Bremerton; St. John, Cle Elum. Second Sunday: St. George, Se- attle; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw. Enumclaw. Third Sunday: St. Joseph, Fern- dale; St. Joseph, Wenatchee. Fourth Sunday: St. James. Vancouver; St. Anthbny, Renton; Sacred Heart, Seattle. It was in 1869 that the terri- tory of Wyoming (now the state of Wyoming) was the first to grant the right of suffrage to its female ciUzeru spared all possible worry an d fatigue..Very generally, both bride and groom carried with them into their new life a large store of hap- py and pleasant memories of the event that marked their entrance into married life. The Church still favors this attitude Of the past and is eager to clothe the ceremony with all the wealth of her ritual More recently, however, the situa- tion has changed somewhat. The custom of having the simplest wed- ding possible, and even avoiding everything except the minimum of legal requirements, has grown con- siderably. There is often an air of secretiveness thrown around mar- Notice is hereby given that Hecla A. Church, administratrix de bonis non, of the Estate of Arthur F..Church, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property t(: the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said administratrix de bonis non; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 17th day of April, 1947, at 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person in- terested in said Estate may appear and file objections therto and contest the same. Dated this 15th day of 1Varch, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for 'Estate. 1212 American Bldg., Seait]e, Wash. By NORMAN F. JOHNSON Deputy. First publication March 21, 1947. Final publication April 4, 1947. 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T The Priesthood - 0 ,:-(Continued from Page II 1 . : . i " : ' f " r THE annual diocesan novena for- ocations to the priesthood I-- begins Easter Sunday, April 6." scripts submitted before mid- night, November 15, 1948, which are deemed best by the judges. The. awards are to be outright gifts, and not, as in most other cont{ists of this kind, partly as an advance ,against royalties. The first award will be $15,000, the second award $10,000, and the third $5,OO0. The manuscripts may be .either fiction or biography, ad- venture, romance, myste', or any choice of the individual-- so long s the entries are based on Christian principles ,and not against them. Contest judges will include: Myles Connolty of Hollywood, mo- tion picture writer and producer: Father John S. Kennedy of Hart- ford, author and critic, literary editor of The Catholic Transcript of Hartford, Clare Booth Lace. former Congresswoman, editor, author, playwright and lecturer, Mry O'Hara of Wyoming, author, ! and FiJlton Oursler of New York, a senior editor of The Reader's Digest. It is stated that "hundreds of Christopher writers" have al- ready taken positions on news- papers and magazines, in ptfb- lishing houses, radio stations and movie studios; that "they are helping to restore high Standards to the writing pro- fession," but that the)" are yet only a handfull Information about tee Contest nay be secured by writing to: The Chi-istophers Book Awart, 121 East 39th Street, New Yok, N.Y. Nancy Hanks Lincoln, mother 0f Abraham Lincoln, died October 15, 1818, at the early age of 35 years. I THIS LITTLE PIGGY IS ON THE MARKET -Piggy oank economy is all right for children. But you want your money invested safely and sanely in saHng where it's insm'ed by a gov- ernmen$ agency up to $5,000, earns tice a year dividen&. Take this first step owards security. $1.00 will open your account with Puget Sound Savings today. " Corner Second &re. And Madison Street T. M. DONAHOE President STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES -. OFFICE FURNITURE :Trick & Murray MAin 1440 115 Seneca St. Seattle, 1 The following prayers may be used: 1. Prayersto be said by all the faithful: 0 Mary Queen of the clergy of our Diocese, pray for us. Obtain vocations for our boys and lead them to the Holy Priesthood. (50 days indulgence) 2. Family prayers for vocations: 0 Jesus bless our home and family and give us gTace so to guide our little ones in Christ that from among them may be some to follow in Thy footsteps in the priesthood. I (50 days indulgence) 3. Candidates' Prayer: Sweet Jesus, Priest and Redeemer, grant me, I beseech Thee, grace to know my vocation to the priesthood in our Diocese and strength joyfully to follow it for Thy greater: honor and glory and the salvation of souls whom Thou mayest call me to save. (50 days indulgence) 4. Prayer for Vocations to our Diocesan Priesthood: (The following prayer is to be recited at the opening of each class in all parochial schools or their equivalent in the diocese from this date until the close of the present school year, also at all public novena services.) Lord Jesus Christ, Savior of the world by Thy Holy Priest- hood, we humbly beg of Thee, Eternal Shepherd, to inspire Thy flock of the Diocese of Seattle and to instill in our hearts the Spirit which Thou didst so abundantly bestow on Thy Apostles. Call, we pray Thee, to the aid of our Diocese many to the ecclesiastical state, and may zeal for Thy glory and for the salvation of souls inflame those whom Thou dost choose. May virtue make them holy and Thy spirit strength- en them unto the Holy priesthood. (50 days indulgence) INDULGENCES: To the faithful who, to obtain priestly or religious voca- tions, shall have recited any prayer approved by ecclesias- tical authoritY', there is granted an indulgence of seven years. A plenary idulgence on the usual condition, once in the month; provided that daily, during the entire month, the prayer shall have been recited (Sacred Penit. May 17, 1927). A plenary hdulgence is granted to the faithful who pray FR, TONER URGES PROFIT SHARING r IN U,S, INDUSTRY OLYMPIA. Addressing a bus] ness association convention in Olympia, attended by delegates [ from South America and Canada, Saturday, the "Rev. Jerome L. Toner, O.S.B., professor of .Indus- trial Relations at St. Martin Cbl- lege, declared American indus- trialists must save the Free En- terprise System by making the profit system work. Father Toner, who recently ap- peared before the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to give testimony on pending legislation, explained that the profit system can be saved only when the masters of the Free Enterprise System share the profits with the employes. This, he added, creates capitalists out of employes for it gives them a sense of ownership. This sense generates responsi- bility and increases efficiency of production. Willingly and auto- matically, he said, the employes 1 bake a bigger pie for they know i that there will be a "contractual I cutting" and "rightful" sharing of ] that ge of profits, j lJrges Help For Unions I Father Toner pointed out that i there are innumerable examples in t this country where profit-sharing] has proved extremely h'eneficial 1 to capital and 1,abor. American 1 Democracy, both political and in-] dustrl, can he cured of the can- cer of communism only if and when the united effort of indus- trialists and unionists cleans the communists from factory, office and institutions, Father Toner added. Unions, said he, need your help to preserve the unions and make Democracy live. It will live when the food of communism-- poverty and irreligion--is de- stroyed. PREMIERE OF ST. CABglNI FILM WASHINGTON. -- First public showings of "Citizen Saint," a biographical film about the life and works of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, will be held in Constitu- Seminarians Display Teaching Methods Seminarians point to teaching methods displayed in the Con- fraternity Day Exhibit at St. Edward Seminary. Left to right are John O'Brien and Arthnr Meriens, both of Spokane and Joln McCoy, of Helena, president of the Confraternity. Seminarians Exhibit Shows Confraternity ' Teaching Techniques Teaching Sisters Invite---d To----Visit Seminary Sunday and Inspect Interesting Display Set Up By Future Pastors I EXPERIENCE gained for their future work as pastors is interestingly recorded by students at St. Edward Semi- nary in the Confraternity Day exhibits set up, Tuesday, in the seminary library. Many media were employed by the seminarians to demon- strate methods of imparting re-i ligious instruction to all age levels I methods for instructing children in parishes where they soon wi!liand for adults, discussion study serve as curates and pastors. EX-lciubs and distribution of Catholic hints range from simple paper!r, ewspapers magazifles and pamph- cut-'outs making graphic the stor-llet s are recommended means. ies from the Bible and recordings! To obtain practice in this of the Lord's Prayer, to koda-I chrome slides and motion pictures i teaching, seminarians at' St. Ed- ward spend one hour each Sun- before the Blessed Sacrament in any church or public ora- tion Hall here April 12. 13, 14. The motion picture was completed tory for at :least a half hour for vocations to the priesthood early in February in the New and in addition go to Confession and receive Holy Commun- York studios of RKO-Pathe. ion. (Sacred Penit. May 24, 1921 and June 24, 1936.) [! Pennissiois: granted for Benediction of the Most Blessed I I T  r h I r r I Sacrament in all churches and chapels of the Diocese during ([ / I1 g E IJ u l N G R! N G the Novena for Vocations, April 6 to 14. I'  - " " " 1947 & WEDDING is a formal ridge, quite in contrast to the former vmrcn ,  ceremony by which the )ublicity. THIS CHANCERY " By Order of the days of courtship and the be- Much more unfortunate is the Most Reverend Bishop. March 28, 1947. v O#icial 00O[[icial .e I"o',00n"Co"ec'ionl pASTORS and others con- T  annual collection for the cerned are asked to remind preservation of the Holy the faithful on Sunday, places in Palestine will be March 30, that by virtue of taken up in all the churches the regulations issued Febru- of the Diocese on Good Fri- ary 7, 1947, Good Friday, day. The Reverend Pastors April 4, in addition to being a day of abstinence is also a day of fast and Holy Satur- day, April 5 until 12 noon is a depicting the action in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Purpose of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine is to bring re- ligious instruction to elementary and high school pupils who can- not attend Catholic schools and to adults who have not had oppor- tmity to be thoroughly instructed in the teachings of their faith. In- struction classes and religious va- cation schools are Confraternity are requested to forward the of this collection to the "Chancery without delay. THE CHANCERY. hct that even the ordinary legal trothal period are brought to regulations are not observed by a close and married life be- some today Runaway marriages, to gins. It is a public recognition that avoid the parties' vwn state laws. the couple are now husband and are quite commonplace. One even day of fast'and abstinence. By Order of the Most THE CHANCERY. Reverend Bishop. By Order of the Most March 28, 1947. day at Bothell, Kirkland, or Lu- ther Burbank Parental School leaching the various grades. As teacher, helper, and ssociate member, each seminarian spends many hours acquainting himself with all phases of onfraternity work. Officers of the Confraternity at St. Edwardare: Father William 4orris, S. S., Reverend Modera- tor; John J. McCoy, president; James P. Gannon, vice-president; E,]ward C Boyle, treasurer and Francis Kennard, secretary. On the committee for "Confra- ternity Day" were Anthony Brown, John Domin, Ernest Burns, James Maltahan, the Rev. Mr. Stohr and Arthur Mertens. Observance of "Confraternity Day," Tuesday, the feast of the Annunciation, began with a dia- logue Mass celebrated by the Very wife and that the two have assumed comes across an occasional Catholic Rev. John P. McCormick, S. S., [resident of the seminary This couple that shows, much as would ....... . . community IVLaSS a b a m was a petulant httle spoiled ehzld, d;s- ....... " "  ........ * *v.^  ........ ,;. "U^l--If!low'e Dy a solemn nigh Mass [Jlauz at ttz law wnx.s/ xul _ .......  -- ......... at wmcn tne rtev .air bonr gave Dlotner L:flurcfl has 1pun(1 necessary  a " " . sermon explaining the Confra- to make m order to uphold the dig- . .. ,, I [rmty nity of marriage and to protect me - " home. Indeed, it is not unknown I Sisters teaching in Seattle and the duties and privileges consequent upon the marital union. Catholics, of course, realize that marriage is a sacrament There is something very attractive and inspiring about a Catholic wed- ding service--two people standing reverently before the altar of God as they take each otner for husband or wife. They stand in the spring- time of their youth, unfalteringly before the altar of God, as they I Church takes cognizance of such take each other for husband and ca B I ses. ut many secret marriages to- wife. "Ihey are determined, come I day have no real legitimate basis, n the ears ahead, I z ef]nzt 1 what may i y " and there " d " " ey an unwhole- that couples defy these laws. totheir environs who are interested in lifelong shame and regret, the Confraternity display meth- od of teaching are inviteci to vis- There may be good reason at il St. Edward Seminiarv, Sun- times for an unusually quiet wed- day, March 30 from 1 to4 p. m. ding. even for a secret wedding. The Lectures will be given on the work and its possibilities and seminar.'ns will explain all de- tails of their interesting exhibi- tion. never to retrace their steps. In joys and sorrows, in successes and failures, in sickness and in health, they will together build a home and walk life's pathway to the journey's end.. Until recent times the wedding day was generally looked upon as some flavor about them. Further- more, there is at least the negative result of not furnishing the health- ful influence which he impressive ceremonial of the past commonly provided. The ideal must always be a public wedding, with the full ritual of the Reverend ishop. JTT [  [" /'t f*c*al an'sne oflifethe. AllgreateStpossibledaySsolemnityina wom- Churc hwas ] M. and including the Nuptial March 28, 1947. [ J lent the occasion. Relatives, friends [ll)lUL|y and neighbors gathered in Large-- The Interstate Commerce corn- 01Is numbers to rejoice with the pair,| PADI)EN and MORIARTY while the ceremony was made as| 12_12 .American Building mission was established by Con- " ...... t / seame a washington 1 $ pubhc as possmm ann as emDora e / IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE g.ressary 4,in1887.an act :passed on Fehru- T HE Reverend Parish Priests Ins, means would allow.. Many hands ! ] * oStatev.ing.--mf Wash!ng'tOnrobate.fOr the County were ready to help m order that, in the Matter of the Estate of Arthur and all others concerned everythiug might go smoothly and F. Church, deceased. No. 91791. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition Great forestsl chiefly may dall at the Chancery for that the bride and groom might be for Distribution. make the state of Washington the their new supply of Holy Oils leading lumber.state of the Union. on 'Good Friday, April 4. AVENUE BEAUTY SALON COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE -Specializing in Spiral Permanent Waving & Marcelling Alice Peterson, new owner 2315 24th N.; CA. 2131 Spittler Co. ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTING L. M. (SPIKE) SPITTLER ,506 Broadway : CA. 6316 THE CHANCERY. By Order of the Most Reverend Bishop. I March 28, 1947. I Forty Hours Devotion I THFortfHours De-'v'oii o-''il l be held, during tile' month of April, according to the following schedule: First Sunday: St. Margaret, Se- attle; Star of the Sea, Bremerton; St. John, Cle Elum. Second Sunday: St. George, Se- attle; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw. Enumclaw. Third Sunday: St. Joseph, Fern- dale; St. Joseph, Wenatchee. Fourth Sunday: St. James. Vancouver; St. Anthbny, Renton; Sacred Heart, Seattle. It was in 1869 that the terri- tory of Wyoming (now the state of Wyoming) was the first to grant the right of suffrage to its female ciUzeru spared all possible worry an d fatigue..Very generally, both bride and groom carried with them into their new life a large store of hap- py and pleasant memories of the event that marked their entrance into married life. The Church still favors this attitude Of the past and is eager to clothe the ceremony with all the wealth of her ritual More recently, however, the situa- tion has changed somewhat. The custom of having the simplest wed- ding possible, and even avoiding everything except the minimum of legal requirements, has grown con- siderably. There is often an air of secretiveness thrown around mar- Notice is hereby given that Hecla A. Church, administratrix de bonis non, of the Estate of Arthur F..Church, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property t(: the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said administratrix de bonis non; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 17th day of April, 1947, at 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person in- terested in said Estate may appear and file objections therto and contest the same. Dated this 15th day of 1Varch, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for 'Estate. 1212 American Bldg., Seait]e, Wash. By NORMAN F. JOHNSON Deputy. First publication March 21, 1947. Final publication April 4, 1947. OLYMPIC HOTEL th &ve. at Ulverslty COLLEGE SHOP t ME. 8801 4d}8 UniVersity Way Seattle FROM THESE LOVELY li, i: ALVI.N PATTERN SOLID SILVER FOR LIFETIME SERVICE Choosing her sterling silver pat- tern is an important decision for every woman. First, because it expresses her own individuality in good taste for charm in table appointments. Secondly, because she will live with it a lifetime. It will not wear out. Sterling is fashionable, and remains in good taste.., always. It is inexpensive, too, in terms of quality and serv- ice rendered.  Z,LC sErnN, k 2 the ideal starting Ni [2 I service, consisting of l Ih ! teaspoon, luncheon 11 i111 l,e, lucheonfork, I|!| IIII salad fork, cream llll IIii soup spoon and ,/l!!i III 1 IIII $22.75.// ] We invite your inspectiot FLO'/VERS 112934th Ave. EAst 2853 LA NELL'S NEW SPRING SUITS COATS DRESSES HATS DISTINCTIVE APPAREL 4524 University Way EV. 0933 ANNOUNCING We Are Now Authorized Dealers For Mobiloil- 00M,bilgas We Are Handling a Complete Line of GAS-OIL- LUBRICANTS TIRE: -BATTERIES i " ii NEED AN OIL BURNER OR FLOOR FURNACE? We have received a large supply of Oil Burners and Floor Furnaces and they are now ready for immedate installation. Come in and.talk over your heating problems with us. Boulevard Oil Sales 11 1 15 Des Moines Way T. H. LITTLE GL. 1595 (Complete Petroleum Service) Fiday, March 28, 1947 C_THOEIC NORT 14WEST PROGRESS Poge F| Christophers :=Official . 0ffer$30,000 Novena For Vocations ForlopB00ks... T The Priesthood - 0 ,:-(Continued from Page II 1 . : . i " : ' f " r THE annual diocesan novena for- ocations to the priesthood I-- begins Easter Sunday, April 6." scripts submitted before mid- night, November 15, 1948, which are deemed best by the judges. The. awards are to be outright gifts, and not, as in most other cont{ists of this kind, partly as an advance ,against royalties. The first award will be $15,000, the second award $10,000, and the third $5,OO0. The manuscripts may be .either fiction or biography, ad- venture, romance, myste', or any choice of the individual-- so long s the entries are based on Christian principles ,and not against them. Contest judges will include: Myles Connolty of Hollywood, mo- tion picture writer and producer: Father John S. Kennedy of Hart- ford, author and critic, literary editor of The Catholic Transcript of Hartford, Clare Booth Lace. former Congresswoman, editor, author, playwright and lecturer, Mry O'Hara of Wyoming, author, ! and FiJlton Oursler of New York, a senior editor of The Reader's Digest. It is stated that "hundreds of Christopher writers" have al- ready taken positions on news- papers and magazines, in ptfb- lishing houses, radio stations and movie studios; that "they are helping to restore high Standards to the writing pro- fession," but that the)" are yet only a handfull Information about tee Contest nay be secured by writing to: The Chi-istophers Book Awart, 121 East 39th Street, New Yok, N.Y. Nancy Hanks Lincoln, mother 0f Abraham Lincoln, died October 15, 1818, at the early age of 35 years. I THIS LITTLE PIGGY IS ON THE MARKET -Piggy oank economy is all right for children. But you want your money invested safely and sanely in saHng where it's insm'ed by a gov- ernmen$ agency up to $5,000, earns tice a year dividen&. Take this first step owards security. $1.00 will open your account with Puget Sound Savings today. " Corner Second &re. And Madison Street T. M. DONAHOE President STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES -. OFFICE FURNITURE :Trick & Murray MAin 1440 115 Seneca St. Seattle, 1 The following prayers may be used: 1. Prayersto be said by all the faithful: 0 Mary Queen of the clergy of our Diocese, pray for us. Obtain vocations for our boys and lead them to the Holy Priesthood. (50 days indulgence) 2. Family prayers for vocations: 0 Jesus bless our home and family and give us gTace so to guide our little ones in Christ that from among them may be some to follow in Thy footsteps in the priesthood. I (50 days indulgence) 3. Candidates' Prayer: Sweet Jesus, Priest and Redeemer, grant me, I beseech Thee, grace to know my vocation to the priesthood in our Diocese and strength joyfully to follow it for Thy greater: honor and glory and the salvation of souls whom Thou mayest call me to save. (50 days indulgence) 4. Prayer for Vocations to our Diocesan Priesthood: (The following prayer is to be recited at the opening of each class in all parochial schools or their equivalent in the diocese from this date until the close of the present school year, also at all public novena services.) Lord Jesus Christ, Savior of the world by Thy Holy Priest- hood, we humbly beg of Thee, Eternal Shepherd, to inspire Thy flock of the Diocese of Seattle and to instill in our hearts the Spirit which Thou didst so abundantly bestow on Thy Apostles. Call, we pray Thee, to the aid of our Diocese many to the ecclesiastical state, and may zeal for Thy glory and for the salvation of souls inflame those whom Thou dost choose. May virtue make them holy and Thy spirit strength- en them unto the Holy priesthood. (50 days indulgence) INDULGENCES: To the faithful who, to obtain priestly or religious voca- tions, shall have recited any prayer approved by ecclesias- tical authoritY', there is granted an indulgence of seven years. A plenary idulgence on the usual condition, once in the month; provided that daily, during the entire month, the prayer shall have been recited (Sacred Penit. May 17, 1927). A plenary hdulgence is granted to the faithful who pray FR, TONER URGES PROFIT SHARING r IN U,S, INDUSTRY OLYMPIA. Addressing a bus] ness association convention in Olympia, attended by delegates [ from South America and Canada, Saturday, the "Rev. Jerome L. Toner, O.S.B., professor of .Indus- trial Relations at St. Martin Cbl- lege, declared American indus- trialists must save the Free En- terprise System by making the profit system work. Father Toner, who recently ap- peared before the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to give testimony on pending legislation, explained that the profit system can be saved only when the masters of the Free Enterprise System share the profits with the employes. This, he added, creates capitalists out of employes for it gives them a sense of ownership. This sense generates responsi- bility and increases efficiency of production. Willingly and auto- matically, he said, the employes 1 bake a bigger pie for they know i that there will be a "contractual I cutting" and "rightful" sharing of ] that ge of profits, j lJrges Help For Unions I Father Toner pointed out that i there are innumerable examples in t this country where profit-sharing] has proved extremely h'eneficial 1 to capital and 1,abor. American 1 Democracy, both political and in-] dustrl, can he cured of the can- cer of communism only if and when the united effort of indus- trialists and unionists cleans the communists from factory, office and institutions, Father Toner added. Unions, said he, need your help to preserve the unions and make Democracy live. It will live when the food of communism-- poverty and irreligion--is de- stroyed. PREMIERE OF ST. CABglNI FILM WASHINGTON. -- First public showings of "Citizen Saint," a biographical film about the life and works of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, will be held in Constitu- Seminarians Display Teaching Methods Seminarians point to teaching methods displayed in the Con- fraternity Day Exhibit at St. Edward Seminary. Left to right are John O'Brien and Arthnr Meriens, both of Spokane and Joln McCoy, of Helena, president of the Confraternity. Seminarians Exhibit Shows Confraternity ' Teaching Techniques Teaching Sisters Invite---d To----Visit Seminary Sunday and Inspect Interesting Display Set Up By Future Pastors I EXPERIENCE gained for their future work as pastors is interestingly recorded by students at St. Edward Semi- nary in the Confraternity Day exhibits set up, Tuesday, in the seminary library. Many media were employed by the seminarians to demon- strate methods of imparting re-i ligious instruction to all age levels I methods for instructing children in parishes where they soon wi!liand for adults, discussion study serve as curates and pastors. EX-lciubs and distribution of Catholic hints range from simple paper!r, ewspapers magazifles and pamph- cut-'outs making graphic the stor-llet s are recommended means. ies from the Bible and recordings! To obtain practice in this of the Lord's Prayer, to koda-I chrome slides and motion pictures i teaching, seminarians at' St. Ed- ward spend one hour each Sun- before the Blessed Sacrament in any church or public ora- tion Hall here April 12. 13, 14. The motion picture was completed tory for at :least a half hour for vocations to the priesthood early in February in the New and in addition go to Confession and receive Holy Commun- York studios of RKO-Pathe. ion. (Sacred Penit. May 24, 1921 and June 24, 1936.) [! Pennissiois: granted for Benediction of the Most Blessed I I T  r h I r r I Sacrament in all churches and chapels of the Diocese during ([ / I1 g E IJ u l N G R! N G the Novena for Vocations, April 6 to 14. I'  - " " " 1947 & WEDDING is a formal ridge, quite in contrast to the former vmrcn ,  ceremony by which the )ublicity. THIS CHANCERY " By Order of the days of courtship and the be- Much more unfortunate is the Most Reverend Bishop. March 28, 1947. v O#icial 00O[[icial .e I"o',00n"Co"ec'ionl pASTORS and others con- T  annual collection for the cerned are asked to remind preservation of the Holy the faithful on Sunday, places in Palestine will be March 30, that by virtue of taken up in all the churches the regulations issued Febru- of the Diocese on Good Fri- ary 7, 1947, Good Friday, day. The Reverend Pastors April 4, in addition to being a day of abstinence is also a day of fast and Holy Satur- day, April 5 until 12 noon is a depicting the action in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Purpose of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine is to bring re- ligious instruction to elementary and high school pupils who can- not attend Catholic schools and to adults who have not had oppor- tmity to be thoroughly instructed in the teachings of their faith. In- struction classes and religious va- cation schools are Confraternity are requested to forward the of this collection to the "Chancery without delay. THE CHANCERY. hct that even the ordinary legal trothal period are brought to regulations are not observed by a close and married life be- some today Runaway marriages, to gins. It is a public recognition that avoid the parties' vwn state laws. the couple are now husband and are quite commonplace. One even day of fast'and abstinence. By Order of the Most THE CHANCERY. Reverend Bishop. By Order of the Most March 28, 1947. day at Bothell, Kirkland, or Lu- ther Burbank Parental School leaching the various grades. As teacher, helper, and ssociate member, each seminarian spends many hours acquainting himself with all phases of onfraternity work. Officers of the Confraternity at St. Edwardare: Father William 4orris, S. S., Reverend Modera- tor; John J. McCoy, president; James P. Gannon, vice-president; E,]ward C Boyle, treasurer and Francis Kennard, secretary. On the committee for "Confra- ternity Day" were Anthony Brown, John Domin, Ernest Burns, James Maltahan, the Rev. Mr. Stohr and Arthur Mertens. Observance of "Confraternity Day," Tuesday, the feast of the Annunciation, began with a dia- logue Mass celebrated by the Very wife and that the two have assumed comes across an occasional Catholic Rev. John P. McCormick, S. S., [resident of the seminary This couple that shows, much as would ....... . . community IVLaSS a b a m was a petulant httle spoiled ehzld, d;s- ....... " "  ........ * *v.^  ........ ,;. "U^l--If!low'e Dy a solemn nigh Mass [Jlauz at ttz law wnx.s/ xul _ .......  -- ......... at wmcn tne rtev .air bonr gave Dlotner L:flurcfl has 1pun(1 necessary  a " " . sermon explaining the Confra- to make m order to uphold the dig- . .. ,, I [rmty nity of marriage and to protect me - " home. Indeed, it is not unknown I Sisters teaching in Seattle and the duties and privileges consequent upon the marital union. Catholics, of course, realize that marriage is a sacrament There is something very attractive and inspiring about a Catholic wed- ding service--two people standing reverently before the altar of God as they take each otner for husband or wife. They stand in the spring- time of their youth, unfalteringly before the altar of God, as they I Church takes cognizance of such take each other for husband and ca B I ses. ut many secret marriages to- wife. "Ihey are determined, come I day have no real legitimate basis, n the ears ahead, I z ef]nzt 1 what may i y " and there " d " " ey an unwhole- that couples defy these laws. totheir environs who are interested in lifelong shame and regret, the Confraternity display meth- od of teaching are inviteci to vis- There may be good reason at il St. Edward Seminiarv, Sun- times for an unusually quiet wed- day, March 30 from 1 to4 p. m. ding. even for a secret wedding. The Lectures will be given on the work and its possibilities and seminar.'ns will explain all de- tails of their interesting exhibi- tion. never to retrace their steps. In joys and sorrows, in successes and failures, in sickness and in health, they will together build a home and walk life's pathway to the journey's end.. Until recent times the wedding day was generally looked upon as some flavor about them. Further- more, there is at least the negative result of not furnishing the health- ful influence which he impressive ceremonial of the past commonly provided. The ideal must always be a public wedding, with the full ritual of the Reverend ishop. JTT [  [" /'t f*c*al an'sne oflifethe. AllgreateStpossibledaySsolemnityina wom- Churc hwas ] M. and including the Nuptial March 28, 1947. [ J lent the occasion. Relatives, friends [ll)lUL|y and neighbors gathered in Large-- The Interstate Commerce corn- 01Is numbers to rejoice with the pair,| PADI)EN and MORIARTY while the ceremony was made as| 12_12 .American Building mission was established by Con- " ...... t / seame a washington 1 $ pubhc as possmm ann as emDora e / IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE g.ressary 4,in1887.an act :passed on Fehru- T HE Reverend Parish Priests Ins, means would allow.. Many hands ! ] * oStatev.ing.--mf Wash!ng'tOnrobate.fOr the County were ready to help m order that, in the Matter of the Estate of Arthur and all others concerned everythiug might go smoothly and F. Church, deceased. No. 91791. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition Great forestsl chiefly may dall at the Chancery for that the bride and groom might be for Distribution. make the state of Washington the their new supply of Holy Oils leading lumber.state of the Union. on 'Good Friday, April 4. AVENUE BEAUTY SALON COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE -Specializing in Spiral Permanent Waving & Marcelling Alice Peterson, new owner 2315 24th N.; CA. 2131 Spittler Co. ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTING L. M. (SPIKE) SPITTLER ,506 Broadway : CA. 6316 THE CHANCERY. By Order of the Most Reverend Bishop. I March 28, 1947. I Forty Hours Devotion I THFortfHours De-'v'oii o-''il l be held, during tile' month of April, according to the following schedule: First Sunday: St. Margaret, Se- attle; Star of the Sea, Bremerton; St. John, Cle Elum. Second Sunday: St. George, Se- attle; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw. Enumclaw. Third Sunday: St. Joseph, Fern- dale; St. Joseph, Wenatchee. Fourth Sunday: St. James. Vancouver; St. Anthbny, Renton; Sacred Heart, Seattle. It was in 1869 that the terri- tory of Wyoming (now the state of Wyoming) was the first to grant the right of suffrage to its female ciUzeru spared all possible worry an d fatigue..Very generally, both bride and groom carried with them into their new life a large store of hap- py and pleasant memories of the event that marked their entrance into married life. The Church still favors this attitude Of the past and is eager to clothe the ceremony with all the wealth of her ritual More recently, however, the situa- tion has changed somewhat. The custom of having the simplest wed- ding possible, and even avoiding everything except the minimum of legal requirements, has grown con- siderably. There is often an air of secretiveness thrown around mar- Notice is hereby given that Hecla A. Church, administratrix de bonis non, of the Estate of Arthur F..Church, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property t(: the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said administratrix de bonis non; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 17th day of April, 1947, at 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person in- terested in said Estate may appear and file objections therto and contest the same. Dated this 15th day of 1Varch, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for 'Estate. 1212 American Bldg., Seait]e, Wash. By NORMAN F. JOHNSON Deputy. First publication March 21, 1947. Final publication April 4, 1947. OLYMPIC HOTEL th &ve. at Ulverslty COLLEGE SHOP t ME. 8801 4d}8 UniVersity Way Seattle FROM THESE LOVELY li, i: ALVI.N PATTERN SOLID SILVER FOR LIFETIME SERVICE Choosing her sterling silver pat- tern is an important decision for every woman. First, because it expresses her own individuality in good taste for charm in table appointments. Secondly, because she will live with it a lifetime. It will not wear out. Sterling is fashionable, and remains in good taste.., always. It is inexpensive, too, in terms of quality and serv- ice rendered.  Z,LC sErnN, k 2 the ideal starting Ni [2 I service, consisting of l Ih ! teaspoon, luncheon 11 i111 l,e, lucheonfork, I|!| IIII salad fork, cream llll IIii soup spoon and ,/l!!i III 1 IIII $22.75.// ] We invite your inspectiot FLO'/VERS 112934th Ave. EAst 2853 LA NELL'S NEW SPRING SUITS COATS DRESSES HATS DISTINCTIVE APPAREL 4524 University Way EV. 0933 ANNOUNCING We Are Now Authorized Dealers For Mobiloil- 00M,bilgas We Are Handling a Complete Line of GAS-OIL- LUBRICANTS TIRE: -BATTERIES i " ii NEED AN OIL BURNER OR FLOOR FURNACE? We have received a large supply of Oil Burners and Floor Furnaces and they are now ready for immedate installation. Come in and.talk over your heating problems with us. Boulevard Oil Sales 11 1 15 Des Moines Way T. H. LITTLE GL. 1595 (Complete Petroleum Service)