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NEWINSTITUTEOF o. Colhoh¢Hour THE Y,L,I, WILL BE ORGANIZED TON$!J . | East Roy St. at 8 .o'clock tonight • The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard (%?:e)rs of the Organization De - . .... Diocesan Director ......... [gTee Wean: are president, Grand --  -terry avenue. eatie a---/empnone L'm ZmU ....... " _ . . J r'resmem: ZlSS Lorrame Jones; NPII;I!  ILl qllk il A .... iPast president, Past Grand Prsi- Illn|KI It n- It|A [dent Miss Virginia Scanzon; first V P Grand Director M+ss Marie nnlirUll-l- i11 I vl,iwJl.l / ..... -- . i Brunner; second V• P., Mrs• Harry. WHILE the Queen of the Tonga Islands was most gracious I Sterile; rec. see., Grand Secretary "° in her reception of the Marist Sisters who are touring Florence Schage; asst• rec., Miss - " " di oncertin- newsl Kath,een Dougherty; fin sec, Miss their mission stations of the t'acizic, sc g t Margaret German • trees •Miss; comes from another source, indicating that control is to belI,ett Toner; marshal, M Ken-! - " • neth'Warrack" asst marshai Mrs I applied to allow oily one mzssmnary to every 2,000 adherents, j ...... .... Harry Ashnore • inside sentinel J This would mean drastic reduction in existing personne£, ann eonsm- ' erably curtail the progress gained through many yearn of" sacrifice• It is likeqse feared that the proposal contains the element of secular control in the mission schools. This latter threat is one lhat is hanging over many of the islands of Oceania. Last fall a-meeting was held in Port Moresby to discuuss the nmtter of health, education and rehabilitation of the Papua-New Guinea Territory. At that conference the work of the missionaries received high commendation for heir infant and maternal welfare centers, leprosaria and institutions for the care of tuberculosis. The government expressed willingness to erect, equip and suptort such institutions provided the missions provide the personnel. This in the opinion of Msgr. Hannan, former National Director of the Propo- gtton of the Faith in. Australia "was welcome change and the Aus- .tralian government should be given credit for having led the way in formulating this new policy." However, the governmental attempt to demand attendance of prospective teachers in government insti- tuti0LS was rejected by the Catholics xtth the strong support of the Angelicans. Cut Off From Malabar, India, on the other side of the world, comes a call to you to share in the chariffable missionary work of the Third Order of Carmelites. Sister Angela of Jesus, Mothei- Superior, writes: "For years we had been .existing mainly with help from Europe, which has been cut off by the war. Now our missionary group, poor and burdened with expenses, finds it almost impossible to maintain our orphanage for abandoned boys and girls and our three schools, which are corducted in thatched sheds for want of a proper- building•" Centenary Of Birth Of White Sisters' Foundress : 'The Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, commonly known as White Sisters, observed on March 3rd, the centenary of the birth hi'Venerable Mother M. Salome, co-laundress with Cardinal Lavigerie, of their congregation. A triduum of thanksgiving in the 162. convents of their institute, 130 of which are in Africa, ushered in the celebra- tion of the memorable day one hundred years ago when Marie Renee Roudaut was born. On March 4th,. the anniversary of her baptism, a High Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Rev. Aime La- cease of the White Fathers from Washington, D. C., in the convent Chapel of the American headquarters of the community, located .at Metuchen, N. J. The need for a congregation of women exclusively vowed to the apostolate in frica, was early recognized by Cardinal Lavigerie. The young Marie Roudaut was one of the first to answer his call for volunteers. In 1882 the thirty-five year old French-woman, known in religion as Mother Marie Salarne, was elected the first Superior General of the institute which she guided for'forty-three years, until her retirement in 1925. From, humble beglnnings in Algiers the work of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa spread into the heart of the once dark continent. In 1878 when Pope Leo XIII commissioned Cardinal La- vigerie to establish missions in Central and East Africa, the Sisters on followed the priests to Uganda, Tanganyika, Northern Rhodesia, Nyassaland, Belgian Congo, Ruanda, Urundi and Kenya. Again in 1897 the White Sisters followed in the footsteps of pioneering mis- sionaries to Africa's west coast• In the meantime they founded re- cruiting houses in France, Crmany, Holland, Belgium, Canada, Eng- land and the United States• Today Mother .Marie Salome may glory in the fact that her spiritual dwaghters now number 1,500 profes.d sisters, engaged in catecheti- cal, medical and educational work, while 16 native African congre- lgations, totalling nearly 1,000 professed sisters have been trained b" her community. The congregation is in charge of 221 schools 55 workrooms and domestic schools, with an enrollment of 33,144 pupils. In the niedlcal field the Sisters conduct 102 dispensaries, 43 hospitals, 26 maternity centers and 9 leper settlements. Holy Childhood News Assumption SChool, Bellingham--The total continues to grow with each passing day. Recently the pupils of Assumption School added to what has already been accomplished by contributing iI more ran- soms. A previous total of 54 raises the present figure to 65 ransoms• • Queen of Angels School, Port Angeles--The first fruits of the Len- ten -sacrifices from the pupils of Queen of Angels School, Port Angeles, is enough for the ransom of 8 pagan babies• One of these is an in- dividual ransom by Frederick Leissler of the Sixth Grade• The Sev- enth and Eighth Grade boys and girls have each a ransom; the same is true likewise of the boys and girls of the Fifth Grade• The Sixth Grade as a class has one ransom; the Second and Third Grade one ransom; and the First Grade one ransom. The total number of ran- soma is 44. J Radio Programs 1 Religi°usVacati°n , School Opens Monday SatUrday, March 29, KOL, 7:30 1 to 8 p. fro--Ave Maria Hour. At St. Peter Parish Sunday, March 30, KOL, 1:30 to 2 p. fro--Special Palm •Sunday A religious vacation school for broadcast Ave Maria Hour• ]Catholic children attending pub- Sunday, March 30, KOMO, 3 to lic sclmols will be held in St. Peter 3:30 p. m.--The at. Rev. Msgr. Parish for one week opening on Fulton J. Sheen will deliver the!Monday, March 31! address on The Catholic Hour• I The classes which will be held Sunday, March frO, KXA, 3:30 to i from 9 a. m• to 3 p• m. will be 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. Francis. I conducted by the Sisters of St. Jo- Sttnday, March 30, KOL, 3:45 to ' seph Many of the cla..s will make 4 p. nL--Stories from The Catho- their first Holy Communion on lic igest. I Easter Sunday• Miss Mary :Kirby; outside senti_nol, I Miss Lola Moran; organist, Mrs I Joseph Bassi; installing officer, Miss Mabel Barlow; installing marshal, Mrs. Harry Ashmore; guardian of the cross, Miss Dorothy Muyllaert and guardian of the flag, Miss Mary Jane Har- kins. The Flag Team will come from Tacoma Institute, Tacoma• Officers of the new Instdtute are past president, Miss Jeanne Feb- hie; president, Mrs. Nicholas Srro, first v. p., Mrs.= Lucilte VVilson; second v. p., Mrs. Lucy Supine; rec. see., Mrs. Margaret Colasurdo; fin. see., Mrs. Carme- lite Rockey; trees•, Miss Florence Colacarro; marshal, Miss Florence i LaTorre; inside sentinel, Mrs. Mar- ion Dace; outside sentinel, Mrs. Elizabeth Casal; trustees, Mrs. Henriettu Fiorito, Miss Josephine Colacarro and Mrs. Frances Sharp; organist, Mrs. Victoria Schmidt. The new Institute will meet the second and fourth Fridays at the Gowman Hotel. All members in District No. 15 are invited to the" beautiful and impressive ceremon- "lea• The following members of the Queen .Institute are in charge of the tea table and decorations: The ]Kisses Corn Riker, Elaine Kilty, Mary Slencik, Margaret May, Alice Hopper, Mary Kirby and the Mes- dames Maud Moffatt, Sarah Chea- ley, Margaret McKenna, Helena Smith and Gertrude O'Gorman. Since 1911 ... a name that merited the confidence of Catholic people of Seattle. hos the JOSEPH R. Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 ilth Ave, EAst 7484 Rev. John. M. McCarthy. of the Chicago Archdiocesan Mission Band, who will spea-k on the Catholic Hour during the last three Sundays of April. Father McCarthy's subject will be: "America, Morality and the Unit- ed Nations." The Catholic Hour is produced by the National Coun- cil of Catholic Men, in "coopera- tion with the National Broadcast- ing Company, and is broadcast over the nationwide NBC network at 6:00 P. M., E. S• T., every Sunday• (NC Photos) HWEST PROGRESS -- 00OVICES ADMITTED w£00.s Against -- TO PROFESSION AT Cut In Customs MOUNT SAINT MARY Patro] Service ELLINGHAM March 24. The +. .... .... , ?east of St. Joseph March 19, ::.:::::.::-:: " " " vas a day of soecial cere.mon- for ::i::::::: : he Sistez's Of St. Joseph at 'their i:::::/:: . rovineiat House in South Belling- i:i::: : : :am• Four young novices were i+ tdmitted to pro{ession with tern- :::-::.: orary vows. The Rev. John Power. chaplain t Mount St. Mary pres:ded at the :::::::::::::::::::::: eremony and received the vows of lister Mary Jeanne. S!ster Mary ...................... ]erard, Sister Mary Bernice and ister Mary Henrietta. . ===============-==================== Father Power also addressed he newly professed sisters, ex- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,ressing his congratulations and a ew inspirational remarks on the Feat reward attached to generous :ulfillment of a sister's vocation. The annual retreat preceding :he ceremony was conducted by :ev. Father Lynch, S. J.. of Ta- 'oma• O'Dea others' Club Plans Dessert-Bridge Mothers of O'Dea' sophomore students are planning a dessert- bridge for Easter Monday at 1:30 ). m. in the Cathedral Hll. Mrs. Catherine Baskett will be general i chairman. City-Wide Comm,ttee Sponsoring Lecture RAY J• O'HF_RN Customs Assn. President Cut in the U• S• Customs port patrol personnel, scheduled to go i into effect today, will seriousl5 1 'impair the service, it was pointed I out, yesterday, by Ray J. O'Hearn, 'i president of t h e Washington i branch, National Customs Service l Association• O'Hearn, former Seattle College student who served as a Navy lieutenant + during the g+ar, said that national budget appropria- tions cuts call for immediate drop- ping of 39 men locally and 799 Here by Mrs Brady throughouttheU•S. • Prevention of dope smuggling is one of the functions to be impaired I A CITY-WIDE committee 00e,re-00 ALUMNAETO S I.AG E Senting Catholic clubs and as- sociations is sponsoring the lec- ture to be given here by Mrs• PASSION PLAY AT Anna Brady, director of the Pro Dee international centers of m- formation• Mrs. Brady will speak FOREST on "The Apostolate of Public . + + through personnel cuts, O'Hearn I I '" [said. I I "Only last week in the Port of '•tNew York Customs Officer Mur- Iray was directly resp.onsible for , I = [seisure of deadly Heroin, worth I " IP [ $1,147,400 at dope peddlers' prices," I lUb] said Mr. O'Hearn. "Murray i one ....... of the officers who will be dropped. - - [Friday, under the budget cut," h4 "The Upper Room," world fa- ] added. mous passion play by Msgr• Rob-] Importers associations, Cham- ert H Benson will be presented be m h • " ' . " I rs of Ca merce, s ippino, air- zn the Forest Ridge Convent au 'hn n o h t • . -f" es, a d t er busness groups dztormm, on Palm Sunday There ha d c r • J ve e la ed against the cut on will be two performances, ,at 2:30 I the grounds that it will slow serv- p. m. and 7:30 p. m., by an all-lice to travelers and importers• alumnae cast All friends of the] Mr O'Hearn urges that in, lava'- convent are invited. I dual citizens write their represent- Proceeds from a silver offering atives in Congress on the matter, will benefit convents in European i and he offers to supply speakers. war areas. 1 from his association to present Friday, March 28,. 19q7 Ready-Made Veils For First HOLY COMMUNION Religious Gifts For Easter Colorful Easter Cards OUR VEILS are made of good quality netting, hemmed; with shirred caps adorned with bows. Elastic adjusters-- $2.25. Plain, hemmed veils, $1.50 Our selection of EASTER GIFTS needs no introduction! Rosaries, 'statues, pictures, crucifixes, medals, and many other items. Make yours a religious remembrance this year. facts to interested groups. CHEHALIS MOTHERS CLUB PLANT SALE 00j:i TO AID LIBRARY I We feature the Rust Craft line of E/gTER CARDS. The i:: finest we have yet been able to offer• Many famed + artists have contributed to the beauty of the designs. Cards of many other publishers, too. The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth Ave. 74 Broadway (Near Steam'art St.) MAin 2702 MAin 413 • [Stores also in Spokane, WaalL: Vancouver, B. (3. m + +. Opinion," at 8:30 p. m. "Friday, April 11, in the Providence Hos- pital auditorium• Mrs. Brady, founder and ad- ministrative director of the Ameri- can Center of Information Pro ]. Dee, in New York City is also a Dinner Monday ror director of the international cen- ..... 1 ters Pro Deo• The movement which PBY Members ot YUI a00:s at creating an international press agency to report and corre- Kaye's Beauty Salon P-B-Y members, of" the Young Ladies Institute will have a smor- gasbord dinner on Monday, March S1, at 6:30 p: m. at the Kungs- holm Dining Room, 502 Univer- sity Way. Following the dinner, Pat Chose, well-known maglcianl of the University District, will en- tertain. MemtYers who plan to attend are requested to make reservations with Miss Irene Kelly, CA. 7112, cr Mrs. Harry Wyman, CA. 1779, not later than Sunday. late world-wide news has received encouragement from the Vatican where several of its international conventions have bee held. Pro Dee centers now are functioning in Central and South American cities as well as in Europe. Many On Committee - Coordinating plans for Mrs. Brady's Seattle lecture are Dr. Jean David, professor of Ro- mance languages at the U. of W.; i Mrs. T. R. Bresnahan of the Y o u n g Ladies Institute; and Charles Giese, president of the Requiem High Mass t Newman Alumni Association. F J h J.Dy ]Representatives of the Catholic or o n . er clubs on the committee are: Cath- I olic Daughters of America, Miss Mary May and Charles Giese; Chancellor Club, Miss Mary Ann Stewart and Miss Maribeth Caru- fel; Newman Club, Mr. Cem Bou- lander and Tom Toomey; St Peter; Claver Center, Mrs. A. Be- wen, Miss Margaret Harrington, Miss Melvina Squires, Miss Sue Gerrard, and Miss Mary Ann and Armin Washington. Representing other groups are, of Seattle for more than 45 years• Mr. Dyer was one of the first subscribers to The Catholic North- west Progress. He was a-men-,her of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Nellie End, el, Mrs. Catherine Murphy; and Miss Mary Dyer, a son, John R. Dyer, and two grand- sons, all of Seattle. Holy Angels' /othes' i for the Stella Marls League, Miss Jane Feely; Catholic Seamens' Club Meets Merch 31 Club, Wm. Frey; ProvidenceSchool of Nursing. Miss Ann Bethschant -- and Miss "Belle Wolfe; Catholic Holy Angels' Mothers' Club will War Veterans, Tom Delaney, John meet at 8 p. m. on Monday, March Slater and Bob O'Gorman; the ! 31, in the school hall, t Holy Name Socmty, John L. Fitz- patrmk D CCW, Mrs R C PADDEN & MORIARTY,  " ; ....... 1212 American Building j Schank, Mrs. B. J. Riverman, and Seattle 4, Washmgtn I Mrs Roulon Compton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE| " State of Washington For Yng Coun-[ Tickets may be secured from ty.--In Probate. • r h " In the Matter of the consolidated[ membe s of t e committee or at estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E: [ the Guild Book Store for fifty Nash, his wife, deeeased.--No. 101173.. cent s bax included• --Notice to Creditors• Notice is hereby, given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator with the will The opportunities offered to the annexed of the Last Will and Testa- individual to secure the comforts sent and of the Estate of Mary E. Nash, deceased, and as Administrator of life are better here than are with the will annexed of the Last Will found elsewhere. -- B e n j a m i n and Testament and of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, which said Harrison. Mrs. Anna Brady.To ] Address Students I " At Forest Ridge! -rs. Ann-M. Brady, director of the American Center Pro Deal (CIP) will address Forest Ridge students and friends of the con- vent, at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday next, on "The Apostolate of Pub- lic Opinion•" " ] During her visit to Seattle, Mrs. Brady will be a guest of the Re-[ Club Meets Tuesday CHEHALIS, Wash. -- The first : school delightfully entertained the and second grades of St. Joseph Mother's Club at its meeting, in the parish hall, Friday• It was decided ,at this meeting to hold a plant sale next Sunday for benefit of the library fund. The school's library is one of the club's major projects• Sister Jean Francis was a guest of the after- noon and took the mother's through the library which has been completely redecorated ,and will be officially opened Monday. The first and second grades won the attendance banner• Holy Rosary High School Moth- ers' Club will meet at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday, April 1, in the school library. A social meeting will fol- low the business session• The Father-Daughter banquet held last Sunday at Holy Rosary- was attended by 112. A short pro- gram was presented by the rls after the banquet. In Memoriam Pray for 3-our departed priests [ o the charity of your Masse I and prayers is commended the souls of the following departed [ priests who had served in the Die- [ cese of Seattle: The R6v. P. C. A. Winter, died March 29, 1904. The Rev. John J. Barry, died April 5, 1927. Graver Cleveland is the only person to have served two terms as President of the United States that were not consecutive. estates have been consolidated for put- DOSes of probate; that all persons hay- l ingelaimsagainstsaidMaryE. Nash,[ It --n ___._.__ ADS ' deceased, or aga:'nst Frank E. Nash., I[-lA&tlllEn I deceased, or against the community I + " kJlm+a.lll'-llll ' I s ....... composed of Mary E. Nah and Frank l E. Nash, deceased, are hereby.r.eq.u[red I Rate: 20e ver line. Forms close Thursday a.m. I to serve the same, UtIIM verlllea, oD TO ; €,-,. . r.... A;.;*.*I COMP METER SCHOOL REFRIGERATION REPAIR ,.."t, .'"'=,Y..". "r"u'"f'?e'"2".;[ ENROLL NOW -- Day Half-Day and lAAA Appliance--302 W Nickerson AL gin trte Wilt annexecI O ix] state Oi] Evenin- - - " " - ..t --   " " .',, . mns " "'°'::-?'-vl'l annexe J-l Streamlined Comptometer Cour at l stramr With the l u oz th P.¢tnt, n¢ 'rrde . Mash da,:d I the Comntometer School. Dougla+l GARDENING 0r-his'attoneys'o'f record at t-heraldS[ Bld. MA 8&'. FOR SALE--Rich, b!ack humus• Real dress below stated, and file the samel , bargain. Stock piled at 85th and with the Clerk of said Court together[ In trho--'v'i:::-'.?='2]Y,  I Greenwood• g profit if U-pick-up• wth proof of such service with n six washed- €lor= l '€ = KE. 9073. 3-28-47 • . | * ...................  .... months after the date of first pubhea- Etror b'JHdin *¢e mr .l*rl I-- • o " " e wi " ' " ................ • " tzon .f thzs notlee, or the sam II be] MOBILE STEAM CLEANERS, ALI CHILDREN S hand tailored, custom- barre. . ....... -  5432 tf 1 made coats Call "CHILDREN'S tirst puolication March zl, £. I ....... ] COATS" CA 6234 4-4-47 STANLEY 3 PADDEN Administrator : EXPERIENC , ". .. I ................ . , " . " ru accountant %%,111 super- --7------- with "ze w£11 annexed of the Lastl --:s ...... ,,-++ ..... .;+ ' ^, [ WANTED TO RENT %Vill and Testament and o£ the Es-[ lection tax roblem a . [Elderly couple urgently nc_d unft, r- tate of Mary E. Nash, deceased• and I '  " ........... 1":] 47[ nished apt. or cottage near Church. Administrator with the will annexed[ " " I Reasonable Can ive best refer- of the Last Will and Testament and[ ] ences. AL 5631.  3-28-47 of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, de- SOUND TIRE CO "John 3 h "" " I ( OSep Keen ceased, and of the Consolidated Es- 1 nenl 306 W Nl'ckerso- a o- WANTED TO RENT rates of Frank E Nash and Mary E | " " ........... S ...... - ..... - Tire Vulcanizing and Recapping. New [ taff member Catholic Catholic Sea- ra n nzs wne aeceasea .oross men s , , + --.. - "- .:t and Used Tires--Retail and Whole-I 's CLub needs furnished apt. for 1212 Amelzcan tdg eatt]e  sale mother and sell b A ] .... " "" "  , 4-4-47] Y prl 15. Call wasn[ngxon. I EL 0976 / a 3 28/47 PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for { WANTED I .............. ! Estates, 1212 American B]dg•, Seattle]Reliable man as caretaker. Fifth-e]ass BUY OR SELL your home in West 4, Washington, j lieense necessary. 1316 Second W.,I Seattle through Joe Casey, Agt., WE.i Final publication April 4, 17. 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[gTee Wean: are president, Grand --  -terry avenue. eatie a---/empnone L'm ZmU ....... " _ . . J r'resmem: ZlSS Lorrame Jones; NPII;I!  ILl qllk il A .... iPast president, Past Grand Prsi- Illn|KI It n- It|A [dent Miss Virginia Scanzon; first V P Grand Director M+ss Marie nnlirUll-l- i11 I vl,iwJl.l / ..... -- . i Brunner; second V• P., Mrs• Harry. WHILE the Queen of the Tonga Islands was most gracious I Sterile; rec. see., Grand Secretary "° in her reception of the Marist Sisters who are touring Florence Schage; asst• rec., Miss - " " di oncertin- newsl Kath,een Dougherty; fin sec, Miss their mission stations of the t'acizic, sc g t Margaret German • trees •Miss; comes from another source, indicating that control is to belI,ett Toner; marshal, M Ken-! - " • neth'Warrack" asst marshai Mrs I applied to allow oily one mzssmnary to every 2,000 adherents, j ...... .... Harry Ashnore • inside sentinel J This would mean drastic reduction in existing personne£, ann eonsm- ' erably curtail the progress gained through many yearn of" sacrifice• It is likeqse feared that the proposal contains the element of secular control in the mission schools. This latter threat is one lhat is hanging over many of the islands of Oceania. Last fall a-meeting was held in Port Moresby to discuuss the nmtter of health, education and rehabilitation of the Papua-New Guinea Territory. At that conference the work of the missionaries received high commendation for heir infant and maternal welfare centers, leprosaria and institutions for the care of tuberculosis. The government expressed willingness to erect, equip and suptort such institutions provided the missions provide the personnel. This in the opinion of Msgr. Hannan, former National Director of the Propo- gtton of the Faith in. Australia "was welcome change and the Aus- .tralian government should be given credit for having led the way in formulating this new policy." However, the governmental attempt to demand attendance of prospective teachers in government insti- tuti0LS was rejected by the Catholics xtth the strong support of the Angelicans. Cut Off From Malabar, India, on the other side of the world, comes a call to you to share in the chariffable missionary work of the Third Order of Carmelites. Sister Angela of Jesus, Mothei- Superior, writes: "For years we had been .existing mainly with help from Europe, which has been cut off by the war. Now our missionary group, poor and burdened with expenses, finds it almost impossible to maintain our orphanage for abandoned boys and girls and our three schools, which are corducted in thatched sheds for want of a proper- building•" Centenary Of Birth Of White Sisters' Foundress : 'The Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, commonly known as White Sisters, observed on March 3rd, the centenary of the birth hi'Venerable Mother M. Salome, co-laundress with Cardinal Lavigerie, of their congregation. A triduum of thanksgiving in the 162. convents of their institute, 130 of which are in Africa, ushered in the celebra- tion of the memorable day one hundred years ago when Marie Renee Roudaut was born. On March 4th,. the anniversary of her baptism, a High Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Rev. Aime La- cease of the White Fathers from Washington, D. C., in the convent Chapel of the American headquarters of the community, located .at Metuchen, N. J. The need for a congregation of women exclusively vowed to the apostolate in frica, was early recognized by Cardinal Lavigerie. The young Marie Roudaut was one of the first to answer his call for volunteers. In 1882 the thirty-five year old French-woman, known in religion as Mother Marie Salarne, was elected the first Superior General of the institute which she guided for'forty-three years, until her retirement in 1925. From, humble beglnnings in Algiers the work of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa spread into the heart of the once dark continent. In 1878 when Pope Leo XIII commissioned Cardinal La- vigerie to establish missions in Central and East Africa, the Sisters on followed the priests to Uganda, Tanganyika, Northern Rhodesia, Nyassaland, Belgian Congo, Ruanda, Urundi and Kenya. Again in 1897 the White Sisters followed in the footsteps of pioneering mis- sionaries to Africa's west coast• In the meantime they founded re- cruiting houses in France, Crmany, Holland, Belgium, Canada, Eng- land and the United States• Today Mother .Marie Salome may glory in the fact that her spiritual dwaghters now number 1,500 profes.d sisters, engaged in catecheti- cal, medical and educational work, while 16 native African congre- lgations, totalling nearly 1,000 professed sisters have been trained b" her community. The congregation is in charge of 221 schools 55 workrooms and domestic schools, with an enrollment of 33,144 pupils. In the niedlcal field the Sisters conduct 102 dispensaries, 43 hospitals, 26 maternity centers and 9 leper settlements. Holy Childhood News Assumption SChool, Bellingham--The total continues to grow with each passing day. Recently the pupils of Assumption School added to what has already been accomplished by contributing iI more ran- soms. A previous total of 54 raises the present figure to 65 ransoms• • Queen of Angels School, Port Angeles--The first fruits of the Len- ten -sacrifices from the pupils of Queen of Angels School, Port Angeles, is enough for the ransom of 8 pagan babies• One of these is an in- dividual ransom by Frederick Leissler of the Sixth Grade• The Sev- enth and Eighth Grade boys and girls have each a ransom; the same is true likewise of the boys and girls of the Fifth Grade• The Sixth Grade as a class has one ransom; the Second and Third Grade one ransom; and the First Grade one ransom. The total number of ran- soma is 44. J Radio Programs 1 Religi°usVacati°n , School Opens Monday SatUrday, March 29, KOL, 7:30 1 to 8 p. fro--Ave Maria Hour. At St. Peter Parish Sunday, March 30, KOL, 1:30 to 2 p. fro--Special Palm •Sunday A religious vacation school for broadcast Ave Maria Hour• ]Catholic children attending pub- Sunday, March 30, KOMO, 3 to lic sclmols will be held in St. Peter 3:30 p. m.--The at. Rev. Msgr. Parish for one week opening on Fulton J. Sheen will deliver the!Monday, March 31! address on The Catholic Hour• I The classes which will be held Sunday, March frO, KXA, 3:30 to i from 9 a. m• to 3 p• m. will be 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. Francis. I conducted by the Sisters of St. Jo- Sttnday, March 30, KOL, 3:45 to ' seph Many of the cla..s will make 4 p. nL--Stories from The Catho- their first Holy Communion on lic igest. I Easter Sunday• Miss Mary :Kirby; outside senti_nol, I Miss Lola Moran; organist, Mrs I Joseph Bassi; installing officer, Miss Mabel Barlow; installing marshal, Mrs. Harry Ashmore; guardian of the cross, Miss Dorothy Muyllaert and guardian of the flag, Miss Mary Jane Har- kins. The Flag Team will come from Tacoma Institute, Tacoma• Officers of the new Instdtute are past president, Miss Jeanne Feb- hie; president, Mrs. Nicholas Srro, first v. p., Mrs.= Lucilte VVilson; second v. p., Mrs. Lucy Supine; rec. see., Mrs. Margaret Colasurdo; fin. see., Mrs. Carme- lite Rockey; trees•, Miss Florence Colacarro; marshal, Miss Florence i LaTorre; inside sentinel, Mrs. Mar- ion Dace; outside sentinel, Mrs. Elizabeth Casal; trustees, Mrs. Henriettu Fiorito, Miss Josephine Colacarro and Mrs. Frances Sharp; organist, Mrs. Victoria Schmidt. The new Institute will meet the second and fourth Fridays at the Gowman Hotel. All members in District No. 15 are invited to the" beautiful and impressive ceremon- "lea• The following members of the Queen .Institute are in charge of the tea table and decorations: The ]Kisses Corn Riker, Elaine Kilty, Mary Slencik, Margaret May, Alice Hopper, Mary Kirby and the Mes- dames Maud Moffatt, Sarah Chea- ley, Margaret McKenna, Helena Smith and Gertrude O'Gorman. Since 1911 ... a name that merited the confidence of Catholic people of Seattle. hos the JOSEPH R. Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 ilth Ave, EAst 7484 Rev. John. M. McCarthy. of the Chicago Archdiocesan Mission Band, who will spea-k on the Catholic Hour during the last three Sundays of April. Father McCarthy's subject will be: "America, Morality and the Unit- ed Nations." The Catholic Hour is produced by the National Coun- cil of Catholic Men, in "coopera- tion with the National Broadcast- ing Company, and is broadcast over the nationwide NBC network at 6:00 P. M., E. S• T., every Sunday• (NC Photos) HWEST PROGRESS -- 00OVICES ADMITTED w£00.s Against -- TO PROFESSION AT Cut In Customs MOUNT SAINT MARY Patro] Service ELLINGHAM March 24. The +. .... .... , ?east of St. Joseph March 19, ::.:::::.::-:: " " " vas a day of soecial cere.mon- for ::i::::::: : he Sistez's Of St. Joseph at 'their i:::::/:: . rovineiat House in South Belling- i:i::: : : :am• Four young novices were i+ tdmitted to pro{ession with tern- :::-::.: orary vows. The Rev. John Power. chaplain t Mount St. Mary pres:ded at the :::::::::::::::::::::: eremony and received the vows of lister Mary Jeanne. S!ster Mary ...................... ]erard, Sister Mary Bernice and ister Mary Henrietta. . ===============-==================== Father Power also addressed he newly professed sisters, ex- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,ressing his congratulations and a ew inspirational remarks on the Feat reward attached to generous :ulfillment of a sister's vocation. The annual retreat preceding :he ceremony was conducted by :ev. Father Lynch, S. J.. of Ta- 'oma• O'Dea others' Club Plans Dessert-Bridge Mothers of O'Dea' sophomore students are planning a dessert- bridge for Easter Monday at 1:30 ). m. in the Cathedral Hll. Mrs. Catherine Baskett will be general i chairman. City-Wide Comm,ttee Sponsoring Lecture RAY J• O'HF_RN Customs Assn. President Cut in the U• S• Customs port patrol personnel, scheduled to go i into effect today, will seriousl5 1 'impair the service, it was pointed I out, yesterday, by Ray J. O'Hearn, 'i president of t h e Washington i branch, National Customs Service l Association• O'Hearn, former Seattle College student who served as a Navy lieutenant + during the g+ar, said that national budget appropria- tions cuts call for immediate drop- ping of 39 men locally and 799 Here by Mrs Brady throughouttheU•S. • Prevention of dope smuggling is one of the functions to be impaired I A CITY-WIDE committee 00e,re-00 ALUMNAETO S I.AG E Senting Catholic clubs and as- sociations is sponsoring the lec- ture to be given here by Mrs• PASSION PLAY AT Anna Brady, director of the Pro Dee international centers of m- formation• Mrs. Brady will speak FOREST on "The Apostolate of Public . + + through personnel cuts, O'Hearn I I '" [said. I I "Only last week in the Port of '•tNew York Customs Officer Mur- Iray was directly resp.onsible for , I = [seisure of deadly Heroin, worth I " IP [ $1,147,400 at dope peddlers' prices," I lUb] said Mr. O'Hearn. "Murray i one ....... of the officers who will be dropped. - - [Friday, under the budget cut," h4 "The Upper Room," world fa- ] added. mous passion play by Msgr• Rob-] Importers associations, Cham- ert H Benson will be presented be m h • " ' . " I rs of Ca merce, s ippino, air- zn the Forest Ridge Convent au 'hn n o h t • . -f" es, a d t er busness groups dztormm, on Palm Sunday There ha d c r • J ve e la ed against the cut on will be two performances, ,at 2:30 I the grounds that it will slow serv- p. m. and 7:30 p. m., by an all-lice to travelers and importers• alumnae cast All friends of the] Mr O'Hearn urges that in, lava'- convent are invited. I dual citizens write their represent- Proceeds from a silver offering atives in Congress on the matter, will benefit convents in European i and he offers to supply speakers. war areas. 1 from his association to present Friday, March 28,. 19q7 Ready-Made Veils For First HOLY COMMUNION Religious Gifts For Easter Colorful Easter Cards OUR VEILS are made of good quality netting, hemmed; with shirred caps adorned with bows. Elastic adjusters-- $2.25. Plain, hemmed veils, $1.50 Our selection of EASTER GIFTS needs no introduction! Rosaries, 'statues, pictures, crucifixes, medals, and many other items. Make yours a religious remembrance this year. facts to interested groups. CHEHALIS MOTHERS CLUB PLANT SALE 00j:i TO AID LIBRARY I We feature the Rust Craft line of E/gTER CARDS. The i:: finest we have yet been able to offer• Many famed + artists have contributed to the beauty of the designs. Cards of many other publishers, too. The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth Ave. 74 Broadway (Near Steam'art St.) MAin 2702 MAin 413 • [Stores also in Spokane, WaalL: Vancouver, B. (3. m + +. Opinion," at 8:30 p. m. "Friday, April 11, in the Providence Hos- pital auditorium• Mrs. Brady, founder and ad- ministrative director of the Ameri- can Center of Information Pro ]. Dee, in New York City is also a Dinner Monday ror director of the international cen- ..... 1 ters Pro Deo• The movement which PBY Members ot YUI a00:s at creating an international press agency to report and corre- Kaye's Beauty Salon P-B-Y members, of" the Young Ladies Institute will have a smor- gasbord dinner on Monday, March S1, at 6:30 p: m. at the Kungs- holm Dining Room, 502 Univer- sity Way. Following the dinner, Pat Chose, well-known maglcianl of the University District, will en- tertain. MemtYers who plan to attend are requested to make reservations with Miss Irene Kelly, CA. 7112, cr Mrs. Harry Wyman, CA. 1779, not later than Sunday. late world-wide news has received encouragement from the Vatican where several of its international conventions have bee held. Pro Dee centers now are functioning in Central and South American cities as well as in Europe. Many On Committee - Coordinating plans for Mrs. Brady's Seattle lecture are Dr. Jean David, professor of Ro- mance languages at the U. of W.; i Mrs. T. R. Bresnahan of the Y o u n g Ladies Institute; and Charles Giese, president of the Requiem High Mass t Newman Alumni Association. F J h J.Dy ]Representatives of the Catholic or o n . er clubs on the committee are: Cath- I olic Daughters of America, Miss Mary May and Charles Giese; Chancellor Club, Miss Mary Ann Stewart and Miss Maribeth Caru- fel; Newman Club, Mr. Cem Bou- lander and Tom Toomey; St Peter; Claver Center, Mrs. A. Be- wen, Miss Margaret Harrington, Miss Melvina Squires, Miss Sue Gerrard, and Miss Mary Ann and Armin Washington. Representing other groups are, of Seattle for more than 45 years• Mr. Dyer was one of the first subscribers to The Catholic North- west Progress. He was a-men-,her of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Nellie End, el, Mrs. Catherine Murphy; and Miss Mary Dyer, a son, John R. Dyer, and two grand- sons, all of Seattle. Holy Angels' /othes' i for the Stella Marls League, Miss Jane Feely; Catholic Seamens' Club Meets Merch 31 Club, Wm. Frey; ProvidenceSchool of Nursing. Miss Ann Bethschant -- and Miss "Belle Wolfe; Catholic Holy Angels' Mothers' Club will War Veterans, Tom Delaney, John meet at 8 p. m. on Monday, March Slater and Bob O'Gorman; the ! 31, in the school hall, t Holy Name Socmty, John L. Fitz- patrmk D CCW, Mrs R C PADDEN & MORIARTY,  " ; ....... 1212 American Building j Schank, Mrs. B. J. Riverman, and Seattle 4, Washmgtn I Mrs Roulon Compton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE| " State of Washington For Yng Coun-[ Tickets may be secured from ty.--In Probate. • r h " In the Matter of the consolidated[ membe s of t e committee or at estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E: [ the Guild Book Store for fifty Nash, his wife, deeeased.--No. 101173.. cent s bax included• --Notice to Creditors• Notice is hereby, given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator with the will The opportunities offered to the annexed of the Last Will and Testa- individual to secure the comforts sent and of the Estate of Mary E. Nash, deceased, and as Administrator of life are better here than are with the will annexed of the Last Will found elsewhere. -- B e n j a m i n and Testament and of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, which said Harrison. Mrs. Anna Brady.To ] Address Students I " At Forest Ridge! -rs. Ann-M. Brady, director of the American Center Pro Deal (CIP) will address Forest Ridge students and friends of the con- vent, at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday next, on "The Apostolate of Pub- lic Opinion•" " ] During her visit to Seattle, Mrs. Brady will be a guest of the Re-[ Club Meets Tuesday CHEHALIS, Wash. -- The first : school delightfully entertained the and second grades of St. Joseph Mother's Club at its meeting, in the parish hall, Friday• It was decided ,at this meeting to hold a plant sale next Sunday for benefit of the library fund. The school's library is one of the club's major projects• Sister Jean Francis was a guest of the after- noon and took the mother's through the library which has been completely redecorated ,and will be officially opened Monday. The first and second grades won the attendance banner• Holy Rosary High School Moth- ers' Club will meet at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday, April 1, in the school library. A social meeting will fol- low the business session• The Father-Daughter banquet held last Sunday at Holy Rosary- was attended by 112. A short pro- gram was presented by the rls after the banquet. In Memoriam Pray for 3-our departed priests [ o the charity of your Masse I and prayers is commended the souls of the following departed [ priests who had served in the Die- [ cese of Seattle: The R6v. P. C. A. Winter, died March 29, 1904. The Rev. John J. Barry, died April 5, 1927. Graver Cleveland is the only person to have served two terms as President of the United States that were not consecutive. estates have been consolidated for put- DOSes of probate; that all persons hay- l ingelaimsagainstsaidMaryE. Nash,[ It --n ___._.__ ADS ' deceased, or aga:'nst Frank E. Nash., I[-lA&tlllEn I deceased, or against the community I + " kJlm+a.lll'-llll ' I s ....... composed of Mary E. Nah and Frank l E. Nash, deceased, are hereby.r.eq.u[red I Rate: 20e ver line. Forms close Thursday a.m. I to serve the same, UtIIM verlllea, oD TO ; €,-,. . r.... A;.;*.*I COMP METER SCHOOL REFRIGERATION REPAIR ,.."t, .'"'=,Y..". "r"u'"f'?e'"2".;[ ENROLL NOW -- Day Half-Day and lAAA Appliance--302 W Nickerson AL gin trte Wilt annexecI O ix] state Oi] Evenin- - - " " - ..t --   " " .',, . mns " "'°'::-?'-vl'l annexe J-l Streamlined Comptometer Cour at l stramr With the l u oz th P.¢tnt, n¢ 'rrde . Mash da,:d I the Comntometer School. Dougla+l GARDENING 0r-his'attoneys'o'f record at t-heraldS[ Bld. MA 8&'. FOR SALE--Rich, b!ack humus• Real dress below stated, and file the samel , bargain. Stock piled at 85th and with the Clerk of said Court together[ In trho--'v'i:::-'.?='2]Y,  I Greenwood• g profit if U-pick-up• wth proof of such service with n six washed- €lor= l '€ = KE. 9073. 3-28-47 • . | * ...................  .... months after the date of first pubhea- Etror b'JHdin *¢e mr .l*rl I-- • o " " e wi " ' " ................ • " tzon .f thzs notlee, or the sam II be] MOBILE STEAM CLEANERS, ALI CHILDREN S hand tailored, custom- barre. . ....... -  5432 tf 1 made coats Call "CHILDREN'S tirst puolication March zl, £. I ....... ] COATS" CA 6234 4-4-47 STANLEY 3 PADDEN Administrator : EXPERIENC , ". .. I ................ . , " . " ru accountant %%,111 super- --7------- with "ze w£11 annexed of the Lastl --:s ...... ,,-++ ..... .;+ ' ^, [ WANTED TO RENT %Vill and Testament and o£ the Es-[ lection tax roblem a . [Elderly couple urgently nc_d unft, r- tate of Mary E. Nash, deceased• and I '  " ........... 1":] 47[ nished apt. or cottage near Church. Administrator with the will annexed[ " " I Reasonable Can ive best refer- of the Last Will and Testament and[ ] ences. AL 5631.  3-28-47 of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, de- SOUND TIRE CO "John 3 h "" " I ( OSep Keen ceased, and of the Consolidated Es- 1 nenl 306 W Nl'ckerso- a o- WANTED TO RENT rates of Frank E Nash and Mary E | " " ........... S ...... - ..... - Tire Vulcanizing and Recapping. New [ taff member Catholic Catholic Sea- ra n nzs wne aeceasea .oross men s , , + --.. - "- .:t and Used Tires--Retail and Whole-I 's CLub needs furnished apt. for 1212 Amelzcan tdg eatt]e  sale mother and sell b A ] .... " "" "  , 4-4-47] Y prl 15. Call wasn[ngxon. I EL 0976 / a 3 28/47 PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for { WANTED I .............. ! Estates, 1212 American B]dg•, Seattle]Reliable man as caretaker. Fifth-e]ass BUY OR SELL your home in West 4, Washington, j lieense necessary. 1316 Second W.,I Seattle through Joe Casey, Agt., WE.i Final publication April 4, 17. GA. 0223. tfl 6126 or AV. 4500. 15022 Ambaum Road GL. 3320-R-11 Before and after bus hours, call WE. 1853 FEATURING THE FAMOUS NEW "RAYETTE" SAFE PERMANENT WAVE Call Us About Our Pre-Easter Special! PUBLIC MARKET CENTER ECONOMY PIKE PLACE CORNER "A" SANITARY "WHERE THE BEST MEAT, GROCERIES, FISH AND VEGETABLES ABE W:)I.I, Heupert & C0. Sanitary Public Market . First and Pike MAhl 6996 Neupert's White Open Evenings Until 10 P. M. FRUITS -- VEGETABLES -- GROCERIES PRICS ALWAYS RIGHT * 85 PINE STREET PHONE MA. 1826 W, ATTL ADVERTISERS PROGRESS PATRONIZE tf: :.  . 11" 1511 PIKE PLACE MAin 2.975 Seattle, 1 MuRn/tY'S Pure .Food Shop FULL LINE € FRESH MEATS Hams & Bacon Delicatessen 9465 I)elridge Way AV. 0700 Center Grocery NEWINSTITUTEOF o. Colhoh¢Hour THE Y,L,I, WILL BE ORGANIZED TON$!J . | East Roy St. at 8 .o'clock tonight • The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard (%?:e)rs of the Organization De - . .... Diocesan Director ......... [gTee Wean: are president, Grand --  -terry avenue. eatie a---/empnone L'm ZmU ....... " _ . . J r'resmem: ZlSS Lorrame Jones; NPII;I!  ILl qllk il A .... iPast president, Past Grand Prsi- Illn|KI It n- It|A [dent Miss Virginia Scanzon; first V P Grand Director M+ss Marie nnlirUll-l- i11 I vl,iwJl.l / ..... -- . i Brunner; second V• P., Mrs• Harry. WHILE the Queen of the Tonga Islands was most gracious I Sterile; rec. see., Grand Secretary "° in her reception of the Marist Sisters who are touring Florence Schage; asst• rec., Miss - " " di oncertin- newsl Kath,een Dougherty; fin sec, Miss their mission stations of the t'acizic, sc g t Margaret German • trees •Miss; comes from another source, indicating that control is to belI,ett Toner; marshal, M Ken-! - " • neth'Warrack" asst marshai Mrs I applied to allow oily one mzssmnary to every 2,000 adherents, j ...... .... Harry Ashnore • inside sentinel J This would mean drastic reduction in existing personne£, ann eonsm- ' erably curtail the progress gained through many yearn of" sacrifice• It is likeqse feared that the proposal contains the element of secular control in the mission schools. This latter threat is one lhat is hanging over many of the islands of Oceania. Last fall a-meeting was held in Port Moresby to discuuss the nmtter of health, education and rehabilitation of the Papua-New Guinea Territory. At that conference the work of the missionaries received high commendation for heir infant and maternal welfare centers, leprosaria and institutions for the care of tuberculosis. The government expressed willingness to erect, equip and suptort such institutions provided the missions provide the personnel. This in the opinion of Msgr. Hannan, former National Director of the Propo- gtton of the Faith in. Australia "was welcome change and the Aus- .tralian government should be given credit for having led the way in formulating this new policy." However, the governmental attempt to demand attendance of prospective teachers in government insti- tuti0LS was rejected by the Catholics xtth the strong support of the Angelicans. Cut Off From Malabar, India, on the other side of the world, comes a call to you to share in the chariffable missionary work of the Third Order of Carmelites. Sister Angela of Jesus, Mothei- Superior, writes: "For years we had been .existing mainly with help from Europe, which has been cut off by the war. Now our missionary group, poor and burdened with expenses, finds it almost impossible to maintain our orphanage for abandoned boys and girls and our three schools, which are corducted in thatched sheds for want of a proper- building•" Centenary Of Birth Of White Sisters' Foundress : 'The Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, commonly known as White Sisters, observed on March 3rd, the centenary of the birth hi'Venerable Mother M. Salome, co-laundress with Cardinal Lavigerie, of their congregation. A triduum of thanksgiving in the 162. convents of their institute, 130 of which are in Africa, ushered in the celebra- tion of the memorable day one hundred years ago when Marie Renee Roudaut was born. On March 4th,. the anniversary of her baptism, a High Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Rev. Aime La- cease of the White Fathers from Washington, D. C., in the convent Chapel of the American headquarters of the community, located .at Metuchen, N. J. The need for a congregation of women exclusively vowed to the apostolate in frica, was early recognized by Cardinal Lavigerie. The young Marie Roudaut was one of the first to answer his call for volunteers. In 1882 the thirty-five year old French-woman, known in religion as Mother Marie Salarne, was elected the first Superior General of the institute which she guided for'forty-three years, until her retirement in 1925. From, humble beglnnings in Algiers the work of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa spread into the heart of the once dark continent. In 1878 when Pope Leo XIII commissioned Cardinal La- vigerie to establish missions in Central and East Africa, the Sisters on followed the priests to Uganda, Tanganyika, Northern Rhodesia, Nyassaland, Belgian Congo, Ruanda, Urundi and Kenya. Again in 1897 the White Sisters followed in the footsteps of pioneering mis- sionaries to Africa's west coast• In the meantime they founded re- cruiting houses in France, Crmany, Holland, Belgium, Canada, Eng- land and the United States• Today Mother .Marie Salome may glory in the fact that her spiritual dwaghters now number 1,500 profes.d sisters, engaged in catecheti- cal, medical and educational work, while 16 native African congre- lgations, totalling nearly 1,000 professed sisters have been trained b" her community. The congregation is in charge of 221 schools 55 workrooms and domestic schools, with an enrollment of 33,144 pupils. In the niedlcal field the Sisters conduct 102 dispensaries, 43 hospitals, 26 maternity centers and 9 leper settlements. Holy Childhood News Assumption SChool, Bellingham--The total continues to grow with each passing day. Recently the pupils of Assumption School added to what has already been accomplished by contributing iI more ran- soms. A previous total of 54 raises the present figure to 65 ransoms• • Queen of Angels School, Port Angeles--The first fruits of the Len- ten -sacrifices from the pupils of Queen of Angels School, Port Angeles, is enough for the ransom of 8 pagan babies• One of these is an in- dividual ransom by Frederick Leissler of the Sixth Grade• The Sev- enth and Eighth Grade boys and girls have each a ransom; the same is true likewise of the boys and girls of the Fifth Grade• The Sixth Grade as a class has one ransom; the Second and Third Grade one ransom; and the First Grade one ransom. The total number of ran- soma is 44. J Radio Programs 1 Religi°usVacati°n , School Opens Monday SatUrday, March 29, KOL, 7:30 1 to 8 p. fro--Ave Maria Hour. At St. Peter Parish Sunday, March 30, KOL, 1:30 to 2 p. fro--Special Palm •Sunday A religious vacation school for broadcast Ave Maria Hour• ]Catholic children attending pub- Sunday, March 30, KOMO, 3 to lic sclmols will be held in St. Peter 3:30 p. m.--The at. Rev. Msgr. Parish for one week opening on Fulton J. Sheen will deliver the!Monday, March 31! address on The Catholic Hour• I The classes which will be held Sunday, March frO, KXA, 3:30 to i from 9 a. m• to 3 p• m. will be 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. Francis. I conducted by the Sisters of St. Jo- Sttnday, March 30, KOL, 3:45 to ' seph Many of the cla..s will make 4 p. nL--Stories from The Catho- their first Holy Communion on lic igest. I Easter Sunday• Miss Mary :Kirby; outside senti_nol, I Miss Lola Moran; organist, Mrs I Joseph Bassi; installing officer, Miss Mabel Barlow; installing marshal, Mrs. Harry Ashmore; guardian of the cross, Miss Dorothy Muyllaert and guardian of the flag, Miss Mary Jane Har- kins. The Flag Team will come from Tacoma Institute, Tacoma• Officers of the new Instdtute are past president, Miss Jeanne Feb- hie; president, Mrs. Nicholas Srro, first v. p., Mrs.= Lucilte VVilson; second v. p., Mrs. Lucy Supine; rec. see., Mrs. Margaret Colasurdo; fin. see., Mrs. Carme- lite Rockey; trees•, Miss Florence Colacarro; marshal, Miss Florence i LaTorre; inside sentinel, Mrs. Mar- ion Dace; outside sentinel, Mrs. Elizabeth Casal; trustees, Mrs. Henriettu Fiorito, Miss Josephine Colacarro and Mrs. Frances Sharp; organist, Mrs. Victoria Schmidt. The new Institute will meet the second and fourth Fridays at the Gowman Hotel. All members in District No. 15 are invited to the" beautiful and impressive ceremon- "lea• The following members of the Queen .Institute are in charge of the tea table and decorations: The ]Kisses Corn Riker, Elaine Kilty, Mary Slencik, Margaret May, Alice Hopper, Mary Kirby and the Mes- dames Maud Moffatt, Sarah Chea- ley, Margaret McKenna, Helena Smith and Gertrude O'Gorman. Since 1911 ... a name that merited the confidence of Catholic people of Seattle. hos the JOSEPH R. Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 ilth Ave, EAst 7484 Rev. John. M. McCarthy. of the Chicago Archdiocesan Mission Band, who will spea-k on the Catholic Hour during the last three Sundays of April. Father McCarthy's subject will be: "America, Morality and the Unit- ed Nations." The Catholic Hour is produced by the National Coun- cil of Catholic Men, in "coopera- tion with the National Broadcast- ing Company, and is broadcast over the nationwide NBC network at 6:00 P. M., E. S• T., every Sunday• (NC Photos) HWEST PROGRESS -- 00OVICES ADMITTED w£00.s Against -- TO PROFESSION AT Cut In Customs MOUNT SAINT MARY Patro] Service ELLINGHAM March 24. The +. .... .... , ?east of St. Joseph March 19, ::.:::::.::-:: " " " vas a day of soecial cere.mon- for ::i::::::: : he Sistez's Of St. Joseph at 'their i:::::/:: . rovineiat House in South Belling- i:i::: : : :am• Four young novices were i+ tdmitted to pro{ession with tern- :::-::.: orary vows. The Rev. John Power. chaplain t Mount St. Mary pres:ded at the :::::::::::::::::::::: eremony and received the vows of lister Mary Jeanne. S!ster Mary ...................... ]erard, Sister Mary Bernice and ister Mary Henrietta. . ===============-==================== Father Power also addressed he newly professed sisters, ex- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,ressing his congratulations and a ew inspirational remarks on the Feat reward attached to generous :ulfillment of a sister's vocation. The annual retreat preceding :he ceremony was conducted by :ev. Father Lynch, S. J.. of Ta- 'oma• O'Dea others' Club Plans Dessert-Bridge Mothers of O'Dea' sophomore students are planning a dessert- bridge for Easter Monday at 1:30 ). m. in the Cathedral Hll. Mrs. Catherine Baskett will be general i chairman. City-Wide Comm,ttee Sponsoring Lecture RAY J• O'HF_RN Customs Assn. President Cut in the U• S• Customs port patrol personnel, scheduled to go i into effect today, will seriousl5 1 'impair the service, it was pointed I out, yesterday, by Ray J. O'Hearn, 'i president of t h e Washington i branch, National Customs Service l Association• O'Hearn, former Seattle College student who served as a Navy lieutenant + during the g+ar, said that national budget appropria- tions cuts call for immediate drop- ping of 39 men locally and 799 Here by Mrs Brady throughouttheU•S. • Prevention of dope smuggling is one of the functions to be impaired I A CITY-WIDE committee 00e,re-00 ALUMNAETO S I.AG E Senting Catholic clubs and as- sociations is sponsoring the lec- ture to be given here by Mrs• PASSION PLAY AT Anna Brady, director of the Pro Dee international centers of m- formation• Mrs. Brady will speak FOREST on "The Apostolate of Public . + + through personnel cuts, O'Hearn I I '" [said. I I "Only last week in the Port of '•tNew York Customs Officer Mur- Iray was directly resp.onsible for , I = [seisure of deadly Heroin, worth I " IP [ $1,147,400 at dope peddlers' prices," I lUb] said Mr. O'Hearn. "Murray i one ....... of the officers who will be dropped. - - [Friday, under the budget cut," h4 "The Upper Room," world fa- ] added. mous passion play by Msgr• Rob-] Importers associations, Cham- ert H Benson will be presented be m h • " ' . " I rs of Ca merce, s ippino, air- zn the Forest Ridge Convent au 'hn n o h t • . -f" es, a d t er busness groups dztormm, on Palm Sunday There ha d c r • J ve e la ed against the cut on will be two performances, ,at 2:30 I the grounds that it will slow serv- p. m. and 7:30 p. m., by an all-lice to travelers and importers• alumnae cast All friends of the] Mr O'Hearn urges that in, lava'- convent are invited. I dual citizens write their represent- Proceeds from a silver offering atives in Congress on the matter, will benefit convents in European i and he offers to supply speakers. war areas. 1 from his association to present Friday, March 28,. 19q7 Ready-Made Veils For First HOLY COMMUNION Religious Gifts For Easter Colorful Easter Cards OUR VEILS are made of good quality netting, hemmed; with shirred caps adorned with bows. Elastic adjusters-- $2.25. Plain, hemmed veils, $1.50 Our selection of EASTER GIFTS needs no introduction! Rosaries, 'statues, pictures, crucifixes, medals, and many other items. Make yours a religious remembrance this year. facts to interested groups. CHEHALIS MOTHERS CLUB PLANT SALE 00j:i TO AID LIBRARY I We feature the Rust Craft line of E/gTER CARDS. The i:: finest we have yet been able to offer• Many famed + artists have contributed to the beauty of the designs. Cards of many other publishers, too. The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth Ave. 74 Broadway (Near Steam'art St.) MAin 2702 MAin 413 • [Stores also in Spokane, WaalL: Vancouver, B. (3. m + +. Opinion," at 8:30 p. m. "Friday, April 11, in the Providence Hos- pital auditorium• Mrs. Brady, founder and ad- ministrative director of the Ameri- can Center of Information Pro ]. Dee, in New York City is also a Dinner Monday ror director of the international cen- ..... 1 ters Pro Deo• The movement which PBY Members ot YUI a00:s at creating an international press agency to report and corre- Kaye's Beauty Salon P-B-Y members, of" the Young Ladies Institute will have a smor- gasbord dinner on Monday, March S1, at 6:30 p: m. at the Kungs- holm Dining Room, 502 Univer- sity Way. Following the dinner, Pat Chose, well-known maglcianl of the University District, will en- tertain. MemtYers who plan to attend are requested to make reservations with Miss Irene Kelly, CA. 7112, cr Mrs. Harry Wyman, CA. 1779, not later than Sunday. late world-wide news has received encouragement from the Vatican where several of its international conventions have bee held. Pro Dee centers now are functioning in Central and South American cities as well as in Europe. Many On Committee - Coordinating plans for Mrs. Brady's Seattle lecture are Dr. Jean David, professor of Ro- mance languages at the U. of W.; i Mrs. T. R. Bresnahan of the Y o u n g Ladies Institute; and Charles Giese, president of the Requiem High Mass t Newman Alumni Association. F J h J.Dy ]Representatives of the Catholic or o n . er clubs on the committee are: Cath- I olic Daughters of America, Miss Mary May and Charles Giese; Chancellor Club, Miss Mary Ann Stewart and Miss Maribeth Caru- fel; Newman Club, Mr. Cem Bou- lander and Tom Toomey; St Peter; Claver Center, Mrs. A. Be- wen, Miss Margaret Harrington, Miss Melvina Squires, Miss Sue Gerrard, and Miss Mary Ann and Armin Washington. Representing other groups are, of Seattle for more than 45 years• Mr. Dyer was one of the first subscribers to The Catholic North- west Progress. He was a-men-,her of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Nellie End, el, Mrs. Catherine Murphy; and Miss Mary Dyer, a son, John R. Dyer, and two grand- sons, all of Seattle. Holy Angels' /othes' i for the Stella Marls League, Miss Jane Feely; Catholic Seamens' Club Meets Merch 31 Club, Wm. Frey; ProvidenceSchool of Nursing. Miss Ann Bethschant -- and Miss "Belle Wolfe; Catholic Holy Angels' Mothers' Club will War Veterans, Tom Delaney, John meet at 8 p. m. on Monday, March Slater and Bob O'Gorman; the ! 31, in the school hall, t Holy Name Socmty, John L. Fitz- patrmk D CCW, Mrs R C PADDEN & MORIARTY,  " ; ....... 1212 American Building j Schank, Mrs. B. J. Riverman, and Seattle 4, Washmgtn I Mrs Roulon Compton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE| " State of Washington For Yng Coun-[ Tickets may be secured from ty.--In Probate. • r h " In the Matter of the consolidated[ membe s of t e committee or at estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E: [ the Guild Book Store for fifty Nash, his wife, deeeased.--No. 101173.. cent s bax included• --Notice to Creditors• Notice is hereby, given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator with the will The opportunities offered to the annexed of the Last Will and Testa- individual to secure the comforts sent and of the Estate of Mary E. Nash, deceased, and as Administrator of life are better here than are with the will annexed of the Last Will found elsewhere. -- B e n j a m i n and Testament and of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, which said Harrison. Mrs. Anna Brady.To ] Address Students I " At Forest Ridge! -rs. Ann-M. Brady, director of the American Center Pro Deal (CIP) will address Forest Ridge students and friends of the con- vent, at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday next, on "The Apostolate of Pub- lic Opinion•" " ] During her visit to Seattle, Mrs. Brady will be a guest of the Re-[ Club Meets Tuesday CHEHALIS, Wash. -- The first : school delightfully entertained the and second grades of St. Joseph Mother's Club at its meeting, in the parish hall, Friday• It was decided ,at this meeting to hold a plant sale next Sunday for benefit of the library fund. The school's library is one of the club's major projects• Sister Jean Francis was a guest of the after- noon and took the mother's through the library which has been completely redecorated ,and will be officially opened Monday. The first and second grades won the attendance banner• Holy Rosary High School Moth- ers' Club will meet at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday, April 1, in the school library. A social meeting will fol- low the business session• The Father-Daughter banquet held last Sunday at Holy Rosary- was attended by 112. A short pro- gram was presented by the rls after the banquet. In Memoriam Pray for 3-our departed priests [ o the charity of your Masse I and prayers is commended the souls of the following departed [ priests who had served in the Die- [ cese of Seattle: The R6v. P. C. A. Winter, died March 29, 1904. The Rev. John J. Barry, died April 5, 1927. Graver Cleveland is the only person to have served two terms as President of the United States that were not consecutive. estates have been consolidated for put- DOSes of probate; that all persons hay- l ingelaimsagainstsaidMaryE. Nash,[ It --n ___._.__ ADS ' deceased, or aga:'nst Frank E. Nash., I[-lA&tlllEn I deceased, or against the community I + " kJlm+a.lll'-llll ' I s ....... composed of Mary E. Na h and Frank l E. Nash, deceased, are hereby.r.eq.u[red I Rate: 20e ver line. Forms close Thursday a.m. I to serve the same, UtIIM verlllea, oD TO ; €,-,. . r.... A;.;*.*I COMP METER SCHOOL REFRIGERATION REPAIR ,.."t, .'"'=,Y..". "r"u'"f'?e'"2".;[ ENROLL NOW -- Day Half-Day and lAAA Appliance--302 W Nickerson AL gin trte Wilt annexecI O ix] state Oi] Evenin- - - " " - ..t --   " " .',, . mns " "'°'::-?'-vl'l annexe J-l Streamlined Comptometer Cour at l stramr With the l u oz th P.¢tnt, n¢ 'rrde . Mash da,:d I the Comntometer School. Dougla+l GARDENING 0r-his'attoneys'o'f record at t-heraldS[ Bld. MA 8&'. FOR SALE--Rich, b!ack humus• Real dress below stated, and file the samel , bargain. Stock piled at 85th and with the Clerk of said Court together[ In trho--'v'i:::-'.?='2]Y,  I Greenwood• g profit if U-pick-up• wth proof of such service with n six washed- €lor= l '€ = KE. 9073. 3-28-47 • . | * ...................  .... months after the date of first pubhea- Etror b'JHdin *¢e mr .l*rl I-- • o " " e wi " ' " ................ • " tzon .f thzs notlee, or the sam II be] MOBILE STEAM CLEANERS, AL I CHILDREN S hand tailored, custom- barre. . ....... -  5432 tf 1 made coats Call "CHILDREN'S tirst puolication March zl, £. I ....... ] COATS" CA 6234 4-4-47 STANLEY 3 PADDEN Administrator : EXPERIENC , ". .. I ................ . , " . " ru accountant %%,111 super- --7------- with "ze w£11 annexed of the Lastl --:s ...... ,,-++ ..... .;+ ' ^, [ WANTED TO RENT %Vill and Testament and o£ the Es-[ lection tax roblem a . [Elderly couple urgently nc_d unft, r- tate of Mary E. Nash, deceased• and I '  " ........... 1":] 47[ nished apt. or cottage near Church. Administrator with the will annexed[ " " I Reasonable Can ive best refer- of the Last Will and Testament and[ ] ences. AL 5631.  3-28-47 of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, de- SOUND TIRE CO "John 3 h "" " I ( OSep Keen ceased, and of the Consolidated Es- 1 nenl 306 W Nl'ckerso- a o- WANTED TO RENT rates of Frank E Nash and Mary E | " " ........... S ...... - ..... - Tire Vulcanizing and Recapping. New [ taff member Catholic Catholic Sea- ra n nzs wne aeceasea .oross men s , , + --.. - "- .:t and Used Tires--Retail and Whole-I 's CLub needs furnished apt. for 1212 Amelzcan tdg eatt]e  sale mother and sell b A ] .... " "" "  , 4-4-47] Y prl 15. Call wasn[ngxon. I EL 0976 / a 3 28/47 PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for { WANTED I .............. ! Estates, 1212 American B]dg•, Seattle]Reliable man as caretaker. Fifth-e]ass BUY OR SELL your home in West 4, Washington, j lieense necessary. 1316 Second W.,I Seattle through Joe Casey, Agt., WE.i Final publication April 4, 17. 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