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page Six CATHOLIC NORTHWEST:-PROGRESS mm Friday, April 4, 1947 OLYMPIA United Dairy INROOM No. 21 By Margaret Gilbert "Gold Medal ....  99 r ALL, brad-shuldered 3e Shannn stood beside the has- Milk bed .and grinned down at Pat--blonde, glamorous, utterly spoiled Pat. Joe was the gefiuine type--only a few Hooded Top Protects liyears ago he was carrying the ball and leaving a red hot [ trail all over the gridiron. Now, he wore the "ruptured duck" i The Pouring Lip ,n his lapel--he still got a peculiar-- *-- feelin'g in his left shoulder, and - -. I I It hat the gathering twahght pro- _. 221 State Phone 8. llsometimes wondered whether theltecte d her from the nurse's ob- [ doctors had really gotten all that servation, and glad that a signal ........ l snrapnel out. l bell in the hall took this white "Well, Patsykins" he kidded his crispness out of the room But JOHN F .... " lwlfe' you really Axed thms uPlnot for long. She was back again, A J Homann ,his time. That's an original out-witltwohugeboxesofflowers. One [fit you re wearing, if I ever saWwa s from Joe. reed, red roses---he !one. There won't be another one FORBES General Contractor Specializing in Commercial Construction " Estimates Gladly Furnished 112 No. Franklin Phone 8158 ROAD BUILDING CONTRACTOR Bituminous and Macadam Olympia, P. O. Box 174 Phone 39.tl) = Greetings From "OLD SETTLER" PRODUCTS A. H. Chambers Packing Co, GREETINGS OLYMPIA CLEANERS Phone 4486 OLYMPia, WASIt. Copeland Lumber Co. Lumber Building Materials 4th and Water Phone 6653 "QUALITY WORK" 114 East 9th St. Phone 3413 Ol)Tnpia, Wash. GILLETTE & GUFFEY DRUGS hadht a note in with them: Don't like it in the Easter parade." worry, Patsykins. YoUr father "Oh, Joe! Don't tell me I have to spend Easter here! In a hos- :ital ?" "WHY not? I could think of worse places to be." "Such as?" "Such as a nice fox-hole. Now, there is a spot. Jap bullets com- ing at you from one side---ping, ping, and half the insects in crea- t:on marching |n from the other side." "Oh, Joe, can't you ever forget all that? The war's over now." "Yeah, that's just it--the war's over and a lot of people have al- ready forgotten." "Well, for Pete's sake, whB.t does that have to do with my spending Easter in this hospital? I'm just a number--Room No. 21." "I'm just trying to tell you that this isn't such a bad place, and that fa:r young ladies who like to play tag with traffic dangers very often have to pay the price. We'll have to keep you cooped up for a while and make this community safe for the rest of the people: This is Lent, you know--so you just stay right here, and do a lit- tle meditation on what a menace ,ou are with that little roadster of yours." Joe's grin had broadened and the twinkle in his eyes brlghtened as he talked, but these were lost on Pat. "Joe Shannon," she started, "don't you try to tell me.. 7' "Hey, don't get yourself so work- ed up. What you want to do? Start a fever ?" "But, Joe, it was going to be such a lovely holiday--your first Easter home. I had gotten a new suit, and had most of our things and I had a Bad scare at first,] when we didn't know how badly I hurt you were. Now, all you have] to do is re-t and when you are 1 o. l., we'll manage a trip some- how." "Your father and r'--Pat blush- ed again. Dear old Dad! Of course, he was worried. It was such a short time ago that she had been begging him for tl!is very -oadster. At first' he had said, "Nothing doing--why should I buy my lit- tle girl a car? So she can go out and break her neck ?" Pat opened the other box. Lilies of the valley from her pal. On the card was written, "Good luck, kidl Don't *tarry in that hospital too long--the Club affair isn't far off. Gladys. P. S.Glad the car isn't t0c bad!y cracked Up---the darn things are still hard to get!" Pat suddenly felt weary as she watched the nurse take the flowers out to arrange them in vases, and she was just dozing off to sleep when she heard a childish voice. Opening her eyes, she Saw a wheel- chair, and in it, a boy ten years old. He was wheeling himself along, and gleefully pretending to run ovr two nurses. Pat's interest was aroused in spite of herself. When a nurse's aide came in with her supper tray, she asked about the child. "Oh, that's the little Miller boy --Jimmy Miller. He's in Surgical, up at the other end of the build- ing. Just getting over appendi- citis." CALVARY GROUP---A G. i. GIFT beautiful Calvary group was presented by the men f Cotnpany A, 102nd Engineers, 27th Div., United States Army, to St. Anthony's Church in the little town of Kailua, Island of Oahu, Hawaii; and dedicated there recently. Pastor of the church is Father Anthony 0'Brien, who was an Army chaplain during the war, and a member Of the me outfit. The tatues, nearly 20 feet :high, have a rich reen background of Coconut palms. Photo courtesy Hawaii Catholic Herald. (NO Photoe) nun's low voice. "You have some injuries and a condition of shock from your accident, but thank God for the comfort with which you are surrounded. When you say your night prayers, offer God your sufferings for someone else. There are so many poor. lonely souls who need a little prayer, a little help." "Oh, Sister, how can you live like this? Just seeing sick people SPAIN'S PRIMATE ASKS DEFINITION OF ASSUMPTION DOGMA BY FRANCISCO DE LUIS, (Madrid Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) TOLEDO, Spa.m--"Spain's de- votion to the Assumption of Mary is in accord w'th the sentiment" of the entire Church," His Eminence Enrique Cardinal Play Deniel, Archbbishop of Toledo and Pri- mate of Spain, said in a letter to His Holiness Pope Plus XIL He wrote in response to a let- ter in which the Sovereign Pontiff "Your Friendly Drug Stores" :rumwater Sqllarre 4th and Capitol Way Pho,w 3770 Phone 5589 Registered Pharmacist in Charge at All "Times EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE HELMUTH KLEIN BILL SCHMIDTKE CaF'tc00 Sheet Metal Works Roofing, Heating, Iron Firemanl Stoker & Oil Burners General Sheet Metal Work "107 No. Columbia Phone 3542 Capital Laundry & Cleaners = CLEANING and PRESSING CARPET CLEANING 514 4'th Ave. Phone 7767 BUTLER AUTO REBUILD OLYMPIA'S FINEST 314 N. Washington" St. Telephone 6971 OLYMPIA LIEBE'S HARDWARE Marshall-Wells Associate Builders' Hardware--Paints - Appliances - Household Supplies----Sporting Goods 220 E. 4th Phone 3542 GREETINGS Capital Savings & Loan Ass'n. 5th and Washington OLYMPIA TRITON MoToR OILS Olympia Garage, Inc. H. W. E. Bolender Union Oil Prodncts Phone 5032 118 West Fifth Avenue Capital Body & Fender Olympia's Oldest New Location 312 N. Columbia Phone 6951 "Our Years of Service Is Your Protection" Frank Whitmarsh EASTER GREETINGS CAPITOL CHEVROLET CO. VARREN SIMMONS 4th at Cherry Street Phone 5516 We Service All Makes of Cars and Trucks - A. J. Phillips Lumber Co. A. J. Phillips Construction Company A Complete Bnilding and ' Remodeling Service 402 W. 5th Phone 3701 Capitol City Forging Works Implement Dealers, Blacksmiths, Welders and Machinists A. P. P'latenberg, Mgr. Phone 3965 505 Water St. packed. Why did it have to hap- pen now? .... What did you say the boy's: "Because you were in too much name is?" of a hurry." "Jimmy--Jimmy Miller." "But 1 was late! I told you J After supper Pat listened to the that!" l radio a little, thumbed the pages "Yeah, late for a card party! ] ot a magazine, smoked a little, and So late you almost climbed alreceived phone calls from her tree!" father and several friends. A Pat was almost crying now. "Go heavy rain had come up, No one on--get good and mad at me. I could expect visitors that night, That'll help a lot." 'and Joe was about forty miles Joe sat on the side of the bed snd took Pat's hand in both of his. "Now, look, Patsykins, you know, We really should act like grownup people. After all, we are married --and a husband has certain re-l sponsibilites. He just can't get away from them. In this case, you came darn near to putting me on the spot. It boils down to this --that traffic light at that stop had been reported for a mechanical defect, and nothing had been done about repairing it. Otherwise, you might actually be in a jail hospital instead of here at St. Joseph's. You're just lucky, we're all lucky that you hurt no one except your- self." "But what about our Easter trip ?" "We'll just have to take a trip i all the time, every day ? I couldn't do it one day." "It is a blessed way to live, my dear. Pain and sickness bring many people very close to God. "I didn't know there were chil- Sometimes I think we walk, all dren on this floor." vnknowing, among some of His "Oh, there are a dozen or so up tsaints." in" Surgical. When they can getl Pat slept fitfully through dreams into wheelchairs, they go all over in which she was taunted by echoes the place." of the day's words--"was your away on a business call Pat felt fidgety, disturbed. .he tm'zc2 of; the light and tried to rest in the dark--not a very good idea, she decided She snapped on the light again. Just then, a w]eel chair appeared .in the doorway and a boyish voice said, "Hello." "Why, hello, Jimmy, come in." "Howdja know my name ?" "Oh, a little bird told me." "Little birds don't talk. Who told you ?" Pat couldn't help laughing, and gave him the source of her in- formation. "Well, anyhow," said Jimmy, "I bet you don't know what the para- chute jumper says to the jump- master." "Well, no, I don't. "Open the door, Richard!" whenever we can, 'dear. The M.D. And he wheeled sharply away, says you'll be here at least a week, hut Pat called him back. so why not just relax? It won't I 'Tell me about yourself. Do be too long--you can just chalk you have any brothers or sisters it up to experienee?' at home ?" husband disappointed"--"we don't had sought the views of Patri- have a father any more"--"say archs, Archbishops, and Bishops your night prayers"--"People have the world over and of their people, already forgotten"--s0 many worse regarding the matter of defining of than we are " Towards morn- I the Dogma of the Assum-tion of .... .... L -/ = rag, she awoke so feverish and .............. , t tne tot rozy virgan. cYying that a sedative had to be[ Afire ba.t, lner a't,-nnrend,p,l th adfninistered. For several days [ s_--]a'[-tit-l'-'d-r.'i -''-". .':.-- " ..... i"  '/ ' I an mot Ve OZ t,no slle was Kept quiet anti no vas torst Mar" - o ...... ' . . . j - lan flev lion ll i/is Arc- admittea except Joe "i e ' ' " i u De se, Cardinal Play Deniel "It is nothing serious, Mr. Shah- non, but she must have rest and SpaJfish cathedrals, aside from quiet. Her nerves are tight as a violin string." "Yes, I know "she lives on ex- citement." Pat opened her eyes and looked around. She felt rested. The sun was shining. There was distant music. Something of happiness and contentment seemed to stir the air. An aide came in with flowers. After greeting her patient, she turned to the aide, saying, "Con- gratulations, Anna--you must be very happy. And on Easter, too." "Is it Easter?" queried Pat. "It surely is, and a beautiful one, too." "Gee, where's ray husband ?" She felt like crying. "He'll be here soon, and the flowers! I think he just bought out a flower shop." "Where's Jimmy ?" ! "Oh, he went home. The nurses gave hirr, a baby bunny for Faster." Pat found herself saying, "I would like to give him something, too." "Well, that's swell--I'm sure his people could use a little help." Pat was curious to know about the aide, and asked, "What is she receiving congratulations for?" "Oh, you mean Mrs. Polchoski-- she just got her citizenship papers yesterday She's Polish, and a wonderful woman. She escaped to ths country in the early days of the war, and by the work of her own hands has kept her little family together." Just then, Anne came in. .(Continued on Page 7) Carroll Club Is Presenting Third Marriage Institute NL-'%V YORK--(NC)--The Car- roll Club's third annual Institute[ on Marriage now in progress here ] will continue until May 18th. Ses- ] sions are held each Tuesday eve- I ning at the club's headquarters,[ 120 Madison Avenue. [ Subjects to be discussed include[ "Marriage as a Way of Life,". "The Catholic DoCtor Looks at Marriage, .... Psychology of Inter- Personal Relationship," "Home Efficiency and Beauty," "Budget- ing for the Home", and "The, Catholic Wife and Mother." The i institute is under the direction of the Rev. Gerard Murphy, S. J., oJ St. Peter's College, Jersey City. "Ihe series will be concluded by "A Day of Recollection" for en- gaged and married couples under the guidance of Father Murphy. pointed out that "28 other that of Toledo and many smll- er churches, have the Assump- tion of the Virgin Mary as Pa- troness." The letter cites a series of im- portant historic facts which show clearly the profound sentiment and desire manifested by Catho- lics in order that the Dogma o the Assumption may be defined The letter concludes: "It seems that the proper time has come when the Vicar of Christ, with his supreme and ineffable judge- ment, may define the Dogma of the Assumption of the Most Holy Virgin Mary, a request which, in my name, in that of the clergy and of the people entrusted to me I place before Your Holiness." Gospels Translated For Eskimo Tribe00 QUEBECThe Rev. lonel Du- charme, O... I., has published a translation of the Gospels for Eskimos. The text is in symbolic characters, a writing invented for the Indians" by an Anglican mis- sionary, and adapted to the Es. kimos by Bishop Arsene Ttw- quetil, O. M. I., retired Vica Apostolic ot Hudson Bay, now re- siding in Washington, D, C. With the exception of those of Alaska and the Mackenzie dist- ricts, the Eskimos have not yet mastered the alphabetical system of writing, but all, both young and 91d, read the symbolic characters. France Awards Honor To Cardinal Tisserant PARIS.--Acting on the proposal of Georges Bidault, Minister of 'oreign Affairs, the French President signed a decree award- ing the scrf of Commander of the Legion of Honor to His Emi- nence Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, prefect of the Sacred Congrega- tion for the Oriental Church, who is a native of France. The same decree names wo French prelates, stationed in Rome, as Officers of the Legion of Honor; Monsignor Jullien and Monsignor Fontenelle. The latter is a canon at St Peter's Basilica and Rome correspondent of La Croix, Paris daily newspaper. Father Descottes, a religious scholar, also has  been appointed an Officer of the Legion. What other form of govern- ment, indeed, can so well deserve our esteem and love. -- John Adaxs. A nurse, mature in years, but bubbling over with health and vigor and white crispness stepped into the room. "Sorry, Mr. Shannon, visiting hours are over for the day." A few more words---a brief kiss --and Pat was alone in the quiet too quiet room. She rang for the nurse. "Would you leave 'the door open please, so I can at least see and hear someth.ing? It's so awfully still in here." The nurse's first response was a cheery laugh. "Sure, I'll leave the door open. Something tells me that you're not used to being alone --or still--very much," she said. "Of course, I'm not. Why should I be? There's too much to do in life to just sit still and let it pass you by." "Is there, now? well, sometimes I wonder. All kinds came in and out of a place like this. It makes me stop and wonder--do these people who rush around so, always on the go, really know what they're after ?" "Well, I know what I was after. This is the first spring my hus- band has been out of the service, and we were going away on a holiday tril>---for a whole week." "Oh, that's too bad"--she gave a final pat to the pillow--"was your husband terribly disappoint- ed?,, The words cut ' through Pat like a knife. '%Vas your husband disap-i pointed?" She felt as though a hot I flame had spread over her face, all the way to the roots of her hair. Was Joe disappointed at having to cancel their trip? She didn't know--she hadn't thought of him. She actually didn't know how her own husband felt. She was glad "Oh, yes ma'am. Two brothers and two sisters. And Mom." "And your father?" "Oh, we don't have a father any more. He got sick and died. That as a long time ago. Morn takes care of us--only she dt't have to work so hard now. My ig broth- ers work. And I help so me, too--- rve got a paper route, aU by my- self." A queer lump came into Pat's throat. "But your mother must get aw- fully worried, sometimes." "Oh, yes ma'am, but my Morn laughs a lot. She says we really ought to laugh a lot, 'cause there's so many people in the world worse off than we are." After Jimmy had left and Pat was again alone with her thoughts, she found herself trying to do some mental, arithmetie--five children, rent, food, clothes and now ten days in a hospital--doctor's bill an operation. '%Vell, I'm certainly not responsible for other people's plights, but, doggone, I'd like to help that little fellow." And then Sister Angela came in, making her rounds for the night. "Good evening, my dear. Let's  fluff the pillows up a little, shall we ? How do you feel ?" "Sort of like I'm in a strait. iacket." Sister laughed merrily. "Now really, our little hospital isn't that bad, is it?" "Oh, I just can't get used to taying quiet. I like to have things hvely, and be on the go, and have .xciting things happen." "There's too much excitement in *.be world now, dear. The oppor- *.unity to be quiet, to get to know one's self, is a blessing." There was calm and reassurance in the OLYMPIA ST.-PETER HOSPITAL Sisters of :i:::;;do00YProvide.ce Fireproof- Modern Equipment 'd Unextelled Service Training School For Nurses C C hester LA S O. " 7 F I fi ! F R of All Kinds Ill ! 1 4 ll lll ] l 1 ] Sheet Glass - Auto GISss I ......... Ill Safety Glass - Plate Glass I "lumolng ana rieatmg I I I Stock Sash and Doors I n [ Made and lxtred Co tracting and Sup lies ' ': '" Lumoer ana Jiectrm worx Ill 123-125 Columbia St. I 613 State Ave. Phone 6201 ! ] Phone 4364 I GREETINGS West Side Logging Dump Olympia Oil and Wood Products Co., Inc. Stove, Diesel and Fuel Oils Coal, Wood, Sawdust ROCKWAY-LELAND BLDG. Telephone 4411 NELSON CLEANERS QUALITY WORK ALWAYS Phone 3031 West Olympia Ross Stover Furniture Co,. CARL M. STOVER, Owner COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 705 E. 4th Phone 5932 Mills & Mills A. D. MILLS L. O. SWENSON f FUNERAL PARLORS 414 s. 'anklin Phone 7212 OLYMPIA FEED gO. FRED HGLM Auto Loans and Feed 7795 Olympia--or 378 Shelton HEYE BROTHERS GROCERY TONY - FRE]5 ADOLPH INDEPENDENTLY OWND SERVICI STORE FREE DELIVERY Phone 6616 and 6617 Fourth at Columbia Kincy Hardware Co. Goulcl's and Fairbanks-Morse Water Systems Duotherm 0il Heating Stoves National Lead Paints Builders' Hardware 512 E. 4th Ave. Ph. 6586 GREETINGS KRESEK OLYMPIA'S COMPLETE SPORT STORE Conveniently Located at 5th & Capitol Way Phone 3729 SPORTS EQUIPMENT Men's and Women's Sportswear GOVERNOR HOTEL GARAGE R. C. CLARKE, Cwner 618 Columbia Phone 5733 Klingbeirs Model Market Meats of the Finest Quality 305 East 4th St. HILSTAD'S Draperies & Curtains Venetian Blinds Window Shades Rugs FURNITURE UPHOLsTERING 312 Eimt 4th Avenue Phone 5764 page Six CATHOLIC NORTHWEST:-PROGRESS mm Friday, April 4, 1947 OLYMPIA United Dairy INROOM No. 21 By Margaret Gilbert "Gold Medal ....  99 r ALL, brad-shuldered 3e Shannn stood beside the has- Milk bed .and grinned down at Pat--blonde, glamorous, utterly spoiled Pat. Joe was the gefiuine type--only a few Hooded Top Protects liyears ago he was carrying the ball and leaving a red hot [ trail all over the gridiron. Now, he wore the "ruptured duck" i The Pouring Lip ,n his lapel--he still got a peculiar-- *-- feelin'g in his left shoulder, and - -. I I It hat the gathering twahght pro- _. 221 State Phone 8. llsometimes wondered whether theltecte d her from the nurse's ob- [ doctors had really gotten all that servation, and glad that a signal ........ l snrapnel out. l bell in the hall took this white "Well, Patsykins" he kidded his crispness out of the room But JOHN F .... " lwlfe' you really Axed thms uPlnot for long. She was back again, A J Homann ,his time. That's an original out-witltwohugeboxesofflowers. One [fit you re wearing, if I ever saWwa s from Joe. reed, red roses---he !one. There won't be another one FORBES General Contractor Specializing in Commercial Construction " Estimates Gladly Furnished 112 No. Franklin Phone 8158 ROAD BUILDING CONTRACTOR Bituminous and Macadam Olympia, P. O. Box 174 Phone 39.tl) = Greetings From "OLD SETTLER" PRODUCTS A. H. Chambers Packing Co, GREETINGS OLYMPIA CLEANERS Phone 4486 OLYMPia, WASIt. Copeland Lumber Co. Lumber Building Materials 4th and Water Phone 6653 "QUALITY WORK" 114 East 9th St. Phone 3413 Ol)Tnpia, Wash. GILLETTE & GUFFEY DRUGS hadht a note in with them: Don't like it in the Easter parade." worry, Patsykins. YoUr father "Oh, Joe! Don't tell me I have to spend Easter here! In a hos- :ital ?" "WHY not? I could think of worse places to be." "Such as?" "Such as a nice fox-hole. Now, there is a spot. Jap bullets com- ing at you from one side---ping, ping, and half the insects in crea- t:on marching |n from the other side." "Oh, Joe, can't you ever forget all that? The war's over now." "Yeah, that's just it--the war's over and a lot of people have al- ready forgotten." "Well, for Pete's sake, whB.t does that have to do with my spending Easter in this hospital? I'm just a number--Room No. 21." "I'm just trying to tell you that this isn't such a bad place, and that fa:r young ladies who like to play tag with traffic dangers very often have to pay the price. We'll have to keep you cooped up for a while and make this community safe for the rest of the people: This is Lent, you know--so you just stay right here, and do a lit- tle meditation on what a menace ,ou are with that little roadster of yours." Joe's grin had broadened and the twinkle in his eyes brlghtened as he talked, but these were lost on Pat. "Joe Shannon," she started, "don't you try to tell me.. 7' "Hey, don't get yourself so work- ed up. What you want to do? Start a fever ?" "But, Joe, it was going to be such a lovely holiday--your first Easter home. I had gotten a new suit, and had most of our things and I had a Bad scare at first,] when we didn't know how badly I hurt you were. Now, all you have] to do is re-t and when you are 1 o. l., we'll manage a trip some- how." "Your father and r'--Pat blush- ed again. Dear old Dad! Of course, he was worried. It was such a short time ago that she had been begging him for tl!is very -oadster. At first' he had said, "Nothing doing--why should I buy my lit- tle girl a car? So she can go out and break her neck ?" Pat opened the other box. Lilies of the valley from her pal. On the card was written, "Good luck, kidl Don't *tarry in that hospital too long--the Club affair isn't far off. Gladys. P. S.Glad the car isn't t0c bad!y cracked Up---the darn things are still hard to get!" Pat suddenly felt weary as she watched the nurse take the flowers out to arrange them in vases, and she was just dozing off to sleep when she heard a childish voice. Opening her eyes, she Saw a wheel- chair, and in it, a boy ten years old. He was wheeling himself along, and gleefully pretending to run ovr two nurses. Pat's interest was aroused in spite of herself. When a nurse's aide came in with her supper tray, she asked about the child. "Oh, that's the little Miller boy --Jimmy Miller. He's in Surgical, up at the other end of the build- ing. Just getting over appendi- citis." CALVARY GROUP---A G. i. GIFT beautiful Calvary group was presented by the men f Cotnpany A, 102nd Engineers, 27th Div., United States Army, to St. Anthony's Church in the little town of Kailua, Island of Oahu, Hawaii; and dedicated there recently. Pastor of the church is Father Anthony 0'Brien, who was an Army chaplain during the war, and a member Of the me outfit. The tatues, nearly 20 feet :high, have a rich reen background of Coconut palms. Photo courtesy Hawaii Catholic Herald. (NO Photoe) nun's low voice. "You have some injuries and a condition of shock from your accident, but thank God for the comfort with which you are surrounded. When you say your night prayers, offer God your sufferings for someone else. There are so many poor. lonely souls who need a little prayer, a little help." "Oh, Sister, how can you live like this? Just seeing sick people SPAIN'S PRIMATE ASKS DEFINITION OF ASSUMPTION DOGMA BY FRANCISCO DE LUIS, (Madrid Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) TOLEDO, Spa.m--"Spain's de- votion to the Assumption of Mary is in accord w'th the sentiment" of the entire Church," His Eminence Enrique Cardinal Play Deniel, Archbbishop of Toledo and Pri- mate of Spain, said in a letter to His Holiness Pope Plus XIL He wrote in response to a let- ter in which the Sovereign Pontiff "Your Friendly Drug Stores" :rumwater Sqllarre 4th and Capitol Way Pho,w 3770 Phone 5589 Registered Pharmacist in Charge at All "Times EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE HELMUTH KLEIN BILL SCHMIDTKE CaF'tc00 Sheet Metal Works Roofing, Heating, Iron Firemanl Stoker & Oil Burners General Sheet Metal Work "107 No. Columbia Phone 3542 Capital Laundry & Cleaners = CLEANING and PRESSING CARPET CLEANING 514 4'th Ave. Phone 7767 BUTLER AUTO REBUILD OLYMPIA'S FINEST 314 N. Washington" St. Telephone 6971 OLYMPIA LIEBE'S HARDWARE Marshall-Wells Associate Builders' Hardware--Paints - Appliances - Household Supplies----Sporting Goods 220 E. 4th Phone 3542 GREETINGS Capital Savings & Loan Ass'n. 5th and Washington OLYMPIA TRITON MoToR OILS Olympia Garage, Inc. H. W. E. Bolender Union Oil Prodncts Phone 5032 118 West Fifth Avenue Capital Body & Fender Olympia's Oldest New Location 312 N. Columbia Phone 6951 "Our Years of Service Is Your Protection" Frank Whitmarsh EASTER GREETINGS CAPITOL CHEVROLET CO. VARREN SIMMONS 4th at Cherry Street Phone 5516 We Service All Makes of Cars and Trucks - A. J. Phillips Lumber Co. A. J. Phillips Construction Company A Complete Bnilding and ' Remodeling Service 402 W. 5th Phone 3701 Capitol City Forging Works Implement Dealers, Blacksmiths, Welders and Machinists A. P. P'latenberg, Mgr. Phone 3965 505 Water St. packed. Why did it have to hap- pen now? .... What did you say the boy's: "Because you were in too much name is?" of a hurry." "Jimmy--Jimmy Miller." "But 1 was late! I told you J After supper Pat listened to the that!" l radio a little, thumbed the pages "Yeah, late for a card party! ] ot a magazine, smoked a little, and So late you almost climbed alreceived phone calls from her tree!" father and several friends. A Pat was almost crying now. "Go heavy rain had come up, No one on--get good and mad at me. I could expect visitors that night, That'll help a lot." 'and Joe was about forty miles Joe sat on the side of the bed snd took Pat's hand in both of his. "Now, look, Patsykins, you know, We really should act like grownup people. After all, we are married --and a husband has certain re-l sponsibilites. He just can't get away from them. In this case, you came darn near to putting me on the spot. It boils down to this --that traffic light at that stop had been reported for a mechanical defect, and nothing had been done about repairing it. Otherwise, you might actually be in a jail hospital instead of here at St. Joseph's. You're just lucky, we're all lucky that you hurt no one except your- self." "But what about our Easter trip ?" "We'll just have to take a trip i all the time, every day ? I couldn't do it one day." "It is a blessed way to live, my dear. Pain and sickness bring many people very close to God. "I didn't know there were chil- Sometimes I think we walk, all dren on this floor." vnknowing, among some of His "Oh, there are a dozen or so up tsaints." in" Surgical. When they can getl Pat slept fitfully through dreams into wheelchairs, they go all over in which she was taunted by echoes the place." of the day's words--"was your away on a business call Pat felt fidgety, disturbed. .he tm'zc2 of; the light and tried to rest in the dark--not a very good idea, she decided She snapped on the light again. Just then, a w]eel chair appeared .in the doorway and a boyish voice said, "Hello." "Why, hello, Jimmy, come in." "Howdja know my name ?" "Oh, a little bird told me." "Little birds don't talk. Who told you ?" Pat couldn't help laughing, and gave him the source of her in- formation. "Well, anyhow," said Jimmy, "I bet you don't know what the para- chute jumper says to the jump- master." "Well, no, I don't. "Open the door, Richard!" whenever we can, 'dear. The M.D. And he wheeled sharply away, says you'll be here at least a week, hut Pat called him back. so why not just relax? It won't I 'Tell me about yourself. Do be too long--you can just chalk you have any brothers or sisters it up to experienee?' at home ?" husband disappointed"--"we don't had sought the views of Patri- have a father any more"--"say archs, Archbishops, and Bishops your night prayers"--"People have the world over and of their people, already forgotten"--s0 many worse regarding the matter of defining of than we are " Towards morn- I the Dogma of the Assum-tion of .... .... L -/ = rag, she awoke so feverish and .............. , t tne tot rozy virgan. cYying that a sedative had to be[ Afire ba.t, lner a't,-nnrend,p,l th adfninistered. For several days [ s_--]a'[-tit-l'-'d-r.'i -''-". .':.-- " ..... i"  '/ ' I an mot Ve OZ t,no slle was Kept quiet anti no vas torst Mar" - o ...... ' . . . j - lan flev lion ll i/is Arc- admittea except Joe "i e ' ' " i u De se, Cardinal Play Deniel "It is nothing serious, Mr. Shah- non, but she must have rest and SpaJfish cathedrals, aside from quiet. Her nerves are tight as a violin string." "Yes, I know "she lives on ex- citement." Pat opened her eyes and looked around. She felt rested. The sun was shining. There was distant music. Something of happiness and contentment seemed to stir the air. An aide came in with flowers. After greeting her patient, she turned to the aide, saying, "Con- gratulations, Anna--you must be very happy. And on Easter, too." "Is it Easter?" queried Pat. "It surely is, and a beautiful one, too." "Gee, where's ray husband ?" She felt like crying. "He'll be here soon, and the flowers! I think he just bought out a flower shop." "Where's Jimmy ?" ! "Oh, he went home. The nurses gave hirr, a baby bunny for Faster." Pat found herself saying, "I would like to give him something, too." "Well, that's swell--I'm sure his people could use a little help." Pat was curious to know about the aide, and asked, "What is she receiving congratulations for?" "Oh, you mean Mrs. Polchoski-- she just got her citizenship papers yesterday She's Polish, and a wonderful woman. She escaped to ths country in the early days of the war, and by the work of her own hands has kept her little family together." Just then, Anne came in. .(Continued on Page 7) Carroll Club Is Presenting Third Marriage Institute NL-'%V YORK--(NC)--The Car- roll Club's third annual Institute[ on Marriage now in progress here ] will continue until May 18th. Ses- ] sions are held each Tuesday eve- I ning at the club's headquarters,[ 120 Madison Avenue. [ Subjects to be discussed include[ "Marriage as a Way of Life,". "The Catholic DoCtor Looks at Marriage, .... Psychology of Inter- Personal Relationship," "Home Efficiency and Beauty," "Budget- ing for the Home", and "The, Catholic Wife and Mother." The i institute is under the direction of the Rev. Gerard Murphy, S. J., oJ St. Peter's College, Jersey City. "Ihe series will be concluded by "A Day of Recollection" for en- gaged and married couples under the guidance of Father Murphy. pointed out that "28 other that of Toledo and many smll- er churches, have the Assump- tion of the Virgin Mary as Pa- troness." The letter cites a series of im- portant historic facts which show clearly the profound sentiment and desire manifested by Catho- lics in order that the Dogma o the Assumption may be defined The letter concludes: "It seems that the proper time has come when the Vicar of Christ, with his supreme and ineffable judge- ment, may define the Dogma of the Assumption of the Most Holy Virgin Mary, a request which, in my name, in that of the clergy and of the people entrusted to me I place before Your Holiness." Gospels Translated For Eskimo Tribe00 QUEBECThe Rev. lonel Du- charme, O... I., has published a translation of the Gospels for Eskimos. The text is in symbolic characters, a writing invented for the Indians" by an Anglican mis- sionary, and adapted to the Es. kimos by Bishop Arsene Ttw- quetil, O. M. I., retired Vica Apostolic ot Hudson Bay, now re- siding in Washington, D, C. With the exception of those of Alaska and the Mackenzie dist- ricts, the Eskimos have not yet mastered the alphabetical system of writing, but all, both young and 91d, read the symbolic characters. France Awards Honor To Cardinal Tisserant PARIS.--Acting on the proposal of Georges Bidault, Minister of 'oreign Affairs, the French President signed a decree award- ing the scrf of Commander of the Legion of Honor to His Emi- nence Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, prefect of the Sacred Congrega- tion for the Oriental Church, who is a native of France. The same decree names wo French prelates, stationed in Rome, as Officers of the Legion of Honor; Monsignor Jullien and Monsignor Fontenelle. The latter is a canon at St Peter's Basilica and Rome correspondent of La Croix, Paris daily newspaper. Father Descottes, a religious scholar, also has  been appointed an Officer of the Legion. What other form of govern- ment, indeed, can so well deserve our esteem and love. -- John Adaxs. A nurse, mature in years, but bubbling over with health and vigor and white crispness stepped into the room. "Sorry, Mr. Shannon, visiting hours are over for the day." A few more words---a brief kiss --and Pat was alone in the quiet too quiet room. She rang for the nurse. "Would you leave 'the door open please, so I can at least see and hear someth.ing? It's so awfully still in here." The nurse's first response was a cheery laugh. "Sure, I'll leave the door open. Something tells me that you're not used to being alone --or still--very much," she said. "Of course, I'm not. Why should I be? There's too much to do in life to just sit still and let it pass you by." "Is there, now? well, sometimes I wonder. All kinds came in and out of a place like this. It makes me stop and wonder--do these people who rush around so, always on the go, really know what they're after ?" "Well, I know what I was after. This is the first spring my hus- band has been out of the service, and we were going away on a holiday tril>---for a whole week." "Oh, that's too bad"--she gave a final pat to the pillow--"was your husband terribly disappoint- ed?,, The words cut ' through Pat like a knife. '%Vas your husband disap-i pointed?" She felt as though a hot I flame had spread over her face, all the way to the roots of her hair. Was Joe disappointed at having to cancel their trip? She didn't know--she hadn't thought of him. She actually didn't know how her own husband felt. She was glad "Oh, yes ma'am. Two brothers and two sisters. And Mom." "And your father?" "Oh, we don't have a father any more. He got sick and died. That as a long time ago. Morn takes care of us--only she dt't have to work so hard now. My ig broth- ers work. And I help so me, too--- rve got a paper route, aU by my- self." A queer lump came into Pat's throat. "But your mother must get aw- fully worried, sometimes." "Oh, yes ma'am, but my Morn laughs a lot. She says we really ought to laugh a lot, 'cause there's so many people in the world worse off than we are." After Jimmy had left and Pat was again alone with her thoughts, she found herself trying to do some mental, arithmetie--five children, rent, food, clothes and now ten days in a hospital--doctor's bill an operation. '%Vell, I'm certainly not responsible for other people's plights, but, doggone, I'd like to help that little fellow." And then Sister Angela came in, making her rounds for the night. "Good evening, my dear. Let's  fluff the pillows up a little, shall we ? How do you feel ?" "Sort of like I'm in a strait. iacket." Sister laughed merrily. 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