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Doge_EigHt . CATHOr IC NORTHWEST iB-,lm000000 ] INOUIRY CLASSES RESUME APRIL9 AT H . !l00l[ ST, JOSEPH CHURCH The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard Diocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4---Telephone MAin 8880 HOPE FORTHE WORLD held twice each week on Mon- day and Viredncsday evenings at 7:30 in the school building. Principally for non-Catholics who may wish to learn Catholic teaching these classes are ar- ranged to treat the fundamental points of Catholic doctrine over a ten week period. Catholics who may wish to repeat their instruc- tions are also invited, especially converts. THE recurrence of the glorious feast of Easter brings a re- The classes will be conducted newal of the Risen Saviour's promise of peace and hope' by the Rev. E. J. Rinn, S. J. to the world, just as His resurrection undeniably confirmed pastor. His divinity and that of His foundation, the Church. Today, the world is experiencing a 20th century pillaring, 0'Den Mothers To while the Church is once more wearing its crown of thorns, as did her o °po u " t " divine Founder. However, with the .advent of Easter we have the nsor esser assurance that the Church, vibrant with life, will continue until the B, fidge....vMAn., end of time. She will continue to impart to the neglected portions of . ay the earth the message of the Risen Christ. Through her missions, she v¢ill give hope to the continents of Asia and Africa, to the islands Mothers of O'Dea sophomores will entertain with a dessert-bridge of the Pacific, to the remote and dark corners of the earth, as well as at 2 p. m. on Easter Monday, revivify the message of peace and hope to the nations who have for- April 7, in Cathedral Hall. gotten the true meaning of Easter• ' N[rs. Catherine Basett, chair- man of arrangements, will be as- Africans Form Sand Brigade To Save School and sisted by Mrs• J. H• Lee and Mrs• "Piki-Pikis" Ervin Tracy, refreshments, and Mrs. Thomas Tangney, tickets. Brave but inadequate efforts of hundreds of African villagers failed Anyone wishing tickets is request- to halt a disastrous $15,000 fire in the White Fathers' Mission of ed to call .ME. 5374. The public Muscma, Tanganyika, Africa. For want of water, the natives organ- is invited• ized a sand .brigade. Excited boys raced over the thatched roofs stamping out sparks until the flames became too hot for them. The fire began at night and lasted five hours•  -t. "leresa "'--Mothers' The school, a storeroom containing fittings for an entire chapel, and Cl b M T d a garage containing three "piki-pikis" as the natives call motorcycles, i U eats ues ay were destroyed, reports Father William Collins of Dorchester, Mass., Maryknoll Superior in Africa. The Maryknoll Missioners are at pres- St. Teresa Mothers' Club will ant working with the White Fathers in this area. One of the "piki- meet on Tuesday, April 8, at 1:30 pikis" was a brand new machine belonging to Father Collins.  p.rrL in the school. First and "Despite the tragedy there were some comical sights," explains econd grade pupils will entertain. The regular business meeting Father Collins. "Natives squatted on nearby thatched roofs to squelch will follow at the parish house the sparks; they looked like huge night birds. Barefoot native .boys when guests of honor will be the rmnmaged in the ruins and solemnly presented us with twisted nails five founders of the Mothers' Club. and glowing screws. Folks walked home with charred books under Tea will be served. their arms bearing such titles as "Roman Ceremonial," Rodriguez' "Christian Perfection", "The Soul of the Apostolate." St Joseph Guild "An old Christian brought tears to my eyes when he offered me " condolences. He held out his hand and in it was a shilling. 'This is 00artv On Thursday for a new piki-piki, Father,' he said. The poor fellow was giving of m  his meagerness." St. Joseph Ladies Guild Circle Three will sponsor a post-Easter  o Season: kJ J | amy anaamy crd party on ursday, April 10, The rains, continuous and dismal, will come to Burma; but let us at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. hope they do not drench a certain church in Mandalay that has no Mrs. J. F. McGoveru is chairman roof to protect it from the downpour• This is not the only problem and Mrs. D. F. Flynn, co-chairman. for the pastor; he must worry too about the poor widows and children There will be unusual awards and refreshments. who still need the bamboo and thatch to build the huts which will shield them from the burning sun or driving rain. Ladies {Jill.-. of Father Alessi, who pleads the cause of his people in MandalaT, OUaln[y remarks also the heaps of rules which mark all that is left of the Seahurst Parish Meets ot.er buildings dedicated to the charity work of the church. He Apr. 9At Richter Home states, however, that despite such trials God has blessed his mission, The Ladies' Sodality of St. for he has bad the consolation of having baptised a number of converts Francis of Assist Parish will meet and witnessed some native vocations to the religious life. Will you at 12 noon on Wednesday, April 9, in America, well housed and fed, contribute to Father Alessi's war- at the home of Mrs. Jack Iichter, struck mission, where even the House of God stands roofless in the 2221 S. W. 15th. Co-hostesses will rain? . be Mrs. M. E. Nelson and Mrs• Eugene Duffy. The Path To Heaven " --  -- The diocese of Ranchi, India, has more than 300,000 Catholics, hun- Alums Schedule Dinner dreds, of schools, and a good number of churches, staffed by zealous The Alumnae of St. Benedict ] teachers, priests and religious• The diocese comprises more than 45 College, St. Joseph, Minn., will 1 mission stations. Many of the latter are in districts where Catholics eet for dinner at 6:30 p.m. on[ are numerous---some with as many as 20,000 communicants---and it Wednesday, April 9, at the Arctic I has ,become necessary to divide these so that the people may receive Club. Reservations may be made[ greater spiritual care. However, there still remain wide expanses of with Mrs. John W. Charles, GA. ! territory where few conversions have been made; this despite the ex- 8181. ! pressed desire of the Pope that the Word ,be brought to these remote PADDEN and Moriarty, 1212 American Building, sections, where Christ is unknown• In Ranchi this purpose may be Seattle 4, Washington accomplished only through the opening of mission stations from IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County whence the Faith would radiate into the lives of the natives, of King.--In Probate. Six thousand dollars in Ranchi will ,buy more than in the United In the matter of the Estate of Martin J. Taaffe, deceased.--No• 101625.--No.- States, for with that sum the Most Rev. Oscar Sevrin, S. J., could have rice to Creditors. Notice is hereby g i v e n that the a mission station erected complete with church, living qtlarters for undersigned has been appointed and the priests, convent for the sisters, dispensary, boys' school and girls' has qualified as executrix of the es- tate of Martin J. Taaffe, deceased, that all persons having claims against said school. Moreover, with as little as $500 a mission station is begun, deceased are hereby required to serve Bishop Sevrin writes: "With an expanding native clergy and an indi- the same, duly verified, on said Mar- genous congregation of native sisters• the seed of Faith planted here garet J. Taaffe or her attorney of record • at the address below stated, and file has grown into a mighty tree; an oppressed and disheartened race the same with the Clerk of said Court. together with proof of such service have been set along the path to heaven," but also on the road to culture within six months after the date of and temporal prosperity." Bishop Sevrin has ambitious plans for first publicaadon of this notice, or the same will be barred. founding mission stations in the far corners of Ranchi, which would First publication, April 4th, 1947. MAIGERET J. TAAFFE, Executrix of bring the light of Catholicism to the lives of the inhabitants of these said Estate. Address 1212 American districts. Will you share in the work of establishing God's kingdom Building, Seattle 4, Wash. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for on earth by giving financial aid to this diocese in India. Estate, 1212 American Building, Seat- S tie 4. Wash. " Holy Childhood New Final publication, April 18, 1947. Holy Rosary School, Taeom---The little Lenten sacrifices that the I PADDEN & MORIARTY, pupils at this school made in the past weeks have born abundant, fruit. ] 1212SeattleAmerican4, WashingtonBUilding All told the ransoms their sacrifices have earned total 28. t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington For King Coun- Providence Academy, Vancouver--The Fifth Grade at the Academy ty.--In Probate. continues on its winning ways. The class as a whole continues to help In the Matter of the consolidated estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E. win souls for Christ by working for more and more ransoms. Our Nash. his wife, deceased.--No. 101173. latest report is that 30 ransoms is the present figure with all working --Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- hard toward the 31st. dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator with the will: Marymount Military Academy, Tacoma---The Sixth Graders are still annexed of the Last Will and Testa-: working as two teams with the Red Racers ahead by the score of 7 i mentNash, anddeceased•Of theandEStateas Administrator°f Mary E. i ransoms to 3. A big reason why the Red Racers are ahead is because ] andWith Testamentthe will annexedand of°fthethe EstateLast Will lof Quigley who has four individual ransoms is on their side. Frank E. Nash, deceased, which said estates have been consolidated for par- Since 19//... a name that merited the confidence of Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R. has the Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 11th Ave poses of probate; that all persons hav- ing claims against said Mary E. Nash, deceased, or against Frank E. Nash. deceased, or against the community composed of Mary E. Nash and Frank E. Nash, deceased, are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Stanley J. Padden, Administrator with.the will annexed of the Estate of Mary E. Nash, deceased, and/or Ad- ministrator with the will annexed of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, or his attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together Anna Brady, Founder of Pro Deo, to Lecture on Apostolate00 Opinion p r ol RS° f ' nI:L°:I "rmwaBtl:d:c :C2er enU:e:ri h:Se;e rwdill;:ni!a :;ctt ::2a,t t lfo°nS trdamfyl ' Seattle, Friday, April 11, on "The and will lecture at Sacred Heart Apostolate of Pu.blic Opinion," Convent, Vancouver, B. C., Wed- arrived in Seattle Wednesday, nesday. from New York City. Information Centers Pro Deo, Mrs. Brady's lecture, to he of which Mrs. rady is an inter- given at 8:30 p. m. Friday next, national director, are building to- :in the Providence Hospital audi- wards a world-wide Catholic news torium, is sponsored by leaders of[agency. She says the purpose of a dozen Catholic organizations [ the work, now established in here. lEar°pc and North and South Wednesday morning, Mrs. Brady America, is "the penetration of lectured to students at Forest religious ideas by meas of press, Ridge Convent, where she is a ]radio and film." P R O G R E S S Friday, April 4, 1947 i CITY CHAPTER G OGCWTOMEET E?s. t.er ifts EASTER MONDAY 00St. Rita Study Club Bids Friends tO 'Fellowship Tea' Program Next Thursday HTE St. Rita Study Club of Holy Rosary Parish will sponsor a Fellowship Tea on Thursday, April 10, from 2 to 4:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. An invibation to attend is extended' to all Holy Rosary members and their friends. The program chairman, Mrs. H. Richard Davis, assisted by Mrs. Edwin J. Leahy ,announces the following program: Z u g der Zwerge (March of the Dwarfs) by Edvard Grieg, Op. 54, No. 3, a piano selection to be played by Jimmy Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sullivan, Jr.; Mrs. Raymond L. Harford will review and dramatize the bOOk, "The Children of Fatima," by Mary Fabran Wind,art; the Rosarian Choir will sing and Ellen Nicker- son, winner in the state oratory contest, will speak on the sub- day, April 7, in the Nurses Lounge, Providence Hbspital, 1706 E. Cherry St. Guest speaker will be Dr. May Mathiew. Catholic war brides who lve come to this country to make their homes will be special guests. Catholic Daughters, Court of Little Flower, will be hostesses and all Catholic women of the city are invited to the meeting• Bridge Tuesday ForAlumnaeof Forest Ridge Alumnae of Forest Ridge Con- ject, "The Constitution a Barrier vent will hold their annual Bridge to Tyranny." _ ,Tea on Tuesday, April 8, at 2:30 Committees include" Tea table _ _ _. ,.^ r, ..... + o+ o. chalrman Mrs F E Tmsley, has • , • • • " " - !Interlaken Blvd. General chair- tess chairman, Mrs. Walter Swe- man o arrangements Miss Fran- gie, and assistants, Mesdames ces Quigley will be assisted by Mrs. Thomas Donahoe, co-chair- man; Mrs. Gerheardt Carroll, tickets; Mrs. . Lister Holmes, 5;rs. Edward McCarney, and :Mrs. Joseph Hahn, decorations; Mrs. Harry Rahn, prizes; Mis Victor Gadron, dining room; Mrs. Robert Breen, silver; Miss Dorothea Mc- Caffery, tables; Mrs. Edward Sheahan, serving; Mrs. Celeste Frolich and Mrs. Walter Richards, refreshments, and Mrs. Carlos Zenor, publicity. Members of the graduating class will assist with the serving in the dining room. Mrs. King Buried From St. Joseph I ST, PATRICK SOCIETY MADE PERMANEN Ray R. Shanahan, H. Richard Da- vis, Edwin J. Leahy, J. J. Ultsch, H. W. Larsen ,Edward tnchero, and Law G. Fedderly. Refresh- ments are in charge of Mrs. Theo- dore Baskett and the serving, Mrs. V. J. Harris• Mrs. Ray R. Shana- hun has asked the following to pour: Mesdames Rich a r d C. Schank, Vina M. Leahy, Harvey R. Townsend, Edward Banchero, Ray J. Wollaston, James M. Ney- lon, George W. LeRoy, Patrick D. McHugh. Mrs. C. E. Ratcliffe will have charge of table and room decorations; Mrs N. C: MacDon- i agh, publicity. Five Initiated Into Queen Institute Five new members recently The surprisingly large number nitiated into Oueen Institute Y The Ray. Harold O. Small, S.J., that responded to the invitation for i L I are Mesdames L J Conlev" was celebrant of the Requiem Mass the bservance of St. Patrick's rancis DeCarli V J" H'aus nd/for .Mrs. Mary Alice King on Mar. Day and the warm appreciation ...... , . -. . ., a  [19 in St Joseph Church• Inter- . n ne a,sses nenaca Angennl ano I ....... for the cultural program presen- Mar" Hale" men was m ca,vary unoer mrec- ed at the K. C. hall here, have an- ] Te tud" c'u- "r e" at 8 !ticn of Joseph R. Manning and couraged the group that sponsored s _  o wzJ.me c... i Sons. p m on monaay przi  at tne the affair to form a permanent ," " . . .- ' " .f. .... [ A native of Portland, Ore., DIrs. name oz zss 4ary wnl[e ± organization It will be known as ' i King had lived in Seattle 15 years St . Patrick's Societ , according Second Ave. North: [She was the founder of the Xavier • Y to Edw. J. Coen, promoter of the movement. I. Main purpose of the society will Members o£ U*e sewing club will I meet at the home of Mrs. Harry T. Ashmore, 1422 Bellevue Ave., Club and was a member of the Se- attle College Mothers' Club, Surviving are her husband, be the proper observance of St. on Tuesday. Assistant hostesses[Charles B. King; a son, the Ray. Patrick's Day, but it will also an- will be Miss Alice Peacock and D. G. King, S J. Alma, Calif., and gage in promoting Gaelic culture Mrs. Earl McKenna. a sister Mrs. W. L. Worthington, courses, and, tentatively plans at The Visiting Committee for the Portland, Ore. least f°ur public meetings a year" m°nth°fAprilwillincludeMes-i] Rd" Pa no rograms [ The Society expressed deep up-.[dames John M. Dempsey, Frank preciation to His Excellency, ]Dressel, James Duncan, and the Bishop Shaughnessy for his pres-[Misses Margaret Gorman, Grace ence at the concert and for gant- I O'Donnell, Ione Doyle, and Janet ing the society's petition for an[ D°nalds°n" annual official Mass in honor of[ Congratulation of members go St. Patrick. to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Decker (Beatrice Laabs) upon the birth of a girl. No Fatima Devotions Miss Beatrice Gibboney, who At Cathedral Saturday h been convalescing in Arizona this past winter, has returned to For Legion Of Mary !her home. Miss Esther Dolan is very ill The Legion of Mary Three Hours devotion in honor of Our Lady of Fatima will not be held at the Cathedral April 5 because of Hal Saturday. All active and auxiliary members are urged to attend their own parish churches and say fif- teen decades of the Rosary and the litany and prayers to Our Lady of Fatima. The Seattle Curia meeting which was schedhled for April 17 has been postponed to April 24 in Cathedral Hall. in San Diego• Sympatly of the Institute is ex- tended to Miss Mary Slencik upon the death of her father and to Mrs. John C. Endal Upon the death of her father. PADDEN and MORIARTY, 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King.--In Probate. In the matter of the estate of Adolph Holmes, deeeased.--No. 98883.--Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Helen Holmes Paulson, Executrix of the Es- tate of Adolph Holmes. has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petiti@n for dis- tribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Executrix: and that said Report and petition will be heard the 1st day of May. 1947, at 10:0 a. m. at the Court Room of the Probate De- partment of said Court. at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and fil6 objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 31st day of March, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court By W. B. Steen. Deputy. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for Estate. 1212 American Bldg., Seattle 4. Wash. First publication April 4, 1947. Final publication April 18, 1947. Luncheon April 8 For St. Martin Mothers Saturday, April 5, KOL, 7:30 to 8 p. m. -- Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, April 6, KOL, 1:30 to 2 p. m. -- Special Easter Sunday broadcast Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, April 6, KOMO, 3 to 3:30 p. m. -- The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen will deliver the address on The Catholic Hour. Sunday, April 6, IA, 3:30 to 3:45 p. m.  Hour of St. Francis. Sunday, April 6, KOL, 3:45 to 4 p. m. -- Stories from The Catho- lic Digest. St. Martin Mothers' Club will hold a luncheon-meeting on Tues- day, April 8, at 12:30 p. m. in As- sumption Social Hall. Mrs. Earl Smith, chairman of the luncheon committee, will be as- sisted by Mesdames Emmett Nes- toDSr., R.FI Quimby, W. F. Roark, W. J. Schade, J. R. Cutely and J. J. Neeland. CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 2Oc ver line. Forms close Thursday a.m. COMPToMETER SCHOOL CHILDREN'S hand tailored, custom ENROLL NOW -- Day, Half-Day and Evening Class in New Short Streamlined Com'ptometer Come at the Comptometer daool, Douglas Bld.. MA. 8633. RUGS & UPHOLSTERY CLEANED In your" home; windows, woodwork washed; floors cleaned and waxed. Exterior buildings steam cleaned. MOBILE STEAM CLEANERS, AL 5432. tf with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publica-,EXPERIENCED accountant will super- barred.ti°n of this notice, or the same will be vise your accounting, credit and col- First publication March 21, 1947. faction, tax problems. EA. 5831. 4-4-47 STANLEY J PADDEN. Administrator with the will annexed of the Last TIRES Will and Tes!ament and of the Es:IsouN D TIRE CO (John Joseph Koch- tare of Mary E Nash deceasea ann, ---,  --- ; ..... "" " ... ' I *]111 O W. ricKerson A 1191 Administrator ith the wn] annexed Ti ........... " " " "" " - . " ! re vuleanlzmg ann lecappln, luew of the Last Will and Testament andi and Used Tire--Retail and Whole- of the Estate of Frank g. Nash, de-, sale. 4-4-47 ceased, and of the Consolidated Es-| rates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E. WANTED Nash, his wife. deceased. Address,[ Reliable man as earetaker. 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CATHOr IC NORTHWEST iB-,lm000000 ] INOUIRY CLASSES RESUME APRIL9 AT H . !l00l[ ST, JOSEPH CHURCH The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard Diocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4---Telephone MAin 8880 HOPE FORTHE WORLD held twice each week on Mon- day and Viredncsday evenings at 7:30 in the school building. Principally for non-Catholics who may wish to learn Catholic teaching these classes are ar- ranged to treat the fundamental points of Catholic doctrine over a ten week period. Catholics who may wish to repeat their instruc- tions are also invited, especially converts. THE recurrence of the glorious feast of Easter brings a re- The classes will be conducted newal of the Risen Saviour's promise of peace and hope' by the Rev. E. J. Rinn, S. J. to the world, just as His resurrection undeniably confirmed pastor. His divinity and that of His foundation, the Church. Today, the world is experiencing a 20th century pillaring, 0'Den Mothers To while the Church is once more wearing its crown of thorns, as did her o °po u " t " divine Founder. However, with the .advent of Easter we have the nsor esser assurance that the Church, vibrant with life, will continue until the B, fidge....vMAn., end of time. She will continue to impart to the neglected portions of . ay the earth the message of the Risen Christ. Through her missions, she v¢ill give hope to the continents of Asia and Africa, to the islands Mothers of O'Dea sophomores will entertain with a dessert-bridge of the Pacific, to the remote and dark corners of the earth, as well as at 2 p. m. on Easter Monday, revivify the message of peace and hope to the nations who have for- April 7, in Cathedral Hall. gotten the true meaning of Easter• ' N[rs. Catherine Basett, chair- man of arrangements, will be as- Africans Form Sand Brigade To Save School and sisted by Mrs• J. H• Lee and Mrs• "Piki-Pikis" Ervin Tracy, refreshments, and Mrs. Thomas Tangney, tickets. Brave but inadequate efforts of hundreds of African villagers failed Anyone wishing tickets is request- to halt a disastrous $15,000 fire in the White Fathers' Mission of ed to call .ME. 5374. The public Muscma, Tanganyika, Africa. For want of water, the natives organ- is invited• ized a sand .brigade. Excited boys raced over the thatched roofs stamping out sparks until the flames became too hot for them. The fire began at night and lasted five hours•  -t. "leresa "'--Mothers' The school, a storeroom containing fittings for an entire chapel, and Cl b M T d a garage containing three "piki-pikis" as the natives call motorcycles, i U eats ues ay were destroyed, reports Father William Collins of Dorchester, Mass., Maryknoll Superior in Africa. The Maryknoll Missioners are at pres- St. Teresa Mothers' Club will ant working with the White Fathers in this area. One of the "piki- meet on Tuesday, April 8, at 1:30 pikis" was a brand new machine belonging to Father Collins.  p.rrL in the school. First and "Despite the tragedy there were some comical sights," explains econd grade pupils will entertain. The regular business meeting Father Collins. "Natives squatted on nearby thatched roofs to squelch will follow at the parish house the sparks; they looked like huge night birds. Barefoot native .boys when guests of honor will be the rmnmaged in the ruins and solemnly presented us with twisted nails five founders of the Mothers' Club. and glowing screws. Folks walked home with charred books under Tea will be served. their arms bearing such titles as "Roman Ceremonial," Rodriguez' "Christian Perfection", "The Soul of the Apostolate." St Joseph Guild "An old Christian brought tears to my eyes when he offered me " condolences. He held out his hand and in it was a shilling. 'This is 00artv On Thursday for a new piki-piki, Father,' he said. The poor fellow was giving of m  his meagerness." St. Joseph Ladies Guild Circle Three will sponsor a post-Easter  o Season: kJ J | amy anaamy crd party on ursday, April 10, The rains, continuous and dismal, will come to Burma; but let us at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. hope they do not drench a certain church in Mandalay that has no Mrs. J. F. McGoveru is chairman roof to protect it from the downpour• This is not the only problem and Mrs. D. F. Flynn, co-chairman. for the pastor; he must worry too about the poor widows and children There will be unusual awards and refreshments. who still need the bamboo and thatch to build the huts which will shield them from the burning sun or driving rain. Ladies {Jill.-. of Father Alessi, who pleads the cause of his people in MandalaT, OUaln[y remarks also the heaps of rules which mark all that is left of the Seahurst Parish Meets ot.er buildings dedicated to the charity work of the church. He Apr. 9At Richter Home states, however, that despite such trials God has blessed his mission, The Ladies' Sodality of St. for he has bad the consolation of having baptised a number of converts Francis of Assist Parish will meet and witnessed some native vocations to the religious life. Will you at 12 noon on Wednesday, April 9, in America, well housed and fed, contribute to Father Alessi's war- at the home of Mrs. Jack Iichter, struck mission, where even the House of God stands roofless in the 2221 S. W. 15th. Co-hostesses will rain? . be Mrs. M. E. Nelson and Mrs• Eugene Duffy. The Path To Heaven " --  -- The diocese of Ranchi, India, has more than 300,000 Catholics, hun- Alums Schedule Dinner dreds, of schools, and a good number of churches, staffed by zealous The Alumnae of St. Benedict ] teachers, priests and religious• The diocese comprises more than 45 College, St. Joseph, Minn., will 1 mission stations. Many of the latter are in districts where Catholics eet for dinner at 6:30 p.m. on[ are numerous---some with as many as 20,000 communicants---and it Wednesday, April 9, at the Arctic I has ,become necessary to divide these so that the people may receive Club. Reservations may be made[ greater spiritual care. However, there still remain wide expanses of with Mrs. John W. Charles, GA. ! territory where few conversions have been made; this despite the ex- 8181. ! pressed desire of the Pope that the Word ,be brought to these remote PADDEN and Moriarty, 1212 American Building, sections, where Christ is unknown• In Ranchi this purpose may be Seattle 4, Washington accomplished only through the opening of mission stations from IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County whence the Faith would radiate into the lives of the natives, of King.--In Probate. Six thousand dollars in Ranchi will ,buy more than in the United In the matter of the Estate of Martin J. Taaffe, deceased.--No• 101625.--No.- States, for with that sum the Most Rev. Oscar Sevrin, S. J., could have rice to Creditors. Notice is hereby g i v e n that the a mission station erected complete with church, living qtlarters for undersigned has been appointed and the priests, convent for the sisters, dispensary, boys' school and girls' has qualified as executrix of the es- tate of Martin J. Taaffe, deceased, that all persons having claims against said school. Moreover, with as little as $500 a mission station is begun, deceased are hereby required to serve Bishop Sevrin writes: "With an expanding native clergy and an indi- the same, duly verified, on said Mar- genous congregation of native sisters• the seed of Faith planted here garet J. Taaffe or her attorney of record • at the address below stated, and file has grown into a mighty tree; an oppressed and disheartened race the same with the Clerk of said Court. together with proof of such service have been set along the path to heaven," but also on the road to culture within six months after the date of and temporal prosperity." Bishop Sevrin has ambitious plans for first publicaadon of this notice, or the same will be barred. founding mission stations in the far corners of Ranchi, which would First publication, April 4th, 1947. MAIGERET J. TAAFFE, Executrix of bring the light of Catholicism to the lives of the inhabitants of these said Estate. Address 1212 American districts. Will you share in the work of establishing God's kingdom Building, Seattle 4, Wash. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for on earth by giving financial aid to this diocese in India. Estate, 1212 American Building, Seat- S tie 4. Wash. " Holy Childhood New Final publication, April 18, 1947. Holy Rosary School, Taeom---The little Lenten sacrifices that the I PADDEN & MORIARTY, pupils at this school made in the past weeks have born abundant, fruit. ] 1212SeattleAmerican4, WashingtonBUilding All told the ransoms their sacrifices have earned total 28. t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington For King Coun- Providence Academy, Vancouver--The Fifth Grade at the Academy ty.--In Probate. continues on its winning ways. The class as a whole continues to help In the Matter of the consolidated estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E. win souls for Christ by working for more and more ransoms. Our Nash. his wife, deceased.--No. 101173. latest report is that 30 ransoms is the present figure with all working --Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- hard toward the 31st. dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator with the will: Marymount Military Academy, Tacoma---The Sixth Graders are still annexed of the Last Will and Testa-: working as two teams with the Red Racers ahead by the score of 7 i mentNash, anddeceased•Of theandEStateas Administrator°f Mary E. i ransoms to 3. A big reason why the Red Racers are ahead is because ] andWith Testamentthe will annexedand of°fthethe EstateLast Will lof Quigley who has four individual ransoms is on their side. Frank E. Nash, deceased, which said estates have been consolidated for par- Since 19//... a name that merited the confidence of Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R. has the Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 11th Ave poses of probate; that all persons hav- ing claims against said Mary E. Nash, deceased, or against Frank E. Nash. deceased, or against the community composed of Mary E. Nash and Frank E. Nash, deceased, are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Stanley J. Padden, Administrator with.the will annexed of the Estate of Mary E. Nash, deceased, and/or Ad- ministrator with the will annexed of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, or his attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together Anna Brady, Founder of Pro Deo, to Lecture on Apostolate00 Opinion p r ol RS° f ' nI:L°:I "rmwaBtl:d:c :C2er enU:e:ri h:Se;e rwdill;:ni!a :;ctt ::2a,t t lfo°nS trdamfyl ' Seattle, Friday, April 11, on "The and will lecture at Sacred Heart Apostolate of Pu.blic Opinion," Convent, Vancouver, B. C., Wed- arrived in Seattle Wednesday, nesday. from New York City. Information Centers Pro Deo, Mrs. Brady's lecture, to he of which Mrs. rady is an inter- given at 8:30 p. m. Friday next, national director, are building to- :in the Providence Hospital audi- wards a world-wide Catholic news torium, is sponsored by leaders of[agency. She says the purpose of a dozen Catholic organizations [ the work, now established in here. lEar°pc and North and South Wednesday morning, Mrs. Brady America, is "the penetration of lectured to students at Forest religious ideas by meas of press, Ridge Convent, where she is a ]radio and film." P R O G R E S S Friday, April 4, 1947 i CITY CHAPTER G OGCWTOMEET E?s. t.er ifts EASTER MONDAY 00St. Rita Study Club Bids Friends tO 'Fellowship Tea' Program Next Thursday HTE St. Rita Study Club of Holy Rosary Parish will sponsor a Fellowship Tea on Thursday, April 10, from 2 to 4:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. An invibation to attend is extended' to all Holy Rosary members and their friends. The program chairman, Mrs. H. Richard Davis, assisted by Mrs. Edwin J. Leahy ,announces the following program: Z u g der Zwerge (March of the Dwarfs) by Edvard Grieg, Op. 54, No. 3, a piano selection to be played by Jimmy Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sullivan, Jr.; Mrs. Raymond L. Harford will review and dramatize the bOOk, "The Children of Fatima," by Mary Fabran Wind,art; the Rosarian Choir will sing and Ellen Nicker- son, winner in the state oratory contest, will speak on the sub- day, April 7, in the Nurses Lounge, Providence Hbspital, 1706 E. Cherry St. Guest speaker will be Dr. May Mathiew. Catholic war brides who lve come to this country to make their homes will be special guests. Catholic Daughters, Court of Little Flower, will be hostesses and all Catholic women of the city are invited to the meeting• Bridge Tuesday ForAlumnaeof Forest Ridge Alumnae of Forest Ridge Con- ject, "The Constitution a Barrier vent will hold their annual Bridge to Tyranny." _ ,Tea on Tuesday, April 8, at 2:30 Committees include" Tea table _ _ _. ,.^ r, ..... + o+ o. chalrman Mrs F E Tmsley, has • , • • • " " - !Interlaken Blvd. General chair- tess chairman, Mrs. Walter Swe- man o arrangements Miss Fran- gie, and assistants, Mesdames ces Quigley will be assisted by Mrs. Thomas Donahoe, co-chair- man; Mrs. Gerheardt Carroll, tickets; Mrs. . Lister Holmes, 5;rs. Edward McCarney, and :Mrs. Joseph Hahn, decorations; Mrs. Harry Rahn, prizes; Mis Victor Gadron, dining room; Mrs. Robert Breen, silver; Miss Dorothea Mc- Caffery, tables; Mrs. Edward Sheahan, serving; Mrs. Celeste Frolich and Mrs. Walter Richards, refreshments, and Mrs. Carlos Zenor, publicity. Members of the graduating class will assist with the serving in the dining room. Mrs. King Buried From St. Joseph I ST, PATRICK SOCIETY MADE PERMANEN Ray R. Shanahan, H. Richard Da- vis, Edwin J. Leahy, J. J. Ultsch, H. W. Larsen ,Edward tnchero, and Law G. Fedderly. Refresh- ments are in charge of Mrs. Theo- dore Baskett and the serving, Mrs. V. J. Harris• Mrs. Ray R. Shana- hun has asked the following to pour: Mesdames Rich a r d C. Schank, Vina M. Leahy, Harvey R. Townsend, Edward Banchero, Ray J. Wollaston, James M. Ney- lon, George W. LeRoy, Patrick D. McHugh. Mrs. C. E. Ratcliffe will have charge of table and room decorations; Mrs N. C: MacDon- i agh, publicity. Five Initiated Into Queen Institute Five new members recently The surprisingly large number nitiated into Oueen Institute Y The Ray. Harold O. Small, S.J., that responded to the invitation for i L I are Mesdames L J Conlev" was celebrant of the Requiem Mass the bservance of St. Patrick's rancis DeCarli V J" H'aus nd/for .Mrs. Mary Alice King on Mar. Day and the warm appreciation ...... , . -. . ., a  [19 in St Joseph Church• Inter- . n ne a,sses nenaca Angennl ano I ....... for the cultural program presen- Mar" Hale" men was m ca,vary unoer mrec- ed at the K. C. hall here, have an- ] Te tud" c'u- "r e" at 8 !ticn of Joseph R. Manning and couraged the group that sponsored s _  o wzJ.me c... i Sons. p m on monaay przi  at tne the affair to form a permanent ," " . . .- ' " .f. .... [ A native of Portland, Ore., DIrs. name oz zss 4ary wnl[e ± organization It will be known as ' i King had lived in Seattle 15 years St . Patrick's Societ , according Second Ave. North: [She was the founder of the Xavier • Y to Edw. J. Coen, promoter of the movement. I. Main purpose of the society will Members o£ U*e sewing club will I meet at the home of Mrs. Harry T. Ashmore, 1422 Bellevue Ave., Club and was a member of the Se- attle College Mothers' Club, Surviving are her husband, be the proper observance of St. on Tuesday. Assistant hostesses[Charles B. King; a son, the Ray. Patrick's Day, but it will also an- will be Miss Alice Peacock and D. G. King, S J. Alma, Calif., and gage in promoting Gaelic culture Mrs. Earl McKenna. a sister Mrs. W. L. Worthington, courses, and, tentatively plans at The Visiting Committee for the Portland, Ore. least f°ur public meetings a year" m°nth°fAprilwillincludeMes-i] Rd" Pa no rograms [ The Society expressed deep up-.[dames John M. Dempsey, Frank preciation to His Excellency, ]Dressel, James Duncan, and the Bishop Shaughnessy for his pres-[Misses Margaret Gorman, Grace ence at the concert and for gant- I O'Donnell, Ione Doyle, and Janet ing the society's petition for an[ D°nalds°n" annual official Mass in honor of[ Congratulation of members go St. Patrick. to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Decker (Beatrice Laabs) upon the birth of a girl. No Fatima Devotions Miss Beatrice Gibboney, who At Cathedral Saturday h been convalescing in Arizona this past winter, has returned to For Legion Of Mary !her home. Miss Esther Dolan is very ill The Legion of Mary Three Hours devotion in honor of Our Lady of Fatima will not be held at the Cathedral April 5 because of Hal Saturday. All active and auxiliary members are urged to attend their own parish churches and say fif- teen decades of the Rosary and the litany and prayers to Our Lady of Fatima. The Seattle Curia meeting which was schedhled for April 17 has been postponed to April 24 in Cathedral Hall. in San Diego• Sympatly of the Institute is ex- tended to Miss Mary Slencik upon the death of her father and to Mrs. John C. Endal Upon the death of her father. PADDEN and MORIARTY, 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King.--In Probate. In the matter of the estate of Adolph Holmes, deeeased.--No. 98883.--Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Helen Holmes Paulson, Executrix of the Es- tate of Adolph Holmes. has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petiti@n for dis- tribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Executrix: and that said Report and petition will be heard the 1st day of May. 1947, at 10:0 a. m. at the Court Room of the Probate De- partment of said Court. at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and fil6 objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 31st day of March, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court By W. B. Steen. Deputy. PADDEN & MORIARTY, Attorneys for Estate. 1212 American Bldg., Seattle 4. Wash. First publication April 4, 1947. Final publication April 18, 1947. Luncheon April 8 For St. Martin Mothers Saturday, April 5, KOL, 7:30 to 8 p. m. -- Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, April 6, KOL, 1:30 to 2 p. m. -- Special Easter Sunday broadcast Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, April 6, KOMO, 3 to 3:30 p. m. -- The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen will deliver the address on The Catholic Hour. Sunday, April 6, IA, 3:30 to 3:45 p. m.  Hour of St. Francis. Sunday, April 6, KOL, 3:45 to 4 p. m. -- Stories from The Catho- lic Digest. St. Martin Mothers' Club will hold a luncheon-meeting on Tues- day, April 8, at 12:30 p. m. in As- sumption Social Hall. Mrs. Earl Smith, chairman of the luncheon committee, will be as- sisted by Mesdames Emmett Nes- toDSr., R.FI Quimby, W. F. Roark, W. J. Schade, J. R. Cutely and J. J. Neeland. CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 2Oc ver line. Forms close Thursday a.m. COMPToMETER SCHOOL CHILDREN'S hand tailored, custom ENROLL NOW -- Day, Half-Day and Evening Class in New Short Streamlined Com'ptometer Come at the Comptometer daool, Douglas Bld.. MA. 8633. RUGS & UPHOLSTERY CLEANED In your" home; windows, woodwork washed; floors cleaned and waxed. Exterior buildings steam cleaned. MOBILE STEAM CLEANERS, AL 5432. tf with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publica-,EXPERIENCED accountant will super- barred.ti°n of this notice, or the same will be vise your accounting, credit and col- First publication March 21, 1947. faction, tax problems. EA. 5831. 4-4-47 STANLEY J PADDEN. Administrator with the will annexed of the Last TIRES Will and Tes!ament and of the Es:IsouN D TIRE CO (John Joseph Koch- tare of Mary E Nash deceasea ann, ---,  --- ; ..... "" " ... ' I *]111 O W. ricKerson A 1191 Administrator ith the wn] annexed Ti ........... " " " "" " - . " ! re vuleanlzmg ann lecappln, luew of the Last Will and Testament andi and Used Tire--Retail and Whole- of the Estate of Frank g. Nash, de-, sale. 4-4-47 ceased, and of the Consolidated Es-| rates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E. WANTED Nash, his wife. deceased. Address,[ Reliable man as earetaker. 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