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Pge Two Friday, April 4, 1947 " TACOMA i MODELS 1 /HlJ'Ar.m Sugar Donuts : PlraiehD00n0000 sd /  l,',.'"d.,: "-------- Donuts I Ba.an00.Donu*00 I. I THEY'RE DELICIOUS _ " ___..   __   FOR LOW-(OST Headqu'arters: HOME eEPAle LOANS Knights of Columbus more and more Tacomans I re saying.  ? puget Sound National Bank OF TACOMA STATE CONVENTION May 25-26-27 HOTEL WINTHROP TACOMA In the Center of Town Western Lumber" Manufacturing Company TACOMA 24-HOUR TIRE RE-CAPPING--TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE Tires LOANED FREE while yours ARE BEING RECAPPED Mike Petri Center Street Service 828 Center Ph. MA. 4033 " THE HAMILTON """ STUDIO Quality Photographs AtReasonable Prices 1147 Broadway MA. 6870 FoX  Plumbing Co. 9402 S. Tacoma Way - GA. 3728 PLUMBING & HEATING REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Paramount Electric Co. 422 Puyalh:p " Bit. 6132 Power Installation -- Industrial Maintenance Service Motor Rewinding and Repairing. WILLIAM HAYES Easter Greetings WlDI)OWSON & ASSOCIATES NORTHWEST'S LARGEST BUSINESS BROKERS Business Propertie- Homes- Lots Farms- Business Opportunities 1022 Tacoma Ave. MAin 1191 FARLEY'S FLOWER SHOP 6th Ave. and Anderson MA. 1129 Glassy Electric Co. 225 S. 88th . GArland 5701 Equipped to Handle Large Jobs Commercial (Fluorescent lighting) Industrial and House - Wiring Hot Water Tank,s and Side Arm Electric Heat- era for Sale. ood Screen [filigree or carved lattice sepa- , " I rating the sanctuary from the Holy Rood az useff originally] body of the church, and usually for a Calvary w.th the Blessea/__ . .. -  tnese screens were surmounted by Virgin, St. Johr and aary aaagcta-[ . . the Cros Few / the ,amy ood. Hence the origin len t the foot of s. / churches were without a screen of of the term rood screen. / NicoMi & Failor Pharmacy 764 S. 38tl, GA. 4590 Complete Precriptlon Service Sick Room and Hospital Supplies CONViCNIENTLY LOCATED Craig & Sons Hardware 1112 South K MAin 1338 HARDWARE, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS AND SPORTING GOODS PACIFIC AMUSEMENT COMPANY 1344 Commerce St. MAin 4482 - CATHOEIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS " - I INOTABLE PROGRAM " " . . - FOR aSTER AT ST, Tacoma News Sectson ' " :'r' I " lEthel Hannon Egan, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor 1133 PATR,CK CHURCH-00-00 , . . " - .... ,00a.[SOLEMN HIGH MASS G00l,' Choir To ' SOLEMN HIGH MASS will be celebraed at 7 .inst.! iT univ nntiv Singln Holy Cross iT T II:fl PUIIDPLI rarick Churcn on aser unuay, tt/ IIUL/ I|UUtUl/ n " II- ! lU // J/| LLU UilUi|UII feast of the Resurrection , and[ -_ _ _._l ror sign fflass there will be low Masses at 6 a.m., S yI -- :5s la 11 " mandihsnedihiigoh ON EASTER UNDA Girls' choir of ON EASTER SUNDAY ..... ". 7. " . .., ]  ] Holy Cross parish will sing for the -- cI ne *mssea acrament zonow- ! TACOMA. -- Solemn high Mass[ igh Mass at 8:30 a. m., Easter TACOMA. -- Solemn high Mass rag. Ion Easter Sunday at Holy Rosary 1 Sunday morning and the children will be sung in St. Leo Church at The children's choir will sing for Church will be at 11 a. m. and the i of Holy Cross School will sing 11 a. m. Easter Sunday. The choir, the last Mass and will also sing]choir, directed hy George L. Mit-IF.aster carols at the 11 o'clock directed by Max Frolic, with Mrs. F.aster hymns during the 8:451chell, with Mrs. Marion A. Bezich'Mass. There will also be a low Charles Finley at the organ, will /dass. at the organ, will sing the Missa Mass at 5:30 a. m Miss PeggT offer a hotable program of music. For the solemn high Mass at 7 ! Angeli Custodes by Gounod, the O'Connell is director of the Girls' Low Masses will be at 6, 7:30, 8:30 a. m. the musical program by the proper of the Mass by A. E. T0zer, renior choir will include: Proces- Regina Coeli, ]3. Hamma, as an of- siGnal, O Filli et Filiae, tradition- fertory motet and the 150th Psalm el: Proper of the Mass, Tozer; Ky- (Cesar Franck) as recessional. rie, Gloria, Credo, Mass in honor l Other Masses on Easter will be of St. Anthony, Stewart; offertory i at the Sunday hours, 6, 7:30, 8:45 motet, Regina Coeli, tutti Sane_lit which time the children will tus and Benedictus, Mass of the stag, and 10 a. m. acred Heart, Gounod, Agnus Dei, I Tre Ore Stewart; communion motets, Ave Holy Rosary will be one of the Verum, traditional,. O Salutaris, t two Tacoma churches to observe Klein; recessional, Tollite Hostias. the impressive ceremony of the "Tre Ore" from 12 noon to 3 p. m. Solemn %Vay.of Cross I today (Good Friday). Sermons on The senior choir will also sing the last words of Christ on the a program of Good Friday motets Cross, prayers, congregation a 1 for the Solemn Way of the Cross singing of Lenten Hymns, and Pus- at 7:45 this (Good Friday) even Choir. Good Friday devotions, begin ning at 7:45 p. m., will include Way of the Cross, sermon on the Sacred Passion and Veneration of the Cross. Holy Saturday cere- monies will begin at 7 a. m. and conclude with high Mass at 8 a. m. Mrs. Harrigan Will Entertain Catholic nd 9:30. Music for the high Mass will in- clude processional, Easter carols; Froper of the Mass, Tozer; Missa Exsultet, F. X. Witt; offertory motet, Terra Tremuit, Mitterer, O Sahataris, Hamma, Tantum Ergo, Hamma, recessional, Regina Coel!, , Lotti. For the 8:30 Mass, the High School choir of girls will sing: Christus Resurrexit, Melville; Haec Dies, Wilkens; Regina Coeli, Butt- W an's Cl b Ap 9i ,nan; Victimae Pascalis, Yon, Ju- om u r. bilate Deo, Mozart. This group is drected by the Sisters of St. TACOMA. -- The Catholic Wom- trancis- s,on motets sung by Holy Rosary hag. Holy Sattirday ceremonies senior choir, will comprise the pro- 1 ah's Club will meet Wednesday, I Choir Personnel I April 9, at the home of Mrs. Har- I A special program of Easter vrillbegin at 7 a. m. ending with gr-am. ........ iry Hai-rigan Bookdale. Mrs. Les-!carols will be sung for the 9:30 solemn high .Mass at 7:30. -,here wn De way oz me (;ross I.  " ' "'" i .... ....... ', ne uriong wni pres ae a [ne,).ass by a choir directed by Prof. Mrs. James H. Egan is choir sermon ann venerauon oz ne i ...... .......... ousmess sesmon a z p. m. an I George L. /[itcheiI, with Mrs. Ann director fo St. Patrick's senior ross at 7:u zomgn ann oiy .......... ...... .vrs. riarmgan m charge oz the Bezieh] at the organ and the fol- choristers, Mrs. Robert Weaver is buroay ceremomes a # a. m.' organist and members of the choir with solemn high Mass at 8:30! program, has asked the Rex,. Jo-j lo%%ng choristers: Mesdames Hil- seph E. Grady, S. J. of Bellarmine, i degarde Herzog, Hildegarde Byrne, are Mesdames Jack Bird, Mark a.m. to speak on the topic, "Retreat, R.M. Summers, .Misses Helen MaN Doiliver, G. H. Nash, Lawrence LVIemhershi in Holy Rosary Retreat." lery, Tillie Bogetirch, Helen Elt- McNerthney, Dalton Thorne, F. W. choir includes Mr. Mitchell, direct- Assisting hostesses will be Mes- rich, Diana Balcstreri, Gloria Her- Mitchell, M. J. Mcierthney, Mar- or, Mrs. Bezich, organist, Mes- dames B. J. Bagan, Joseph Harri- zog, Barbara Adler, Gertrude Her- ion Placquit, Egan, Misses Rose- dames A. Shilley, L. Willard, El- on, DeWitt Rowland, J. J. Mr- ring; George Mitchell, Francis El- anne LaVallie, Charlotte Manley, i leen Cole, A. Weber, A. J. McDon- Laughlin, George Davis, T. A. trich, John Hagala and Jim Stoke. Frances Malefyt; John Fuchs, John nell, Pat Beyer, George Bader, Mrphy, Theodore Healy and L.J. St. LeG's senior choir includes: Cathersol and Mark Dolliver, Jr. lIisses Rosemary Bader, Mar Conlin. sopranos, Mesdames E. T. Boyne, I Kenney, Lorraine McLaughlin, Ma- Catholic Woman's club is plan- H. L. Koehler, Joseph J. Gorman, :--=I]RnY_' CHOIR .,,Tfl Lanz,rY BeCk,BeverlyMarthasinkovich,Beck, BarbaraBeneda ning a bridge party and style!Ann McNeil, Miss Helen Moran; Rioux, Shirley Davis; also L. J. show for Wednesday, April 16, at i altos ' Mesdames Max Frolic, J. E. II [] sING FOR HiGH MASS Willard, Andrew Shildey, Owen ]:30 p. re. in Elks' hall. One of i McGuire, Lyle Faber, A. Pakus, ch, the Tacoma women's shops will i.fiss Helen Pakusich; tenors, Jos. ZTcLaughlin, John Fancy, Fred present the style preview of IJ. Gorman, Philip J. O'Brien, A. P. l ..T THE VISITATION Schaupp, Tom Ward, Tom Bichsel spring and summer fashions and ,, .oye,R t basses, J" W. Cox, Anthony Grun- Leonard Marcoe. there will be many handsome and lert; John E. McGuire," valuable prizes awarded. The [Francis Eltrich, John Fiala. Fr. Buchanan, S.J. committee includes Mrs. Theodore TACOMA. -- Tacoma's o n 1 y B. Gaffney, chairman, Mesdames C$tholie boys' choir will sing, Eas- To Speakj, For_ O--'Bellarminethe J,lm O'Connor, A. B. Raitano, Jo- >,,-. ter Sunday, for the solemn high " seph Harrison, Theodore Healy, Mass in Visitation Church at6 a. Catholic daughter,, Charles W. Orton, Frost Snyder, m. The boys, vested in cassocks DeWitt Rowland, Robert Sanders, i and surplices , will march in pro- TACOMA. -- The Rev. Paul James Healy, A. D. Kenan, Rich- cession through the church to the I Buchanan, S. of ard Turner, Miss Katherine Man- (/1 choir loft where they will sing the lHg h School, will speak at the roe. Proceeds will benefit the following program: Processional,! eeting of Tacoma Court, Catho- Catholic Welfare Bureau of Ta- G Filii et Filiae, traditional: Prop- Iic Daughters of America, Mon- coma. er of the Mass, Liber Usualis: day evening, April 7, ha St. Leo i Gregorian Mass, Lax et Origo!hall. Father Buchanan will dis- It is estimated that the Am- I FUEL OIL Credo I, recessional, Regina Coeli,  cuss "The Guidance cf Youth," erican public spends mere than 4 ' Gregorian. . . , These boys, trained by the Sis -]Mrs" E" J" Turner' grand regent'wil] preside. Mrs. George Christ- bHhon dollars a year on sports, i SERVICE ters of St. Benedict, compose one iacht is in charge of the program. Sic of the finest musical groups of the The social hour willclose the ev- Advance n CO city. ehing with Mesdames Hugh Mr- #O*! |lrtll----'e The Girls' choir will stag the! 2Jjllan, Charles McLaugh]in, Wil- same program for the 9:30 high liam G. McNamara, M. J. Nicola Mas and low Masses will be at and William Bagley in charge of (Formerly Aeme Sign Co.) 816 A Street 7:30, 8:30 and 11 a.m. the tea hour. The Rev. Vincent Carey, O. S.B. Tickets are out for the benefit 1127 So. Tacoma Ave. will speak at the devotions this'party the court plans for Thurs- BR. 5815 MAin 3171 Good Friday evening at 7:30, and day evening, May 8, at Knights of b.is sermon subject will be the Columbus hall. The event will NEONS Mark C. Dollivr Sacred Passion of Our Lord. Fa- benefit the Ozanam Home for the Signs of All Kinds ther Carey, whose work is largely gAged and reservations ma3 be Manager missions and retreats, is stationed} raade with any member of the L. CLEARI" C. EVERARD at St. Martin's Abbey. t court. A cedar chest and a hand- Holy Saturday services begin at some shawl are two of the special 7 a. m. Solemn Mass set for 8 a. m. I party awards. NORTH PACIFIC BANK NOTE CO. LITHOGRAPHING--PRI NTI NG Board of Cardinal Easter at Midland, -,,oP ,A.'A''RRS Two Plants--- Club Plans Meeting Eatonville, Morton 117 so. 8th St., Taeonm--BR. 22"44---- 206 1st Ave. So., Seattle---MA. 0196 . MIDLAND. -- The Rev. Robert TACOMA.- The regular meet- E- Lgan, pastor of St. John of ing of the board of directors of the Woods parish announces that Cardinal Club will be held Mon- Mass at St. John Church on Bus- day, April 7, at the beach home of i ter Sunday will be at 8 a. m. in the Easter ts-g'ree"n-s Miss Ethel Mullah. To Gould, ?;Tidtand Community hall. chairman, will preside. Mass at Our Lady'of Good Coun- Members of the club are aked sel Church, Eatonville, will be at to keep in mind the annual corn- 7 a. m.; at Sacred Heart Church, o."" PAUL o( TACOMA reunion and breakfast, Sunday, Morton, at 10 a.m. , April 20. The members will re- ceive at 9:30 Mass,. at St. Leo Stefonowski Child Dies LUMBER CO. Church and breakfast will be at TACOMA. -- Captain and Mrs. the New Yorker at 10:45. Reser- vations for breakfast must be Philip Stefanowski are mourning the loss of their infant daughter, made with Frances Bissell Pr. i who died last Wednesday. Farter- f 1724, Katherine McGavik, Main al Services were on Thursday and 0048 or Gienn Gaffney, Main the little .one was laid to rest in 5960. Bill Renner will be in akarge of transportation. Calvary. G. CINELLI CO. Greetings Mrs. McLain Buried Budenz Warns ClNELLI'S DIAMOND "F" From Holy Rosary; More Appeasement OLIVE OIL Was Octogenarian Of Soviet Russia will be available soon in MEAT CO. a]] good grocezT stores TACOMA.- Requiem Masswas SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Charg- throughout the North- H. \\;V. BAIRD, Mgr. sc, lemnized Saturday at Holy Ros- i:g that the two objectives of the west. ary for Mrs. Ellen Marie McLain, Communists are the overthrow of 2132-34 Pacific MA. 7135 1333 Commerce St. - BR. 3111 80 years old, who died Thursday the United States government, and t.t her home, 4823 So. Yakimm In- the overthrow of the Catholic terment was in Calvary. She was Church, Louis F. Budenz, former a native of Ireland and had lived Communist leader who rejoined OTTO'S NORTH END ELECTRIC SHOP in Tacoma J1 years, the Church, called for an end to 2702 N. Proctor I'R. 8292 Her loss is mourned by her hus- the appeasement of Soviet Russia. Electrical Wiring Contractors band, Michael J. McLain of the[Fie warned that unless appease- Lighting Fixtures--Water Heaters home. two sisters, Mrs. Catherine linen t is abandoned, American ci- Milan and Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, tie may be reduced to shambles Appliances and Repairing St. Paul, and out niece, Miss Eliz- within three decades. OTTO GLa, SSMAN, Owner - aheth Morrison, Tacoma. Speaking under the auspices of I the AqUinas Library Lecture Se- Aquinas Seniors See ties at Notre .Dame University, COV'S DITTEMORES Mr. Budenz said that in ending its # Courthouse ot WOrkseniors appeasement, the United States should rise in the United Nations Flower Box TACOMA. -- Aquinas" , councils and demand the expulsion On Highway 99 34 in number, spent Thdirsday of of the present Polish regime, re- We specialize in Funeral Phone LA. 3071 last week visiting the Pierce gardless of Soviet Russia's aims Vv'ork . . . Corsages, Boa- South Tacoma County Courthouse and seeing the t in that country. T orkings of the various depart- I Unless our po]icy changes, he quets, V, edding Parties, merits. The girls, accompanied by l added, "the report that Herbert Potted Plants, from our EXq'NDS Sisters M. Brigid and M. Dolores, t Hoover has just made on Germany i Gree/lhouses. were guests of Patrick Steele, the jwill be similar to the one that will SEASON'S (;REETINGS County Prosecutor, and were con- be made on this country by a for- 1010 K St. MA. 8590 darted through all departments, egn power." TACC)M_00A Easter Greetings From Your County PATRICK M. STEELE Prosecuting Attorney H. W-- CROFT County Sheriff and Staff JOE E. FORD County Sheriff and Staff PAUL MELLINGER Coroner JOHN K. VOLK Deputy Coroner Tacoma's finest "Family Restaurant" I I I ljl_  Sixth Ave. Bus to Our Door I I , I THE , . 1 w  CAFE J J EASTER GREETINGS Nat'i Blower & Sheet Metal Co. DESIGNERS AND CONTRACTORS 1129 St. Paul Ave. BR. 2281 N.EAL DRUG 8404 D ::':::a; r. :::" 4579 Prescriptions Filled Photo Finishing Fountain Service Magazines, Parking Space Wire Your House for Electric Range New Ranges Available Lincoln Elec+nc Co. A. L. RICONO, Prop Electrical Contracting House--Commercial and Indus- trial Wiring - Shop Repairs 767 So. 3Zth St. GA. 4473 TACOMA AUTO STAGE DEPOT T ! Lahey & Nova,e, Operators and Ownerz 801 Pacific Avenue Tel.: l,lh,a(Iway 1101 CA'FE SEASON'S GREETINGS PUGET SOUND CLEANERS Featuring DRI-SHEEN CLEANING PROCESS B. G%VYER, prol). 100 Per Cent Tacoma Owned and Operated 608 No. 1st St. blAin 3643 UT G COMPANY BEVERAGES 2336 Fawcett Ave. MAin 4515 Bonnell gonstruction g0. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 760V Comerce St. MAin 7403 Greetings Central Bank Phone MA. 8191 6th and Pine SCOTT'S SPEEDY SERVICE KENNETH SCOTT, Mgr. MOVING and GENERAL TRUCKING MAin 4315 Tacoma Lowry Electric Service 5423 Clarkston III.. 1163 "If It's Electric, We Repair It." Hiqhway Drug CO. 5441 South Tacoma %Vay GA. 5486 "A Real Drug Store" Regislered Prescription Pharma('ist on Dlty at All TiRes GEO. SCOFIELD & CO. 1543 Dock St, BRoadway 4221 Conlpleh luihlin and Mainh.nanee MATERIALS Con('rete - Steal - Plater - Brick - Tile (Refraelorim), Roofing, lnsulalion (AsbeM.s and Cork) Pge Two Friday, April 4, 1947 " TACOMA i MODELS 1 /HlJ'Ar.m Sugar Donuts : PlraiehD00n0000 sd /  l,',.'"d.,: "-------- Donuts I Ba.an00.Donu*00 I. I THEY'RE DELICIOUS _ " ___..   __   FOR LOW-(OST Headqu'arters: HOME eEPAle LOANS Knights of Columbus more and more Tacomans I re saying.  ? puget Sound National Bank OF TACOMA STATE CONVENTION May 25-26-27 HOTEL WINTHROP TACOMA In the Center of Town Western Lumber" Manufacturing Company TACOMA 24-HOUR TIRE RE-CAPPING--TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE Tires LOANED FREE while yours ARE BEING RECAPPED Mike Petri Center Street Service 828 Center Ph. MA. 4033 " THE HAMILTON """ STUDIO Quality Photographs AtReasonable Prices 1147 Broadway MA. 6870 FoX  Plumbing Co. 9402 S. Tacoma Way - GA. 3728 PLUMBING & HEATING REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Paramount Electric Co. 422 Puyalh:p " Bit. 6132 Power Installation -- Industrial Maintenance Service Motor Rewinding and Repairing. WILLIAM HAYES Easter Greetings WlDI)OWSON & ASSOCIATES NORTHWEST'S LARGEST BUSINESS BROKERS Business Propertie- Homes- Lots Farms- Business Opportunities 1022 Tacoma Ave. MAin 1191 FARLEY'S FLOWER SHOP 6th Ave. and Anderson MA. 1129 Glassy Electric Co. 225 S. 88th . GArland 5701 Equipped to Handle Large Jobs Commercial (Fluorescent lighting) Industrial and House - Wiring Hot Water Tank,s and Side Arm Electric Heat- era for Sale. ood Screen [filigree or carved lattice sepa- , " I rating the sanctuary from the Holy Rood az useff originally] body of the church, and usually for a Calvary w.th the Blessea/__ . .. -  tnese screens were surmounted by Virgin, St. Johr and aary aaagcta-[ . . the Cros Few / the ,amy ood. Hence the origin len t the foot of s. / churches were without a screen of of the term rood screen. / NicoMi & Failor Pharmacy 764 S. 38tl, GA. 4590 Complete Precriptlon Service Sick Room and Hospital Supplies CONViCNIENTLY LOCATED Craig & Sons Hardware 1112 South K MAin 1338 HARDWARE, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS AND SPORTING GOODS PACIFIC AMUSEMENT COMPANY 1344 Commerce St. MAin 4482 - CATHOEIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS " - I INOTABLE PROGRAM " " . . - FOR aSTER AT ST, Tacoma News Sectson ' " :'r' I " lEthel Hannon Egan, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor 1133 PATR,CK CHURCH-00-00 , . . " - .... ,00a.[SOLEMN HIGH MASS G00l,' Choir To ' SOLEMN HIGH MASS will be celebraed at 7 .inst.! iT univ nntiv Singln Holy Cross iT T II:fl PUIIDPLI rarick Churcn on aser unuay, tt/ IIUL/ I|UUtUl/ n " II- ! lU // J/| LLU UilUi|UII feast of the Resurrection , and[ -_ _ _._l ror sign fflass there will be low Masses at 6 a.m., S yI -- :5s la 11 " mandihsnedihiigoh ON EASTER UNDA Girls' choir of ON EASTER SUNDAY ..... ". 7. " . .., ]  ] Holy Cross parish will sing for the -- cI ne *mssea acrament zonow- ! TACOMA. -- Solemn high Mass[ igh Mass at 8:30 a. m., Easter TACOMA. -- Solemn high Mass rag. Ion Easter Sunday at Holy Rosary 1 Sunday morning and the children will be sung in St. Leo Church at The children's choir will sing for Church will be at 11 a. m. and the i of Holy Cross School will sing 11 a. m. Easter Sunday. The choir, the last Mass and will also sing]choir, directed hy George L. Mit-IF.aster carols at the 11 o'clock directed by Max Frolic, with Mrs. F.aster hymns during the 8:451chell, with Mrs. Marion A. Bezich'Mass. There will also be a low Charles Finley at the organ, will /dass. at the organ, will sing the Missa Mass at 5:30 a. m Miss PeggT offer a hotable program of music. For the solemn high Mass at 7 ! Angeli Custodes by Gounod, the O'Connell is director of the Girls' Low Masses will be at 6, 7:30, 8:30 a. m. the musical program by the proper of the Mass by A. E. T0zer, renior choir will include: Proces- Regina Coeli, ]3. Hamma, as an of- siGnal, O Filli et Filiae, tradition- fertory motet and the 150th Psalm el: Proper of the Mass, Tozer; Ky- (Cesar Franck) as recessional. rie, Gloria, Credo, Mass in honor l Other Masses on Easter will be of St. Anthony, Stewart; offertory i at the Sunday hours, 6, 7:30, 8:45 motet, Regina Coeli, tutti Sane_lit which time the children will tus and Benedictus, Mass of the stag, and 10 a. m. acred Heart, Gounod, Agnus Dei, I Tre Ore Stewart; communion motets, Ave Holy Rosary will be one of the Verum, traditional,. O Salutaris, t two Tacoma churches to observe Klein; recessional, Tollite Hostias. the impressive ceremony of the "Tre Ore" from 12 noon to 3 p. m. Solemn %Vay.of Cross I today (Good Friday). Sermons on The senior choir will also sing the last words of Christ on the a program of Good Friday motets Cross, prayers, congregation a 1 for the Solemn Way of the Cross singing of Lenten Hymns, and Pus- at 7:45 this (Good Friday) even Choir. Good Friday devotions, begin ning at 7:45 p. m., will include Way of the Cross, sermon on the Sacred Passion and Veneration of the Cross. Holy Saturday cere- monies will begin at 7 a. m. and conclude with high Mass at 8 a. m. Mrs. Harrigan Will Entertain Catholic nd 9:30. Music for the high Mass will in- clude processional, Easter carols; Froper of the Mass, Tozer; Missa Exsultet, F. X. Witt; offertory motet, Terra Tremuit, Mitterer, O Sahataris, Hamma, Tantum Ergo, Hamma, recessional, Regina Coel!, , Lotti. For the 8:30 Mass, the High School choir of girls will sing: Christus Resurrexit, Melville; Haec Dies, Wilkens; Regina Coeli, Butt- W an's Cl b Ap 9i ,nan; Victimae Pascalis, Yon, Ju- om u r. bilate Deo, Mozart. This group is drected by the Sisters of St. TACOMA. -- The Catholic Wom- trancis- s,on motets sung by Holy Rosary hag. Holy Sattirday ceremonies senior choir, will comprise the pro- 1 ah's Club will meet Wednesday, I Choir Personnel I April 9, at the home of Mrs. Har- I A special program of Easter vrillbegin at 7 a. m. ending with gr-am. ........ iry Hai-rigan Bookdale. Mrs. Les-!carols will be sung for the 9:30 solemn high .Mass at 7:30. -,here wn De way oz me (;ross I.  " ' "'" i .... ....... ', ne uriong wni pres ae a [ne,).ass by a choir directed by Prof. Mrs. James H. Egan is choir sermon ann venerauon oz ne i ...... .......... ousmess sesmon a z p. m. an I George L. /[itcheiI, with Mrs. Ann director fo St. Patrick's senior ross at 7:u zomgn ann oiy .......... ...... .vrs. riarmgan m charge oz the Bezieh] at the organ and the fol- choristers, Mrs. Robert Weaver is buroay ceremomes a # a. m.' organist and members of the choir with solemn high Mass at 8:30! program, has asked the Rex,. Jo-j lo%%ng choristers: Mesdames Hil- seph E. Grady, S. J. of Bellarmine, i degarde Herzog, Hildegarde Byrne, are Mesdames Jack Bird, Mark a.m. to speak on the topic, "Retreat, R.M. Summers, .Misses Helen MaN Doiliver, G. H. Nash, Lawrence LVIemhershi in Holy Rosary Retreat." lery, Tillie Bogetirch, Helen Elt- McNerthney, Dalton Thorne, F. W. choir includes Mr. Mitchell, direct- Assisting hostesses will be Mes- rich, Diana Balcstreri, Gloria Her- Mitchell, M. J. Mcierthney, Mar- or, Mrs. Bezich, organist, Mes- dames B. J. Bagan, Joseph Harri- zog, Barbara Adler, Gertrude Her- ion Placquit, Egan, Misses Rose- dames A. Shilley, L. Willard, El- on, DeWitt Rowland, J. J. Mr- ring; George Mitchell, Francis El- anne LaVallie, Charlotte Manley, i leen Cole, A. Weber, A. J. McDon- Laughlin, George Davis, T. A. trich, John Hagala and Jim Stoke. Frances Malefyt; John Fuchs, John nell, Pat Beyer, George Bader, Mrphy, Theodore Healy and L.J. St. LeG's senior choir includes: Cathersol and Mark Dolliver, Jr. lIisses Rosemary Bader, Mar Conlin. sopranos, Mesdames E. T. Boyne, I Kenney, Lorraine McLaughlin, Ma- Catholic Woman's club is plan- H. L. Koehler, Joseph J. Gorman, :--=I]RnY_' CHOIR .,,Tfl Lanz,rY BeCk,BeverlyMarthasinkovich,Beck, BarbaraBeneda ning a bridge party and style!Ann McNeil, Miss Helen Moran; Rioux, Shirley Davis; also L. J. show for Wednesday, April 16, at i altos ' Mesdames Max Frolic, J. E. II [] sING FOR HiGH MASS Willard, Andrew Shildey, Owen ]:30 p. re. in Elks' hall. One of i McGuire, Lyle Faber, A. Pakus, ch, the Tacoma women's shops will i.fiss Helen Pakusich; tenors, Jos. ZTcLaughlin, John Fancy, Fred present the style preview of IJ. Gorman, Philip J. O'Brien, A. P. l ..T THE VISITATION Schaupp, Tom Ward, Tom Bichsel spring and summer fashions and ,, .oye,R t basses, J" W. Cox, Anthony Grun- Leonard Marcoe. there will be many handsome and lert; John E. McGuire," valuable prizes awarded. The [Francis Eltrich, John Fiala. Fr. Buchanan, S.J. committee includes Mrs. Theodore TACOMA. -- Tacoma's o n 1 y B. Gaffney, chairman, Mesdames C$tholie boys' choir will sing, Eas- To Speakj, For_ O--'Bellarminethe J,lm O'Connor, A. B. Raitano, Jo- >,,-. ter Sunday, for the solemn high " seph Harrison, Theodore Healy, Mass in Visitation Church at6 a. Catholic daughter,, Charles W. Orton, Frost Snyder, m. The boys, vested in cassocks DeWitt Rowland, Robert Sanders, i and surplices , will march in pro- TACOMA. -- The Rev. Paul James Healy, A. D. Kenan, Rich- cession through the church to the I Buchanan, S. of ard Turner, Miss Katherine Man- (/1 choir loft where they will sing the lHg h School, will speak at the roe. Proceeds will benefit the following program: Processional,! eeting of Tacoma Court, Catho- Catholic Welfare Bureau of Ta- G Filii et Filiae, traditional: Prop- Iic Daughters of America, Mon- coma. er of the Mass, Liber Usualis: day evening, April 7, ha St. Leo i Gregorian Mass, Lax et Origo!hall. Father Buchanan will dis- It is estimated that the Am- I FUEL OIL Credo I, recessional, Regina Coeli,  cuss "The Guidance cf Youth," erican public spends mere than 4 ' Gregorian. . . , These boys, trained by the Sis -]Mrs" E" J" Turner' grand regent'wil] preside. Mrs. George Christ- bHhon dollars a year on sports, i SERVICE ters of St. Benedict, compose one iacht is in charge of the program. Sic of the finest musical groups of the The social hour willclose the ev- Advance n CO city. ehing with Mesdames Hugh Mr- #O*! |lrtll----'e The Girls' choir will stag the! 2Jjllan, Charles McLaugh]in, Wil- same program for the 9:30 high liam G. McNamara, M. J. Nicola Mas and low Masses will be at and William Bagley in charge of (Formerly Aeme Sign Co.) 816 A Street 7:30, 8:30 and 11 a.m. the tea hour. The Rev. Vincent Carey, O. S.B. Tickets are out for the benefit 1127 So. Tacoma Ave. will speak at the devotions this'party the court plans for Thurs- BR. 5815 MAin 3171 Good Friday evening at 7:30, and day evening, May 8, at Knights of b.is sermon subject will be the Columbus hall. The event will NEONS Mark C. Dollivr Sacred Passion of Our Lord. Fa- benefit the Ozanam Home for the Signs of All Kinds ther Carey, whose work is largely gAged and reservations ma3 be Manager missions and retreats, is stationed} raade with any member of the L. CLEARI" C. EVERARD at St. Martin's Abbey. t court. A cedar chest and a hand- Holy Saturday services begin at some shawl are two of the special 7 a. m. Solemn Mass set for 8 a. m. I party awards. NORTH PACIFIC BANK NOTE CO. LITHOGRAPHING--PRI NTI NG Board of Cardinal Easter at Midland, -,,oP ,A.'A''RRS Two Plants--- Club Plans Meeting Eatonville, Morton 117 so. 8th St., Taeonm--BR. 22"44---- 206 1st Ave. So., Seattle---MA. 0196 . MIDLAND. -- The Rev. Robert TACOMA.- The regular meet- E- Lgan, pastor of St. John of ing of the board of directors of the Woods parish announces that Cardinal Club will be held Mon- Mass at St. John Church on Bus- day, April 7, at the beach home of i ter Sunday will be at 8 a. m. in the Easter ts-g'ree"n-s Miss Ethel Mullah. To Gould, ?;Tidtand Community hall. chairman, will preside. Mass at Our Lady'of Good Coun- Members of the club are aked sel Church, Eatonville, will be at to keep in mind the annual corn- 7 a. m.; at Sacred Heart Church, o."" PAUL o( TACOMA reunion and breakfast, Sunday, Morton, at 10 a.m. , April 20. The members will re- ceive at 9:30 Mass,. at St. Leo Stefonowski Child Dies LUMBER CO. Church and breakfast will be at TACOMA. -- Captain and Mrs. the New Yorker at 10:45. Reser- vations for breakfast must be Philip Stefanowski are mourning the loss of their infant daughter, made with Frances Bissell Pr. i who died last Wednesday. Farter- f 1724, Katherine McGavik, Main al Services were on Thursday and 0048 or Gienn Gaffney, Main the little .one was laid to rest in 5960. Bill Renner will be in akarge of transportation. Calvary. G. CINELLI CO. Greetings Mrs. McLain Buried Budenz Warns ClNELLI'S DIAMOND "F" From Holy Rosary; More Appeasement OLIVE OIL Was Octogenarian Of Soviet Russia will be available soon in MEAT CO. a]] good grocezT stores TACOMA.- Requiem Masswas SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Charg- throughout the North- H. \\;V. BAIRD, Mgr. sc, lemnized Saturday at Holy Ros- i:g that the two objectives of the west. ary for Mrs. Ellen Marie McLain, Communists are the overthrow of 2132-34 Pacific MA. 7135 1333 Commerce St. - BR. 3111 80 years old, who died Thursday the United States government, and t.t her home, 4823 So. Yakimm In- the overthrow of the Catholic terment was in Calvary. She was Church, Louis F. Budenz, former a native of Ireland and had lived Communist leader who rejoined OTTO'S NORTH END ELECTRIC SHOP in Tacoma J1 years, the Church, called for an end to 2702 N. Proctor I'R. 8292 Her loss is mourned by her hus- the appeasement of Soviet Russia. Electrical Wiring Contractors band, Michael J. McLain of the[Fie warned that unless appease- Lighting Fixtures--Water Heaters home. two sisters, Mrs. Catherine linen t is abandoned, American ci- Milan and Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, tie may be reduced to shambles Appliances and Repairing St. Paul, and out niece, Miss Eliz- within three decades. OTTO GLa, SSMAN, Owner - aheth Morrison, Tacoma. Speaking under the auspices of I the AqUinas Library Lecture Se- Aquinas Seniors See ties at Notre .Dame University, COV'S DITTEMORES Mr. Budenz said that in ending its # Courthouse ot WOrkseniors appeasement, the United States should rise in the United Nations Flower Box TACOMA. -- Aquinas" , councils and demand the expulsion On Highway 99 34 in number, spent Thdirsday of of the present Polish regime, re- We specialize in Funeral Phone LA. 3071 last week visiting the Pierce gardless of Soviet Russia's aims Vv'ork . . . Corsages, Boa- South Tacoma County Courthouse and seeing the t in that country. T orkings of the various depart- I Unless our po]icy changes, he quets, V, edding Parties, merits. The girls, accompanied by l added, "the report that Herbert Potted Plants, from our EXq'NDS Sisters M. Brigid and M. Dolores, t Hoover has just made on Germany i Gree/lhouses. were guests of Patrick Steele, the jwill be similar to the one that will SEASON'S (;REETINGS County Prosecutor, and were con- be made on this country by a for- 1010 K St. MA. 8590 darted through all departments, egn power." TACC)M_00A Easter Greetings From Your County PATRICK M. STEELE Prosecuting Attorney H. W-- CROFT County Sheriff and Staff JOE E. FORD County Sheriff and Staff PAUL MELLINGER Coroner JOHN K. VOLK Deputy Coroner Tacoma's finest "Family Restaurant" I I I ljl_  Sixth Ave. Bus to Our Door I I , I THE , . 1 w  CAFE J J EASTER GREETINGS Nat'i Blower & Sheet Metal Co. DESIGNERS AND CONTRACTORS 1129 St. Paul Ave. BR. 2281 N.EAL DRUG 8404 D ::':::a; r. :::" 4579 Prescriptions Filled Photo Finishing Fountain Service Magazines, Parking Space Wire Your House for Electric Range New Ranges Available Lincoln Elec+nc Co. A. L. RICONO, Prop Electrical Contracting House--Commercial and Indus- trial Wiring - Shop Repairs 767 So. 3Zth St. GA. 4473 TACOMA AUTO STAGE DEPOT T ! Lahey & Nova,e, Operators and Ownerz 801 Pacific Avenue Tel.: l,lh,a(Iway 1101 CA'FE SEASON'S GREETINGS PUGET SOUND CLEANERS Featuring DRI-SHEEN CLEANING PROCESS B. G%VYER, prol). 100 Per Cent Tacoma Owned and Operated 608 No. 1st St. blAin 3643 UT G COMPANY BEVERAGES 2336 Fawcett Ave. MAin 4515 Bonnell gonstruction g0. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 760V Comerce St. MAin 7403 Greetings Central Bank Phone MA. 8191 6th and Pine SCOTT'S SPEEDY SERVICE KENNETH SCOTT, Mgr. MOVING and GENERAL TRUCKING MAin 4315 Tacoma Lowry Electric Service 5423 Clarkston III.. 1163 "If It's Electric, We Repair It." Hiqhway Drug CO. 5441 South Tacoma %Vay GA. 5486 "A Real Drug Store" Regislered Prescription Pharma('ist on Dlty at All TiRes GEO. SCOFIELD & CO. 1543 Dock St, BRoadway 4221 Conlpleh luihlin and Mainh.nanee MATERIALS Con('rete - Steal - Plater - Brick - Tile (Refraelorim), Roofing, lnsulalion (AsbeM.s and Cork)