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Friday, April 17, 1964 THE PROGRESS9 Meetings Have Varied Programs i Aberdeen Seattle Seattle Seattle St. Mary Parish--Officers of Amigos Anonymous--Pancake Marian Club -- Meeting, 1 St. Matthew Parish -- Cana Altar Society will be hostesses breakfast sponsored by Seattle p.m. Wednesday, April 22, St. Conference, conducted by Rev. for social hour after 9:30 a.m. University group planning sum- Peter Claver Center. The Roy. Thomas Pitsch, pastor of St. Communion Sunday Mass, April met missionary work in Mex- Felix Verwilghen will describe Joseph Parish, Vancouver, for 19, school auditorium. Officers ica, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday, missionary life in Japan and married couples, 1-5 p.m. Sun- are the Mesdames Robert May- April 26, St. Joseph's parish Communist China. Those who day, April 19, rectory meeting ton, president; Charles Feuer- hall. Tickets -- $1 for adults, wish may bring lunches at room. The conference is being stein, vice president; M i k e 50' cents for children. Everyone noon. sponsored by the p a r i s h' s Nicholas, secretary, and Gerald invited. Our Lady of Guadalupe Par- Christian Family Movement. Furth, treasurer. Blessed Sacrament Mothers ish -- Second annual "Flea Refreshments will be served. Club--Meeting, 8 p.m. Tuesday, Market" (rummage sale), 10 St. Michael Circle, Junior Bellingham April 21, parish hall. Business a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Sat- Association [or Catholic Child- meeting followed by make-up urday, April 24-25, parish hall, hood -- Car-wash, 9 a.m. to 5 Sacred Heart Parish--Spring and skin care demonstration. 34th Ave. S.W. and S.W. Myr- p.m. Saturday, April 18, Mac's card party, 7 p.m. Sunday, Mrs. Doris Brandeen and Mrs. tle St. Proceeds will aid perish Texaco Station, 11020 Bothell April 26, parish center. Cards, Pearl Bried are chairmen of building fund. Way N.E. Charge is $1. Pat followed by dessert, mothers of second grade pu- Our Lady of 'the Lake--Plant Espedal is chairman. Proceeds pile, social hour hostesses, sale, 10 a.m. to'4 p.m. Satur- will aid needy and dependent Chehalis Dominican Mothers Club -- day, April 18, parish school- children of the Archdiocese of Meeting, 2 p.m. Sunday, April yard, 35th Ave. NE and NE Seattle. Knights of Columbus- Ch 19, Rosary Heights. Members 89th St. Plants, flowers and halls Council will sponsor its should bring articles for "White shrubs. Free coffee. Seattle Catholic Nurses -- C l e r g y D i n n e r at 7 p.m. Elephant" auction. Our Lady of the Lake Parish Meeting following Benediction Th u r s da y, April 23, in St. -- Holy Family Guild of Altar at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 20, Helena Hotel. Admission will III Society will sponsor annual Province H o s p i t a I Nurses' be $2.50 per plate, according spring bridge luncheon Tuesday, Home. The Rev. John Corrigan, to Edward Raschkow, fraternal April 21, s c h o o I auditorium. S. $., professor of economics activities chairman. Luncheon will be s e r v e d at at S e a t t I e University, will noon, cards following. Mrs. speak on communism. James O'Hearne and Mrs. Walt- O|ympJa er Lodwig Jr. are co-chairmen. Tocomo Catholic Daughters of Ameri- Friends and neighbors are in- Court Tacoma, C a t h o ! i c ca -- Annual Mother-Daughter. vited. For reservations, call Daughters of America -- Pot- Communion breakfast, after 8 Mrs. Louis Kinerk (LA 2-6324). luck supper and social, 6:30 a.m. Mass Sunday, May 3, The Queen Institute, Young La- p.m. Monday, April 20, Visita- Hill Hans, 1075 Capitol Way. dies Institute--Formal meeting lion parish hall. Each member $1.50 for mothers, 85 cents for and initiation honoring Miss asked to bring own service and daughters. Reservations should Ann Moschetto, district deputy, donation for supper. Mrs. Earl be made with Madge Panowicz 7:45 p.m. Thursday, April 23, Libbey, chairman. All Catholic or Teresa Reed. American Legion Hall, 620 Uni- Daughters welcome. t Foodless Food Sale now under Immaculate Parish-- A dem- versify St. Mrs. Ray J. Moffat is chairman. Holy Cress Mothers Club -- way. Members should make do- onstration of the flute.recorder nations to Mrs. Pearl Darken- will be given by pupils at the St. John Parlsh -- Mothers Spring Festival of Foods, 6 wold, 623 S. Fir, before the Parent.Teacher Club meeting, Club meeting, 7:45 p.m. Wed- p.m. Wednesday, April 22, May meeting. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, in nesday, April 22, Egan Hall. school auditorium. Complete the school auditorium. T h e Election of officers. Mothers of "Friday" meal and patio reci- Oblates of St. Benedict -- demonstrators will be assisted second grade students will be pea will be prepared by pro- Meeting, 4 p.m. Sunday, April by fifth and sixth grade plan- hostesses, with Mrs. John fessional h o m e economists. Fletcher in charge and Mrs. Tickets are $1. Mrs. Raymond 19, St. Martin's Abbey. Novices ists and singers. Wilkins and Mrs. Charles Pear- will be invested. Contact Dir- The Immaculate High School Walter Heckel, assisting, son are co-chairmen. ector of Oblates in advance, choral group will give a con- cert at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April British Ecumenist Oblates of St. Benedict -- 22, also in the auditorium. Se- To Lecture at SU Meeting, 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Pert Angelms lections will include folk songs The Rev. Bernard Looming, April 19, Visitation Church. k Oblates of St. Benedict -- and religious hymns. S.J., noted British Catholic Pierce County Chapter of Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oblates of St. Benedict -- authority on ecumenical ques- Catholic Nurses -- Meeting, 8 April 19, Queen of A n g e 1 s Meeting, 3 p.m. Sunday, April tions will speak at 8 p.m. Men- p.m. Thursday, April 23, St. Church. 19, Assumption Church. day, April 20, in Seattle Uni- Joseph Hospital Nurses' Home. , versity's Piggott Auditorium. Nurses from St. Francis Cab- Father Leeming is professor rini Parish will be hostesses. of dogmatic theology at Hey- Dr. J a m e s McNerthney will throp College in England and speak on "Medical Morals." a consultant to the Secretariat Senior students of St. Joseph's GRIFFIN for Promoting Christian Unity and Tacoma General Hospitals at the Second Vatican Council have been invited to attend. II GALBRAITH FUEL COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST.. TACOMA [ 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4.9409 1 MA 7-3151 I LARGECK IN TACOMA I HOME HEATING SPECIALISTS NEW AND USED APPLIANCES Mark Dolliver, Pres. Taomll St. George Fraternity, Third Order oI St. Francis--Meeting, Sunday, April 19, St. Patrick Church. Council members only meet- ing, 1:30 p.m., church hall; novice meeting in school and chapter meeting in hall, both at 2:30 p.m.; choir meeting in church, 3:30 p.m., with Rev. Angelo Cardoza, O.F.M., offi- ciating. Renewal of profession and indulgenced blessing. St. Rita Parish--Ladies of St. Francis Sodality will meet, 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 22. Elec- tion of officers. Social hour hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Bertucci and Mrs, Louis Bis- ceglia. Fr. Prouty To Assist At C.D.A. Convention FATHER PROUTY The Rev. Andrew Prouty, pastor of St. John of the Woods Parish, Tacoma, and Washing- ton State chaplain of the Cath- olic Daughters of America, will .give the invocation at the opemng session of the bien- nial C.D.A. State Convention next weekend. The convention, scheduled April 24, 25 and 26, at the Sor- rento Hotel in Seattle, will be- gin Friday with registration and a board meeting. Father Prouty will give the invocation for the 6 p.m. dinner that eve- ning in the hotel's Fireside Room. 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For tickets, call Floyd Schumaker (SH 6.3206). (Photo cot=rtcsy of Bellevue Ameria'n) Father teahy Sacred Heart StudentS:;' Sings Requ,em Win in Poster Contest For Brother Christine Callow, daughter of , A solemn high requiem Mass was offered at St. Anne Church Saturday, April 11, for Edwin J. Leahy, 65, of 308 Crockett St., who died April 9. The Roy. A. L. Leahy, pastor of Christ the King Parish, was celebrant of the Mass for his brother. Mr. Leahy, born in Quebec, Canada, came to Seattle in 1933. He was a service-station proprietor and served in the Army during World War I. He was a graduate of Washington State University and Gonzaga University. Survivors, in addition to Fa- ther Leahy, include Mr. Lea- hy's wife, Margaret; a son, Daniel, Seattle; a daughter, Sister Daniel Maureen. S.NJ.- M., of Holy Name Convent, Spokane; his mother, Mrs. Vina Leahy, Seatle; another brother, Superior Court Judge Lawrence Leahy, Wenatchee; and a sis- ter, Mrs. George Knauss, Los Nietos, Calif. 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Sister Mary AnneUa has made use of the method for a number of years. The program will be re-eels- cast at 7:30 a.m, Thursday, April 23. Requiem Sung At Spanaway For L. D. Boyle A solemn requiem high MasJ was offered Tuesday, April 14, at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church, Sapanaway,' for Llew. eUyn D. Boyle, 68, who died Friday, April I0. The Marne was offered by Mr. Boyle'l son. Rev. Stanton W. Boyle of the St. Matthew Church, Seat- tle. Burial was at Calvary Ceme- tery. under the direction of the TueU Funeral Home. Mr. Boyle, owner Of:e Tacoma family law flrm of Boyle, Boyle and Boe, .Was born in Tacoma and !peat all his life there, praethilng law for 38 years. During World War I, he served in , the Army, His memberships include the Pierce Coun.ty and Washington State Bar Associations, St. Vin- cent de Paul and Holy Name Societies, and the Tacoma Council Knights of Colnmlms. Survivors, in addition to Father Boyle, include Mr. Boyle's wife, Monde, of the family home on Spanaway Lake; six other sons, Paul, Joseph and Ray, all of Sparta. way; Yohn, Kent; L. Donald, Mountain View, Calif.,. and Richard, Bellevue; three sis- ters, Mrs. John RitticR and Mrs, William Welsh, both of Tacoma, and a twin sister, Mrs. Henry Conger, Sacra. monte, Calif.; 27 grandchil. dren. IIII I EVERETT NAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for all of your dry cleaning and skirt laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS g SHIRT SERVICE AL, 9-6116 Grand & W, II