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Page Two " _ i CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, April 18, 1947 i MARYLHURST SINGERS 120 Children To Make IN GONGERT AT / First Communion At H N A HERE SUNDAY/ 0ur Lady 0f Lake Twenty children of Our Lady of the Lake Parish will make Marylhurst College T r e b 1 e their First Hbly Communion at Triad and soloists will appear in the 9 o'clock lVass on Sunday, concert ,xt Holy Names Academy, April 20. 21st N. and E: Aloha St., at 3:00 Ladies of the Altar Society will NEW Y,L,I, INSTITUTE TO BEOBGANIZE. HERE ON APRIL 26 A new Institute of the Young Ladies Institute will be organized on Saturday, April 26, at 8 p. m. at the Knights of Clumbus Hall. All Catholic women interested in . m., Sunday, April 20. The chorus of 40 young women will be heard in numbers by Pal- estrina, Brahms, and Rachnani- noff. Of special interest will be the rendition of original compo- sitions by Jean Margaret Sharp and Margaret Mary O'Donnell. beth seniors majoring in music at the college. Vocal soloists will include Mar- 'garet Mary O'Donnell, Dolores Zaremba, Elaine O'Brien and ]Barbara Flaherty. Other musi- cians appearing will be Vernita Little, "violinist and Jean Mar- garet Sharp, pianist. The concert is under sponsor- ship of the Seattle unit of Maryl- burst College Alumnae. They cordially invite all to attend. "There will be no admission fee. Card Party Tonight At St, PeterParish Ldies of the Altar-Society of St. Peter Parish will sponsor a card party at 8 o'clock this Fri- day evening in the parish hall. .. Games will be bridge, whist and pinochle. Mrs. Charles King, chairman, will be assisted by Mesdames J. P. Conley, John Donatelli, Lee Sabel, John Abrams, Forte and Ferrari. serve breakfast to the children in learning about this organization the par':sn hall. are asked to meet on Wednesday, - I April 23, at 8 p. m. in the Vene- M,-vL-n,dl Ch,lr titan Room, Second Floor of the' ..,,--..j .... -,....,,,.,v,., J Gowman Hotel. This will be the lrllt] .h|tV 'l|Hh |last meeting for the purpose of aa ,..,j v**-, ]making final arrangements. Pl hidhi Te installation team ill be a adao a-a,LavaLa-.Olheade d by the Grand President, Miss Lorraine Jones of San Fran- An active program is planned by the Maryknoll Choir and Study Club officers Thursday evening. They are: Thomas Sasaki, presi- dent; Josephine Yoshino, secre- tary; Clayton Petri, treasurer; Tsutomu Saito, social chairman; cisco. The committee in charge of the organization includes Mes- dames Harry Storlie, Harry Ash- more, Helena Smith and the Miss- es Virginia Scanzon, Patricia An- derson, Kathleen Dougherty, Mar- garet Gorman and Lola Moran. i Helene Tosaya, hostess. J The movie, "Story of the Vati-, | O. 11 f11 11 cn" was presented'by this group tlol.l. 00may ,IUD on Friday last. The or,anization I I II-  ,] A" numbering twenty members of t ,.eets,,,onuay t I various races purposes to learn . / ! I || more about the faith and to an- . aunaermna name swer questions asked by non- ' Catholics pertaining to their "re-I . St.. Teresa Study Club of.Queen ligious beliefs, l.,s,uLe, Y. L. I., will meet at Lawrence Linnane To Give Recital Monday LaTence Linnane, tenor soloist atSt. Joseph church, will give a complimentary l:ecital at 8:15 p.m. Monday, April 21, at the Woman's University Club, Sixth and Spring. Maxine Harrison Garlich, soprano, also a pupil of Helen Harrison, will be heard with Mr. Linnane. S. C. Students To Give 8 p. m. on Monday, April 21, at the home of Mrs. "Mary Sunder- iand, 903 9th Ave. Mrs. D. F. Flynn will report on church his- tory. Mrs. Emmett H. Carroll will We the book report and Mrs. James Wilson will give current events. Mrs. Charles L. Wartelle, chair- man of the Convention Fund, re- ques that all financial returns be made to her at 1509 18th North not later than-Saturday, April 26. The 1,200 members of the Pacific Northwest will wel- J Annual Ceremony LUCKY SEAM00 N IS Sunday For Oblates KING FOR A E00AY. of st. Benedict Oblates of St. Benedict wi!l meet at 4 p. m. on Sunday, April 20, in Asumptlon Church. The annual recepuon of obla- tion and inves,titure of new mem- bers by the at. Roy. Raphael Heider, O. S. B.. Abbott of St. Martin, will be held aL this meet- ing. LLOYD VeEEKS. merchant seaman from Osage, Minnesota. and his queen, Bernice Borbeck, member of the Stella Maris League, pre- sided over colorful activities at the Catholic Seamen's Club, Friday and Sunday. W'eeks, a storekeeper on the USAT James O'Hara, held the lucky number in the drawing for "King For A Day" at the formal dance on Friday, April 11. Bernard Carpenter of lVIinneapolis and Jack LeMoine of Moxee other w'inners, were named regents. The key. Arthur Flajole, S.J., plaed the crown upon the head of the king, who chose Bernice Borbeck as his queen. With the regents and their ladies, the King and Queen then led the grand march. Gowman Hotel Extends Hospitality Sunda.y's activities began with luncheon at the Gowman Hotel, with the royal party of 20 as guests of the hotel. The royal pair were entertained at a movie in the afternoon, and a dinner was served in the Club .by the Senior Hostesses with Mrs. R. C. Schank in charge of arrangements. A program of entertainment and dancing followed. BishopComes Home For Rest After 42 v. ;ars In African lissions Mrs. Anna Brady Gives Interesting Lecture To Students Mrs. Anna Brady, well-known lecturer and co-founder of the Pro Deo Catholic Information Center I in the United States. gave an in-i teresting lecture on Friday last to ! the students of Holy Angels High', School. [ Mrs Brady outlined briefly the  hstory of the Pro Deo Informa-t tion Service and pointed ut the l importance of this type of Catho-i lie action in furthering the work of i the Church both in our own coun- I try and in othcr parts of the world. The question and discussion pc-I riod which followed the lecture l met with enthusiastic response from the girls. St. Alphonsus Parish Social This Evening Ladies of the Altar Society of St. Alphonsus Parish will sponsor a card party and social at 8 o'clock C. A. DONAHUE "YOUR HOME FINDER" 22nd Avenue North On a street of fine family homes, this is a home that you w-ill ahvays come back to, feeling lucky to be its omer! There is a living room large enough for uncluttered living, a banquet-sized dining room and a nice kitchen. Upstairs are 4 large bedrooms with large closets. Double llumbing of course. There are 2 rooms on the 3rd floor for storing ittle used things or they could serve as maid's quarters. Full base- merit and oil hot water heat. See this house beore it is someone ekse's home. C. A. Donahue REALTOR 405 15th North PIt* 2030 BON'S CAFE BREAKFAST - LUNCHES DINNERS ,, and odd hour snacks Hours 8 a. m/to 2 a m. DELICIOUS STEAKS, CHICKEN HAMBURGERS 314 Broadway N. cA. 0250 C00YSTAL RTAI LEANERS ORTAINS - DRAPERIES io Covers - Fine Linens Bedspreads - Slipcovers Celaaese Washed or Dry Cleaned Handled With Greatest Care SPEEDY SERVICE ME. 7207 1427 N. 45th GIBSON CARPET CO. Rug and Carpet Cleaning Satisfaction Assured New Floor Coverings Furniture, Crosley Radios Refrigerators and Washing Machines 1119-21 RAINIER AVE. PRospect 8400 Recital, Saturday Four eattle College piano stu- dents will be featured in a recital at 2:30 p. m. on Saturday, April 19, in the auditorium of Provi- come 5,000 other members in July. The committee is headed by Miss Virginia Scanzon of Seattle, and I Miss Marie Brunner of Tacoma. ] Mrs. Tim McCarthy, Mrs.] I Harry B. Davis and Mrs. Harry] I Storlie represented the Institute] dence Nurses" Home: They are: at the W'e,tern-Southern Deaner-jMONTREAL.--After almost 42 ance of thce who later came to Rosario Anderson, Betty Rag- ies D C C W- meeting in Tacoma I' years of missionary work in help him, there are 28,000 Christ- sad, Patricia Millay and M a r y on Tuesday : the heart of Africa, Bishop Oscar ]inns. The weather there is diffi- Rose Stuckey ..... " T Ashmore -rest-Morin, W. F., Vicar Apostolic of I cult. The temperature in th day- -- de:trs:Yen "Institute 'd a lavrongo, Africa, is back home ]time rises to 110 degrees and at ^..." . rm ,n.,  for a well-earned, two-year rest. t night rarely descends below 90 Holy Rosary Mothers m ....... " .................. r- . . um" rpresenea" - the Institute It was on orders of his doetors ldegrees. There are six months o't To Hold Paper Drive ' ember of the hostess that he came back to Canada. ]torrential rains, and then six and xx'r a m I " enm3Pt,e at the annual Sprin Born in Montreal, 68 years ago, i months of dryness. The country Holy Rosary High School moth- Tea-'iastMonday. - . - he entered the White Fathers of]is very poor, Bishop Morin Bays. ers' Club will hold a paper drive Keen interest is displayed by Africa in 190 !, studied i n Algeria IThere s no railway and during the on Thursday, Fr:day, ,Saturday Queen Institute members in their and was ordained at Carthage in I rainy season the roads are for and Sunday, April 24-27. Maga- part as hostesses every Sunday 1905, the fot/rth Canadian to en-lthe most part not passable. , zdm ht at ter the White Father of Arlca ,zines and papers should be tied from 10 o clock to m" "g '  "" "l -- and taken to the school auditor- the Catholic Seamen's Chub. In 1905 he was charged with the  . , . ium on those days. Sympathy of members is ex- establishmen of a mission %t Na- Requiem/hOSS I-Or Holy Rosary Mothers" Club To Sponsor Party Holy Rosary High School Moth- rs' Club will sponsor a card party tonight, (F r i d a y) in the school auditorium. Ticke may be had br calling Mrs. George Titus, WE. 3814. Young Peoples Club To Receive At Assumption The Young Peoples Club of As- sumption Parish will receive Holy Communion at the 8:15 Mass on SUnday and will hold a breakfast meeting later in the parish hall. Mrs. John G. Steinle and Daughters Visiting "Here Mrs. John G. Steinle and her two daughters, .Susan Attix and Elizabeth Katherine, are visiting i here this month wit h Mrs. Steinle's mother, Mrs. Joseph D. Sinnott of St. Joseph Parish. They will join Mr. Stcinle in Washing- ' ton, D. C., abbut the first of May. Mr. Steinle, a '34 graduate of O'Dea High, is attorney for the new public health bill. He re- cently received his master's de- gree in public administration from Syracuse University, N. Y. He re- ceived his law degree at City College, St. Louis, and was super- intendent of the St. Louis City Hospital for three and a half years before going into the army, where he served for 18 months. He is the son of &rs. George Pryor of St. James Cathedral Parish. I i ....... ' Repairing Cold Storage Designing Cleaning Ren/odeling FRANK KRELLMAN Expert Furrier LET US RESTYLE YOUR FULLS Phone SEneca 0149 4008 Ar(ale Bldg., Seattle The Imperial Quality Laundry East Columbia at 13th Avenue CApitol 1200 Se00tt,e 22, Washington EAst 2800 HOME CLEANING WALLS, WOODWORK and CEIUNGS--Washed or Dry Cleaned. FIA3ORS--Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. WINDOWS--Cleaned inside and out. UPHOLSTERY & RUGS---Cleaned right in your own home. WEST SIDE INTERIOR HOME CLEANING SERVICE 5003 - 50th S.W. Free Estimates Phone WEst 7215 tended to the family of Miss yarD, where he remained for 10 Mrs. W. R. Jam|son Theresa Till, a charter member years. of Queen Institute, who died afte After an absence of 21 years, he ! Mrs. Margaret Ja.mison, who a long illne on April 4. RosarY lreturne d to Canada in 1926 for died at her home, Monday, was e at the famfl home a e rea was recitd " Y ,!- r t t, and in that year was buried, Wednesday, from St. 1521 Harvard Ave. chosen as first Prefect Apostolic of Navrongo. He came back to Franchini Baby Baptized Canada again in 1933 and wh:le here was named Vicar Apostolic taby Steve Kaye Franchini, son 6f Mrs. Kathleer Ann Franchini, of Navrongo.-He wa consecrated lvho died ten m:nues before he ,by Archbishop Georges Gauthier was born in the Renton Hospital at Montreal on April 17, 1934. Ion March 1, was baptized on There was not one Christian Easter Sunday in the Church of in the 40,000 cluare miles of ter- l the Ianmaculate. The key. Alex- ritory assigned to him as a young / ruder Frankoviz officiated and misSiOnary. Today, l a r g ely godparents are Mr. and Mrs. A1- through his zeal and the assist- bert Robbins. Mrs. Robbins is it he sister of Mrs. Franchini. The baby was named after his uncle, PFC Steve Sepotz who was killed in action on Okinawa on Easter Sunday, 1945, and aye after his mother. Mrs, Mary Se- potz, 1428 21st Ave., grandmother of the baby and mother of Mrs. Franchini, is caring for the child. Gdorge Church, where requiem Mass was offered for repose.of her .soul. Mrs. Jamison had lived in Se- attle for 57 years and was born in Manistee, :Mich. She is survived by her husband, William R. Jamison; three sisters, Mrs. :Maude BYaekwell, Portland Ore.; ..-V[rs. Arthur Morey, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. :hi. S. Booth of Seattle. St. Patrick Parish Children to Receive St. Patrick Parish children will receive Holy Communion at the 9 o'clock Mass on Sunday, April 20. Other Masses are at 8, 16 and 11 o'clock. SWEENEY & DILLON 917 Arctic Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE UNIVERSITY FISH CO. HALIBUT, SALMON, COLUMBIA RIVER SMELT CRABS and CRAB MEAT Complete Line Of Sea Foods 4707 U[fiversity Way (0pp. Wiisonian) KE. 5700 In Response to Popular Demand We Will Resume Staying State of Washington for the County of King'--In l:bate" l[i'i Open Sun, lays In the Matter of the Estate of Elmira desmer, deceased.--No. 101313. -- No- of  ' From 12 Noon to 9 P.M. tiee to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate Elmira Jesmer, deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Joseph Jesmer or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. First publication April 11, 1947. JOSEPH JESMER, Executor of said Estate. Address: 917 Arctic Building, Seattle. Wash. SW'EENEY and DILLON, Attorneys for Estate, 917 Arctic Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publication, April 25, 1947. DALTON, EDDLEMAN and TAYLOR 809 Seaboard Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King Coun- ty.--In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Sigrid Norby, deceased.--No. 1010.--Notiee to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that he un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administratrix of the es- tate of Sigrid Norby, deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Aasne Rorvik or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred lirst publication April 4, 1947. SIGRID NORBY, Administratrix of said Estate Address 1107 E. Denny, Seat- tle, Wash. DALTON, EDDLEMAN and TAYLOR, Attorneys for Estate, 809 Seaboard Bldg., Seattle. Wash. Final publication, April 18, 1947. - UNIVERSITY STORE ONLY Week 9 Days: A.. Till 9 P.M. Dolores Jerome - Fine Candi00,s 454! University Way ME, 0292 PAINTING, DECORATING & caeca HANGING COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL FLOORS REFINISHED - CARPENTER SERVICE FREE EST]01ATES ERNEST H. JOHNSON 4902 Phinney Ave. Res. Phone ME. 4124 this Friday evening in the school lunchroom. Mrs. J. L. McGreal is chairman of arrangements. There will be a meeting of the Society at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday, April 22, in the school. To Gladden Homes Providence ,Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the following births: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bullock, , a girl, born April 8. Mr. and Mrs. ,Richard Paulatte, a boy, born April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 5lore!to, a girb born April 9. Mr. and Mrs. James Tompkins, a boy, born April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thissen, a boy, born April 9. i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Donncll. a girl, born April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy. a boy, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Teal, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Sota, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Sherril Cline, a girl, born April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert McDonald,  a girl, born April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGitvray. a boy, born April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Erickon. a girl, born April 14. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman ChapmaL a boy, born April 14. Mr. and Mrs. "Walter MtGovern. a girl, born April 14. Columbus Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the fo]h)wing hirlhs: Mr. and-bit's. IEarl Heindcl, boy, born April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Benson, girl, born April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shur.ki, a boy, born April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .1. ?,'iller, a girl, born April 10. [ Mr. and .Mr.. Fred iians'!n, a boy, born April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Don Farll, a girl, born April ]l. Mr. and Mrs. Elson L,mhans. a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stoddard, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Palmer. a girl, born April 12 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson, a girl, born April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Malc,'lrn An(h'r- son. a girl, born April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Maslatt, a girl, born April 13. Mr. and [rs. Frank Cal, lficlt,,. a girl, born April 14. PADDEN & MORIARTY 1212 American Bldg. Seattle , Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OT" THE State of Washington fr Kinq Coun- ty.--In Probate In the matter of the Estate of Myrtle E. Carrington, deceased.--No. 99115.- Notice of Private Sale of Real Fate. Notice of private sale of real etate is hereby given and in compliance wilh the order of the court entered in the above entitled cause, the undcisined administrator wilt on the 2th day r)f April, 1947, call the following described property, situated in the Comly of King, State of Washineten. lo-wit: South 22 feet of Lot Two '2) and the North half of Lot Three 3, Block Three (3). McLauhiin's Mad- rona Hill Addition to tie City ,f Seattle, %Vashinton. aecordin tn lat recorded in Volume 12, at pa'e 29 of Plats of the records of King County, Washington at private sale at 1212 American Build- ing, Seattle, Washington. All bids for said property mut be in writing and addressed to the undersimed admlns- trator and delivered to hirn or his a'- torneys at the above address, or fflcd with the clerk of the above entitled court before noon on the 28th day of I April. 1.947. The bids shall specify the! i terms of the offcr. and none will be l lconsidered where the cier i less than[ ]ninety per cent of the appraised value i [of said real estate. [R. R. LANDER, Administrator. [ PADDEN & MORIARTY. Attorneys for [ Administrator. First pttl)lieatio; Ap:'ii II. 1947. Final publicali(m April 18, 1947. TOM MIRANTE YOU CAN CUT YOUR F00D COSTS AT MIIgANTE'S Sunny Jim Marmalade--2 Ibs, ........ 47c Miracle Whip--I Ib ................. 4c Golden Syrup--I Vz Ibs, ............. 29c Waffle Syrup--IVz Ibs, ............ 32c Pure Peach Preserves---f lb, .......... 39 Cherey a'nd Plum Preservesl Ib, ..... 34c Best Foods Mayonnaise--I lb, .. ..... 49c Diced Beets---No, 2 ................. 12c Seaport Canned Tomatoes--No, 2 ..... 2c Libby's Mixed etables--I Ib, ....... 17c Iewmrk Corn Beef Hash--No, 2 ...... 31 c Tapioca Pudding for ............. 29.c Sw-et Pickles--I pint, 8 ozs, ........ 52c. 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F'IRST CLASS CLEANING PRESSl NG - ALTERATIONS And All Kinds of Repairing Call GArfield 0867 3-Day Serviee.--Pick-Up and Delivery--No Drop In t f Page Two " _ i CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, April 18, 1947 i MARYLHURST SINGERS 120 Children To Make IN GONGERT AT / First Communion At H N A HERE SUNDAY/ 0ur Lady 0f Lake Twenty children of Our Lady of the Lake Parish will make Marylhurst College T r e b 1 e their First Hbly Communion at Triad and soloists will appear in the 9 o'clock lVass on Sunday, concert ,xt Holy Names Academy, April 20. 21st N. and E: Aloha St., at 3:00 Ladies of the Altar Society will NEW Y,L,I, INSTITUTE TO BEOBGANIZE. HERE ON APRIL 26 A new Institute of the Young Ladies Institute will be organized on Saturday, April 26, at 8 p. m. at the Knights of Clumbus Hall. All Catholic women interested in . m., Sunday, April 20. The chorus of 40 young women will be heard in numbers by Pal- estrina, Brahms, and Rachnani- noff. Of special interest will be the rendition of original compo- sitions by Jean Margaret Sharp and Margaret Mary O'Donnell. beth seniors majoring in music at the college. Vocal soloists will include Mar- 'garet Mary O'Donnell, Dolores Zaremba, Elaine O'Brien and ]Barbara Flaherty. Other musi- cians appearing will be Vernita Little, "violinist and Jean Mar- garet Sharp, pianist. The concert is under sponsor- ship of the Seattle unit of Maryl- burst College Alumnae. They cordially invite all to attend. "There will be no admission fee. Card Party Tonight At St, PeterParish Ldies of the Altar-Society of St. Peter Parish will sponsor a card party at 8 o'clock this Fri- day evening in the parish hall. .. Games will be bridge, whist and pinochle. Mrs. Charles King, chairman, will be assisted by Mesdames J. P. Conley, John Donatelli, Lee Sabel, John Abrams, Forte and Ferrari. serve breakfast to the children in learning about this organization the par':sn hall. are asked to meet on Wednesday, - I April 23, at 8 p. m. in the Vene- M,-vL-n,dl Ch,lr titan Room, Second Floor of the' ..,,--..j .... -,....,,,.,v,., J Gowman Hotel. This will be the lrllt] .h|tV 'l|Hh |last meeting for the purpose of aa ,..,j v**-, ]making final arrangements. Pl hidhi Te installation team ill be a adao a-a,LavaLa-.Olheade d by the Grand President, Miss Lorraine Jones of San Fran- An active program is planned by the Maryknoll Choir and Study Club officers Thursday evening. They are: Thomas Sasaki, presi- dent; Josephine Yoshino, secre- tary; Clayton Petri, treasurer; Tsutomu Saito, social chairman; cisco. The committee in charge of the organization includes Mes- dames Harry Storlie, Harry Ash- more, Helena Smith and the Miss- es Virginia Scanzon, Patricia An- derson, Kathleen Dougherty, Mar- garet Gorman and Lola Moran. i Helene Tosaya, hostess. J The movie, "Story of the Vati-, | O. 11 f11 11 cn" was presented'by this group tlol.l. 00may ,IUD on Friday last. The or,anization I I II-  ,] A" numbering twenty members of t ,.eets,,,onuay t I various races purposes to learn . / ! I || more about the faith and to an- . aunaermna name swer questions asked by non- ' Catholics pertaining to their "re-I . St.. Teresa Study Club of.Queen ligious beliefs, l.,s,uLe, Y. L. I., will meet at Lawrence Linnane To Give Recital Monday LaTence Linnane, tenor soloist atSt. Joseph church, will give a complimentary l:ecital at 8:15 p.m. Monday, April 21, at the Woman's University Club, Sixth and Spring. Maxine Harrison Garlich, soprano, also a pupil of Helen Harrison, will be heard with Mr. Linnane. S. C. Students To Give 8 p. m. on Monday, April 21, at the home of Mrs. "Mary Sunder- iand, 903 9th Ave. Mrs. D. F. Flynn will report on church his- tory. Mrs. Emmett H. Carroll will We the book report and Mrs. James Wilson will give current events. Mrs. Charles L. Wartelle, chair- man of the Convention Fund, re- ques that all financial returns be made to her at 1509 18th North not later than-Saturday, April 26. The 1,200 members of the Pacific Northwest will wel- J Annual Ceremony LUCKY SEAM00 N IS Sunday For Oblates KING FOR A E00AY. of st. Benedict Oblates of St. Benedict wi!l meet at 4 p. m. on Sunday, April 20, in Asumptlon Church. The annual recepuon of obla- tion and inves,titure of new mem- bers by the at. Roy. Raphael Heider, O. S. B.. Abbott of St. Martin, will be held aL this meet- ing. LLOYD VeEEKS. merchant seaman from Osage, Minnesota. and his queen, Bernice Borbeck, member of the Stella Maris League, pre- sided over colorful activities at the Catholic Seamen's Club, Friday and Sunday. W'eeks, a storekeeper on the USAT James O'Hara, held the lucky number in the drawing for "King For A Day" at the formal dance on Friday, April 11. Bernard Carpenter of lVIinneapolis and Jack LeMoine of Moxee other w'inners, were named regents. The key. Arthur Flajole, S.J., plaed the crown upon the head of the king, who chose Bernice Borbeck as his queen. With the regents and their ladies, the King and Queen then led the grand march. Gowman Hotel Extends Hospitality Sunda.y's activities began with luncheon at the Gowman Hotel, with the royal party of 20 as guests of the hotel. The royal pair were entertained at a movie in the afternoon, and a dinner was served in the Club .by the Senior Hostesses with Mrs. R. C. Schank in charge of arrangements. A program of entertainment and dancing followed. BishopComes Home For Rest After 42 v. ;ars In African lissions Mrs. Anna Brady Gives Interesting Lecture To Students Mrs. Anna Brady, well-known lecturer and co-founder of the Pro Deo Catholic Information Center I in the United States. gave an in-i teresting lecture on Friday last to ! the students of Holy Angels High', School. [ Mrs Brady outlined briefly the  hstory of the Pro Deo Informa-t tion Service and pointed ut the l importance of this type of Catho-i lie action in furthering the work of i the Church both in our own coun- I try and in othcr parts of the world. The question and discussion pc-I riod which followed the lecture l met with enthusiastic response from the girls. St. Alphonsus Parish Social This Evening Ladies of the Altar Society of St. Alphonsus Parish will sponsor a card party and social at 8 o'clock C. A. DONAHUE "YOUR HOME FINDER" 22nd Avenue North On a street of fine family homes, this is a home that you w-ill ahvays come back to, feeling lucky to be its omer! There is a living room large enough for uncluttered living, a banquet-sized dining room and a nice kitchen. Upstairs are 4 large bedrooms with large closets. Double llumbing of course. There are 2 rooms on the 3rd floor for storing ittle used things or they could serve as maid's quarters. Full base- merit and oil hot water heat. See this house beore it is someone ekse's home. C. A. Donahue REALTOR 405 15th North PIt* 2030 BON'S CAFE BREAKFAST - LUNCHES DINNERS ,, and odd hour snacks Hours 8 a. m/to 2 a m. DELICIOUS STEAKS, CHICKEN HAMBURGERS 314 Broadway N. cA. 0250 C00YSTAL RTAI LEANERS ORTAINS - DRAPERIES io Covers - Fine Linens Bedspreads - Slipcovers Celaaese Washed or Dry Cleaned Handled With Greatest Care SPEEDY SERVICE ME. 7207 1427 N. 45th GIBSON CARPET CO. Rug and Carpet Cleaning Satisfaction Assured New Floor Coverings Furniture, Crosley Radios Refrigerators and Washing Machines 1119-21 RAINIER AVE. PRospect 8400 Recital, Saturday Four eattle College piano stu- dents will be featured in a recital at 2:30 p. m. on Saturday, April 19, in the auditorium of Provi- come 5,000 other members in July. The committee is headed by Miss Virginia Scanzon of Seattle, and I Miss Marie Brunner of Tacoma. ] Mrs. Tim McCarthy, Mrs.] I Harry B. Davis and Mrs. Harry] I Storlie represented the Institute] dence Nurses" Home: They are: at the W'e,tern-Southern Deaner-jMONTREAL.--After almost 42 ance of thce who later came to Rosario Anderson, Betty Rag- ies D C C W- meeting in Tacoma I' years of missionary work in help him, there are 28,000 Christ- sad, Patricia Millay and M a r y on Tuesday : the heart of Africa, Bishop Oscar ]inns. The weather there is diffi- Rose Stuckey ..... " T Ashmore -rest-Morin, W. F., Vicar Apostolic of I cult. The temperature in th day- -- de:trs:Yen "Institute 'd a lavrongo, Africa, is back home ]time rises to 110 degrees and at ^..." . rm ,n.,  for a well-earned, two-year rest. t night rarely descends below 90 Holy Rosary Mothers m ....... " .................. r- . . um" rpresenea" - the Institute It was on orders of his doetors ldegrees. There are six months o't To Hold Paper Drive ' ember of the hostess that he came back to Canada. ]torrential rains, and then six and xx'r a m I " enm3Pt,e at the annual Sprin Born in Montreal, 68 years ago, i months of dryness. The country Holy Rosary High School moth- Tea-'iastMonday. - . - he entered the White Fathers of]is very poor, Bishop Morin Bays. ers' Club will hold a paper drive Keen interest is displayed by Africa in 190 !, studied i n Algeria IThere s no railway and during the on Thursday, Fr:day, ,Saturday Queen Institute members in their and was ordained at Carthage in I rainy season the roads are for and Sunday, April 24-27. Maga- part as hostesses every Sunday 1905, the fot/rth Canadian to en-lthe most part not passable. , zdm ht at ter the White Father of Arlca ,zines and papers should be tied from 10 o clock to m" "g '  "" "l -- and taken to the school auditor- the Catholic Seamen's Chub. In 1905 he was charged with the  . , . ium on those days. Sympathy of members is ex- establishmen of a mission %t Na- Requiem/hOSS I-Or Holy Rosary Mothers" Club To Sponsor Party Holy Rosary High School Moth- rs' Club will sponsor a card party tonight, (F r i d a y) in the school auditorium. Ticke may be had br calling Mrs. George Titus, WE. 3814. Young Peoples Club To Receive At Assumption The Young Peoples Club of As- sumption Parish will receive Holy Communion at the 8:15 Mass on SUnday and will hold a breakfast meeting later in the parish hall. Mrs. John G. Steinle and Daughters Visiting "Here Mrs. John G. Steinle and her two daughters, .Susan Attix and Elizabeth Katherine, are visiting i here this month wit h Mrs. Steinle's mother, Mrs. Joseph D. Sinnott of St. Joseph Parish. They will join Mr. Stcinle in Washing- ' ton, D. C., abbut the first of May. Mr. Steinle, a '34 graduate of O'Dea High, is attorney for the new public health bill. He re- cently received his master's de- gree in public administration from Syracuse University, N. Y. He re- ceived his law degree at City College, St. Louis, and was super- intendent of the St. Louis City Hospital for three and a half years before going into the army, where he served for 18 months. He is the son of &rs. George Pryor of St. James Cathedral Parish. I i ....... 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RosarY lreturne d to Canada in 1926 for died at her home, Monday, was e at the famfl home a e rea was recitd " Y ,!- r t t, and in that year was buried, Wednesday, from St. 1521 Harvard Ave. chosen as first Prefect Apostolic of Navrongo. He came back to Franchini Baby Baptized Canada again in 1933 and wh:le here was named Vicar Apostolic taby Steve Kaye Franchini, son 6f Mrs. Kathleer Ann Franchini, of Navrongo.-He wa consecrated lvho died ten m:nues before he ,by Archbishop Georges Gauthier was born in the Renton Hospital at Montreal on April 17, 1934. Ion March 1, was baptized on There was not one Christian Easter Sunday in the Church of in the 40,000 cluare miles of ter- l the Ianmaculate. The key. Alex- ritory assigned to him as a young / ruder Frankoviz officiated and misSiOnary. Today, l a r g ely godparents are Mr. and Mrs. A1- through his zeal and the assist- bert Robbins. Mrs. Robbins is it he sister of Mrs. Franchini. The baby was named after his uncle, PFC Steve Sepotz who was killed in action on Okinawa on Easter Sunday, 1945, and aye after his mother. Mrs, Mary Se- potz, 1428 21st Ave., grandmother of the baby and mother of Mrs. Franchini, is caring for the child. Gdorge Church, where requiem Mass was offered for repose.of her .soul. Mrs. Jamison had lived in Se- attle for 57 years and was born in Manistee, :Mich. She is survived by her husband, William R. Jamison; three sisters, Mrs. :Maude BYaekwell, Portland Ore.; ..-V[rs. Arthur Morey, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. :hi. S. Booth of Seattle. St. Patrick Parish Children to Receive St. Patrick Parish children will receive Holy Communion at the 9 o'clock Mass on Sunday, April 20. Other Masses are at 8, 16 and 11 o'clock. SWEENEY & DILLON 917 Arctic Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE UNIVERSITY FISH CO. HALIBUT, SALMON, COLUMBIA RIVER SMELT CRABS and CRAB MEAT Complete Line Of Sea Foods 4707 U[fiversity Way (0pp. Wiisonian) KE. 5700 In Response to Popular Demand We Will Resume Staying State of Washington for the County of King'--In l:bate" l[i'i Open Sun, lays In the Matter of the Estate of Elmira desmer, deceased.--No. 101313. -- No- of  ' From 12 Noon to 9 P.M. tiee to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate Elmira Jesmer, deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Joseph Jesmer or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. First publication April 11, 1947. JOSEPH JESMER, Executor of said Estate. Address: 917 Arctic Building, Seattle. Wash. SW'EENEY and DILLON, Attorneys for Estate, 917 Arctic Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publication, April 25, 1947. DALTON, EDDLEMAN and TAYLOR 809 Seaboard Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King Coun- ty.--In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Sigrid Norby, deceased.--No. 1010.--Notiee to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that he un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administratrix of the es- tate of Sigrid Norby, deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Aasne Rorvik or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred lirst publication April 4, 1947. SIGRID NORBY, Administratrix of said Estate Address 1107 E. Denny, Seat- tle, Wash. DALTON, EDDLEMAN and TAYLOR, Attorneys for Estate, 809 Seaboard Bldg., Seattle. Wash. Final publication, April 18, 1947. - UNIVERSITY STORE ONLY Week 9 Days: A.. Till 9 P.M. Dolores Jerome - Fine Candi00,s 454! University Way ME, 0292 PAINTING, DECORATING & caeca HANGING COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL FLOORS REFINISHED - CARPENTER SERVICE FREE EST]01ATES ERNEST H. JOHNSON 4902 Phinney Ave. Res. Phone ME. 4124 this Friday evening in the school lunchroom. Mrs. J. L. McGreal is chairman of arrangements. There will be a meeting of the Society at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday, April 22, in the school. To Gladden Homes Providence ,Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the following births: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bullock, , a girl, born April 8. Mr. and Mrs. ,Richard Paulatte, a boy, born April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 5lore!to, a girb born April 9. Mr. and Mrs. James Tompkins, a boy, born April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thissen, a boy, born April 9. i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Donncll. a girl, born April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy. a boy, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Teal, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Sota, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Sherril Cline, a girl, born April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert McDonald,  a girl, born April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGitvray. a boy, born April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Erickon. a girl, born April 14. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman ChapmaL a boy, born April 14. Mr. and Mrs. "Walter MtGovern. a girl, born April 14. Columbus Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the fo]h)wing hirlhs: Mr. and-bit's. IEarl Heindcl, boy, born April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Benson, girl, born April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shur.ki, a boy, born April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .1. ?,'iller, a girl, born April 10. [ Mr. and .Mr.. Fred iians'!n, a boy, born April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Don Farll, a girl, born April ]l. Mr. and Mrs. Elson L,mhans. a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stoddard, a girl, born April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Palmer. a girl, born April 12 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson, a girl, born April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Malc,'lrn An(h'r- son. a girl, born April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Maslatt, a girl, born April 13. Mr. and [rs. Frank Cal, lficlt,,. a girl, born April 14. PADDEN & MORIARTY 1212 American Bldg. Seattle , Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OT" THE State of Washington fr Kinq Coun- ty.--In Probate In the matter of the Estate of Myrtle E. Carrington, deceased.--No. 99115.- Notice of Private Sale of Real Fate. Notice of private sale of real etate is hereby given and in compliance wilh the order of the court entered in the above entitled cause, the undcisined administrator wilt on the 2th day r)f April, 1947, call the following described property, situated in the Comly of King, State of Washineten. lo-wit: South 22 feet of Lot Two '2) and the North half of Lot Three 3, Block Three (3). McLauhiin's Mad- rona Hill Addition to tie City ,f Seattle, %Vashinton. aecordin tn lat recorded in Volume 12, at pa'e 29 of Plats of the records of King County, Washington at private sale at 1212 American Build- ing, Seattle, Washington. All bids for said property mut be in writing and addressed to the undersimed admlns- trator and delivered to hirn or his a'- torneys at the above address, or fflcd with the clerk of the above entitled court before noon on the 28th day of I April. 1.947. The bids shall specify the! i terms of the offcr. and none will be l lconsidered where the cier i less than[ ]ninety per cent of the appraised value i [of said real estate. [R. R. LANDER, Administrator. [ PADDEN & MORIARTY. Attorneys for [ Administrator. First pttl)lieatio; Ap:'ii II. 1947. Final publicali(m April 18, 1947. TOM MIRANTE YOU CAN CUT YOUR F00D COSTS AT MIIgANTE'S Sunny Jim Marmalade--2 Ibs, ........ 47c Miracle Whip--I Ib ................. 4c Golden Syrup--I Vz Ibs, ............. 29c Waffle Syrup--IVz Ibs, ............ 32c Pure Peach Preserves---f lb, .......... 39 Cherey a'nd Plum Preservesl Ib, ..... 34c Best Foods Mayonnaise--I lb, .. ..... 49c Diced Beets---No, 2 ................. 12c Seaport Canned Tomatoes--No, 2 ..... 2c Libby's Mixed etables--I Ib, ....... 17c Iewmrk Corn Beef Hash--No, 2 ...... 31 c Tapioca Pudding for ............. 29.c Sw-et Pickles--I pint, 8 ozs, ........ 52c. 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