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For tickets call Mrs. Max Pfitz- nor, TR 8-2917, Classified advertising gets results in The Proffress, Home to ceil, buy or rent? Call MAin 2-80, Extension 11 and solve your problems the easy way. Rummage Sale Slated By St. Margaret's A rummage sale is sehed- uled by the Interbay Guild of St. Margaret Parish Friday and Saturday, April ? and lt at 64th and Roosevelt from g a.m, to 4 p.m. daily. One colleeter'e item. crys- tal inkwell with silver lmb will be included along with a aupply of used clothing far adults and children. New, stuffed felt animals, made by guild members, ll sell at half price. Sale chairman are Mesdames J, E. Mylar, Edwin Lethe and Ralph Amon. ADOPTIVE HOME WANTED Th#r Cn Accept Three SchoI-Aqe Children For furl'her information call the afhel/ Children' Servie MA 3.9065  IIIII l YOU CAN WIN A- o.,o.. R E E Special Mass For Liturgical Study Clubs The annual Mass for mem- bers and friends of the Litur- gical Study Clubs will be of- ferd in Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral, Wednesday, May 2, at 11 a.m. The Rev. William Morris, S.S., of St. Thomas Seminary, will be the celebrant. Luncheon will follow at the Lowell Dining Room, 8th md Spring St., at 12:30 p.m. The program will include an ad- dress by Father Morris on "Liturgy, the Source of Chris- ttan Piety Mrs. Dee Peltzer is chair- man, assisted by Mesdames Lo King, M. Muckeheide, F, M, Kelly, J. Cody, J. C. Curl and Lena Christopher. Reservations may he made by ea!lln Mdmaes King, PA 3. 27[il, W. C, Miller, SU 4,-8571, R. E, Deacy, AL 5-6217; R, A. Thine, LA 4,93, by. April 21}. The President Round Table of the Liturgical Study Clubs recently elected officers. They are Mrs. M. A. Muckerheide. resident, assisted hy Mrs. W. , Miller, Miss Mary Lyms, Mrs, R. A. Thien and Mrs', R. E, Boney, 'iO00.O0 DIAMOND RING BARTLETT er I '175.00 BULOVA ,,,u,., WATCH Baby S!tting $25.95 BULOVA ...,,.. RADIO Service so eo,r,sr-norm, re w,r NOTHING TO UY-- I .r - and FRANK KIEFNER,--JEWELER AT 4.8760 $]2 BROADWAY EA., SEATTLE EA. 4-4410 OR A'r l'h BLKS. WORLD'S FAIR I LEON'S JEWELRY 3OG W, MEEKER, IN KENT Adult supervision. 60 hourly. or Hourly care  9 II mldntte, COCHRAN, JEWELER iSSAQUAH, WAS M. JOHNNE| & HONORA BARTLETT MEMBERS OF INDEPENDENT JEWELERS ASSOCIATION |16 (uem Aeee Ave, No. I WHETHER YOU'RE ,MOVING ACROSS THE STREET OR ACROSS THE NATION I You Can Do It Better With LINCOLN I MOVING AND STORAGE COMPANY 1217 PIKE .ST. 801 HOLGATE EA, 2-1234 MA. 4-0600 Agent far United Van Li.e I Card Party Scheduled BLANCHET MO'IHERS CLUB dessert and card party Is scheduled for Friday, May 4, at 1 p.m. at Blancher, Mrs. Charles R. Partridge (left) and Mrs. George H, Hart pro. pare ceramic has, d-made Dutch shoes filled with flowers. A style show will be presented by girls from the clothing classes. Mothers of freshmen students are hostesses and Mrs. Joseph P. Lavin is chairman. For reservations call Mrs, L. G. Kirkman, LA 2-1740. About Your Organ;zations, Parish Clubs ST, RITA STUDY CLUB meeting Wednesday. May 2, at noon at the home of Mrs. Rolf Soransen, 4138 55th Ave. S.W. AssistingMrs. Sorensen will be Mrs. E.H. Savage. AQUINATA STUDY CLUB meeting Monday, May 7, 1 P.m., in the home of Mrs. E. M. Read, 1511 18th Ave. E. Mrs. H. W. Wyman will give the book review; Mrs. M. E. Emerson, the lesson and Mrs, R. H. Downing, currnt events. EDMOND HOLY ROSARY PARISH Queen of Martyrs Guild meeting Tuesday, May 1 8 p.m., home of Mrs. William Briggs, 22103 951h Place W. HOLY NAMES ACADEMY Parents Club meeting Wednes- day, May 2, 8 p.m. m the school auditorium. Major item of business will be the election of officers for 1962-63. Enter- tainment will be presented by the Cecilians Chorale and re. freshments will be served. THIRD ORDER OF ST. FRANCIS, St. George Frater- nity meeting Sunday, April 29, St. James Cathedral, 2:30 p.m. The Rev. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M.. will give the talk. Chapter meeting at 1:30 in the hall with discussmn leaders meeting at l in the hall. Postu- lants aud novices meet for in- struction at 1:15 in school rooms 1-A and I-B respectively. FRIENDS OF ST. PETER CLAVER meeting, Friday, April 21, 8 p.m., St. Peter Claver Interracial Center hall, 16th and E. Jdferson DaLiel Lefehvre will present new by- laws for adoption. Nominations for officers for the year 19fi2- 1963 will be accepted. Anyone interested in joining call EA 5-4465. Ernest Piro is chair- O'Dea Boosters Announce Big Dance The 10th annual O'Den Boost- er Club dance will he held this Saturday In the Police Athletic Pavilion near S. ll0th and E. Marginal Way just past the Duwamish "Y" o the Kent- Auburn Highway. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m, to the music of Jerry Cloud and his orchestra. There will he a free midnight dinner pre- pared by the French Quarter Restaurant. Henry Berg, general chair- man, inted out last year's tremendous success and sug- gested those planning to attend make reservations at LA 2- 8732. Committee chairmen assist- ing are AI Cantalini, Jack Simpson, Grge Zamberlin Bill Smith, Jim Rlspoli, Lauis Wilcox and ,lorry Clough, Buffet Dinner Slated By Seamen Club The World's Fair will be saluted at the Catholic Sea- men Club annual buffet din- ner, "Galley 21", which will be held at the club Sunday, May 6 from 2 to 7 p,m, "Galley 21" is sportsored hy the Friends of thl! Catholio Sea. men Club. The Club lnald at 2330 1st Avenue ii jtmt a abort dista{tce from the falrgroura!a nd will give fairgocr and others an excellent dinner et moderate price, The buffet is under the chair. manship  Mrs. L. W. Rber- hardt assisled by the talented cookery of Mrs. Germaiaa Oyer. Other eommttte mare, FHd' 27, 1962 TNE PROGRSSS7 St. Martin Mothers Plan Party PLANNING DECORATIONS for the annual St, Martin Mothers Club party May 3 re (left to right) Mrs, Charles Mooney, president; Mrs. Robert Cory, chairman; and Ms, George Zarembinski, in charge of arrangements fo the event scheduled at the Spanish Ball- room of the Olympic Hotel at 1:30 p.m, The Right Roy, Raphael Holder, O.S.B., abbpt of St, Martin's will he an honored guest along with Rev. Marcel Berthon, O.$.g., arid Rev. Arnold Fox, O,S,B, A year's scholarship for one boy at St, Martin Seminary for a year will be presented at the party. Assisting the chairman are Mesdames J, C, J. Martin, J. w. Bergreen, G. W. Lee, C. Lee Wilkinson, John H. Hughes, James McNamara, Era. meat Lcnihan, Eldon Rolling, Fred H, Dare, John F. Sullivan, John Spiller, Frank G, Johnson, W, A. Keener, Harold Egan and Joseph A, Swalwell. (Photo by W, C, Heib Jr.) Three Couples CelebraSe Wedding Anniversaries Albers Mark Silver Jubilee A ve well-known couple in the Pacific Northwest are cele- brating, their 25th wedding an. niversary. The jubilarians are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albert of St. Ben- edict Parish in Seattle. The Alberta were honored when the Most Reverend Thorn. as A, Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, was celebrant of a Mass this Friday morning in St, Benedict's, A reception will be held from 1:0 to 6 p.m, Sunday, April 21}, at. the Alberta' horns, 1902 N. 46th St. Then on May 20, Ray, Hen D' B, Conrad, O,M.I., pastor, will sing a silver juhil high Mass. The couple were married April 27, 1937. in St, Baedict's. Among thoa' present at the Mass today were Louis Pot. t0y, who was best man, and Mrs. Anna Corwin, who was maid  honor 2 years ago, Mrs,-Albert, who hu been active In, Cub Scouting, and St, Bvaedi a and 0 De Methe Clubs, is a native of Boston. Her husband is a native of Oskaloosa, Kas, Mr. Albert, 78, brought the St. Vincent de Pad Society to the Pacific Northwest 42 years ago. A retired U, S, Customs man of the group, bars include, Mrs, C, P, Black, inslctar and active in the Miss Ann 0 Donnell, Mre. Lib Knlghta of Columbus Focrth lion St. John, Mrs. John Degree, Serra Club and Third Pringle, Chick Earhard and R. Order of St. Fraocts, Mr, AI- W. Usher. bert hd bean for 40 year Tickets may be obtained at president of the SVP Partieu. the door anti'reservations may lar Conferanee. be obtained by. calling the dub, During his tenure he helped MU 2-4773. ' to orgarfize the society in the Diocese of Spokane and Arda- '----%% diocese of Portland and mist.  ed .in its establishment in I Japan. ' ,n.;. The ouple hay. one ,on, LOOK YOUR 9EST J iWIl| Ronald Francis Albert, and one OR I -S-P-R/N-G-D'A N c E S' [ V d% grandsn" Anthor grandchild WITH A OUALtTY DRY I GLEANED WARDROBE I Things ]?'" Barn Dance, now I sex so,i., "URrmmnw' j For At St. Anne's 'HMOST/NDRYCL[ANIN| Her DESIGNED FOR YOUR I St. Irene Circle of St. Anne CONy ENIENCE AND DOES I Parish will have an old-fashion- 1 HOUR J 99cc "' Saturday, April 2a, in the school hall at 8 p.m. CORNER BROADWAY & cEleRy I rrs to.,. .o,t Bob Hallopeter will call and 4SS2 UNIVEIII"WA instruct beginners in square seArrl.! B UlI, a,011t dancing. For tickets call Mrs. Frank Waltier, AT 2.2941. L ............ lOth ANNUAL 0'DEA Boosters Dance * University trained audiologist * Oia0n0st/c audi0metry * Hearing aid sales and service SATURDAY, APRIL 28 * Trial period allowed before purchase Albert D, Niebergall NIEBERGALL Z00DZO00 NEARING AID CENTER MU. 2,47]] 70 Olive Way, Seattle 1 POLICE ATHLETIC PAVILION SO. 110TH AND E. MARGINAL WAY KENT-AUBURN HW', NlbkR DUWAMISH "Y" DANCING 9- ? FREE MIDNIGHT SUPPER PREPARED BY "FRENCH QUARTER" FREE DOOR PRIZES & SURPRISES JERRy CLOUD ORCHESTRA , Benefit O Dea Scholar Fund DONATION $6.00 Per Couple Mr. and Mrs, Loudice Ilroussld A couple in St. Teresa Parish will celebrate their 50th wad- ding anniversary S a t u r d , y, April 28, with a Mass and r C......on. nay are Mr. and Mrs. Laud- ice Broussard, 1518 27th Ave. High Mass will be sung at St. Teresa's at 9:30 a.m. Breakfast will follow in the home of a cousin, Mr. ud Mrs. Adam Lee, 1806 27th Ave. A reception for relatives and friends will be held from 7 to 10 p,m, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Watson, 3931 $.W. Monroe St. Both natives d Louisiana, the erple were married in St. Martin's Omrch in St. Martln- ville, Lit., April 4, 191'. 'l%a/ moved to Sea0tle tn 1951. The rsaards haw erie daughter, Mrs. narlm (Mild- red) Gadon  Seattle. Mr. Brsaard, 73, taa former emtodian of . Je time at St. Teresa s. Re is I1 member d the Knights d Co tumbus and the Knights of Sh Peter Claver. Mrs. Brovsard, /, Is a mn - bar of the Lee4 d Mary A iliary and the Knights o $b Peter Clavx Auxiliary. A reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Raffaele Centioli on their 50th wedding anniversary will be held Sunday, May 8, in the Chamber of Commerce guild. ing /or their relatives and close friends, The couple was married April 21. 1912, t, the Church of the Immaculate although their home parish has always been Mount Virgin, At that, time road work hampered Mr. and Mr=. Raffaele CenHoli l, ans for a wedding at .Mount irgin. Mr. Centieli retired in 19M  after weddng 40 years for WMldagtoa Iron Works. He " came to Seattle in 1906 and:: his wife came in 1911b-both from Italy. The emlple has a- daughter, Mrs. Nick Erone  too, two ons, Sam and Gill and nine grandchildren. ., The Coattails are thrilled at the apostolic blessing f POl:m John XXII! obtained for thel Chrough their tar, R. Isu l Rger, s.J. ,. When Yeu wNtL Th b.d   r.,.,, i, their marriage vows at t' --THE B|IW I',peeit r during Hd. I Week, but Mrs. Centioli w Rememhe ram, it had to be canceled. ;! ;, RALPH'S SELKT F00DS / . : We er, not,d for th, exc,lleaee , of our ,el,et gro=,rl** *nd fls* frulh end v,g,t,bl,s-- Cemplete Line ICE-COLD llVlRAGBS ' 2th So. II McClellm ..-.--,, ,- ,,.-,,0 ] LAkeview 4-0666 ": ;;; ........ ' '" ' '  Seattle [ : ....... : ]: