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i V V II-lrlly w bepT. Z4e I'JI|R] )ecuon)--inE rlruuimlm,r Now ;n its lEird year, tee Carroll Club Auxiliary assists the Carroll Club "in the promotion and development" of lee CYO. Auxiliary members, currenHy numbering 25, sponsors fund- rals;ng and service projects with the profits turned over to lee Carroll Club to be redisbursed to the CYO. Present officers {starting from lee rlg ,ht, are Mrs. Stephen J. (Mary) Woodi president from St. Joseph s Parish; Mrs. Patrick A. (Edwina) Wood, president from Our Lady of Fatima; Mrs. Frank (Henny) Kiefner, treasurer from St. Joseph s; and Miss Lola M. Moran, recording secretary from St. Benedict's. Corresponding secretary is Mrs. Charles M. (Lena} Carroll of St. Mary's. Past president is Mrs. Tim (Jean) McCullough of St. Margaret s. The Auxiliary meets four times a year. Dues are $4 annually wlfh membership open to "any practicing Caleollc women or spouse of a practicing Catholic interested in aiding CYO development." Taking a cue from lee past, lEese ladies are working for the future CalEolic citizens. The project, co-sponsored jolnHy by lee Carroll Club ,A, uxiliary and lee St. Edward s Parish Guild, was lee Auto License Tag Sale. The ladies are Ifrom left) Mrs. Lee Sinclair of lee Auxiliary and Mr. Karl Dambacher and Mrs. Leroy Whalen of St. Edward's. And in case you were won- dering, it's a 1902 Holsman Horseless Carriage, courtesy of tee Museum of History and Industry. Came the Auxiliary to give needed 'S woman touch A check for approximately $900 was given to Faleer Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CYO director, by Mrs. Vernon F. (Doroley} Raschko as the Carroll Club Auxillary's initial cortribufion fo lee CYO. The proceeds were realized last year by lee Auxiliary s premiere showing of lee movie, "The Cardinal." Assisting in lee presentation is Carroll Club President Harry Ashmore. The Auxiliary leus far has given some $1,500 to the develop- ment of lee CYO. Checks, checks, check The Carroll Club wishes leere were more of leem +o give to Father Moffat for CYO. One such club presentation had been made by Lee Sinclair when he was club president. Carroll Club conffibufions to the CYO since 1950 now totals $46,739, inclusive of Auxiliary earnings. These monies help further the CYO four-fold program of spiritual, cultural, social and alElefic activities. Monsignor Frederick Stevenson (right), director of lee National Catholic Welfare Conference Youth Department, was honored " at a reception during one of his visits to Seattle in 1962. The national CYO head was greeetod at lee silver service by Mrs. Walter Achesen. Archdiocesan CYO dignitaries included Father Moffat; Wafter Acheson, lEen Carroll Club peeslden and Donald Betz, who was archdiocesan CYO president. Events such as lEese pointed out the need of women, assisting tee Carroll