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Lady of Fatima Guilds Sets Fair ADMIRING GIFTS for Our Lady of Fatima parish guilds holiday handi.craft fair and tea to be held Wednesday, Nov. 11 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the school hall, 3301 W. Dravus, are I to r Mrs. R. P. Guimont, Mrs Philip Jordon and Mrs. Edwin Cloud, chairman. The public is invited by the chair- man and her assistants, including Mesdames F. N. Hoover, R. P. Guimont, John Burns, Leo J. Hackinen, C. J. Ochs, D. J. LaVelle, Werner P. Hanni, Vern Johnson, Donald Behling, P. S. Kellogg, Maurice Schafer and Gordon Doug- las. Legion Approves &apos;My Fair Lady' NEW YORK (NC)--The mov- ie "My Fair Lady," produced by Warner Bros., through its "extraordinary beauty" w o n the recommendation of the Na- tional Legion of Decency "to motion picture audiences of every age." e ,Tle legion stated: Because of its extraordinary beauty this film version of a modern classic is recommended to motion picture audiences of Msgr. Etteldorf In Mission Post VATICAN CITY (NC)--Msgr. Raymond P. Etteldorf, former editor of the newspaper of the archdiocese of Dubuque, who has been a Vatican official for the past 13 years, has been ap- pointed secretary general of the Pontifical Society for the Propagation of the Faith. The 53-year-old Iowa priest was named to succeed Arch- bishop Leone Nigris, who died on September 21. It is through to be warmly commended for bringing to the public a work of such outstanding entertain- ment, which is at the same time high cinematic art." every age. Its producers are the office of the secretary gen- eral that funds collected throughout the Catholic world for missionary work are fun- neled for distribution to the missions. St. Leo's Mothers Club Set Activities TACOMA--The faculty of St. Leo Grade School will be hon- ored guests at the meeting of the Mothers Club slated Friday, Nov. 13, at 7:45 p.m. in the school auditorium. The meeting will also be at" tended by the "dads" who are also guests. The CYO grade school talent show will be given and Dr. Joseph D. McNally will speak on "Preventive Dentis- try." $ $ $ The grade school mothers will serve a pancake and ham breakfast Sunday, Nov. 8, in the school cafeteria after the 8 and 9:15 a.m. Masses. Mrs. Mitchell Mullan is the chair- man assisted" by Mesdames Leo Ehreth, Edwin L a r s e n, George Thomashoski, Anthony Lovrovich and Seth Hall. Date Change For Tacoma CCD Classes TACOMA -- Confraternity of Christian Doctrine classes at Sacred Heart Parish will begin Wednesday, Nov. 11, rather than the day previously an- nounced. The classes include Methods of Teaching Religion, elemen- tary grades; Methods of Teach- ing Religion, junior and senior high school and Catholic Doc- trine for Catechists. IQ WHAT'S 100% BETTER AND NOW COSTS UP TO 25% LESS? A ELECTRIC HEAT! I you llve in the City Light service area, it will now vest you up to 25% less to have dectric heat in your home. Think of it: clean, safe, flameless dec,rio heat in your own home for even less than the cost of an old- ashioned furnace. If you'd like full information on the new types of electric heating equipment  call or write for City Light's free Electric Heating folder Seattle City Light, 1015 3rd Avenue, MA 3-7600. NEXT QUESTION: What are you waiting for? News the time to switch to electric heatl ewc, SEATTLE CITY LIGHT Margery MacKay In 'Faust' Cast Margery MacKay, Chicago Lyric 0 p era mezzo-soprano will be featured in the role of Siebel in the illustrious cast of "Faust" to be presented by the Seattle Opera Association No- vember 19 and 21, at the Se- attle Opera House. Well known as a Columbia Records artist, Miss MacKay was formerly a leading mezzo- soprano of the New York City (Center) Opera, Cosmopolitan Opera of San Francisco, and winner of the Regional Metro- " poll,an Opera Auditions. Others in the cast of "Faust" for the Seattle production in- clude Thomas Hayward, Metro- politan Opera tenor; William Wilde,mann, Metropolitan Op- era basso;, Dorothy Waren- skjold, San Francisco Opera soprano; and Nolan Van Way, Nuremberg (Germany) Opera baritone. Glynn Ross is general director and Emerson Buckley will be guest conductor. Workshop For Coed Students Set Seattle University will be host to the first fall workshop for coed leaders fr0m the 16 colleges, universities, and junior c611eges in Western Washing- ton tomorrow, Nov. 7. Approximately 150 delegates, representing the Associated Women Students' organizations on their own campuses, will discuss problems pertinent to women students in general and the AWS functions in particu- lar. The general theme of the workshop is "A.W.S.--Why?" LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. II II OFFERS YOU A WORRY-PROOF HEATING SERVICE ' . WHICH INCLUDES: AUTOMATIC DELIVERY I Regular Inspection OIL BURNER SERVICE Insurance Plan OIL TANK INSURANCE Against Replacement BUnOET XER00S:., It's all yours ]or Mattresses rode ,o O,d. r , . end Rebudt. Yotw Cotton Mat. tress Spring Filled. 'I|ASY CRIDIT" Free Pick Up and Delivery SEATTLE BETTER BEDDING AT. 2-1433 714 Taylor Ave. ' (If no amwer..-<all Blmer Carlson, PA. 3-4069) ALUMINUM Fridey, Nov.. 6, 1964 THE PP-,OGP, ESS--9 Tacoma Holy Rosary Sets Bazaar, Dinner HARVEST DINNER and bazaar at Holy Rosary parish, Tacoma Saturday, Nov. 14, is anticipated by front row from left, Mrs. Vernon J. Frett, chairman, Mrs. Frank A. Thompson, Mothers Club president; and back row, Mrs. Florence Howard, assistant chairman and Vernon J. Fret,, chef. Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 8 p.m. and the bazaar will continue until 10:30 p.m., in the parish hall. Chef Frett will be assisted by Frank A. Tompson and members of the Mothers Club. St. Leo High School students will serve. Kirkland Parish Plans Party FAMILY FUN is in store for Morns, Dads and Teens who attend Kirkland's Holy Family parish card party Friday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. in the church hall, according to Mrs. J. C. Eckmann, left, and Mrs: George Waham, members of the Altar Society, sponsors of the event Tickets are $1.00 and may be reserved by calling Mrs. Waham, VA 2-8103. 'My Fair Lady' To Benefit March of Dimes A showing of "My Fair Lady" at the Music Box Thea- tre will be sponsored by Thrift- way Stores Sunday, Nov. 22 with benefits going to the March of Dimes. Stephen 3. Hall, chairman of the local chapter of the Nation- al Foundation, said, "This spe- cial event will be a wonderful way ,to start off the Thanksgiv- ing week--you will see the ar's top entertainment and at the same time help those less fortunate." Tickets for both the matinee at 2 p.m. and the evening per- formance at 7:30 will sell for $5.00: , 'For further information call MAin 4.1373 or mail orders specifying the performance de- sired' along with a check and self-addressed, s t a m p e d en- velope to The March of Dimes, 225 Securities Bldg., Seattle 98101 by Sunday, November 15. Winslow Parish Marks Fifteenth Anniversary WINSLOW -- A public reeep. tion and open house to com. memorate the 15th anniversary of the founding of St. Cecilia Parish on Bainbridge Island will be held this Sunday, Nov. 8, it was announced by Frank Drebick, general chairman. The Rev. Alfred Mathenski is pastor. The parish church and hall will be open from 2 to 6 p.m. and Islanders of all faiths are invited to drop in. Refresh. ments will be served and ex- planatory visits of the church will be available during the afternoon for those interested. The parish was dedicated in November, 1949, by the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly and has experienc- ed substantial growth in the last deoade. "This is a pleasing oceas- ion for us," Father lVlathen- ski said, " and we are invit. ing our island neighbors and friends to drop in for a visit It won't be anything formal or fancy, just a little neigh. berly get-together, but we ex- pect several hundreds to Share it with us." Serving on the general com- mittee with Drebick are the Mesdames Ed Weaver; Elmer Warner, Edward Ulloa and C. L. Englund with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lundberg and Paul Sakai. George Town and Fred Quis. torf are co-chairmen of the church tours committee and heading the reception commit- tee will be Mrs. Bjarne Ove, Mrs. A. J. Lemieux and Mr. and Mrs. John Berry. Mrs. S. R. Piggott will supervise re- freshments and Mrs. E. T. Loverich decorations. St, Teresa Luncheon Nov. 12 ST. TERESA Mothers planning the salad luncheon and fashion show Thursday, Nov. 12at 12 noon in the school auditorium include from left, Mrs. L. H. Tarte, co-chairman, Mrs. P. L. Domres, reservations, and Mrs. Jacques Chappell, general chairman. Mrs. A. J. Mullally is also co-chairman. Tickets, $1.25 may be reserved by calling Mrs. Domres, EA. 4-4952. HN Men Wood Golden Day Honored HearPlea ' B.,i..,: Bank Liss Mr. and Mrs Stephen For Lay Action Intelligence, enthusiasm and love are the vital ingredients required if we are to succeed in helping Christ complete His mission, Rev. Armand Nigro, S.J., said at the quarterly meet- ing of the Visitation District of the Archdiocesan Holy Name Union, held Sunday at Our Lady of The Lake Parish. Father Nigro, professor of philosophy at Seattle Universi- ty, emphasized t.hat today "peo- ple see Christ only. in us and that it is literally true for Him to say, "I have no hands but yours." He told the men there is an urgent need for them to imple- ment liturgical changes, pro- mote ecumenism -- Christ-like "bringing together," develop their ability to instruct non- Catholics, and in politics to pro- ote dignity, dimension and depth as opposed to disrespect. i I VIEW RIDGE PHARMACY IlIB=l LA 4-1800 "Free Delivery" Ray |ecker & Abe Kollach Cosmetics - Drugs - Sundries 7501 3Sth N.E. COMBINATION, Promoions PHIL LLOYD GLOCK SNIDER Robert B. Klima, Our Lady of the Lake Parish, and Lloyd G. Snide,, St. Luke's Parish, have' been advanced to assist- ant Vice presidents of North West B a n k; and Phil Glock, St. Benedict's Parish, named a s s i stant cashier, an- nounced bank president Seiners H. White o f Sacred H ea rt Parish. Klima, native of Edgeley, N. ROBERT D.. is a U ni- KLIMA versity of Washington graduate andre- sides at 8234-43rd N.E. with his wife, Dolores and five chil- dren, Christine, 8, Jeff, 6, Steve, 5, Darcy, 3, and Stacy, I. He is manager of the bank's data processing depaitm6nt. Snide,, native of Claresholm, Alberta, has attended the O of W, Gonzaga University, Bos- ton College and S. Edward's Seminary. He resides with his wife, 'Donna 3o3,; and three Wood who will celebrate their golden wedding an- niversary November 7 with Mass celebrated by their priest son, Rev. John 3. Wood, S.J., at St. John Church, are the parents of four children in religion and a doctor son. Besides Father John Wood the family includes Rev. Fran- cis P. Wood, S. J, Seattle Uni- versity Engineering depart- ment, Sister Stephen Marie, Mawknoll Missionary of St. Louis University, Br other James Wood, S.J., Bellarmine High School, Tacoma and Ste- phen J. Wood Jr., M.D., Seattle, all of whom will attend the golden anniversary, as will Mr. and Mrs. Wood's four grand- children. After Mass "and renewal of the marriage vows a reception for Mr. and Mrs. Wood will be held at Bellarmine Hall, Seattle University. Mrs. Wood's four brothers and two sisters will be' present for the celebration, including Mrs, Frank Watson, Sacred Heart parish, Bellevue, who was bridesmaid for her sister in 1914. John Wood who was his brother's best man is now liv- ing in Liverpool, England. In 1906 Catherine Kelly came to Seattle with her parents and City EmploYee WinsAward :Fred K. McGee, Seattle City Council legislative assistant for 55 years, has been given the Outstanding City Employees Award. MR AND MRS WOOD, JU.BILARIANS four younger.brothers and sis. ters from Dun La0ghaire , Dub- lin, Ireland. Stephen 3. Wood came to Se- attle from Liverpool, England' in 1912. He was a shipwright, retiring from the Black Ball Ferries and Washington State Ferries in 1956. They were married at St Anne Church and two years University Offers Judaic Studies DAYTON, Ohio (NC) --The University of Dayton will offer several courses in Judiac stud- ies in January, according to Rev. Raymond Roesch , S.M., later moved to St. John parish. The senior Woods were ac- tive in the building of St. John's church under Bishop O*Dea. Mr. and Mrs. Wood are mem- bers of church organizations in- chding the Sanctuary Society, Xavier Club, Seattle University Guild and the Holy Name So- ciety. Symphony Gets i Japan's Famed i Philharmonic i Japan Philharmonic Orches" , tra will appear in Seattle's Op. era House, November 16 at 8:30 a telephone call-- SCREEN DOOR LA. 314500 ;/ eavy ons ruc e "H C t td " " " " Complete A HEATING with Hardware " COMPLETE SERVICE- * Door Closure Included 26" Grilles, s4 with Door ] " }, as low as 40 Cents Lineal Foot George Gagner, 676 FroaiA Mo,,::af, d M;;'e:rhenM Al.m!TnUpms, WinudOoW .00sGlass Co. 3200, NE 45th LA 3-4500 children, Christopher, 6, Ste- The monthly award was pre- phen, 5, and Kevin, 4, at 2105 .... N 148th St "'e is man er of sented by the Seattle Industrial .ri a the bank's instalment  o a n Council awards committee. department. McGee lives with his wife at Glock, native of Portland, is 1709 39th Ave. in St, Teresa's a graduate of the U of W and Parish. He has a stepson, Dr. resides at 6811 Woodlawn Ave .......... x,ooert 11eoequlst, Iormer oas- He will serve as assistant man .......... getoau prayer ann zresnman ager of the bank's expanded m" - coach at Seattle UnlversR" " y and stalment credit department, now practicing in Spokane. V tUVt V V V Ut U U V J V VtU U U 'Lf=] " P IES RELIGIOUS SUP L I A Religious Gift Means More ' St. JoSeph's Catholic Gift Shop . . GL 4-0584 216 106th PLACE N.E. BELLEVUE president The credit course, taught, by Jewish scholars, will include the history of Israel, a-biblical view of history and 3ewi.;h lit. erature. They will be taught by Dr, Ellis Rivkin and Dr. Ezra Spicehandier of: Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati. "In the light of currently im- proving Christian.Jewish rela- tions and the amelioration of intergroup work, it is .felt that the program should do much to cement good intergroup and interfaith relations," F a t h e r Roesch said. Council" Reports Airned At Moslems JOLO, The Philippines (NC) --The largely Moslem rehders of the Sulu Star are getting weekly reports on the Second Vatican Council firsthand from Bishop Francis J. McSorley, Akeo Watanaba is direc- p.m. tor. Toshiya Eto, the violin solo- ist, is well-known for his suc- cesses here having already ap- ! peared with leading symphonic ensembles as well as in recital from coast-to-coast. A pupil of ' Efrem Zimbalist, Mr. Ere is Japan's most heralded violinist. " Already on tour in the United States the reviews on the or- chestra have been excellent. ' ! The program includes such , well-known selections as Mo- zart's Symphony No. 32, Tscbai- i kowsky's Violin Concerto and Dvorak's Symphony No. 5. One Japanese addition to the pro- 4 tt gram is Koyama's Kobiki-utu (Japanese Woodcutter's Song . and Variations) and promises  to be one of the high-lights of the evening. Tickets are available at the Seattle Symphony Box Office, 508 Orpheum Building, and the Boa Marche. @ /