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Tomorrow 12fh $iemion Child Baptized St. Bernadette's Gets Ready for Carnival AMONG THOSE getting ready for St. Bernadette's fifth annual three-day Carnival vember 21-23 are, from left, Mrs. Owen Bull, interguild chairman; Rev. Thomas Mc- nis, pastor; Robert Fedor, booth construction chairman, and Ken Buswell, publicity and p motion chairman. The carnival, in the school auditorium at S.W. 128th St. and Ambaum Blvd., will feature a variety of booths. Food will be served and admission is free. Doors will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight Thursday and Friday and noon to midnight Saturday. A costume party, open to all ages, is planned for Saturday evening, with a prize at midnight for the best costume. At SU Edward Vincent Sie- the Siemion household: four The fifth annual Fantasy Fair sponsored by the Associ- ation for Catholic Childhood, will be from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. tomorrow, Nov. 16, in the Seattle University student union building. Proceeds from the all-day af- fair will benefit needy and de- pendent children cared for by the Archdiocese of Seattle. Tickets are available at the door for the fair, which will have a "Winter Wonderland" theme. Gift items, white elephants, Christmas decorations and baked goods will be among items on sale. Games are planned and "Dumbo," a fall- length movie, will. begin at 12:30 p. m. for children. Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. George Norton are chairmen, assisted by the Margaret Abel Circle. Among those helping are the Mesdames Raul Ken- nedy and William Halleran, decorations; Ralph Zech and John Givins, special projects; Gordon Hemsing and Joseph Holleman, publicity; John Bruno and Robert Moody, din- ner chairmen; A. M. Schafer, dinner reservations; Ralph Brink, dining room, and Jo- seph Michael, kitchen. boys ought to be able to hold their own against even eight sisters. The boys' "quartet" includes, besides the new baby, Michael, 12; Stephen, 10, and Martin, 7. In the girls' "double quartet" are Maureen, 18; Valeria, 15; Patricia, 14; Barbara, 13; Mar- garet Mary, 9; Mary, 4; Yvonne, 2, and Anne, 18 months. The two oldest girls attend Sammamish High School. Pa- tricia is at Highland Junior High, and five others attend St. Louise grade school. "That leaves four at home," Mrs. Sie- mion said. She agreed that having older girls in the family is a help. "They are quite good housekeepers," she said. "We didn't need an outside house- keeper while I was in the hospital with the last four children, f ram Mary on down." The three oldest girls also help in the family's grocery store and attend the parish CCD classes. In addition, Maureen is sec- retary of the Candy Stripers, teen-age volunteers, at Over- lake Hospital. Michael, the 12-year-old, is studying to be an altar boy. "We keep the Mass card prop- pad up in the kitchen," Mrs. Siemion said. The family came to the Northwest from California in July, 1982. Mr. Siemion is a native of Washington State, having been born in Ellens- mion should be well sup- plied w i t h playmates. That's because Edward Vin- cent, who is almost smaller than his name and who was born September 28, is the 12th child born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Siemion of 111-154th Place N.E. in Bellevue. The Infant was' baptized No- vember 8 by Rev. Howard La- velle, pastor of St. Louise Par- ish, Bellevue, in place of the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seat- tle, who is in Rome. Archbishop Connolly inaugu- rated the custom of personally baptizing the 12th child in Catholic families of the Arch- diocese in 1956. The Siemion baby would have been number 64 if the Archbishop had been here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webster were the baby's godparents. Little Edward Vincent did his part to even things up at Catholic U. Has Record Enrollment WASHINGTON (NC) -- The Catholic University of America here has reported a record enrollment of 5,500 students as registration for the new school year nears its end. Registered are 3,800 full-time students, 1,700 part-time, a four-and-a- half per cent increase over last year's enrollment. 'Never A Dull Moment' Activity Motto Seattle Marylhurst College Alumnae-- Fireside to entertain prospec. tive Marylhurst students, 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24, home of Mrs. Robert L. Johnson, 1825 N.W. Blue Ridge Drive. Mary Kay Dyckman, 1963 graduate, will comment on slides of campus and college life. Oblates of St. Benedict--Meet- ing, 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, Assumption Church. Order of Martha -- Meeting 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, home of Mrs. Mary Snyder, 108 Garfield St. Our Lady of Guadahpe Par- ish-Richard Corrigan of 5623 36th Ave. S.W., has been elected president of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, according to Rev. Richard Stohr, pastor. Mr. Cor- rigan is the father of six chil- dren. Other new officers are Mark Fisk, vice president, and Willis Partridge, secretary-treasurer. St. Edward Parish--Annual fall Italian dinner, begins at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24, parish hall, 4220 S. Meade St. Frank Office is chef. Tickets, $3.50, all reserved, may be obtained from John DiJulio (PA 2-4002 or MA 3-7600), Agnes Zirkel (PA 3-1419), Agnes Inman (PA 5-0977), Dick Sullivan (Pa 2- 0534) or Eddie Edwards (PA 2- 4050). St. Ann Parish -- Parents' Night, sponsored by the Moth- ers Club. Open house, 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21, at the s c h o o 1. Meeting at 8 p.m., school hall, First Ave. W. and Lee St. Bob Boyd, Seattle Uni- versity basketball coach, will be guest speaker. Entertain- ment by The Omegas, S.U. singing g r o u p. Mothers of Seattle fourth and eighth grade stu- dents will be hostesses for the coffee hour following. Our Lady of the Lake Parish --Annual bazaar, today and to- morrow, Nov. 15-16, school auditorium, 35th Ave. N.E. and N.E. 89th St. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Special children's event this afternoon. Booths, food, games. Queen Institute, YLI -- Semi- annual holy hour, 8 p.m. Thurs- day, Nov. 21, the Lady Chapel, St. Cathedral, conducted by Rev. John Mitchell, chaplain. Mrs. Loren Crosby is chair- man. St. Alphonsus Parish--Altar Society monthly business meet- ing, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, Church meeting room. The Mesdames John Nelson, Eugene Macetlari, A n n a Melander, Charles Tobin, Mary Prestek, Ann Miller and H. A. Highland are hostesses. St. Benedict Parish--Mothers Club meeting, 7:45 p.m. Thurs- day. Nov. 21, school auditor- ium. Mrs. Theresa Bauer, a member of the parish, will show movies taken during a recent tour of religious shrines in Europe. Also, a pantry shower will be given for the Sisters at St. Benedict's Con- vent. Mothers of seventh grade students are hostesses, headed by Mrs. Billie Ragsdale and Mrs. Vivian Black. St. Louise Parish -- Dance, 8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Nov. 23, parish hall. Hot buffet served a f t e r midnight. Live music. Mrs. William Michael Jr. is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Philip A. Hardwick and Mrs. Michael R. Donovan. Tickets available by calling Mrs. Donovan, SH 6-0875. Tacoma CourtTaeoma, Catholic Daughters of America -- Hot luncheon, noon, Monday, Nov. 18, Ozanam Home. The Mes- dames S tan 1 e y Raczkowski, Gordon Wingard and George Christnacht are chairmen. Sis- ters of Providence, who staff the home, will conduct a tour of the building for guests. St. Leo Parish -- Bazaar, to- day and tomorrow, Nov. 15-16, Tacoma school gymnasium. D i n n e r served 4: 30-7:30 p.m. Saturday in school cafeteria. Tickets: $1.50, 75 cents. Booths, prizes, games. Mr. Francis Browne is general chairman. Oblates of St. Benedict--Meet- ing, 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, Visitation Church. Sacred Heart Parish--Mothers Club sponsored annual Day of Recollection, Wednesday, Nov. 20, conducted by Rev. Francis Coony, C.SS.R., of the Palisades Retreat House. Call Mrs. John Higgins (GA 4-2440) or Mrs. Dean Pitsch (MA7-5558) for reservations and information. Donation of $I will i n c I u d luncheon. St. Martin's Mothers Club-- Meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, Visitation parish hall. Mrs. Fred Eckroth will preside. The Rev. William Moat, O.S.B., of St. Martin's, will speak on "Changes in the Liturgy." St. Patrick Parish--Mothers Club luncheon and program, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, (instead of Thursday) church auditorium. Students from first, second and third grades will demonstrate the Seeing Through Arithmetic Program. Mothers of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students will be luncheon hostesses and Mrs. D o n a I d Young will preside. Babysitting available at nursery for nomi- nal fee. Parish annual turkey night of games, $ p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, Aquinas Academy auditorium, Tacoma sponsored by the Mothers Club. Mrs. Cyril Galagan and Mrs. Jack Sleavin are chairmen. Proceeds go for school needs. Third Order of St. Francis, St. George Fraternity--Meeting, Sunday, Nov. 17, St. Patrick Church hall. Council meeting, 1:30 p.m., church hall. Postu- lant and novice classes, 2:30 in school. Professed m e m b e r s meet at 2:30 p.m., church hall, for group discussions of the "Map of Life." Short chapter meeting at 3:39 p.m., followed by film on "Life of St. Fran- cis." Choir meeting 4 p.m., Rev. Angelo Cardoza, O.F.M., officiating. Recitation of Fran- ciscan Office and Benediction. burg and raised in Tacoma. The Siemions met in San Diego, where he was stationed with the Navy and Mrs. Sie- Christmas Cards To Carry Message By Bishop Sheen NEW YORK (NC)--A collec- tion of "miniature essays" on the spiritual significance of Christmas written by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen will appear on its Christmas cards this year, a spokesman for Hallmark Cards said here. The royalties earned by the Auxiliary Bishop of New York, said the announcement, will be donated to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, which the Bishop directs in the United States, and to other charities. WEEK-END SPECIAL!00[J At Your Favorite...  Regular or Liver BET'S DOG FOOD Tinsl"lb" 13,0,'1 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15-16 ch00# h00down/,-- I to I S12 Broadway E. EA. 4-4410 Bellevue Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica, Court St. Gerard--Business meeting, 8 p.m. Wednesday, ri 20, Sacred Heart rectory erence r o o m, Bellevue. W. A. Schaefer, chairman, will present the Share the Faith program. Bremerton Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish--Parents Club meeting, 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, parish Olympia Oblates of St. Benedict--Meet- ing, 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, St. Martin's Abbey. Port Angeles Oblates of St. Benedict--Meet- ing, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, Queen of Angels Church. Puyallup Saints Parish -- Annual bazaar; Friday and Saturday evenings, Nov. 22-23, school auditorium. Mrs. Stanley Mich- aIek is general chairman, assisted by the Mesdames H. Esterbrook, Edwin Olson, D. Spriggs, Laurie LeBlanc and Earl Tanner. Men of the par- ,c htryeaded by Mr. A. J. eldt, will handle the store." Seattle Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of Catholic Nurses--Mass for de- ceased members, 6 p.m. Mon- day, Nov. 18, Providence Hos- pital Chapel, offered by Roy. en Szeman, chaplain. Din- 11 follow in the nurses' nge. For dinner reservations, call Mrs. Rosella Flanagan (LA 2-2068) or Mrs. Irene Let- bert (EA 2-8911). Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club -- Meeting 8 p.m. Tues- day, Nov. 19, c h u r c h ball. Fashion show will follow busi- ness meeting. Members will el. Mrs. William Fallen and J. W. Howell are chair- of the mothers of the sixth grade class, hostesses. Carmelita Institute, Y.L.I.-- Potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Wed- nesday, Nov. 22, Holy Family School, honoring prospective members. Mrs. Gerda Jacobsen is president. Meeting and initiation at 8 , followed by a social hour. e institute serves Catholic en in the South Seattle, W e s t Seattle and suburban areas. The charter will remain open until November 20 allow- WITH NUMBER 12, Edward Vincent Siemion, are Ray. Howard Lavelle, left, and the baby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Siemion. mion was taking nurse's train- --' ing. They were married Feb-  ruary 24, 1946, and lived in Los Angeles. Mr. Siemion is used to Dain from family of nine ehil- Love dren, all of whom live in the Puget Sound area (Bremer-Thi " ton, Seattle and Tacoma). n95 His mother, Mrs. Frances Siemion, now makes her For J]h[ home in Chehalis. Mrs. Stem ion, however, had Her only one brother. Her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Sheets, lives in Los Angeles. Yq And what does Mrs. Siemion = think of raising 12 children? "We love them all," she said. coRsm unotml st,,V "We probably have learned 4ss2 UMIYEIITY WAY more from them already than starrLt S Mr. 2.0311 they'll ever learn from us!" ...--A'-v [ III LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. OFFERS YOU A "WORRY-PROOF" HEATING SERVICE WHICH INCLUDES: @ AUTOMATIC DELIVERY Regular Inspection OIL BURNER SERVICE Insurance Plan" OIL TANK INSURANCE Against Replaonment BUDGET TERMS It's all yours [or a telephone call-- PHONE TODAYI LA. 3.4500 LAURELHURST FUEL 01L o. Front J. Metier Front A. Moder, Jr. Stephen M. Mader 3200 NE 4Sth LA 3-4S00 I ing those initiated that night to be charter members. For information, call Mrs. Jacob- son (WE 5-0636), Mrs. Mary M o n s e n (CH 4-2292), Mrs. .7 Lou Prather (WE 5-2273) rs. Anna 5o Denton (CH 367). Catholic Alumni Club--Sixth annual Anniversary Ball, tomor- row, Nov. 16, East Room of the Washington Athletic Club. Cock- tail party at 7 p.m. will precede the dinner-dance. Former mem- bers are invited to attend. The Club, a national organiza- n n of single Catholic graduates private and public colleges d universities, meets first and third Thursday evenings of the month at the W.A.C. Monly breakfasts at the Tennis Club. Chareso Club -- Annual open house, 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, Colonial Manor, 704 Blan- chard St. Reservations may be made with Miss Patricia King i E 2-8933), Miss Mary Rak- chan (GL 4.6589), Vern Carter (LA 2-4365) or Joseph Moushey Jr. (F.X 2-6107). Jubilee Club -- Dance, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, Ballard VFW Hall, 2812 N.W. Market St. Music by A1 Pepin. Mrs. Jack Jones, chairman. / / Many people save valuable time and energy paying bils from a checking account with Pacific NationaL It solves the problem of running around town when you drop your check into the maiL Your cash is protected and your canceled checks provide you with a handy legal receipt. A low-cast"utility" account or a "reg. trio.r" account will serve your needs. 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