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, 6--THE PROGRESS ' Friday, Dec. 11, 1964 ENJOYING EVERY minute of the occasion bf the baptism of David William Stephens 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephens, by the Most Rev. Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, recently at St. Paul Church are front row, from left, Peggy, 7, Mark, 6, John, 9, Thomas, 5, Teresa, 10 and Paul, 14; his brothers and sisters; back row, Rev. Joseph Vogel, pastor, St. Paul's; Robert Stephens hold- ing Philip; Mrs. Stephens; the Archbishop; Mrs. Edward O'Neal holding baby David and Edward O'Neal, godpar- ents; Patrick, 12; Ann, 17, and Rev. Thomas Quinn. David William Sfephens Baptized Rev. Joseph Vogel, pastor St. Paul's and Rev. Thomas Quinn, assistant; Sister Gertrude and Sister Eulalia of St. Paul School; Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Neal, the godparents; and all but one of David William's brothers and sisters Big brother, Robert Jr., is studying for the priesthood at Holy Cross Seminary. Notre Dame, Indiana, where he is a 3rd year student. The joys of a big happy fam- ily were increased for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephens recently when their 12th child, David William, was baptized by the Most Rev. Thomas A. Con- nelly, Archbishop of Seattle, at St. Paul's Church. The custom of personally baptizing 12th children of Catholic families in the Arch- diocese was inaugurated by the Archbishop in 1956. many were the ten other Ste- phens children, Peggy, 7, Mark, 6, James, 3, Thomas, 5, Ter- esa, 10, Philip, I, Patrick, 12, and Ann, 17, Paul, 14 and John, 9. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens are members of The Third Order of St. Francis, Cane section. He is principal of St. Paul's CCD and teaches an 11th grade girls' class. They have lived nine years in St. Paul's parish from Spokane. The Stephens family has no special "secret of success," said Mrs. Stephens. "Each member of the fam- ily has his own chores," she stated. "If these are accom- plished with love and coopera- tion, things work out pretty well." David William in his future may learn that success needs no "secret" where there are ANNE MARIE Welch, held by her sister and godmother, Joseph, 7, Christopher, 5, James, 2, Monica, 3, Theresa, 11, Mary Elizabeth, 13, and 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Michael, 9; and back row, from left, Rev. Leo T. Eckstein, Welch, was baptized by The Most Reverend Thomas A. S.J., pastor, St. Joseph's, Mr. and Mrs. Welch, the Arch. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, Dec. 5 at St. Joseph bishop, the baby and godmother, Philip, 15, the godfather Church. Present were, front row, from left, Cecilia, 8, and Timothy, 12. Twelfth "12fh" Baby Baptized Dec. 5 By Jeanne Marie Works Twelfth "12th" baby of 1964 to be baptized by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle w a s Anne Marie Welch, 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welch. Some seventy babies have been baptized by the Arch- bishop since 1950 when he began the custom. The baptism at St. Joseph's Church was attended by Rev. Leo T. Eckstein, S.J., pastor, and the Stephens family in- cluding Mary Elizabeth, 13, and Philip, 15, the godparents; Co- celia, 8, Joseph, 2, Christopher, 5, James, 2, Monica, 3, Ther. esa, 11, Micl'iael, 9 and Timo- thy, 12. Another child, Charles, died in infancy. The Sisters of St. Joseph's School, attended as teachers of the honored child's brothers and sisters. Maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George d'Aubuchon, Centralia, and paternal aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam P. Williams, Milton, were present for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Welch have lived in St. Joseph's parish ten years. He is a member of the Holy Name Society and St. Vin- cent de Paul Society and an employe of the Seattle Fire De- partment. "We were all thrilled," said Mrs Welch., Mery Elizabeth, eighth grade pupil at St. Joseph's School, and Philip, freshman at O'Dea High School, were especially impressed at meeting the Arch- bishop and at becoming god, parents for the first time. Present for the event were Attending the baptism cere- and both previously oame here love and cooperation." Vancouver YLI SORRENTO HOTEL Santa Claus Attends Meetings Recovery, Inc. Sets Chr,stmas-- REOPENS Marks Fifth Event Dec..00 A, rooms and suit. ere Lacey Seattle Seattle /t .... -- VNCOUVER--St. James In- redecorated. Rooms $5 Meetings of the Oblates of St. John Church -- Sanctuary Admission is,75 cents: adults, Mnn,v=rsarx stitute, YLI group composed of and up. Beautiful DUN- St. Benedict will be held Society will meet Monday, De- 50 cents,, cmmren wlm pro- Recovery, Inc., a national members of parishes in Clark BAR Restaurant--dlnner, throughout the area on Sunday, cember 14 at 12:30 p.m. at school chddren free, or, $2.50, self-help organization of nor- County, will meet for Christ- cocktails. We give corn- Dec 20. In Seattle, at 3 p.m.' Egan Hall, 123 North 79th St metamuy, i mas party Tuesday, Dec 15 at mercial rates. sum ion Church in the The committee is headed by vous people and former mental at As pt . +.. 7:30 p.m. at St. James parish Taem t 3 30 m at II II I Mrs Mitchell Mullan and Mrs patients, is celebrating its fifth +) ....... a area a : p . ._... hall. Phone MA 2-6400 Visitation Church; in Port C.A Leo nrem. anniversary in Seattle with a Mrs. Hrold Kraus, president, Terry nl Madison Angeles at 7:30 p.m., and at v7"---x..-- St. Ann's Guild--Meeting De- public demonstration panel at announces that families and St Martm's at 4 pm ce r 1 " " " : h _ ,, robe 6 at Sacred Heart 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Dec. 12, in :ii:i guests of members are invited. Souffle, Washington .... .J ,alII/JINAO&MrJ, parish hall (under rectory) for The program will include '"'---" "'-='=" I.aKewooa   noon luncheon, the rear room of St. Alphonsus Christmas carols and the ap- ' Our Lady of the Lakes--Court  ] Mrs. Hazel Gundy will con- Church, 5704-15th Ave. N.W. pearance of Santa Claus.  1850 will hold its annual Christ- :z',l,,'...."t- duct the business meeting. Members will demonstrate A short business meeting will  -- sam par3t0 TsdaYhDeLet.,hl +',141 St. Frances Sodality- St. the Recovery self-help method be held at 7:30 p.m. ,:2, e_(,+' ISat8:0p.. g ,[mJU,,.,> Rite's Church' will hold its designed forthepurposeofal, r;::'+?aby:h:asKn::;:i: of Columbus hall '41iu tM llt';' monthl y meeting Thursday, leviating nervous symptoms and The event will climax scholar- vfilr'P I/hhl'lll{I .... ...... :a.'x411Pt.r'n.NL'H III1,,_ Dec +t in me rectory preventing relapses of former " For the Finest snips ann charity projects .'.-----l-l, -" - " '. , -- ". +Yxgl'-__n . I I;all?l Hostesses are lvlrs L.arolme Festive punch tmwh aancmg, r=:-;gumam'r-]J.t,m,m', ....... ".^. mental patient.Recoverymem- Sohc:ll::B:IBge;:gh:: C::: y G .... b "'" [lT'l' lurco mrs. mmnael calara r community smgmg ann tumt m""':''  , , z,,,,h c,oh .... bers are trained in self-help I P cluded for 1 00 ""  " ..... lunch will be in $. " ................. Buker oods Invest in Their Future... GIVE Communion Sunday will be techniques that ease tensions by Roy. Thomas L. Vandenberg, council chaplain, and and eliminate irrational fears and domestic temper. The first Seattle group con- tinues to meet weekly at St. A1- phonsus. Today there are five groups in the Seattle area and over 500 groups throughout the United States. Elma Church Guilds Formed; Meeting Dec. 16 ELMA- St. Joseph Church announces recently organized Guilds and chairmen including, St. Ann's Guild, Mrs. Wanda Bush, St. Elizabeth's G u i I d, Mrs. Frances Easton; St. Ber- nadette's Guild, Mrs. Cozette Ramstad. St. Ann's Guild will meet De- cember 16 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Bush. Fro Meinrad Sings Requiem For Father Frank Imhof, grand knight, to Sister M. Annunciate, O.P., principal. Needed by science classes, the laboratory was re- ceived with great enthusiasm by both students and the Dominican faculty. 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Ban Ton University Village Shopping Center LA. 2-8575 Aurora Village Shopping LI 6.2323 Our 30th Anniversary Year Season's Greetings from the ONLI* Company In Washington, i+'s the ONLI* company for life, health, and group insur- ance. ONLI* is.a North- west company specializ- ing in persona)insurance for Northwest residents. (,Say, "Only") Home Office: Seattle, Wash. I I admission. Mrs. Michael Kapula is chair- man assisted by Mrs. Daniel Monaghan and Mrs. Kenneth Cariell. Des Moines St. Philomena Parish -- St. Man;ca Guild will sponsor a "Santa" breakfast December 13 from 8:30 a.m. until noon in the parish hall. Admission for "all the pan- cakes you can eat" will be adults 75 cents, children, 6 to 12, 50 cents and children under 6, 25 cents. Seattle Mariette Institute 178 -- YLI will meet Wednesday, Dec. 16 at fl p.m. at Louie's Restaurant on 4th Avenue for a Christmas party. Dinner will be at 7 p.m., followed by a business meet- ing. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Leo Zechel, EA 4- 6095 or Mrs. Charles M. Car- roll, EA 4-6195. Customary exchenge of gifts Will not be held in favor of do- nations for St. Peter Claver Center. Canned goods will be collected. Our Lady of Fatima--Moth- ers Club invites members to tbe annual Christmas party December 22 at 1 p.m. in the school hall. 'The program will include numbers by the school children and a visit from Santa for pre. school youngsters. Notre Dame Club of Western Washington--Members and their families will attend the 9:30 a.m. Mass Sunday, Dec. 13, in Otlr Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Breakfast will follow at 1O: 15 a.m. in the sorrento Hotel with Rev. Webster T. Patterson, S.J., of Seattle University, speaking on the Holy Land. St. Aene's +Sanctuary Society -- Will meet December 15th in the Assembly Room of the Church. Instead of individual lgif.ts, members are asked to Ormg articles for a layette which will be given to a needy family. Mrs. James Dalton and Mrs. W. B. Toner are hostesses 'Sacred Heart Church--Altar Guild will serve breakfast Sun- day, December 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and after all the Masses. All are invited. St Benedict's Mothers Club-- Christmas meeting on Dec. 17 at 7:45 p.m: in the' school au- ditorium. Mr. Adamson's Boys Choir will sing Christmas Car- ols before the business meet- ing. The annual pantry shower for the Sisters at St. Benedict's Convent will be held at this coming meeting. Hostesses will be the fifth grade room mothers with Mrs. Emma Roundtree and Mrs. Delores Petanovich in charge. Tacoma Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of Catholic Nurses- Pierce Coun- ty Chapter will meet Thursday, Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. at St. Joseph School of Nursing.. Benediction will be at 7:45 p.m. The Rev. Thomas Pitsch, N new chapter moderator, will be introduced. The program will include a Christmas party and food dona- tions for the Christmas basket will be accepted. All RN's and LPN's are wel- come. Cardinal Club -- New Year's Eve dance Thursday, Dec. 31 at the Old Town Slovonian hall, 2306 North 3Oth Street. Featured will be live music and midnight lunch. Tickets are $3.50 per person and may be reserved by calling Arlene Burcar, WA 7-1343, Wayne Holm, MA %2986, Ellen Yocom, SK 9-1897 or Lee CUl- ver, GR 4-9654. Court Tacoma, C a t h o ! i e Daughters of America--Annual party for Sisters and guests of Ozanam Home, 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13, at the home. Program will be by Bellar- mine High School Glee Club. Presentation of gifts will be made to Sisters and guests. Mrs. Frank Girolami, grand regent, and Mrs. J. W. Kenne- dy, state regent, will preside. Mrs. Charles Forster and Mrs. William B. Thompson, are co-chairmen. Members are asked to bring a gift of canned food for a shower for the home. St. Leo Grade School--Moth. ers Club will serve pancake and ham breakfast Sunday, Dec 13, after the 8 and 9:15 a.m. Masses in the school cafe- teria. Dec. 27. St. Cabrini Neurosurgeon Wins Research Grant Dr. Lawrence Knopp, a neu- rosurgeon on the medical staff of St. Cabrini Hospital for more than six years, has been given a research grant by the National Institute of Health. Dr. Knopp, who also prac- tices in Seattle, will do re- search in nerve tissue cultures for at least 12 months in Hol- land. He left Seattle Friday for Europe. Chancellors Aid Interracial Center, Kids A two-pronged w e ken d schedule of benefit functions has been planned by the Chan- cellor Club. The club for young Catholic single adults will sponsor its an- nual Christmas Charity dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Dec. 11, in St. Peter Claver Center for the benefit of the in- terracial center. Admission is $1 per person plus a dollar's worth of non- perishable food items, an- nounced Dan Flanngan and Connie Romano, co-chairmen. More than 30 invited chil- dren of needy families will be guests of Chanoollors at the club's annual Christmas Kids' Day from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dee. 12, also at the interracial center. The youngsters will be treated to a turkey dinner, games and films. Santa Claus,, bearing gifts for all, will also pay a visit. Arrangements and transporta- tion have been arranged by the club's Catholic Action commit- tee, working closely with the St. Vincent de Paul's Society'a Central Office. "We are thankful for the donations given us by indi- viduals and businesses," said Fay Sweder, Kids' Day ehair- mluI. YAKIMA -- A solemn requi- um Mass was sung December 5 in St. Paul's Cathedral here for Peter A. Gaul who d i e d December 2 in a Pasco hospital. Celebrant was his son, Rev. Meinrad J. Gaul, O.S.B., alum- ni director and head of the his- tory department at St. Martin's College in Olympia. Imparting the absolution was the Most Reverend Joseph P. Dougherty, Bishop of Yakima. The Rt. Rev. Raphael Header, O.S.B., Abbot, gave e ser- mon. Another Yakima Benedictine, Rev. Bode Ernsdorff, O.S.B., of SMC, was deacon. An active parishioner at St. Paul's from 1920 to 1955, Mr. Gaul, 86, lived the last three years in the Tri-Cities area. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus' Fourth Degree, whose honor guard par- ticipated in the funeral serv- ices; the Serra Club and the Holy Name Society. Besides Father Meinard, other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. John A. St. Hil. aire of Moxee; four sisters, in- eluding Sister M. Huberta and Sister M. Cyril of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet, St. Joseph Hospital, Lewiston, Ida.; a brother, 10 grandchildren and 14 grvat.grandchildrva,