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:poge, Two CATHOI-IC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, DecemSer 12, 1947 I ! We Have Just Received A Brand New Shipment Of Choice Coats, Fully Interlined, To Assure Comfort In Wintry Weather, At Attractive Prices, Yet Good In Quality. SAVE VISITATION DISTRICT L A DIE S! HOLY NAME ELECTS OFFICERS SUNDAYI SHOP NOW, FOR GOOD SELECTION Just Take Elevator To 7th Floor At 1417 4th Ave- nue Building. Directly Across From Peoples Na- tional Bank. MRS. FLORA McLAREN, Mgr. HY-LO FASHIONS EL. 0325 Hours: 9:30 to 6 Until Christmas SAVE Visitation District, Holy Name Society met Sunday, Dec. 7 in St. John Parish hall and elected the following officers: chairman, Ar- thur Mahoney, Blessed Sacrament parish; first vice-chairman, Frank Berry, St. Alphonsus parish; sec- retary-treasurer, Robert Nelson, ! St. John parish; marshal, Joseph Yagle, St. John parish. Lou Brislawn, president of the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies, spoke on "Opportunities Afforded ,Holy Name Me.tubers to Participate in Catholic Action Through the Holy Name Societies." He pointed out that Holy Name Societies should be and can be de- veloped into one of the most out- standing and influential organiza- tions for Catholic men. William Frey, of the Catholic Seamen's Club, outlined progress and activities of the Club since it was established in 1943. The Dominican Choristers of Blessed Sacrament parish, who are under the direction of Chester Wiltse, presented a program of Christmas music. St. Edward H. N. Men NEWLY APPOINTED BISHOPS m :').'ii:iiiiii!i!:!: '?;!i!i" Named by Pope Pins XH as Bishop of Belleville, IIL is Monsignor Albert R. Zuroweste, (left) editor of The Messenger, official paper of the Diocese of Belleville, Appointed first Bishop of the new Dio- cese of Austin, Texas, is Monsignor Louis J. Reicher, Chancellor of the'Diocese of Galveston. (N Photos) JOSEPH GIRL New-Bishop, SCOUTSTO RAISE ORPHANAGE FUND THURMOND'S CENTRAL REALTY INSURANCE- REAL ESTATE Fourth Avenue and Denny Vay llAin 8989 SEATTLE 9, WASHINGTON Ralph's Quality Market STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1615 Queen Anne Ave. ATTENTION[ Come In and See the REAL Buys We Have in Suits,. Coats, Dresses, Skirts and Formal Wear, All Priced to Sell FAR BELOW the or- iginal cost. All merchandise slightly used and consigned to us For Re-Sale. HOME APPAREL SHOP 1021 Pine St. at Boron MA. 9130 2802 E. Madison St. EA. 6313 LALLIER'S Ladies Fine Dressmaking and Tailoring Holiday Formals CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR BLOUSES, SKIRTS and DRESSES SUITS, COATS and GOWNS Suite 100, Ranke Bldg., 1st Floor Hours 10 to 5 p. m. Alice R. Hammond, Mgr. EL. 5594 Parisian Tuxedo Salon Remember the PARISLN TUXEDO SALON for rental of your Formal Wear. Com- plete attire for men and wo- -men. Stanford Rabin To Display Hand- Made Blocked Prints Original hand-blocked prints will be displayed by Stanford Rabin, i art director of the recent Seattle l Catholic Book Fair, at the Guild Book Shop, 1328-6th Ave., begin- To Receive Sunday The Holy Name Society of St. Edvard parish will receive Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock Mass Sunday, Dec. 14. All young men of the parish and boys of the sev- enth and eighth grades are also urged to recelve on that date. H. N. Men To Receive At St. Peter Church Girl Scouts of St. Joseph par- ish, comprised of girls from Forest Ridge Convent and Holy Names Academy will present a Christmas !program Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 7:3 p. m. in the school auditorium. [ Proceeds from the program and the sale of Girl Scout calendars that evening wil ! be used to fril I 120 Christmas bags with candy and oranges for the children at Sacred Heart Orphanage. Any re- maining funds will go to establish The Holy Name men of St. Pe- a Neighborhood Fund for the ter parish will receive Holy Cm-'trpsi munion at the 8:30 o'clock Mass arisingfromt meet necessary expenses the Girl Scout Round' Sunday, Dec. 14. A breakfast will be held later in ] up planned for spring. the parish hall. [ The following troops are parti- Communion Sunday For St. Alphonsus Altar Society And Girl Scouts Monthly communion Sunday for St. Alphonsus A 1 tar Society, Brownies and Girl Scouts will be Dec. 28 at 8 o'clock Mass. A potluck luncheon (12:15 p. m.) will precede the Altar Society meeting Tuesday, Dec. 16. The Rev. John D. McGrath, pastor, will give a Christmas message. Catho- lic current events will be reviewed by Mrs. A. A. Schram. A unique Christmas crib will be on display. All ladles of the parish are cor- dially invited. Informants Club Has Communion Breakfast Members of the Young Catholic Informants Club received Holy Communion at the 9 o'clock Mass at St. James Cathedral Sunday, Dec. 7. The Communion breakfast was served in the usa Club on Second Avenue. Roy. Francis J. Linde- kugel, S. J., teacher of Philosophy and Religion at Seattle College, ad- dressed the group on the subject of Catholic Actiom HAVE YOU HEARD ? New designs in Christmas Cards may be personalized in time for Christmas! THE GUILD BOOK SHOP, INC. 1328 6th Avenue, Se- attle 1, Wash. SE 2514. " GALLAGHER, MYERS KELLEY & O'SULLIYAN Attorneys for Estate, 1320 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TH STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSE TANGONAN, Deceased. No. 95363. NOTICE OF HEARINd FINAL RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DIS- TRIBUTION. Notice is hereby given that Theo- dore C. Visaya, adrministrator of the Estate of Joe Tangcaan, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the prop- erty to the persons thereto entitled and cipating: The Montezuma Marin- ers, led by Miss Sally Sue Rogers and Miss Kathleen Hanley, an in- spirational skit; Troop 405, led by Mrs. Cy Barrett and Mrs. Marvin Reider, "Christmas Eve in a Toy- shop"; a new boarders troop from Holy Names Academy, .led by Mrs. Mylda Boesz, a group of folk dances; another new troop led by Mrs. Louis Topel and Mrs. Denis Ryan, Christmas carols. Tr)op 206, led by Mrs. Archie Richardson and Mrs. Lawrence MacDoim]d, a Chrisnas tableau; Troop 90, led by Mrs.: Granville Egan, an original play entitled "The Day After Christmas"; TrooplJ", led by, "llrs. C. It. EIwood and Miss Mary Lyons, 'rhe Christmas that, Bounced," and Troop 89, led by Mrs.-P. C. D. Vedova and Mrs. Frank Bonnell, "Christmas for the Duchess." There are two new Brownie troops in the parish, one under the leadership of Mrs. W. A. Murphy and Mrs. Eugene Hooper and the other, of Mrs. Wallace Hunt and Mrs. Elmo Beeson. Father Banfield Conducts Retreat At Holy Rosary A retreat for the girls at Holy Rosary School was opened Tues- day morning at th 9 o'clock Mass. Father Lawrence Banfield, O. P., conducted the retreat. The triduum closed Friday morn- ing with a reception of the girls into the Children of Mary Sodal- ity .... L. A. Of A, O, H. To Have Christmas Party December 18 The Ladies Auxiliary of the An- cient Order of Hibernians will hold their artnual Christmas party on Thursday, Dec. 18 at the home of (Open late by appointment) 4144 University Way ME. 5018 PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE OFFICE SUPPLIES STATIONERY ning Saturday, Dec. 13. The prints to discharge said Theodore G. Visaya; and that said Report and petition will Ms. H. W. O'Brien, 913 18th Ave. used at the Book Fair will be be heard cn the 6th day of Jan. 1947,, ......... r inn r _2 .... +., ... ^+ .... ;_+ ,,,flat 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room bf[ 'rtn. zuu-courseu Keyu e au.x**=u uy u.= ,--,, " I the Probate Department of said Court, [will be served at 12:30. The Rev. i f r o m linoleum blocks, treating] at which time and place any person iz^h- " , ,,h,, i-* r T ,, , . lnzerested in said Es ,u,u.t o. ,u,l.**,.y, ,J..u. .., ,, ,, both sacred and socu,ar sube I 2 lobtions :ao o' Rev Thomas McZi wil* be Rabin, a senior pre-medica s - . ", dent at Seattle College, received Dated th,SN2M  %cjD1F IguISrs s, of:o;hr. R Manning St, his art traiing in the Northwest.'[ .......... Clerk of said Court. ],,;h |'.q 'h o-,-:,,n ;. qn'in , ' ULL VAN. Christmas carols. There will also During and after the war th O S I young artist traveled extensivelylBY0hmilithH-ToGwalelragher, be a gift exchange and card both in Europe and Asia, and has Seattle Wash ' ames " just recently returned from Ire-[ By Norman F. Joh.nson:  AssUring Mrs. O'Brien are Mrs. Lepuzy. land. Date of final pttblication January 2. 1948. Contradiction is only irritating bcause it troubles our peaceful possession of some opinion or some pre-eminence. That is why it vexes the weak more than the strong, and the invalid more than the robust--Joseph Joubert. Trick & Murray 115 Seneca St. MAin 1440 Made From An Original PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for Estate 1212 Ainerican Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CATHERINE M. O'SHEA, De- ceased. IN PROBATE--No 104701. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administrator of the es- tate of Catherine M. O'Shea, Deceased, that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified on said Cornelius J. O'Shea or his attorneys of record at the address .below stated and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date cf first publication December 12th, 1947. ] CORNELIUS J. O'SHF-k, [ Administrator of said Estate, [ Seattle, Wash PADDEN & MORIARTY, ] Attorneys for Estate. ] 1212 American Building, J Seattle, Wash l?te of final publication Dec. 26, { F. W. Fitzharris, Mrs. Thomas J. Meeker, Mrs. George Morris and Mrs. Walter Gilbert. Monsignor Wendelin J. Nold, pastor of Christ the King church, Dallas, Tex., who has been ap- pointed by Pope 'Pius XII Titular Bishop of Sasima and Coadjutor with right of succession to Bishop Christopher E. Byrne of Galves- ton.(NC Photo) REOUIEM MASS FOR PIONEER OF HOLY C, D, A, ORGANIZES JUNIOR TROOPS The semor court of Cathohc Daughters of America will enter- tain the junior court at a Christ- mas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 23 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Recently organized junior troops of the Catholic Daughters of Am- erica include Troop 3, Holy Family parish which has the following cab- inet: president, Snirley Annett; vice-president, Mary Jane Eley; secretary, Molly Nolan; treasurer, Leans Glass; reporter, Peggy Mc- gee, and counselors, Mrs. Betty Dunham and Mrs. Helen Nipe. i Troop 5, Immaculate parish, has elected as president, Sally Rob- bins; vice-president, Marian Rowe; secretary, Adela Adriatico; treas- urer, Kathryn Bentler; reporter, Ann O'Dormell, and counselors, Deslye Layman and Margaret O'Brien. Heading Troop 9 are: president, Patricia O'Donnell; vice-president, Anna Marie McGee; secretary, Ruth Cheshier; treasurer, Susan Dougal; reporter, Virginia Coolan, and counselor, Miss Patricia Hayes. St. Joseph parish, Troop 4, has elected: president, Mona Philpot; vice-president, Genevieve Suva; I secretary, Catherine Cinner; treas- urer, Marelee Niemitz; reporter, Lauran Peabody, and counselor, Sara Roberts. Troop 10 has named: president, [ Marilyn Brand; vice-president, Patricia Griswold; secretary, Joan Twohy; treasurer, Monica Squires; reporter, Ann Dugan, and coun- selor, Kathleen LaFortune. QueL i---ute To Have G Exchange At Christmas Party Queen Institute will hold it an- nual Christmas party at 7:30 p. m., :n the Knights of Columbus Hall. Each member is to bring a wrapped gift, the cost not to ex- ceed one dollar. The party will begin with a grand march led by Santa and helpers, Elaine Kilty, Helen Cole- man and Mary Slencik. The pro- gram will consist of Christmas i carols, community singing and reading. An explanation of the Advent wreath which will be the table centerpiece will be given by Mrs, Claude Storey. Distribution of the gifts will be followed by re- FAMILY PARISH the lobby. Mrs. John Tarad0nov and L o i s R i c h- Requiem k%gh Mass for Thomas J. NteKee, 10442 12th Ave.:..W., was: offered at Holy Family Chiirch by the Rev. Ailbe McGrath. Born in May, County Tyrone, Ireland, Mr. McKee came to Se- attle .more than 40 years ago, and has been a member of Holy Fam- ily parish for the past 26 years. He was a member of the Holy Name Society and the Archcon- fraternity of Our Mother of Per- petual Help. A retired Bethlehem Steel em- ployee, he is survivd by his" wife, I Joan Hannah; one daughter Nor- i{ae Helen; two sons, James Edward and Frank S.; and one brother, Patrick, May, County Tyrone, Ire- land. The fathers and mothers of St. Anne sohool students will be the guests of honor at a Christmas party on Thursday evening, Dec. 18. The party, which will be held in the school at 8 p. m., is be- ing sponsored by the St. Anne Mothers' Club. There will be a program of Christmas  carols sung by the Boys' Choir and Camp Fire Girls. A buffet supper will be served later by the seventh and eighth grade mothers, who are acting as hostesses. ards are in charge of gifts; Mrs. Frank C h e s I e y, refreshments, assisted by Margaret Gorman, Ad- riana  Sampelayo, Mrs. Helena Smith, Mrs. Jo.hn Taradonov, Mrs. Harry Murrish and Mrs. Claude Storey. Prospective members are invited. Members of the visiting committee for December are Grace O'Don- inell, .Mrs. Dorothy Benedict, Mrs. Irene Horn, Mrs. Ursula MeDevitt, Mrs. Katherine McGuire, Mrs. Margaret McKenna an d Mrs. Helen O'ConneII. I To Gladden Homes Columbus Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the following births: Mr. and rrs. Ray Galle, boy, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Latakso, girl, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Colacarro, boy, Dec. 6. Parents Will Guests At St. Anne, ] Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Corrigan, School Party Dec. 18, girl, Dec. 7. Providence Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the following births: i Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Ferkingshad, i giri, Dec. 2. Mr. and Mrs. George Mackey, girl, Dec. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Chapman, girl, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Stevenson, girl, Dec. 3. . Mr. and Mrs. George Welch, boy, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whitlow, boy, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fritzen, girl, Dec. 4. Mr. and M_s. Daniel Ballard, St. Teresa Study Club boy, Dec. 5. Mr. and M_s. Charles Emery, * 1 * girl Dee 5. , To Hear Eliza Revmwr Mr and Mrs. Stewart Toy, girl, St. Teresa Study Club will meet Dec. 6. at 8 p. m. Monday, Dec. 15 at the Dr. and Mrs. Martin Waldron, home of Miss Lola Moran. boy, Dec. 6. Mrs. Veronica Carroll will re- ] Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Castoriano, [boy, Dec. 7. [ Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, view Patricia Campbell's "Eliza," a tale of the Northwest. Miss Evelyn Betti will conduct the history lesson and Mrs. Eliza- beth Flynn, current events. Beauty Operators In 6real Demand! CLASSES STARTING IMMEDIATELY ENROLL NOW AT MOLFR BEAUTY SCHOOL WRITE, WIRE OR CALL 104 1 st Ave. So. MA. 2957 girl, Dec. 7. 'Mr. and Mrs. Max Betts, girl, Dec. 8. , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dwan, girl, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Johns, boy, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Vanderkleed, twins, boy and girl, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, [girl, Dee. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson, boy, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bacon, girl, Dec. 9. Mr. and /Irs. Cornelius Boers, girl, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Glassy, girl, Dee. 9. [ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kibby, girl, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Piera, girl, t Dec. 9. [ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dzurich, [girl, Dec. 10. [ M' and Mrs. Richard Williams, boy, Dec. 10. TOM MIRANTE OUALITY GROCERIES Peanut Butter Sm, Jim 49 ' 25 oz. Mayonnaise...., (BeStpintFOodS) 41C Corn .......... . Fruit Cocktail .. Sweet Potatoes Salmon. ....... . Peaches ........ (Cream Style) 17 No. 2 Cans (bbys) 37 No. 2 Cans (Reliance) 2C No. 2. Cans (Red Sockeye) 59C (Hunt's Fancy) - 29 No. 2 Can Get Quality Meats You Can Be Proud to Serve at-- Tom Mirante's 104 15th North 15th and E, Denny WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS RAVENNA VARIETY STORE FEATURING COMPLETE LINE OF TOYS GIFTS - BABY CLOTHES HOUSEHOLD ITEMS . General Variety Merchandise "A PLEASANT AND PROFI2ABLE PLACE TO SHOP IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD" (We Are Open Evenings Until Christmas) RAVENNA VARIETY STORE 2723 E. 55th FI. 1633 Immediate Delivery For A Merry Christmas FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS FRIGIDAIRE IRONERS FRIGIDAIRE STOVES PREMIER VACUUM CLEANERS 'ROYAL VACUUM CLEANERS DEEP FREEZE UNITS WIDE CHOICE IN 9x12 RUGS AND WASHABLE SCATTER RUGS FRYER-KNOWLES 1718 Broadway CA. 0800 PARTY FOR JUNIOR C. D. A. ] WENATCHEE -- The Catholic Daughters will hold their Christ- mas party Tuesday, Dec. 16, at the parish hall. Miss Marcella Rooney is the hostess, assisted by Pat Coughlin, president of the juniors. At The Kaufer Company, gift store for Catholics, select religious articles such as prayerbooks, med- als on chains, statues, and many other Christmas gifts of lasting merit. Located in downtown Se- attle, at 1904 Fourth Ave. near [ Stewart St. 4707 University Way KEnwood 5700 University Fish Market SINCERE WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPERITY IN THE NEW YEAR WEST SIDE INTERIOR HOME - CLEANING SERVICE Free Estimates Anywhere %VE. 7215 e WALLS, WOODWORK & CEILINGS Washed or Dry Cleaned FLOORS CLEANED, WAXED AND POLISHED WINDOWS CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT UPHOLSTERY AND RUGS Cleaned Right In Your Own Home FALL CLEANING II CANDY for CHP.ISTMAS00] I! TAKE YOUR HOSTESS A BOX OF CANDY ill J Well Known Candies In Lovely Boxes iJ i[ MISS SAYLOR'S, ROGEI CHOCOLATES, i i I " SOCIETE  HYDES -- JOHNSON'S ' I GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS EARLY I [ . Fine Assortment Gift Wraps I ! BEACH PHARMACY I HARRY OTTERSEN I w. Ill :poge, Two CATHOI-IC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, DecemSer 12, 1947 I ! We Have Just Received A Brand New Shipment Of Choice Coats, Fully Interlined, To Assure Comfort In Wintry Weather, At Attractive Prices, Yet Good In Quality. SAVE VISITATION DISTRICT L A DIE S! HOLY NAME ELECTS OFFICERS SUNDAYI SHOP NOW, FOR GOOD SELECTION Just Take Elevator To 7th Floor At 1417 4th Ave- nue Building. Directly Across From Peoples Na- tional Bank. MRS. FLORA McLAREN, Mgr. HY-LO FASHIONS EL. 0325 Hours: 9:30 to 6 Until Christmas SAVE Visitation District, Holy Name Society met Sunday, Dec. 7 in St. John Parish hall and elected the following officers: chairman, Ar- thur Mahoney, Blessed Sacrament parish; first vice-chairman, Frank Berry, St. Alphonsus parish; sec- retary-treasurer, Robert Nelson, ! St. John parish; marshal, Joseph Yagle, St. John parish. Lou Brislawn, president of the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies, spoke on "Opportunities Afforded ,Holy Name Me.tubers to Participate in Catholic Action Through the Holy Name Societies." He pointed out that Holy Name Societies should be and can be de- veloped into one of the most out- standing and influential organiza- tions for Catholic men. William Frey, of the Catholic Seamen's Club, outlined progress and activities of the Club since it was established in 1943. The Dominican Choristers of Blessed Sacrament parish, who are under the direction of Chester Wiltse, presented a program of Christmas music. St. Edward H. N. Men NEWLY APPOINTED BISHOPS m :').'ii:iiiiii!i!:!: '?;!i!i" Named by Pope Pins XH as Bishop of Belleville, IIL is Monsignor Albert R. Zuroweste, (left) editor of The Messenger, official paper of the Diocese of Belleville, Appointed first Bishop of the new Dio- cese of Austin, Texas, is Monsignor Louis J. Reicher, Chancellor of the'Diocese of Galveston. (N Photos) JOSEPH GIRL New-Bishop, SCOUTSTO RAISE ORPHANAGE FUND THURMOND'S CENTRAL REALTY INSURANCE- REAL ESTATE Fourth Avenue and Denny Vay llAin 8989 SEATTLE 9, WASHINGTON Ralph's Quality Market STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1615 Queen Anne Ave. ATTENTION[ Come In and See the REAL Buys We Have in Suits,. Coats, Dresses, Skirts and Formal Wear, All Priced to Sell FAR BELOW the or- iginal cost. All merchandise slightly used and consigned to us For Re-Sale. HOME APPAREL SHOP 1021 Pine St. at Boron MA. 9130 2802 E. Madison St. EA. 6313 LALLIER'S Ladies Fine Dressmaking and Tailoring Holiday Formals CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR BLOUSES, SKIRTS and DRESSES SUITS, COATS and GOWNS Suite 100, Ranke Bldg., 1st Floor Hours 10 to 5 p. m. Alice R. Hammond, Mgr. EL. 5594 Parisian Tuxedo Salon Remember the PARISLN TUXEDO SALON for rental of your Formal Wear. Com- plete attire for men and wo- -men. Stanford Rabin To Display Hand- Made Blocked Prints Original hand-blocked prints will be displayed by Stanford Rabin, i art director of the recent Seattle l Catholic Book Fair, at the Guild Book Shop, 1328-6th Ave., begin- To Receive Sunday The Holy Name Society of St. Edvard parish will receive Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock Mass Sunday, Dec. 14. All young men of the parish and boys of the sev- enth and eighth grades are also urged to recelve on that date. H. N. Men To Receive At St. Peter Church Girl Scouts of St. Joseph par- ish, comprised of girls from Forest Ridge Convent and Holy Names Academy will present a Christmas !program Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 7:3 p. m. in the school auditorium. [ Proceeds from the program and the sale of Girl Scout calendars that evening wil ! be used to fril I 120 Christmas bags with candy and oranges for the children at Sacred Heart Orphanage. Any re- maining funds will go to establish The Holy Name men of St. Pe- a Neighborhood Fund for the ter parish will receive Holy Cm-'trpsi munion at the 8:30 o'clock Mass arisingfromt meet necessary expenses the Girl Scout Round' Sunday, Dec. 14. A breakfast will be held later in ] up planned for spring. the parish hall. [ The following troops are parti- Communion Sunday For St. Alphonsus Altar Society And Girl Scouts Monthly communion Sunday for St. Alphonsus A 1 tar Society, Brownies and Girl Scouts will be Dec. 28 at 8 o'clock Mass. A potluck luncheon (12:15 p. m.) will precede the Altar Society meeting Tuesday, Dec. 16. The Rev. John D. McGrath, pastor, will give a Christmas message. Catho- lic current events will be reviewed by Mrs. A. A. Schram. A unique Christmas crib will be on display. All ladles of the parish are cor- dially invited. Informants Club Has Communion Breakfast Members of the Young Catholic Informants Club received Holy Communion at the 9 o'clock Mass at St. James Cathedral Sunday, Dec. 7. The Communion breakfast was served in the usa Club on Second Avenue. Roy. Francis J. Linde- kugel, S. J., teacher of Philosophy and Religion at Seattle College, ad- dressed the group on the subject of Catholic Actiom HAVE YOU HEARD ? New designs in Christmas Cards may be personalized in time for Christmas! THE GUILD BOOK SHOP, INC. 1328 6th Avenue, Se- attle 1, Wash. SE 2514. " GALLAGHER, MYERS KELLEY & O'SULLIYAN Attorneys for Estate, 1320 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TH STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSE TANGONAN, Deceased. No. 95363. NOTICE OF HEARINd FINAL RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DIS- TRIBUTION. Notice is hereby given that Theo- dore C. Visaya, adrministrator of the Estate of Joe Tangcaan, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the prop- erty to the persons thereto entitled and cipating: The Montezuma Marin- ers, led by Miss Sally Sue Rogers and Miss Kathleen Hanley, an in- spirational skit; Troop 405, led by Mrs. Cy Barrett and Mrs. Marvin Reider, "Christmas Eve in a Toy- shop"; a new boarders troop from Holy Names Academy, .led by Mrs. Mylda Boesz, a group of folk dances; another new troop led by Mrs. Louis Topel and Mrs. Denis Ryan, Christmas carols. Tr)op 206, led by Mrs. Archie Richardson and Mrs. Lawrence MacDoim]d, a Chrisnas tableau; Troop 90, led by Mrs.: Granville Egan, an original play entitled "The Day After Christmas"; TrooplJ", led by, "llrs. C. It. EIwood and Miss Mary Lyons, 'rhe Christmas that, Bounced," and Troop 89, led by Mrs.-P. C. D. Vedova and Mrs. Frank Bonnell, "Christmas for the Duchess." There are two new Brownie troops in the parish, one under the leadership of Mrs. W. A. Murphy and Mrs. Eugene Hooper and the other, of Mrs. Wallace Hunt and Mrs. Elmo Beeson. Father Banfield Conducts Retreat At Holy Rosary A retreat for the girls at Holy Rosary School was opened Tues- day morning at th 9 o'clock Mass. Father Lawrence Banfield, O. P., conducted the retreat. The triduum closed Friday morn- ing with a reception of the girls into the Children of Mary Sodal- ity .... L. A. Of A, O, H. To Have Christmas Party December 18 The Ladies Auxiliary of the An- cient Order of Hibernians will hold their artnual Christmas party on Thursday, Dec. 18 at the home of (Open late by appointment) 4144 University Way ME. 5018 PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE OFFICE SUPPLIES STATIONERY ning Saturday, Dec. 13. The prints to discharge said Theodore G. Visaya; and that said Report and petition will Ms. H. W. O'Brien, 913 18th Ave. used at the Book Fair will be be heard cn the 6th day of Jan. 1947,, ......... r inn r _2 .... +., ... ^+ .... ;_+ ,,,flat 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room bf[ 'rtn. zuu-courseu Keyu e au.x**=u uy u.= ,--,, " I the Probate Department of said Court, [will be served at 12:30. The Rev. i f r o m linoleum blocks, treating] at which time and place any person iz^h- " , ,,h,, i-* r T ,, , . lnzerested in said Es ,u,u.t o. ,u,l.**,.y, ,J..u. .., ,, ,, both sacred and socu,ar sube I 2 lobtions :ao o' Rev Thomas McZi wil* be Rabin, a senior pre-medica s - . ", dent at Seattle College, received Dated th,SN2M  %cjD1F IguISrs s, of:o;hr. R Manning St, his art traiing in the Northwest.'[ .......... Clerk of said Court. ],,;h |'.q 'h o-,-:,,n ;. qn'in , ' ULL VAN. Christmas carols. There will also During and after the war th O S I young artist traveled extensivelylBY0hmilithH-ToGwalelragher, be a gift exchange and card both in Europe and Asia, and has Seattle Wash ' ames " just recently returned from Ire-[ By Norman F. Joh.nson:  AssUring Mrs. O'Brien are Mrs. Lepuzy. land. Date of final pttblication January 2. 1948. Contradiction is only irritating bcause it troubles our peaceful possession of some opinion or some pre-eminence. That is why it vexes the weak more than the strong, and the invalid more than the robust--Joseph Joubert. Trick & Murray 115 Seneca St. MAin 1440 Made From An Original PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for Estate 1212 Ainerican Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CATHERINE M. O'SHEA, De- ceased. IN PROBATE--No 104701. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administrator of the es- tate of Catherine M. O'Shea, Deceased, that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified on said Cornelius J. O'Shea or his attorneys of record at the address .below stated and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date cf first publication December 12th, 1947. ] CORNELIUS J. O'SHF-k, [ Administrator of said Estate, [ Seattle, Wash PADDEN & MORIARTY, ] Attorneys for Estate. ] 1212 American Building, J Seattle, Wash l?te of final publication Dec. 26, { F. W. Fitzharris, Mrs. Thomas J. Meeker, Mrs. George Morris and Mrs. Walter Gilbert. Monsignor Wendelin J. Nold, pastor of Christ the King church, Dallas, Tex., who has been ap- pointed by Pope 'Pius XII Titular Bishop of Sasima and Coadjutor with right of succession to Bishop Christopher E. Byrne of Galves- ton.(NC Photo) REOUIEM MASS FOR PIONEER OF HOLY C, D, A, ORGANIZES JUNIOR TROOPS The semor court of Cathohc Daughters of America will enter- tain the junior court at a Christ- mas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 23 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Recently organized junior troops of the Catholic Daughters of Am- erica include Troop 3, Holy Family parish which has the following cab- inet: president, Snirley Annett; vice-president, Mary Jane Eley; secretary, Molly Nolan; treasurer, Leans Glass; reporter, Peggy Mc- gee, and counselors, Mrs. Betty Dunham and Mrs. Helen Nipe. i Troop 5, Immaculate parish, has elected as president, Sally Rob- bins; vice-president, Marian Rowe; secretary, Adela Adriatico; treas- urer, Kathryn Bentler; reporter, Ann O'Dormell, and counselors, Deslye Layman and Margaret O'Brien. Heading Troop 9 are: president, Patricia O'Donnell; vice-president, Anna Marie McGee; secretary, Ruth Cheshier; treasurer, Susan Dougal; reporter, Virginia Coolan, and counselor, Miss Patricia Hayes. St. Joseph parish, Troop 4, has elected: president, Mona Philpot; vice-president, Genevieve Suva; I secretary, Catherine Cinner; treas- urer, Marelee Niemitz; reporter, Lauran Peabody, and counselor, Sara Roberts. Troop 10 has named: president, [ Marilyn Brand; vice-president, Patricia Griswold; secretary, Joan Twohy; treasurer, Monica Squires; reporter, Ann Dugan, and coun- selor, Kathleen LaFortune. QueL i---ute To Have G Exchange At Christmas Party Queen Institute will hold it an- nual Christmas party at 7:30 p. m., :n the Knights of Columbus Hall. Each member is to bring a wrapped gift, the cost not to ex- ceed one dollar. The party will begin with a grand march led by Santa and helpers, Elaine Kilty, Helen Cole- man and Mary Slencik. The pro- gram will consist of Christmas i carols, community singing and reading. An explanation of the Advent wreath which will be the table centerpiece will be given by Mrs, Claude Storey. Distribution of the gifts will be followed by re- FAMILY PARISH the lobby. Mrs. John Tarad0nov and L o i s R i c h- Requiem k%gh Mass for Thomas J. NteKee, 10442 12th Ave.:..W., was: offered at Holy Family Chiirch by the Rev. Ailbe McGrath. Born in May, County Tyrone, Ireland, Mr. McKee came to Se- attle .more than 40 years ago, and has been a member of Holy Fam- ily parish for the past 26 years. He was a member of the Holy Name Society and the Archcon- fraternity of Our Mother of Per- petual Help. A retired Bethlehem Steel em- ployee, he is survivd by his" wife, I Joan Hannah; one daughter Nor- i{ae Helen; two sons, James Edward and Frank S.; and one brother, Patrick, May, County Tyrone, Ire- land. The fathers and mothers of St. Anne sohool students will be the guests of honor at a Christmas party on Thursday evening, Dec. 18. The party, which will be held in the school at 8 p. m., is be- ing sponsored by the St. Anne Mothers' Club. There will be a program of Christmas  carols sung by the Boys' Choir and Camp Fire Girls. A buffet supper will be served later by the seventh and eighth grade mothers, who are acting as hostesses. ards are in charge of gifts; Mrs. Frank C h e s I e y, refreshments, assisted by Margaret Gorman, Ad- riana  Sampelayo, Mrs. Helena Smith, Mrs. Jo.hn Taradonov, Mrs. Harry Murrish and Mrs. Claude Storey. Prospective members are invited. Members of the visiting committee for December are Grace O'Don- inell, .Mrs. Dorothy Benedict, Mrs. Irene Horn, Mrs. Ursula MeDevitt, Mrs. Katherine McGuire, Mrs. Margaret McKenna an d Mrs. Helen O'ConneII. I To Gladden Homes Columbus Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the following births: Mr. and rrs. Ray Galle, boy, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Latakso, girl, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Colacarro, boy, Dec. 6. Parents Will Guests At St. Anne, ] Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Corrigan, School Party Dec. 18, girl, Dec. 7. Providence Hospital, Seattle, re- ports the following births: i Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Ferkingshad, i giri, Dec. 2. Mr. and Mrs. George Mackey, girl, Dec. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Chapman, girl, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Stevenson, girl, Dec. 3. . Mr. and Mrs. George Welch, boy, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whitlow, boy, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fritzen, girl, Dec. 4. Mr. and M_s. Daniel Ballard, St. Teresa Study Club boy, Dec. 5. Mr. and M_s. Charles Emery, * 1 * girl Dee 5. , To Hear Eliza Revmwr Mr and Mrs. Stewart Toy, girl, St. Teresa Study Club will meet Dec. 6. at 8 p. m. Monday, Dec. 15 at the Dr. and Mrs. Martin Waldron, home of Miss Lola Moran. boy, Dec. 6. Mrs. Veronica Carroll will re- ] Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Castoriano, [boy, Dec. 7. [ Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, view Patricia Campbell's "Eliza," a tale of the Northwest. Miss Evelyn Betti will conduct the history lesson and Mrs. Eliza- beth Flynn, current events. Beauty Operators In 6real Demand! CLASSES STARTING IMMEDIATELY ENROLL NOW AT MOLFR BEAUTY SCHOOL WRITE, WIRE OR CALL 104 1 st Ave. So. MA. 2957 girl, Dec. 7. 'Mr. and Mrs. Max Betts, girl, Dec. 8. , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dwan, girl, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Johns, boy, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Vanderkleed, twins, boy and girl, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, [girl, Dee. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson, boy, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bacon, girl, Dec. 9. Mr. and /Irs. Cornelius Boers, girl, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Glassy, girl, Dee. 9. [ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kibby, girl, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Piera, girl, t Dec. 9. [ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dzurich, [girl, Dec. 10. [ M' and Mrs. Richard Williams, boy, Dec. 10. TOM MIRANTE OUALITY GROCERIES Peanut Butter Sm, Jim 49 ' 25 oz. Mayonnaise...., (BeStpintFOodS) 41C Corn .......... . Fruit Cocktail .. Sweet Potatoes Salmon. ....... . Peaches ........ (Cream Style) 17 No. 2 Cans (bbys) 37 No. 2 Cans (Reliance) 2C No. 2. 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At The Kaufer Company, gift store for Catholics, select religious articles such as prayerbooks, med- als on chains, statues, and many other Christmas gifts of lasting merit. Located in downtown Se- attle, at 1904 Fourth Ave. near [ Stewart St. 4707 University Way KEnwood 5700 University Fish Market SINCERE WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPERITY IN THE NEW YEAR WEST SIDE INTERIOR HOME - CLEANING SERVICE Free Estimates Anywhere %VE. 7215 e WALLS, WOODWORK & CEILINGS Washed or Dry Cleaned FLOORS CLEANED, WAXED AND POLISHED WINDOWS CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT UPHOLSTERY AND RUGS Cleaned Right In Your Own Home FALL CLEANING II CANDY for CHP.ISTMAS00] I! TAKE YOUR HOSTESS A BOX OF CANDY ill J Well Known Candies In Lovely Boxes iJ i[ MISS SAYLOR'S, ROGEI CHOCOLATES, i i I " SOCIETE  HYDES -- JOHNSON'S ' I GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS EARLY I [ . Fine Assortment Gift Wraps I ! BEACH PHARMACY I HARRY OTTERSEN I w. Ill