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-PdeTwo CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, December 12, 1947 YAKIMA NEWS By Mrs. Ray Fountaine---Phonb 3061 Yakima Knights Confer First Degree YAKIMA.---The Knights of Col- umbus conferred the first degree upon 13 candidates, Friday. They are: Roy J. Klein, John J. Roller, John Wingenbach, Gerald Enright, • George Heintz, John Roberts, WiN ]iam W. Hunter, Mike Briski, Wil- liam Urlacher, John C. Chart, Vin- cent Chart, Joseph J. Chott and Ralph Robel. These men will receive the sec- ond and ltlhird degrees in January• Henry L. Schmidt, Father of Fourteen, Dies, Aged 61 m YAKIMA•--Requiem high Mass was offered in St• Joseph Church, Wednesday, for Henry L. Schmidt, 61, who passed away in his home on Sunday morning. Rev. Francis J. Schoenberg, S. J., officiated. Mr. Sehmidt had lived in Yakima four years. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; eight sons, Paul, Frank, Jack, Peter, Thomas, Leo, the Woman's Century clubhouse with Mrs. William Radford in charge• Mrs. Robel Wolney, assisted by ]Vlrs. Frank Mullins, is in charge of a Christmas basket for a needy family. Others assisting Mrs. Radford in the Christmas party are Mrs. Har_ old Him .melsbach, Mrs. John Lang, :Mrs. Frank Faucher, Mrs: Frank Muliins, Mrs• Ray Bailey, Mrs. Nels Moberg, Mrs. George Brock, Mrs. A. J. Squire and Mrs. John LynSh. Mrs• Wilbur Sandner was ap- pointed vice grand regent of the C. D. A. at their meeting Monday. The appointment fills the vacancy made by the resignation of Mrs. John Kelley• Mrs. L. F. Fettgather presided at the business meeting. Y. L. I. Study Club Hears Book Reviews Wilfred and Charles all of Yakima; C D A Chri six daughters Miss Anna Schmidt, • . . stmas Mrs Katherine Koffler, Mrs• Rose P ty N t M d Reiter, Mrs. Elizabeth Messer and ar ex on ay Mrs. Helen Keller all of Yakima, and Mrs. Pauline Cowley of Port- YAKIMA.--The C. D. A. will land, Ore.; one sister, Mrs. Kath- hold a Christmas party and gift erine Boehm of Santa Rosa, Cal.. exchange on Monday, Dec. 15 in land 20 grandchildren'. / Pallbearers were John Wald, /Mike Maser, Joe Thomas, Adam /Heintz, Henry Reether and Max Gieser. Rosary services were held [in the Church on Tuesday evening• i Burial was n Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Emma Grommesch I Dies, Aged 80 Years YAKIMA. -- The Young :Ladies Institute Study club met, Monday, in the home of Mrs. Jack McQuil- kin with Mrs. Ray Goulet assist- ing the hostess• Mrs. Ray Foun- taine was program chairman. Book reviews were given by Mrs• Anthony Weist, Jr., Mrs. Leo SainSbury. Mrs. William G. Thom- son and Miss Lois Peterson. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Pete Nagier on January 12 with Mrs. Anthony t 'Weist, Jr., assisting the hostess• Miss Isabelle Grommesch will be • program dhairman. The Rev. Theo- dare P. Sullivan will explain the use Qf the :Mass and the Missal. St. Mortha Guild " Members Hospitalized YAKIMA.--Mrs. John Markel of Terrace Heights was injured in a two-car collision on Tuesday, Dec. 9. Mrs. Casper Miller was taken ,to St. Elizabeth hospital on Man- flay with a serious ailment. Mrs. George Baehm has returned home from St. Elizabeth Hospital where she received a blood transfusion. All three of these women are menbers of St. Marflm guild. Pantry "Shower For ..... Sisters At Academy -YAKIMA.--Santa Claus paid a lre-Christmas visit to Sisters of St. Joseph Academy, Sunday. Un- :der leadership of Mrs. James Col- ombo and Mrs. M. P. Bischoff, the St. Joseph Altar Society sponsored a successful pantry shower for the benefit of the Sisters. Sodalists Ship Gifts To Mission Children YAKIMA. -- Members of Our Lady Sodality shipped their us- ual Christmas gifts this week to children of the Northern Missions in Saskatchewan. Fol- years each Sodalist has chosen a protege among the natives of the schools conducted by the Sisters of Char- ity of Providence in mission fields and has made some child happy by her personal gift. YAKIMA Multz Insurance VIC SAYS: When a loss occurs, that's when service counts. AUTO, FIRE & ALL TYPES INSURANCE RELL&BLE COMPANIES 106 S• 2rid St. Phone 6362 :YAKIMA I Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACTOR Phone 4013 508 No. 6___  St. YaMms Sea Foods GRAND CENTRAL 16 NORTH FOURTH STREET Phone 9551 Yalthna If It's FLgh We Have It YAKIMA.--Requiem high Mass was offered in St. Joseph Church on Tuesday for Mrs. Emma G. Grommesch, 80, who passed away in her home n Friday afternoon• Rev. Francis J. Schoenberg, S. J., officiated. Mrs. Grommesch was born in Marystown, Minnesota, and had lived in Yakima for the past 37 years. She is Survived by0ne son, Philip; three daughters, Mrs. Hil- degarde Lowden of Walla Walls, Miss Isabelle Grommesch and Mrs. Veronica Brock of Yakima; one brother, Albert Hartman of Yak- ima; 13 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Leo Sainsbury, Nels Moberg, Theodore Kohls, Ed O'Brien, J. J. Sullivan and H. O' Reilly. Burial was in Calvary cem- etery. Requiem Mass For Mrs. Mary Loftus YAKIMA.--Requiem high Mass was offered in St. Paul Church, Thursday, for Mrs. Mary Loftus, Yakima pioneer, who passed away in St. Elizabeth Hospital on Tues- day. The Ray. Thomas A. Edwards officiated. Mrs. Loftus was born in Boone, Iowa. She came to Yakima in 1889 With her husband, the late Michael Loftus, railroad man who retired in 1928. She was a member of St. Martha Guild. Mrs. Loftus is survived by a son, M. T. Loftus of Yakima; a sister, Mrs. Katherine Loftus of Omaha, Neb.; and one grandson, Bernard Loftus of Yakima. Miss June Makins Wed In San Francisco YAIA.-- Miss June Makins, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Makins, of Selah, became the bride of Louis Nagy, of San Francisco, on November 29 in St. Cecilia Church. The Rev. Felix M. Flynn officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an afternoon dress of blue crepe and carried a prayerbook covered with baby orchids and lilies of the valley. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Timothy Regan (Mary Jean) of Mllbrae, Calif., who wore a pink wool dress and carried a bou- quet of pink roses and pink bou- vardia. The best man was Ernest Nagy. Mrs. Nagy was graduated from St. Joseph Academy and attended Marylhurst college. She is a grad- uate of Stanford university, and has been employed as a medical technologist in a clinic at San Mateo, Cal. Her husband is presi- dent of Amco Chemical Corp., in San Francisco. He attended Lou- isiana State University and served in the armed forces in the Euro- pean theater during the war. Besides members of the imme- diate family of the bridegroom and a few close friends, guests were Mr. and Mrs. Regan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Makins (Margaret Mary Beauchene), Miss Theresa Beauchene who is study- ing at Lone Mountain Women's college at San Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs. George Makins of Berk- eley. Edward Makins is a junior in the University of California dental school at San Francisco. ELLENSBURG IN ELLENSBUI IT'S- "Do' and 'Mose' WIPPEL'S FOOD MART QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH & CURED MEATS Apostolic Delegate Baptizes Neff Twins Tacoma News Section J General Is Sponsor In Tokyo Ceremony Ethel Honnon E9on, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor ]133 • in Japan, is shown in this picture baptising twin I children of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson B. Neff, formerly of Olympia and Tacoma, and now residing in Tokyo. In the picture also are Brig. General and Mrs. Patrick H. Tansey, sponsors for the children, Nelson Bernard Neff H and Mary Alice Neff. The priest in Pit Cllael tl. IVl., head of the Maryknoll Mission band in Japan. Mr. Neff, who served as a colonel during the war, now is a civilian member of General MaeArthur's staff with the title, chief-of-welfare division, pub- lic health and welfare section, SCAP). Before the war he was connected with the Washington state welfare -divisien. Breakfast Meeting ,Visitation Sod00.lity SISTER M, VINCENT For St. Joseph Holy -U-..- DL-....-. ., . . . . . To ltlt00¥00 I.,JULIrI6LJULI00L00 rome :)ociery 3unoay • .... . , "00Ur VISITATIuN " NUNS • rarty un Juesoayl YAKIMA•--The Holy Name So- " • " CALLED TO REWARD ciety members will receive Cam- TACOMA " Visitation Parish • • h i * -- ] mumon m a ody at the 8 o• clock Young Ladies, Sodality will hold a Mass on Sunday, Dec 14 m St A " ' Christmas party, Tuesday night,! TACOMA.--Funeral services for Joseph church breakfast meet • "1 " i" - Dec. 16, at the home of Betty,]Sister M. Vincent, V.H.M:, 88 mg wl 1 be ned later. Pauline and Agnes Boespflug, 5606]years old, who died Saturday at South Warner Streetl just one J Visitation Villa, took place Man- Mrs H HimmeJsbach block from Visitation Church. I day the Rev. J• F. Milner officiat- •. " . . There will be games, carols, ex-ling. Following the services in the Heads Mothers Club change of gifts and refreshments.] Villa chapel, the body of the de- - The decoration committee in-]ceased nun was laid to rest in the YAKIMA.-- Mrs. Harold Him- elude: Milla Marchesini, Joyce!Sisters' plot at Calvary. melsbach was elected president of Stojak, Beverly Morris and Betty i Sister Mary Vincent Van Valk- the Marquette Mothers club at a Boespflug. [enberg was a native of Milwaukee meeting Wednesday. She succeedsl Entertainment is m..charge of Wis., and received her education at Mrs. Gerald Gervais. I Joyce Pitzer and Barbara Geary the. Academy conducted by Sisters Other officers elected were: Vice-president, Mrs. C. S. Milne; treasurer, Mrs. Leonard Cockrill; corresponding secretary, :Mrs. Ted Regimbal; recording see. Mrs• Clyde Suver of EHensburg and Mrs. Lloyd Ke//ey manager of the Catholic Gift shop. The Rev. Father Bernard Nixon. S. J., was the guest speaker. The next meeting will be on January 7 in Marquette high school and the husbands will be guests• St. Leo Mothers' Club Plans Party As December Event TACOMA• -- St. Leo Mothers' Club will hold its traditional Christmas party, Wednesday, Dec• 17. Luncheon will be at 12 noon in the social hall, a short business session will follow and a Christ- mas program, to be given by the children of St. Leo School. Mrs. Frank Peterson, social chairman, has designated mothers of 3rd and 4th grade students as luncheon hostesses• Bellarmine Cadets Plan Military Ball TACOMA. -- Bellarmine High School plans its annual military ball for Saturday, December 20, a t t h e Bellarmine gymnasium. Decorations will feature a com- bination of military and Christ- mas motif• Cadet Lt. Rinaldo D'Olivo is general chairman, with a commit- tee including Nell Jones, Thomas Brady, Earl Zini, Timothy'Keeiy. John Bachman, Phillip Titus, Will- iam Saletic, Neal Kuhn, David Zu- kowski, John Gilligan, Joseph Rol- ler and Raymond Knelleken. Holy Rosary H. N. Men To Receive • TACOMA.--Holy Name men of Holy Rosary parish will receive Holy Communion at the. 7:30 o'clock Mass Sunday, Dec. 14. A breakfast will be held later in the parish hall at which time officers will be elected• St. Vincent de Paul Society Will meet Monday at Holy Rosary Church. Catechism instruction for chil- dren not attending a "Catholic school Will be held at Holy Rosary school Monday at 3:45 p. m. Y. L. I. Committees Named By President TACOMA.--Mrs. Arthur Gaud- ette, president of Y. L• I., has named as the vis'ting committee for December, Mesdames J u 1 i e Kelly, Mary Lucich, Kay Mantz, Margaret Callahan, Kathleen Lay- ton, Gladys Morris and Ann Mad- den. The Y• L• I. Christmas party will e held Dec. 22. and on refreshment committee are Barbara Walthier, Virginia. Ver- her,. Beverly Verner, Lorraine Ereth, Mirrnie Eckroth, Josephine Eckroth, Diane Vvqlltams, Patricia Williams, Dolores.Lane, Dorothy Slusher, Mari e Ladeis, Eileen j O'Loughlin, Loretta Bullinger, Lil. lian Hoffman, Mary Brennan, and Mary Ewing. " W. A. Murray, Native $ Of Tacoma, Dies In North Hollywood TACOMA.--Requiem Mass was offered for W. A. Murray, Dec. 6 at St. Francis De Sales Church in North Hollywood. Mr. Murray wts born. in St. Paul, Minn. July 25, 1885 and came to Tacoma with his parents in 1888. He married the former Katheryn Ellis of Tacoma, and after residing there for some time, the couple went to Minneapolis, Minn•, Green Bay, Wls. and finally to North Hollywood where they have resided the past 15 years• He was a member of the Holy Name Society. He is survived by his wife; four daughters in California; two sis- ters, Mrs. Martin Byrne, Seattle, and MrS. W. A. McDonald, Ta- coma, and three brothers, Frank, Thomas and James, all of Ta- coma. Mrs. Adela Baker Is Buried From the Holy Rosary Church TACOMA•--Requiem Mass was solemnized at Holy Rosary Church, Thursday, for Mrs. Adela Baker, 69 years old, who died Dec. 8 at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Anderson, 1201 Norhh Oakes. The body was laid to rest in Calvary beside her husband, Samuel G. Baker, who passed away ben years ago. Mrs. Baker,'-who had been with her sister the past tWo months was taken ill only a few hours before she died but she passed away com- forted .by reception of the Last Sacraments, and in complete res- ignation to the Will of God. A native of De Graft, Minn., she came to Tacoma in 1898 and taught for 20 years in the Tacoma public schools. She leaves to mourn her loss, four sisters, Mrs. A. L. Thompson, Los Angeles, Mrs. D. J. Sweeney, Eugene, Mrs. C. W. Sands, New York and Mrs. A. E. Anderson, Tacoma. OZANAM CIRCLE TO MEET TACOMA. -- Ozanam Circle 5 will meet Wednesday, Dec. 17. with George Sharp, 6218 South Puget Sound• Bridge games will start at 1:30 p.m. of the Immaculate Heart in Mon- roe, Mich. She taught in the Michigan public schools for sever- al years and in 1888 entered the I), C, C, W, GROUPS CONTII00UE .DRIVE ER WAR RELIEF Visitation Convent in Cardome, Kentucky• She came to Tacoma with the Visitation Sisters in 1907 and for 25 years taught at the Academy on Yakima Avenue and later at the Villa. Fifteen years ago her sight be- gan to fail and she has been total- ly ]5lind since 1937. •"Sister's blindness only seemed to intensify her spirit of prayer," said one of the Visitation nuns of the .Villa. "She was especially devoted to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and Our Lady's Scapular. She died on TACOMA -- Western Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, is continuing its drive for used clothing to be sent to war suffers in European nations• As has been the case in the past two yeprs, St. Patrick parish unit was first to complete the drive with over 1600 pounds of clean, usable clothing sent to.the N.C.C.W. de- pot in New York. Sts. Peter and Paul unit, the newest affiliation in Western Deanery, ccmpleted its drive last week and St. Andrew parish, Sumner, will finish the drive this week. Other parish affiliations which are conducting the campaign are St. Leo, Visitation, Holy Rosary, Sacred Heart, Holy Cross, St• Ann, all of Tacoma, All Saints,, Puyallup, and St. Aloysius, Buckiey. Women of Catholic Women's Club, Cath- olic Daughters of America and Y.L.I., all affiliated with D.C.C.W., have assisted in the drives, of their parishes. "We will not end the drive un- til,every affiliation has done its part," said Mrs. Stephen Michael, deanery president. "The need is so tremendous that we cannot o too much. I urg e every waman to go through her closets and give all she can." Mrs. J. J. Reuter is deanery chairmun for Catholic War Relief• Sanctuary Society Of Holy.Cross To Hold Christmas Party TACOMA. -- Three Guilds of Holy Cross Sanctuary Society, St. Martha, St. Mary, and St. Teresa, will hold their annual Christmas party today (Friday) at the Holy Cross Guild hall, North 44th and Shirley. The program of games will begin at 2 p.m. and each guest is asked to bring a gift, of about 25 cent value, to be used as game prizes. Refreshments will be served at 4 p.m. With Mesdames F. K. Kirk, George Leahy, .Edward Taylor, A• C. Goosman, E. P. Titus, Ed Gai- lagher, John GilIman and Joseph Surino in charge• This party will also be the oc- casion of a gift shower for the Sisters who staff Holy Cross school. Gifts of canned food, fruit or money will be acceptable. Catholic Daughters To Enjoy-Holiday the first Saturday of the month, a day now devoted to Our Lady of Party December 15 Fatima. Almost her last words, were 'Our Lady will take care of  .......... - ..... , ,, I A..U-_•-- L;al:nOllC uaugnters me today • . __ . ]of America will meet on Monday She is surwvea Iy a sm.ter, Mrs. ]evening at 8 p.m. in St. Leo's par- Joseph Hermes, and by meces and mh ai I" h 1 for their annual Christ- nephews, all of Monroe, Mmh m • • ] as party. There will be a gaily "decorated tree and an exchange .a ,,,. tV;S;l'l';O" Yilh of little gifts. Singing of Christ- mas carols will be in charge of the orgast, Robert Medved. Supper will be served by a com- m-ttee which includes Mrs. C. E. Henriot, Mrs. Bruce Nobles, Mrs. M. J. Millie, Mrs. H. P. Medved. Miss Winifred Henriot and Miss Gertrude Herring. Sankovich-Wakefield Rites At St. Patrick Girls To Present Christmas Pageant Students of Visitation Villa will give a Christmas program Friday, December 19, at 1:30 p. m. for their parents and friends• ,The principal number will e a color- ful pageant in which all the scenes and personages connected with the Birth of Christ will be represent- ed. The girls who will take the prin- cipal parts in the cast are: Judy Blinn, Frances Chase, Estelle Con- noly, Mary E. Davidson, Kathleen Elvins, Donna Gorman, Marian Julum, Jacqueline Knox, Karin Kraus, L o u i s e Nase, A_rdythe Norris, Anita Peterson, Betty May and Betty June Scheuerman, Lo- TACOMA. -- The marriage of Miss Amelia Sankovich, daughter of Mrs. Rose Sankovich and the late Michael Sankovich, and Ed- ward S. Wakefield of Auburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wakefield, Auburn, took place recently at St. Patrick Church. The Rev. Henry Buckman officiated and celebrated the nuptial Mass. retta Taylor, Margaret Thompson, The bride, walking to the altar • " " " I "th h r brother, John Sankovich, and Patrxcm Whzte wz e All vocal numbers, including a twas lovely in a gown of ice blue Christmas cantata, will be sup-lslipper satin, designed with basque lied by the Hantal Choralers, un P -[bodice, and full skirt sweeping to der the directmn of Mrs Fred " " • l a semi-train..Her veil was finger- Meyers. J tip length and fell from a coronet Announce Birth of Son of seed pearls and oraLge blos- soms. She carried a white prayer book With white orchids, bouvar- dia and streamers of maline. Mrs. Stanley Sepic, matron of honor for her sister, wore rose moire taffeta, and carried a col- onial bouquet of pink roses, bou- vardia ' and. white mums. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Richard Walsh and Mrs. John Lorens of Portland, wore aqua moire taffeta and car- ried pink carnations, bourvardia and pompom mums. John Lorenz was best man for the bridegroom, and ushers were Stanley Sepic and Richard Walsh. A wedding breakfast was held for the bridal party and relatives, and an e,ening reception at the Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club was attended by 200 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield then left for a motor trip to California. The new home will be in Tacoma. TACOMA. -- To Tacoma has come news of the birth in Wash- ington, D. C. of a son, their first child, Dec. 4, to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Petrich. The-little one has been named Peter Thomas. Mrs. Petrich is the former Mimi Horan of Seattle and grandparents sharing in the joy are Mr..and Mrs. Thomas Horan, Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Petrich, Tacoma. Mr. John Petrich is attending Georgetown University. CENTENNIAL BOOKS YAKIMA. -- P. A. Gaul an- nounces that s e v e r a 1 hundred books of the Yakima Valley Cath- olic Centennial are for sale at his home" on 928 Wright avenue fox Sa.00. ]To Preach Mission DISTRICT MEETING In New Church OF HOLY NAME SOCIETIES SUNDAY 'FATHER CHARLES 3UVER, S.J. The Rev. Charles Suver,,S. J., will preach a nlission in the• new St. John of the Wood parish, Mid- land, beginning Sunday, Dec. 14. The new church will be dedicated Sunday, with the Right Jev. Mon- signor W. J. Noonan, pastor of St. Patrick parish, Tacoma, offici- ating in  the ceremonies which will begin at 10:30 a. m. The Rev. Robert E. Logan is pastor of St. John of the Woods parish• TACOMA. -- Holy Name Soci- eties of Nativity and Epiphany dis- tricts will hold a joint quarterly meeting on Sunday, December 14, at Visitation parish club rooms, So. 58th and Warner, Tacoma. The meeting Will be called to or- der hy Chairman John Reba, at 2 p. m. Father MacDonald, S.J, of Bellarmine High School will be guest speaker• The meeting will close with ben- ediction iri Visitation Church• Fa- ther Milner of St. Ann is modera- tor of Nativity D:strict mad Fath- er Krebsbach, S.J., of St. Leo is moderator of Epiphany District. TURKEY PARTY AT HOtY ROSARY HALL TO BENEFIT PARISH TACOMA--Parishioners of Holy Rosary will sponsor an evening of games at Holy Rosary School Hail, starting at 7:30 Saturday evening, Dec. 13. Turkeys will be awarded as pri.es. Men of the parish will be in charge of the games. There will also be booths for other at- tractions• Two large dolls, beauti- fully dressed as a bride andbrides- St. Martin's Drama maid, donated by Mrs. Stephen G "!/ .  . Tracy, with a cammittee consist- tmu m rre00nt ing of Mrs. Rodrick Chisholm and • - - / ; : ..... , ....... ,: [Mrs, John G: schneider in•charge, Comedy at St. Leo Will be disposed of during the l evening. Other awards include a - Firestone bicycle for either a boy TACOMA• -- St. Martm College I . or grl, donated by the Holy Ros Drama Guild Will present the de-I . . - ,, cry Altar Somety wth a cam lightful comedy, Three Men on a[ , " norse'"" weanesaav--"- '- and xTursdav  mittee of Mrs. Albert Schneider evenin-s Dec 17-and 18 at St. and Mrs Robert Thaden in charge , . , • • ...... The la is a Mrs Fred Kelsey heads the re- :t o?l:ghmTrom starPt t finish f:?:nc Cs.it?: v SJoh Mrs. and the college cast chosen to. . J , . e o nson, ........ ars harvey Penno and Mrs Wes- enac me pars makes un use. . "_" . . • . . icy urooaer as assistants Lunch of all the opportumtms for corn- . .... • ed wm oe served throughout the eve- Y" . ning. All are welcome Tacoma students m the cast are ....... U . • .,mr Soezety rarty Don McKenzie and John Madd0cK; Th .... e nay ttosary Altar Socmty other members of the cast a r e announces its annual Christmas Mike Berger, John Baker off H0- party at the Holy Rosary School quiam, Flavia McDonnell, joan hall for Wednesday, Dec. 17 at- 1 Fay, Barbara Bowler, Betty Swit- p. m. The regular, monthly meet- enburg, Olympia. ing will be held, followed by re- freshments served by a committee Rev. JamesLinden, S.J., consisting of Mrs. John Zajec, Is Speaker At Meeting chairman, Mrs. Fred Kelsey, Mrs. Rodrick Chisholm and Mrs. Wes- 0 Tacoma w]ers ley Brooder. Christmas gifts will be exchanged and a social hour en- TACOMA.--The Rev. James V. joyed• All members are urged to Linden, S. J., dean of Gonzaga cme, and if possible, bring a new Univ4rsity Law College, was ban- member. This party will end a ored guest and, speaker at the successful year for the Holy Ros- meeting of the Tacoma Bar Amsoci_ cry Altar society. ation lastFriday noon• The meet- ing was held With luncheon at the PERSONALS Rudder Club. Father Linden , a TACOMA. -- Sgt. Leo L. Bing graduate of Marquette Universityl of the U. S. Army visited Sunday Milwaukee," taught at old St. Leo with his father, William T. Bing, High School before entering the 524 South 32nd , and his brother, Jesuit Order. Edward BinD. Season's Greetings! "GIVE HIM A CLUB CHAIR FOR CHRISTMAS. "SHE WOULD ENJOY A SWING ROCKER" Lasting Gifts From Thadens' Furniture & Upholstery :Center & Jay Sts. Br. 2364 N O,T I C.E, To Residents of Tacoma and Immediate Vicinity: If you Wish to receive one of our Beau00ul 1948 Church Art Calendars with our com- pliments, please send us your name and address at once. NAME ................................... :.:_: ...............  ............ : ................... ADDRESS .................. : .................................................................. TACOMA, ZONE ......... PARISH ........................................ Please Print Use Pencil ¥ Theodore6affney Mortuary So. 10th and Yakima A;e. Tacoma 3 I -PdeTwo CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, December 12, 1947 YAKIMA NEWS By Mrs. Ray Fountaine---Phonb 3061 Yakima Knights Confer First Degree YAKIMA.---The Knights of Col- umbus conferred the first degree upon 13 candidates, Friday. They are: Roy J. Klein, John J. Roller, John Wingenbach, Gerald Enright, • George Heintz, John Roberts, WiN ]iam W. Hunter, Mike Briski, Wil- liam Urlacher, John C. Chart, Vin- cent Chart, Joseph J. Chott and Ralph Robel. These men will receive the sec- ond and ltlhird degrees in January• Henry L. Schmidt, Father of Fourteen, Dies, Aged 61 m YAKIMA•--Requiem high Mass was offered in St• Joseph Church, Wednesday, for Henry L. Schmidt, 61, who passed away in his home on Sunday morning. Rev. Francis J. Schoenberg, S. J., officiated. Mr. Sehmidt had lived in Yakima four years. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; eight sons, Paul, Frank, Jack, Peter, Thomas, Leo, the Woman's Century clubhouse with Mrs. William Radford in charge• Mrs. Robel Wolney, assisted by ]Vlrs. Frank Mullins, is in charge of a Christmas basket for a needy family. Others assisting Mrs. Radford in the Christmas party are Mrs. Har_ old Him .melsbach, Mrs. John Lang, :Mrs. Frank Faucher, Mrs: Frank Muliins, Mrs• Ray Bailey, Mrs. Nels Moberg, Mrs. George Brock, Mrs. A. J. Squire and Mrs. John LynSh. Mrs• Wilbur Sandner was ap- pointed vice grand regent of the C. D. A. at their meeting Monday. The appointment fills the vacancy made by the resignation of Mrs. John Kelley• Mrs. L. F. Fettgather presided at the business meeting. Y. L. I. Study Club Hears Book Reviews Wilfred and Charles all of Yakima; C D A Chri six daughters Miss Anna Schmidt, • . . stmas Mrs Katherine Koffler, Mrs• Rose P ty N t M d Reiter, Mrs. Elizabeth Messer and ar ex on ay Mrs. Helen Keller all of Yakima, and Mrs. Pauline Cowley of Port- YAKIMA.--The C. D. A. will land, Ore.; one sister, Mrs. Kath- hold a Christmas party and gift erine Boehm of Santa Rosa, Cal.. exchange on Monday, Dec. 15 in land 20 grandchildren'. / Pallbearers were John Wald, /Mike Maser, Joe Thomas, Adam /Heintz, Henry Reether and Max Gieser. Rosary services were held [in the Church on Tuesday evening• i Burial was n Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Emma Grommesch I Dies, Aged 80 Years YAKIMA. -- The Young :Ladies Institute Study club met, Monday, in the home of Mrs. Jack McQuil- kin with Mrs. Ray Goulet assist- ing the hostess• Mrs. Ray Foun- taine was program chairman. Book reviews were given by Mrs• Anthony Weist, Jr., Mrs. Leo SainSbury. Mrs. William G. Thom- son and Miss Lois Peterson. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Pete Nagier on January 12 with Mrs. Anthony t 'Weist, Jr., assisting the hostess• Miss Isabelle Grommesch will be • program dhairman. The Rev. Theo- dare P. Sullivan will explain the use Qf the :Mass and the Missal. St. Mortha Guild " Members Hospitalized YAKIMA.--Mrs. John Markel of Terrace Heights was injured in a two-car collision on Tuesday, Dec. 9. Mrs. Casper Miller was taken ,to St. Elizabeth hospital on Man- flay with a serious ailment. Mrs. George Baehm has returned home from St. Elizabeth Hospital where she received a blood transfusion. All three of these women are menbers of St. Marflm guild. Pantry "Shower For ..... Sisters At Academy -YAKIMA.--Santa Claus paid a lre-Christmas visit to Sisters of St. Joseph Academy, Sunday. Un- :der leadership of Mrs. James Col- ombo and Mrs. M. P. Bischoff, the St. Joseph Altar Society sponsored a successful pantry shower for the benefit of the Sisters. Sodalists Ship Gifts To Mission Children YAKIMA. -- Members of Our Lady Sodality shipped their us- ual Christmas gifts this week to children of the Northern Missions in Saskatchewan. Fol- years each Sodalist has chosen a protege among the natives of the schools conducted by the Sisters of Char- ity of Providence in mission fields and has made some child happy by her personal gift. YAKIMA Multz Insurance VIC SAYS: When a loss occurs, that's when service counts. AUTO, FIRE & ALL TYPES INSURANCE RELL&BLE COMPANIES 106 S• 2rid St. Phone 6362 :YAKIMA I Gregory Q. Roth PAINTING CONTRACTOR Phone 4013 508 No. 6___  St. YaMms Sea Foods GRAND CENTRAL 16 NORTH FOURTH STREET Phone 9551 Yalthna If It's FLgh We Have It YAKIMA.--Requiem high Mass was offered in St. Joseph Church on Tuesday for Mrs. Emma G. Grommesch, 80, who passed away in her home n Friday afternoon• Rev. Francis J. Schoenberg, S. J., officiated. Mrs. Grommesch was born in Marystown, Minnesota, and had lived in Yakima for the past 37 years. She is Survived by0ne son, Philip; three daughters, Mrs. Hil- degarde Lowden of Walla Walls, Miss Isabelle Grommesch and Mrs. Veronica Brock of Yakima; one brother, Albert Hartman of Yak- ima; 13 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Leo Sainsbury, Nels Moberg, Theodore Kohls, Ed O'Brien, J. J. Sullivan and H. O' Reilly. Burial was in Calvary cem- etery. Requiem Mass For Mrs. Mary Loftus YAKIMA.--Requiem high Mass was offered in St. Paul Church, Thursday, for Mrs. Mary Loftus, Yakima pioneer, who passed away in St. Elizabeth Hospital on Tues- day. The Ray. Thomas A. Edwards officiated. Mrs. Loftus was born in Boone, Iowa. She came to Yakima in 1889 With her husband, the late Michael Loftus, railroad man who retired in 1928. She was a member of St. Martha Guild. Mrs. Loftus is survived by a son, M. T. Loftus of Yakima; a sister, Mrs. Katherine Loftus of Omaha, Neb.; and one grandson, Bernard Loftus of Yakima. Miss June Makins Wed In San Francisco YAIA.-- Miss June Makins, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Makins, of Selah, became the bride of Louis Nagy, of San Francisco, on November 29 in St. Cecilia Church. The Rev. Felix M. Flynn officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an afternoon dress of blue crepe and carried a prayerbook covered with baby orchids and lilies of the valley. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Timothy Regan (Mary Jean) of Mllbrae, Calif., who wore a pink wool dress and carried a bou- quet of pink roses and pink bou- vardia. The best man was Ernest Nagy. Mrs. Nagy was graduated from St. Joseph Academy and attended Marylhurst college. She is a grad- uate of Stanford university, and has been employed as a medical technologist in a clinic at San Mateo, Cal. Her husband is presi- dent of Amco Chemical Corp., in San Francisco. He attended Lou- isiana State University and served in the armed forces in the Euro- pean theater during the war. Besides members of the imme- diate family of the bridegroom and a few close friends, guests were Mr. and Mrs. Regan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Makins (Margaret Mary Beauchene), Miss Theresa Beauchene who is study- ing at Lone Mountain Women's college at San Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs. George Makins of Berk- eley. Edward Makins is a junior in the University of California dental school at San Francisco. ELLENSBURG IN ELLENSBUI IT'S- "Do' and 'Mose' WIPPEL'S FOOD MART QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH & CURED MEATS Apostolic Delegate Baptizes Neff Twins Tacoma News Section J General Is Sponsor In Tokyo Ceremony Ethel Honnon E9on, Tacoma Staff Correspondent. Phone PRoctor ]133 • in Japan, is shown in this picture baptising twin I children of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson B. Neff, formerly of Olympia and Tacoma, and now residing in Tokyo. In the picture also are Brig. General and Mrs. Patrick H. Tansey, sponsors for the children, Nelson Bernard Neff H and Mary Alice Neff. The priest in Pit Cllael tl. IVl., head of the Maryknoll Mission band in Japan. Mr. Neff, who served as a colonel during the war, now is a civilian member of General MaeArthur's staff with the title, chief-of-welfare division, pub- lic health and welfare section, SCAP). Before the war he was connected with the Washington state welfare -divisien. Breakfast Meeting ,Visitation Sod00.lity SISTER M, VINCENT For St. Joseph Holy -U-..- DL-....-. ., . . . . . To ltlt00¥00 I.,JULIrI6LJULI00L00 rome :)ociery 3unoay • .... . , "00Ur VISITATIuN " NUNS • rarty un Juesoayl YAKIMA•--The Holy Name So- " • " CALLED TO REWARD ciety members will receive Cam- TACOMA " Visitation Parish • • h i * -- ] mumon m a ody at the 8 o• clock Young Ladies, Sodality will hold a Mass on Sunday, Dec 14 m St A " ' Christmas party, Tuesday night,! TACOMA.--Funeral services for Joseph church breakfast meet • "1 " i" - Dec. 16, at the home of Betty,]Sister M. Vincent, V.H.M:, 88 mg wl 1 be ned later. Pauline and Agnes Boespflug, 5606]years old, who died Saturday at South Warner Streetl just one J Visitation Villa, took place Man- Mrs H HimmeJsbach block from Visitation Church. I day the Rev. J• F. Milner officiat- •. " . . There will be games, carols, ex-ling. Following the services in the Heads Mothers Club change of gifts and refreshments.] Villa chapel, the body of the de- - The decoration committee in-]ceased nun was laid to rest in the YAKIMA.-- Mrs. Harold Him- elude: Milla Marchesini, Joyce!Sisters' plot at Calvary. melsbach was elected president of Stojak, Beverly Morris and Betty i Sister Mary Vincent Van Valk- the Marquette Mothers club at a Boespflug. [enberg was a native of Milwaukee meeting Wednesday. She succeedsl Entertainment is m..charge of Wis., and received her education at Mrs. Gerald Gervais. I Joyce Pitzer and Barbara Geary the. Academy conducted by Sisters Other officers elected were: Vice-president, Mrs. C. S. Milne; treasurer, Mrs. Leonard Cockrill; corresponding secretary, :Mrs. Ted Regimbal; recording see. Mrs• Clyde Suver of EHensburg and Mrs. Lloyd Ke//ey manager of the Catholic Gift shop. The Rev. Father Bernard Nixon. S. J., was the guest speaker. The next meeting will be on January 7 in Marquette high school and the husbands will be guests• St. Leo Mothers' Club Plans Party As December Event TACOMA• -- St. Leo Mothers' Club will hold its traditional Christmas party, Wednesday, Dec• 17. Luncheon will be at 12 noon in the social hall, a short business session will follow and a Christ- mas program, to be given by the children of St. Leo School. Mrs. Frank Peterson, social chairman, has designated mothers of 3rd and 4th grade students as luncheon hostesses• Bellarmine Cadets Plan Military Ball TACOMA. -- Bellarmine High School plans its annual military ball for Saturday, December 20, a t t h e Bellarmine gymnasium. Decorations will feature a com- bination of military and Christ- mas motif• Cadet Lt. Rinaldo D'Olivo is general chairman, with a commit- tee including Nell Jones, Thomas Brady, Earl Zini, Timothy'Keeiy. John Bachman, Phillip Titus, Will- iam Saletic, Neal Kuhn, David Zu- kowski, John Gilligan, Joseph Rol- ler and Raymond Knelleken. Holy Rosary H. N. Men To Receive • TACOMA.--Holy Name men of Holy Rosary parish will receive Holy Communion at the. 7:30 o'clock Mass Sunday, Dec. 14. A breakfast will be held later in the parish hall at which time officers will be elected• St. Vincent de Paul Society Will meet Monday at Holy Rosary Church. Catechism instruction for chil- dren not attending a "Catholic school Will be held at Holy Rosary school Monday at 3:45 p. m. Y. L. I. Committees Named By President TACOMA.--Mrs. Arthur Gaud- ette, president of Y. L• I., has named as the vis'ting committee for December, Mesdames J u 1 i e Kelly, Mary Lucich, Kay Mantz, Margaret Callahan, Kathleen Lay- ton, Gladys Morris and Ann Mad- den. The Y• L• I. Christmas party will e held Dec. 22. and on refreshment committee are Barbara Walthier, Virginia. Ver- her,. Beverly Verner, Lorraine Ereth, Mirrnie Eckroth, Josephine Eckroth, Diane Vvqlltams, Patricia Williams, Dolores.Lane, Dorothy Slusher, Mari e Ladeis, Eileen j O'Loughlin, Loretta Bullinger, Lil. lian Hoffman, Mary Brennan, and Mary Ewing. " W. A. Murray, Native $ Of Tacoma, Dies In North Hollywood TACOMA.--Requiem Mass was offered for W. A. Murray, Dec. 6 at St. Francis De Sales Church in North Hollywood. Mr. Murray wts born. in St. Paul, Minn. July 25, 1885 and came to Tacoma with his parents in 1888. He married the former Katheryn Ellis of Tacoma, and after residing there for some time, the couple went to Minneapolis, Minn•, Green Bay, Wls. and finally to North Hollywood where they have resided the past 15 years• He was a member of the Holy Name Society. He is survived by his wife; four daughters in California; two sis- ters, Mrs. Martin Byrne, Seattle, and MrS. W. A. McDonald, Ta- coma, and three brothers, Frank, Thomas and James, all of Ta- coma. Mrs. Adela Baker Is Buried From the Holy Rosary Church TACOMA•--Requiem Mass was solemnized at Holy Rosary Church, Thursday, for Mrs. Adela Baker, 69 years old, who died Dec. 8 at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Anderson, 1201 Norhh Oakes. The body was laid to rest in Calvary beside her husband, Samuel G. Baker, who passed away ben years ago. Mrs. Baker,'-who had been with her sister the past tWo months was taken ill only a few hours before she died but she passed away com- forted .by reception of the Last Sacraments, and in complete res- ignation to the Will of God. A native of De Graft, Minn., she came to Tacoma in 1898 and taught for 20 years in the Tacoma public schools. She leaves to mourn her loss, four sisters, Mrs. A. L. Thompson, Los Angeles, Mrs. D. J. Sweeney, Eugene, Mrs. C. W. Sands, New York and Mrs. A. E. Anderson, Tacoma. OZANAM CIRCLE TO MEET TACOMA. -- Ozanam Circle 5 will meet Wednesday, Dec. 17. with George Sharp, 6218 South Puget Sound• Bridge games will start at 1:30 p.m. of the Immaculate Heart in Mon- roe, Mich. She taught in the Michigan public schools for sever- al years and in 1888 entered the I), C, C, W, GROUPS CONTII00UE .DRIVE ER WAR RELIEF Visitation Convent in Cardome, Kentucky• She came to Tacoma with the Visitation Sisters in 1907 and for 25 years taught at the Academy on Yakima Avenue and later at the Villa. Fifteen years ago her sight be- gan to fail and she has been total- ly ]5lind since 1937. •"Sister's blindness only seemed to intensify her spirit of prayer," said one of the Visitation nuns of the .Villa. "She was especially devoted to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and Our Lady's Scapular. She died on TACOMA -- Western Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, is continuing its drive for used clothing to be sent to war suffers in European nations• As has been the case in the past two yeprs, St. Patrick parish unit was first to complete the drive with over 1600 pounds of clean, usable clothing sent to.the N.C.C.W. de- pot in New York. Sts. Peter and Paul unit, the newest affiliation in Western Deanery, ccmpleted its drive last week and St. Andrew parish, Sumner, will finish the drive this week. Other parish affiliations which are conducting the campaign are St. Leo, Visitation, Holy Rosary, Sacred Heart, Holy Cross, St• Ann, all of Tacoma, All Saints,, Puyallup, and St. Aloysius, Buckiey. Women of Catholic Women's Club, Cath- olic Daughters of America and Y.L.I., all affiliated with D.C.C.W., have assisted in the drives, of their parishes. "We will not end the drive un- til,every affiliation has done its part," said Mrs. Stephen Michael, deanery president. "The need is so tremendous that we cannot o too much. I urg e every waman to go through her closets and give all she can." Mrs. J. J. Reuter is deanery chairmun for Catholic War Relief• Sanctuary Society Of Holy.Cross To Hold Christmas Party TACOMA. -- Three Guilds of Holy Cross Sanctuary Society, St. Martha, St. Mary, and St. Teresa, will hold their annual Christmas party today (Friday) at the Holy Cross Guild hall, North 44th and Shirley. The program of games will begin at 2 p.m. and each guest is asked to bring a gift, of about 25 cent value, to be used as game prizes. Refreshments will be served at 4 p.m. With Mesdames F. K. Kirk, George Leahy, .Edward Taylor, A• C. Goosman, E. P. Titus, Ed Gai- lagher, John GilIman and Joseph Surino in charge• This party will also be the oc- casion of a gift shower for the Sisters who staff Holy Cross school. Gifts of canned food, fruit or money will be acceptable. Catholic Daughters To Enjoy-Holiday the first Saturday of the month, a day now devoted to Our Lady of Party December 15 Fatima. Almost her last words, were 'Our Lady will take care of  .......... - ..... , ,, I A..U-_•-- L;al:nOllC uaugnters me today • . __ . ]of America will meet on Monday She is surwvea Iy a sm.ter, Mrs. ]evening at 8 p.m. in St. Leo's par- Joseph Hermes, and by meces and mh ai I" h 1 for their annual Christ- nephews, all of Monroe, Mmh m • • ] as party. There will be a gaily "decorated tree and an exchange .a ,,,. tV;S;l'l';O" Yilh of little gifts. Singing of Christ- mas carols will be in charge of the orgast, Robert Medved. Supper will be served by a com- m-ttee which includes Mrs. C. E. Henriot, Mrs. Bruce Nobles, Mrs. M. J. Millie, Mrs. H. P. Medved. Miss Winifred Henriot and Miss Gertrude Herring. Sankovich-Wakefield Rites At St. Patrick Girls To Present Christmas Pageant Students of Visitation Villa will give a Christmas program Friday, December 19, at 1:30 p. m. for their parents and friends• ,The principal number will e a color- ful pageant in which all the scenes and personages connected with the Birth of Christ will be represent- ed. The girls who will take the prin- cipal parts in the cast are: Judy Blinn, Frances Chase, Estelle Con- noly, Mary E. Davidson, Kathleen Elvins, Donna Gorman, Marian Julum, Jacqueline Knox, Karin Kraus, L o u i s e Nase, A_rdythe Norris, Anita Peterson, Betty May and Betty June Scheuerman, Lo- TACOMA. -- The marriage of Miss Amelia Sankovich, daughter of Mrs. Rose Sankovich and the late Michael Sankovich, and Ed- ward S. Wakefield of Auburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wakefield, Auburn, took place recently at St. Patrick Church. The Rev. Henry Buckman officiated and celebrated the nuptial Mass. retta Taylor, Margaret Thompson, The bride, walking to the altar • " " " I "th h r brother, John Sankovich, and Patrxcm Whzte wz e All vocal numbers, including a twas lovely in a gown of ice blue Christmas cantata, will be sup-lslipper satin, designed with basque lied by the Hantal Choralers, un P -[bodice, and full skirt sweeping to der the directmn of Mrs Fred " " • l a semi-train..Her veil was finger- Meyers. J tip length and fell from a coronet Announce Birth of Son of seed pearls and oraLge blos- soms. She carried a white prayer book With white orchids, bouvar- dia and streamers of maline. Mrs. Stanley Sepic, matron of honor for her sister, wore rose moire taffeta, and carried a col- onial bouquet of pink roses, bou- vardia ' and. white mums. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Richard Walsh and Mrs. John Lorens of Portland, wore aqua moire taffeta and car- ried pink carnations, bourvardia and pompom mums. John Lorenz was best man for the bridegroom, and ushers were Stanley Sepic and Richard Walsh. A wedding breakfast was held for the bridal party and relatives, and an e,ening reception at the Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club was attended by 200 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield then left for a motor trip to California. The new home will be in Tacoma. TACOMA. -- To Tacoma has come news of the birth in Wash- ington, D. C. of a son, their first child, Dec. 4, to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Petrich. The-little one has been named Peter Thomas. Mrs. Petrich is the former Mimi Horan of Seattle and grandparents sharing in the joy are Mr..and Mrs. Thomas Horan, Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Petrich, Tacoma. Mr. John Petrich is attending Georgetown University. CENTENNIAL BOOKS YAKIMA. -- P. A. Gaul an- nounces that s e v e r a 1 hundred books of the Yakima Valley Cath- olic Centennial are for sale at his home" on 928 Wright avenue fox Sa.00. ]To Preach Mission DISTRICT MEETING In New Church OF HOLY NAME SOCIETIES SUNDAY 'FATHER CHARLES 3UVER, S.J. The Rev. Charles Suver,,S. J., will preach a nlission in the• new St. John of the Wood parish, Mid- land, beginning Sunday, Dec. 14. The new church will be dedicated Sunday, with the Right Jev. Mon- signor W. J. Noonan, pastor of St. Patrick parish, Tacoma, offici- ating in  the ceremonies which will begin at 10:30 a. m. The Rev. Robert E. Logan is pastor of St. John of the Woods parish• TACOMA. -- Holy Name Soci- eties of Nativity and Epiphany dis- tricts will hold a joint quarterly meeting on Sunday, December 14, at Visitation parish club rooms, So. 58th and Warner, Tacoma. The meeting Will be called to or- der hy Chairman John Reba, at 2 p. m. Father MacDonald, S.J, of Bellarmine High School will be guest speaker• The meeting will close with ben- ediction iri Visitation Church• Fa- ther Milner of St. Ann is modera- tor of Nativity D:strict mad Fath- er Krebsbach, S.J., of St. Leo is moderator of Epiphany District. TURKEY PARTY AT HOtY ROSARY HALL TO BENEFIT PARISH TACOMA--Parishioners of Holy Rosary will sponsor an evening of games at Holy Rosary School Hail, starting at 7:30 Saturday evening, Dec. 13. Turkeys will be awarded as pri.es. Men of the parish will be in charge of the games. There will also be booths for other at- tractions• Two large dolls, beauti- fully dressed as a bride andbrides- St. Martin's Drama maid, donated by Mrs. Stephen G "!/ .  . Tracy, with a cammittee consist- tmu m rre00nt ing of Mrs. Rodrick Chisholm and • - - / ; : ..... , ....... ,: [Mrs, John G: schneider in•charge, Comedy at St. Leo Will be disposed of during the l evening. Other awards include a - Firestone bicycle for either a boy TACOMA• -- St. Martm College I . or grl, donated by the Holy Ros Drama Guild Will present the de-I . . - ,, cry Altar Somety wth a cam lightful comedy, Three Men on a[ , " norse'"" weanesaav--"- '- and xTursdav  mittee of Mrs. Albert Schneider evenin-s Dec 17-and 18 at St. and Mrs Robert Thaden in charge , . , • • ...... The la is a Mrs Fred Kelsey heads the re- :t o?l:ghmTrom starPt t finish f:?:nc Cs.it?: v SJoh Mrs. and the college cast chosen to. . J , . e o nson, ........ ars harvey Penno and Mrs Wes- enac me pars makes un use. . "_" . . • . . icy urooaer as assistants Lunch of all the opportumtms for corn- . .... • ed wm oe served throughout the eve- Y" . ning. All are welcome Tacoma students m the cast are ....... U . • .,mr Soezety rarty Don McKenzie and John Madd0cK; Th .... e nay ttosary Altar Socmty other members of the cast a r e announces its annual Christmas Mike Berger, John Baker off H0- party at the Holy Rosary School quiam, Flavia McDonnell, joan hall for Wednesday, Dec. 17 at- 1 Fay, Barbara Bowler, Betty Swit- p. m. The regular, monthly meet- enburg, Olympia. ing will be held, followed by re- freshments served by a committee Rev. JamesLinden, S.J., consisting of Mrs. John Zajec, Is Speaker At Meeting chairman, Mrs. Fred Kelsey, Mrs. Rodrick Chisholm and Mrs. Wes- 0 Tacoma w]ers ley Brooder. Christmas gifts will be exchanged and a social hour en- TACOMA.--The Rev. James V. joyed• All members are urged to Linden, S. J., dean of Gonzaga cme, and if possible, bring a new Univ4rsity Law College, was ban- member. This party will end a ored guest and, speaker at the successful year for the Holy Ros- meeting of the Tacoma Bar Amsoci_ cry Altar society. ation lastFriday noon• The meet- ing was held With luncheon at the PERSONALS Rudder Club. Father Linden , a TACOMA. -- Sgt. Leo L. Bing graduate of Marquette Universityl of the U. S. Army visited Sunday Milwaukee," taught at old St. Leo with his father, William T. Bing, High School before entering the 524 South 32nd , and his brother, Jesuit Order. Edward BinD. Season's Greetings! "GIVE HIM A CLUB CHAIR FOR CHRISTMAS. "SHE WOULD ENJOY A SWING ROCKER" Lasting Gifts From Thadens' Furniture & Upholstery :Center & Jay Sts. Br. 2364 N O,T I C.E, To Residents of Tacoma and Immediate Vicinity: If you Wish to receive one of our Beau00ul 1948 Church Art Calendars with our com- pliments, please send us your name and address at once. NAME ................................... :.:_: ...............  ............ : ................... 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