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The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Pae Sixty-Seven YAKIMA Sarver Equipment Co. 506 South Fh'st Street Sales - Serriee - Installation Petroleum Equipment Bowser Pumps - Automotive Lifts Phone 27544 506 South First Street SEASON'S GREETINGS ROYAL CROWN ' COLA NEHI BEVERAGES Serve PAR-T-PAK Beverages Bottled in Yakima ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING O. Phone 4404 SEASON'S GREETINGS Yakhna Winkler Stoker Co.' We Sell, Install and Repair Commercial and Domestio Stokers, Oil Burners, and Furnaces SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 7 North First Street Phons 23139 or 5920 S. ALBERTSON CO., Inc. DAVE PRELUSKY Fruit Exchange Bldg. Phone 4500 ROGERS TIRE SERVICE Yakima's Most Modern ONE-STOP STATIQN Complete ,Automotive Service U. 8, TIRE DISTRIBUTOR Tire Reoapplhg & Repairing 501-503 So. 1st St. Phons 8482 HILLCREST MARKET Summitvlew and Hillcrest SELF SERVICE Groceries - Vegetables - Meat= Phones: 8152 and 8153 WE DELIVER COLYEAR MOTOR SALES Everything Automotive 202 S. 2nd St. PHONE 5171 Call For Snyder's Good Bread --Please Baked By Yaklma's Leading Bakery HI'WAY-MARKET Groceries -- Meats FRUITS and VEGETABLES OPEN DALLY Phons 6886 Cor. 5th Ave. & Walnut | BUREN SHEET METAL CO. HEATING - SHEET METAL AND AIR CONDITIONING Washington Ave. attd Broadway Phone 6596 FLOYD A. HOUGHTON 109 West Yaldma Ave. Phone 21620 Paints - Wallpaper -Janitor Supplies Featuring ='DUTCH BOY" PAINTS BEST WISHES FLOWER BOX "FlowersSay It With Ours" Designs for All Occasions 614 W. Yakima Ave. Phone 22188 i RAY TUNISON'S SERVICE 516 E. Yaldma Gas--Oil--Lubrication--Tire and Battery Service Ph. 3585 GREETINGS BAEHM'S MARKET Groceries . Meats . "Vegetables 802 E. Yakima Ave. Phone 8335 ECONOMY FUEL CO. Coal-Wood and Fuel Oil 301 N. Front Phons 8447 PONTO'S TEA & COFFEE CO. 8 East A Street Phone 6700 ROCK OF AGES MEMORIALS AND OTHER KINDS Central Washington Monument Co. H. L. SCHOLL, Prop. 105 So. 2rid St. Dial 8808 IAY 209 West "C" St. SEASON'S GREET [NGS NU,RSERY FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBS CO. l'hun,, 6844 As they pushed out through the crowd, Jean thought with bewilderment, "Ted has lost Christmas, and I am far from home, and Santa Claus is poor." Two Days Before Christmas Jean hurried down to the employee's "entrance and found Ted waiting. "Would you go ahead and order for me? There's something I want to buy." "Holy smokes! .nother last muto shopper! And 'it's only two days until Christmas." "Will you ?" "Sure:" He started out. "Ted!" When he turned she hesitated a moment. "Ted, don't you really like Christmas ?" "Oh, Chrlstmas Is all right. Only no one keeps it..It's just a lot of ballyhoo,, a commercial custom." He turned quickly out into the night. The old, familiar carols, pouring from ths store's loud speaker, pursued him. The Day Before Christmas As Jean splashed along beside Ted she thought, with regret, that tleir Christ- mas Jobs were ahnost over. This Was Christmas Eve and the last time they'd go out to eat together. He must have been thinking the same thing. "My mother," he was  bit for- mal about it, "said she hoped you'd have ChriStmas dinner with us., Then he grinned. "My sisters said they'd skin me if I didn't bring you." Jean laughed, knowing how it was be- tween brothers and sisters in a big family. "I'd love it." "Fine," he said: Then his voice be- came cautious. "What are you going to do after work tonight?" "Soak my feet and go to bed." "How glamorous!" "Well, what are YOU going to do ?" "I thought I might..." the words stuck. "Look, my folks are the sentimental type. I happened to tell them about Santa Claus and Dad made me take the car and Morn put a lot of stuff in ths back." He was surer now, putting the whole affair off on hisparents. "Not charity! Just the sort of things you can give to friends. A fruit cake. Some hard candy. Sweaters for the little boys. You know." She asked quickly, "How did you know the right size?" "I Just sort of got talking to Santa again," he said, and had the grace to blush. But another thought had hit Jean. Some of the lilt went from her voice. "I sup- pose you have a story-book doll for Ms, rie ?" "Well, no. The other day when you said you had something to buy, I thought..." She nodded and they laughed like con- spirators. "I'm going to drive Santa home tonight and let him take the stuff in, You'll come along, won't you? I'm not the type for this." "Oh, I can see that. You're the cynical type." Her mockery was gentle. "I don't know what to say." Santa's thin face was flushed. He looked as if he had swallowed a whole bottle of vita- min pills. Ted made a project of unlocking the car. Obviously he didn't know what to say either. "'Love is Repaid by Love Alone" MY FAVORITE MOTTO is the one above, adopted by Therese of Llsieux from the writings of St. John of the Cross. It seems to me to embody all that is fine in life. Unless you give, you can- not receive. And, in giving, you might as well give the best of yourself, and, in doing so, receive the best of others, How often has a kind word turned a frown" into a smile ? If you love enough,. nobody can or will deny you. But, in the exceptional case, if one shouldi you still have not denied yourself the privilege of loving another human being, who, in all his smallness and present meanness, con- tains the dignity and potential greatness that God saw fit to bestow on His masterpiece of creation. One look at cur- rent newspapers and you know that there is too much hate in the world. If enough of us were to adopt the motto of Theresa of Lisieux, tomorrow's headlines might read differently.--Joseph Y. Rorke. Jean smiled a little. She was glad the rain had stopped, that stars were shining in the Christmas sky. They seemed close. Oddly enough, so did her home in New England. Ted nudged her elbow. "C'mon. Get in. I should think you'd be tired standing." She was. Her feet hurt and her back ached. But still she stood'looking up at the stars. "C'mon," he said again. "There's not much time. In Just three hours it'll be Christmas." She looked at him, her arms tightening a little around the package she carried-- the story-book doll Marie expected "be- cause God knows giving L the best cele- bratian." "This is Christmas," Jean told Ted. "Right now!" Then she climbed into the ear beside Santa Claus. Facts About Popes WE VENERATE eighty-three Popes as saints, seven as blessed. One hundred and three Popes have been Romans; one hundred and seven were natives of other parts of Italy; thirteen were French, ele- ven Greek, seven German, five Asiatic, three African, three Spanish, two DaN matian, and Palestine, Thrace, EpirUs, Galicia, Holland, Portugal and England have each furnished one occupant of the papal chair. The Chinese were probably the first to use gas for lighting'. They piped nat- ural gas in bamboo tubes flx)m salt mines. Shelton Realty (Formerly Dash Realty) "The Complete Real Estate Service" A. C. Shelton, Realtor Max C. Sheridan, Sales Mgr. E. H. Seymour, Builder C. E. Fraser, Insurance Bert Harris, Bookkeeper Mozelle Mayer, Seo'y. SALESMEN: Rus Mires J. E. Ethridge J. W. Groenig L. F. Sainsbury A. L. Cliff 1006 Larson Building Phone 5123 or 7371 GREETINGS C. 1. Holtzinger Fruit Co. Shippers of "Royal Purple" YAKIMA VALLEY.APPLES 2nd Ave. and West Yaklma Ave. Yaklma, Wash. GREETINGS Prentice Packing and Cold Storage Co. 202 lorth First Avenue H and H SUPER SERVICE STATION L. A. MORIN. Prop. GENERAL REPAIRING RICHFIELD PRODUCTS Battery Service - Accessories 1219 Lincoln Ave. Phone 6930 # The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Pae Sixty-Seven YAKIMA Sarver Equipment Co. 506 South Fh'st Street Sales - Serriee - Installation Petroleum Equipment Bowser Pumps - Automotive Lifts Phone 27544 506 South First Street SEASON'S GREETINGS ROYAL CROWN ' COLA NEHI BEVERAGES Serve PAR-T-PAK Beverages Bottled in Yakima ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING O. Phone 4404 SEASON'S GREETINGS Yakhna Winkler Stoker Co.' We Sell, Install and Repair Commercial and Domestio Stokers, Oil Burners, and Furnaces SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 7 North First Street Phons 23139 or 5920 S. ALBERTSON CO., Inc. DAVE PRELUSKY Fruit Exchange Bldg. Phone 4500 ROGERS TIRE SERVICE Yakima's Most Modern ONE-STOP STATIQN Complete ,Automotive Service U. 8, TIRE DISTRIBUTOR Tire Reoapplhg & Repairing 501-503 So. 1st St. Phons 8482 HILLCREST MARKET Summitvlew and Hillcrest SELF SERVICE Groceries - Vegetables - Meat= Phones: 8152 and 8153 WE DELIVER COLYEAR MOTOR SALES Everything Automotive 202 S. 2nd St. PHONE 5171 Call For Snyder's Good Bread --Please Baked By Yaklma's Leading Bakery HI'WAY-MARKET Groceries -- Meats FRUITS and VEGETABLES OPEN DALLY Phons 6886 Cor. 5th Ave. & Walnut | BUREN SHEET METAL CO. HEATING - SHEET METAL AND AIR CONDITIONING Washington Ave. attd Broadway Phone 6596 FLOYD A. HOUGHTON 109 West Yaldma Ave. Phone 21620 Paints - Wallpaper -Janitor Supplies Featuring ='DUTCH BOY" PAINTS BEST WISHES FLOWER BOX "FlowersSay It With Ours" Designs for All Occasions 614 W. Yakima Ave. Phone 22188 i RAY TUNISON'S SERVICE 516 E. Yaldma Gas--Oil--Lubrication--Tire and Battery Service Ph. 3585 GREETINGS BAEHM'S MARKET Groceries . Meats . "Vegetables 802 E. Yakima Ave. Phone 8335 ECONOMY FUEL CO. Coal-Wood and Fuel Oil 301 N. Front Phons 8447 PONTO'S TEA & COFFEE CO. 8 East A Street Phone 6700 ROCK OF AGES MEMORIALS AND OTHER KINDS Central Washington Monument Co. H. L. SCHOLL, Prop. 105 So. 2rid St. Dial 8808 IAY 209 West "C" St. SEASON'S GREET [NGS NU,RSERY FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBS CO. l'hun,, 6844 As they pushed out through the crowd, Jean thought with bewilderment, "Ted has lost Christmas, and I am far from home, and Santa Claus is poor." Two Days Before Christmas Jean hurried down to the employee's "entrance and found Ted waiting. "Would you go ahead and order for me? There's something I want to buy." "Holy smokes! .nother last muto shopper! And 'it's only two days until Christmas." "Will you ?" "Sure:" He started out. "Ted!" When he turned she hesitated a moment. "Ted, don't you really like Christmas ?" "Oh, Chrlstmas Is all right. Only no one keeps it..It's just a lot of ballyhoo,, a commercial custom." He turned quickly out into the night. The old, familiar carols, pouring from ths store's loud speaker, pursued him. The Day Before Christmas As Jean splashed along beside Ted she thought, with regret, that tleir Christ- mas Jobs were ahnost over. This Was Christmas Eve and the last time they'd go out to eat together. He must have been thinking the same thing. "My mother," he was  bit for- mal about it, "said she hoped you'd have ChriStmas dinner with us., Then he grinned. "My sisters said they'd skin me if I didn't bring you." Jean laughed, knowing how it was be- tween brothers and sisters in a big family. "I'd love it." "Fine," he said: Then his voice be- came cautious. "What are you going to do after work tonight?" "Soak my feet and go to bed." "How glamorous!" "Well, what are YOU going to do ?" "I thought I might..." the words stuck. "Look, my folks are the sentimental type. I happened to tell them about Santa Claus and Dad made me take the car and Morn put a lot of stuff in ths back." He was surer now, putting the whole affair off on hisparents. "Not charity! Just the sort of things you can give to friends. A fruit cake. Some hard candy. Sweaters for the little boys. You know." She asked quickly, "How did you know the right size?" "I Just sort of got talking to Santa again," he said, and had the grace to blush. But another thought had hit Jean. Some of the lilt went from her voice. "I sup- pose you have a story-book doll for Ms, rie ?" "Well, no. The other day when you said you had something to buy, I thought..." She nodded and they laughed like con- spirators. "I'm going to drive Santa home tonight and let him take the stuff in, You'll come along, won't you? I'm not the type for this." "Oh, I can see that. You're the cynical type." Her mockery was gentle. "I don't know what to say." Santa's thin face was flushed. He looked as if he had swallowed a whole bottle of vita- min pills. Ted made a project of unlocking the car. Obviously he didn't know what to say either. "'Love is Repaid by Love Alone" MY FAVORITE MOTTO is the one above, adopted by Therese of Llsieux from the writings of St. John of the Cross. It seems to me to embody all that is fine in life. Unless you give, you can- not receive. And, in giving, you might as well give the best of yourself, and, in doing so, receive the best of others, How often has a kind word turned a frown" into a smile ? If you love enough,. nobody can or will deny you. But, in the exceptional case, if one shouldi you still have not denied yourself the privilege of loving another human being, who, in all his smallness and present meanness, con- tains the dignity and potential greatness that God saw fit to bestow on His masterpiece of creation. One look at cur- rent newspapers and you know that there is too much hate in the world. If enough of us were to adopt the motto of Theresa of Lisieux, tomorrow's headlines might read differently.--Joseph Y. Rorke. Jean smiled a little. She was glad the rain had stopped, that stars were shining in the Christmas sky. They seemed close. Oddly enough, so did her home in New England. Ted nudged her elbow. "C'mon. Get in. I should think you'd be tired standing." She was. Her feet hurt and her back ached. But still she stood'looking up at the stars. "C'mon," he said again. "There's not much time. In Just three hours it'll be Christmas." She looked at him, her arms tightening a little around the package she carried-- the story-book doll Marie expected "be- cause God knows giving L the best cele- bratian." "This is Christmas," Jean told Ted. "Right now!" Then she climbed into the ear beside Santa Claus. Facts About Popes WE VENERATE eighty-three Popes as saints, seven as blessed. One hundred and three Popes have been Romans; one hundred and seven were natives of other parts of Italy; thirteen were French, ele- ven Greek, seven German, five Asiatic, three African, three Spanish, two DaN matian, and Palestine, Thrace, EpirUs, Galicia, Holland, Portugal and England have each furnished one occupant of the papal chair. The Chinese were probably the first to use gas for lighting'. They piped nat- ural gas in bamboo tubes flx)m salt mines. Shelton Realty (Formerly Dash Realty) "The Complete Real Estate Service" A. C. Shelton, Realtor Max C. Sheridan, Sales Mgr. E. H. Seymour, Builder C. E. Fraser, Insurance Bert Harris, Bookkeeper Mozelle Mayer, Seo'y. SALESMEN: Rus Mires J. E. Ethridge J. W. Groenig L. F. Sainsbury A. L. Cliff 1006 Larson Building Phone 5123 or 7371 GREETINGS C. 1. Holtzinger Fruit Co. Shippers of "Royal Purple" YAKIMA VALLEY.APPLES 2nd Ave. and West Yaklma Ave. Yaklma, Wash. GREETINGS Prentice Packing and Cold Storage Co. 202 lorth First Avenue H and H SUPER SERVICE STATION L. A. MORIN. Prop. GENERAL REPAIRING RICHFIELD PRODUCTS Battery Service - Accessories 1219 Lincoln Ave. Phone 6930 #