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Saturday, December 21, Set Aside
For Annual Johnstown Nest 4 Funfest
Treats, Movies, Entertainment Await
Youngsters Heading For Croatian Home
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. San-1
ta, in all his glory, "wall again
pay his annual visit to the
members of CFU Nest 4 on
the occasion of their Christ
mas Party.
This year's fete will be
staged at the Croatian Hall,
Broad St., Saturday eve
ning, December 21, begin
ning at 7:00 p.m.
A large Christmas tree has
been ordered and the hall will
be decorated in Yuletide trim
mings for the event. Early in
dications point to a real Xmas
party that will surpass all pre
vious undertakings.
A fine program of
Nest 595 Grad Is
In Many Activities
First we would like to greet
lovely and talented Kathryn
Corrinc Nosich, daughter of
Steve and Manda Nosich.
She was transferred from
Nest 595, where she leaves be-
hind her younger sister, Mary
Jane, and brother, Stevie. Jr.
In Lodge 948 she joins her
parents and sister, Joan.
Her parents have long
been among the most ar
dent and active of the ma
ny, many CFU members in
So. Chicago.
cago on January 3, 1940. She
where she was a part of the
choir, glee club and the Apes-:
rolled as a student in the
comptometer school.
Jr., a real friend of the Croa
tian people, will again bring
his projector and movies to
add to the pleasure of both
kiddies and grownups.
All this will come to pass,
of course, after Santa distri
butes his treats to the chil
dren.
tainment, including movies,
has been arranged by John
Mandrgoc, Nest Manager, and' ment.
his aides. Mr. Cyrus Davis,'
Kathryn Nosich
Joins Lodge 948
Arrangements have been
made with the Cambria
City Community Associa
tion to have their Annual
Christmas Display lit. It Is
located on the lot adjoining
the hall and is one of the
most outstanding displays
In Pennsylvania.
Parents are invited to bring
their kiddies and come for an
evening of fun and entertain-
Lodge 843 Salutes
Two New Members
Newcomers Merit
Warmest Welcome
SACRAMENTO. Calif.
Preparing with a light heart
SO. CHICAGO, 111. "St.
Anthony" CFU Lodge 948
wishes to welcome its new for the joyous holiday season
members via the pages of the ahead is Miss Patricia D.
Zajedničar.
a i i a Courtney...
Courtney, a recent newcomer
to the ranks of Lodge 843.
The daughter of Ray and
Katherine Courtney, she
attended Holy Angelf
Grammar School, put in 3
years at St. Joseph's Aca
demy, and completed her
schooling at Bishop Arm
strong High School.
She is now employed by a
local barrister as his legal
secretary.
Patricia's sister, Judith
Ann, is still a member of Jun
ior Order Nest 239.
Another recent transferee
Ch-|t0 Lodg, 843 is Michael
attended Sts. Peter and Paul I Thomas
grade school and high school,1
In between school and stu- John, and behind him in Jun
dies. Kathryn manages to help I ior Order Nest 239 he leaves
her mother in their delicate- his twin brothers, James and
sen store. When she finds, Joseph.
time, she also enjoys singing,
dancing and sewing.
Our other young transfer
ees include Anna Soldo, Tomi- i
slav Tokich, Jeanette Klick
and John Phillip Kozul. We
are happy and proud to have
these new young members!*11^ Michael. Merry
and we wish them all the best y°u both.
of happiness and success in
their chosen fields of endea
vor.
the son of John and .ers
attending sute
THKRK'l.l. BK V hot time in Detroit sunda. l*cc. whrn
the members of Junior Order .Nest 318 get together in the Cro
atian Home, 1735 K. McXiehols, for their Annual Christmas
And not without reason,
for that's the day we have
set aside for the Nest's An-
Cleveland Radio
Hour On 12th Lap
Dir. John Birek
Plans Celebration
(Continued From P. 7)
available through members of
the committee or through of
ficers of all local lodges, or
.through the Croatian Homes
on St. Clair and in Collinwood.
(Tickets may be obtained also
from the office of the Croa
tian Radio Hour at 1408 E.
Ohio's No. 1 Nest In
Annual Yuletide Tryst
Saturday, December 21
.Christmas Party of CFU Nest
55 will be held
Ave.
Movie« of last year's
ty will be shown and there
will be plenty of dancing,
singing, games and refresh
ments for all.
The Nest 55 kiddies would
also like to inform our read-
as a Social Science teacher.
In coming to Lodge 843 he
finds in ranks hjs brothcr
Interesting to note also is
that Michael's grandfather
Andrija Tomljanovic was
one of the real "Old
Timers" associated with
Saramento Lodge 434.
Welcome aboard, Patricia
and Michael. Merry Christ-
Bowling Tournament will be
held February 1. 1958.
Rankin Juniors To Whoop It Up December 21st
RANKIN, Pa. The An
nual Christmas Party of CFU
Nest 38 will be held on Sat
urday, December 21, at 1:00
p.m., in the Croatian Home,
4th Street.
Parents are urged to bring
their children on time as San
ta Claus will be on hand to
distribute candy to all the
members.
Those who have tickets
In their possession are ask-
Arrange Yule Funarama
MILWAUKEE The CFU
Mothers Club of Milwaukee
and West Allis is having a
Christmas Party on the 22nd
of December.
Old Santa will be there
to distribute the gifts to
the Kiddies and Moms.
We are extending to the
CFU Supreme Officers and
each and every one best wish
es for a Merry Christmas and
a Happy New Year.
ed to turn them in at that
time, for the awards will be
made the same day.
Catherine Pecak, Mgr.
YU LETI DE SPIRIT ON THE MARCH IN CFU
Detroit Junior Order Nest 318 Youngsters On Edge For December 22nd Funfest
DETROIT Sunday, Dec.' And now for a look at turning your card immediate
22, 1957, should go down as a "what's cooking" for this pre- ly.
great day in the lives of the holiday funfest.
youngsters affiliated with Ju
nior Order Nest 318.
First, we urge each Nest
mem e o i n a o n a i i
valued at 50 centi for the!
a a
Next, invitations were mail
i
nual Christmas Party•-•-at-^d-4«--ea€fe--fa4»ily-.in the form
the Croatian Home, 1735 E. of double postal cards. Please
McNichols. Time? 3 p.m. |make your reservations by re-1
DECEMBER 18,1937
For the benefit of those
who will not be able to
come at that time we wish
to say that the treats will
THE DAY of my recent election to the
presidency of the Pennsylvania Fraternal
Congress, I have .received a great number of
Reporter: telegrams and letter^ from lodges and individuals,
members and non-members of our Society, as'well j**™
as from fraternal organizations of our own and
other nationalities.
To the congratulations and good wishes re-i23,
ceived from lodges, organizations and individuals,
I am answering personally by letter as time per-
The! mits, but it will be simply impossible to answer all
of them individually. So, I do so through our Offi-
cember 21, at 6.00 p.m., in the
i Croatian Home, 6314 St. Clair of
Special thanks to the President and Secretary
tlie National Fraternal Congress, and equally
so to the President of the Croatian Catholic I nion
and the Editor of 'Our Hope"—Naša Nada—who
publicly congratulated me and the Croatian Fra
ternal Union on this achievement.
I *i* 11 ami Program. Primed lor oicnsion .ire the Ncst
Junior Tmnburitzans, above, who promise the conventional rug
cutters and kolo devotees alike music out of this world.
Entertainment
Loads of it, with our
Nest Junior TAmburitzans
and Kolo Dancers doing
their bit and some "surpri
ses" in store to make this
jamboree one to remember
for years.
-SPIRIT OF GRATEFULNESS- {Cleveland N. 86
I also wish by this means to express my
thanks and appreciation to the representatives of
the Greater Pittsburgh Fraternal Association,
comprised of 22 fraternal organizations of West
ern Pennsylvania, who worked so enthusiastically S. s. PITTSBURGH Cro
at the meetings of the Pennsylvania Fraternal
Congress to assure my unanimous election. will
In behalf of the Supreme Administration and
Membership of the Croatian Fraternal Union, as ber
well as in my own behalf, my sincere thanks to
all, with best wishes for a Merry Christmas and
everything good in the New Year.
V. I. Mandich
Supreme President, Croatian
Fraternal Union
President, Pennsylvania
Fraternal Congress
Trafford Nest 203 Treat On Tap December 21
TRAFFORD, Pa. Santa
will be on hand to distribute
the Christmas Treat to all the
CFU Nest 203 members on
Saturday, December 21, from
1:00 to 3:00 p.m., only.
Tube City Nest 37 Juniors In Funfest Dec. 22
The delinquent dues of all McKEESPORT, Pa. This their gift from Santa Claus.
members will have to be paid: is to notify the parents and At the present we are sell
by the end of the month or! relatives of CFU Nest 37 ing chances on a $25.00 Bond
we will have to resort to sus-i members that the Annual award, profit of which will
pension in some cases. Your
payment of these back dues
will also enable the under
signed to properly close her
books for the year.
not be held over longer
than the month of January,
as it had been in the past.
All those delinquent in
that Santa Cl.M us won't bo a
round for the fun.
He will for sure.
As for refreshments, get
ready for the best.
There you have it, Juniors,
the makings of a high time
just three days before that
day of days, Christmas Day.
Make a beeline for the Cro-
And perish the thought I atian Home Sunday, Dec. 22.
In Yuletide Fete
This is to
CFU Nest 86 that
Monday, December
Croatian
15711 Waterloo Rd.
The festivities will begin at
6 p.m., at which time Santa
will appear with his presents
and candy for all the mem
bers.
Nest members and their
parents are cordially invited
to attend.
S.S. Pitt Nest
Sets Party Date
atian Fraternal Union Nest
its Annual Christ-
Croatian
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
A musical program will
be presented by the Zarnich
Accordion Studio and San
ta Claus will be on hand to
greet and amuse the chil
dren.
To make the occasion com
plete, tasty refreshments,
candy, etc., will be served to
all the members in attendance.
All the nest members are
cordially invited to attend.
Battle Creek 533 Up
dues are asked to pay up be- U#:*L qi
fore the 31st so that the'"™ »UnfeST
books may be closed for the BATTLE CREEK, Mich.
year without debt. Your coop-1 CFU Lodge 533 will sponsor
eration will be appreciated.
New Year's Eve Dance on
I Mrs. Mary Zegar. the evening of December 31.
There will be plenty of food
on hand and, of course, lots
of fun to be had by all.
Christmas Party will be held go towards the Christmas
Sunday, December 22, in the Party. We urge all parents to celebrate on December 31
lodge hall, between 2:00 and purchase a few and to take a come to the Croatian Home,
4:00 p.m. few extra-" to, Jto, their where aij enjoyable time is
Only those members,, who friends. v- i promised all.
are in attendance, will receive 1 Angelina Brletic, Mgr. Eva Neric, Rec.
Music for your dancing
and listening pleasure will
be provided by our own
Balkaneers.
So, if you are planning to
Uniontown Members Give Fraternalism
New Meaning During Benefit Festivities
Aged and Disabled Members Now Certain
That They Will Not Be Forgotten (i roup
UNIONTOWN, Pa. "Sa tin Krasic, Supreme Treasu
bratskom slogom sve se može rer, and his wife, and bro. Ed
napraviti". We are speaking ward Sei-vov, gal Ciinsrlor
of our Croatian Pioneers, the of the CFU.
I ones who were once leaders Local dignitaries included
!in our Society, but are now Mayor J. Watson Sembowcr
S aged or disabled. Attornev and Mrs. James
I
i We have heard of talks Reilly, representing his fath
from different delegates for er Judge Edward Dumbald
years about what should be North Union Twp. Tax Collec
done for those pioneer mem-j tor Burton E. Tarr, who pro
bers. It is true that CFU vided numerous scholarships
funds take care of them after for Croatian Students when
thev become 85. but what a- he was a State Senator and
bout the years from 65 to 85? South Union Twp. Tax Collcc-
This problem was
brought to light by bro. Wil
liam Yardas, who suggested
that a special fund be created
to take care of the aged and
disabled members of Lodge.
72 in Uniontown who are un-i
I able, financially, to take care
of their dues.
A committee wu formed
by Lodge 7'!, of which bro.
Yardas was Chairman. Oth
er members of the commit
tee included broa. John Zu
bovieh. Frank Bartakovic,
Paul Mavracic and John Is
posky.
The first project of the
committee was to have a pic
nic. The event was a great
success, due to the wonderful
cooperation of the lodge mem
bers and the Ladies Auxiliary.
Cooperativ Team
The men and women work
ed hand in hand from the be
ginning to the end of the day.
Among them were the follow
ing:
Lambs: Mike Cindric. John
Zubovich, Mile Bogovich. Paul
Mavracic, and William Yar
das.
{Christmas Party will take
Baking: Agatha Mavracic
and Barbara Yardas.
Sandwiches: Sophia Zubo
vich, Rose Grcevic and Bar
bara Yardas.
Pop: Violet Tuscan, Anna
Markusic, Victoria Brnic, Nel
lie Sabotula and Helen Bogo
vich.
Bingo: Mrs. Mary Shaffer,.
Ann Lalakulich, Carrie Ru-j
As a result of this ban
quet the auxiliary was able
to donate S'JOO to the Aged
and Disabled .Members
Fund of Lodge 7M.
Mrs. Mary Shaffer was
Chairman of the affair and
Mrs. Sophia Zubovich served
as Co-Chainnan. Mrs. Mae
Lulich was in charge of the
dining room and was assisted
by Mrs. Victoria Brnich.
Publicity work was done by
Mrs. Catherine Yukish and
Toastmaster was the crcator
of the fund, Mr. William Yar
das.
Fund Passes $1,000.00
Our heartfelt thanks go to
all our members who worked
so hard to make the affair a
huge success and especially to
our guests who came from
such great distances to parti
cipate in this affair.
Refreshments: John Zubo
vic, Petar Cucic and Joseph
Bmich.
A vote of thanks is also
given to our newly organ
ized Mothers Club who do
nated $.10 to the good
cause, making it soar well
over $1000, and to bro.
Krasich, for his wonderful
s
tor of our banquet in the
Croatian Section of the Z.
We also wish to announce
that the Bond Awards by the
auxiliary were made to Mrs.
Sophia Markusic of Morgan
town, W. Va., and Mrs. Vio
let Tuscan of Uniontown.
Catherine Yukish, S ribe
Chicago 785 Meeting
Scheduled For Dec. 28
dar, Emily Satatula. Flank 11crs °f "Bjelovarska Sloga'
Balaban and John Leposky. I0™
so that they too could help- i
town.
Our guest list also inclu
ded the Croatian Women's
and Men's Clubs of Ver
sailles and lodge and club
members from Brownsville,
Clairton, Monessen. Dono
ra, Mason town and Repub
lic.
Music for the affair was
provided by the Sloboda Tam
buritza Orchestra of E. Pitts
burgh. A pleasant surprise
was experienced by all when
lovely Olga Coleman of Cle
veland stepped into the spot
light with the tamburitzans
and entertained the guests.
Olga will be remembered as
a featured soloist and record
ing star in Pittsburgh with
Djoko Dokic and his Tambur
itza Orchestra. We enjoyed
her songs tremendously.
Dignitaries On Deck
Also present from the CFU
Home Office were bro. Mar-
Tickets: Frank Bartakovic!mark "'cir calendar and keep
and Paul Mavracic, Saturday, December 28, open
to attend our Annual Meeting.
Banquet A Success
In conjunction with this,7.30 _mt sharp, and will be
work the Croatian Ladies ^dd in the upper hall of Cro
Auxiliary planned a banquet
785 are asked 10
jji begin at
these older lodge members.
The banquet was held Octo
ber 20 and exceeded all ex
pectations. The first on hand
for the banquet was a bus'
from Cleveland with the Cro-j
atian Womens Cultural Soci-j
ety, under the leadership of
Mrs. Dorothy Kufrin, a na-i
tive daughter of our Union-, have to be made before the
Your lodge officers luue
worked hard during the
year, 11)57, and are reidy
to give a report to you, the
members, on w hat progress
has been made and also on
how the lodge stands finan
cially.
Many important uecisi-jiis
end of the year and it is up
to the membership to help its
leaders make the correct onea.
You will also be asked to se
lect your officers for the com
ing year. This is very impor
tant to every member and a
careful study of all candidates
should be made.
As per custom, refresh
ments will be served after all
business is concluded.
Let's have a 100 per cent
turnout.
Robert Schoettler, Rec.

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