This is a photograph of "Fr. Glass [right] leaves with Fr. Romaniello [left] for Kweilin [now Guilin]." Also on board are Frs. McLoughlin, Smith and Manning to say goodbye.; Rev. Glass was born in Cresco, IA. . He entered Maryknoll in 1931 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1935 and assigned to Wuchow South China. He spent most of his time in Kweilin (Guilin). During WWII he served as a chaplain with General Chennault's Flying Tigers. After home leave in 1944 he returned to Kweilin, becoming pastor of Chuenchow in 1946. He conducted a 'boys' town' for war orphans, homes for abandoned infants, and a rice bank for farmers. In 1951 he was placed under house arrest by the Communists and returned home later that year. In 1955 he was assigned to Taiwan, working chiefly among the native Taiwanese people. He returned to the U.S. in 1962. -- Born in Italy, Monsignor Romaniello came to the United States when he was five years old. He entered Maryknoll in 1917 and was ordained to the priesthood on June 17, 1928. He was assigned to Wuchow, Kweilin in 1935 where he encountered civil unrest and was forced to depart in 1951. He spent the later years of his life working with the Catholic Relief Services in Hong Kong. He became an international figure as was referred to as the "Noodle Priest" because he fed the refugees in Hong Kong with noodles made with relief supplies.