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lOaTHE PRO&RESS iiii iiii Friday, Jan. 29, 1965 Teen Ambassadors of Good Will. THREE Seattle teen-agars, fresh from 15 eventful days in the Philippines, were honored Saturday by Filipino American groups in the Chamber of Commerce. At the rostrum is Louis Echelbarger, 14, and next to him Joseph J. (Joe) Myers, 15, Hearst Junior Dip- lomat award winners of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Both boys joined similar Hearst winners throughout the country for the Philippine trip. At the right is Susan Carlyle, 217, the 1965 Modern Maria Clara of the US, whose trip was combined with the junior diplomats. An O'Dea High School sophomore, Joe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Myers, 1830 7th Ave. W. in St. Anne's Parish. Topping a host of Maria Clara entries from all over the US. Susan is an Immaculate High School senior and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Carlyle, 909 17th Ave. in Immaculate Parish. Filipino Mayor iGreefs 0000'chdiocese Best wishes have been extended to the Most Rev- :. erend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, land to the faithful of the Archdiocese by the mayor of Cebu, the oldest metropolis in the Philippines. i The response from Mayor Serglo Osmena Jr. came after the visit of Seattle's two Hearst Junior Diplomats, Jo- we are a dee9ly Catholic no- seph Myers of O'Dea High School and Louis Echelbarger of Edmonds High School, in Cebu in Central Philippines. Osmena, son of the late Phil- ippine president, wrote in a letter to Archbishop Connolly: "I am very happy to be I the recipient of your good wishes and cordial felieita- tions you extended to me ,, ,through the Junior Diplomats, : Joseph Myers and Louis Eeh- elbarger. "As you may very well knox,, .CWV Memorial :Mass To Be ,,Said Sunday :Deceased veterans will be re- :, membered at the Catholic War ',Veterans' a n n u a I Memorial Mass at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. : 31, in Seattle's Sacred Heart 'Church. . - Communion breakfast w i I l follow in the parish hall. Break- "fast plates are $1 per .person :with children under 12 being fed at half price. The observance is tradition- ,:ally sponsored by Father Vin- ; cent Post. .lmma Seattle's Friendliest Club CHARESO Far Single Adult Catholics DANCE sat., Feb. 6, 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. HAYFLOWER It0TEL 'PLYMOUTH ROOM' For information call Gloria De Gahfiele--EA 3-2177 or .I Kathy HertzSU 4-6769 tion and therefore we are espe- cially pleased and happy to re- ceive the kind thou :hts and wishes of fellow Catholics from other lands. " I am also greatly grati- fied to learn that in Seattle several thousand Filipinos are doing very well and are eon- dueting themselves in the best traditions of the Filipino people. "Thank you for the blessings you have given me and the people whom I represent. Please receive also my very best wishes for you and through you. the Catholics of the Archd:'cese of Seattle." Holy Rosary Lists Honor Roll Fifteen students have re- ceived first honors at Holy Rosary High School. The complete honor roll list includes: SENIORS: First honors--Renard Benefl, Sharon Berry, Kathleen Chelmlnlok, Janls Por- ter. Second honors -- Corinne Corrigan, Jean Hengtgen, Janlce Herr, Betty Iver- son, Judy Kidder, Llnda Lamb, Mary Le May, Jeanne Thompson, Lucretta Tarsi. JUNIORS: First Honors--.Kathleea Murphy, Linda White, Carolyn Brozovlch. Second honors-- CharloHe Hutchins, LInda Mains, Potrlcia Meechan, Mary Norton, Elleen O'Brien, LInda Stegman Lorl Turner, Llndo Wente. SOPHOMORES: First honors -- Loretta Srotherton Susan Nichols, Catherine Rooney, Bon- nie White. Second hOnors--JoAnae Bubocz, I(aren Cence, Kathleen Frey, Gretchen Mlze, Vickl Rebar, Diane Sly, Sharlene Smith, Paula Tunigon, Dtnl Ericson. FRESHMEN: First honors--Joy Arkoosh, Mary Kay Holllnger, Elizabeth Poschke, Kathleen Skifflngton. Second honors--Barbara Flolale, Kath- erine Hallgren, Cloudla Herr. Kothleen Hogan, Jane Kenned,/, Linda L.ents, Martho Morrlsey, Margaret Pattenaude, Linda Prato and Connie Stewart. LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. OFFERS YOU A "WORRY.PROOF" HEATING SERVICE WHICH INCLUDES: AUTOMATIC DELIVERY Regular Inspection OIL BURNER SERVICE Insurance Plan e OIL TANK INSURANCE Against Ruplacement BUDGET TERMS It's all yours or a telephone call--- --(Photo by Phil H. Webber) Scholastic Rodeo: Scholarship For Tacornan The Washington State Society of,Pathologists' annual medical technology scholarship has been awarded to Kathy Lundahl. Fort Wright College of the Holy Names senior from Tacoma. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lundahl of Tacoma. e --At Austin, Tex. Brother James Hanson, stu- dent brother of Holy Cross, is among 45 students who were named to the honors list at St. Edward's University in Austin, Tex. A Latin major and Blanchet High School graduate, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson, 6526 2nd" Ave. NW., Seattle. He is a sophomore. Also at St. Edward's is Brother Robert Moody, physics major, 1962 Seattle Prep grad- uate and son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Moody, 2602 39th Ave. W. e --At Marylhurst Elected junior class first vice president at Marylhurst C01- lege is Frankie McPherson. Elementary education major with a home economics and English minor, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. McPherson, Rt. 5 Box 529, Port Orchard. e --At Fort Wright Two others from the Arch- diocese have been chosen stu- dent body officers at Fort Wright College in Spokane. They are Maureen Matter of Longview, president; and Mimi Lawson of Seattle, secretary. Maureen is a junior and Mimi a s6phomore. @ --At Mount Virgin One hundred dollars worth of canned and packaged food- stuffs have been collected by Our Lady of Mount Virgin School's Junior Citizens of America Seventh Grade Civies Club and donated to St. Vin- cent de Paul's. The school-wide drive was coordinated by Celeste Gaz- arek, president; and Sister M. Magdalen OP, moderator. K. of C. Plans Anti.Smut Effort NEW ORLEANS (NC)-- Louisiana Knigbts of Columbus have launched a public informa- tion campaign to combat what one official termed indifference stemming from lack of know- ledge about the growing traffic in obscene literature. For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUnDERSOn SU Homecoming Better Than Ever Something new has been added to the Home- coming tradition at Seat- tle University this year. In fact, several somethings. "/'he first of the innovations is the first order of business on the 1965 Homecoming agenda. The Associated Students are presenting "An Evening with Nancy Wilson," at 8:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 29, at the Seattle Center Ice Arena. The per- formance by the great pop singer is open to the public. Students from other colleges and universities in the area can take advantage of a reduced student rate. An International Bazaar, in keeping with the Homecoming Theme, "Port of Seattle", will be opened on campus Tuesday evening and will feature fresh pineapples and orchids flown directly from Hawaii, as well as merchan- dise, large and small, from all ports of call on the Pa- cific Rim and beyond. The third and final innovation is the Alumni Seminars, a se- ries of informal discussions, in- volving Seattle University fac- ulty. These will be held in var- ious campus locations, Wednes- day afternoon and evening, February 3, 1965. The idea behind the informal, but in- formative, sessions is to bring alumni up to date on current developments in selected dis- ciplines of special interest to them. All the usual activities of Homecoming will be covered in the nine-day celebration: Two basketball games at the 'Coliseum, against Montana State College, Monday, Feb. 1, Mothers' March On Birth Defects Tuesday More than 12.OO0 Seattle and King County mothers and their auxiliary helpers will march a total of about 6,000 miles next Tuesday evening during the Mothers' March on birth de- fects "These mothers will be tak- ing more than IO,SO0,OO0 step toward the bright day when birth defects will be conquered justas Polio was." was Mrs. Gerald C. Berg, Mothers' March chairman for Seattle. Everyone participating in the Mothers' March will be carry- ing a green and white kit with 1965 printed in red letters. Marchers will be wearing iden- tificatien tags reading "Mothers' March", or "Tonight I Am A Mother". The e h a i r m a n reminded everyone to give only to those well identified. Ei-Koh Club Sets Dinner Get Together The n e w 1 y formed Ei-Koh Club, a C a t h o I i e Japanese group organized for religious and c u 1 t u r a I activities, an- . nounce a New Year's Get To- gether dinner Sunday, Jan. 31, at 6:30 p.m. at,the Four Seas Restaurant in Chinatown, ac- cording to President Roy Saka- mote. K e I 1 y Nishitani, foremost authority on Bonsai. will speak. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Joanne Watanabe, PA 3-5716. Father D. Harvey McIntyre has attended some of the groups meetings which have been held at St. Peter Claver Center. Membership dues, $4 per family, $3 per couple or $2 and against Idaho State Uni- versity, Friday, Feb. 5. The formal Homecoming Dance for Students at the Olympic Hotel, Thursday, Feb. 4, where Joshua Green, Jr., seaman and banker, will crown the queen Alumni Dance, Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, Saturday, Feb. 6. The Annual Alumni Home- coming Luncheon in Bellar- mine Hall, at noon, Saturday, Jan. 30. The Very Rev. Fran- cis E. Corkery, S.J., former Seattle University president, will reeeive the Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Award. Plus, on-campus m i x e r s, contests, pep rallies, displays, as welt as alumni receptions by the Schools of Nursing and En- gineering. Seniors Tom Campagna and Marge Passanisi are co-chair- men of the festivities, assisted by commitee members: Roger Hennagin, Sue Miltner, Chuck Owen, Shirley Mills, Dan Dempsey, Terri O'Day, Mike Frahm, Mary Whipple, Steve Hopps, Ed Mooney, Terry Shank, Marnie Kreilkamp, Bill Eisiminger, Mike C h a s t e k, Anne Berrigan, Pete Shed, Sharon Schulte, Bob Ramseth, Paul Greenleaf, Jim Davies and Mary Beth Kuder. Sarah Jullion, a 22-year-old Education major from Salt Lake City, will preside over all the activities as Homecoming Queen. Serving her in her royal court will be two princesses from each class. They are: Freshmen Cathy Cane and Terry Wilkerson; sophomores Terri Shank and Dana Re Charver; juniors Marnie Kreil- kamp and Carolyn Smith. Seattle Opera To Present 'Rigoletto' The great tenor voice of Ita- lian born Renato Cioni is des- tined to help make the Seattle Opera Association's presenta- tion of "Rigoletto" on February 4 and 6, an event long to be remembered by' all attending the opera. Cioni, who will be the amor- ous and dashing Duke of Man- tua in the production, has, since his memorable debut at La Scala in 1961. won acclaim in opera houses throughout Europe and the United States. Cioni's 1064-65 season here which, due to his European com- mitments, is necessarily short, Lawrence Beer In Latin America Series Fourth talk in the popular "Latin America Looks Ahead" series now in progress at Se- attle University will be "Latin America Saves" to be given by Lawrence Wi Beer Monday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. in room 102 of the Bannon Building. ii: #::!!i:i::L : :iiii::::? :: LAWRENCE BEER Lawrence Beer is aResearch Fellow of the Far East Insti- tute of the University of Wash- ington and a Political Science PhD candidate at the Univer- sity. He is a member of As- sumption Parish. Seattle. He received his AB and MA from Gonzaga University and attended the Institute of Mis- sion Studies at Fordham Univer- sity and Sophia University, To- kyo, where he taught for two years. Beer also taught at the Uni- versity of San Francisco and has spent two years as a teach- ing fellow at the U of W Far East Institute. He has promoted credit un- ion development in the Far East in cooperation with the World Extension Division of the Cre- dit Union Nalional Assocmtion and established a Credit Union qnformation Center in Japan. He has worked as an educa- tion specialist and financial counseling com-dinator with the California Credit Union League. This work has included plan- ning, administration and con- ducting of credit umon move- meets' statewide education pro- grams. Beer is the author of "Credit Unions and the Church" in the Missionary. Bulletin: and "Cre- dit Unions and the Far East Missions" in the publication Asia. He was editor of Credit Union Financial Counseling in 1962. Speaker for Monday, Feb. 8 will be Father Gerald Ziegen- geist MM of Guatemala. His subject will be "Industrializa- tion, Urbanization and Student Ferment." SL Placid Club Sets Festival TACOMA -- The St. Placid Club announces its annual Mid- winter Festival to benefit the building fund of St. Placid Pri- ory for Saturday, Feb. 6 at 2:39 p.m. at Visitation Parish hall. Holy Rosary, Visitation. St. John. SS Peter and Paul and All Saints Parishes will be in charge of the opening features. assisted by St. Placid's High School girls. St. Arjn's Parish will serve a roast beef dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. with admission $1.50. adults and $5. the family. A pro- gram of entertainment will fol- low with Marvin Jacka in charge. Miss Saidie Foye is general chairman, assisted by Mrs. R. A. Bott and members of the parishes served by the Benedic- tine Sisters. Mrs. Fred Eckroth, Club pres- ident, extends an invitation to all friends of the Sisters. "They have been teaching in our schools and CCD classes in the Tacoma area since 1894 and will greatly appreciate your in- terest." says Mrs. Eckroth. Blancher Wins SPC Speech Trophy The citation was presented at and will be assisted by Mes- 5 PIN! 764 BROADWAY a luncheon here January 5 by dames Edward P. Donnelly, PHONE TODAYI ( SEAIII.E TACOMA Bishop Vincent S. Waters of Frank Entler, Ernest A. Ford, Rajeigh. Arthur' A. Foisy and Darrell Allsopp. Guild chairmen include Mes- LAe 3-4500 ; , .................. ::: dames F. G. Maddux, Hazel Pizzano, Andrew .S. Gregory, R. L. Patnode, Harold E. Park- er, Charles F. Wagoner, N. P. Holewa il)i::: :I il Ryder, Thomas J. Brennan end Xolew. Ii I William H. Martin. A HEATING i . *",* il SET Up Bishops' ,h.,.,,., JllJ I I uoages i Conference -- OJ . : :: enceof the bishops of North A f r i c a including Morocco, LHURS FUEL '* 4= II I and Tunisia has been LA i URE T OIL Oo =!u "M will be presided over by Arch- The new bishops conference KEN II ! bishop Leon-Etienne Dural of ..,,73'.' ";=,.o..o,,., T MOTORS O00DFELLOW Algiers. Its first decision was to introduce vernacular langu- '3200 NE 45th LA 3-4500 Ut. 2-2100 v TR. 8-4649 j E CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH, Inc. ! ages in the Mass beginning next March 7. single, are now being accepted St. Mark's by Membership Chairman Mrs. Harry Koba, 2000 17th South, Parish Names Se.atfle 44. Officers Catholic C/ration Father Theodore P. Sullivan, pastor of St. Mark's Parish has Given Governor announced 1965 parish officers. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (NC) Donald J. Sowder is president --Incumbent Gay. Terry San- of St. Mark's Men's Club and ford of North Carolina has been his chairmen include John T. given a" citation by Catholics Bulman, Richard L. Keller, C. in the Raleigh diocese for his R. Bosom, James R. Olson, leadership in promoting social Frank M. Cook and David G. justice, equal opportunity and Sterk, better relations among religions Mrs. Robert A. Bun'ell is and 1"aces. chairman of the Altar Society Open House for the Temple de Hirsch youth group will be co-sponsored by the Inquiry and Marian Committees of the Holy Names Academy Sodality Jan- uary 31 at 2 p.m. in the school, 728 21st Avenue East. The day will include a wel- coming talk by the Father Ger- ald MoUnt, school chaplain; a tour of the chapel conducted by the girls; a seminar entitled "Law and Love;" and a ques- tion-and-answer period. Catholic Literature Commit- tee will display various maga- zines, books and pamphlets, in- cluding some of the recently published biblical studies. R/- freshments will follow in the dining room. Chairmen of the event are Joyee Da,ey and Mary Boys. Academy Invites Temple Youth Seattle Aloha Club for Senior Citizens --Will meet February 3 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph's Parish hall. 18th and East Aloha. The program will include movies, bridge lessons an d cards. Coffee will be served at noon and guests may bring lunch. All over 55 years of age are welcome to attend the non- denominational, i n t e r r aci a 1 meetings. The regular meeting schedul- ed for February 17 will not be held. Instead the group has planned a bus trip to Olympia to visit the State Capitol. Since this trip yeas a sellout and met with great enthusiasium, future trips will be arranged. Blancher High School -- Mothers of Sophomores will en- tertain with a Valentine Des- sert Card Party Friday, Feb. 5, at 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria, 8200 Wallineford. Program will include the New Gaelic Pipe and Drum .Band in full uniform. Mrs. R, A. Riedel is general chairman assisted by Mes- dames F. W. Burns, Hugh Mc- Cauley, M. M. Desrosiers, G. R. Butterfield, A. H. Thiel and Steve Gierman. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Maurice Helmon, EM 3-2559. Blessed Margaret Guild for the Blind--Will meet Wednes- .day, Feb. 3, at 8 p.m. in Seattle University Chieftain Lounge. Father Antoine Wishon OFM will speak on the Third Order of St. Francis. Chancellor Club -- The an- nual Mount Hoed ski trip will be held February 20-22. Dead- line for reservations is Feb- ruary 5, according to I=en Marks, chairman. He may be reached at SU 3-8645. CYO S o u t h District -- Ski Fashion Show February 7 at 6 p.m. at St. Edward's School auditorium, 4213 South Orcas. Donation 50 cents. Household of Marthas-- Meeting Thursday, Feb. 4 at ]2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Libby Van Bopell, 333 Kinnear Place. Marie Louise Bordeaux Circle --Association for Catholic Child- hood will hold its tenth annual "Canapes by Candlelight" Sat- urday, Jan. 30 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the Seattle Elks Building. Mrs, R. P. Ahnstrom is gen- eral chairman assisted by Mes- dames John A. Givi0s, Vincent Foster, J. A. Burrell and Harry Rich. Mrs. Neff Gardber is circle chairman. Seattle All proceeds aid needy and dependent children ef the Archdiocese. YLI St. Theresa Study Club-- Will meet Monday, Feb. 1st at 7:30 p.m. at the Josephinum. Mrs. Grace Sullivan is hostess and Maude Moffat and Margaret Killen will give the program. III Tacoma Tacoma Jesuit Guild -- Will meet Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 8 .J p.m. at St. Rita's School hall. Plans will be made for the .annual Day of Recollection m be held Sunday, March 28 at Bellarmine High School for members and friends. Tacoma Visitation Retreat Guild--Annual meeting Wednes- day, February 3, at 8 p.m. at the home of the Guild presi- dent, Mrs. Eugene Otis. Re- freshments will follow. Queen Institute-YLI will meet Thursday, Jan. 28 at 8 p.m. t the American Legion Hall, 620 University Street. A tea wilt be given January 31 to honor dew members and their sponsors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer, 8911 2nd Avenue North East. Aloha Club--For Senior Citi- zens will meet February 3 at 10:30 a.m. at St Joseph's Par- ish Hall, 18th Avenue East end East Aloha. Program will inc!ude movies, bridge lessons and cards until 3 p.m. Coffee will be served at noon. Members may bring lunch. All over 55 years of age are welcome to the non-denom- inational and inter-racial group. There will be no meeting Febrtmry 17 due to Club's sell- out bus trip to Olympia. Xavier Club -- Will meet Tuesday, Feb. 2 at St. Joseph's Church Social Hall, 18th Ave. East and Aloha Street. Mrs. Grace Bailer will re- view recent patriotic books. Tacoma St. Lee's Grade School Mothers' C 1 u b -- Valentine Smorgasbord Dinner will be held Saturday, Feb. 6 from 4 to 7:30 p.m. in the school cafe- teria. Tickets are adults, $1.75, teens, $1, children 75 cents, pre- school, free. Proceeds will be used for classroom furnishings, including desks. Mrs. Kenny Fengler and Mrs. John Pellessier, co-chairmen extend a cordial invitation to all. Opera House, February 4 and 6. includes appearances with the Cbicago LyricOpera, withtheopera Meet Yo,, At The Meeting Miami Guild and in ' "Rigolette" here in the Seattle Activities Calendar February 1, 1MS, Holy Names - ) Academy Back to School Night, 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker. February 2, 1965, ACCW Sem- inary Bruse Party, 1 p.m., Olympic Hotel. February 0, 1965, O'Dea Moth- ers Club, Sophomore Luncheon,. 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph's Hall. February 11, 1965 -- Official visit of YLI grand president to 'J Queen Institute at 8 p,m. at American Legion Hall, 6th and University. February 13, 1965, St. Bene- dict's Mothers' Chlb, Valen- tine's Dance, 9:30 to 12:30, Knights of Columbus Hall, 722 East Union. February 16, 1965 -- Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club card a'l party and style show 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Fbruary !6, 1965 -- St. Ber- nadette's Inter-Guild Fashion Show and luncheon 12:30 p.m. at Burien Elk's Lodge, 1st Ave- nue South and 142nd. February 16, 1965, Catholic Daughters of America, lunch- eon and card party, 12:30 p.m., American Legion Hall, 6th and  University. Donation $1.25. February 17, 195, Seattle Prep Mothers' Club Sophomore Lunctieon 12 noon at St. Jo- seph's Social Hall. February 19, 1965--St. Oath- erine's Parish Parents Club dinner dance, Lake City Elks, Social hour 7 p.m., dinner 8 p.m., dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. February 23, 1965, Catholic  Daughters of America-'Chari- ties" Card Party, 7=30 p.m.,_ Natural Gas Company, Blue Flame Room, 815 Mercer. Do- nation $1. March 6, 1955, Holy Names ,cademy Day of Recollection sponsored by Alumnae, 9 a,m. m 3 p.m. BLANCHET High School captured the second-place sweepstakes trophy at the Seattle Pacific College Speech Tournament Saturday behind Bellevue and ahead of Sum- ner High Schools. Blancher speakers (from left) are Joanne Glasow, Yvonne Yarbro, Dennis Kenny, Kathy Triesch and Denise Durkin. Yvonne and Joanne, going six rounds without defeat, are also Western Washington College tournament winners. Denise at OI SPC won the junior division oratory. Dennis was an extemporaneous speech finalist and Peggy Langan also reached the interpretative reading finals. Participating were 725 stu- dents from 65 high schools. --(Photo by Gary Bernhard)