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Martin's Homecoming Administration Card Parties, Opens With Rafly Feb. 14 Changes Made OLYMPIA- Homecoming Incorporated, 1963, At Seattle U Meetings Planned fast approaching on the St. Martin's College campus. February 14, 15, and 16 are the dates of year's laomecoming festivi- '11W for alums and students of Leonard Dubuque, Clark West, Gary Gries, Dick Roney, Ted Werner, Dave Fuchs, Les Bailey, Ed Novak, Tim Lynch, Joe Reder, John Currier, and John Raeger. The Rev. Ber- trand Trautman O.S.B. is ad- visor. St. Martin's. Februarv 14 is the date of the beginning of the celebra- tion, with a bonfire and pep rally on Thursday evening. The homecoming queen candi- dates will be introduced Friday evening at an informal dance ]aran Hall. The big events occur Saturday, Feb. 16; parade, a junior varsity and varsity basketball game with the Rangers meeting the Seattle Pacific College Falcons, and Homecoming ball to climax the ftivities. $. P. Anduiza, general chairman of the event, says that the Homecoming Queen be announced and crown- uring the half-time of the er-Falcon game on Sat- urday. Ken Stevens and the St. Martin's College Dance Band will play for the dance, Star- dust. Bid prices will be $2 be- fore the dance, and $2.50 at :: the door. For tickets write to Homecoming Chairman, B o x : St. Martin's College, Olym- year, the student body of the college puts more effort and time in planning homecoming, one of the big- gest events of the year. All mni and interested parties SMC are urged to attend. Assisting Anduiza on the homecoming committee a r e Press Workshop Scheduled high school students the Pacific Northwest at- tending S e a t t 1 e University's third Northwest Catholic High School Press Workshop Febru- ary 15 and 16 will publish an eight-page newspaper during their 24-hour stay on campus. The workshop is sponsored the SU journalism depart- under the direction of Francis J. Greene, S.J. Seventy-five high schools from Washington, Oregon, I d a h o, Montana and British Columbia have been invited to send dele- gates. I Your Lucky Number I or Dependable i) FUEL OIL SU Queen THIS 21-year-old English- education major and a graduate of Holy Names Academy is Seattle Univer- sity's 1963 Homecoming Queen. An honor student, Ann MacQuarrie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen MacQuarrie, 923 22nd Ave. E. in St. Joseph Parish. Active in CYO, she is SU's Associated Women Students president. Ann was officially crowned Thursday at the tlomecom- ing dance. Her interest in extracurricular activities may have stemmed front home. Her mother is presi- dent of the Association for Catholic Childhood. Supplement Planned For SU Newspaper A new monthly supplement, carrying discussions on politics, literary trends and campus is- sues, will be issued by The Spectator, Seattle University's student newspaper now cele- brating its 30th year of publi- cation. Peter Edlefsen of Seattle will have overall direction of the new publication with the aid of Joan Newell and James Nat- den. Rand- Lumpp is the reg- ular Spectator editor. For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... SERVICE: LA. 3-4500 In recent chaoges announced by Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., president of Seattle Uni- LAURELHURST Grd n UERSOn tUEL O't C0o ] Original Jewelry 3200 N.E. 45th I .7 pint T. ROAOWAV S|ATTLS TACOMA versity, R e v. John J. Kelley, S.J., executive vice president, is the chief ad- ministrative of- ficer with re- sponsibility of the Univers- ity's day-to-day operations. The Rev. Ed- mund MeNul- ty, S.J., form- FATHER erly University KELLEY treasurer, will continue to function as business manager under the title of Vice president for Finance, a newly-created title. The Rev. Gerard M. Evoy, S.J., vice president for Uni- versity Relations, has charge of placement, public and alumni relations and records. The Rev. Frank Costello, S.J., Academic Vice President, will continue to supervise the af- fairs of the University relat- ing to teaching and curric- ulum. The three vice presi- dents will be under the di- rection of Father Kelley. Father Costello will act as temporary director of admis- sions, replacing Ran Peterson and William Borah will assist Father Lemieux in the field of University development. Pat- rick Martin will be acting As- sistant Director of Admissions in charge of high school rela- tions and Dr. Winfield Faun. tain will be chairman of the scholarship committee succeed- ing Mr. Peterson. Northwest ROTC Picks SU Coed SHERRY DOYLE A 21-year-old Seattle Univer- sity junior cord has been chos- en "Little Captain" of the llth Regiment of the Pershing Ri- fles, representing SU, Oregon State University and the Uni- versities of Washington, Ore- gon, Idaho and Alaska. She is Sherry Doyle, an Eng- lish education major from Den- ver. The SU ,junior class vice president will compete with 14 other regimental representa- tives for national honors. The Pershing Rifles is a na- tional ROTC student organiza- tion. Miss Doyle was chosen from coeds representing Per- shing Rifle units at the six Northwest universities. Prince Honors Cardinal Feltin M O N T E CARLO, Monaco (Radio, NC) -- Prince Rainier has conferred the Monacan honor of the Grand Cross of the Order of St. Charles on Maurice Cardinal Feltin, Arch- Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- St. Brigid Circle meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 7, at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Elmer Manning, 2039 S. 304th St., Steel Lake. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Circle will meet Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mike McCarthy, 31507 8th Ave. S. Mrs. Law- rence Massett is hostess. Mercer Island St. Monica Parish -- St. Jo-. seph Circle will hold a card party Saturday, Feb. 2, at 8 p.m. in the parish hall, 4320 87th S.E. A charge of 50 cents per per- son will be made and refresh- merits will be served. For res- ervations call Mrs. Peter Singleton, AD 2-0514, Mrs. Charles Sheard, AD 2-1519 or Mrs. Larry Smith, AD 2-5720. III Port Angeles Queen of Angels Parish-- The Rev. Alcuin Lawrence, O.S.B., pastor, was guest speaker at a recent Altar Society meeting. The group will purchase several new books for the parish library as well as new draperies for the rectory library. Mrs. H. E. Mix said a spring rummage sale would be con- sidered and that clothing may be brought to the cafeteria any time. Father Alcuin reported that approximately a ton of clothing had been collected for the Bishops' Relief Fund and Mrs. James Thomson an- nounced the guest speaker for February would be Philip Mie- sel, city juvenile officer. Seattle Xavier Club--Meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 1:30 p.m. in St. Joseph social hall. The Pcv. Gordon G. Toner, S.J., will speak on "Counselling at Seattle University." Mrs. Eva B. Reichman is chairman. Marylhurst College Alumnae, Seattle Chapter -- The second in a series of three firesides will be held Sunday, Feb. 3, at the home of Mrs. Amos Black. 219 N.W. 198th with Mrs. R. J. Monks as chairman. The third will be Sunday, Feb. 10, at the home of Mrs. Robert Hoard, 412 93rd S.E., Mercer Island. Mrs. James Radcliffe is in charge. Both will begin at 2:30 p.m. and all high school junior and senior girls are invited. Slides of the Marylhurst college and campus will be shown. For reservations, call Mrs. D. Steve Kelley, LA 2-7982. Captain, SU Grad, Reassigned Capt. James E. Griffith, for- mer U.S. Army Ordnance Corps advisor to the 23rd Vietnamese Infantry Division, has been as- signed as assistant to the execu- tive officer of the San Francisco Seattle Blanchet High School -- The Mothers Club is planning an evening of cards Friday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. in the school cafe- teria. Husbands are especially invited to attend. Mothers of sophomore class students are in charge with Mrs. Maurice Ballou, general chairman. Tickets are available through Mrs. Gregory Garske, EM 3-1206. Liturgical Study Cldb -- A round table meeting will be held Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 10 a.m. at the St. Peter Claver Interracial Center Library, 17th and E. Jefferson. The lesson of the following Sunday will be discussed. Order of Martha -- Meeting will be Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Van Boxel, 33 Kinnear Place. Guilds of St. Mark's will meet at the following mem- bers' homes: Mary, Queen of All Saints, Feb. 5, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. 3". R. Olson; Mary Queen of Angels, Feb. 4th, 8 p.m., Mrs. Vito Sblendorio; Mary Queen of Heaven, Feb. 6, 11:30 luncheon, Mrs. Robert Elf; Mary, Queen of Martyrs, Feb. 12, 8 p.m., Mrs. Weston A. Col- bo; Mary, Queen of Peace, Feb. 14, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Feb. 14. 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Run- aid H. Mentele; Mary, Queen of Prophets, Feb. 14, 11 a.m., Mrs. R. C. Holt Jr.; Mary, Queen of Rosary, Feb. 4, 8 p. m., Mrs. Donald Treseler; Mary, Queen of Snows, Feb. 4, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Louis B. Gal- lagher; Mary, Queen of Uni- verse, Feb. 5, 8 p.m., Mrs. John M. DeVane, Jr.; Mary, Queen of Wisdom, Feb. 7, 8 p. m., Mrs. Ronald 3". Diederichs. Tacoma St. Leo Parish -- .'She Grade School Mothers Club will meet Friday, Feb. 8, at 12:15 p.m. in the Marian Room. Fourth grade mothers are hostesses an a program by the fourth graders will be given. The speaker will be Earl An- derson from Alcoholics Anony. mous. The Mothers Club will give a pancake and ham breakfast Sunday, Feb. 10, following the 8, 9:15 and 10:30 Masses in the school cafeteria. The public is invited. Sacred Heart Parish -- The Altar Society will have a des- sert luncheon and meeting Tues- day, Feb. 5, at 12:30 p.m. A social hour will follow. Mrs. Larry Guimond, is chairman. Young Ladies Institute -- A tea for prospective members of Tahoma Institute will be held Sunday, Feb. 3, at the home of Mrs. V e r n o n Kretchmer, 1536 N. James, from 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs. William Kelley is chair- man. Among those aiding her wilt be Mesdames Mary Blair, Charles McCarthy and R. J. Evans. All Catholic women in- terested in the work of the YLI are invited to attend. Tacoma Visitation Retreat Guild--Meeting will be Wednes- day, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jack Proud. Mrs. B. E. Hoye will preside. St. Charles Borromeo Parish --The Mothers Club will meet Monday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. in the conference room of the school. Mrs. Peggy Keblbek, psychol- ogist for the Tacoma School District, will speak on "Child Development in Personality." A discussion period will fol- low. F:rid,/, Feb. *1, 1%3 THE PROGRESS7 i Bellarmine Boosters Plan 'Ladies Night' MEMBERS OF THE BELLARMINE BOOSTERS who are likewise members of the Ta- coma Restaurant Association will be in the spotlight "Ladies Night," Tuesday, Feb. 5, when they prepare a special ham and turkey luncheon for the honored guests. The event will be held at 8 p.m. in McAstocker Auditorium on the Bellarmine campus. Co-chairmen Mason Halligan and Tony Petrarca have lined up an all-star cast of 10 amateurs and professional acts to be hosted by Don St. Thomas, KTNT- Radio disc jockey. Getting instructions from head Booster chef, Roy Emery (right) are (from the left) Francis Browne of Star Cigar Grill, Tom Hill of the Tacoma Doric Hotel, and John Honan of Honan's, who is also president of the Pierce County division of the Washington State Restaurant Association. Federal Way Parish Lines Given Catholics in the Federal Way area are reminded of the parish boundaries of their parish, St. Vincent de Paul, establshed dur- ing the past year. Boundaries of the parish are: North, 272nd St.; East, 51st Ave. S.; South, 360th St.; West, Puget Sound. Information on boundaries can be obtained by call the pastor, Roy. Lawrence Willenborg, TA 4-1365 or Mrs. Curt Sweeney, TA 4-0573. In the past year most parish organizations have been formed or are in the process of organization. These include the Holy Name Society, the Altar Society, seven circles, the Catholie Youth Organiza- tion, Confraternity of Chris- tian Doctrine, St. Vincent de Paul Society and all phases of the Boy Scouts. Men and boys of the parish have spent innumerable hours in landscaping the yard of the rectory and results so far have proven very attractive. 40 Named On Bellarmine Honor Roll TACOMA--At the end of the first semester, the following students at Bellarmine H i g h School have been named on the honor roll. The 40 boys are: Freshmen: James Ansfeft, Ion Court. trymon, Robert Gilles, Edward Honel, Nick Markovich, Robert Ownes, Tim Roth, John Schaak, Gary Simpson, Gene Simpson, Gene Williams, Francis Zderic. Sophomores: James Avery, William Bailey, Patrick Cares, Leo Hindery, Richard Hoffman, David Hughes, Kenneth Knight, Leonard Kopleo, William Marano, Harvey McGowan, George Rederich, Joseph Staehell. Juniors: Earl Brown, Darrell DO- mond, John Endres, Terry Hansen, Steve Kneeshaw, Gardy Knudson, Steve Ring. Seniors: Richard Layton, John LOP- pert, Michael Martin, Tim McCor- mick, Tom McMenamin, Frank Mlele, Tom Rohak, George Reodab Harold Scblndler. 13 Win First Honors At St. LeG's TACOMA--Thirteen students have been granted first honors in the second term honor roll of St. Leo's High School here. All 13 received a perfect 4.0 Valentine Fashions Featured A VALENTINE THEME will be used for the fashion show and luncheon planned by the Mothers Club of St. Catherine Parish Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 12:30 p.m. in the Inglewood Golf and Country Club in Kenmore. Mrs. Roy De Am- brosia (left), chairman, and Mrs. Eleanor Girreau model two of the dresses to be seen. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. William Eriksson, LA. 2-5196. Other commit- tee heads are Mesdames Charles Redmond, James Stans- field, Norman Reid, William Fette and Robert Stagg. (Photo by W. C. Heib, ]r.) Vancouver Girl Creative Marylhurst Student Head JEAN LORRIE PEARSON ANGELO The two highest student offi- ces at Marylhurst College went to two students from the Arch- diocese of Seattle. L o r r i Angola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Angola of St. James Parish, Vancouver, was elected student body president. Heading the Sodality as pre- fect is Jean Pearson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pearson of Blessed Sacra- ment Parish, SeaRle. Sandra Writing Contest Set Young people of high school age in parochial, private and public high schools are invited to submit entries in the 1963 creative w r i t i n g competition sponsored by the Music and Art Foundation ef Seatt/e. Entries are limited to not more than two poems per stu- dent or one manuscript per stu- dent in the fields of short story or essay. Manuscripts must be postmarked not I a t e r than March 15, and mailed to The Music and Art Foundation, 205, 1117 Second Avenue Bldg., Se- attle I. Entries must include the writer's name, address and phone number, name and ad- dress of high school, age and class of contestant, type of entry submitted and certifica- tion by teacher that the entr submitted is the original work of the writer. Awards include three $25 sav- at your favorite.., bishop of Paris. Procurement District, a West- ..,__ ern agency of the U.S. Army St. Joseph Hospital Auxiliary grade point average. The com- Goings of St. Edward's will ings bonds, three awards of $10 New Heavy-Duty Detergent! c ty Materiel Command." -- Meeting will be Tuesday. plete honorFIRsTrOllHoNoRsliSt includes: dioceseaSSist herincludeaS Sodality vice-prO-carol Palmer, and three awards of $5. They JFAE 49 I wifeCaptain Griffith is the sn f Feb" 5' at 8 P'm" in the hs" Freshmen -- nren aarker' Mar"ya feet'is the former Lauran Pea- will be presented May 14. Mrs. Helen M. Griffith of 1622 pital cafeteria. After a short Hoban,SophomoresShlrley _Osbrn'Dlane Bye, Kathy Other officers from the Arch- Dain E. Harrison St., Seattle. His business meeting there will be Fread, Mary Jane Hldaka, Christine sewing for the children's ward. Sobbo. student-body first vice-presi- Two Pianists Juniors -- Joanne Hamblln, Marianne dent; Connie Stellbrink, prest- o ly Loba, Cofhy Os.a,d ed W Prtces Effective Friday and Saturday, February 1-2 Love body of Seattle. Knights of Cohmbas--Taco. SonlorS--Dorothy Oow, Patrlda Mc- dent of the resident student Featur ith -qilJlJJ[IllJHHIHiiHIIIIHllUlUUlUlU(]UIlUll]ilUI[[I Tk' , ' A 1955 graduate of Seattle ma Council will hold its an-rthy, t.indo Oaalbelm.Freshmen_KathleenSSCONO HONROS co,ncil; and Leslie McDaniels, :00-ymp Universiy, he lives with his wife. nual Sweetheart dance from carson, Sandra president of the freshman class; bony ,,,ntjs and four daughters at 20 Ander- 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Satur- Cebula, Cathy Davis, Gait Fohey, Te- resa Fermo, JoAnne Gallwas, Maureen all of whom are from Tacoma. NCOLN i er son Circle, Walnut Creek, Calif. day, Feb. 9, in the K of C Hall Hero,d, Nalana I ames, Krlstlne Ken" Mary Bennett of Immaculate Two distinguisled pianists, FO' l{ with prceeds benefitting the da"' Margaret McDnald' D'ne Mc" Cncer)tln parish in Everett is Claudi Arran f Chile and Se'Phee, J,on P,ub M, ry Kay. Mary State Council "Pennies for Kay Robinson, Llnda Ruvo, Julle Rub- the new student body treasurer, aisle's own ] H Heaven" drive, dou, Llnda Sandell, Frances Snyder, and Diane Wyman of Kirktand, will be hem L nda Zelenak. Lunch will be served after Sophomel;es--Jo Ann Anclch, Peggy is the campus coordinator for the Seattle the dance. Admission is $3 per Arnold, Nancy Barktey, Joan Bucbbolz, the National Student Associa- tra, under tl Mary Ann Carson, Ruth Chrlstey, Joan  couple. Highlight of the eve- craig, Dorothy Cressey, Rosemary tion. ton Katims. ning will be the coronation of Fabre, Louise Forbes, Janet Garrison, Sodality secreta, is Helen Fe[ Mary Ann Gibson, Leigha Goodwln, the Council's "Sweetheart." Barbara Gr gsby, Lnda Hammon, Pierog of Winlock. ' Oper; i MOVING & STORAGE Arrangementsarebeinghan-Dane Jackowsi, Pot Karsen, Laurel form COISETS. tlNOtltlt. 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OLYMPIA -- The names of 14 freshmen and sophomore girls have been placed on the honor roll of St. Placid High School here, S i s t e r Daniel, O.S.B., principal, announced. The sophomores are: Nancy Crow, Janice Ordos and Paul McMakin. The freshmen are: Deidre Kidd, A 1 b e r t a Canada, Jill Feeney, Rita Johnson, Roberta Kiehl, Mary O'Bryan, Kathleen White, Sheila R y a n, Louise Schilter, Nancy Shay and Aimee Youmans. Sister also announces that Rev. William Bichsel, S.J., as- sistant at St. Aloysius Church, Spokane, conducted a two-day retreat for the girls January 31 and February 1. Hokanson will perform the Mo- zart Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, C Major, with the orchestra. A limited number of tickets are available for both concerts. They may be purchased at the Ban Marche ticket office and the Symphony office, 601 Or- PheUm Bldg., MU 2-1675. Honeymoon In Nigeria D U B L I N (NC) -- Two lay missioners were married here the day they left for the Niger- ian diocese of Umuahia. The newlyweds, Eugene and Lilliane (Henshaw) Boyle, flew from here with 12 other mission helpers to spend two years in the Nigerian diocese. 4