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6THE PROGRESS Frlday, Feb. 9, 1962 Mission To Begin Sunday In Suquamish SUQUAMISH--The Rev. Vin- cent J. Sampietro, C.S.P., will conduct the mission at St. Peter's to begin Sunday, Feb. 11, here. According to Rev. W, P. Murray, pastor, evening serv- : ices will begin at 7:30 p.m. Morning Masses will be at 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. C o n f e s sions will be heard before the Masses a n d i m m e diately after the eve- ning services. Father Sam- pietro will be available at other times for i consultation. REV. V. J. ii. A question SAMPIETRO  box for questions suomitted by ; members of the congregation : will be available each night. Father Sampietro is a mem- ber of the Paulist Fathers from : Portland, Ore., and has been i conducting missions and re- ,. treats in the Northwest for the :: past I0 years. St. Mary's Students Enter Honorary WINLOCK--Four juniors at St. Mary Academy were re- ceived as active members into the Sedes Sapientiane Chapter of the National Honor Society. .. They are Mary Buennagel, Everett; Gloria Gearhart, Win- lock; Carol Gerberding, Che- halls; and Karen Wild, Win- lock. One junior, Marie Sehuller, Olympia, and nine sophomores ;were received as probationary members. They are: Barbara Borte, Centralia; Marilyn Brown, Everett; Mary Clear, Renton; Judy Coppage, Vancouver, B.C.; Cathy Didier, M o u n t Vernon; Marguerite Kaiser, Olympia; Vicki Kann, Longview; Susan La Fond, Olympia; Shirley Oczkewicz, Everett. Catholic Doctors From Many Nations To Attend Meeting LONDON --(NC)-- Some 800 Catholic doctors from 50 coun- tries, including 240 from the U.S., will hold a week's con- gress in London from July 9 to 13. The 10th International Con- gress f Catholic Doctors is being organized by Britain's Guild of St. Luke, SS. Cosmas and Damian. Its theme will be "The Cath- olic Doctor in Changing So- cieties." Separate sections will deal with the problems of ado- lescence, the aged, mental health, hopeless cases and Cath- olic doctors in newly inde- pendent countries. Some 300 doctors from con- tinental Europe and another 300 from Britain itself ale ex- pectecl at the congress. Deh. gates will attend a special Mass at Westminster eathe- dral, a reception by the Brit- ish Bishops and a banquet and ball at the Dorchester Hotel, as well as visits to interesting medical institutes in the area. Many of those attending will also take part in a separate July 8 international convention of doctors being or- ganized by the Catholic Mar- riage Advisory Council on the subject of the fertile period. The council said it is planning this convention to help over- come the widespread ignorance d this matter among Catho- lics. Cornerstone Blessed [ PONCE, R.R., (NC) -- Arch. bishop James P. Davis of San Juan has blessed the corner- ! stoe of the Queen of Clergy major seminary to be built on : the grounds of the Catholic University of Ponce. THE SMC Choir To Appear In Anacores ANACORTES -- St. Martin's College Male Chorus will ap- pear at the Anacortes High School gymnasium S u n d a y, Feb. 11, at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. Children under 12 are admitted free. Tickets may be purchased from members of St. Anthony and St. Jude Guilds of St. Mary's Parish Altar Society who are sponsoring the con- cert, at Cypress Stationers or at the door. The chorus will present a two-hour show featuring all types of music, five soloists, a male quartette and instru- mental music. Mrs. Algol Anderson and Mrs. Leo Boltazor are the co- chairmen. Bellingham CDA Sets Meetings BELLINGHAM-- The World Mission committee of the CDA will meet February 14 at the home of Mrs. Glen Corning for their third work bee. This will complete their project of sew- ing hospital gowns and rolling bandages. The monthly business meet- ing of the lodge will be held February 13 at Assumption School. The Junior CDA will give a meditation on the rosary as part of their Junior Week activities. Committee for the month is: Mesdames N. A. Costanti, chairman; George Abbott, G. M. Isaacs, T. J. 0'Brien, Henry Roehl, Walter Sanders, Willis Wells, J o h n Logan, Richard Mather, Carl Roehl. Vern Yak- esh, N. W. Townsend, Fern Wilson and Fred Zehnder. Civil Defense Booklets Ready Under new regulations, free copies of the new national de- fense booklet "Fallout Protec- tion-what to know and do about Nuclear Attack" my now be secured in bulk for further distribution by business and industry, civic, service and other organizations on request to Seattle-King County Civil Defense, 721-7th Avenue, Di- rector Roscoe C. Burr has an- nounced. Previous distribution w a s limited to individual visits to the civil defense office or ser- vice window of the post office, he stated. Distribution of 25,000 copies of the Department of Defense publication was recently made to civil defense offices and post offices throughout the nation at an estimated cost of $825,000 or 3 cents a copy. It contains a foreword by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara stating that the purpose is "to give the Ameri- can people the facts they need to know about the dangers of thermonuclear attack and what they can do to protect them- selves." Church Was Refuge For Flood Victims HONOBETSU, Japan.-- (NC) --When flood waters deluged this northern Japanese city, its people sought refuge at the highest point here--the Catho- lic church. "Throughout the night the waters continued to rise, flood- ing the streets and all buildings in the center of town. It con- tinued up the slight incline to the door of the church and then stopped abruptly," re- ported Father Bertrand A. Gramelspacher, M.M., of Jas- per, Ind. Of the 36,000 inhabitants of Honobetsu 98 per cent are non- Christians. MA. 2-8290 LIGHT-PROOF WINDOW SHADES EXCELLENT RANGE OF COLORS AND STYLES FREE ESTIMATES INO OBLIGATION METROPOLITAN WINDOW BLIND &,DRAPERY CO. 1112 PIKE No Charge for Pick-Up and Delivery SMC Lists Homecoming Festivities OLYMPIA -- "The Roaring Twenties" is the theme of the 1962 homecoming celebration at St. Martin's College. Starting Thursday with a bonfire and rally, the festivi- ties will. include Friday, Feb. 9, the varsity basketball game against Northwest Nazarene College from Nampa, Ida., in North Thurston High School gymnasium. Following the evening game, a costume mixer will be held in Baran Hall on campus. Saturday events include a morning parade through down- town here and the homecoming game with the SMC Rangers again meeting Northwest Naz- arene at 8 p.m. in Olympia High School gym. The celebration will conclude with a semi-formal dance in the Olympian Hotel from 10 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Six lovely ladies with the queen to be chosen from among them, make up this year's Homecoming royalty. Chosen by students were: Jaekie Joppa, Pendleton, Ore., Bridget Leigh, Astoria, Ore., and Rosemary Smith, Portland, all of Marylhurst College; Marilyn Jones, Ta- coma, St. Joseph's School of Nursing; Carolyn Wyllie, Twin Falls, Ida., University of Idaho; and Janie Volk, Spo- kane, University of Portland School of Nursing. Homecoming chairmen a r e Miles Maxwell of Olympia and Victor Lazzari of Sacramento, Calif. SMC Pre.Medic Keeps Family Tradition OLYMPIA -- Keeping up a family tradition, John Paul Kohler, a St. Martin's College senior, will attend beginning classes at the Creighton Uni- versity Medical School next fall. Kohler follows the footsteps to Creighton of his late doctor- father and two doctor-uncles, now practicing in Tacoma. Married, Kohler lives at 6319 Steilacoom Blvd. S.W. in Ta- coma. St. Patrick's, Tacoma, Plans Dance Feb. 17 TACOMA--A dance is planned by the St. Patrick Parish Moth- ers Club for Saturday, Feb. 17, from 9 to midnight in the V.F.W. Hall at 2000 S. Union. Music for the cabaret dance will be provided by Ken Wiley's orchestra. A valentine motif will be followed inthe decora- tions. The dance is open to all parishioners and their friends and proceeds will go for the parish school. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Peter Vale, chairman; Mrs. Gerald Keely or Mrs. Matthew Cleary. Men's Council TV Series Is Honored NEW YORK (NC)--The Na- tional Council of Catholic Men received a special citgtion from the Thomas Alva Edison Foun- dation for its television series "Prejudice U.S.A." The citation was one of the mass medi awards presented Western A(ZCW Sets Father Shaw Is Pastor In Burse Film Benefit TACOMA'--The benefi,t showing of the motion picture, "Conspiracy of Hearts," will highlight the Western Deanery Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women's project for the Seminarian Burse Fund Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Parkland Theater here. "Open Your Heart to the Bursa" will be the theme of the evening, announced Mrs. Frank 5. Pavolka, general chairman. Filming will begin at 8:15 p.m. All attending the show will be greeted "midst a profusion of red and white flowers and the glow of red tapers" by White Salmon The Rev. John Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw, 13045 Pacific Highway S., has been named pastor of St. Jo- seph Parish, White Salmon. Father Shaw has been serv- ing as administrator of Immac- ulate Conception Parish in Ros- lyn since November. At White Salmon he replaces Rev. Paul McLaughlin who returned to his own Archdiocese of Boston in December. Father Shav was ordained in 1957. He offered his first Mass in St. Thomas Church, River- Fred O'Mara, deanery presS- ton, the parish in which is par- dent. ents still live. He w assist- Others participating in the program will be Mesdames Leo Gallagher, Lon Bishop and Mark Dolliver. Ushering will be Miss Mary Ann Basista, Patricia Bevegni, Karen Rappin, Karen Warren, MRS. F. J. PAVOLKA Tickets are available by contacting Mrs. Pavolka or Mrs. Gallagher. Wilkeson Parish Notes Pafronal Fees ant in St. Joseph Parish, Ken- newick and was also curate in St. Plus X Parish, Quincy. SU Hawaiian Club To Present Ann Brockert and Vatricia 'Hawaiian n , a yUO'oJa-' Hopkins. WILKESON -- Our Lady of Lourdes Parish here willcele- brate its patronal feast day at the 8:30 a.m. Mass Sunday, Feb. 11. The Rev. Jerome Toner, O.S.B., pastor, will be cele- brant. Members of the Altar Society will receive Communion at the Mass. Recitation of the Rosary will be said by parishioners after TACOMA--The Catholic War Veterans Auxiliary here will hold a card party at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, in SS. Peter and Paul Parish Hall. Donation is $1 per person. Proceeds will be directed to the auxiliary's charity fund. The committee includes Mes- dames Hobart Fitz, Z. Vane, Stanley Raczkowski Aldo Fed- erighi and Herman Biershenk. Valentine Party At Holy Rosary TACOMA--The Holy Rosary Mothers Club will hold a card party at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the parish hall. Mrs. F. J. Roloff, President, has appointed Mrs. Ralph Clem- ent and Mrs. Harold Hamblin chairmen. A valentine decor will pre- vail. Dessert luncheon will be served. Births Providence Hospital reports the following births to My. and the Mass. :Mrs.: Ralph Hopper Jr., girl, Jan. 29. Robert Monks, girl, Jan. 30. CWV Ladies Robert Broderlck, girl, Jan. 30. James Furlong, boy, Jan. 30. Thomas Kelly, bo., Jan, 30. Samuel Butler, boy, Jan. 30. Set Card Party albert 00een, be,, Jan. Jack Brumbaugh, boy, Jan. 31. Noel Pecknold, girl, Jan. 31. David Harris, girl, Jan. 31. Robert Jackson, boy, Feb. I. Philip Murr, girl, Feb. L ' Raymond Fernandez, glrl, Feb. 2. Edward Archibald, boy, Feb. 2. Eustaquio Ramos, girl, Feb. 2. Theodore Hamel, boy, Feb. 2. Burl Teel, boy, Feb. 2. Floyd Schumacher, boy, Feb. 2. Fred Bader, glrl, Feb. 3. Teddy Vallejo, boy, Feb. 3. Robert Rigert, boy, Feb. 3. Ronald Phlpps, boy, Feb. 4. William Smith Jr., glrl, Feb. 5. Callst Bourg, boy, Feb. 5. Dr. and Mrs. James McGulgan, girl, Feb. 5. Aquinas Mothers List Card Party TACOMA--Th, e Aquinas High School Mothers Club will spon- sor a card party at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the school auditorium. Reservations may be made with Mrs. R. Greiwe, SK. 2- 1516, or Mrs. $. Liberte, SK. 9- 3073. Your Soufhwes Parish Clubs, Organizations TACOMA--ST. RITA PARISH Holy Name Society, meeting, after 9 a.m. Mass Sunday, Feb. 11, to highlight Father-Daugh- ter Day. TACOMA -- PHILOMATHEA CLUB, meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tues. day, Feb. 13. Bellarmine cafe. buffet dinner plans February 18, Donald Reidler, guest speaker, clean- ing and care of carpets and up- holstery. Mrs. Bernard Orell, residing. FEET HURT? "BAREFOOT FREEDOM" Shoes will help fhls condition America's Most Attractive Comfort Shoe by the foundation at its seventh teria. Agenda: annual dinner February 2 for excellence in television, radio, movies and children's books. "Prejudice U.S.A." was a four-part series presented on the television "Catholic Hour" last October. It dealt with problems of discrimination. The "Catholic Hour" is produced by the National Council of Catho- lic Men in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Com- pany. I MERZ SHEET I METAL WORKS We do new and repsir lobs .f all purposes whirl sheet metal S r re- quired. MAIn 3-0242 208 Jackson Street SEATTLE 4 Tryle Walk Shoe Salon 1518 Fifth Avenue (Fifth Ave. Between Pike & Pine) I III Frank Vaculin, boy, Feb. 5. TACOMA.--St. Joseph's Hos- pital reports the following births to Mr. and blrs.: Richard James, boy, Jan. 15. George Riley, girl, Jan. 15. Robert O'Brlen, girl, Jan. 16. Melvin Prouty, girl, Jan. 17. Jack Nunis, boy, Jan. 18. Ronald Kriese, girl, Jan. 19. Reno Rosi, boy, Jan. 19. Werner Gersdorf, girl, Jan. 19. Theodore Moorhead, Jan. 19. Lawrence Palermo, boy, Jan. 20. Dr. and Mrs. John Hughes, girl, Jan. 20. Patrick Nelson, girl, Jan. 23. Frederick Hildebrand, girl, Jan. 23. Robert Plaquet, girl, Jan. 24. Jerry Marshall, girl, Jan. 24. James Glen, girl, Jan. 25. Donald Ball, girl, Jan. 26. Clarence Knopp, girl, Jan. 27. James Moss, boy, Jan. 28. John north, boy, Jan. 29. John Keegan, girl, Jan. 30. Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Rothermel, boy, Jan. 30. Raymond Hardtngs, boy, Jan. 30. William Therlault, girl, Jan. 30. Thomas Donnelly, girl, Jan. 31. Donald Bowen, boy,, Feb. 1. Frank D'Andrea, girl, Feb. 2. Alex Brockwell, girl, Feb. 2. Albrecht Bartsch, girl, Feb. 4. Robert Hermsen, boy, Feb. 5. II I CARNOLIA CLEANERS Serving Cerleto, Park and Magnolia District Same Owner for 23 Years 3412 W. Mcgraw AT. 2-3898 St. Anne's Parish EVERETT MAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Servlce for all of your dry cleaning and shirt laundry needs. VALETOR CLEAHERS & SHIRT SERVICE AL, 9-6116 Grand & Wall Seattle University's Hut 0 Nani Hawaii Club will present a three day "Hawaiian Hole- day" February 12 to 14 on campus. The three days of activities will begin Monday with the showing of slides and distribu- tion of brochures on the islands from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Union cafeteria. Tues- day movie travelogues will be shown at l:10 and 2:10 p.m. in the William Pigott auditorium. Wednesday evening a variety show will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in Pigott auditorium. Acts will include "The Young Men," a vocal trio; hula dancers, Hawaiian songs, Tahitian danc- ers, a skit on "The Legend of Hawaii," and a fashion show featuring clothing normally worn in the islands with a com- mentary or their origin. Jim Love will be master of cere- monies for the show. Co-chairmen for the event are Sandra Tanaka, junior edu- cation major; and Gerald Ya- hire, freshman biology major, both from Maul. Their committee members are Tony Baron and Cynthia Beck, entertainment; David Lum and Carol Bryan, fash- ions; Carlos Bumanglag, mov- ies; Claire Murakami and John Tomita, Hawaiian booth. RE-ELECT CLAnNCe r. 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As an architect, he can see the need for such a program in many areas of Tacoma. As a taxpayer, he's weary of hearing the Council bicker over putting the program into effect. As a candidate, he will continue to talk about it. As a Council- man he will do something about it. LOUIS M. PEDERSEN Tacoma City Councilman, Position No. 3 (Pa, td 1or bY the Pederaea to, Council Ctte Oiorenee E-- Stave, Chainnsn) Model U.N. Will Host State Meeting Seattle University's M o d e 1 United Nations chapter will be host February 17 to the Wash- ington State meeting of the Col- legiate Council for the United Nations. Mary Lou May, junior educa- tion student from Anaheim, Calif., and state C.C.U.N. chairman, will be chairman of the meeting. Featured speaker will be Dr. Charles E. Martin, past presi- dent of the American Society of International Law, a member of the University of Washington faculty. The Rev. Frank B. Costello, S.J., academic vice president, will greet the delegates. Two Seattle Uni- versity students who spent last summer in Africa, James Preston and Kenneth Gruben- heft, will also take part in the program. Faculty members from Se- attle University and from other universities in the area will take part in a series of dis- cussions. A special guest will be Warren Mitchell, Pacific Northwest Regional president of the C.C.C.U.N. SU Sodality Will Sponsor Lay Religious The Seattle University So- dality will sponsor a lay reli- gious speaker Thursday, Feb. 15, at 1 p.m. in the Student Union Building Miss Joyce Thomosmeyer of the Madonna Hous e Apostolate, Comber- mere, Ontario, Canada, will talk on her lay religious order. The men and women of this Order make promises of pov- erty, chastity and obedience, but continue their role as lay people doing professional and social work. The Order was founded in 1930 in response to a call by Pope Plus XI for more dedication on the part of the laity, Anyone interested in hear- ing about the activities of this group is invited to attend the talk. !ii!: :i ii FATHER FATHER McSORLEY HARRIS Mission At St. Benedict's Begins Sunday A two-week mission for men and women of St. Benedict Parish will begin Sunday, Feb. 11. The Rev. Andrew Harris, O.M.I., and Rev. James McSor- lay, O.M.I., will preach. The first week will be for women and the second week for men. Devotions will begin at 7:30 p.m. each day and daily Masses are at 6, 7 and 8 a.m. Father Harris was an assist- ant at St. Benedict seven years ago and Father McSorley was a missionary in The Philippines for many years. He is the brother of the Most Reverend Francis McSorley, vicar apos- tolic of Jolo, in the southern Philippines. Both are coming from the Oblate Mission House in Oak- land, Calif. 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