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8--THE PROGRESS: Friday, e. 15, I% PRE-CANA CONFERENCES for engaged couples will begin the first Sunday of Lent, March 3, at 8 p.m., in the St+ Peter Claver Center, 507 17th Ave., across from Provi- dence Hospital. Conferences will be held each Sunday during Lent at 8 p.m. and registration fee is $2 a person or $4 a couple. Some of the conference speakers pictured above are (from the left) Mr. and Mrs. Ted McGeary, Mrs. Five Schools Announce Honor Rolls The Blanchet High School honor roll for the second quarter has been announced by R ev. David White, dean of studies. The studeots .are: SENIORS First Honors--Sally Jo Bonnet, Don- old Betz, William Blgas, Cherryl Cyr, Dianna Davern, Gladys Kreiling, Val- erie Vorls, Adela Yarbro Second Honors--Shirley Ann Biglor, Judy Burns, Richard F. Burns, Colleen Carr, Susan Coyne, Kim Dixon, Dean Droppelman, Grog Engel, Marianne Fat- torini, Pamela Jackson, Kathy James, Robert James, Catherine Knudsen, Carol Kraft, Amy Kuehlthau, Kathleen Lamp man, Alan Lorpenteur, J o h n Lavln, Adrienne LeBlanc, Riana Le May, Bon- nie Lennox, Cathleen McCarthy, Mad- lyo McMahon, James Miller, Paula Mulllkln, Margaret Penne, Tom Queen, Diane Rabideau, Irene Scofleld, Ann Sullivan, Richard Swanson, Elizabeth Thrasher, Kathy Weaver, Mary Welch, Christine Wlgen, M a r y Wlgen, Tom Workman, Claudia Zech JUNIORS First Honors--John Bernhard, Toni Berselli, Lynn Broadgate, Cheryl Gra- ham, Anne MacAdam, Donald Parda, Pre Cane Conferences Slated Barbara Swan m Second Honors--Patrlcla Bar, Mike Benner, Stephen Blngham, Kirby Croyle, Charlotte Banchero, James Reilly, Rev. Barry Brunsman, Patrick Curran, Janis Eaton, Renald O.F.M,, Dr. Raymond Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shea. Ferwerda, Susdn Flnney, Lucy Four- nler, Dustln Frederick, Pat Frlnk, An- Other speakers will be Rev. William Treacy, Mr. and Mrs. drew Gerst, Maura G,lgln, Bill Hal. man, Koran Keller, Dana Larssen, The- Joseph Colucdo, Mrs. Alice Rails and John Peluso. All rosa MacKenzie, Kathryn Marln, Kathy phases of courtship and marriage will be discussed. For Mafson, Stephen McCarthy, Mary Sue further information call the Catholic Information Center, MA. 2-2097. --(Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) Plan Dinner At Bellarmine PHILOMATHEA MOTHERS CLUB of Bellarmine High School will have a roast beef buffet dinner Sunday, Feb. 17, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the school cafeteria. All proceeds will benefit the school. Tickets will be available at the door. Planning the dinner with Rev. John Sneeringer, S.J., are (left) Mrs. George Race and Mrs. A. B. Comfort Jr., the co-chairmen. Girls from St. Leo's and Aquinas High Schools will assist with the dinner. St Joseph Auxiliary Tea Set THE FOURTH ANNUAL membership tea held by the Sisters of St. Joseph Auxiliary is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 17, from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Teresa's Residence, 906 Terry Ave. Mrs. Samuel B. Wiper pours tea for two of the Sisters, Sister M. Frandta (center) and Sister M. Mat. thins, whose education the Auxiliary helps finance. Guest speaker at the tea will be Rev. Howard Lavelle, pastor of St. Louise Church, Bellevue. (Photo by IV. C. Heib Jr.) Junior CDA Groups To Meet ---Tacoma TACOMA -- The Junior Cath- olic Daughters of Court Tacoma will observe Junior Week from February 17 to 23, A general meeting and initia- tion of new members will be held Wednesday, Feb. 20 at St. Patrick C h u r c h auditorium from 7 to 9 p.m. Initiates are Cynthia Nesbihal, Sandra Deer- ing, Mary Ann Sopher. St. Anne's, St. Imleda's and St Maria G0retti's Troops will participate in the ceremonies. --Bellingham BELLINGHAM--Miss Bever- ly Hauser, Junior Leader of Junior Catholic Daughters of America. will observe Junior Day Friday, Feb. 22. The day will consist of Mass followed by a breakfast served by the senior court. In the af- ternoon, new members will be initiated and this will be fol- lowed by a swim and coke party. 50 Foster Parents To Be Feted Fifty foster parents will be especially honor- ed. the Foster Parents banquet scheduled S h r o v e Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Grand Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. The dinner which is sponsor, ed by Catholic Children's Ser. vices and the Assembly Club honors all parents who during the previous year have taken dependent children into their homes. A special award will go to Mr. and Mrs, Santiago Beltran of Seattle who have cared f6r foster children 26 years. Ten-year awards will go to Mr. and Mrs. James Barton, Tony Martin, Robert Maylo, Paul Savidge, Albert Woodruff and George Marinan. Five year awards to Mr. and Mrs: Michael Byrnes, John Davis, Mrs. Lillian Deiro, Aldo Ferrari, Jasper Harvey, John Hughes, L e s t e r McFadden, Jerome Neal, Francis Pram- mer, Donald R e i s s, Robert Stepheus, John Swadley and Frank Walen. Those who have given a year's service to the foster parents program are Mr. and Mrs.: George Aqulno, Warren Askegard, Roy Berglund, Peter Bosserman, M a r t i n Clark, Adolfo Cornejo Jr., Edwin De- Roost, Jacinto D u r o, Fred- crick Foerster, Melville Forde, Solomon Gantt, Francis Hanna, Dale Heltsley, Donald Huff- man, John Katica, Matthew Kinzy, John Lang, Frank Low- ry, Eugene McGill, John Mal- Colrn, Donald Miller, Thomas Moriarity, Frank Posthuma Jr., Rexford R o w I a n d, William Sh o r t, Raymond Stalkfleet, Francis Sturdivant, Bernard Thueringer, Ralph Van Halle- bake and George Works. Mission Begins Sunday At St. Plus MOUNTLAKE TERACE -- A two week mission conducted by Rev. Richard Hedge, O.F.M. and Rev. L i o n e I Moroney, O.F.M., will begin this Sunday, Feb. 17, at St. Plus X Church. The first week will be for women and the second week for men. All evening services will begin at 8 p.m. and daily Masses are at 6, 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. Pastor of St, Pins is Rev. Laurence O'Larey. McMonus, Daniel Melns, M o r y Ann Meulemans, Kleth Priestly, Noel Pyaff, Kathleen Scherrer, John Tawney, Susan Thompson, J e a n Torgerson, Mlchele Welch, Paula Supplen SOPHOMORES First Honors--Kathryn Barnowe, gath- Valentine Wish To The Progress "Since our class had already decided to use the money we always spend on valentines for something more worthwhile we are sending you the money. Please use it for fir subscrip- tions." Written in a neat hand, this valentine wish came into The Progress office this week from the sixth grade elass of Christ the King P a r i s h. Enclosed with it was $10 which will be promptly put to use as the youngsters had requested. Thanks also go to the sixth graders for their promise "to pray daily for the success of uur w o n d e r f u ! 'Northwest Progress'." leon Cart, Lawrence Dlckson, Mary Hermann, Susan Hyde, Marllyn Jaeger, Kathleen Linden, Judith McComas, Mary McDermott, Kathryn Olstad Second Honors--Cathleen Campbell Jerllyn Dadosio, Elalne Davis, Kathfeen Donahue, Craig Duncan, Margaret Ed- mundson, Modelefne Floury, Christine Hall, Jay Hoffman, Robert Ingalls, Mar- fares Kleffner, Judith Longhons, Janie Macready, Patty Martin, Mari.lyn Mihm, Jocelyn Phillips, Paulo Piper, Floren Sempel, Ralph Scaffold, Kerry Sullivan, Mnureen Sullivan, Mary Tolstod, Mi- chael Tscheu, Helen Wagoner, Margaret Wlgen, Yvonne Yarbro, MarHyn Zugish FRESHMAN First Honors--Walter Antoncich, Second Honors--Mary Kathleen Booby, Elizabeth Bohler, Filomena Chofre, An- gala Dawson, James Duff, Daniel Dug- gan, Llnda Dunatov, Victoria Emel, Barbara Flakus, Charles Galney, Rob- ert Gardner, Katbieen HIckey, Paula Holdea, Linda Jennings, Barbara Kai- ser, Jerri Kalk, Will Lewis, Bertha Martin, Carol Motkln, Anne McCann, Kathleen McDade, Jeanette Mladenovic, Margaret Pamment, Nancy Parda, Chris- tine Rowe, Ann Marie Shevlin, Patrlcia Sneeringer, Kenneth Waldren --OSDea Seventy-six boys have been named to the honor roll at O'Dea High School for the fall semester. The honor students are: 20 Club: Paul Chelminiak, Stephen Dodd, Raymond Lledtke, Bill SchuIler, Dennis Welch, Michael Welch, Patrick Welch Russell, David Segadelll, Robert Sharp, John Shorkey, Albert Spodoni, Richard Spengle, Paul Tourigny, Lorry Warren, Tom Whiting, David Zimmar --Holy Angels Thirty girls made the honor roll during the fall semester at Holy Angels High School, according to Sister Mary Rose de Lima, O.P., principal. Those on the high honor roll are Patrlcia Carel, Colleen Ouffy, Patrlcla Brown, Theresa McBride, Mary Kath- erine Doherty. Low Honor Roll: Pauline Thompson, Sue Plcht, Mary Ferguson, Barbara Llnscott, Pat Steer, Pauline Lord, Mary Jo Lien, Leslie Carter, Mary Jo Carol, Cynthia Cox, Loretla McAIlister, Koth- teen DeSanto, Linda Moyovsky, Joyce Beers, Norma Berono, Elizabeth Lee, Llnda Boers, Patrlcla Culllnane, Linda Nauroth, Rebecca Murphy, Kathy O'Brlen, Kathy Lord, Monico Carpen- ter, Maureen McDonnell, and Eliza- beth McKay. --S, Mary's TOLEDO-- Four students at 19 Club: Alien Ashby, Mike Bannon, Michael Della, Robert Englebert, John Fowble, Rex Gulchard, Richard Hill, Joseph McCloskey, Larry Mlchaelson, James Mylet, Fred Patz, Richard Shop. herd 18 Club: Christopher Balkany, Bruce Droppelman, Pgul Everitt, Bill Haoland, Mike Jones, Dennis Kemp, John J. Kirschner, Mike Millet, Neale Smith, Ronald Sursely, Terry Tazloll, Judd Todd 17 Club: Robert Aiello, James Arlma, Dennis Dalisky, Richard Dedd, Brian Gurry, Dave Korkuwski, Michael Lough- ery, Mlke McCann, Dixon McClary, Jeff McCloskey, Edmund Oberfl, Augesto Pasion, Don Prasnlkar, Wilmer Steele, Danny Venls, Gerald Vermeire 16 Club: WaYne Ambrose, Jim Barfer, Donald Beyer, Gerald Carter, Perry Cotton, Mike Coolen, Dan DeLeuw, Paul DlDonato, Edward Dougherty, Andrew Goroch, Steve Hudziak, Carl Jacobson, Mike Jesse, Michael Kaiser, John Kie- let, Steve Kocharhook, David Miller, Lawrence Naehr, James Nelson, Eugene St. Mary Academy received a 4.0 (straight A) grade point average during the last semes- ter. They are Carol Wood, Mar- guerite Kaiser, Ann Melchior and Dianne Dugaw. Others on the honor roll are: S n I o r s: Mary Buennagel, Janle Chromey, Gloria Gearhort, Coral Ger- berding, and Koren Wild. Juniors: Barbara Borte, Marilyn Brown, Mary Clear, Judy Coppage, Cathy Dldier, Kathy Eisner, Vickle Kann, Susan LaFond, Helen McCord, and Shirley Oczkewicz. Sophomores: Peggy Batterberry, Rose- mary Busby, Mary Ellen Garvey, Cathy Gibbons, Pat Hollahan, Janice Scheur- ich, Barbara Wood, and Kathy Zimaro- vich. Freshmen: Sharon Berard, Chris Leahy, Mary McDaniel, Larry Ann Olsen, Susan Russ, Beverlee Whaley, and Margie Zatloukal. Council Decisions Activities Calel tdar Oblige Changes Major eventl |ponnored by Gatholle organisa- In Braga Rite Uons axe lifted here. The purpo6e of the calendar is to a I d lm a o i d l n g conflict of dates In scheduling BRAGA, Portugal (NC)--Arch- eventL IMnttngll should be lent to The ProgresB in bishop Antonio Martins Ju- wrlUDg, nior of Braga has announced February 15, 16 -- T h i r d annual rummage sale sponsor- ed by St. Brendan Altar So- ciety, to be held next door to St. Vincent de Paul Store at , Bothell stoplight, 9 a.m. to 6 Winlock Retreat p.m. February 16, 19PI--St. Ber- nadette Parish dance and pot- luck supper. February 18, 1963 -- Mardi Gras Ball sponsored by Queen of Wisdom Guild of Holy Rosary parish, Edmonds, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. February 16, 1963 -- Pro- Lenten dinner dance, St. Mark Parish, 7 p.m. Februar; 17, 1963--Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark Auxiliary membership tea, St. Teresa Hom% 906 Terry, 2 to 4 p.m. February 20, 1963 -- Seattle prep sophomore luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. Josevh Social Hall. March 4, S, 1963- Holy Rosary Mothers Club, Tacoma, rummage sale, 15th and Com- merce St. March 8, 1063 -- St. Charles Borromeo Parish, T a c o m a, THE REV. Conan Lee, O.E.M., of Sacred Heart Church, Winlock, will con- duct the r e t r e a t at St. Mary's Academy February 19-21. Before coming to Winlock, F a t h e r Conan was stationed in St. Anthony's, Tigard, Ore. He was formerly principal of St. Elizabeth's High School, Oakland, Calif. Debaters In Centralia Meet Listed CENTRALIA.--Debate teams from St. Martin's High School in Olympia and St. Mary's Academy in Win!ock captured honors in the annual Centralia Junior College Invitational Fo- rensic Tournament Friday and. fashion show at the Winthrop Saturday here. Hotel. St. Martin's won second place sweepstakes. Individual honors also included Tom Walker, Carl Schroeder and M i k e Sexton, winning first, second and third place, respectively, in the im- promptu speaking. Sexton placed second in ex- temporaneous speaking; Paul Twohy, top honors in interpre. tative reading; Pat Loughney, finalist in extemp; a n d Ran Wambold, oratory finalist. St. Mary's placed in their di- vision with interpretative med- als won by Mary Frances Gaines of Everett, second, and Susan L a F o n d of Olympia, third. Requiem Said For Sister Bonaventure March 12, 1963--Catholic Sea- men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. March 14, 1963 -- St. Cath- erine Parish St. Patrick's lun- cheon and card party, 1 p.m., school gymnasium. $1.50. For reservations call LA 4-4316 or LA 2-2398. March lS, 1963 -- St. Anne Mothers C I u b annual crab dinner, 5:30 p.m., school hall. March 19, 1963--Association for Catholic Childhood, quar- terly tea, 12:30 p.m., Ozanam Hall, 410 Marion St. March 20, 196S--seattle Prep freshmen luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. March 21, 1963 -- Southern Deanery, Archdiocesan Coun- cil of Catholic Women, meet- ing Mary McCrank's restau- rant, six miles south of Che- halls. March 26, 1963 -- St. Edward Parish annual spring fashion show and luncheon at the new parish hall. 4212 Meade St., 11:30 a.m. For reservations call PA 3-5998 or PA 3-5813. March 28, 29, $0, 1963 -- Blan- chet Mothers Club rummage sale, 6403 Roosevelt Way. April 9, 1963 -- Catholic Sea- men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. April 16, 1963 -- St. Anne's Sanctuary S o c i e t y annual spring luncheon, 12:30 p.m., parish hall. April 17, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card-party, 12:30 p.m. Fresh- men mothers hostesses. April 17, 1963--Spring style show and luncheon sponsored by the sodality of Christ the King Parish in the Elks Ledge on Eastlake Avenue. Social hour at 11 a.m. Luncheon at noon. April 23, 1963--Annual card party held by the Mount St. Vincent Auxiliary at the Span- ish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. April 24, 1963--Holy Rosary Mothers Club, Tacoma, spring card party, noon, school audi- torium. April , 1983 -- Forest Ridge Convent Alumnae bridge tea, 1 p.m., at Forest Ridge. April 27, 1963 -- Plant sale sponsored by Queen of Angels Guild of Christ the King Parish. April 30, 1963 -- Seattle Uni- versity Guild lnnchoon, 12:30 p.m., Marycrest Hall. May 1, 1963--The Francisco Section of Our Lady of Fatima Parish will sponsor their annual luncheon and style show at the Seattle Tennis Club at noon. May 2, 1963--Luncheon, Georgian Room, Olym/ic Ho- tel, 12:30 p.m. Association for Catholic Childhood. May J, 1963-- Blanchet Mothers Club d e s s e r t card party, 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Freshmen mothers will hostess. May 4, 1963 -- Luncheon and day of recollection for the so- dairy of Christ the King Parish. May 4, 1963 -- Holy Names Academy A 1 u m n a e spring luncheon, Sand Point Golf and Country Club. May 7, 1963 -- Catholic Sea- men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. Every Home A Minor Seminary -- Prelate ALLAHABAD, India, Feb. 5 (NC) -- Every Catholic home should be transformed into a sort of minor seminary or potential novitiate, Archbishop James Robert Knox, Apostolic Internuncio to India, said in inaugurating St. Joseph's Sem- inary's new chapel and Catholic information center. One Call is All for Complete Heating Service FUEL SERVICE INSTALLATION o Phone PA. 2-0480 /i GRIFFIN F U Ill h OOMPANY TACOMA--The Rev. Thomas Gabish, O.P., was the cele- brant of a requiem high Mass in the Marymount Chapel of the Dominican Mothershouse for Sister Mary Bonaventure, O.P. (Ellen Ryan) who died February 11, after a lingering illness. The requiem was cele- brated February 13. The sermon was given by that the decisions on the litur- gy taken at the ecumenical council make it necessary to revise the liturgical books of the Braga Rite. He said he has appointed a committee to make the revision. The Braga Rite, used only in this northern Portuguese arch- diocese, is very similar to the Roman Rite, differing only in details. Chief differences are the double genuflections used dur- ing the Mass and the custom of the celebrant's standing at one side of the altar to ex- hibit the Host at the Conse- cration and priest's Commu- nion. There are also differ- ences in the Divine Office. The Braga Rite may date back as far as 1100. Its use was confirmed in 1924 by Pope Plus XI. AccessorT by Ce WEEK-END ;An m O t-'q000000nw00D 1 Lb BUTTER 59 Package , Prices Effectwe Friday and Saturday, February 15 16 --Holy Names Nearly 12 percent of the pu- ,pils at Holy Names Academy merited first honors for the first semester just ended.( Eighty-seven girls obtained a grade point average of 3.6 to 4. Leading the honor list are 37 seniors: Georglana Arnold, Patricla Baish, Con- nie Belmont, Betty Bracelln, Pairlcla Bracelin, Connie Belmont, Cathleen Car- ney, Ann Cbaney, Jo-Ann Cowan, Ro- berta Donovan, Patrlcla Goings, Ru- by Gustafson, Kathleen Haggerty, Diane Hardin, Margaret Harrlngton, Suzanne Johnson, Barbara Knapp, Dolores Lo Grandeur, Mary Ann MacRae, Carol Moher, Patricla Manion, Arlene Mor- gan, Patricia Morgenroth, Mary Moore Bernadette North, Mary P. O'Neill Theresa Pagni, Amy Ruth, Shirley ber, Paula Smith, Susan Thoma, Betsy Timmons, Kathy Wakefield, Carla: Wells, Catherine Zlmmerman, Helena Zohn, Janlce Zomphrelll, Noel Zum Brunnen. The junior class had 24 first honor students. They are the following: M. J. Beaumont, Shirley BIssonene, Can- dace Brazier, Maureen Byrne, Poola Caro, Janet Chlsman, Audrey Clay- ton, Lavonne Douvllle, Sandra John- Weaving with odds and ends, sixth in a winter series of workshops for adults who work with children, will be offered at the Seattle Creative Activ- m ities Center, Monday, Feb. 25 W from 1:15-2:45 p.m. Single sessions in this series of arts and crafts workshops may be attended for a fee of $1.50. Youth group leaders and in- terested parents are invited to attend. Mrs. Nancy Cape will In- struct the class in odds 'n ends weaving. Participants, using cardboard looms they make for themselves, will begin work on a beach bag or purse. Regis- tration forms and information are available at the Center, EA 2-4948 daily, except Wed. nesday, hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. bit o' wit some don't pass the buck is when there is a collection. GENUINE IMPORTED P()LISH l{ili00[ TheHam they never hurry! Sl0w, sl0w, sl0w curing makes the differencd In no other ham will you find such unique :natural ham flavor. Luscious and tender Polish Ham is fully cooked, ready to eat. There's a convenient size for every family, h cans fr0m :: 2 to 12 lbs. Buy it t0dayl NEW YORK, (NC)--William F. J. Ryan would be a good bet to stump the panel on a quiz show. He designs the coats-of-arms for many of the new members of the American Hierarchy. Ryan only recently completed the heraldic signatures of America's two newest Bishops -- Auxiliary Bishops John J. Dougherty and Joseph A. Cos- teilo, of Newark. Demanded by Vatican Why do Bishops have coats- of-ans? "The simplest rea- son," Ryan replies, "is that they are demanded by the Vatican." "Used as a seal," he noted, "the coat-of-arms authenticates episcopal acts. Every abbot, bishop, archbishop and cardi- nal in the Church must have one, as well as some Vatican officials." The origin of the coat-of- arms, Ryan explained, "lies in medieval days. Knights engaged in battle, wearing heavy armor and visor, bad to have some way of distinguishing friend from foe. Needed Defense The bishops of those days were themselves fuedal lords, whose property had to be de- fended. So they, too, adopted what I like to think of as me- dieval license plates." Even after the introduction of fire arms rendered armor useless, he pointed out, an identification mark was still necessary. "It's presence on official edicts," he said, "was an important symbol in a day when the average per- son could neither read nor write." To carry on his work, Ryan has a library of 500 volumes on heraldry. He also makes use of the New York Public Library, which has some 7,000 books on heraldry and another 70,000 on genealogy. Designer Of 'Medieval License Plates' Would Stump Quiz Panel Sister taught most of her Tacoma Girl years in the Seattle Arch. diocese. Included in her field Soph Head of labor were the following schools: St. Edward, Seattle, where she was superior and At LI |,MOi7 Names principal; Mount Virgin and SPOKANE--Kathy Lundahl, a Assumption, Seattle; St. Pat- graduate of St. Leo High rick's Tacoma, Assumption, School, Tacoma, was elected Bellingham; St. Paul's, Yak- president of the Sophomore ima, and Lourdes Academy, class of Holy Names College Ellensburg. here. Kathy is president of Sister Bonaventure is sur- Spurs, national service club, rived by five sisters, Mrs. J. the Sodality and Rho Tau Dunohy, Mrs. T. Brennan, Mrs. Sigma, science club. T. Reidy, Mrs. J. Kenny and She is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. W. Kavanaugh; and a and Mrs. E. A. Lundahl, 4824 brother, J. Ryan, all living S. I Street, Tacoma. in Ireland. Rev. William Greier, pastor of Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church. Present in the san. etuary were Rev. Joseph Logan, S.J., Rev. J. E. Mi|- ner, Rev. Edmund Barry, Rev. Malaehy Monahan and Rev. Andrew Vachon, S.J., chaplain of Marymount. Sister Bonaventure was born in Woolengrange, County Kil- Keeny, Ireland. She entered the novitiate at Crosshaven, Cork, in 1913 and sailed for the United States that same year. She received the Dominican habit in 1914 and made her first vows a year later. Weaving Workshop Planned son, Justlne Jordan, Mlchele Malo," Robert McKay, Kathy Neal, Elleeh Riley, Margie Rossl, Carol St. Ger- maine, Lynn St. Onge, Virginia Shel- ley, Ann Spiers, Kathy Sullivan, Jean Taylor, Anne Todd, Jackalee Vestal, and Carol Wagner. Seventeen sophomores made #he roll: Mary Boys, Susan Carson, Carole Crop Icy, Dlan DeBoer, Jane DeVane, Marlle. Fort, Bonnie Geraghty, Jean Harvey, Sharon Henderson, Dlanne LaGrandeuri MIchoelann McGuire, Kay McWolter, Ann Peebles, Marilyn Perrl, Sally Pur- cell, Donna Thomas, Carol Webb. Eleven freshmen honor studontl are: Constance Bergeron, Alto Can.. field, Regina Consego, Marjorle Gill, M. M. Herzog, Carol Lavlolette, Marie Lynn, Noreen O'Connell, Barbara Paschke, Koran Retchless, and Koran Rogers. Carla Wells and Helena Zohn, acJ cording to word recently received from the Merit Scholarship commlflee, hove been named finalists and are under con sideration for major scholarships.