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8--THE PROGP-,ESS Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 Kiwanis Scholarships Awarded at Providence NANCY RULE Two students at the Provid- ence Hospital School for Medic- al Record Librarians were awarded the annual Kiwanis scholarships at a tea Sunday, Feb. 16, in the hospital lounge. Recipients of the scholar- ships, each $I00, were Bonnie Hauk of Sidney, Mont., and Nancy Rule, of Butte, Mont. The presentation was made by Arthur Watson, who awarded the first scholar- ship in 1055 as president of the Kiwanis Club. Miss Hauk, 21, a senior in Medical Record Science, will graduate from Seattle Univer- sity in June and wilt complete BONNIE HAUK her training at Providence Hospital in August. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hauk of Sidney. Miss Rule, also 21, will be the first student to graduate in Medical Record Science from Carroll College in Helena, Mont. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Rule of Butte. Sponsor of the tea each year since 1955 has been the Mu Rho Lamba Club, composed of Seattle University students maj- oring in Medical Record Science and of students com- pleting their final year at Pro- vidence Hospital. with answers to ur personal QuestiOnS LORETrA YOUNG Missionary Scheduled Meetings Main Activity Now To Preach at McChord The McChord AFB preaching i!: mission March 1-5 will be : given by Roy. Leonard W. Scannell, Missionary of t h e Oblates of Mary Immaculate and now chaplain (Lieut. Col.) USAF, at Hamilton, AFB Calif. A native of Manchester, N.- H., Father studied with the Oblates of Mary Immaculate and was ordained to the priest- hood in May, 1939, at the Na- tional Shrine of the Immacu- 1 a t e Conception in Washing- i .... ton, D. C. Following his ordination, Fa- ther Scannell was assigned to the Arctic missions of the Ob- late Fathers. Because of his Arctic experience, he was com- missioned as a chaplain to ac- company the first contingent of troups to Greenland in 1 at e 1941. After World War II, he served as director of the Pro- pagation of the Faith office in the Diocese of Columbfls, Ohio. SU's 'Becket' Held Over Extra Nights Seattle University's Teatro Inigo will present "Becket" an additional two performances on Friday and Saturday nights, February 28 and 29, ac- cording to its managing direc- tor, Roy. James Connors, S.J. Sell-out audiences for all per- formances of the three-week- old run of the Jean Anouilh drama dictated the extension of playing dates, he said. Curtain time for the added performances is, as usual at the Columbia and Broadway theater, at 8:30 p.m. Tickets at $1.25, may be reserved by call- ing EA 3-9400. ........................... :: !i Bellingham Court St. Aloysious, C.D.A. --Membership open house for Catholic women of Whatcom County, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 1, Assumption Gym. A film will be shown and Mrs. Peter Hauser, grand regent, will moderate a question and answer session. Everett Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish -- Altar Society parish FATHER SCANNELL The mission will begin at all Masses March 1, and continue with three talks daffy: at 9 a.m. for women, noon for men and 7:30 p.m. for mixed groups. A children's mission will be conducted on Monday and Tuesday, March 2-3, from 4-5 p.m. Peace Corps Exam Saturday at SU The Peace Corps placement test will be given on the Seattle University campus at 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, for those interested in entering the Peace Corps. Married couples are eligible if both can serve and have no dependent children. A college degree is not necessary in all projects. The test will be given in Rm. 404 of the Pigott Building. For further information interested applicants should contact the university counseling and test- ing center. You're Using The Wrong Approach D ! ..... 5 ":::: EAR Miss Young: I am 45 and my children are pretty well raised. My husband is a good man but for some time now he has :: : i:: been glum and morose around the house. I can't pry him loose from the TV and newspaper to take part in any social activities. ::: ;: Is there anyway I can light a fire under him?--"FIRE LIGHTER" DEAR "FIRE LIGHTER": Why even try to PRY him away? WOO HIM AWAY. You're a woman and certainly at 4S you haven't forgotten how to do that. The degree of hap- piness in your lives in the future will depend on how well you do the wooing. Sincerely, Lorett Young :::::::: "He'll Respect You More" DEAR MISS YOUNG: When I first started dating Jack, I was 29 and he was 25. When he asked me my age, I told him I was 25 because I was afraid he wouldn't want to date me anymore. Now we have been going out for more than a year and are desperately in love. Several times he has commented that he always felt he would marry a girl at least five years younger than him but never one his "own age." I am afraid to tell him; yet, at the same time, I do not want to marry him on the basis of a lie. Please help me.--THIRTY DEAR "THIRTY": Is he marrying you?--Or a date on a calendar? If a "female lying about her age" can turn his undying love to something less than it should be, forget him. It is, of course, always embarrassing to admit we have told a lie. Nevertheless, the quicker you do it, the better. If he is at all mature, he'll respect you for having suffered this embarrassment for the sake of honesty. If not, as I said above, forget him. He's not old enough nor wise enough for you. Sincerely, Loretta Young Get Well Soon! (This column represents the thinking of Miss Loretta Young, and not necessarily that of the Editor. Miss Young want your ' THE MEN OF St. Patrick's Holy Name Society needed letters -- problems, questions or reactions to her answers to an extra-large card (4'x8')to express their "get-well" wishes other questions. Address your letters to her, care of this news- to the Rt..Rev. Msgr. Michael Murtagh, pastor of St. Pat- paper.) rick Parish, who is convalescing at Providence Hospital. Honors Go to Press Delegates chievement awards for the Fourth Northwest Catholic High School Press Workshop were presented to honored delegates at an afternoon luncheon Saturday, Feb. 15. Solo Actor To Perform Shakespeare standing effort and inspiration. Kay Legreid, a Blanchet sen- ior, received an ,"Editor-in- Chief" award for her work in supervising workshop news- paper production. Kirby Croyle and Kay, co- editors of the Blanchet Miter, accepted the Best Paper Award in Class AAA competition. Sec- ond and third places in Class AAA went to the Gonzaga Prep Gonzagan, Spokane, and the Academy Dome, Holy Names Academy, Seattle. In Class AA, Best Paper div- ision, awards were made to the Academy Review, Holy Names Academy, S p o k a n e, first; Smoke Signals, Yakima Central, second, and Aquin- as Echoes, Aquinas Academy, Tacoma, third. Receiving awards In Class A were the Clarion of Holy Angels, Seattle, first; So-Le- Nt of St. Leo's, Tacoma, sec- ond, and Prairie Lite of St. Mary's Academy, Toledo, Wash., third. Phil Seeley of Serra Cathol- ic in Salem, was chosen for the DeSales Award, as best page editor. At the workshop, sponsored annually by the Seattle Uni- versity journalism department under the direction of Rev. Francis J. Greene, S. J., del- agates produce an eight-page tabloid, "Student Prints," with. in a 24-hour period. Attending this year were 152 students from Washington, Oregon, Ida- ho, Montana and British Colum- bia. Kaethe Ellis, S. U. junior, was the 1964 executive direc- tor, assisted by Gone Esqui- vel,. production director and a semor at the University. Speaker at one of the four Saturday morning conferences for delegates was Rev. James H. Gandrau, editor of The Pro- gress, who talked on "The Catholic Press." At the luncheon the Spectator Shield Award, given to the school with the highest num- ber of award-winning delegates, went to Seattle Prep, which also won the O'Connell Award for having the greatest per- centage of winning delegates. The O'Connell Award, named for the late William O'Connell, editor of The Cath- olic Northwest Progress, was presented by Mr. O'Connell's daughter, Sister Mary Vero- nica, S.N.J.M., of Holy Names Academy, Seattle. Another Seattle Prep student, Jack Reagen, was given the Never-30 Award for out- I PHILIP HANSON Philip Hanson, American solo dramatic artist, will per- form his one-man show "Kings and Clowns," by Wil- liam Shakespeare in Pigott Auditorium at Seattle Univer- sity Saturday, Feb. 22. The hour and a half s h o w, beginning at 8 p.m., is open to the public. Admission is $1.50. Hanson, called "a man of many parts," has been tour- ing his repertory of solo shows across the United States and Canada since 1959. He carries in his memory a total of 30 complete Shakespearean roles in addition to the 145 charac- ters he plays in his one-man shows. Tickets are available at the door or by calling EA 3-9400, xt. 65. I1| Other certificates, presented to delegates for individual ach- ferment at the workshop, were: BEST STORY--MIke Hunter, Loyola, Mlssoula, Mont., and Karen Smith, Morycrest, Portland. Special achieve- ment-John McCoy, Seattle Prep, and Floren Lee Sempel, Blanche,, Seattle. BEST NEWS STORY-- Jack Reagan, Seattle Prep, and Kirby Croyle, Blanch- at. Special achievement--Nancy Crow, St. Placid's, Olympia; Mary Murphy, Holy Names, Seattle, and Kathy Ryan, alanchet. BEST PEATURE STORY--L a r r y Kerschner, O'Dea, Seattle, and Patty Roberts, Holy Names, Spokane. Special chievement -- Peter Monahan, Yak[mR Portland, and Evelyn autsch,Mt. Ang- el Academy, Ore. BEST NEWS PEATURE STORY-- John McCoy, Seattle Prep, and Floren Lee Semple, Blanchet. Special achieve- merit--Kathy Rlgney, St. Placid's, Olympia; Kathy Massoth, St. Joseph's, Yakima, and Sue Nelson, Serra Cain- eric, Salem. BEST SPORTS STORY--Mark Philip,- sen, Blancher, and Gerald LaSalle, Seattle Prep. Special achievement-- Pat Inman, Bellarmlne, Tacoma. BEST SPORTS DESK WORK--JIm McGovern, Jesuit High. Special ach- Ievement-Peter Monohan, Y a k I m a Central. BEST LAYOUT -- Susie Martlneau, Holy Names, Seattle. Special achieve- ment-Pare Harper, Holy Names, Spok- ane. B E S T HEADLINE WORK--Mary Buckley, Yaklma Central. Special ach- ievement-Kathy Ryan, Blancher. BEST COPY EDITING--Marl Abbot,. Holy Rosary, Seattle. Special achieve. ment--Anita eechtold, Marycrest, Port- land, and Christine Sobba, St. Leo's Tacoma. BEST WIRE SERVICE WORK--John Moneely, Serra Catholic, Salem. BEST PHOTO--Maureen Matthlesen, Holy Names, Seattle. Special achieve - ment--Dennls Williams, -Seattle Prep. BEST PHOTO WORK--Dennis Wil- liams, Seattle Prep. Special achieve- ment-Eric Robinson, Hood River, Ore. BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4.9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA NEW AND USED APPLIANCES dinner, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, parish hall. St. Mary Magdalen Parish-- Home and School Association sponsoring Book Fair after Masses, Feb. 23, school hall. Donuts and coffee will be served. Olympia St. Michael Parish, C.D.A.-- Rummage Sale, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, Fashion Furniture Bldg. Items should be delivered to the building Thursday evening. Proceeds will aid C.D.A. scholarship,' !und. Riverton Annual Day of Recollection for members of the South Cen- tral Deanery, ACCW, begin- ning at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, St. Thomas Church, 4415 S. 140th. The Rev. Francis Coon- ey, C.SS.R., of the Palisades Retreat House, will be retreat master. Members are asked to bring lunches. On Highway 99, turn at S. 144th and follow signs. For in- formation, contact Mrs. Dahl- em (TA 4-0176). I Seattle Annunciation District, Holy Name Society--District quarter- ly meetings have been moved up to the first week (instead of the second). Next meeting will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 1, St. Thomas Parish hall, River- ton. Cana Section, Third Order of St. Francis--Group will sponsor showing of documentary film "Perversion for-Profit," 8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21, St. George's School hall, 13th and Dawson St. Movie deals with the pornography market. Eu- gene Deiss, charter member of "Citizens for Decent Litera- ture," will be featured speaker. Public invited. Requiem Mass For Mrs. Roy Johnston A requiem Mass was said Saturday, Feb. 15, in St. Bene- dict Church for Mrs. Roy (Lu- eille M.) Johnston, 60, of 4519 Densmore Ave. N., who died Feb. 12. Born in Stillwater, Minn., She had resided in Seattle since 1939. Survivors include her hus- band; a son, Philip S., Seattle; a daughter, Mrs. Gordon Schmelding, Eugene; Ore.; two brothers, Rev. James V. Con- nots, SJ., of Seattle University, and Rev. David F. Conners, S..I., of St. Joseph Parish, Se- attle; two sisters, Mrs. Flor- ence Walter and Mrs. Margaret Alden, both of Seattle, and sev- en grandchildren. Burial was at Holyrood under the direction of Hoffner's Fish- er-Kalfus Funeral Home. Tacoma Girl Gets Class Position SPOKANE -- Newly elected president of the junior class at Fort Wright College is Kathy Lundahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lundahl, 4824 So. I Street, Tacoma. A graduate of St. Leo's High School, Miss Lundahl is major- ing in biology at The Fort SeaHle Holy Names Academy Alum- nae -- Annual Day of Recollec- tion beginning at 9 a.m. Sat., Feb. 29, at the Academy. The Rev. James H. Grandau will be speaker. Registration fee of $2 includes buffet after 11:45 a.m. Mass. For reservations, call Mrs. Robert Fouty (EA 4-7291) or Mrs. Patrick Marker (EM 3- 1751). Marian Club--Meeting, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, St. Peter Claver Center. Miss Rose Krei- net will read a paper on Abra- ham Lincoln. (Painting class meets at 1O a.m. with Evelyn C. Conway). Members should bring lunch. Public invited. St. George Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis--Meetings Seattle Sunday, Feb. 23, St. James Ca- thedral. Discussion leaders' meeting, 1:15 p.m., school room l-D; postulant and novice in- struction, h15 p.m., school rooms l-A, 1-B and 1-C; chap- ter meeting, 1:45 p.m., cathe- dral hall; choir and conference services, 2:30 p.m., will include reception of postulants. St. John Parish -- Mothers' Club meeting, Wednesday, Feb. 26, after Lenten devotions, in Egan Hall. Panel discussion on vocations by Serra Club mem- bers planned. Mrs. Vincent Dooley will be hostess. St. Peter Parish--Altar So- ciety meeting, noon, Friday, Feb. 28, parish hall. The Mes- Golden Anniversary MR. and MRS. PAUL REBHAHN Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rebhahn, 705 N. 5Oth St., celebrated their 5Oth wedding anniversary Saturday, Feb. 8, with a family Mass offered by their son, Rev. Robert Rebhahn, S.J., in Bellarmine Hall Chapel at Seattle University. The Mass was followed by a family breakfast at the Hotel Edmond Meany. The Rebhahns were married February 11, 1914, at St. Joseph Church, Seattle. Mr. Rebhahn was born in Wisconsin in 1893 and moved to the Northwest with his parents as a young boy. He lived for a time in Woodinville and later moved to Seattle, where he attended school. Mrs. Rebhahn, a native of New Jersey, came west with her family' in 1903. She attended old South School and Broad- way High. Mr. Rebhahn, semi-retired, was in the lumber business and is owner of Carlson Furniture Mfg. Co. in Woodinville. He is past president of the Holy Name Society in St. Benedict Parish, where the couple has lived for 46 years. Mrs. Rebhahn is a member and past president of the St. Benedict's Altar Society, a member of the S.U. Guild and the Xavier Club. In addition to Father Rebhahn, Dean of Students at S.U., the Rebhahns have two daughters, Mrs. Timothy Sullivan and Mrs. S. J. Burke, both of Seattle, and nine grandchildren. Seattle dames Clarence Abrams, Mi- chael Amundsen and Arthur Bauchman will be hostesses. Seattle University Sodality-- The Rev. Armand Nigro, S.J., will show slides of the Holy Land and lecture on "The Life of Christ, from Bethlehem to Calx, ary," 2 p.m. Sunday, March 1, Pigott Auditorium. Open to the public. Small admission will be charged. Tacoma St. Patrick Parish--Mothers' Club tea honoring Sisters and faculty of St. Patrick's School, 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, Aquin- as Auditorium. Mrs. Robert Dixon is chairman, and Mrs. Donald Young, president. Past, presidents of the club will pour. All parishioners invited to at- tend. St. Anne's Guild -- Meeting, noon, Wednesday, Feb. 28, St. tea's Marian Room. Mrs. A. Buhr is chairman. Third Order of St. Franeis, J l St. George Fraternity -- Mem- bers will attend Northwest Re- gional Study Day, beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, St. Mary's Academy, Toledo, Wash. Conference will conclude with summary by Rev. 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