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8THE PROGRESS FrTdey, Feb. 2g, 1964 YLI Notes Communion Sunday Archdiocesan Schools Share [Summer Tours Cover World In Yule Fund Middle East Orient Mediterranean Institutes of the Young Ladies Institute will ob- serve t h e i r traditional annual Communion Sun- day, March 1, the Third Sun- day of Lent, in Seattle and Tacoma. i::::: The Members of the five : Seattle Institutes and the Ev- i:: erette Institute will attend : Mass at 9 a.m. at St. James ii! Cathedral. Breakfast will fob ilii low in the Olympic Hotel. ! The Rev. Martin M. Donnel- ly, O.P., pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish, will be guest speaker at the breakfast for which the theme will be "Peace Through Unity." Honored guests will include the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, and Institute chaplains, Revs. C. V. McEachen (St. Cecilia), Antoine Wishon, O.F.M. (Mar- iette), John Mitchell (Queen) and Kenneth Ogrodewski (Lor- raine), i: Also to be honored is Mrs. James M. Jackson of Mar- iette Institute and Grand President of the organization, which is composed of Cathol- ic Women of the West Coast and Hawaii. Mrs. Ralph H. Amen of Queen Institute will be toast- mistress. At the speaker's table will be the Mesdames William Paul of Everette Institute and Pres- ident of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic W o men; Betty Martin and Lowell Young, Grand Directors; Ken- neth Warrack and Miss Vir- ginia Scanzon. Past Grand Presidents; Miss Anne Moschet- to, District Deputy, and Pres- idents of the five Seattle Instit- utes: the Medames Henry Przblinski (Queen); Lois Fish- er (St. Cecilia); Leonard Deck- er (Lorraine) and Henry L. Jacobsen (Carmelite) and Miss Virginia Michaelis (Mariette). General Chairman is Mrs. Denny J. Vena of Mariette In- stitute. Other committee mem- bers are the Mesdames Jacob- son, Frances Dalbec, James L. Taylor, Nell Jaeger, Mart- in, Charles J. Bras, Amen, Pat A. Itarrell, and Charles M. Carroll and Miss Madelene Zanatta. O In Tacoma, Tahoma Institute, Y.L.I., will attend Mass a t 8 a.m. at St. Leo Church preced- ing a breakfast at the Winthrop Hotel. Mrs. Rolland J. Evans will be toastmistress and Rev. William Dickerson, O.S.B., of St. Martin's College will speak. Special g u e s t s will include Rev. Leon Kapfer, S.J., of Bel- larmine High School; Brother Charles J. Avendano, superin- : ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil i!! i!! ChristmasA cheCkFundfor ,4,7,327was presentedfrm the Seattle Post- Intelligencer : last week for underprivileged :::i :i ::i children of the Archdiocese. :. ::::. :: ::: i Making the presentation to ;i:: !i:  the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Philip H. !iii iiii i Daffy, Archdiocesan superin- i : tendent of schools, was E. J. Mitchell of the P-I. .............. i i Another check of $25,403.45 iii:: iiiii:!:: for the underprivileged children in public schools was presented to the Parent-Teacher Board for Child Welfare. The amounts are based on enrollment in the two school systems. Holy Rosary CCD Schedules Institute Holy Rosary Confraternity of Christian Doctrine will conduct an institute at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 8, in Holy Rosary ..... School, 4142 42nd S.W. : The Rev. John P.' Doherty, ::i 0 Ph.D., Archdiocesan Director of CCD, and Rev. William J.  Power, pastor, will be among speakers. Besides lecture and discus- sion periods throughout the afternoon, expositions of the six divisions of the Confrater- nity will include: displays of the division aims; literature on COMMITTEE MEMBERS for the annual Communion Mass and breakfast of the Young Ladies Institute in Seattle are, from left, the Mesdames Ralph H. Amen of Queen Institute, toastmistress; James L. Taylor of Lorraine Institute'and Denny J. Vena of Mariette Institute, general chairman. The Communion Sunday will be observed in Seattle and Tacoma this Sunday, March 1. (Photo by W. C. Heib ]r.) tendent of Briscoe Boys' School; Miss Margaret O'Leary, grand regent of Court Our Lady of the Lakes, Catholic Daughters of America, and the Mesdames Paul J. Nolan, President of the Catholic Women's C 1 u b; Aide Federighi, President of the Catholic War Veterans' Auxiliary; Sam Bufalini, pres- ident of the Western Deanery, ACCW and Lawrence Cleary, Grand Regent, Court Tacoma C.D.A. Mrs. Carl Forsberg Is gen- eral chairman of the affair. Assisting her are the Mes- dames William Grass, Charles McCarthy, Clarence Sehrein- er, Evans, Gerald Rink, Walt- er Durrell, Kathy Forsberg, Dee Sparkes and Phyllis Koch. Tacoma breakfast reserva- tions may be made with Mrs. Rink. all phases, and visual aid dem- onstrations. All parishioners are invited, according to Father Power, who wishes them to become aware of the activities and potential of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in their home parish. CCD members of neighbor- ing parishes are invited also. A refreshment hour will con- clude the institute. ;jUst for One Day at a Time DEAR MISS YOUNG: I know that this is an old prollem and not very exciting. But it is important to me. I am a 15-year-old girl and not very pretty and not very popular. What can I do to make friends more easily?--YOUNG GIRL WITH OLD PROB- LEM. DEAR YOUNG GIRL: The qulekest and easiest way to make friends (at any age) is to be a friend to every person 46 " you meet. That means having an interested in them attitude, a smiling face end a willingness to be of service. Why don't you start, by trying for one whole day (to begin with) to keep a sweet, kind expression on your face? Do this no matter how you feel inside or how hurt you may be. Just for one day at a time. Before you know it, this expression will become a habit and your disposition will change to match your happy, smiling face. Nothing makes a face prettier than a sweet expression. So, dear, I suggest that you look for people to be nice to-- everywhere-every day. You'll soon' have more friends than you'll know what to do with. Sincerely, LORETrA YOUNG O Filled with 'C's' and 'Z's D r EAR MISS YOUNG: For years I have lived under the shadow of a long, hard to pronounce East European name that is filled with c's and z's. Every time I meet someone, sometimes even after meeting him or her three times, I have to spell it end say it's pronounced like such.and-such. I've de- veloped quite an inferiority complex, especially because people seem too patronizing about it. My parents ,ould be heart-broken if I changed my name. I want to, though. Am I being unreasonable?--SPELL-IT-PLEASE DEAR SPELL-IT-PLEASE: I'd like to suggest "Hope" as your new name. You must have good parents. They have instilled the virtue of consideration into your character ns Is evident from your apparent concern for their feelings. Strangely enough perhaps, good parents aren't heart.broken over such things as this. This will be especially true when they realize that this change of name will make life a tittle less complicated for you. If you are a "Miss," forget It. Your future husband will change it for you. Sincerely, LORETrA YOUNG O (This column represents the thinking of Miss Loretta Young, and not necessarily that of the Editor. Miss Young wants your letters--problems, questions or reactions to her answers to , other questions. Address your letters to her, care of this news- paper.) March Days Already Full Anacortes Northern Deanery, ACCW-- Meeting, following lunCheon at noon, Wednesday, March 11, St. Mary Church hall, 1209 Sev- enth St. Election of president and secretary. Board meeting at 11 a.m. Mothers of sons or daughters in Religious Orders will be special guests. Reser- vations may be made with Mrs. Clem Bulger, 3419 W. Second, Anacortes. Bellevue sionary for China. Sacred Heart Parish--Parish I dinner, "Pranzo Italiano the ._A. Fifth,' will be served at 6 p.m. Sunday, March I, school audi- torium. In charge are Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Orrico, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orrico and Mr. andMrs. VictorScalzo. Enter-  i tainment by "The Western- aires" and "The Riverboat Ramblers." The seven parish guilds are in charge of the din- ing room and kitchen. Bothell St. Brendan Parish -- Altar III IIIIII Seattle Graduate Sodality of Seattle University--Second in series of Lenten panel discussions, 8 p.m., Chieftain lounge. Topic will be "Catholic Graduate in t h e W o r 1 d Community." On panel: Dr. John Lecocq and Miss Marge McQuillan, both recently returned from serv- ice aboard the Ship Hope; Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, and Rev. Felix Verwilghen, mis- Society's fourth annual rum- mage sale, March 5, 6 and 7, building next to St. Vincent's Store, Bothell Way. Mrs. Har- old Rupert and Mrs. Kenneth Zesbaugh a r e co-chairmen. For information, call HU 6- 5165 or HU 6-2520. C entralia Court Our Lady of Perpetual Help, C.D.A.--Tea, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 1, Community Park Building, Chehalis. Mrs. Lucille Kennedy, State Grand Regent, will be guest speaker. For information, call Sheri Burgoyne (746-8234) er Doris Wambold (736-7397). Seattle Agnes McLellan Circle, Asso- elation for Catholic Childhood-- Theater party featuring "Fin- Jan's Rainbow," at the Cirque Playhouse, 4 p.m. Sunday, March 6. Dinner following at Top of the Town. Tickets are $6 per person. For reserva- tions, call Mrs. Frank Vitulli (LA 5-5005) or Mrs. William Weber (SH 6-7644). Proceeds benefit needy and dependent children of the Archdiocese. Annunciation District, Holy Name Society-Quarterly meet- ings moved up to first week instead of second. Next meet- ing 2 p.m. Sunday, March 1, St. Thomas Parish, Riverton. Blessed Margaret Guild for the Blind--Meeting, Wednes- day, March 4, Seattle Univer- sity student union building. The Rev.. William Treacy will speak at 8 p.m. on his recent trip abroad. Business meeting will follow. Anyone interested is invited. For information, call EA 2-1041. -i Catholic Seaman's Club Aux- iliary -- Regular m o n t h I y meeting has been changed to Thursday, March 5, beginning at noon, at the Club. Chareao Club -- Progressive Rosary, Sunday, March I. Members and guests meet in the Lady Chapel, St. James Ca- thedral, 3 p.m. Transportation will be available. Dinner fol- lowing at Henning's Restaur- ant, 17528 15th Ave. NE. For reservations, call Mary Ditter (AT 3-5950) or Frances Doresh (MA 4-7735). Immaculate High S e h o o 1 Alumnae Association- Day of Recollection, 1-4 p.m. Sunday, March 8, Church of the Im- maculate. The Rev. Stanton W. Boyle of Blanchet High School will conduct the devotion. Cof- fee hour to follow. Patricia Coughlin, chairman. Reserva- tions may be made at EA 5- 2485. ' Liturgical Study Club Round Table -- Meeting, 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, March 4, li- brary of St. Peter Claver Cen- ter, 17th and E. Jefferson. The Rev. Matthew Naumes, O.S.B., of St. Martin's College, will be guest speaker. Lesson will cover Mass ef Fourth Sunday of Lent. Meeting open to all. Order of Martha -- Meeting, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, home of Mrs. Mary Schnei- der, 108 Garfield. St. John's Sanctuary Society --Meeting, 12:30 p.m. Monday, March 9, Egan Hall. St. Teresa Study Club--Meet- ing, Monday, March 2, home of Alice Schnetter. Book review, Mary Sunderland; L e s s o n, Grace Sullivan, and Current Events, Lola Moran. S.U. Town Girls- Movie, "Midnight Lace," open to pub- lic, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 1, Pigott Auditorium. 50 cents admission. Seattle University Sodality-- Slides of the Holy Land and lecture by Rev. Armand M. Nigro, S.J., "The Life of Christ from Bethlehem to Calvary," 2 p.m. Sunday, March 1, Pigntt Auditorium. Open, to public. A small admission will be charged. Ask for it at your Seattle Xavier Club--Meeting, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 3, St. Joseph's Social hall. Brother Gerald Sullivan, S.3., will be guest speaker. Lunch. Sumner St. Andrew's Guild -- Annual St. Patrick's Day card party, ! p.m. Tuesday, March 17, par- ish hall. Dessert luncheon followed by spring style show. Mrs. Edward Wallace and Mrs. Charles Pasquier, co-chairmen. Baked food sale after party. Tacoma Court Tacoma, C.D.A.--Meet- ing, 7:45 p.m. Monday, March 2, Winthrop Hotel. Mrs. Law- rence Cleary will preside. Pro- gram on vocations to be pre- sented by Mrs. A. L. Morisette and speakers. St. Leo's Grade School Mothers Club -- Annual Mass, 9:15 a.m. Sunday, March 1, St. Leo Church. All mothers of grade school children are in- vited to attend. St. Leo Parish--Altar Society meeting, 12:30 p.m. Thursday, March 5, school Marian Room. Mrs. Thomas Danaher will pre- side. Itinerary information has been released for the third Seattle University tour of the Middle East June 21-3uly 23, 1964. Tea r Leaders will be Rev. James W. King, S. 3., and Rev. William F. LeRoux, S. J. Inehded in the trip are Portugal, Egypt, Lebanon, Syr- ia, Israel, J o r d a n, Turkey, Greece and Italy. Stops will be made at Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Capernaum, Athens, R o m e, Cairo, Beirut, Lisbon and Istanbul. An assistant professor in the S.U. theology department since 1959, Father King was assistant tour director for the 1963 Mid- dle East study tour and is the author of a recent book, The Liturgy and the Laity. He has done graduate study at the Institut Gregorien de Paris, the Institut Superieur de Liturgie in Paris and the Catholic Uni- versity of America. Father LeRoux received his doctorate in theology from the Gregorian University in Rome and has been an associate pro- fessor at S.U. since 1956. He has lectured and taught class- es on the Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles of St. Paul. The tour also will be worth two college credits for Theo- logy 497 (Dead Sea Scrolls) to qualified tour members. Travel arrangements are be- ing handled by Mary North Travel Service, Inc. Total cost from Seattle of the basic 33- day tour is $1,970,80. Reserva- tions and arrangements for stopover or extensions must be made by April 10. Jesuit Novena To St. Francis March 4-12 The annual Novena of Grace in honor of St. Francis Xavier will begin Wednesday, March 4, in St. Joseph Church, Seattle, and St. Leo Church, Tacoma. The novena will continue through March 12. Conducting the novena at St. Joseph's will be Rev. Armand M. Nigro, S.J., professor of philosephy at Seattle Univer- sity and well-known as a re- treat master. Exercises will be at 12:15, 3:30 and 7:45 p.m. daily. In Tacoma, Rev. Th o m a s Sexton, S.J., rector of Jesuit High School in Portland, will conduct the novena exercises. Talks at St. Leo's will be at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. daily. Con- fessions will be heard after the services. Japan's southern island, Kyushu, where the seeds of Christianity were plant- ed by St. Francis Xavier, will be among places of inter- est on the itinerary of Seattle University's 1964 Orient Tour. En route from Kyoto, the group will retrace part of the route taken by Xavier during his magnificent apostolic work in the Orient. The tour will visit Nagasaki, familiar to most Americans as the second A-bomb city, but perhaps less well-known as the center of Christianity in Japan. Following the visit to Nagasaki the group will move on to Okinawa, Formosa, Hang Kong and Macao. The tour will leave Seattle via jet airliner on June 26 and will terminate July 18 in Hang Kong. Tour members may then take inexpensive extensions to Singapore and Bangkok, Ma- nila or Hawaii, or return to the United States via jet. Cost of the basic, 23-day tour is $1,559. Tour arrangements are being handled by the Mary North Travel Service of Seattle. Tour director will be John R. Ta]evich, university editor and assistant professor of journal- ism. A graduate of Seattle Uni- versity, he has been a member of the faculty since 1955. Ft. Wright Official To Visit Area SPOKANE -- Miss Rose Rita Fanger, assistant director of admissions at F o r t Wright College will be in Western Washington, March 9 through 20, for high school college conferences. Parents and prospective stu- dents interested in interview- ing Miss F a n g e r, may con- tact her at the following loca- tions: March 9, Western Wash- ington State College, Belling- ham, and Skagit Valley Junior College, Mt. Vernon; March 1O, Mercer Island, Sammamish, and Mountlake Terrace; March 11, Renton and Auburn; March 12-13, University of Washing- ton; March 15, Evergreen, Mr. Rainier and Highline; March 17, Seattle P a c i f i e College; March 18-19, Seattle University; March 20, Everett Junior Col- Fort Wright College, a four- year liberal arts college, spec- ializes  in the preparation of teachers for elementary and secondary public and private schools. A special conducted tour of the Mediterranean area, fea- turing the classical highlights of the Near East, the Holy Land, and North Africa, has been announced for this sum- mer, under the personal di- rection of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James A. Magner. The group is schtduled to leave from New York by air on July 13, to Rome, then to Greece, Turkey, Israel, Jor- dan, Syria, and Lebanon. A tour of Iran, including the monuments of ancient Per- sia, will be followed by a visit of the principal points in Egypt. An extension will proceed to Algeria, Morocco, and Spain. The first portion of the tour will end on August 10, with the continuation returning to New York about August 22. Monsignor Magner, who is Procurator of The Catholic University of America a n d founder of The Charles Car- roll Forums of Chicago and Washington, D. C., is a world traveler, writer and lecturer. Information and applications for membership on the tour may be obtained by writing to him, in care of The Catho- lic University of A m e r i c a, Washington 17, D. C., or to Paul L. Klein Travel Service 100 W. Monroe Street, Chica 3, Ill. AI teric: L s two finest vermou :hs ha 'e come to W/shington DRY and SWEET VERMOUTH The Christian Brothers, Napa, California h LENTEN SPECIALS RGo[!!  10:00 P.M. MaN. ATIN ...................... .c. 5 $ TV BINGO I { THRU FRI GET ! 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