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.g-=THE PROGRESS , .... Friday, March 8, 1963 Aberdeen Parish Plans Dinner IRISH MUSIC will provide a background for the annual St. Patrick's Day dinner at St. Mary's Parish in Aberdeen. The dinner will be from 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 17. Genera[ Chairman for the dinner is Mrs. Martin Scaly (seated) who outlines plans with committee members, (from the left) Mrs. Oscar Matinson, Mrs. Michael Zawislak and Mrs. John Manio. Leprechaun Foretells Dinner TWO-YEAR-OLD Angela Bacon, one of the smaller members of Sacred Heart Parish, Battle Ground, portrays a leprechaun foretdling the good dinner which will be held Saturday, March 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the social hall, Glenwood. Tickets are $1.25 for adults, 50 cents for children under 12 and a special family rate of $4.50. Mrs. Leo Becker, president of St. John Evangelist Guild, is chairman. Crab Supper For St. Anne's PUTTING the finishing touches on their decorations for the St. Anne's Mothers Club annual crab supper Friday, March 15 are (from the left) Mrs. Russell Hokanson, ticket chairman, Mrs. James Dalton, general chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Maguire, president of the Mothers Club. The sup- per will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p,m. in the school hall, First Ave. W. and Lee St. Tickets are $2 and may be purchased by calling AT 2-1674 or AT 2-5076. St. Mark's Science Winner TERRY DONOVAN, an eighth grader at St. Mark School, exhibits his electric arc heater which won first place in the recent Sdence Fair held at the school. Students from fourth through eighth grades partidpated. Twenty-one stu. dents are eligible to participate in the King County Science Fair late this month. St. Patrick's Day Festivities Plannec00 Bellevue St. Louise Parish--The film "Song of Bernadette," will be presented tonight, March 8, at 8:30 in the parish social hall, by St. Anne and St. Berna- dette Guilds. A small admis- sion charge will be made to defray the cost of the movie. Additional plans are being discussed for similar family presentations in keeping with the spiritual season of Lent. Stations of the Cross will pre- cede the movie at 8 p.m. in the church. Centralia St. Mary Parish--The Par- eats Club is sponsoring a spring dinner Sunday, March 10, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the school auditorium. The entree will be rolled roast and tickets will be available at the door. Proceeds will go to- ward the purchase of school equipment. Heading the dinner committee are Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Schwarz, Edward Con- zatti and James Mikota. News From Seattle U: Archbishop Will Show Slides On Council The Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Con- nelly will give a slide lecture on the Ecumenical Coun- cil Tuesday evening, March 12, at 7:30 in the Pigott auditorium on the Seattle Uni- versity campus. Dr. B. M. Steckler, associate professor of chemistry at Seat- tle University, has received a $5,000 research grant from the Research Corporation, a nation- al foundation that supports ad- vanced scientific studies. The funds will go toward the purchase of a speetro- phometer which measures and records the light absorption patterns of molecules. Dr. Waldemar B. Campbell, s t a t e department officer in charge of South Africa will speak on the "Problems of Af- rican Nations Emerging into Modern Society" at a sympos- ium on Sub-Sahara Africa to open tonight, March 8, at 8 p.m. on the SU campus. Delegates from three dozen northwest c o 11 e g e campuses will be at the university for the two-day program sponsored by the SU Model United Nations Club. m ill A computer center will be es- tablished on the Seattle U. campus, according to Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., presi- dent. The center, a teaching and research tool for all divisions, will be on the fourth floor of the Barman Building and will be equipped initially with high digital computer equip- ment valued commercially at $200,000. It will be supplied by the In- ternational Business Machine Corporation and the basic unit, an IBM 1620 computer, will be delivered to the campus early in the fall. It should be function- ing by November, Father Le- mieux said. Dr. Thomas 3.. Kil- lian, assistant to the president for science and engineering, was named acting director. Scholarships are available to qualified applicants for Seattle University's 12 annual sympos. ium on alcoholism, which be- gins April 3 and runs 10 weeks. The Washington State De- partment of Health and the Seattle-King County Anfi-Tu. bereulosis League are offering 2, scholarships. Public health nurses, school nurses, teach. ers, police and doctors are el. igible. The symposium is held every Wednesday from 8:10 to 10:10 p.m. and the course may be taken for credit if desired. Twelve lecturers from the fields of medicine, psychol- ogy, social work and law en- forcement will speak. The Rev. James E. Royce, S.J., head of SU's psychology de- p'tment, is symposium di. rector. Tuition for the symposium if taken for credit is $35; $26 if not taken for credit. Registra- tion is Friday, March 29, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, March 30, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Entrance Exams Slated For Holy Names Entrance examinations will be held at Holy Names Acad- ery, Seattle, beginning 9 e.m., Saturday, March 23. The examinations are given for the convenience of those who will enter the Academy in the fall. After the tests, the girls will have an opportunity to tour the building. Those who come from a distance may take luncheon in the cafeteria if they wish. East German Jesuit To Speak REV. RAIMUND GREIGER, S.J. An East German 3.esuit, Rex,. Raimund Grieger, will speak Thursday, March 14, at 8 p.m., in the Pigutt Auditorium on the Seattle University campus. His discussion of "The Situa- tion Behind the Wall," spon- sored by the Seattle U Guild, is free of charge and the public is urged to come. As a resident of Berlin, Father Grieger lived in that city during World War II and the years following when the Soviet a r m y occupied the city. At the present Father is teaching German at SU after spending last summer teach- ing "The Philosophy of Com- munism" at the University of Santa Clara. He will re- turn to Berlin in a few weeks. In his talk of Eastern Ger- many, Father will describe the "YoUth Consecration" cere- monies in which young people attest to the infallibility of the Communist party and the "Socialist Marriage" where bride and groom agree to bring their children up in the Com- munist doctrine. Prizes Awarded In Art Contest Sixty-four paintings by artists in the Puget Sound area com- prise the Fifth Annual Puget Sound Area Exhibition on dis- play at the Frye Art Museum through March 26. Three hundred fifty-nine art- ists competed and five non- purchase prizes of $100 each were awarded to the following: Del Gish of Seattle, "Patch of Blue" (watercolor) -- Adolfe Monticelli Award; Albert Lein- decker of Steilacoom, "Compo- sition for Blue" (oil) -- Henry Raschen Award; Fred Mar- shall of Seattle, "Red Sweater" (casein) -- Eugene B o u d i n Award; Fred Takasumi of Se- attle, "Beach" (watercolor) -- Franz Lenbach Award, and J: Wandesforde of Seattle, "Aban- doned Houseboats" (oil)--Emil Soren Carlsen Award. Buys Jewish Center MONTREAL, (NC) -- The University of Montreal, a Cath- olic institution, has purchased for $500,000 the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association building here for its physical education and re- habilitation courses. Everett Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish--The annual St. Pat- rick's Day luncheon and fash- ion show sponsored by the Par- ents Club will be held Thursday, March 14, at 12:30 p.m. in the hall. Free baby-sitting service is available, Mrs. Leonard Rochon and Mrs. Ronald Rochon, co- chairmen, announce. Tickets are available from the chairmen or may be obtained at the door. Proceeds will aid the school library. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish -- Due to the lack of facilities at St. Vincent's there will be no regular Lenten devotions but extra Masses have been added, all at the rectory chapel, 30525 8th Ave. S. Monday and Friday Com- munion will be distributed at 6:15 a.m. with Mass at 11 a.m.; Tuesday and Thursdays Mass will be at 6 a.m. and Wednes- days there will be Communion at 6:15 a.m. with Mass at 6 p.m. and Saturdays Mass will be at 7:30 a.m. Sunday Masses will remain as usual. St. Anne Circle will m e e t Wednesday, March 13, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Heitmaker, 30033 14th Ave. S. St. Mary Magdalene Circle will meet Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Irene Gable, 28616 14th Place S. Queen of Angels Circle's new officers include Mrs. E d i t h Kaus, president, assisted by Mrs. Mary Hergenroeder, Mrs. Wallace Dahl, Mrs. Elizabeth Loehrlein and Mrs. Yvonne Gove. Those attending the Archdio- cesan of Catholic Women South Central Deanery meeting Tues- day, March 12, at the Palisades Retreat House are reminded that luncheon is by reservation only. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Dave Peterson, TR 8-3177. Kelso St. Mary Parish--The annual spring ham dinner will be served in the social hall Thurs- day, March 14, from 5 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Lyle Sharbono is chair- man and tickets are $1.50 and 75 cents and the public is in- vited. Port Angeles Queen of Angels Parish -- At a recent Altar ociety meet- ing plans were made for a post-Easter party to be held Tuesday, April 16, at Harring- Son's Skyroom. The party will feature Mrs. Helen Webster, a color consultant who will bring a visual program of color guildes to coordinate individual color types. At the March meeting of the Society, the nominating com- mittee of Mrs. Henry Schuller, Scholarships Awarded Two SU Seniors l!:..: ::: : '!!ii !.fi" " ....  .:. #!ili: m/I :.. .: !illi'.,...ilii!iiiiii!if: MARY AGNES GILMOUR GERBER Mu Rho Lambda of Seattle University a n d Providence Hospital, an organization for medical r e c o r d librarians awarded a full and a partial scholarship to two medical re- cord students at their annual ,scholarship tea February 17. The recipients are Mary Alice Giln.,our, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gilmour of St. Edward Parish, Seattle, and Agnes Gerber of Portland. Both are seniors at Seattle University. Mrs. Stanley Gallagher and Mrs. L. E. Warwick will pre- sent the new slate of officers. Irish-American Club -- Josepg F. Kenny is the new president of this organization. He was elected at the February meet- ing and his fellow officers in- clude Thomas M. Sampson, Nancy McGill, Helen Mulkerin and Frank Sheen. Marjorie Jones and Frank Shriane were elected as Board members for a two-year term. New Chairman of the board of directors is Michael T.- O'Malley. Chairmen of perma- nent committees are Hugh Ward, Shells Kenny and Mr. II III I I Sheen. The Rev. Thomas O'Callaghan is club moderator. The next meeting will be held Monday, March 11, at the Jef- ferson Park Club, 2336 15th Ave. S., at 8:30 p.m. to be followed by a social. Plans are under- way for the dance to be held this year Saturday, March 16, at the Knights of Columbus hall. For tickets call Mr. Kenney, EM 3-6968. Holy Rosary Parish--Students of the high school and their fathers will attend a father- daughter banquet S u n d a y, March 10, at 6 p.m. in the school auditorium. Master of ceremonies will be Philip L. Kays and Mel Alek- sick will be the father-speaker. The Seattle University Double Quartet will provide the enter- tainment. Banquet co-chairmen are Mrs. Leonard Faucher and Mrs. Edward Kidd. Chancellor Club -- A St. Pat- riek's Dance will be held Fri- day, March 15, from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. in the Women's Cen- tury Club, 807 E. Roy St. All single Catholics, age 21- 35 are invited to come. Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies--Becanse of the all-out support being urged of all Holy Name men to help insure the success of the First Annual Archdiocesan Develop. ment Fund, Holy Name officers have cancelled the March cab- inet meeting. Holy Name men are asked to share their experience in the training of additional workers volunteering for the final gen- eral phase, according to Jerry Oaksmith, archdiocesan presi- dent. , St. Coletta Society for Re- tarded Children--Meeting will be Thursday, March 12, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. L. Hegstrom, 1044 N.E. 188th St. For further information call Mrs. J. E. Male, WE 5- 5732. Friendly Sons of St. Patrick --The 23rd annual banquet in celebration of St. Patrick's Day will be held Saturday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Olympic Bowl of the Olympic Hotel. Speaker for the dinner will be Federal Judge George W. Boldt and the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas Connolly will be the honored guest. Re- servations may be made by calling Pat Barry, EA 4-1624. Mount Virgin Parish -- The Mothers Club will present their spring fashion show, "Fashions and F l o w e r s" Wednesday, March 13, in the school hall. Mrs. Violet Couples is gen- eral chairman. All proceeds will aid the school. Assumption Parish -- The Altar Society will meet Mon- day, March 11, at 1 p.m. in the rectory meeting room. The program will be on the liturgy. St. John Parish -- The Sanc- tuary Society will meet Men- THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You day, March 11, at 12:30 p.m. in the school hall. Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish--A crab dinner will be held by Gatewood Guild Fri- day, March 15, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the parish hall. Tickets are $2 a person and may be purchased by calling WE 5-7613 or WE 2-6265. Blanchet High School--"The Place of Athletics at Blanchet" will be the title of the panel discussion to held Monday, March 11, at 7:45 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Panelists include John Naish, athletic director, and coaches Donald Zech, Peter Klein and William Herber and Miss Val- erie Fernandez, girls' P. E. director. All Blanchet parents are in- vited and St. John Parish mothers will be hostesses. St. Catherine Parish--The Sanctuary Society will hold a St. Patrick's luncheon and card party Thursday, March 14, in the new gymnasium at 12:30 p.m. Bahy-sitting service is available. Tickets are $1.50. For reseravtions call LA 2-2398 or LA 4-4316. Providence Hospltal--Medical Record Librarians from Provi- dence will participate in the semi-annual meeting of the Washington State Association of Medical Record Librarians to be held Wednesday, March 13, at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. Tacoma Bellarmine High School -- The Mothers Club, Philo. mathea, will sponsor its an- nual Dad's Night Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Lou Whittaker will give an illustrated talk on the Mount Everest expedition of which his brother is a member. The election of officers for the com- ing year will take place and plans will be discussed for the rummage sale March 25, 26 and 27. Mrs. Merrit Nelson is pro- gram chairman. St. Leo Parish--The high school Mothers Club will meet Monday, March 11, at 8 p.m. in the school lunchroom. A speaker from Seattle Uuniver- sity will be featured. Catholic Woman's Club- March 11, at 8 p.m., in the par- ish hall of St. Peter and Paul. State department president, Mrs. Russell Mallor, will be present. St. Leo Parish--The School Mothers Club will their monthly pancake fast this Sunday, March 10, in the school cafeteria following the 8, 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. Masses. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Fred 3". McDonald and Mrs. George Thomashofski. The public is invited. Holy Cross Parish -- T Mothers Club will meet Thurll day, March 14, in the schcor-" cafeteria. Third grade mothers will serve. Sedro Woolley Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish -- The Altar Society is preparing for their St. Patrick's luncheon and card party Sat. urday, March 16 in the parisl hall. Luncheon will be served from ll:JO a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and the card party will follow. Tickets are $1.25 for adults and 75 cents for children. In charge of the affair are the following guild representatives: Mesdames Ernest Breier, Frank Tyminski, Ira Thrasher, Don Maxwell, Martin Steiner J Laurence Lazzori, and Janicki Jr. Vancouver Young Ladies Institute -- Final arrangements have been made by the four institute this district for a joint reunion b r e a k f a s t Sunday, March 17, the traditional Com- munion Sunday of YLI mem- bers on the West Coast and Hawaii. Breakfast will be served at l0 a.m. in the Imperial Hotel after the 8:30 a.m. Mass at the Cathedral. The four institutes pating are St. James Vancouver; Queen of the Uni- verse, Milwaukie, Madonna of the Children and Queen of Roses, both in Portland. For reservations please con- tact the chairman of your re- spective institute. The annual day of recollection will b e h e l d Wednesday, Ancient Manila March 13, at Visitation Re- Fire Destroys Misslon Hospital MANILA (NC)--Manila lost one of its oldest missionary landmarks when a million-dollar fire gutted the San Lazaro hospital here. All 150 patients were out before fire consumed six hospital pavilions. Police are investigating the cause The hospital was founded in 1578 by Franciscan mission- aries. Its first patients were lepers. The building razed by fire was erected in 1784 and had survived several fires and earthquakes. The government had Over the administration of Franciscan-run hospital. la Nuns seek I PERFECT "' J FITTING 8, COMPLETE COMFOR00 are not satisfied with any ohe shoes. SensiblT made with sensible low heels, "America's Most Am'active Shoes for Comfort" offer Wu the maximum quality, all-over fit, service. The shoe that you buy, Sister, is made over the last proper for yo foot! lVe also carry J the IVorld Famous J Dr. Locke Shoes INC. 1111 BROADWAY, TACOMA in BREMERTON 3 fine stores to serve you FARRELL'S . Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hospital .- Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 treat House from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with Mass at 11 a.m. The Rev. Barry Brunsman, O.F.M., will conduct the con- ferences. Luncheon will be served at noon by the Sisters and Mrs. Theodore Gaffney is chairman. Members of the club may bring guests. Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica -- Court Tacoma's annual high school retreat for students of Tacoma and vicinity will be held this Sunday, March 10, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bell- ermine High School. The Rev. Francis Harrington, n.J., will conduct the con- ferences and luncheon will be served by the CDA. Mrs. A. E. Graham and Mrs. B. E. Hoye are co-chairmen. Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of Catholic Women -- The ex- ecutive board will meet Mon- day, March !I, at 11 a.m. at the Colonial Manor in Seattle. Mrs. William 3". Paul, presi- dent, will conduct the morning and afternoon sessions. A no- host luncheon will be held at noon. Catholic War Veterans Auxil- iary-Meeting will be Monday, Frank Gillihan For Tacoma School Board We ore endorsing the re- election of Frank Gilliha. es a Tacoma School Board Member because: l--He has been fe|r to all re- ligious groups. 2He has protected the inter- ests of Ballarmlne High School In Tacoma |nter. school athletics end has else headed committee to get Bellarmlne in the Capital League. 3He has been a member of the Bellarm;ne Boosters since 1948. 4He hss en outstanding rec- ord of community service. BHe has been good school board member supporting ell regardless of race, color or creed. 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