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&amp;ST--THE PROGRESS Friday, March 9, 1962 ACCW Poster Winners in Aberdeen AWARDS for the Poster Contest heralding the ArcAdia- first prize; Marybeth Ekar, second prize; and Rev. Charles cesan Council of Catholic Women, Aberdeen Council, Book Kelly, pastor of St. Mary's, who presented the awards. The 40 Hours SU Journalists Slated At Will Host Puyallup Workshop PUYALLUP -- Forty Hours Seattle University's journal- Devotion will open at the 11 ism department will host the a.m. solemn high Mass Sunday, second annual Northwest Cath- March I1, in All Saints Church olic High School Press Work- here. shop April 6 and 7 on the uni- Procession of the Biassed Sac- versity's campus, according to rament and chanting of the lit- Rev. Francis J. Greene, S.J., anies will follow the Mass. department head. The Very Rev. Robert F. Seventy-five h i g h schools in Elliot, C.SS.R., director of Pal- Washington, O r e g o n, Idaho, isades R e t r e a t House, will Montana and British Columbia preach at the Evening devo- shave been invited to partici- tions, beginning at 7:30 Sun- pate. day, Monday and Tuesday. Janet Kelly, senior journal- Masses Monday and Tuesday ism student from Seattle, is ex- will be at 7 and 8:15 a.m., an- MOTHER MECHTILD MOTHER RICHARD nounced Rev. William J. 0'- ecutive director for the work- Superior General Visits United States Brien, pastor, shop. She is a 1 s o currently Solemn closing of the devo-managing editor of the Spec-mom-" er w nnla"ec'-"" tions will be held Tuesday even- tator, student newspaper. ing with the procession. Pupils The two day event will con- of all Saints School will join centrate on the practical prob- Visits n ott"erna'e--e' members of the clergy in the lems involved in theproduction S procession, of high school papers. Students Lenten devotions will be held attending the workshop will "The American people at 7:45 p.m. each Wednesday gather, edit and write the news and Friday, F a t h e r O'Brien and take photographs for a tab- are so friendly, so open, added. Sunday Masses are at laid newspaper they will puplish SO warm-hearted." 8, 9, 10 and 11 a.m. in a 24-hour period. After a year's visit in the Saturday morning delegates United States, this is the opin- Cenralia wi,l participate in a roundtable ion of Mother M. Mechtild Hell- PI discussion to evaluate t h e iT weg from Rome, superior gen- Parens an high school newspapers. The eral of the Sisters of St. Fran- workshop will conclude Satur- cis of Penance and Christian 'Wagon' Dinner day afternoon with a luncheon Charity. at the Sorrento Hotel. CENTRALIA--A St. Patrick's Mother, together with Mother Church Wagon Dinner will be M. Richard Lynch, O.S.F., served by St. Mary Parish SU Insfrucfor American assistant general, who trents Club Sunday, March is traveling with her, has been 11, in the parish hall here. Receives Donor'h making her canonical visit to the three Franciscan provinces Serving will be from 1 to 5 Fellowship in the U.S. since Jan. 16, 1961. p.m. Donation is $1.50 for adults Albert B. Mann, instructor in Mother was in Seattle visit- Fair opening March 11 were given to the above student- posters will be displayed in the parish center of Sts. Peter and 75 cents for children, history at Seattle University, ing St. Bernadette School which is one of 40 teachers in Ameri- is staffed by the Franciscan artists from Ss. Aegidius and Mary School. They are (left and Paul Church this Stmday. They will be used to decorate Gonga(ja can colleges and universities Sisters. t right Dana Berge, third prize;' Barbara Trohimovich, the show room at the Fair. Alums To Hear to receive a 1962 Danforth This is Mother Mechtild's Teacher Study Grant. first visit to the U.S. and she :::,c.f.:  ::',:::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::: ".::q::: -::::.:::::::::: " : :. : : .......... !:,:::::':: ................................................... :: ............ ..........  ................... A member of the university has become very fluent in Eng- ................. ,,,:,,=:::::,,:::,,,:  ...................... : . Ft. Leafy faculty since 1960, Mann is a lish. "I read it all the time and ::: k " " ii: !::; i SPOKANE---43onzaga Univer- graduate of Gonzaga Universi that helps," Mother smiled. Mo- :: f! !:!iil ::::!!!i:, ! ' sity president, Very Rev. John ty and received his master's ther Richard assured us that Queen Institute :! P. Leary, S. J., continues his degree from the University of Mother Mechtild has practically nation-wide Diamond Jubilee Washington. no need of a translator. Plans Holy Hour ! :::: :;: i:i:;i:::i : tour with a visit to Seattle The grant covers a year of Mother spent the first months ix:: Saturday, March 10. graduate study in a university of her visit at the provincial Father Leary will be the of the reeipient's choice, in- motherhouse in Stella Niagara principal speaker at  7 p.m. cluding a stipend based upon near Niagara Falls, N.Y. In the dinner in the Norselander salary and number of depend- fall the Mothers went to Den- Lodge Hall, 300 W. 3rd Ave. eats, tuition and fees. Mann ver and in the past few weeks : It is the 14th major center will use the grant to complete they have been visiting con- ::  :  he has visited in a six-week -  i:i:i::::i:::: =:: iiiiiiii!:  tour of the United States as work for his doctor's degree at  ::::v..: : ::: part of the Vniversitys 75th the University of Washington. Policy Adopted ............. ::,:'.':. anniversary celebrations. Since Regarding Religion " January Father Leary has visited 'alumni, parents and in Public Schools friends in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, NOVI, Mich. -- (NC) -- The Tacoma Teens Plan Day Of Recollection Ohio; Missouri, New York, At- school board of this city has INCOME TAX lantic City, New Jersey and adopted a formal policy regard- HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT In tha Tacoma area com. seated (from left) Gary Ruffo, Bellarmine, vice president; Washington, D.C. ing religion in the public school pieced plans for the annual Day of Recollection to be held Bob Salatino, Stadium, president; and Judy Medved, Jerome L. Jager is chairman system. Service from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, March 18, in Bellarmine St. Leo's, secretary. Committee members (from left) are for the Saturday dinner. The It was proposed by a group Hannah Lott, Clover Park; Patti Nielsen, Hunt Junior award-winning film "Take of citizens after a controversy High School under the sponsorship of Catholic Daughters High; Nancy Torkelson,. Lincoln; David Brecht, Puyallup; BingGnzaga"crosbynarmtedwill bYbealumnUSshown Christmasarse overinthethe observanCeschool, of EA. 5-4000 of America's Court Tacoma. The Rev. Charles Mullen, David Des Chane, Wilson; Loretta Tannehill, Peninsula; following the dinner, mi The policy provides that: or S,J., will be retreat*master, assisted by Rev. John P. Hurley, Margaret Risk, Mount Tahoma; David Kraus, Fife; Rue- --Holidays such as Christmas $.J. The teen-age committee is headed by officers who are sell Kinzer, FederaI: Way; and Janice Holmes, Curtis. Lynden Parish and Easter may be observed in EM. 3-4604 Slafes Supper :=:::::::::':::: the schools, and the music, decorations and symbols of Pierce Nurses Your Soufhwesf Tacoma Girl Missionary LYNDEN -- Sacred Heart these holidays may be used. Guild of St. Joseph Parish is Students who desire to ob- To Hear Parish Clubs, Wins Talent Visits Olympia .planning a pancake and san- serve recognized religious holt- sag e supper Saturday, March, days or church exercises may White Mass Organizaions Show Prize BenedictineOLYMPIA --SisterSisterfromJane,sLa 4:3017' into the8 p.m.Eagles Hall from excused from classes on re- MARYLHURST, Ore.-- Mary Benedict's Convent, St. Joseph, ' --Teachers may offer nonsec- TACOMA--A white Mass will Frances Reiehlin, Tacoma stu- .: . :..:..::.:.%:::.... :....'.i be said at $ a.m. S u n day, TACOMA--ST. LEO GRADE Minn., visited at St. Placid ii<ii tartan prayers in the class- SEATTLE March 18, in St. Martin, of SCHOOL MOTHERS C L U B, dent at Marylhurst College, won Priory enroute to Japan where .;:'.,:*:*::::::a'4::: Tours C h u r c h here .for the meeting, 12:30 p.m.. Friday, a $200 prize in a talent show she will be stationed at Schim- *;';:::*::*: "::::..:.: Jesuit Scholar room or at meals, l l $!!:":" "!$i::!!  man 1  !i: #ii   .... Pierce County Chapter of the March 9, School Marian Room. at the Intercollegiate Winter izusawa. :.:::,::::: REV. JOHN COURTNEY Fourth grade pupils to enter- Carnival atMt. Bachelor, Ore., Sister isthedaughterofMr, 'm;.,:::*': MURRAY, S.J., theologian Can gambling and vice Archdiocesan Council of CaCAo- Cain; mothers of third grade, February 23. What to do with and Mrs. Ben Weber of St. ,..l:::n and author, will discuss lie Nurses. :-.: :!i  !?$:" !! A breakfast will follow in the hostesses. Mrs. T e r r e n c a the prize money was no prob- Martin, Minn. and a niece of ::::.: :::,::: Schwarz, pouring. Workshop to lem, for she applied it immedi- Sister Mary. Elizabeth of St, :m: ::* "The Contemporary Crisis Poodle Dog Restaurant. follow meeting, ately to her oollege expenses Placid's presently stationed at  , of Civilization" at Seattle be :'Tolerated'? Guests will include the Most for next fall. Visitation School in South To- :' ::**:*:: University March 14 at 8 Reverend Thomas A. Carnally, TACOMA- PHILOMATHEA A junior majoring in music, coma. Five of her nine broth- ! Archbishop of Seattle; audRey. CLUB, meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tues- Miss Reichlin has a scholar- ere and sisters are already  p.m. in the gymnasium on i:iIi campus. Father is the au- Cornelius Harrington, chapter day, March 13, Bellarmine ship at Marylhurst and helps members of the Benedictine  thor of We Hold These Nearl r ,, y , Y spiritual adviser; and graduat- cafeteria. Election of officers, finance her education by means order: two priests at St. John's l Truths," a compilation ,.of To lefson s flrsf farm as [] 1 ing Catholic s e n i o r s of St. Mrs. Ruth Klinger, lecture on of campus and summer employ- Abbey, Collegeville, and three , Joseph Hospital and Tacoma "Eight E-Z Steps to Grapho meat. She is the daughter of Benedictine s is t ere at St. his ideas on the relauonsmp mayor was spent wiping :: :i:::   General Hospital Schools of Analysis." Mrs. Bernard Orell, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Reich- Joseph. " of Catholicism and Ameri- out organized 9amblin9 :i ::! : : :::: .... " and vice that had re- Nursing. presiding, lin and a graduate of St. Leo's When Sister. Jane joins her canism. The lecture is cam- sised the bes efforfs of Registered and licensed prac- TACOMA--ST. RITA PARISH High School. conferee in Japan she will plimentary. fical nurses are invited to at- Holy Name Society, meeting, O serve as cook for the Sisters 9ood city officials and ii::: :ii tend. They are also requested !i!:!::i!:: S!hi :i! be in uniform if possible, Sunday, March 11, after 9 a:m. Lakew od CDA convent and novitiate in Novena Will Mass. Role of individual Holy . , Schimizusawa  suburban cam- said Mrs. Martin Schnuriger, Name member during Lent will To Initiate munity near the city of Ubaria. Be Offered chairman. ' Ubaria is in the mining see, "out-of-bounds" quaran. Reservations may be mde be discussed. Bob Rovai, pre- TACOMA- Iiaitiation of new ...... with Mrs. Schnuriger at BR siding, members for Court Our Lady tion of Japan where the people By ......... TACOMA -- OUR LADY of the Lakes of the Catholic are extremely poor. From the Commencement Carmelites tlne by fhe milifary. No ......... 2-0123 or Mrs. Wilbur Waters, QUEEN OF HEAVEN PARISH Daughters of America, will be Benedictine convent in Schimi- city can olerae argo- ....... GR 2-4395. Altar Society, meeting, 8 p.m. held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, zusawa the Sisters teach cute- Speaker A Novena of Thanksgiving to nized 9amblin 9 and vice Wonlerls Club Monday, March 12. Mrs. Steve March 11, in the Lakewood chism to the children of the DR. EDWARD TELLER, the Holy Father and to all the and stay healthy Kanton, presiding; Mrs. L.D. Knights of Columbus Hall. area. internationally renowned benefactors of the Carmelite Plans Day Of Boyle, program chairman; and Mrs. Oscar Darkenwald, dis- Restore Sensible Government Mrs. Leo McDonald, hostess, trier deputy from Olympia, will Lakewood nuclear physicist, will de- Sisters of Seattle will begin be in charge of the ceremony, liver the major address at Sunday, March 11 and extend HAROLD M Mrs. Ann Finch, ground regent, Jr. CDA Seattle University's 1962 through Monday, March 19. Recollection New Tacoma will assist, commencement exercises Mass will be offered each * TACOMA--TheCatholie TheRev. ThomasDaly, court Initiates 16 June8. This announcement morning atSt. JosephCarme- TOLLEFSON Womens Club will have its day Junior DA Install chaplain, will head a list of was made by Very Rev. A. liCe Monastery, 1808 18th Ave., of recollection Wednesday, TACOMA. -- Paula Marten guests, including s t a t e and . TACOMA--Sixteen new mem- A. Lemieux, s.J., Seattle U. for the intentions of those who March 14, at Visitation Retreat has been installed president of local CDA officers, beTs have been initiated into president. Dr. Teller is aid the Sisters during the year. House. Court Our Lady of the Lakes, currently professor-at-large They invite the faithful to join FOR MAYOR Rev. John Doogan, principal the newly-initiated St. Pat- them at 6:30 a.m. Mass on rick Parish Junior Catholic Crucifixion Set Junior Catholic Daughters of of physics at the University weekdays and 7:30 a.m. on IP;O Adv*rHs,ment) of Blancher High School in Se- Daughters of America, :pen- At April 7, A.D. 30 America here. attte, will conduct conferences, saTed by Court Tacoma here. VIENNA (NC)--Recent astro- Attending the ceremony, per- of California. Sundays. Registration will be at 0 a.m. Others installed 'were Jane nomical calculations and his- formed by Junior CDA officers, with Mass at 11. The day will Endres, vice president; Kathy torical research indicate the were mothers a n d Court of- Tae0ma Doesnt Need Pr0iessi0nal "' conclude at 2:45 p.m. Treleven nd Monica Rappin. probability that Christ was ricers, including Mrs. Ann 9 lltlelanS Those coming are asked to Projects chosen by the court, crucified Friday, April 7, in the Finch, grand regent. bring at least one guest and to which numbers 49 members, year 30, Father Josef Blinzler, Mrs. Michael Hoxsey, Junior bring their own lunches. There are assistance to the Francis- theology professor and author CDA chairman, handled the or- wilt be no charge for the day. can Sisters and the children's of "The Trial of Jesus," stated, rangements. The idea of council-management 9overnmenf is o have Anyone needing transporte- ward at St. Joseph's Has- policy set by responsible citizens and carried ou by prates- tion is asked to call either Mrs. pital and the Crippled Chil- George Rankos or Mrs. Robert Kane, co-chairmen, dren's Schoolhere. BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES sional adminisrafors. C;fy Council members should be chosen Mrs. James Reder is junior because fhey wan o serve he cify, no have if serve them. St. Brendan's co.. chairman. 3$th and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 Dr. Herrmann has a solid background of service o he corn- LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA muniy fhrouejh his profession and hroucjh organizaions. 00Will Host Kennedy Children NEW ANn USED APPLIANCES ' ' i Three Sisters Receive Rosaries VOTE FOR WASHINGTON (NC) -- Caro- BOTHELL -- As part of VO, line Kennedy and John F. Ken- GRIFFIN-GALBRAITH AND eation Month, aprofessedSis-nedy, Jr., were brought rosar- Arnold J lterrmann M.D ter, a novice and a postulant ies blessed by Pope John XXIII fro the Sisters of St. Joseph during his recent audience with FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY . 9 . of Newark will visit St. Brendan Atty. Gen. and Mrs. Robert Church Sunday, March 11. Kennedy. 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA The Sisters will answer the The Attorney General and City Council "" 3 questions of girls of the parish his wife, Ethel, presented the MA. 7-3151 --Position fourth through twelfth grades, rosaries to the President and / who have been invited, together Mrs. Kennedy at a White House with their fathers, to attend, dinner (March 2). The Attorney Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service PAID FOR BY UNITED ITIZENS FOR SOUND CITY GOVERNMENT Seventh and eighth grade General and his wife also Mark DoUiver, President girls will provide cookies !or brought rosaries for their own (enid AdverHsernent) the Vocation Month program, seven children. vents and schools of St. Francis Province whose motherhouse is in Redwood City, Calif. The west coast trip includes visits to Oregon and Montana as well as Washington and Cal- ifornia. Ifalian Dinner Planned By Sf Mark's An Italian dinner is planned by the Men's Club of St. Mark Parish Saturday, March 17 at 6p.m. Domenico Vitulli is the head chef, assisted by Edward Eneix and Bernie Koslosky. John Rutherford, president of the Men's Club, is dinner chair- man. Tickets may be purchased from members of the Guilds or of the Men's Club. Queen Institute, Young La- dies institute, will have a holy hour at Our Ldy Chapel, St. James Cathedral, Thursday, March 15, at 8 p.m. It will be conducted by Rev. John Mitchell, chaplain. Mem- bers of the Institute are re. minded to make reservations by March 21 for the Diamond Jubilee Communion Breakfast Sunday, March 25. HOURS: 10 . m. to ! 0 p.m. Weekdays Saturdoy: I0 a.m. to & p. In. James Brooke 405 15th AVENUE E.