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DMarriage Courses Will Begin Sunday Dr. Rolf Gruber, who has been active with the Ca n a . onference in Chicago, will be Win attendance at all the pre- Cana discussions to be h old every Sunday during Lent at 8 p.m. at the Catholic Informa- tion Center, 910 Fourth Ave. The course will be conducted by Rev. William Treacy assist- edby Dr. and Mrs. William erard, Mr. and Mrs. George Coppin, Drs. J. B. Ellering and Paul O&apos;Hailaren and John Pel- use. Dr. Gruber and his wife, members of St. Luke Parish were active in high school mar- riage counseling and served as lay couple advisors in pro- Cane courses in Chicago four years before moving to Seattle. The course which will begin Sunday, March 11, is for all those contemplating marriage and reservations s he u I d be made by calling the center, MA. 2-2097. St. Paul's Will Have Beef Dinner St. Paul Parish Women's Club will hold its annual St. Patrick i Dinner Sunday, March 18. from Inoon to 6 p.m. in the church hail, 57th Ave. S. and S. Victor St. A full-course roast beef din- ner will be served. The dinner will be cooked by Frank Bel- monte, a chef at the Swept Wing Inn. Mr. Belmonte was forrnerly associated with Victor Rosellini for ten years. Tickets are $2 for adults and $I for children. Pre-school children may split a child's ticket. For reservations, c o n t a c t Mrs. Irene Wyman at PA 3-4686. The dinner chairmen are Mrs. John McGrath and Mrs. Joseph Zimmer. Committee heads are M e s d a m e s Harold Kustok, Irene Wyman, James Owens, Stanley Tomich and J a m e s Panlener. The decorations will Smorgasbord Dinner Planned OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Mothers Club members (left to fight) Mesdames R. M. Sullivan, A. Guenser and J. A. Dillon, prepare for a smorgasbord dinner Sunday, March 18, from 2 to 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Tickets are $6 per family, or $2 for adults and 75 cents for children. Free nursery service is available. For reservations call LA. 2-7437. Teresa Guild Schedules ..... Dinner Dance A St. t/atrick's theme will pervade the dinner dance planned by the Teresa Guild at the Harbor Club March 17. The dinner dance is the major project of the guild and all proceeds benefit the St. Joseph Carmelite Monastery. Mrs. Richard C. R i lay is chairman, assisted by Mes- dames Frederick J. Hopkins, Nell H. Walker, Benjamin Hef- lin, William Schlenker, Clyde McKaie and Lawrence K. Mc- DonneU and Misses Roberta Taibott and Joan Dohoney. Vincentians To Meet At Holy Family The regular general meeting of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul will be held the first Sun- day of Lent at Holy Family Mother dudih Aids In Church March ll. Members will attend the 8:15 Pl nnin9 We kshops a.m. Mass. Thebreakfast-meet- a r ing will follow in the parish school auditorium. Regional officers of the Conference of Major Su- The Very Rev. Ailbe Mc- periors of Women met last week in St. Louis with the Grath, pastor' of Holy Family Parish, has extended a cordial nati.onal officers to plan summer workshops for mere- invitation to all Vincentians, ac- bers of the Conference. Mother five and honorary, to join with M. Judith, Provincial Superior Holy Family Conference in col- of the Sisters of Charity of ebrating the 40th anniversary Providence. Issaquah, r e p re- of its organization. sented t h e Northwestern Re- The principal talk will be giv- glen. on by the chairman of the vari- The two workshops will be ous committees, including the held in the W e s t at Loretto Central Office, Vineentian Can- Heights College, Denver, Au- tar, Ozanam Men's Club, Fir- gust 23 through 30; and one in land Hospital, CCD fro" vxcep- the East at St. Joseph College, tionai children. Emmitsburg, Md., September 1 Claude Floyd, president of through 7. the Particular Council of Se- The sessions will treat four a/fie, will preside at the meet- topics of special interest to ing. major superiors, namely, De- veloping the Spiritual Life of St. Thomas Sisters, Psychological T e c h- niq u es in Interviewing and Parish Plans Counselling; Financial Adminis- tration; and General Govern- Dinner ment, The complete staff will be named within a few weeks. R I V E R T O N--St. Thomas Attendance at the Workshop Parish Altar Society will have will be limited to major relig- MOTHER JUDITH its annum spaghetti dinner Sun- ,,... :r;da, March 9, 1962 I i i THE PRORESS--7. :!: ALICE LOUISE COPPIN, twelfth child of Mr. and Mrs. George Coppin of Sacred Heart Parish, Enumclaw, was baptized February 17 by the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly at Sacred Heart Church. Pictured here are: (hack row, left to right) Mr. Coppin holding Elizabeth, 1; Mrs. Coppin; the Archbishop; Mrs. Gus Mariotti, proxy godmother for. Mary Coppin of Battle Creek, Mich., and aunt of Mr. Coppin, holding Alice Louise; Rev. Patrick Farrelly, pastor; Daniel, the god- father, 13; (front row, left to right) Timothy, 11; Christ- opher, 9; Edward, 7; Ann, 6; Mary 4; Paul, 10; Blaine, 15. Two other children are deceased. Archbishop Honors Coppin By Prances rrrell Vitulli ENUMCLAW  "If The proximity of the Cop- juniors and seniors; farmer Boy someone had told me 16 pin's seven-bedroom home to Scout board member, and is Sacred Heai-t one block away also a former adult advisor years ago that I'd be isn't only physical. The Coppins for the CYO. holding my twelfth baby take an active part in living "My husband, flies some 60 in my arms, I'd have their religion, to 70 hours a month which never believed them." REMARKABLE DAD doesn't sound like much," But Mrs. George Coppin George Coppin is a most re- Mrs. Coppin said. "But it isn't complaining and the rest Baby Rest boys, cares for Holy Cross Cemetery in hopes of making it an endowed care cemetery. The Coppin boys also mow the lawn and keep up the grounds at Sacred Heart. CANA CONFERENCE George and Betty Jane Cop- be done by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ford. ious superiors of women. Plan- ning for the workshop is under the direction of Mother M. Flor- ence, S.L., executive secretary, Represents Northwest who is at the National Secre- tariat, located in St. Louis. day, March ii, 1 to S p.m. The p u b I i c is invited and tickets are $1.50 for adults, 75 cents for children end no charge for preschool children. St. Patrick's Day St. Joseph Sisters , ,, , For additional information Sacred Heart, to baptize the Club in Enumclaw, chairman of day." , I call L i I I i a n Woolbert, CH As if he wasn't busy enough I Rumma  I  et O'Bri latest Coppin -- Alice Louise Discussion Club in the CCD, Mr. Coppin, with his two big- CCD instructor for high school h g ( = Hold Institute .  2-4263, or Maroar an' born Januery 28.  " "  -- Eighty Sisters of St. Joseph [ Needed I CH 3-6170. Cabaret Style of Newark and several, lay While cleaning your home ..... Palisades Holy Angels . teachers from their area for World's Fair visitors, /lacemen1' |esl" March 17th schools prticipated in a don't forget that the Catholic -x .. UN, 4 Registers 178 ............. Teachers' Institute February InfrOalati?: Center is des- T #411 n Senior Wins Organizations, [ 22 at St. Monica Parish audi- p y" need of any east- The high school placement Senator Ballroom torium, Mercer Island. off items for their planned test for eighth grade girls is In February Essay Contest Parish Clubs [ __.7th & Unl0n" ' Among ...... the subjects discussed rummage sale. ": ', scheduled for 9 a.m., Samrday One hundred and seventy- Margaret Schwan, a senior ST. COLETTA SOCIETY FOR were: mathemaucs, reaamg Clothing, dishes, flatware, March 24, at Holy Names eight men have attended re- at Holy Angels High School, and vocabulary, linens, drapes, small appll- Academy. "1 25 treats during February at Pall- won first place in the Seattle RETARDED CHILDREN meet- }ANCING 9 to 1 a.m ' ances, *: hats, records, any- The fee for the tests is $ . sedes Retreat House to bring a r e a in a :i *::i::::::ii: ing Tuesday, March 13, at noon ..... Mother M. Hildegarde, ./elece urcnestra ........ thing * you don't need the As the test will last approxi- the all-time five-and-a-half year h i g h school ::::i::: in the USO-N.C.C.S. Club, 5th - _j ..&o., provmcml superior, an- essay contest ii!: and Seneca. For information nounced the appointment of 1 $2 PER PERSON 1 . Catholic :Information Center mately three hours, lunch will attendance record to 10,133. permanent mathematics and wants. " be set'ved for 35 cents for girl-* The February figure repro- s p o n so r- i::: call Mrs. J. E. MaiD, WE il- l In[ormaUon or Reservauon U reading committes and also a To have goods picked, up who must come a great dis- sented an 89 per cent capacity ed b y t h l! 5732. U PAT DOLAN I mission committee under the simply contact any one of the tance to attend. There will be a t t h e archdiocesan retreat American As- ii; EDMONDS, HOLY ROSARY 1 EA. 5-4669 1 direction of Sister Angela following: Mrs. Rita Briggs, an opportunity to visit the house, which first opened its sociation for : C H U R C H Guilds meetings. IIII i Mary, C.S.J. ME 3-5386; Mrs. Mary EI- school after the examination, doors in the fall of 1957. theUnited Queen d Peace Tuesday, March  -- lingson, SU" 3-2817 (Ballard , Parishes taking in the last Nations. ]3, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. M. F. THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . District); Catholic Informa: . retreat in February were Sa- Margaret is i Lorenz, 632 Aloha Way. Queen tion Center, MA 2-2097 Examination Date cred Heart and St. Louise, both n o w eligible : of Apostles Wednesday, March yij.' ::!i::! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Those who can be alled Entrance and scholarship ex- of Bellevue. to compete m 14, 8:30 p.m., home of Mrs. J. .... ..................................................... F. Merldinghaas, 18119 AndoVer evenings only are: Mrs. Dor. ammatlon for O Den Hsgh Midweek retreats from Tues- the state con- MARGARET Road. Queen of Universe Wed, othy Maynard, EA 2-7769; School will be held at 9:30 a.m. days through Thursdays are test. Mrs. Mary Simons, PA 2- Saturday, March 24, at O'Dea, now being offered to groups o M a r c I a SCHWAN nesday, March 14, 8:30 p.m., 8475 (South End). Examination fee is $1.50. individuals. Further informs, Waldron of Forest Ridge Con- home of Mrs. Brooks Dean, -eeeeeeeoeeeeeaeeaaaeeeoeeeeaaeeeeaeeeeeeeee_s tion is available by writing to yon4:' took third place in the 6237 185th PI. S.W., Lymlwood. : RE.ELECT i Ray. Robert F. Elliott, C.SS.R., competition. Receiving honor- ST. JOHN PARISH SANCTU. director, at P.O. Box 348, Ta- able mention was Mary Mosey ARY SOCIETY meeting Men- [ CARL G. . coma. of Holy Angels, and Anne day, March 12, 12:30 p.m. in FRIAR NAMED BISHOP Pamment d Forest Ridge. the school haU. Dessert and card social will follow the i ERLANDSON  VATICAN CITY.- (Radio, 109th Women's Council meeting. 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You : City Comptroller ; NC)- A 3g-year-old Francis- WASHINGTON (NC) -- The ST. MARTIN MOTHERS - can, Father Luis Lorscheider, Worcester Dmcesan Council of CLUB meeting Tuesday, March I wish to thank the voters for the expression of confidence : O.F.M., has been named first Catholic Women has become 13, 1 p.m., home of Mrs. John given me at the Primary Eleo Bishop of the new Brazilian the 109th diocesan women s F. S u 11 i v a n, 2009 Parkside zion and trust that I will merit Diocese of Porto Alegre. council to become affiliated Drive, Broadmoor. During Lent, your continued support at the  with the National Council of tea precedes the business meet- :ii::ii ':::S: : coming General Election. 35 years city service ing officialvery welt informed ii: and erreD:lye performance." : @ World War II Veteran e MUNICIPAL LEAGUE RATING: "Superior incumbent - outstand- e a - Proven Integrity - Ability Experincs e Non-Partisan General Election March 13, 1962 : O (Paid Advertisemenf) @ q ooeeeeaoeeeoeeoeeaeooooaeoaeeaeaoeeae eoaaetl' WING LUKE City Council markable dad. An aeronautical means leaving hme.eer|y for pin will also participate in the of the Coppins were thrilled to engineering graduate of Notre Seattle-Tacoma a i r por t, pro- Cana instructions bein be members of a large family Dame, Mr. Coppin is ass/stant checking the .an, e. (a jet), given in the Catholic Informs - when the Most Reverend Arch- chief flight engineer for Pan nymg up (to .masaah return, tion Center in Seattle every bishop Thomas A. Connolly American World Airways. He g d driving' hbne toSunday evening during Lent. visited their parish church, is past president of the Cana numemw- a gram Jz-nour Their oldest son, Blaine, is now a sophomore semi- narian at St. Martin's Abbey in Olympia. The other chil. dren attend Eunmelaw .Ill. nior High and Grammar Schools and CCD classes, The two oldest children were born in California where George Coppin was stationed when he married Betty Jane in 1045. The next three were bern in the East when Mr. Coppin was stationed in New York in 1950. Two of their 12 children ere deceased. In 1953 the Coppins accepted a chance to come to Seattle and they are very bappy to call the Pacific Northwest "home." They claim no discipline problems exeept for an ee. easional spanking and as for food problems they buy by the gross: "Thirty loaves of bread, a side of be, milk from the dairyman, that's how we buy," Mrs. Coppin laughed. Mrs. Coppin, is s convert to Catholicism. ' It was a vej gradual thing," she explained. "I had taken instructions be- fore marriage and by reading and just living .with my Catho. tic husband and children, I grew to realize I had the gift of faith." She was baptized by Roy. Gerald Moore, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish, Belle- rue, when the Coppins were living in Kirkland. They have been Enurndaw Catholic Women, the NCCW ing. Mrs. R. P. Morrissey wit1 residents seven years now. announced here. be assisted by Mrs. J. T. Sheb "We came to Washington by field and Mrs. Earl Smith. choice." Mrs. Coppin said. M0000sar t00E0000ECr . F MARIAN CLUB meeting Wed- "AS elng as Pan American nesday, March 14, 12:30 p.m., has base here we feel sure St. Peter Claver Center, 1610 we will be here, too." E. Jefferson. Hereto .Guild YOUNG LADIES INSTITUTE, "A good man to KEEP on the Lorraine Institutemeeting Tues- St. Patrlckis m What About AFTER The World's Fair? He is a member of the State World's Fair Com- mission and the Century 21 Corporation steering com- mittee. He is also heading the program which will transform the Coliseum after the Fair. The Seattle Center can be one of the finest sports, cul- tural, entertainment and convention centers in the world . . . something all Seattle can enjoy and profit from for many generations to come. Let's be certain to see this job mmceesfully completedl Councilman Braman is the man best qualified to see it through for you. COUNCILMAN BRAMAN Jamm Keesling, Comlxdgn Chr (Paid Adv'flsement) WI the Coliseum prompt- ly be developed into one of the. natibn's outstanding sports, convention and ex- hiMt facilities? oantinnous and m- sponsibT planning it will be. Achieving maximum use and beauty with the entire Seattle Center after the fair ... at reasonable cost to the city.., is one of the most important issues we face. From the beginning, Councilman Dorm Braman has spearheaded the city's interests in developing the Seattle Center and its im- omr.nt part in the World's r. RE- ELECT City Council" Position No. 1 Member. Assumption Parish (Paid Advertisement} i ii HARDY'S Ilmrirhl) HARRY P. AROLD IAN LAING MALCOLM$ON - Jtt al IHtvessmll Diamond Merchants, PINE WATCHES POSITION s AN ASSISTANT ATTORNEY- GENERAL of the State of eI.ASSWARE Wasalngton, Wing Luke is on LAkeview 4-0666 ., .. s,, s-.,. leave of absence to actively Seattle MA. 2-5033 campaign for Seattle City Coun- cil. A DISTINGUISHED WAR REC- ORD, an excellent academic "WalJVEINAHIOHLYCOMPETITIVE background and extensive gov- * ... in business .,. in jobs., ernmental experience m a k in all personal attainment Wing Luke an outstanding can- ... amt particulrl so in politics. didate. Municipal League's Investigation CiViC SERVICE: Director, officer or member of over 20 ivi Committee is thorough in scrutinizing groups, including Mayor's Comm|ssio, on Juvenile Delinquency, and investigating candidate. Greater Seaflle Housing Council. Seattle Urban League, Ameri* The l/gue gave FRANK McCAFFRgY can Legion, China Club. World Law Committee of the Seattle a high rating in experience and quat- Bar Association. Jackson Street Community Council, Seafair ifications ae a candidate for Position Committee, Washington International Trade Fair. Number One in tbe City'Council. MILITARY SERVICE: Overseas in New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Philippines, Korea, Sergeant 40th Division Arfillery,..Rronze VOTE to return rnk Star, 5 battle stars. COLL|GE CAREER: Sophomore class president, U.W., B.A. in Political Science and Public Administration, U.W., LLB ;n Law, U.W.; graduate in Political Science, Amercan University, Wash- ington, D.C. SPONSORED BY: State Senator Frank T. Conner State Senator Michael J. GallacJher CITY C0002N00IL P N 0 s,.t. Reo.s.n,.t,..00oooooon.,, to 0siti0n urab00r ne (WING LUKE FOR COUNCIL COMMITTEE E0121/= UNIVERSITY WAY) (Paid Advertisement) I tPald Adverflsemsnt) day, March 13, 8 p.m., Sacred Heart Parish hall, 2nd Ave. N. and Thomas St. Tickets will be available for the Communion Breakfast March 25. ASSUMPTION PARISH Altar Society meeting Wednesday, March 14, I p.m., parish rec- tory hall. Liturgical Program is planned. Guild members are urged to attend. Mattresses Made to Order and Rebuilt. Your Cotton Met. tress Spring Filled. "EASY CREDIT" Free Pick Up and Delivery SEATTLE BETTER BEDDIHG AT. 2-1433 714 Taylor Ave. Elmer Carlson. PA. 3-4069) (If no answet,-.-<all Pary Slated The Horace-Guild of Sacred Heart Parish will sponsor a St. Patrick's Day party at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 17, in the parish school auditorium, Wai'ren Ave. and John St. The program will include en- tertainment and dancing. Admission will be $1 per per- son, according tO Mrs. Edna Scott, chairman. Catholic Nurses Schedule Day Of Recollection l Seattle Chapter of the Arch. diocesan Council of Catholic Nurses wiU have a day of fecal. tection Sunday, March 18, at Forest Ridge Convent. For reservations call either Miss Patricia Flaherty, EA 4- 9602, or Miss Sally Flaherty, LA 4-3224. O'Dea Mothers To Sponsor Rummage Sale O'Dea Mothers Club is spon- soring  rummage sale March 30 and 31 at St. Peter Claver gym from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. A previous sale open to O'- Den mothers will be held March 28 and 29 in the base. ment of the Brothers home. Mrs. Ernest Sutherland is ge. erai chairman.