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&---THE PROGRESS Friday, March 15, ]003 Art Festival Opens At Bellarmine PREPARING for Bellarmine High School's Festival of Art and Music today, Saturday and Sunday, March 15, 16 and 17 are Mrs. Mason Halligan, general chairman, hold. ing a wood sculpture of St. Francis by Art McKellips, Mr. Paul Margelli, choir director of the:Mason Methodist Church who will perform Saturday at 8 p.m., and Rev. J. P. Hurley, S.J., who is holding Rex Peirce's painting of St. Francis. Father Hurley organized the Town and Gown cultural group which is sponsoring the religious art show in the school social hall. (Photo by Bob Treleven) Styles on Parade A STYLE SHOW sponsored by Sacred Heart Mothers Club, Tacoma, will be held Wednesday, March 20, at 8 p.m. in St. Leo Parish auditorium. Readying the little girls for their part in the show are (from the left) Mesdames Russell Honan, Frank Stankevitz and Robert Reopelle. The two. miniature models are Kathy Stankevitz and Joanie Carreau. Mesdames Stankevitz, Edwin Carreau and Dean Pitsch are co.chairmen and tickets may be obtained at the door or by calling GR 4-3524 or GR 5.0371. Prep Mothers Plan Luncheon "BASEBALL with a Feminine Pitch" will be the theme of a luncheon sponsored by the freshmen mothers of Seattle Prep Wednesday, March 20, at 12:30 p.m. in the St. Joseph Parish social hall. Mrs. Raymond Ochs (left) decorations chairman, shows her efforts to Mrs. Walter Nitsche, gen- eral chairman. The buffet table will be centered around "home plate" and the committee urges all to get their tickets early. (Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) - Retreat For CCD Girls Scheduled A closed retreat for public high school junior and senior girls will be held at Visitation Retreat House during Holy week, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 9 and 10. According to Rev. John P. Doherty, Archdiocesan Director of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, a new policy of the Palisades Retreat House limits reti'eats 'to adult groups only. For that reason high school boys of the CCD will not be able to participate in the usual Holy Week retreat. ]'he Rev. John P. Mitchell will be retreat master at Visi- tation and girls wishing to go are asked to call their parish rectory for registration forms which give the details of the retreat. All forms should be returned to the CCD office, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 4, by Monday, April 4. A retreat fee of $12 along with $1 for transportation should be" sent with the registration form. Bus transportation for Seat- tle girls will leave St. James Cathedral at 8 a.m. April 9. Those going by car must be at Visitation by 9 a.m. Ft. Lemieux On Accrediting Committee The Very Rev. A. A. Le- mieux, S.J., president of Se- attle University, has been re- elected to the Executive Com- mittee of the National Commis- sion on Accrediting. He repre- sents the Association of Ameri- can Colleges on the Commis- sion which oversees the accred- iting practices of the regional associations. He is also serving on the ex- ecutive committee of the Pres. i d e n t s Conference of Jesuit Universities and Colleges. Biology Methods Class At SU Seattle University is offering a two-credit course in Biology Methods at the Seattle Science Center on Thursday evenings beginning March 28. Dr. Richard Nero, head of the Biology Department, will teach the course in the Little Science Theater and make use of other exhibit areas at the Center. The course is open to all stu- dents enrolled at the Univer- sity. The hour-and-a-half lec- tures will begin at 6:30 p.m. Registration for the course for day students is March 25. Eve- ning students may attend the first class on March 28 and register for the course the next week. Fashions For The Ladies g/ISHING the hats could be theirs are Mrs. C. E. Irvin (left) and Mrs. W. E. Savard of Holy Rosary Parish Mothers Club who will be modeling hats at the club's fashion show and luncheon Thursday, March 21, at the Fort Law- ton Officers Club. The event will begin at 11:30 a.m. For reservations call Mrs. J. F. N0rn, ' WEi 7-1875. Bellarmlne Announces Honor Roll TACOMA -- First semester honor roll from Bellarmine High School is as follows: Seniors: Richard Layton, John Lep- pert, Michael Martin, Davld Peterson, Thomas Rehak, Harold Schlndler, Rat- rick Staehelb Douglas Turner. Juniors: Earl Browne, Darrell Du- Mend, John Endres, Steve Kneeshnw, Terry Hanson, Gary Knudson, Stove Ring. Sophomores: James Avery, Leo Hln- dew, Richard Hoffman, John Hubka, David Hughes, Larry Inman, Kenneth Knight, Leonard Koplen, William Lee- dam, Edward LoughreY, William Morn- no, Harvey McGowan, Richard Mertz, George Rederich, Joseph $taehell, Michael Tretton, Brian Wuelner, Fran* ClS Messlna, Thomas Milan, John as- born, Max Warren, Roger WaN. Freshmen: Mark Elchsel, ion Coun- tryman, Robert GIIles, Edward Honeb Nick Markovlch, Tim Rotht Francis Zderl, St. Pafrick's Day Means Parish Parties, Dinners Bellingham Assumption Parlsh--The Al- tar Society will give a St. Pat- rick's Day dinner this Sunday, March 17, in the school gym from noon to 4 p.m. The dinner of fried chicken will be $1.50 for adults, 75 cents for children 6 to 12 and free for children under 6. Mrs. James Roe is general chair- man. Bafhell St. Brendan Parish -- The ladies of the parish will give a smorgasbord dinner this Sun- day, March 17, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the church hall. Everett Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women--The Everett chap- ter will sponsor a day of recol- lection Monday, March 18, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church, 25th and Hoyt. Mrs. L. W. Swan, president, extends an invitation to all Catholic women of the deanery to take advantage of this special day of prayer. Mass will be offered at 12:15 p.m. with Very Rev. Michael O'Neill, S.S., as celebrant. Everyone attending is asked to bring lunch and coffee will be furnished. Everett Serra Club -- "Voca- tions Day" will be held Wednes- day, March 20, at the Immacu- late Conception Parish hall, 25th and Hoyt, from 2 to 4:30 and 7:15 to 0:30 p.m. There will be exhibits, dis- plays and vocational films pre- sented by 15 religious orders. Admission is free and the public is invited. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Visitation Circle will m e e t Tuesday, March 19, at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss Lillian Porter, Lakota Beach, Geor- gian St., Box 1294. A new circle, as yet un- named, met for the first time yesterday, March 14, at the home of Mrs. Richard Work- man, 2238 S.W. 330th St. Kirkland Holy Family Parish--A smor- gasbord dinner prepared and served by the Altar Society will be held this Sunday, March 17, from 2 to 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Meats, baked salmon, home- made spaghetti, salads and I III homemade pies will be fea- tured. Tickets are $1.75 for adults, $1.50 for children 12 to 16, 75 cents for children 5 to 12 and free for those under 5. Chairmen are Mrs. William Dangel and Mrs. Charles Whiteside. kynden Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women -- The last meet- ing of the year for the North- ern Deanery was held Wednes- day at St. Joseph Parish. ACCW president, Mrs. Wil- liam J. Paul, gave a report on the convention plans. Mrs. Blanche Hodge, president of the Northern deanery will be general chairman of the con- vention. Olympia Oblates of St, Benedict -- Ob- lates will meet Sunday, March 17, at 4 p.m. in the chapel of St. Martin's Abbey. Port Angeles Oblates of St. Benedict -- Meeting will be March 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Queen of Angels Church. Port Orchard St. Gabriel Parish--The ladies of the Altar Society will hold a baked ham dinner Sunday, March 17/from 1 to 7 p.m. in the Marcus Whitman Junior High School cafeteria on the Manchester Highway. H o m e- made pies will also be served. There will be family rates with individual prices $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for chil- dren under 12. Mrs. Walt No- lander is chairman assisted by co-chairman Mrs. Lee C a I d- well. Ladies of the Society are handling all arrangements. Seattle Blessed Sacrament Parish -- Breakfast of p a n c a k e s and sausages will be served this Sunday, March 17, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the school gym by the men of the Holy Name Society. Association for Catholic Child- hood -- The quarterly meeting of the ACC will be held Tues- day, March 19, at 12:30 p.m. in Ozanam Hall, 410 Marion Seattle St. An open discussion on the Fantasy Fair will be held. The new Rae Blethen Circle of Bellevue will be honored along with Mrs. George Nor- ton, new board member. Hos- tesses for the tea are members of Agnes McLellan, Ann Dana- hue, Birdie Ghiglione and Eliz- abeth Gerbel Circles. St. Paul Parish -- The annual St. Patrick's Day dinner will be held this Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. in the parish hall. The prime rib dinner, pre- pared by Frank Belmonte, will be $2 for adults and $1 for chil- dren. For reservations, c a 1 1 Mrs. Joseph Zimmar, PA 3- 8438 or Mrs. John Miranti, PA 2-2636. Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Nurses--The Seattle Chap- ter will have a day of recol- lection Sunday, March 24, at Providence Hospital. The Ray. Francis Lindekugel, S.J., will be moderator for the day which Everyone Invited To Italian Buffet Salvador Benedict, a mem- ber of St. Thomas Parish, Riverton, and chef at the Swept Wing Inn, cordially in- vites one and all to his home at 13512 32nd Ave. S. Tues- day, March 19, the Feast of St. Joseph for his annual St. Joseph Day buffet, an Italian custom from his ancestral home of Sicily. This custom which is very popular among Italian fam- ilies in New Orleans, where Mr. Benedict comes from, entails making a special altar to St. Joseph and preparing a lavish buffet in honor of him and, also, in the old days, to feed the poor of the neighborhood. Baked fish, stuffed crabs, boiled seafood, stuffed egg- plant and artichokes, fried cauliflower and trays of cakes and pastries will all be served to those who visit the Benedicts from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. this coming Tuesday. Everyone is invited. opens at 0 a.m. and closes with Benediction at 3:30 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at noon and a luncheon will fol- low. All i n t e r e s t e d registered nurses and practical nurses are urged to attend and reserva- tions may be made with Pat Flaherty at EA 4-9602. Friends of St. Peter Claver --The regular monthly meeting will be held tonight, March 15, at 8 p.m. in the St. Peter Clav- er Hall at 17th and Jefferson. Plans for the "Dinner Inter- nationale" will be completed. Mrs. Ralph Olson is chairman. Club president, Dan Lefebvre will conduct final plans for a work party to improve the landscaping and lighting at the Center. All members are urged to attend and anyone interested in interracial charity and good- will is invited to attend the meeting. Blessed Sacrament Parish-- The Mothers Club is holding a white elephant sale in the church hall, 9th N.E. and N.E. 53rd /c o d a y and tomorrow, March 15 and 16, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. A good assortment of children's clothing will be avail- able. The March meeting of the club will be held Tuesday, March 19, at 8 p.m. The nom- niating committee will present candidates for officers for the coming year. A demonstration of hair styles will also be fea- tured. Third grade mothers will hos- tess the coffee hour. Oblates of St. Benedict--The Oblates of the Seattle area will m e e t at Assumption Church Sunday, March 17, at 3 p.m. St. Anne Parish -- The Moth- ers Club will meet Wednesday, March .20, at 1 p.m. in the school hall. Guest speaker will be Rev. John Rice, chaplain at Firlands and Fircrest School, speaking on "Mental Retarda- tion." Mothers of fifth and sixth graders will be tea hostesses. St. Alphnnsus Parish -- The Altar Society meeting will be Tuesday, March 19, at 12:30 p.m. in the church meeting room. Plans will be discussed for the annual spring luncheon. Mrs. R. A. Lippert is the new president of the Altar So- ciety and she will be aided by fellow officers Mesdames Sam Knudson, George H a y e s and Francis Kelleher. St, Teresa Study Club -- The meeting will be Monday, March 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Ashm0re. Mrs. Veronica Carroll will give the book review. Holy Names Academy -- Librarians of the Holy Names Communities from the pro- vinces of Oregon and Washing. ton will meet at the Academy tomorrow, March 16. On the agenda are plans for the revision of the bibliography "Joy in Books" and the com- pilation of final titles for the lists which have occupied the Seattle group for sometime: "What To Read Before High School" and "What To Read Before Col- lege." Attending will be librarians from Holy Names College and Academy in Spokane, Immacu- late and Holy Names High Schools in Seattle; from St. Mary Academy in Portland and in Eugene, and Marylhurst College. A master piano workshop will draw Sister Marian Grace and Sister Harriet Mary of the Academy faculty to Marylhurst College this weekend. Bela Nagy, the Hungarian pianist, is conducting the workshop. Therese Bianchi, senior and outstanding violin student who recently was awarded a music scholarship to Holy Names College, Oakland, will accom- pany the Sisters. St. Patrick Parish--A special St. Patrick's Day party will be held tomorrow night, March 16, at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Besides celebrating the feast of the parish's patron saint, the party will also honor Rt. Ray. Msgr. Michael Murtagh's re- cent appointment as a domestic prelate. Donation for the party is $1 and entertainment f o r t h e whole family is planned. Chair- man is William Price. Tacoma Aquinas High School -- The Mothers Club will meet Tues. day, March 19, at 8 p.m. in the school's music room. Mrs. Joseph Lovely, president, will announce the nominating com- mittee for the April elections. The Town and Gown choir, under the direction of Mrs. Henry Hellenkamp, will pre- sent a program of music. Catholic Daughters of Amer. lea--Court Tacoma will hold a potluck dinner and reception of new members Monday, March 18, at St. Leo Parish hall. Dinner is at 6:30 with the reception at 8. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy, State Regent, will be the honored guest. Mrs. William Adams, Vice Regent, is in charge of initiation and Mrs. Philomena Swan is Everett, district de- puty will preside. The dinner is handled by Mrs. Edward Basista and Mrs. J. P. Crawford. Siena Club--Meeting will be Thursday, March 21, at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss Emily Crawford in the Town House Apartments. Mrs. F r a n k J. Pavolka is in charge of the program. St. Rita Parish--St. Francis Sodality will meet Wednesday, March 20, at 8 p.m. in the rectory. Third Order of St. Francis-- St. George Fraternity, Ta- coma branch, will meet this Sunday, March 17, at St. Pat- rick Church at 3 p.m. Novices and postulants will meet at the school at 2 p.m. and the chapter meeting will be held at 2:30 in the church hall. The subject of discussion will be the first three chapters of '% Map of Life." The Roy. Jordan Donovan, O.F.M., will give the confer- ence and officiate at the re- ception of the postulants and Benediction. The council meet- ing will be at 1. Oblates of St. Benedict--Ob- lates will m e e t in Visitation Church at 3 p.m. this Sunday, March 17. St. Charles Borromeo Parish --The Mothers Club will meet Monday, March 18, at 8 p.m. in the conference room of the school. The meeting will be fol- lowed by a white elephant auc- tion sale. Vancouver Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica -- Our Lady of Lourdes Court is sponsoring a day of recollection Sunday, March 17, at Our Lady of Lourdes Church wtih Ray. William G. Sifferle as the speaker. Registration is at 1 p.m. and all interested persons are in- vited. Puppetry Class Scheduled A children's class in puppetry will be featured on the spring schedule at the Seattle Creative Activities Center, 234 14th Ave. E., where a variety of new classes in art, music, dancing, creative drama, sculpture and crafts will begin March 25. Carol Edleman, who will teach puppetry, is a graduate in architecture from Cornell University and studied drama at Columbia University. She for- merly was with the,','Once Upon a Time Puppeteers of the Eu- gene, Ore. Puppet Theater. Her class will be for children aged eight and up. For the UNUSUAL IN GlFTS... GUnDERSOn 627 PiN| 764 BROADWAY SEATTLE TACOMA READYING decorations for the annual Young Ladies In- stitute Communion Breakfast this Sunday, March 17, is Mrs. Ray Moffatt (center) general chairman and a member of Queen Institute. Watching her are (left) Mrs. James Jack- son, Grand First Vice President, and Mrs. Tim McCulloughdL of Lorraine Institute who will be toastmistress. W YLI Breakfast This Sunday The annual Communion Breakfast of the Youn Ladies Institute, St. Cecilia, Mariette, Queen and raine Institutes, will be held following the 9 a.m. Mass ;:": at the Church of the Immacu- late this Sunday, March 17, in the Georgian Room of the ACCW Names Olympic Hotel. The third Sunday in Lent is annually set aside by the YLI for their Communion Breakfast. Honored guests will include the M o s t Reverend Arch- bishop Thomas A. Connolly, the four chaplains of the in- stitutes: Rev. C. V. MeEach- an, Rev. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M., Ray. John Mitchell and Ray. Kenneth Ogrodow- ski. Also honored will be YLI Grand Institute officers: Mrs. James Jackson, Grand First Vice President; Mrs. Betty Mar- tin and Mrs. Lowell Young, G r a n d Directors; and Past Grand Presidents, Miss Virginia Seanzon and Mrs. Kenneth War- rack. Other honored guests are Miss Lola Moran, District Deputy and the presidents of the four Seattle institutes: Mrs. John Palmetr, Queen; Mrs. Donald Miller, Mariette; Mrs. Robert Vrooman, Lorraine and Mrs. Hal HartzeU, St. Cecilia. Mrs. Roy Roberts, well- known lecturer and world traveler will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Roberts was present at the opening cere- monies of the Ecumenical Council and will speak on the Council. Everette Institute from Ever- ett, who recently celebrated their 50th anniversary have also been invited. Toastmistress will be Mrs. Tim McCullough and general chairman is Mrs. Ray Moffatt. Other committee members are Misses Mary Alice Kirkpatrick, Mary Kirby and Virginia Mi- chaelis and Mesdames Joseph Brewer, James Taylor, John Ford, Charles Bras and Earl Lorraine. YLI, Tahoma Institute, Ta- coma, will have their Corn- reunion Breakfast at the Hotel Winthrop in the Bay- view Room following 8:30 a.m. Mass at Sacred Heart Church. The Rev. Dunstan Curtis, O.S.B., president of St. Mar- tin's College, will speak on "Zeal for Souls." Chairman is Mrs. Joseph Brown assisted by Mesdames W. F. Durrell, W. D. Kelley, R. J. Evans, M. E. Gerard and M. M. Brown. Entrance Exams At Holy Angels The entrance test for eighth grade girls wishing to enter Holy Angels High School, 5806 15th Ave. N.W,, will be given at the school Saturday, March 23, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. A fee of $1.25 will be charged. WRITERS N. Y. publisher wants books on oil sub- Jects, flctlont nonfiction. No fee for professional opinion. FREE: Brochures that show how your book can be publish- ed, publicized, sold; tips and article reprints on writing, publishing, contracts. Write Dept. CFN-3. I:xp0sfllon3, PARK Ave. S., N.v. 16 Convention Committees The program for the annual convention of the Seattle Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women, to be held in Everett April 28 and 29, at the Elks' Clubrooms, was completed at a_, meeting of the ACCW executivd| board, M o n d a y at ColoniC., Manor, Seattle. Mrs. William J. Paul of*' Marysville, president of ACCW, 7: named Mrs. Blanche Hodge, 3 Bellingham, president of North-:.::i ern Deanery, as general chair- * man. ,,: Other committee a p p o i n meets w e r e Mesdames Machin, Fred Cole, Harril Barth, Lloyd Miller, L. W. Swarm, Nicholas M a s s i n a, Honan, James H. Egan, Nich. : alas Constanti. A treasurer and auditor wili be elected this year and the * nominating committee will in--: elude Mesdames John Du Put, R. A. Leppert, Lloyd H. Miller Einar Shoblom, and R. Bowles. Mass Of Thanksgiving At Monastery The Novena of Thanksgiving to the Holy Father and all bel  efactors of the Carmelite N of Seattle will conclude Tues- day, March 19, the Feast of St. Joseph with a high Mass at 6:30 a.m. at the Monastery chapel, 1808 18th Avenue. The nuns invite the faithful to attend this Mass of Thanks- giving. who seek " \\;  PERFECT W K'- FITTING & \\; COMPLETE COMFOR1 are not satisfied with any d other shoes. W Sensibly made with sensible low heels, "America's Most Attractive Shoes for Comfort" offer you the maximum in qualiw, all-over fit, service. The shoe that you buy, Sister, is made over the last proper for your foot! 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