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--THE PROGRESS Fr;00aY Marc00 lr19621Auction And l Mrs. Ethier, 90, Says Her Rummage Family Keeps Her Young Items Needed TACOMA- The Tacoma A parishioner of St. Joseph's in Seattle, who Patrician Dinner Finalized MAKING PLANS for the St. Patrick's Day dinner Sunday, March 18, in Aquinas High School auditorium are (from left) Mrs. Cyril Galagan, Mrs. George Race, Mrs. Edward Danz and ,Mrs. Eugene Otis. The dinner will be served from 1 to 5 p.m. by the St. Patrick's Mothers Club. Corned beef and cabbage or roast beef au jus and pastries are on the lmenu. Art Show To Be Seen At Bellarmine TACOMA--A contemporary religious art show will be presented by Bellarmine High School's Town and Gown Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25, in ter Mary Alphonse, Sister Mary Anne and Sister Mary Aquin- ata, who is also conducting e docent 1 e c t u r e for children Sunday afternoon. Also showing will be Charles Mulvey of Seaview. His wife Maureen, wilt display her reli- gious figure of driftwood. Rich- ard Beardsley of LaPush will also show sculptured driftwood. Ed Mills, Tacoma architect, is also arranging en architec. tural display of church inter- Jars and appointments. The St. Aloysius Chapel Lit- urgical Choir will present a concert each evening at 8. Lakewood CDA Receives Charter the school social hall. On exhibit will be paintings, sculptures, architectural dis- plays and altar and sanctuary fittings. The gallery will be open to the general public each day from 1 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m. Admission is com- plimentary. Town and Gown is Belhr- mine's own cultural group. Featured will be tapestries by the Floyd Brewers of Gig Harbor, which are to be sent to Lausanne, Switzerland for the International Biennial this sum- mfYr. Tacoma a r e a artists who have been invited to show their paintings, prints mosaics, and sculpture are: Bill Colby, William A. and Lorraine Phillips, Dr. Jens Knutsen, Rex Pierce, J01m Vlahovich, Esther Campbell, Vera Erickson, Margaret Hub- bard, June Elleflot, Dora Le- TACOMA -- A c e r e m o n y, Suet', Helen Engel, Betty Lung- marking the presentation of low, Kenn Johnson, Jo Hynd- man, Gene Stanley, Clare She- " the C a t h o 1 ].c Daughters of ver, Rosalie Walker, F. R. Me- America charter to Court Our Call,- Floyd B r e w e r, Joyce Fitzwilliams, Gary Andersen, Bunny Halligan, Fumiko Kim- ura, Betty Mears, Paul /Vlic- haeis, Ruth Hofto and R o y Stanger. Artists in the religious life who will exhibit are Rev. An- drew Vachon, S.J., Brother Bruno of St. Martin's, Sis- St. Leo Clubs Slate 'Shamrock Shuffle' Dance Lady of the Lakes here, was held Sunday in the Lakewood Knights of Columbus Hall. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy of Ta- coma, state regent, made the presentation to the court's trustees. The new Lakewood court was instituted November 11, 1960 with 64 charter mem- bers. Fifteen new members were also initiated during the-after- noon. One of the charter members, Mrs. Ray Kennedy, saw two of her daughters initiated among the 15. They are Mrs. Howard Shaw and Miss Catherine Ken- nody. Mrs. Ray Kennedy now has the unique distinction of hav- ing four of her relatives in the court, "according to Mrs. Ann Finch, grand regent. Mrs. Ken- nedy's two granddaughters, Miriam Kennedy and Mary Louise Show, are members of the jtmior court. TACOMA -- "Shamrock Shuf- fle" will inspire the "wearin of the Green" on St. Patrick's Day March 17 for the dance to be sponsored by the com- bined efforts of all organiza- tions of St. Leo's Parish here. "The Grade School Mothers Club, Sa-Le-Hi, the Young Mar- tied couples Club and the Loy- ola Men's Club will sponsor the dance in Bellarmine Cafeteria, Music will be by the St. Martin's C oll e g e Orchestra SMC Art from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. A Dutch lunch will be served at midnight. Serving on this committee are Mesdames Phil Kuchan, Frank Bartenetti, An=.. tone Lovravich, Hugh Raw- lings, Frank Hidaka and Earl Westgate. ,Midland Ladies Plan Pot-Luck Work Shop Dates Listed OLYMPIA--The St. Martin's College Summer Art Workshop will be held July 30 to August 10, inclusive. The two-week program ar- ranged especially for art teach- ers will have four parts: de- sign, primary school art and materials, intermediate school courses, and calligraphy. Sister M. Thomasita, O.S.F., from Milwaukee, Wis., returns TACOMA- St. John of the tertainnaent aturday, March 17, in the parish hall. Serving will begin at 5:30 P'e-- St.,Martin's College Cho- ral Group will sing at 6:30 p.m. There will also be a short skit by the Parish Men's Club and other musical numbers. Mrs. John Erck, Altar Society president, has appointed Mrs. Melvin Morrill and Mrs. Glen Eat,mack as co-chairmen. Woods Alter Society of Mid- to the Art Workshop for the land is sponsoring a St. Pat-- third successive year to be in tick's pot-luck supper and en- charge of the design group. SMC To Present '12 Angry Men' Sister M. Aquinata, O.P., from Tacoma, who served as director of the art workshop the past two summers, will di- rect the primary group. Sister Joharma, O.S.B,, from St. Benedict's College, Minne- sota, will supervise the inter- mediate group in school art and materials. The Rev. Nicholas Rausch, O.S.B., of St. Martin's, will work with the calligraphy group in achieving proficiency in man- uscript writing and Chancery hand. The concentrated daily sched- ule will include eight hours of art per day. OLYMPIA--The M a s k and Dagger Club of St. Martin's College will present "Twelve Angry Men" Tuesday, May 1, at the Abbey Theatre on cam- pus. Members of the cast include John Wagoner, Gary Graham, Paul O'Hara, Steve Peterson, Bob Regnelli, Gary Roy, George Serrecchia, Paul Flint, Mike Smith, Will Kessel, Tori Ko- vach, Floyd Nance, Lou Dough- erty, Matt Loughney and Lea Bailey. The play is under the direc- tion of Rev. Valerian Grubb, O.S.B. Lea Bailey is' student director. Catholic Women's Club is sponsoring an auction-rum- mage sale Friday and Satur- day, April 6, 7, at 924 Pa- cifie Ave. Items of clothing, furni- ture, dishes, antiques, toys, usable electrical appliances, hats, jewelry, ete., are wel- come. Anyone interested in spring cleaning, and helping the club's Catholic welfare pro- gram at the same time, may call: Mrs. Richard McMenamin, GR. 4-8254; Mrs. Patrick Comfort, SK. 9-6046, or Mrs. George Kittredge, JU. 8-9302. The auction is a new pro- ject for Catholic Woman's Club. All proceeds will be used for charity. Benedictine Boosters Plan Benefit Dinner OLYMPIA- A St. Patrick's smorgasbord will be served by the Benedictine Boosters from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17, in the CIO Hall here to benefit the new St. Placid High School and Boosters' scholar- ship fund. Heading the committee are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stephenson and Mr: and Mrs. Floyd Towns- end. Assisting booster members will be St. Placid students and Sigma Mu Kappa Club mem- bers from St. Martin College. Port Angeles Altar Society Plans Sale PORT ANGELES--A spring rummage sale will be held by Queen of Angels Parish Altar Society April 6 and 7 in the school gym. Among other events for the Society will be nomination of officers at the March 27 meet- ing. At this meeting Mrs. Helen Keller will address the group and show slides of the Holy Land. St. Martha Guild requests new members for the supervi- sion of weekly church cleaning. Anyone interested is asked to contact Mrs. Jack Ketchum. SMC's Semester Rates To Rise Next Fall O L Y M P I A--Tuition at St. Martin's C o 1 1 e g e has' been raised to $300 per semester, beginning with the coming fall term, according to Very Rev. Dunstan Curtis, O.S.B., presi- dent. - Present rates are $260 per semester. "These expenses continue to rise," explained Fathe Danstan, "without a propor- tionate rise in income from outside sources. It is realized that the tuition charged the students in a liberal arts col- lege never has, and probably never will cover all operating :wXpenses; but it is one area hich the administration has felt should be raised." New sources of student aid are be in g developed at St. Martin's to assist capable but definitely needy students. The college has been for two years a participant in the National Defense Eoan Act. Other types of student financial assistance are else under consideration. Room and board fees at. St. Martin's have been left at the present level for the coming year. About Southwest Parish Clubs, Organization TACOMA -- ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC NURSES, Pierce County Chap- ter, meeting 8 p.m. Thursday, March 22, St. Joseph's Hospital Nurses' Home. Dr. Charles Gel. braith to speak on "Physical Aspects of the Passion." ,Mrs, Helmer Berg to preside.. TACOMA--ST. RITA PARISH St. Francis Sodality, meeting, 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 21. Clara Salatino to preside. TACOMA--AQUINAS MOTH- ER CLUB, meeting, Tuesday, March 20, 8school p.m. music room. Eugene Matsu- saka, Catholic Children's Serv- ices, to talk on foster parent plan and other special works of agency. Sunday celebrated her 90th birthday anniversary, says that the reason why she stays young is "that her family keeps her young." The jubilarian is Mrs. Florence Ethier, 956 18th Ave. E. Her ever-growing family in which she manages to keep an active interest, numbers 109, not including the many in-laws. She has nine surviving chil- d r e n, 25 grandchildren, 67 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren. Eighty of her relatives at- tended a reception in her honor in the home of one of her daughters, Mrs. John L. Moore, with whom she lives. Born March 13, 1872 in Chip. pewa Falls, Wis., she was mar- ried to Nazaire Ethier in St. Paul, Minn., in 1868. The couple moved to Seattle in 1904 and settled in St. Edward Parish. Mr. Ethier died in 1937. Mr. and Mrs. Ethier had 14 children, nine of them surviv- ing. They are Prosper Ethier, Mrs. Louis C. (Anna) Burns, James Leo Ethier, Mrs. George (Irene) McAteer, Mrs. John L (Genevieve) Moore, Mrs. Jo- seph (Vivian) McCambridge, Mrs. Clarence '(Ida) Smith, William Ethier and Mrs. Glenn (Eleanor) Strena, all of Se- attle. Mrs. Ethier also has one brother living, Albert Roul- eau,, 82, 3928 W. Othello St. in Holy Rosary Parih. Mrs. Ethier is quite a busy woman. She cooks, crochets, embroiders and gardens. One who always recites the daily Rosary, Mrs. Ethier attends the 9:15 a.m. Mass at St. Jo- seph's on Sundays. MRS. FLORENCE ETHIER 109 Descendants Chehalians Say Dinner To Be Exceilen ' CHEHALIS -- Parishioners of St. ,Joseph's here promise an excellent dinner Sunday, March 18, in the parish school hall. The annual parish dinner will be served from 1 to 5 p.m. with complete ham or turkey dinners on the menu. Admission is $1.50 for adults and 50 cents for children under 12 years of age, according to Rev. Timothy B. Moynihan, pastor. 17 i:i, ::i:: i:. ::i:ii.i:!: New Sister SfSTER ELIZABETH ANN, S.N.D., pronounced her first vows at the Provin- cial Motherhouse of t h e Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in Saratoga, Calif. Sister, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robeson of St. Mark Parish, attended Christ the King. School, Shoreline High School and CCD classes at St. Mark's. Susan OSBrian St. Leo's Winner In Competition TACOMA--Susan K. O'Brian is the winner at St. Leo High School in the 1962 Betty Crock- er Search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow. She achieved the highest score in the examination on homemak- ing knowledge and attitudes taken by senior girls Decem- ber 5. She become eligible now along with winners in other state high schools, for the title of State Homemaker of Tomorrow. The girl named State Home- maker of Tomorrow. is pro- vided a $1,500 scholarship by General Mills, sponsor of the program. The state runner-up will receive a $500 scholarship. Joyce Amon Will Be Presented By SU Guild Joyce Amen, soprano, will be presented by the Seattle Uni- versity Guild Thursday, March 22, at 2 p.m. in the Pigott Auditorium. Miss Amen has appeared at the Aqua Theater, in Univer- sity of Washington opera work- shops and in the Northwest Grand Opera. She has also sung with the San Francisco Opera .and has appeared as soloist with the Seattle Chorale. Miss Amen was a finalist in the Northwest Regional Metro- politan auditions. Winner of the Proscenium Opera Schohrship,  iiii:i::iii:i::!!::ili!:::i: Miss A m o n studied in New York two years. Among the selections she will sing are: "Serenata" by Tosti, "To This We've Come" from The Consel by Menotti and "Ave Maria" from Otello by Verdi. Her accompanist will be Beverly Logan. The public is invited to the program. Mrs. William E. Le- JOYCE AMON Soprano mieux, program chairman, will present Miss Amen. I [ New Diocese Weddings Requested - VANCOUVER--Miss /mdrea LUANDA, Angola.-- (NC) -- Hudert, daughter of Mr. and Catholics of Benguela--with 60,- Mrs. John D. Hudert, to Dr. James Osthnd, son of Mr. and 000 people the third city in TOM HEMMEN, a senior at Seattle University, puts to- gether one of the stained glass windows he has made with the help of George Gagner of Aluminum Window and Glass Co. Tom, an art major, has made the 14 Stations of the Cross and is working on a crucifixion scene. --(Photo by Seattle University Spectator) Mrs. James E. Ostlund, Seat. tie, February 10, Our Lady of Lourdes Church." Uncle of the bride, Rev. Johr/Coffey, M,M., officiated. Mrs. Jacqueline Ann Me- Mahon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. McMahon, to Ronald Michael Forte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Recco Forte, SU Student Designs Stained Glass Windows Tom Hemmen is trying to break up a monopoly ---a monopoly that Loire, France, has had on the stained glass window business in Seattle. A semor art major at Se- attle University, Tom has been making windows since I a s t fall when his French professor, Roy. William E. Armstrong, S.J., introduced him to George Gagner of Aluminum Window and Glass Co. Mr. Gagner, who had done colored glass work as a young man, was glad to see Tom show an interest in it. Working at the glass corn- pony's shop, Tom has designed and laid the 14 Stations of the C r o s s and is presently con- structing a four by eight cru- cifixion scene. First designs are made on paper. Selecting a final de- sign, Tom takes the pieces of Schools Will Share In $2,000 Grant Four Washington Catholic schools will share in a $2,000 grant made by the Interna- tional Harvester Foundation to the Independent Colleges of Washington, Inc. The schools are Seattle Uni- versity, St, Martin's College, Gonzaga University and Holy wood used for the cement mold and puts them into their proper position. Next he takes the pieces of glass shipped from K0komo, Ind., and euts them into proper sizes with a chisel and ham- mer. Laying the pieces of glass, he then pours the ce- ment into the wooden mold surrounding the glass and in a matter of two days or so the window is ready to be finished. Anxious to make this hobby economical as well as creative, Tom will continue making win. daws after graduation in. June. He hopes to sell what he makes and stresses the fact that he and Mr. Gagner would be able to make the windows for ap- proximately one-quarter the price needed to ship them to Seattle from France. Tom, thee son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hemmen of 933 20th Ave. E., is a member of St. Joseph Parish. Anyone wishing to see the stained glass windows of this talented art student is asked to cell him at MA. 4-5018. Tom will be glad to display the pro- ducts of his most unusual hobby. Names College. The grant was part of some A C C W $360,000 made to colleges and universities as part of the Deaneries Set Recollection Day foundations annual program of aid to higher education. David G. Mayer, foundation president, said: "Faced with the prospects af increased enrollments in the next few years, these privately - endowed colleges and universities greatly need the financial support of busi- ness firms as well as alumni if they are to be prepared to meet increased operating costs. SU Graduate Named Assistant Attorney General The South Central and North Central Deaneries of the Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women are sponsoring a day of recollection Thursday, March 22, at Sacred Heart Church. The Rev. Raymond Troik, C.SS.R., pastor of Sacred Heart, will conduct the con- ferences. The day will open at I0 a.m. with Mass at noon followed by lunch at 1 p.m. At 2 p.m. there will be a question period fol- lowed by the closing conference and Benediction at 3:45. Mrs. Charles M. Carroll, chairman, requests those at- tending bring her own lunch and coffee will be served. For reservations from the North Central Deanery call Mrs. Linus Frey, GL 4-2777 or Mrs. E. R. Nottingham, LA 2- .0632 and for South Central 'call Mrs. Carroll at "EA 4-6419. CWV Wraps Up 'Cross Of Peace' Sale A Seattle University graduate has been appointed assistant attorney general by State ,t- torney General John J. O'Con- ': nell in Olympia. He is Donald L. Navon'i, son ...... of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. ................ Navoni, 924 33rd Ave. S. He succeeds Joseph P. Gagliardi, ',a Gonzaga University graduate, who resigned to enter private law practice in Spokane. Assigned to the Consumer Protection division in Seattle, Navoni was graduated with honors from SU in 1955 and took his first year of law school at St. Louis University. After two years of service in the U.S. Army in France he attended University of Wash- ington Law School, graduating in June, 1961: He ws admitted During the two previous Sun- days, Catholic War Veteransm in parishes in six "cities in th state have b e e n conducting' their annutl Cross of Peace drive. These Catholic vets, recog. nized by their organizational caps, have been selling metal lapel clip-ons shaped like shamrock with the Celtic Cross emblazened on it. Proceeds from the drive used to further all 10 of the posts' welfare, community and youth activities. The drive was endorsed by Governor Albert D. Rosellini who said in an official state- ment: "In these day s of inter- national tension when small wars threaten to flare dp in at least a dozen trouble spots around the world, the work of the CWV of the United States of America has spe- cial significance .... Most of the cost of these humanitari. an programs (of the CWV) are financed from the sale of 'Cross of Peace'." The Governor hod also ignated March II through 17 as "Cross of Peace Week" and called upon Washingtenians to "give their consideration and support to this worthy cause." Commander Shea Post of Se- attle will extend its drive through April, according to An- thony (Tony) Bacalzo of Seat-rot tle, the drive's state chairman. The post is one of l0 conduct- ing the drive in Seattle, Ta- c o m a, Olympia, Bremerton, Aberdeen and Yakima. HNA Seniors Will Make Annual Retreat Holy Names Academy seniors will make their annual retreat March 19, 20 and 21, under the direction of Rev. Thomas Cox, S.J., and Very Rev. John Mur. phy, S.J. Forty-four seniors will the second and third day closed retreat at Visitation Villa. Father Murphy will con- duct these e:ercises. Closed retreats have been held at the school 6ccasionally, but this is the first class to make one off campus while their classmates will be in re- treat in the academy chapel, Entrance Exams Due Entrance examination to hn- maculate High School and Holy Names Academy will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 24. There will be a $1.25 fee. THE NEW Angola--have asked the govern- ment to arrange for establish- ment of a new diocese here. Benguela now lies within the Diocese of Nova Lisbon, which was established in 1940. That diocese, whose See city is Angola's second largest city/ consists of some 600,000 Catho- TACOMA -- ST. MARTIN'S February 17, Church of the As- Catholic Collegians MOTHERS CLUB, meeting, sumpti0n, lies--just over half the total 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March Miss Theresa Maureen Kau- population. TO Meet At SMC 21, Tacoma Public Library fer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. OLYMPIA--The spring con- fireplace room. Mrs. Melvin Leonard James Kaufer, to Morrill to preside, in BREMERTON gross meeting of the Canted- Thomas Francis Mahoney, son oration of Northwest Catholic College Students will be held on the campus of St. Martin's College April 5 through 8. Delegates from Carroll Col- lege, College of Great Falls, Marylhurst, Holy Names and St. Martin's will meet to dis- cuss campus problems, political and social affairs, student gov- ernment and Church affairs. of Mrs. Arthur J. Mahoney, February 22, St. Joseph Church. Miss Lenore O'Connor, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. O'Connor, Mercer Island, to Brian K. Severson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin O. Severson of San Francisco, Holy Redeemer Church, San Francisco, February 17, Catholic Film Prize Awarded PARIS 0NC) -- The 63.year- old French film director, Rene Clair,  has received the grand prize of the French Catholic Film Office for the whole of his work in motion pictures. 3 fine stores to serve you FARRELL'S Eastwood Pfiormncy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hospital Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 On the road to the old Hospital Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy S30 5th St ......... 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