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Friday, March 19, 1965 THE PROGRESS--9 Payoff March 26 By Patience Amabel Labell PAL News Editor The first Progress Ad- vertised Labels payoff comes Friday, March 26. Ten parish winners will be announced in The Progress then. Deadline for turn-ins of PAL products for tabulations and points totals from each 15 par- ticipating PAL parishes is 4 pm Wednesday, March 24. Ensuing Wednesday deadlines are April 7 and 21, May S and 19 and June 2 and 9. Announcement of bi-monthly winners in The Progress will then be published March 26, April 9 and 23, May 7 and 21 and June 4 and 11. Good luck, PAL parishesl  Contest Rules Ir and Regulations 1 1 cmh awutds will be made to these Idskes, Portlatpatlng In The Catholic Northwest Progress "PAL" contest, which deliver to the parish proof.of-purchase Items (labels. bottle naps, sales slips, box tops, all Th " I&apos; etc.) from advertisers PorflaIp ng in Prcgrees PAL empalgn. Z } Proof of purchase awards wlII be determined oR a volume cmd on a per capita basis. BI.monthly awaras will be made oo the 2nd, 4th, Sth, 8th, 101h and 12tk weeks. Grand final awards will be made at the completion of the 13.weak Imriod. See rules S and 6 3 ) Each participating parish shall be eligible far not more than three first place hi.monthly awards. 2nd through 10th plane awards may be won more than three Simms. 4 } The Progress will award the following "PAL" prizes: Bl.Monthly Awards to parishes with greatest hi.monthly volume lot ..................... S100.00 6th ..................... $ 15.00 2nd ..................... 60.00 7th ..................... 1S.00 3rd ................... 40.00 Ilth ..................... 1S.00 4th .......... .: .......... 30.00 9th ..................... 10.00 6th .......... . ........... 20.00 10tk ..................... 10.00 Grand Final Awards to be prezeated of conclusion of contest let .................... SI,000.00 6th .................... $ gl0,00 2nd ..................... 500.00 7th .................... 200.00 3rd .................... 400.00 8th .. .................. 1S0.00 4th .................... 350.00 9tk .................... 100.00 Sth .................... 300.00 10th .................... 60.00 In Case of a tic -- Progress payl dovblo im  J Turn-Ins of "PAL" products must be tabulated and point totals must be delivered or moiled to the office of The Progress, 907 Tarry Ave., Seattla 98104, no later than 4 pm Wednesday, March 24; April 7, 21; May 6, 19: June 2, 9; Monday, March 22; April S emd 19; May 3, 17 cmd 311 and June 7 will be deadlines for torn.Ins to be nted for thc previous two-week period. 6 J Winners will be announced In la Progress on March 2t! April 9, 23; May 4, 21; and June 4 and Grand FInalWInuers an June 11. 2f! .+ "'"" '" a.,h., ..d,, at, p n Bellarmine Speakers Share With Aquinas BELLARMINE and Aquinas High Schools ,+'on every first-place trophy Saturday in the Tacoma All-City Speech Tournament. A four-way tie for first place in debate saw Bellarmine teams and one Aquinas squad share the honors. These four will compete March 30 to determine which top two groups will go to the state debate tourney in May. Bellarmine winners include (from left) Mark Bichsel, first in impromptu; Gary Simpson, third in extemporaneous; Ed Hanel, second in impromptu and extemp; Nick Markovich, first in interpretative reading and tie for first in oratory; Tim Webber, third in impromptu; Mike Beyer, first in oratory; and Bob Oweus, second in oratoy, The Belo larmine team is made up of sophomores and juniors. Aquinas' Cathy Warner won first in extemporaneous. Western ACCW Sets Election F I F E -- Election of a vice president and treasurer are slated for the meeting of West- ern Deanery Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women Wednesday, March 24, at 12:30 pm at St. Martin of Tours Par- ish. Mrs. Harold Barry of seattle, ACCW president, will announce plans for the 41st ACCW con- vention to be held April 24 and 25 at the Winthrop Motel, Ta- coma. Mrs. Edwards is honor- ary chairman and Mrs. Frank 3'. Pavolka, Tacoma, chairman. Luncheon. served by mem- bers of the parish Altar Society, will be followed by a short business meeting with Mrs. Colin W. Edwards of Bremer- ton, deanery president, presid- ing. Father Arnold Fox OSB, deanery moderator, will give the invocation and Father Max- imillian Murray, pastor, will give the welcome. Committee chairmen report- ing will i n c 1 u d e Mesdames Louis A. Aigner, Bremerton; Stanley Michalek, Puyallup; Paul Weaver, Bremerton; and Gordon Wingard, Tacoma. Miss Katherine Dorotich, Gig Harbor, Mrs. Mark Dolliver, Tacoma, and Mrs.. Ran Gosse- tin, Sumner, comprise the nom- inating committee. Cabrini School CCD Ceremony Announced TACOMA--The annual recep- tion and enrollment of new members in the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine will be held Sunday, March 21 at St. Frances Cabrini Church. Both old and new members will renew their act of Conse- cration which will be followed by Benediction. All members, active and as- sociate will join in a "potluck" dinner in the parish hall follow- ing the ceremony. Father William Treacy of St. Patrick's Church, Seattle will give an illustrated lecture en- Plan YLi Breakfast COMMUNION BREAKFAST is planned for .Sunday , March 21 /or six Young Ladies Institutes at 9:15 Mass at St. James Cathedral by left, Mrs. James M. Jackson, past grand president and toastmistress, and Mrs. Betty Martin, general chairman. The Communion Mass will be followed by breakfast at 11 a.m. in the Georgian Room of the Olym- pic Hotel. "Our Enduring Faith" is the theme of.the event. The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will preside. Father Armand NEgro SJ, will be the speaker. Lady of Lake CFM Sets Cana Conference The Christian Family Move- ment (CFM) of Our Lady of the Lake Parish will sponsor a Cana Conference for all mar- ried couples, Catholic and non- Catholic, Sunday March 21, in the school auditorium. Father Thomas Pitsch, pastor of St. Patrick's Parish, Taco- ma, will give the Conference. Holy Angels' 'Homemaker' Theresa McBride, a senior,.is the Holy Angels' High School "Homemaker of Tomorrow." Theresa becomes eligible to compete for state Homemaker with the winner being awarded a $1,500 Betty Crocker scholar- ship from General Mills CO. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McBride, 1551 NW 60th St. in St. Alphonsus Parish. Registration opens at 1 pm and the conference will conclude J i+ii 'Year's Best' J 8 ) It Is suggested that contalnars for perishables like milk and titled "In the Footsteps of at 5 pm with renewal of the fish be thoroughly cleaned before being Christ,"the HolybaSedLand. on bis visit to marriageion, vows and Benedic- i |S Coming All members are invited. Reservations, $1, may be I to Chareso a a a .... PRODUCT | el,+ ,- The scholarship entrance ex- LA 4-0878.  i aminatien for incoming fresh- .... I i men at Seattle Prep will be I SHOPPING held at gum Saturday, March I LENTEN FEAST planned by the Holy Name Society of St. Margaret's Parish for 20, at Prep. ' LIST 1 i next Friday, March Z6 from 5:30to 7:30 p.m. in the parish hall is approved by, from There willbea$1.50exami- left, Leon Maurice, Holy Name secretary, Nicholas Street and his father, Raymond nation fee. I Street, committee member. A "fish 'n chips" menu will be featured according to chairman _-_---....-..-;..-.-----'. t: (CLIP AND SAVE) (from MAJORETTE) I  ] Joseph Fahey who is also assisted by Pat Keough, John Sustar, Harry IGmst, John Harris I I I I I Ii i PRODUCT DARIGOLD Milk--l/2 Ft. Mllkl lit., Milkl Qt. MIIkVz Gal. Milk 1 Gal. Milk 2 Gal. Milk 10Va Qts. Buttermilk N-fat Trim Chocolate Drink Sun-Kiss Orange Juice Whipping CranmVa Pt. " I Pt. Table Cream---Va Ft. " " 1 Ft. Half & Half-- 1 Ft. " " Qt. Butter--1 # O ,flOge Cheese.--l/s Pt, " I Pt. .... I Qt. Sour Cream--oil sizes YaguM-all sizes Cheese (any sise) Evaporated Milk Ice Cream1 Ft. .... 1 Qt. .... Half Gal. " " Gal. HANSEN'S BAKING Sunbeam Battar-Whipped Bread Hansen's Hilbilly Bread Hansen's Sunspun Bread M.J.B. INSTANT COFFEE " " 10 oz iar M.&B. TEA , 16 bag pack 48 bag pack I00 bog pack V4# loose pack Va# loose pack ICY POINT PINK SALMON 16 oz. SUNNY JIM PRODUCTS Sunny Jim Peanut Butter 40 oz. Creamy or Crunchy 20 oz. Syrup Any flavored iam, lellles or pl'esQrves SAVE POINTS SAVE 2.S HOME-DELIVERY S SALES I 0 RECEIPTS 20 40 Front pend 80 Including 100 pour spout 2S from these 26 products 2S 2S Save 2s SO Plastic Hose 2s From 10Va qt. so 30 60 Entire carton lid tO lid 2S lid S0 lid 100 lid SO S0 Wrapper 2O Label 20 Round tap 2S Easy open tape. SO or end flap 100 all these predum 200 Wrapper or polyethylene bag 2B 2S 2S label 7B label . 22S label 37S box top 12S box top 37S box top 1000 box top 200 box top 400 label 200 cut unglued center 12S strip from label bottle cap SO cut unglued cantaf strip from label 60 WESTPORT PRIDE CRAB MEAT 6Va dz. tins cut out ends and U and I SUGAR S# granulated ! 0# granulated 2S# granulated 1 # powdered 1# brown " 1# fine granulated 1 # special fine dessert 2# cablets 2Va# poly. browner powdered COCA-COLA PRODUCTS Cacao Colo--oll sizes " Sprlta--.oll sizes Tob--oll sizes I MAJORBTTB I Macaroni I I Spaghetti I Fettuccine Cornered Spaghetti Hew Quick Cooking flatten can 3OO bag bottom S00 bag bottom 1000 bog bottom 2SOB box top 100 box top 100 box top " I00 box top 100 box top 200 bag 250 caps '10 caps 10 caps 1 O I, and Clarence Anderson. Tickets are adults, $1.50 and children, 75 cents. IGA STORES Faher Deady Mission Speaker FATHER JAMES DEADY A one week mission for men' will begin Sunday, March 21 at 7:30 pro at St. Bernadette Church, Ambaum Blvd. and SW 128th Street. Father James M. Deady, pas- tor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, will cendu<:t services. Father Dandy, archdiocesan moderator for the Christian Family Movement will open the mission, after all Masses at St. Bernadette's Sunday morning. His +mject will be "What Is A Catholie?" First evening mission subject will be "Where Do We Find Jesus Christ?" Other talks will be on the Mass, Sacraments and Christ- ian Marriage. The public is invited and al- though the mission is ,rimar- ily for men, women wiJl be wel- come. I Sister Declines Astronaut t Training 1 I any 7S size 75 I bags 85 IS cash register V4 point receipt per tent spent +l . NOTRE DAME, Ind. (NC)-- A Benedictine Sister has de- clined an invitation to apply for astronaut training. Sister M. Margaret Bealmar, OSB, who is studying for a doc- torate in physiology at the Uni- versity of Notre Dame, received the letter from NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center at Houston, Texas. The letter said, "Your name Was given us . . . as a poten- tially qualified person who might be interested in applying for this nationally significant program." Sister Margaret said her only regret about turning it down was: "I'm not exactly a small person, and going into orbit would be a wonderful way to become weightless without go- ing on a diet." The letter was apparently sent in error. Porland's Hisoric S. Mary's School Slaes Drive PORTLAND, Ore. -- P l a n s were announced today by Sis- ter Margaret of St, Dominic, Superior, St. Mary's Academy, for its first major fund raising campaign among alumnae, par- ents and friends of the 106-year- old institution. The immediate objective of $550,000 was set to finance the new wing recently completed, with over-all needs of $1,250,000 to include endow- ments for faculty fellowships, administrative costs and student aid. St. Mary's Academy was founded Oct. 21, 1859. and opened to six girls, including three Catholics, two Jews and one Episcopalian. Before the year was ended, over 100 stu- dents had enrolled. The official educational charter was applied for and granted by the State of Oregon Dec. 20, 1866. It is to commemorate the 100th anni- versary of that important date that the current campaign is directed. Temorary campaign headquar- ters are in the Morgan Build- ing,'732 SW Washington St., Portland. Sacred Heart Slates Dinner ENUMCLAW -- Sacred Heart Parish has set the date for its annual Ham Dinner for Sun- day, April 25 from 11:30 am to 6 pm in the parish hall. "We look forward to see- ing many of our friends from other areas who have enjoyed our dianers before," says Mrs. Basil McHugh, chairman. On Marylhurst Dean's List MARYLHURST, Ore. -- Three girls from the Archdiocese have been named to Marylhurst Col- lege's Dean's List. The scholarship achievers are Catherine Novak, sopho- more from Aberdeen; and Har. riet Jean Anderson, sophomore, and Joanne Hamblin, freshman, both of Tacoma. FARRELL'S BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA NEW AND USED APPLIANCES i GRIFFIN + GALBRAITH FUEL COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA 7-3151 HOME HEATING SPECIALISTS Mark Dolliver, Pres. New Ice Machine "24 x 24" In Size IS Ibs. water pressure. For boats, trailer houses, prl- vale dens end small cafes. 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