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12--THE PROGRESS Frlda 7, M00,rch 0096s St. Mark's Announces gold trophies for their winning = entries in the recent science  il fair at St. Mark's grade school. Trophy winners were as  fol, lO+i +00unior+oi+ sion: First place, James Her- bars and Raymond Maddux (a Father Szeman joint entry); Second Place, Joe Information Please From time to time we feel it might be a good idea to set aside all the bits of information that comes our way concerning development in the mis- sion lands and pass it on to you for what it may be worth. For instance, did you know that the first Catholic periodical in the Xhosa language, "Intsimbi" ("the Bell"), was registered as a newspaper with the Department of the Interior at Pretoria, South Africa last November? It is an eight-page duplicated monthly, illustrated with drawings, containing news and articles about the Church, religious and social events, and particularly Catholic lay activities. Did you know that on January 31 the Catholics of Stockholm will observe the llth centenary of the death of St. Ansgar, Apostle of the North, who was the first to bring Christianity to Sweden? Did you know that more than 113 priests, brothers and sisters have been killed in the Congo since the coming of Independence? Did you know that the Irish Hospitaller Brothers of St. John ef God have bought land on which to build a 200-bed hospital on the outskirts of the city of Kwang Ju, Korea? Did you know that in spite of the serious unrest and recent floods in his diocese, Bishop Peter Pham-ngoc-Ch'i of Danang in Viet Nam is celebrating January 18 the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the first missionaries in this territory? Did you know that the "Don Bosco" Salesian Publishing House of Tokyo, has just published the first complete Catholic Bible in ordinary Japanese? Did you know that a special five-member subcommission of the Second Vatican Council's Mission Commission began Janu- Meadows and Third Place, Mary Robeson. Intermediate Division, f i r s t place went to Susan Connell; second place Richard Mulcahy and third place Mary Kay Mul- cahy. Primary Division winners were: First place, Mary Jane Olson; Second place, Mary Jean Farrell and Third Place, Steven Olson .... : .: Honorable Mentions in the Junior High Division were awarded to:-Linda Johnson, Ja- nine Johnson, Joseph Olson, Terri Keller,' Thomas Larsen, Bruce Reynolds and Barbara Rigney. Intermediate Division stu- dents receiving honorable men- tion included: Mary de Vans, Lauri Grubb, Carl Heisdorf, Maureen Treseler, Joseph Klinge, Steve Lijek, Patrick: Maddux and Lisa de Leuw. Primary Division receiving honorable mention were: Julie Farrell, Tina Keller, Cynthia Sowder, Frances Mulcahy, Pa- tricia Murray and Ronald Kel- ler. St. Mark's School is staffed by Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. i Sotety for The Propagation of the Faith Re . Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue. Seattle 4---MA. 2.8880 ary 12 to draft a new schema on the Church's Missionary activity. From time to time it is important for us in this way to get a bird's eye view of the things happening all over the world in the missions. It is all the more important to a Catholic, as a universal member of the Mystical Body of Christ, to think more and more in terms of the world as the parish of Christ. CONGRATULATIONS to the following schools in the Arch- diocese which have taken such an active part in the Holy Child- hood pregram by ransoming pagan babies. Schools on the "An- nals Honor Roll" are: All Saints, Puyallup, eight; St. John of the Woods CCD, Tacoma, one; Sacred Heart CCD, Enumclaw, three. Worth the Sacrifice BEAUTIFUL cachet covers, all with Vatican stamps com- memorating the Eucharistic Congress at Bombay, India, the pilgrimage to the Holy Land, opening of the Vatican II and Vatican Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, the conclave and ensuing papal coronation are all avail- able for $5. Other events from the Vatican can also be had by sending your sacrifice to Father Stephen Szeman, So- ciety for the Propagation O f the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. + ..... Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Roy. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director o/ the Society /or the Propagation o[ the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. Representing impartially DE HOOGH'S : Every Transportation and Tour Company PHOTOGRAPHY : : NO CHARGE for our service: STRASSER TRAVEL BUFFET LUNCH FnOM I! A.M. FROM S:30 P.M. COCKTAILS Elegant Dining on picturesque Lake Union AT 3-3030 1320 6th Ava. across from Washlnqton Athhmtic Club MA 3-0950 Angel Weaver Lulso. 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Hoquiam Our Lady of Good Help Par- ish-Will usher in Spring with a "Potluck Dinner" Sunday, March 21, from 3 to 5 pm in the parish hall; St. Theresa Guild will serve a variety of dishes with a springtime motif. All are in- vited. Kent St. Anthony,s Parish,zCensus will b I conducted Suhd/iy, March 2L and Sunday, March 28, by 120 volunteer parishioners directed by Father Patrick Ly- ons, pastor, and Father Theo- dore Sondergeld, assistant. The census on the next two Sunday afternoons has as its goal a complete record of bap- tized Catholics in the trea: Co- operatiGn 0f residents will be appreciated./ :  Kirkland Holy Family Parish -- Will serve a Smorgasbord Dinner Sunday, March 28, from 1 to 7 pm in the parish hall. Olympia Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica 936 of St: Michael's Parish-- our LadY:0f Lourdes and St. Rose de Lima' Courts will h01d combined initiation March 21 in Centralia. Port Angeles Queen of Angels Altar So- ciety -- Meeting will be held Tuesday, March 23, at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Sister Paula's 4th grade will give a-St. Pat- rick's Day program of singing and:dancing.   . St. Gerard's Guild --Has scheduled a bake sale for Fri- day March 26; Seattle Benedictine Oblates -- Will meet Sunday, March 21, the feast0f St. Benedict, at 3 pm at :Assumption  Church, Special devotions in honor of the saint will be held. Marian Club--Meeting Wed- nesday, March 24 at 11:45 am at St. Peter Claver Center will have a St, Patrick's Day theme. Coffee will be served and members may bring lunch. Program will include music by the "Marias," singers from Seattle be initiation of new members and installation of officers. Mrs. Betty Martin, Institute Deputy, will be the Installing Officer. Dominican Mothers Club--An- nual luncheon Monday, March 29 at 12:30 pm in the Carnation Company Hall at NE 45th St. I IIIII Marie L'Abbe Circle of the Association for Catholic Child- hood--Is sponsoring a day of recollection Saturday, March 27, from 10 am to 4 pm at St. Pat- rick's Church. Father William Treacy will conduct the services and a hot lunch and afternoon tea will I served. A donation of $2.50 is asked and reservations must be made by Monday, March 22. Contact Mrs. Tim Flood, EA 2-3407. St. Alphonsus Parish Altar Society. Will meet Tuesday, March 23, at 12:30 p.m., in the Church meeting room. Mrs. J. K. Riordan, presi- dent, will give highlights of the life of St. Anthony. Coffee will be served by the hostesses including Mesdames, N. W. Federspiel, W. J. Le- May, Charles Tobin and Anna Melander. St. Benedict's School Moth- ers' Club -- Will honor the Sis- ters of St. Dominic of St. Bene- dict's School with a Silver Tea SUnday, March 21 from 2 to 4 pm in the auditorium. Mrs. Arthur Julian, Mother's Club presidert, will be hostess. Sister M. Margaret OP is superior of the convent and ' Sister M. Nathan OP is school principal. The Dominican Sis- ters have administered St. Ben- edict's School for over fifty years, Mrs. Bernard Trebon and Mrs. Ralph Brink, chairmen, invite all friends of the Sisters. St. Bernadette's Parish Par- ents' Club -- Will serve break- fast Sunday, March 21, after all the Masses in the school Seattle guests and will take part in an informal discussion on "Prob- lems of Minorities." Chapter meeting will follow in the Cathedral Hall at 2:30 pm with officers' reports, pro- gram, singing and refreshments. Postulants and Novices will meet in the school for instruc- tion at 1:15 as usual. St. Margaret's Mothers Club Invites parents, friends, and rel- atives to join them in honor- ing the Sisters of St. Joseph's of Newark at a Silver Tea Sun- day, March 21, at the Sister's Convent, 3018 14th Ave. West from 2 to 4 p.m. The tea will benefit the sisters of St. Mar- garets School in their summer education fund. Mrs. J. B. Mc- Kelvey and Mrs. Ralph Mc- Laughlin are co-chairmen. Seattle Undergraduate Art league. Will meet on Monday, March 22, at 1 p.m. at Seattle University in the Student Union Building. Mrs. Richard W. Lenington, docent from the Seattle Art Museum, will lecture on reli- gious art and will show slides. Tacom a St. Ann's Guild of St. Joseph's Parish--Will meet Wednesday, March 24, at 12, noon in the parish hall. Mrs. Mary Keller is chairman. Mrs. Mary Leonard will conduct the business .meeting. Philomathea Mothers' Club of Bellarmine High School -- Will hold a Day of Recollection, Sun- day, March 21, to be opened with Mass at !2 noon offered by Father Joseph L. Showalter SJ. Written questions on spiritual guidance will be answered dur- ing the afternoon St. John of the Woods Par- ish- "Western Style Smorgas- bord" Sunday, March 21, from 2 to 5 pm in the parish hall. Donation is $1.25, adults, 50 cents, children 6 to 12, and pre- Schoolers free: The public is invited. St. LeG's Grade School Moth- ers' Club--Will assemble at St. LaD's church for the 9:15 Mass Sunday, March 21, and receive Holy Communion in a body, pray for each other and the suc- cess of the coming year. Chancellors Slate Lenten Communion Mass The Chancellor Club's annual Lenten Communion Mass for' members will be said at the 8:'45 am Mass Sunday, Mar. ,.SHS:,::OOS c.olcE "'0 ) BROILED STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN Dinner Dancing Fri. & Sat. 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WITH THE FAlVIIL the DUNBAR RESTAURANT SORRENTO HOTEL, Madison at Terry Cocktails and Fine Wines GASPERETTI'S ROMA CAFE "'An Old Favorite in i , Immaculate Conception School hall, SW 128th Street and Am. 28, in the Church of the Im- a New Location" maculate. . lnnlnUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Open" 11 a m Tues thru Fri, !milllllllllllllllill i and Father Edmund Long will balm Boulevard, according to Breakfast will follow at the 1- ,, i ..... . " :: : . shoW;slides of Ireland. Mr.. and Mrs. Ed Hoffman, " IF ynu . n . I Sat, 4 p m Closed Sun & Meg  q!lgll]ll I-ar In:- + IllrDlyy Seattle-Tacoma Chapter of the chairman. Roosevelt Motor Hotel, 7th upon , -- ,, isreaKtast , ....  I uumrLrm[ : r=VlKIIF=// Maryrove Alumnae Associa- "Everyone is welcome to our Ave and Pine. Guest speaker i I L .. CAN T STOP  I tJA , e8"), is Dr. Robert Larson, head of u a.unn. .,, ..... find I m,. o-,7,: i 1,v ....... MAY WE SERVE V0U7 tion -- Will meet Wednesday, delicious breakfast" s t a t e s Seattle University's, seeelegy  to :  I L --- i ......... | REMODELING SERVICE : ,, ,," March 25 at the home of Mrs. Bill Moroco, chief cook who is ep t. e will speak on [] , ........... tunthes I I c "a De o's" d artmen H a''U qtll bouTn a Peace of Mind Benjamin Cosgrove, Normandy assisted by August Matteo, the single person s place and P _ I " ,  .m AS YOU 0 BY 11 B o k No nrm p t I l .... Interior, Exterior It . Park. Mrs. Keth Shaw wdl be Henry Frangello, Jim Coway, duties in society today , m = Insured Service for ell of your co-hostess - References " i dry cl,sning end shirt Anyone in this area who at- Bob Starto, Frank Parente, Reservation s for memaers" __ Always a Friendly Welcome at '--z ...... ,,to--- hundryeeed,, tended Marygrove and wishes to Joe Boll and Harold Lewis. and guests may be made with :" urfuUVll /llMf '+u rt.ooooollooooo m .......... ," " t .......... The Junior Legion of Mary, Barbara Zipp EA3-1678, or IVlYlIVII II kVIlVl I _ IIII llAml i' : ' - ...... i I t,,,r^ ,unettnene e atteno may call lvlrs; rqorman will serve with Mrs. William ' Dick Scalzo, EA 4-7654. Security Mark. -- 3rd and Virginia _1 II I II U U I) ILP .... PA z-qqb; I VAL/Ufi LLW'AIII;fi3 Cimoch, president Bently in charge. a HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO " J SHIRT SERVICE + Seattle Chairmen include Mesdames TOMMY and PAULINE KIRK--Proprietors i l J l I l In l I mmmmm a ' i AL9"6116 Grind & Wall Blue Army of Our Lady of L.J. Prato, JoeWetzel, Don Is- Pn___ m__'-_L ,_a. Members of St Alnhonsus Perish 'nltl nnlnw glmu rurlsn Oel" " " onnnr'Y'nnnnnnne'v' IIInnlllllllllllllllll I Fatima'Will attend anEvening sacson and George Brittenham. ,, _ . Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll+ ............ v,.., . h: ..... . of Recollection on the Feast of Tickets are adults, $1, chil- :)morgasooro,  nu m nm ELMA -- St. Joseph s Parish  II I Ill -I REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW I the Annunciation, Thursday, dren, 75 cents and the family, Altar Society has announced . .,,"it _ II I Ill ! ,: "" ........... -- -- -.-:--_-- I March 25, at 6:30 pm in the $3.50. JJ l.ll I Chieftan Lounge of Seattle Uni- St. George Fraternity, Third its annual Smorgasbord open to #1 I fAI hbtPfI, A, II 1 I/ :L   'j' F "/ J .ffi I versity. Order of St. Francis--Will meet the public will be Sunday, May J ql I Ill |:::' ='  ,.,/] //IY  | Services wile be conducted by in St. James Cathedral Sunday, 2 from 1 to 4 pm in the parish  I I I I1 til m',,,hHJ  I Father Francis J. Lindekugel March 21 at 1:45 pm. Confer- haloliher parish projects include: -- OOEIq HARBOR II ]El |; ...,pr t[ / i SJ, of Seattle University. ence will be preceded by the | jptw"- " Prospective members may recitation of the Franciscan Of- monthly coffee hour aRer all  i J II I1 i| "- ...............  make acts of consecration at the rice in choir. Father Antoine the Masses sponsored by St. |  Jl FORMAL WEAR RENTALS close +l  Registration is $1. Wishon OFM, spiritual director, Bernadette s Guild; favors for  ' ': : ! will give the Conference talk a local nursing home by St. ili iii 1 9th & Olive MU 2-5898 Carmelita Institute, 22--Will and officiate at benediction. Elizabeth s Guild; and sale of !:: iii ii!l | 4716 University Way N.E.--LA 4-4100 meet Wednesday, March 24, 7:30 Father John Lynch will be religious articles in the vest- ! I ! 1 Im '1" ...... 1 "Jll9 Tn,.mn Ave So BR 2-B21S pm at Our Lady of Guadalupe speaker. Representatives of sev- bule of the church by St. Ann's |  I : ' I I I[' " ............  :w-':- II "   " "-- in the school library. There will eral minority groups will be Guild. l i | I llli