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&--THE PROGRESS , Friday, March 30, l%2 w: Tacoma Nurses Receive Caps RECENTLY-CAPPED student nurses of St. Joseph's Hospital of School of Nursing in Tacoma began Monday their clinical experience. Those capped (from left) include (first row) Joan Johnson, Joyce Frederick, Judith Chapin and Donna Martin; (second row) Melinda Matney, Barbara Ann Mullin, Mary Tevis and Marita Stahl; (third row) Ruth RJveness, Karen Wiggins, Mitzi Ailing and Judith Mannie; (fourth row)Patricia Cho- vanak, Marie Antush, Janice Holter and Angeline Jendryka; (fifth row) Sandra Pelton, Shirley Bruns, Judy "Stuart and Dolores Beyler; (sixth row) Judith Home, Jo Ann Court- nay, Karen Fredriksen and Mary McGuire; (seventh row) Roger Nelson and Maryelen ]ones. " Aquinas Debaters 'Show Off Hardware Daffodil Dinner Set In Puyallup PUYALLUP--The annual All Saints Parish Daffodil dinner will be served from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 8, in the parish school auditorium here. Yearly scheduled as part of the Daffodil Festival program, the dinner will include baked ham, home-made apple pie and "everything else that goes to make a delicious Sunday meal." "A general invitation is Bursa Check Presented extended to all to accept the A SEMINARIAN BURSE CHECK is presented to the Most R e v e r e n d Archbishop hospitality of the parish on Daffodil Sunday," said Ray. Thomas A. Connolly by Mrs. Lowell Young, district deputy of District 15 at the Die- William J. O'Brien, pastor. mond Jubilee Communion Breakfast, sponsored by Tahoma Institute of the Young Ladies The dinner will be cooked Institute, March 25 in Tacoma. The breakfast-also commemorated the Golden Jubilee and served by the parish's of the Tahoma Institute. Mrs. Ralph Peluso, (left) president of the Tahoma Institute Altar Society. Proceeds will and Mrs. R. N. Bancroft, co.chairman and toastmistress of the breakfast are also pictured, benefit the parish building project. Tacoma Acies Tacoma Women St. Martin's Mrs. George C. Herald is chairman, assisted by Miss Rites Held List Many Site Of Emalene Albright, Mrs. Don- ald Matz, Mrs. H. E. Ester- At St. Leo's Auction Items NCCS Congress brook, Mrs. Frank Rush, Mrs. Harvey Czichas, Mrs. Eugene TACOMA--The Most Rever- TACOMA -- The Catholic OLYMPIA -- The Confedera- Boyle and Mrs. P. W. Nicholas. end Archbishop Thomas A. Women's Club is sponsoring a tion of Northwest Catholic Col- Connolly presided at Acies combination auction-rummage lege Students will hold its Ecumenical ceremonies for the Legion of sale Friday and Saturday, April spring c o n g r e s s Thursday Mary members in the Tacoma 6-7, at the site of the former through Sunday, April 5-8, at Expert Will area March 25 in St. Leo Washington Sports Shop, 924 St. Martin's College here. Visit SMC Church. Pacific Ave. Presiding at the sessions will Several hundred legionnaries The rummage sale will be be Niel H. Berg of Olympia, OLYMPIA--The Church's New were present along with their held from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. SMC senior and NCCS presi- Outlook on the World will be spiritual directors. The Rev. Friday and wilt continue again dent. discussed by an expert soon to William Treacy of the Catho- visit St. Martin's College. lic Information Center spoke, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Marylhurst College, will pre- The Rev. Gregory Beam, In remarks addressed to the The Auction sale will cam- sent a discussion of the aims O.S.A., from the Center of Ecu- legiormaries, Archbishop Con- mence at 1:30 p.m., after the and methods of Communism. heroical Studies in Toronto, Can- nelly encouraged them to Daffodil Parade. : Holy Names College, will ada, will introduce problems "translate their devotion to The auction will be conducted lead a debate on the aims and and possible solutions in the OUr Lady into action for the by Forrest Kibbe, assisted by methods of the John Birch So- question of Christian U nit y /souls of others thereby sancti. Elmer Mackim ciety, when he comes to the college tying their own souls." Many itenis have already Carroll College, and College April 11. He also said: "I consider the been donated. Among them of Great Falls wilt present an The meeting will be a student Legion of Mary one of the are a washing machine, hutch examination of Pope John assembly at 10 a.m. most important organizations cupboard, mangle, child's pic- XXIII's latest encychcal, Mater Born in Berlin and a convert, working for the good of souls nic table, davenports, desk, Et Megistra. Father Baum is professor of in the Archdiocese." odd tables, rockers, lamps, St. Martin's College will dis- theology at St. Michael's Col- ironer, St. Francis Shrine, elec- cuss the merits of student pub- lege and St. Basil's Seminary eric deepfry, paintings, toys, lications, in Toronto. overstuffed furniture, dishes, Also on the agenda will be A consultant to the Secrete- antiques, etc. the election of new officers riat of Christian Unity of the Also featured will be a "Hat for the coming year. Sacred Vatican Council, Father and Jewelry Bar." Baum visited Rome again this Co-chairmen are Mrs. George March on business with the Kittredge and Mrs. Richard Olympia ["[as council McMenamin, assisted by Mrs. Author of two books, "That New _ _.gourh They May Be One" and "The Patrick Comfort. Mrs. John Jews and The Gospel," Father's Petch. l'Je,ree Croun essay on "Christian Unity" has wr raw been printed in pamphlet form St. Martin's Exam OLYMPIA--The Fourth De- by Episcopalians and is being Oa'es Announced gree Olympia Assembly, the distributed by them to their 11th Knights of Columbus or- membership. OLYMPIA -- St. M a r t i n' s ganization of its kind in the High School announces the an. Archdiocese, was instituted Fri- REPRESENTATIVES MEET nual scholarship and entrance day in c e r e m o n i e s at St. examinations for eighth grade Michael's School here. TOKYO (NC)- Representa- boys of the Archdiocese to be Joseph H. McGaughey is faith- fives of the Catholic, Russian Orthodox and Protestant held on campus Tuesday, April ful navigator of the new assem- Churches met here February 10. bly, composed ofq7 Fourth De- 12 to arrange an exchange of Any eighth grade boy who is gree knights. views and future liaison at a interested in trying for one of Robert Engel is faithful cap- cultural level. the two tuition scholarships Lain. He is also grand knight of (renewable for four years) or Olympia Council. Other officers any boy interested in entering are Bert Kopp, James Vernetti, the high school next September Dr. Thomas Taylor, J o s e p h should plan to take these tests. Silva and Morris Grunkemeier. Registration for m o r n i n g Installing officer was Donald tests will be at 9:30; tests will S. Young, Master of Western be from 10 to 12:30. The after- Washington, assisted by district noon session will go from 1 to marshall Walter S. Acheson, NEW 3:30, both of Seattle. Students who take the April Fourth Degree officials from 10 tests will receive first con- Seattle. T a c o m a, Bremerton sideration foe acceptance, and Aberdeen participated in There will be a special pro- the institutional c e r e m o n y, gram for parents or chaper- marking the first assembly TI"IESE AQUINAS HIGH School students in Tacoma debate winners; (standing) Donna Koenigs, Jant Dupes, ones who bring students to St. here. proudly display the results of a successful forensic year. In- Helen Hubka, Jeanne McMenamin, Janet Owens, Corrine Martin's for the examination. . dividual trophy 0 winners are shon (from left) above Antush, Sheila McMenamin and Christie White, who are (seated) Janice Griesmeyee and Margaret Handran, CYO top winners in such events as the Tacoma District Debate Pope To Receive  Oratory winners; (kneeling)Bonnie Koenigs, Arlana Dixon, League, the Gonzaga University tourney and the Univer. President Dainty VancouverSheila Smith and Kathy Werner, third-place junior divisiOnCDA Bremerton AboutSity of Puget SoundtourneY.southwest Youth. Hostel --HiSxxiiiFranciscoVATICAN CITY (Radio, NC)HolinesSwillorlichreceiveofp Ocosta pPresidente JohnRica Lovely Schedules Day YLI Attends * / 1 / I-or Molto ]March 18. Things '(' varisn ,IUDS VALLETTA, Malta, (NC)- Of Recollection Breakfast . Oraan;,a;,n. The Young Christian Workers I in BREMERTON For ll/:ll|t --- .......... are building a holiday r e s t [ 3 fine sos to s, rva you VANCOUVER--ThoRnnuaI BREMERTON -- Members of TACOMA-- ST. JOHNOF camponSt. Pauls Bay as the i FARRELL'S Her : day of recollection sponsored Camerman Young Ladies In- .......  --. . stitute held the Diamond Jubi- THE. WOODS Altar Society, initial part of a project which | Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Dy me bamouc augnters o, l _.^_t,.^,.,. ,_:,,._ meeting, 12 noon Thursday, " @ ...... . ee Commm,,, mv,u, u, u is to include a five-story youth | Across from the new hospital . america wul De held at St. YLI March 25 at the Hearth- " " has . ey pec to spend April 5, parish hall St Ann tel Th ex t Jogeph Church, 6500 Highland stone Restaurant'. and St. Theresa Circles, hastes- some $45 000 l Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 ) I On the road fo the old Hospital DHve, Sunday,. April 8. Some 75 women attended the sos. Mrs. Norman Johnson, | Farrell's Prescription PEarmacy c SETS LINGERIE HOSIERY Registration will open at I breakhst fol|owing Mass at Our chairmen. I E30 Sth St ......... E$ 7-3753 , 4552 UNIVERSITY WAY o.m with the conference bBgin. Lady Star of the Sea Church. at 1:30 and coneludinat The Ray. William Shilley, as- TACOMA-- THIRD ORDER.  SEATTLE S ME. 24}311 4 p.h. The Rev: Thomas Pitsch, sistant at the Bremerton par- OF ST. DOMINIC, meeting, 3 pastor of St, Joseph, will be the ish, spoke at the breakfast, p.m. Sunday, April i, Our ,: speaker. Mrs. Claude Colton was gen- Refreshments will be served, eral chairman and toastmistress Lady Queen of Heav, en Parish Miss Naomi Vilas is chairman was Mrs. Francis Lazarus. Hall. Making Plans for Next Summer? : of the day. SMC Seniors Win St. Mary's Academy Two Great Tours for , Midland Ladies Assisfanfships Guild Is Formed Northwesferners! To Sponsor 3-Day OLYMPm--Aold C. Fuchs TACOMA--An organizational Rummage Sale and Eugene A. Enneking, both meeting for the proposed St.  FATHER DOMIN'S DELUXE EUROPE- HOLY LAN seniors at St. Martin's College, Mary's Academy Guild will be "-"'r TOUR SPONSORED BY "THE CATHOLIC SENTI- TACOMA--The St. John of have been awarded teaching held at 8 p.m. Thursday, April NEL" NEWSPAPER. Paris Lourdes -Barcelona - elm Woods Altar Society is assistantships to Washington sponng a rummage sale graduate schools, 5, in the home of Mrs. Jacob CARS & TRUCKS Rome. Athens- Rhodes- Cairo-Jerusalem, Jor- Fuchs, from Nezporce, Ida- Sudek Jr., 4215 N. 37th St. here. dan - Bethlehem - Jerusalem, Israel - Nazareth - Monday, Tuesday and Wed- ha, has been awarded a $2,500 Membership in the group is TRUCK AND FLEET SALES Galilee . Haifa istanbui . Vienna - Lucerne - nay, April 2-4, in the parish teaching assistantship in busi- open to all graduates of St. , Swiss Alps. hall. hess administration at Wash- Mary's Academy, Winlock, and Let a +rained salesman help DEPARTING SEATTLE and PORTLAND JUNE 13+h Hours will be from g a.m. ingten State University. their relatives or friends living you solos+ +he truck for your until 4:30 p.m. Monday and Enneking, from Keuterville, in the greater Tacoma area. job. No+ jus+ a +ruck bur a 6 WEEKS $2,096 ALL-EXPENSE +rack +e;Iored +o handle your THE SIXTH ANNUAL MARYLHURST CULTURAL W e_ esday sad from 9 a.m. Idaho, has been awarded a Arrangements are b e i n g until 9 p.m. Tuesday. $2,403 teaching assistantship in handled by Sherri Grunert, particular n.ods. ADVENTURE ECONOMY TOUR OF EUROPE. With en are Mrs. Melvin mathematics at the University GR. 2-4930. Chaplain Priest EscorL Canada. Scotland - Eng- Morrill and Mrs William of Washington. DON'T BUY PRICE land - Holland - Denmark. Germany - Switzer- Grass. BUY PAYLOAD PROFITS New Seminary HAPPY EASTER land - Austria - Italy - Spain . France - Ireland. DEPARTING SEATTLE andPORTLAND JUNE 19th St. Leo,s Marietfes rr India FRONTIER "37 SURg w., to...e" 6 WEEKS $1,495 ALL-EXPENSE ECONOMY / Win Certificate m, DEwm, Inma CNC-- , "The Mariettes of St. Leo A new regional seminar;] for DRIVE-IN CALL PAT 0'BRIEN ,, ..d Me,, ............... - High School were recently Andhra State is being planned ROBERT POWELL TRAVEL SERVICE a*arded a cericate of excel- and ll be completed by the CLEANERS u. 7.3111 SK. 2-8849 BENSON HOTEL, PORTLAND S, OREGON ],co by the Washington Music ed of 1963, it was announced Please send me a copy of Father Domin's Europe-Holy Land Fxl.uf.a.tors Association at the at the Andhra Bishops' Con- One.Hour Martinizing Direct Factory Distributor Tour [] and/or The Merylhurs+ Tour [] festival held at North Kitsap terence here. Tke Me, ;, D.y a.z Walker Chevrolet Num. ................................................ High School 126 "C" St. S.E. Thw sang the "Serenade" Francesca de Vice, J e s u i t TE. 3-4610 TACOMA Address .............................................. from Romberg's "S t u d e n t astronomer who lived from 1805 AU gu RN lout of +own call collect) City ...................... Zonn .... State .............. Prince." to 1848, did:orated mix comets. SMC Lists Honor Roll OLYMPIA--Paul Flint led stu- dents at St. Martin's College with a near-perfect 3.92 honor roll score in the recent grading period here. Others on the honor roll are: Eugene Enneking, Dave Fuchs, Arnold Fuchs, Tom Davis, Rich Lonborg, Chris Jensen, Bob Es- terly, Dan Montgomery, Harry Nelson. George Serrechia, Gary Holman, Carl Goretta, Denys Klrsch, Panl Mitchell, Jsek Flury and Jim Sims. Arthur Amos, John AndulzR. George Arger, Bill Buchanan, RickBucholz, Norm Bykerk, Ted Callier, Rod Carruthers, Pat Clearman, Charles Crlscold, Mike Crank, Leonard Dubuque, Burrle Elmore, Mike Endicott,. Bernard Ewings, Gerald Foster, Bob Geig- nor, Jim Graham, Bill Griffin and Richard Holcomb. Rod Jedlieki, Austin Johanson, Dave Jordan, G a r y Marlette, John ]Iartinez. Daryll Matson, Allen Mix, Dick Nathan, Terry Orme, Joe Partlngton, Gabriel Patterson, ]Paul Porter and Tom Rison. Ben Robbllard, John Rone, Mike Ruettgers, Mike Scheurich, John Sellln, Tom Sprute, Dave Stewart, M 1 ke Sullivan, John Suvak, Russ Taylor, GaryTobln, Marty Wampler, Bob Watklns and eal Woody. --At Seattle Prep Fifteen seniors head the re- cent honor roll list at Seattle Prep. The complete list includes: FRESHEEN Allen Andrus, John Belmont. Forest Brooks, John Carney. Craig Corkery, Philip DeBels, Thomas DiJoseph, James Gll- lingham. Richard Guzzo, John Han- cock, Terry LaBrle, Lawrence LeBrun, Gregory LaFlam, Ger- ard LaSalle, Harold McClellan, John McCoy. Tim McIntosh, John Mitchell, John Moen, John Naughton, Ted O'Donnell, Stephen Osborn, David Read, Gregory Reeves. Gregory Schuler, Michael Sor- arisen, J a m e s St. Germain, Charles Swart, David Taylor, Robert Taylor Michael Wood. SOPH'OMORES Mark Boulanger, Stephen Caw- drey, Carl Christine, Michael Gladych, Kenneth Haydock, John Hereon, Thomas Kelley, Jerome Merkel, John Merrill. John Oakland, Thomas SaM- bar, Richard Saunders, Michael Soltero, Paul Taylor, Victor Walling, Michael Whalen, Rich- ard Wrlght.JUNiOll Lawrence Blain. Dennis De- ' Mille, Roger Fritz, Kevin Cough, Robert Harvey, Richard Hen- drickson, Kenneth Hupf, Earl Lane, Emmett Lane. Joseph McKelvey, Loren Me- Laughlin, Royal Martin, Ramu- has Mikelionls, Kevln Paterson, Ronald Paterson, Patrick Pres- sentin, James Roselllni. SENIORS Michael B a e c h l e r, John Delnes, Gerald Farley, Patrick Fleece, Jerry LaCava, Gary La- Plum, Davicl Mitchell, Michael McChesney. Eugene McGrath. M. W. O'- Connell, Patrick Ogle, James Robinson, M I c h a e 1 StuarL Thomas Trebon, Jack Urquhart. 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