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Students Prepare Displays TWO STUDENTS at St. Mary Academy, Winlock, pre- pare their scientific displays for St. Mary's Open House Sunday, April 1, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Michele Gibbons (left) explains the results of her radioactive counts to Gayle Mickelson. Included in open house will be a tour of the new home economics department and art department with special entertainment featured throughout the day. Father Gill Will Direct SU Tour Of Europe Seattle University's sixth annual European tour, for college students and recent graduates, will be di- rected by Rev. William J. Gill, SJ., assistant dean of students. The 55-day excursion w i I 1 leave Seattle June 15 and will cover n i n e countries. High- lights wilF include visits to Lis- bon, Toledo, Lourdes, Carcas- sone, Avignon, Rome, Pompeii, Capri, Florence, Venice, Lu- cerne, Vienna, Paris and Lhe Rhine Valley. Father Gill first came to Se- attle University in 1951, serv- ing as spiritual father to the students and later as f a t h e r minister to the Jesuit commun- ity. He then was appointed chaplain at Sacred Heart hos- pital, Spokane, and S a c r e d Heart hospital, Havre, Mont. He returned to the university in 1958. A native of Butte, Father Gill is a graduate of Gonzaga University and Alma (Calif.) College. He has also served as an assistant pastor at St. Joseph Church, Seattle, and pastor at St. Stanislaus Church, Lewiston. Idaho. College credit for the tour N0st Comfortable SHOES FOR BUSY SISTERS America's Most Attractive Comfort .Shoe Tryle Walk Shoe Salon 1S18 Fifth Avenue (Fifth Ave. Between Pike & Pine) I THE NEW FATHER GILL Will Lead Tour is available to qualified per- sons subject to university reg- ulations. Information regarding credit may be obtained from the Evening Classes Office at Seatde University. Registration for credit must be completed two weeks prior to the tour de- parture. Optional entertainment fea- tures and an optional excur- sion to England, and Ireland will be available. A public aud- ience with Pope John XXIII in Rome is also planned. I I I I SPECIAL l'One.ouR ] Monday & Tuesday I00ITIRRTInI00ng'/ APRIL 2 & 3 ONLY! ALL LADLES' DAYTIME DRESSES & FULL LENGTH COATS 75* i i EACH SINGLE OTHER GARMENT 50' NOW "MARTINIZING" THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING CORNER BROADWAY & CHERRY Across from Marlre Hall WHETHER YOU'RE MOVING ACROSS THE STREET OR ACROSS THE NATION You Can Do it Better With Annual Mission Will Begin At Holy Family The annual mission of Holy Family Parish will begin Sunday, April 1, and continue eight days, clos- ing Sunday, April 8. Carmelite p r ies t s, Rev. !:!;::::: ',:: Adrian Lysagbt, 0.D.C., and Rev. Nessan 0'Rourke, O.D.C., will conduct the spiritual ex- ercises. Father Lysaght will preach at all Sunday Masses April 1. Weekday mission Masses will be at 6, 7, 8:10 and 11:15 am. and evening services will be at 7:45 p.m. Babysitting service will be provided. The Young Ladies Sodality and the ladies of the parish will take care of the children. Parents are asked to bring t h e i r children to the school at 7:30 p.m. The mission for public school children wiJl be held at 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday, April 2, 3, and 4. Everyone, Catholic and non- Catholic, is welcome to attend. 94 Attend Pre-Cana Conference Ninety-four persons were pres- ent at the third lecture of the pre-Cana series now being given at the Catholic Information Cen- ter every Sunday evening at g during Lent. The Rev. William Treacy and Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Gruber w e r e the discussion leaders. This Sunday, April 1, the topic will be "The Doctor and the Family" and the speakers will be Dr. 5. B. Ellering and Dr. John Coldicott. 'Nine Girls' Comedy Set At Holy Names "Nine Girls," a comedy-mys- tery, will be presented by the Masqueraders at Holy Names Academy Friday and Saturday, April 6, 7, at 8:15 p.m. in the school auditorium. Taking the leads in this mUr- der play are Bonnie French, Jeanette Johnson and Penny Lewis. The complete east in- cludes Christine Cadden, Sherry Duchesneau, Margaret Mina- han, Joyce McKinley, Cynthia Murphy, Mary Lee Saul and Christine Smith. The drama is directed by Mrs. Vanick Galstaun, lay in- structor at the Academy. Tick- eta are $1 Mount Virgin Sodality Sets Breakfast A Mother and Daughter Breakfast is planned by St. Anne Sodality of Mount Virgin Church Sunday, April 8, after the 8:15 a.m, Mass. Donation is 75 cents and chil- dren under fve are admitted free. Admittance will be by res- ervation only, For reservations call Mrs. Bettina Scarpello, EA FATHER LYSAGHT Mission Speaker Abou Your Orcjanizaions, Parish Clubs X A V I E R CLUB luncheon meeting Tuesday. April 3, 1 p.m.. St. Joseph Parish Hall. Mrs. John Gill, chairman. AQUINATA S T U D Y CLUB meeting Monday, A p r i 1 2, 1 p.m., home of Mrs. E. M. Read, 1511 18th Ave. E. Mrs. J. L. McGreal will,give the book re- view; Mrs. Mary E. Emerson, the lesson and Mrs. W. J. Smith, current events. LITURGICAL STUDY CLUBS PRESIDENTS' ROUND TABLE meeting Wednesday, April 4, 10 a.m., libary of the St. Peter Claver Center. The Rev. Maurus Keller, O.S.B., of St. Martin Abbey, Olympia, will review Holy Week ceremonies. Ques- tion and answer period will follow. EDMONDS, HOLY ROSARY PARISH Guild meetings Tues- day, April 3. Queen of Martyrs meeting 10:30 a.m., home of Mrs. Donald Winter, g828 240th PI. S.W. Queen of All Saints meeting 9 p.m., home of Mrs. John VanParys, 561 Hemlock Way. Queen of Prophets meet- ing 9 p.m., home of Mrs. Louise Hebert, 350 23rd Ave. S. Co- hostess will be Mrs. Helen Jaminson. ST. MARK PARISH Altar So- ciety Guild meetings: Queen of Angels, Monday; April 2, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Ernest Hick0x, 14745 25th N.E. Queen of Snows, Monday, April 2, 8:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Russell Horn, 20130 6th N.E. Queen of All Saints, Tuesday, April 3, 8:30 p.m., home of Mrs. M. J. Best- vina, 15823 32rid N.E. Queen of Martyrs, Tuesday, April 3, 8 p.m., borne of Mrs. Kenneth A. McMullen, 15621 5th N.E. Queen of Universe, Tuesday, April 3, Ukrainian Catholics Plan Mission A mission is planned by the Ukrainian Catholic Parish of St. Mary of Zarwanycia for April 11 through 15 at St. James Cathedral. Services will be at 7:30 p.m. .... each day and Mass will be celebrated April 15, Palm Sun- day, at 10 a.m. The Rev. Stephan Roman Chehovsky will be the cele- brant. The public is invited to attend St. Paul Parish To Have Mission The Rev. Patrick Kane, O.P., preacher-general of the West- ern Province of the Dominican Order, will preach at the mis- sion planned at St. Paul Parish for April 8 through 22. According to Rev. 3osepb Vogel, pastor, the first week will be for women of the parish and the second week for men. Monday, April 9 and 16 will be devoted to teenagers with high school students of public and parochial schools alike in- vited to attend. Mission service will be at 7:30 p.m. Masses during the missions will be at 6, 6:45 and 11 a.m. with a short talk in between the first two Masses and a talk following the 11 a.m. Mass. Mission Set At St. Anthony Parish, Renton RENTON--A mission will be held in St. Anthony Church, be- ginning Sunday, April 1. The mission will be con- ducted by Rev. Francis E. Toner, S.J., and Rev. Philip Lucid, S.J., of the Oregon Jesuit Mission Band. The mission will begin Sun- FATHER day evening at LUCID 7:30 p.m. Mis- sion weekday Masses will be 5:45, 8:15 and 11:15 a.m. Eve- ning services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Mis- sion services for public school children will be held at* 4 p,m. Monday, Tuesday and FATHER Wednesday. TONER Solemn clos- ing of the mission will be at 3 p.m. April 8. St. George P.TA Slates Two Events St. George Parish P-TA is Frida 7, March 30, 1962 THE PROGRESS--7 I I I IF I'1 i Panel Members Gather NATIONAL BOOK WEEK, April 8-14, provides the occasion for the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, the Catholic Library Association and the Holy Names So- de W to join in presenting a panel entitled "Business and Professional Morals." It will be Sunday, April 8, at 2 p.m. in the Assumption Parish library. Panelists pictured above are (left to right)John Spellman, attorney and chairman of the King County Library Board; Dr. B. Robert Aigner, neurologist; W. B. (Barney) Toner, commissioner of the Federal Mediation Service; and Rev. Meinrad Gaul, O.S.B., head of St. Martin College history department. --(Photo by W. C. Heib, Ir.) A MAP, designating various districts in Immaculate Parish, was pointed out by Rev. Jay Shanahan to laymen who will participate in the parish's Open House program Sunday, April 1. With Father Shanahan are Roy. Edmond Long (extreme left), pastor; and (from left) Anthony Bacalzo, Henry Bell and Morrie Myers. The open house from 2 to 5 p,m. will include guided tours through the church and parish school, Immaculate Slates Open House All interested non- Catholics and Catholics have been invited to attend an open house Sunday: April 1, in the Church of the Immaculate. Laymen will con- duct from 2 to 5 p.m. guided tours of the church and parish school. In extendilg a cordial invi- tation to uon-Catholics and Catholics, Rev. Edmond Long, pastor, said: "We offer you the oppor- tanlty to gain first-hand in- formation on some of the chief points of Catholic doc- trine, and, therefore, invite ou to participate in an open ouse here at the Immac- ulate next Sunday. "You will be able to learn about Catholic p r a e t i c e s olios without attending a re- ligious service. You will see the altar, vestments worn by the priest at Mass, the con. fessionals and other Catholic furnishings." Guests will be greeted at the school building on 18th Ave. between E, Marion and E. Co- lumbia Sts. There will be an inspection and explanation of Catholic education, the baptistry, sta- tues, windows, confessionals, stations of the cross, the altar, vestments, sacred vessels and church music. The tour will begin in the school building, proceed through the church and con- clude in the parish auditorium. Guests will be served re- freshments and introduced to members of the parish. 3-7760 or Mrs Jessie Yazzollno, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Fitz- sponsoring a pancake and ham along with other non-Cash- The Rev. Jay Shaaahan, EA 62461. patrick, 3514 N.E. 196th. Queen breakfast Sunday, April I, after of Heaven, Wednesday, April 4, all morning M a s s e s in the Medical Missionary na.m.,homeofMrsElmer G d T k N ti ! Neal, 17045 Hamlin Road. Quee. St. ar eners a e o ce BEIRA, Mozambique (NC)-- 8:30 p.m., home of Mrs. John cents for children under 12 and nl Sal Dr. Lucino San Sebastian Art. H. Schloredt, 905 N.E. 180th. n0 charge for children under an e s e u e queen of Wir, dom Thursday, five. aga, 35-year-old pediatrician from San Sebastian, Spain, has arrived here to serve as a medical missionary. He is the first physician to volunteer for .the Mozambique missions. WHY NOT TAKE YOUR PHOTO FINISHING TO HAROLD AT LAWTON PHOTO CENTER assistant pastor, is in charge of the open house, assisted by Henry Bell, Anthony Ba- ealzo, Mrs. Evelyn Hall, Mrs. John Fox and Miss Adela Adriatico. Ample parking space is available to visitors on the school playground. Established in 1891, Immac- ulate Parish serves approxi- mately 1,300 Catholics on Cher- ry Hill and south Capitol Hill. The parish plant was complet. ed in 1904 .......... Priests Jr. resident at Im- maculate are Roy. Joseph P. Erny of Blanches High School and Roy. Marie Barreto of the Diocese of Indore in India. Sis- ters of the Holy Names con- duct Immaculate High School EVERYBODY ELSE DOES 3103 W. JAMESON ST. AT. 3-2233 April 5, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Rodney Albin, 18525 10th N.E ST. RITA STUDY CLUB meeting Wednesday, April 4, noon, h o m e of Mrs. George Broell, 3111 Walnut Ave. Assist- ing will be Mrs. R. R. Head. man. ORDER OF MARTHA, House- hold nf Mother Cabrini, meet- ing. 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 4, home of Mrs. Val DeVerker, 208 Blaine St ', \\; ST. THERESA STUDY CLUB The P-TA is also sponsoring a paper drive which will end April 8. Anyone willing to do- nate oldthelapers should bring them to garage at 5303 Cor- son Ave. or call Mrs. H. R. Claeys, PA 3-8776, for instruc. tions. St. Edward's Mother Honored At Luncheon meeting Monday, April 2, he/he Mrs. Emmet Montgomery of of Mrs. Veronica Carroll. Book St. Edward Parish was hen- review by Mrs. Eleanor Har- "ored by members of her parish roll; lesson by Mrs. Ellen Ash- March 22 for the work She has more; current e v e n t s, Mrs Jane Desmond. ii FOR RENT Clarka Ruq Clashing Machlne Makes rugs llke new! $6.S0 per day Also available electric wallpaper steamer MAGNOLIA HARDWARE 3211 W. MaGraw AT. 2'1916 Something New--And At NO Extra Cost!! Store your winter clothes completely DRYCLEANED L IN C 0 LN MOTHPROOFED MOVING AND STORAGE COMPANY all in the same process af only $2 per 8-lb. load DAY-NITE LAUNDERCENTER 2115 Queen Anno AT 2.9842 done in the parish. The award was made at the Mothers Club luncheon held at the Fort LawSon Officers Club. A convert to Catholicism, Mrs. Montgomery is active as a Girl Scout leader and also transports children to CCD classes. It must be spring because the ladies have plants for sale. Four sales have been scheduled so far and it looks as though the first full weekend of April will give Seattle gardeners ample opportunity to replenishi theic supply of summer plants. .-At Blessed Sacrament A plant sale is planned by the Mothers Club of Blessed Sacrament Parish for Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7 from I0 a.m. to 5 pm. in the church parking lot. A variety of house plants, bedding plants, bulbs and shrubs will be on sale as well as prize-winning chrysanthe- mums. Free coffee will be served. Mrs. Robert Dorgan and Mrs. B: J. Freeman,are in charge. --At Christ The King The Queen of Angels Guild of the Ladies Sodality of Christ the King Parish will hold their plant sale Saturday, April 7, from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. at the school playground. A complete variety of plants and shrubs will be available. --At St. BernadeHe A rummage and plant sale is planned by the ladies' guilds of St. Bernadette's for their sale Saturday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 0 p.m. The sale at the school auditorium will fea- ture indoor mad outdoor plants as we]! as small appliances, lamps and tools. Coffee will be served and chairmen are Mrs. David Car, and Mrs. Alfred Bright. 1217 PIKE ST. 801 HOLGATE EA. 2-1234 MA. 4-0600 Agars for United Van Lines ,m i ii n i .i I i i|1 "The Gm', Suit Is Rental Free." OCKLINDSS Formal Wear Rentals IN sEArTL| 9th and QIIve MU. 2drdlgS 4711; Uelveralty Way LA. 4-4100 IN TACOMA= 1216 Sea4h Tacoma Way BR, ]blh11S i ii DANCE MUSIC STEREO TAPES--ALL EOUIPMENT SUPPLIED AND OPERATED Music Provided for All Group Functions DANCES -- DINNERS -- WEDDING RECEPTIONS Also Candid Recording of Your Wedding in Stereo PORTAILI SOUND SERVICE Jon*es Bldg. MA. 4499,8 ,er AT. 2-2306 WHY NOT TAKE YOUR PHOTO FINISHING TO HAROLD EVERYBODY ELSE DOES 3103 W. Jameson AT. 3-3103 I II I II I I , --At Orthopedic Hospital University Village will be the scene of the garden sale of Children's Orthopedic Hospital Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7. Hours in the north park- ing lot of the Village are from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. When You Want -- THE REST Remember -- RALPH'S SELECT FOODS We era noted for the excellence Of our seleet groceries end fine and Grade School. SL Patrick's Ses Millinery : Show Sunday : Two millinery fashion sho,,s will be presented by the St. Patrick Parish Altar Society Sunday, April 1. The first show will follow the 9:30 a.m. Mass and the second will be after the 11 a.m. Mass. There will be no admission or donation and the hats are uot for sale. Miss Agnes Fanger, a member of the parish, designed the hats. O'Dea Mothers Are Holding Rummage Sale O'Dea Mothers Club is spon- soring a rummage sale today and tomorrow, March 30 and 31 at St. Peter Claver g from I} a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Births Proddnce Hoapttal rport= the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: John Sienda Jr., boy. March 19; Wilfred Flnnegan, grl, March :L: Harold Wolte, hey.March 20. Daniel Creveling, girl, March 20. Eugene Potter Jr., girl, March 20. Die DeVitls, girl, March 21. James Rothaus, boy, March 21.. Robert Mob,bathe1 , bOy, March: 21. Louis Zuanich. girl. March 21. John O'Brlen, grL March 22. Richard Avey,bo', March 22. Jack Riner, girl, lIarch 23. :: - - Michael Adams, girl. March 23  Gerald OTarrell, boy, March : Frank Trevino, girl/March 24. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Whlte, girl, March 24. William Mitchell Jr., girl, March 25. William T0bln, bee, March i : .John Jolley, girl, March 28. L/corse Brown, boy, March 26. TACOMA----St. Josenh'e Ho|- pltal reporte the ollowing birtha to Mr. and Mrs.: Ray Syrovatha, boy, March 12. George LaChapelle, boy March 13. Andrew Clark, girl, Mrch 14. Edward Miller,boy, March 14. Lawrence Slate,, toy, March 24 Charles Terry, boy, March 14. : Albert Davis: girt: March 16, L John Peterson, girl, March 16. fruits and vegetables -- Patrick Byrne, girl. March 17. Alfred Brlsbois, boy March IT. Leslie Jotlbois, boy arch 18. Cemplete Line Robert Nelson bd'; March 19 : ICE-COLD BEVERAGES Dohald Bradley, b'o,' March 19.: Fred Sutton, bv, March 21. 29th So. & McClellan Dav,d Aers, h,,, March .. - Gerald LaFreniere. boy, March 23. Near gmkol Park PA 6.1710 John Brongil, bov, March 24 : Harry Kayser, gfrl, March 25. .... ":" =..".' ,".' ...... i ..... ' .... :: ........ Joseph Gl'eva, (twins) boy and . "- girl, Match 25. " x