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77-:THE PROGRESS , 00r;a00y, 'April 6, I%2 Father Treacy Holy Lakewood CDA f Will Speak .. " ... To Sponsor . .ili:,i=.!iii:!i%= rt ......... Kosary ::)eta Fashion Show ....................... In Edmonds EDMONDS--The ' Rev. Wil- Ae T A C O M A -- A springtime motif will be carried out in liam Treacy of the marriage MISSIOn ........., tribunal of the Seattle Archdio- relude to Spring, the msn- cese and a member of the' TArnMA A ,,.;o; ..... ;n r,. ion show to be presented by p a n el of the . ;...,--,.,,,.o,. ,,,,  Court Our Lady of the Lakes, television pro- nero Irom aunaay mrougn aun- Catholic Daughters of America, :1 g r a m "Chat- day, April 8-15, in Holy Rosary at 9:30 p,m, Friday, April 13, | I e n g e" will Church here. in the Lakewood Knights of 1[ speak et Holy The Rev Them Me---o- Columbus Hall  Rosary Parish O o ..t o., T .... ,:;,. Takers may be purchased at [l][ hall Thursday .:., ,=, ,,..o ....  "'" the door. Proceeds will apply  evening, April pamcz, v.e., wm conduct the to a scholarship fund maintain- 12, at 8 p.m. mission, ed by the court. His topic will The Dominican priests will "All spring fashions from be "The Faro- speak at all the Masses on Sun- sportswear to formal wear i 1 y I s, 0 u r ........ will be featured," says Mrs. rAIHtR , says an eacn evening et /:1, Kenneth Coriell, chairman. ....... Fortress. The announced Rev. Lawrence Pi- Mrs. Walt e r Allen is co- IR:aUX program wi 1 1 include a coffee break and otrzkowski, O.S,B., pastor, chairman. question time. Silver Jubilee of Order M..Fr0000fu0000A00deri0000ationat Li 2-20000ailor Eleanor FJagJer Eners APRIL 4 marked the 25th anniversary of the founding of Mrs. D. Schoonfeld at Li 6-1391. the Medical Missionaries of Mary of whom Sister Una (above) is a member. The community, with their mother- house in Ireland, has seven mission hospitals in Africa and in Formosa. The aim of the 450 Sisters is to provide a com- plete medical service. Two priests of the archdiocese, Rev. John Walsh, pastor of St, Monica, Mercer Island, and Ray. Brendan Gallagher, pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Sedro Woolley, have sisters in the order. Fr. Augustine To Read Philosophical Paper OLYMPIAThe Rev. Augustine Osgniach, O.S.B., head of the philosophy department at St. Martin's, will present April 24-25 one of two papers scheduled for the Philosophy of Nature section of the American Catholic Philosophical Association meeting in Louis- villa, Ky. ]-lis subject will be "Analogy of the Concept of Substance and Its Application to Cosmology." Father Augus- tine's book, "Analysis of Objects," first published in 1938, is still a standard work on the meta- physics of ma- terial sub- stances. FATHER ThJs is not AUGUSTINE Father Angus. tine's first appearance before the Association. In 1932 he read the chief paper at the Asso- ciation's Detroit meeting, and in 1945 he was the chairman of the ethics section meeting in Milwaukee. An emigrant from Italy in 1908, Father Augustine received his doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Wash- ington in 1926, the first mere. her of the St. Martin's faculty Visitors Invited To Daffodil Parish Dinner PUYALLUP -- The annual Daffodil Dinner will be seed from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Sun- day, April B, by the All Saints Altar society in the parish school auditorium here. The dinner was established as part of the yearly Puyailup Valley Daffodil Festival as an added convenience to visitors at the civic event. "Drive around the Puyai- lup Valley next Sunday but before or after your drive, come and have a delightful baked ham dinner, with homemade apple pie. Out of town guests are especially in- vited to accept the hospitality of All Saints Parish next Sun- day," said Mrs. George C. Herald, general chairman. All Saints School Auditorium is located at 504 2ud St. S.W.  mdh an honor., ::Father has also writ "The Christian State', and "Must It Be Communism?" Chemical Society Meet At SMC "-OLYMPIA -- Student Affili- ates of the Arnericala Chernie/tl Society will h o I d their 12th .nnual regional meeting at St. Martin's College Saturday, Ap- ril 14. , Studes from Pacific Luth- erm University, and the Uni- versity of Puget Sound, Uni- versity of Washington, Seattle University, and Seattle Pacific College will also attend. Speaker for the luncheon will l Dr. Bernard Steckler, assoc- ie professor of chemistry at Seattle University. Births Provldance Hoenlttl repon the fo!lowlng blrthe to r. and Mrn.: .trnard Sherwood, boy, March 27. Paul Basel, girl, March 27. Robert Wetlf; girl March 27. Ken Helbllng, b), March 27. Robert Sutherland, girl, March 27. Philip Plncha, girl, March 27. Sander Toth, girl, March 28. John DaJley, boy, March 28. Paul Beckman, girl, March 28. James Allen, girl, March 29. Verne Woods, -boy, March 29. Michael Corwln, 'girl, March 29. Raymond Waster, girl, March 29. Michael Long,. boy, March 80. Henry Gamldo. glrl, March 80. Robert Carpenter, glrl, March 30. Cllfrord Muller, glrl March 81. Richard Schwaegie. boy, March 31. Your Souhwesf Parish Clubs, Organizations TACOMA--CATHOLIC WAR VETERANS LADIES AUXILI- ARY, meeting, 8 p.m. Monday, April 9, Knights of Columbus Hall. Party for American Lake Veterans Hospital patients, Friday, April 13. TACOMA--ST. LEO.GRADE SCHOOL MOTHERS CLUB, meeting, 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 13, Marian Room. The Rev. William Prasch, S.J., guest speaker. Sixth grade pu- pils to enteain. Election of officers. TACOMA--CATHOLIC WOM- AN'S CLUB, meeting, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, home of Mrs. J. R. Lovely, 7204 Inter- laken Dr. S.W. Mrs. William Johnston, presiding. R e p o r t of auction and rummage sale by Mrs. Richard McMenamin. TACOMA -- SIENA CLUB, meeting, 8 p.m. Thursday, Ap- ril 12, home of Mrs. Cal Kirk, 509 N. Y a k i m'a Ave., Mrs. James H. E g a n, presiding. Book review by Mrs. Neal C, Gregory. English Theologian At University Auguet Lehman, boy, March 31. WASHINGTON.--(NC)--The Ordean Wtcka, boy, March 31. Thomas Hermsen. girt, March 31. Catholic University of America Donald Miklasevich, boy, March has announced that Father 31. Josoph Abel, boy, April 2. William O'Brien, girl, April 2. Rona.rd Nelson, girl. April 2. George Chllcote, girl, April 2. Lawrence McAuley, boy, April 2. blartln Adams, boy, April 2. names O'Connor, girl, April 2. St, Frances Cabrlnl Hoepttl rePOrte the following birthe to lr. and Mzs.: Albert Lemmon, boy, March 11. Peter Sullivan. girl March 11. Terry Pilon, glrl, March 12. . Dennis Vanderpool. glrl, Marcn 12. Ralph Mooneyham, boy, March 15.- Charles Traylor, Jr.. glrl, March 16. Carl Anderson, glrl, March 18. Thomas Dowd, glrl, March 16. Francis Wilson, boy, March 20. James McConville, glrl, March 2L Royal Dotson. girl, March 21. Richard Nash, girl, March 26. Quentin Chart, girl, March 28. Ca r m e I o Rlcclardelli, boy, March 29. Charles Buske, hey, March 30. Paul Evans, girl, APril 3. :Rlcaurte Do  Cadena. boy, April 4. I EVERETT NAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for ll of your dry lnanlng end shlrt I#undry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS & " SHIRT SERVICE AL 9-6116 Greed & Well Gerald Vann, O.P., English theologian and author is a vis- iting professor this semester in the university's Department of Religious Education. The Dominican priest will teach courses on "Morals and Man," the "Virtue of Temper- ance and Prudence," and the "Signification of the Sacra- ments." Books Father Vann has writ- ten include "Eve and the Gry- phon" and "The Sorrow of GOd." i Joyous Easter Greetings Associated Sand 6 Gravel Co. Ready-Mixed Concrete Asphal Paving Concrete Pipe and Blocks Crushed Rocks EVERETT 6300 Glenwood Avenue e AL 2.2111 Winlock Exam Winnbrs Are Announced WINLOCK--Diane Dugaw, an eighth grader at St. Mary Academy grade school here, won the $300 scholarship to the Academy high school. Other winners at the scholar- ship examination held March 31 were Beverlee Whaley from St. Rose, Longview, $200, and Susan' Purcell, St. Rose, and Jacqueline "Lawrenson, 0 u r Lady of" Good Help, Hoquiam, both honorable mention. Fifty girls from 17 schools participated in the exam. Spaghetti Dinner Planned By Club Sumarfin TACOMA--A spaghetti dinner will be held by the Club Sumartin from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 8, at the Sla- vonia Hall, N. 30th and Carr St. The proceeds will be used to finance the club's Catholic charity program. Mr. and Mrs. Vince Cvitanovic and Mr. and Mrs. George Vlahovich, Sr., are the co-chairmen. Art Museum Shows Eskimo Graphic Arts Eskimo Graphic art is on display at the Frye Art Mus- eum through April 15. Thirty-four prints, in color and black and white, of the Work of Eskimos of Cape Dorset, Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic :are in the exhibition. Canada's Department of Northern Affairs and Natural Resources has encouraged the Eskimo artists at Cape Dorset who have a 1 r e a d y achieved fame for their sculpture and the incised stone prints and sealskin prints in this exhibi- tion bear evidence of the talent of these artists. Rec/procafes Protestant Aid FRANEK'ER, T h e Nether- lands.--(NC)--In gratitude for help given them by the local Protestant congregation, t h e Catholic parish of St. Martin has turned over its annual St. Martin's Day collection of $200 to the Protestant group for its welfare activities. The Protestants had lent their church rent-free to the Catholic parish for more than a year while a new "Catholic church was being built. Order Of Dominicans Eleanor Flagler, former ...... ly of St. Monica Parish, Mercer Island, received the habit of the strictly cloist. ered Dominican Nuns March 31 at Our Lady of Grace Mon- aster'] in North Guilford,, Conn. She received the name Sister Maria Christine of the Cross. A convert to Catholicism, Sister was graduated from Roosevelt High School and the University of Washington and she took graduate studies at ..... Seattle University. Her parents .... are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flag- ler, 1210 N.E. 94th St. Sister Maria Christine had been an Associated Press wirephoto photographer dur- ing the Korean War and be- fore she entered the convent she was an English instructor at Franklin High School where she also served as ski director. Sister also taught a high school CCD class at St. Mon- ica's. She was baptized into the Church by Very Rev. Joseph M, Agius, O.P. and was-pre- ceded into the religious life by several friends, also converts. Two of them are now Domini- can Sisters and a third is a Carmelite Nun in Carmel, Calif. Sister is the third entrant to Our Lady of Grace Mon- astery from Seattle, the other two being Sister Florence Rose whose parents reside in St. Alphonsus Parish and Sister M. Madeieine whose parents are in St. Anne Par- ish. Three others have en- tered other Dominican Mow Schedule Day Tacoma Knights Of Recollection TACOMA -- The annual Knights of Columbus Day of Recollection will be sponsored by Tacoma Council Sunday, April 8, in Bellarmine High School. First conference is at 9 a.m. Mass will be said at 11:30 a.m. Following lunch, the spiritual exercise will continue until 3 p.m. The event is open to Knights and o t h e r Catholic and non- Catholic men. in BREMERTON 3 fine stores to serve you FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hospital Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 On the rosd to the old Hespit#l Farrelrs Prescription Pharmacy 530 Sth St ......... ES 7-37S3 tree perking & prescription delivery SR. MARIA CHRISTINE Former Eleanor Flakier asteries including the re- eeutly established Monastery m Pakistan. Four of the above attended Holy Angels High School. Our Lady of Grace Monas- tery, a major cloister with solemn vows founded in 1947, numbers over 50 members from 12 states. The nuns' primary work is the Divine Office, perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sac- rament and perpetual rosary. For maintenance they do art work, make vestments and re- ligious articles and through ex- teusive work of the printing press, freely distribtte doctrin- al work. St. Rita's Holy Name Men Elect TACOMA--Lester Miller has been elected president of St. Rita Parish Holy Neme Society here. Others chosen were Carl Ben- son, vice "president; Felix Julian and Mike Panico. From Kent Firms VALLEY GLASS CO. 801 No. Central UL 2.4460 CH 2-6910 CAIN'S TIME OIL SERVICE 301 No. Central UL 2-9987 CITY TRANSFER 407 W. Meeker Ave. UL 2-2424 KENT MOTORS 118 So. Central UL 2-2100 MARLATT'S MORTUARY 713 No. Central UL 2-2620 At St. Placid's OLYMPIA--Entrance exami- nations for incoming freshmen for St. Placid's H i g h School here will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, April 14. Two $100 scholarships will be awarded to winners eligible for the scholarship. Exam fee is $1.10. Luncheon will be served after the tests. Uniform measurements will also be taken, according to Sis- ter Daniel, O.S.B., principal. -At St. Martin's OLYMPIA--The annual schol- arship and entrance examina- tions for St. Martin's High School will be held twice Tues- day, April 10, here. Any eighth grade boy of the Seattle Archdiocese who is in- n terested in trying for one of the two tuition scholarships (re- newable for four years), and any boy interested in entering St. Martin's n e x t September should plan to take these tests April 10. Registration for the morning group will be at 9:30 and tests will be from 10 to 12:30. The afternoon session will go from 1 to 3:30. --At Aquinas TACOMA -- Entrance exam- inations will be given at Aquinas High School at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 14. Fee for the test will be $1. The test witl take approximately t h r e e hours. School uniform meas- urements will also be taken. B REMERTON--Mrs. Sam Bufaiini has been elected presi- dent of Western Deanery, Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women, at a meeting at. Star of the Sea Parish Hall here. Mrs. Herman Glastetter was elected secretary. Mrs. Bufalini is a member of St. Rita Parish, Tacoma, and Mrs. Glastetter of Queen of Heaven Parish. They succeed Mrs. Fred O'Mara of St. Andrew Parish, S u m n e r, and Mrs. Sigmund Jackowski of St. Martin of .Tours Parish, Tacoma. Mrs. Ted Dawson, also of St. Martin Parish, r em ain s as deanery treasurer. The Rev. Michael McAllister, pastor of St. Andrew Parish, Sumner, spoke on the value of Bible reading .and urged the women to devote at least 15 minutes a day to reading of the Sacred Scriptures. Mrs. William J. Paul, Marys- ville, outlined plans for the an- nual ACCW convention, April 29-30, at Swept Wing Inn on the Seattle-Tacoma Highway just south of the Seattle- Tacoma International Airport. Evereff YLI To Install West Deanery New Chaplain EVERETT--Everett Institute For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... MIT Speaker CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (NC) --Father Theodore M. Hes- burgh, C.S.C., president of the University of Notre Dame, will be the commencement speaker at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology here June 8. 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