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Rul image Sales Se By Pat sh Organizations Rummage sales have been scheduled by parish groups at St. Edward, St. Anne and St. Anthony, Kent. Specific details on the sales are as follows" --At St. Edward --At St. Anne's Our Lady of Perpetual Help Guild of St. Edward Parish will have a rummage sale Friday, April 13, from noon to 7 p.m. and on Saturday, April 14, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale will be in the CYO hall. For information caU PA 5-5406. A rummage sale will be held at St. Anne Parish Hall Mon- day, April 9, from 6 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday, April 10, from 9:30 a. m. to 4:30 p.m. To have donations picked up contact Mrs. E. Barberis, AT --At St. Anthony, Kent KENT--A rummage sale will be held Tuesday and Wednes- day, April 10 and 11 in St. An. thony Parish hall. The sale, sponsored by the altar society, is co-chairmaned by Mrs. I. Barrel, Mrs. Pat Ellis St, and Mrs. C. E. Rat- cliffe. The hours Tuesday at 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the hours WL,mday are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Recollection Day Set By YLI April 8 A day of recollection has been scheduled by the members of St. Cecilia Institute, Y o u n g Ladies Institute, for Sunday, April 8, at Rosary Heights, Ed- monds. The Rev. C. V. McEachen, will conduct the lectures and Benediction will conclude the day. Reservations should be made w i t h Mrs. Harold Hartzwell, MU 2.9000, ext. 5098. ilN lEA R I HG GLASSES i i41 R Cla I LIght ff-,onffo: i See the Exciting New IE 00AI.o HEARING CENTER 861 Medical Dental Bldg. MAIn 3.7060 2-4236 or Mrs. B. Vanni, AT 3-4291. Ecumenical Consultant Will Speak The Rev.. Gregory Baum, O.S.A., consultant to the sec- retariat of Christian Unity of the Second Vatican Council, will speak at Blessed Sacra- ment gymnasium Sunday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by the University of Washington Newman Club Father Baum's talk will be "The Vatican Council: The Church's New Outlook on the World." He will discuss how the attitude of the Church to- wards others has been chang- ing in recent years; who the "others" are and the new St. Mark's Will Begin Mission Priest Who Gave Last " Rites Sought Would the priest that mln- istered to Nell Dunekel, killed in an automobile accident in the Snoqualmie area on March 21, contact Mr. Dnnckel's sis- ter, Mrs. Phyllis May, 242 S. 171st St., Seattle? Mrs. May, although not a Catholic, is anxious to contact the priest who aided her brother. Friday, prll 6, 1962 THE PROGRESS--7 II II [I Ill I I I I I [ FATHER RICHARD The Ray. Theodore P. Sulli- van, pastor of St. Mark Par. ish, announces that a mission will be given by the Franciscan Fathers at St. Mark's, from Sunday, April 8 to Sunday, April 15. The mission, to be conducted by Rev. Richard Hedge, O.F.M., and the Ray. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M., is entitled a "Clinic in Living. The Sunday Masses at 7:15, 8:30, 9:45 and 11 a.m., will open St. Mark's mission April 8. The mission sermon and exercises will start each evening at 7:45. The morning Masses during the week are at Easter Bunny Brunch Slated Saturday Even the Easter bunny will be present at the Easter Bunny Brunch Saturday, April 7, at 11 a.m. in St. Joseph Parish hall. Sponsored by the Margaret Abel Circle, Association for Catholic Childhood, entertain- meat will be provided by the children d the Kathryn John- son School of Dance. Members of the Junior Association will serve. Tickets are available from Mrs. Thomas Whinihan, AT 3- 2889. 'The Mass' To Be HNA Sodality Topic Holy Nexnes Academy Sodal- MARK FORD was top winner among Catholic school students taking part in the 1962 King County Science Fair held last Saturday and Sunday at Seattle University. Mark, 9, is a fourth grade student at St. Joseph School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Ford, 916.20th Ave. E. His prize winning display was an exhibit of "Insects." Mark is seen receiving his award from Curtis LeFever, chairman of the fair's operating corn. ecumenical movement in the 6:30, 8:15 and 11 a.m, Centre- Sty Inquiry Committee will mister. Queries On Church. siena will be heard after sponsor its monthly discussion ligi Father Bamnwasbornln evening devotions each night Tuesday, Aprill0, at7:3Op.m. Catholic Students Given Re on Will Ger.any of a Jewish family and Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. in the school auditorium. and was a convert to Cath- An invitation is extended to The panel topic is '2 Live My Be Answered elitism from agnosticism at .1l non-Catholics, as we. as Mass" and the chairman will Awards At S ience Fair the age of 23. He is now a Catholics. be Ann Mayer, sodality prefect. naturalized Canadian citizen Members of the panel will be KOMO TV's "Challenge" will and holds various degrees in Kay Reagan Sister Marcella Marie, Sister Thirty. one students Primary Division -- Gloria red Heart School, "The Yellow again be devoted to the nswer- ing of questions sent by view- ers, 6 p.m., Sunday, April 8, on Channel 4. The Seattle clergymen, Dr. Martin Goslln, Rev. William Treacy and Rabbi Ralphael Le- vine, will answer questions on religion submitted by viewers science and a doctorate in theology. A priest of the Augustinian Order, he is the author of two books: "That T h e y May Be One," a technical s t u d y of papal documents on unity, and "The Jews and the Gospel," a scriptural study of the rela- tion between the Jews and the kingdom of Christ. Will Speak At St. Patrick's Mrs. Kay Reagan will pre- sent the fifth of the lecture series on Communism offered by the CCD Discussion Club of St. patrick Church. She will speak on "Our Amer- Marion Xavier, Karen Disatell, Joan Jendrick and Antonette Ferulano. Sister Vide Maria will lead the discussion after the program. Catholic students attending public high school are invited to attend, Transportation will be provided by calling Jeanette Verschueren at F.. 2-4825. in the past months. The panel ican Heritage and the Commu- will explore questions of Ham Breakfast nist Threat." The talk will be Speakers Available Sunday, April 8, at 8 p.m. in Christian living through church attendance, the Jewish idea of Christ, the training of leaders in the three religions, and Christian witnessing. "Challenge" was selected to receive first place honors in the National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1962 Brotherhood Award last Sun- day. The presentation was made for the program's con- tribution to respect, confronta- tion end understanding among religious group through discus- sion. KOM0-Radio will rebroadcast "Challenge" Sunday evening 10:30-11 p.m. This weekly pro- gram is presented in coopera- tion with the KOMO-TV Public Affairs Department. Planned At St. Francis SEAHUR ST--The Parents Club of St. Francis of Assisi Parish will have a ham and pancake breakfast S u n d a y, April 6, from 8 a.m. up/oil 1 p.m. in the school auditorium. Frank Finney is chairman and Dr. Frank Gallant is chief cook. Tickets, available at the door, are $I for adults and 50 cents for children with a fam- ily rate of $5 maximum. Record Set TOKYO (NC)--A record 10,- 139 applications have been re- ceived for entrance into Sophia University here, Japan's larg- est Catholic university. Last year applications numbered 7,684. I Ill I I II I II I Kennell.Ellis Arl Photographer 1426-5th Ave. MA. 4-0080 616 Olive Way i iii the parish hall. Admission is free. Orthopedic Junior Guilds Will Wash Cars The All-City Car Wash spon- sored by the Junior Associa- tion of the Children's Ortho- pedic Hospital will be held Saturday, April 7. Mrs. Tom Sheehan, chair- man, reports that tickets are available from members in ad- vance although they are not. necessary for a "wash." Each guild will be respon- sible for selecting its own working hours and location in the Greater Seattle area. Do- nations will be $I. Priest On State Historica/ Board SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 5 (NC)- Gay. Edmund G. Brown has appointed Father Noel F. Moholy, O.F.M., of Santa Barbara to the State Historical Landmarks Advisory Committee. To Explain School For Retarded The Central School for re- tarded children hasa group of speakers available to any or- ganization, regardless of size, that desires information about retardation and Central School's function in the community. The speakers group includes Mrs. Paul Hogan, Mrs. Ernst Loeb, Mrs. Wicks, Mrs. Deorane Cooke, Mrs. Ethel Williams and Mrs. Phillip Taggart. For information c a 11 Mrs. Taggart, LA 5-7534. To aid the retarded children a group of teenagers have band- ed together. They are called the "Spartans" and their purpose is to make teaching aids and have projects to raise funds for the school. Anyone interested in form- ing a teenage group call Mrs. Charles Everett Jackson at PA 5-6222 or PA 5-,5531. Any women who are inter- ested in forming auxiliaries to help retarded children at Cen- tral School may call PA 5-6222 or PA 2-8520. LET YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU WITH Good Sound Security Investments CALL T. JACKSON WARFIELD Evans Firdale Market 9606 N.E. Firdale LI 6.2221 from Catholic schools in King County received awards at the 1962 King Coun- ty Science Fair held March 31 and April 1 at Seattle Univer. sity. Mark Ford, St. Joseph School, won first place in the primary division -- biological sciences with his display, "In- sects." Thomas Syltebo, Sac- red Heart School, won second place in the same competition with his exhibit, "Anatomy of the Human ear." In the junior division, Law- rence Dickson, Blanchet High School, took second place in the pure science category with his entry, "The Periodic Rela- tionships of the Elements." Honorable mention awards were given to: Senior Division Eric Lundberg, Blanchet High School, "Magnetic Amplifier"; Star White, Holy Rosary High School, "Genetics of the Melop sittacus Unduiatus"; G r e g Buck, Blanchet High School, "Pleistocene Geology of the Seattle Area." Junior Division--Term Dun- nam, Sacred Heart School, "Construction of the Space Needle"; Robert Hilton, St. Jo- seph School, "Pneumatic Cais- son"; Robert Ingalls, Blanchet High School, "Experiments in Herodynamics"; Dan Kardong, Sacred ,Heart School, "Water Power"; T e r,r y McDermott, Sacred Heart School, "The Solar Cell". Steven Thompson, Our Lady of the Lake School, "What Are You Walkiog On"; Dini Eric- son, Holy Rosary School, "Some Non-Vascular Plants"; Martin Paprocki, St. Edward School, "Butterfly Collection"; Michael Sargent, St. George School, "Evolution"; Daniel Weber, Sacred Heart School. "Corneal TranBplant'; Chris- topher Young, Our Lady of the Lake School, "Sea Life in Sequim Bay". Bennett, St. James Cathedral Jacket"; B a r b a r a Franzin, Scho.ol, "Time-Delay Relay"; Holy Rosary School, "*Home Made Microscope"; John Mar, Gaye Dickerson, St. John risen and Seen Sullivan. Jr., School, "A Door Bell Rings"; St. Joseph's School, "Newton's David Eberharter, St. George Laws of Motion." School, "All About Nails"; Mark Fowble, Holy Rosary School, "Forestry and Conser- Story Of vation"; Joseph McKinstry, Sacred Heart School, "Project Disabled Nun Mercury"; Patrick Mortell, Sacred Heart School, "Transis- Will Be Heard tar Crystal Radio"; James Pankiewicz. St. George School, Radio KXA will broadcast the "Multiplier"; Ronald Pankie- Hour of St. Francis play "Sister wicz, St. George School, "Cod- Lawrence" Sunday, April 8 at er and Decoder". 6:45 p.m. In Everett it wiU be Daniel O'DonnelI, Holy Roe-- heard on Radio KQTY at 7:30 ary School, "Dinosaur Exhib- a.m. it"; Rose Ruoff, St. Joseph School, "Our Teeth"; Paul Swanson, St. Paul School, "In- sects"; Christine Weber, Sac- SMC Chorus Will Sing MEMBERS of St. Rita Guild, St. Edward Parish, prepare for the concert by St. Martin College Chorus Sunday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the St. Edward auditorium. 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