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14--THE PROGRESS Friday, April 6, 1962 For leaders today, tomorrow MORE THAN 300 high school student delegates are ex- pected to attend the first annual leadership conference of the Catholic Inter.School Council of Seattle this Saturday at Seettle University. Among the speakers will be Jim Bradley (left), SU student body president-elect. Extending the invitation are Alanna Cleary of Forest Ridge and John Rohrer of Seattle Prep. Other speakers will include arch- diocesan education officials and high school faculty leaders. The conference will last from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Honor roll listed -At St. Placid&apos;s OLYMPIA- Five girls have been listed on St. Placid's High School's honor ro11. They are Nancy Crow with a 3.66 mark; Carol Branch and Janice Ordos, 3.16; and Suz- anne Tavelli and Mary Taylor, both with 3.00 averages. -At Aquinas TACOMA -- Twenty+he stu- dents have r e c e i v e d first honors at the completion of the third quarter at Aquinas High School here. The complete honor roll list includes: FIRST HONORS SENIORS Darlene Cuplc, Jeanne Free- man, Karen Hammersehmlth, Bernie Petri. JUNIORS Janet Dupas, Helen Hubka, Shella MeMenamin, Ellen Smlth, Joan Walsh, Rosemary Powers. SOPHOMORES Barbara Aklns, Karen Bed- ford, Ann Brockert, Peggy Meehan, Mary Ellen Mlha ale o- vlch, Judy R 1 a a e, Betty VeCtor. FRESHMEN Vlckl Jo Carstens, Katherine Borgert, Patrlcia Raught, SheIla Smith. SECOND HONORS SENIORS Corrlne Antunh, Laurie Gaeth, Jantce Gallagher, Maxy Kay HemphllL Nancy John- son, Mary Ktnzner, Donna Koenlgs, L n s 1 ! e MeDanlel, Jeanne MeMenamin, Fatrleia Mnllan, Jauet Oweus, Cheryl Pharmer, Mary Ann Reis- lnger, Jane Renggll, Teresa Ri, Llnda Sims, Lenore Syalo, Tanie Karka, Kathy Zoller. JUNIORS Maryann B a s I s t a, Marilyn Bolvln, Susan Danz, Peggy Fleisehman, Anne Leveque, Bar- bara Corlell, Kathleen Meehan, Mary Ellen Rleek, Kathy Mullah. SOlrJFIOMOBABS Julie Avery, ry. Jane Bllaborrow, Patriots D a n z, Mary Lou Epperaon, Judy Fuchs, Passels Gray, Janice Griesmeyer. FRESN -At Blancher The Rev. David White, dean of studies at Blancbet High School, reports the following students have made the honor roll: SENIORS First Honors: Steve Archle, Thad Barnowe, Dennis Damon, Mary Derig, Jim Hanson, Julie Lennox, Jim MeNell. Second Honors: Mary Ann Birney, Jim Boltano, Katharlne Clancy, Jeanne Elmslle, Jim Fritzen, Andrea Ger st, Bob IIaber, Mike Haney, Bill Ihly, Edith Kehoe, Carlotta MInthorn, Sandra Sandusky, Carole Smith, Bob Tiberio, Mary Ellen Troy, Dennis Waldron, Mary Ann Wells, Virginia Xavier. JUNIORS ' First Honors: Sally Jo Benner, William Biga Cherryl Cyr, Di- anna Davern, ob James, Gladys Kreiling, Sophie Smith, Valerle Voris, Adela Yarbro, Claudia Zech. Second Honors: Don Betz, Shirley Biglor, Dick Burns, Judy Ann Burns, Susan Coyne, Don Erickson, Marney Estep, Mari- anne FaCtorial, Helen Gervais, Pamela Jackson, Tori Jager, Kathy James, Karen Kales, Cathie Knudson, Carol Kraft, Kathleen Lampman, Adrienne LeBianc, Marllyn McMahon, Paula Mulllkin, Diane Rabldeau, Ann Sullivan, Annetta Swan, Dick Swanson, Elizabeth Thrash- er, Christine Wlgen. SOPHOMORES Flrat Honors: John Bernhard, Lynn Broadgate, Donald Parda, Barbara Swan. Second Honors: Mike Bonnet, Toni Berselll, Ron Ferwerda, Susan Finney, Pat Frink, Maura Goggln, Cheryl Graham, Bill Helman, Karen Keller, Mary Lampe, Dana Larsson, Kathy Marin, Kathy Mattaon, Pat M- Bride, Steve McCarthy, Mary Sue McManus, Mary Ann Meule- mass, Elaine Smith, Gary Smith, Mlchele Welch. FRESN First Honors: Kathryn Bar- nowe, Kathleen Carr, Lawrence Dlckson, Marllyn Jaeger, Mar- garet Kleffner, Mary McDer- mott, Kathy Olstad, Mary Her- man, Maureen Sulllvan. Second Honors: Pauline Cllne, Raymond Dies, Terry Duffey, Rlchard Gamber, Elleen Goggln, Christine Hall, Jay Hoffman, Susan Hyde, Robert Ingalls, Judith Langhans, Kathleen Linden, JanlsMaeready, Michael Marsolek, Judy MeComas, Kathy Phtllon, Margaret Schumaeher, Floren Lee Sempel, Kerry Sulli- van, Helen Wagoner, Patricla Williams, Yvonne Yarbro, Mar- llyn Zuglsh. Norma Anderson, Nancy Browne, Judy Cagglano, Toni ClarIL Christine Dittmanj. Ar- ]ana Dlxo Helen Healy, -At St. Mary's Patricia Howe, Colleen Johnson, Theresa Kelley, Kartene Kofoed, WIN'LOCK--St. Mary's Acad- Kathleen Mack, Mary Ann Mer- rill, Rose Mary MlchellMaur- een Monroe, Marlene Morgan, Marsha Vodanovlch, Susan Weaver, Dorothy Zarelll, Marion Zoller, emy has listed 31 students on its honor roll. A sophomore, Judy Coppage, of Vancouver, B.C., achieved  a four-point average. -at O'Dea oth on the honor roll are: SENIORS Nine students, named to the Llnda Bouchard, Judl Garnett, 20 Club, lead 0'Dea High Maureen Matter, Mlchele Glb- bon,, Sh aroi 8 School's 80member honor Gloria Gearhart, Karen Wild, roll. Mary BUennagel,+ Kathy key- The honor roll includes: nolds, Janet Lentz. SOPHOMORES 20 CLUB Barbara Boric, Marllyn Richard Hill, Dennis Kemp, Brown, Mary Clear, Cathy Dld- ]eter Kesilng, Phtlllp Roppo, let, Kathy Eisner, Susan La JOSeph Santuccl, David Sucho- Fond, Vlcki Kann, arguerite ski, Dan Sullivan, Gerald Vet- Kaiser, Helen MeCord, Shirley melere, Patrick19 CLuBWelch' Oczkewlcz--ESHMENFR Paul Chelmlnlak, Michael Margaret Batterberry, Rose- Jack DeMattels, Stephen Dodd, mary Busby, Mary Ellen Gar- rtmn Engtln, Raymond Lledtke, vey, Marilyn Klansnlc, Ann eff McCloskey, James Mylet, Melchior, Betty Monahan, Jan- Edmund Obertl, Pltre Hannle- ice Schuerlch, Kathaleen Zlm- an, Ne Smith, Don Spadoni, larovlch. orge Spruksts, Judaea Todd. 18 CLUB * s llen Ashby, Timothy Clark, "'At St. Martin s lIiehael Datgle, Ballnt Dornay, Robert Englebert, M 1 c h a e 1 OLYMPIA.--Marvin Kopp, a Sesse, Stan Kokorowskl; Charles senior, had the highest honor TMdzbarskl, James Pirie, Rich- ard Spengel, Ronald Sursely, roll score in the fourth ₯obert Watanabe. quarter grading period at St. : 17 CLUB James Arlma, Christopher Martin's High School. He talkany, James Bentz, Wayne received a 3.86; the top score Rrter, Michael Della, Wayne Garrett, Pat Goodman, Brian possible is 4:00. " Garry, Richard Holdren, David Johnson. The honor roll includes: SENIORS joMlchael Kaiser, Drew FAgs, hn Klrschner, Paul Lantz, Brian Bonus. Steve VeJraska, Michael Maloney, Patrick Pome- Joe Lehman, Jim Lynam, Mike i y, James Sarama, Robert McDonald, AI Eckroth, Rick Sharp, Raymond Simpson. White, Tom McCaln, Ed Drum, 16 CLUB Dave Ehrmantraut, F r a n k obert Alello, Robert Bar- horus, Edward Blodgett, Mich- ael Conners, Frank Cristofaro, Paul DIDonato, Richard Dodd, Robert Feser, John Goroch, John Qr. gory Charles Kheriaty, John Klefer. John McKeon, David Miller, mes Nelson, Victor Osoteo, Stanley Prasnlkar, Edward Silt- ing,. Ronaid Sommers, Albert Svadoni, William Start, Wllmer Iele, Pierre Thlry, Daniel Welch, Carver Wilcox, William Feeney, Joe Furness, Jerry Ho- gan, Gary Renggll, Dick Spen- cer and Art Weeks. JUNIOIQt Bruce Anderson, D e n n I s Dwyer, Leonard " Hensehied, Jerry Read, Carl Schroeder, Mike Sexton, Dennis Specht, Jim Twohig and Tom Walker. SOPHOMZORES Bill Wood, Ken Youmanm, Tim Leahy, Paul Kllnkesz, Blaine Coppln, Dan Gadler, Kltt Jordan and Pat Sehreck. oung. FRESHMEN John Kelly, Doug Johnson, Mlke Franklin, Brian BJork, John Boron Mart Collins Tim Your best bet for sports and r, *f 'Yeen orter ........ ei in ................. w q]U new] OI SlgUlneaue S Gray, John Meyer: Jim Sabre : h D s ski, Frank Peccla and Paul .v ....... Twohy. ,, J i: Rapid Deh q r : SELLS FORDS FOR ii American er Fore,go ++ ..:.i?.. I I WILLIAM O. McKAY CO. l : Msmbor, Oor IJdy of Fatlm, | l h... RBA A @@ mmm m n IJU b Illtt. q LOL 6lh ancl Blanchard, Denny Ragrode I I Y MAin 3-0581--24 Houri I l m • a, a   A' We Also Hive Used GaPs II IVnlnfls al 7=I IUl BUY--SmLb-COmSlS. I I ........  ........ i g ! i .u, t Holy Rosary tops CYO talent finals Holy Rosary School Sunday won the annual CYO Talent Show finals by compiling the most points by its entrants at St. Benedict's Auditorium. The finals were sponsored by the Jubilee Club of Seattle with Mrs. Albert Ronndtree, chair- mall. The central deanery first- place winners are: MIDGETS Voeal--Sandru Woody, Holy Rosary. Instrumental -- Lisa DaGa- Gabriele, Holy Rosary. Dance -- William Curran, Theodore Febie and Peter Thomas, all of Briscoe School. Recitation -- Theresa Rebar, Holy Rosary. Novelty--Michele Raney, St. Catherine's. CADETS Vocal--Jim Boulet, St. Bene- dict's. Instrumental--Mary Ann Mc- CleUan, Holy Rosary. Dance--Robin Carter, St. George's . Recitation -- Dennis Healy, Our Lady of Lonrdes. Novelty--Patricia Meeclmm, Susan Stafford, Nanette Mullin, Nicoline Morin, Carol Good and Genie Casey, all of Holy Ros- ary. Tacomans set play festival TACOMA-- Seven teen dubs will com- pete' for trophies this Sunday in the CYO Tacoma District's One - Act P 1 a y Festival in Visitation Parish Hall. Entrants are St. Margaret Mary's of Yelm, Holy Cross, Visitation, Sacred Heart, St. Frances Cabrini, St. Leg's and Holy Rosary CYO Teen Clubs. Kids are eager 'to do odd jobs' This news item, headlined "Eager To Do Job," was re- cently found in the Capitol Hill Times, which serves the par- ishes of St. Joseph's, St. Pat- trick's, St. James Cathedral and Immaculate: "A NEW club, with rather impressive objectives, has been organized in the North Broad- way District by several grade school students. The follow- ing correspondence has been received from the president, Stephen Eckhart, 2223 13th Ave. E: "'A couple of years ago a new club was founded only now it has become active. It's name is Echowond, Inc. We do odd jobs and have the same idea as the Boy Scouts. We hold our meetings every weekend, and do anything under the sun, you name it, we do it. If you have any odd jobs, errands or ether jobs, please notify us. Our members are as follows: President-Stephen Eekhart; vice president and secretary --Jim Wood; treasurer--Tam Wood; members--Dan Wood, 'Crowning of Thorns' CHUCK MYRA (left), playing the part of a Roman soldier, places the "Crown of Thorns" on the head of the Chrisms, played by Mark Hadfield, in one of the dramatic scenes of the CYO's "The Crndfixion." The two.hour Passion play will be presented to the general public at 6:45 p.m. this Sunday in Seattle's Seward Park. Pageant is vivid (Continued from Page 1) months. It has taken this long to prepare for the tableau. A 412-member choir will sup- ply the appropriate sacred mu- sical background. These will in- clude CYO members and stu- dents of Holy Names Academy, Blanchet, Seattle, Holy Rosary and Holy AngelsHigh Schools. A sneak preview was held Sunday for Sisters and other Religious. The play went off very well with a lot of the as- sist coming from the weather. The post-mortem comments could be summarized by say- ing that "The Crucifixion" is the most candid illustration of how Our Lord suffered and died on the cross. The nailing of the Christus' hands and the raising of the l-foot wooden beam made a vivid impression on those in the audience. The Chvistus is being played by Mark Hadfield, a Seattle Prep senior from St. Teresa's Parish. THE AMPHITHEATER pro- vides benches for 2,000 persons. But the view towards the stage from up the sloping hill is ex- cellent at all vantage points. The amphitheater is located on top of the hill at Seward Park. The park facility can be easily reached by driving south on Lake Washington Boulevard, some two miles past the hydro- plane pits. A nearby parking area can gUY DIRECT-- SAVE MATTRESSES Lisa Wood, Pat McChesney, Mark Harrison.'"  BOX SPRINGS Two of the children's parents ANY SIZE OF FIRMNESS figure prominently in The Prog- Trade-Ins * E-Z TERMS ross. Steve is the son of John -- * -- J. Eckhaxt, The Progress' MATTRESSES CLEANED book review columnist. The & REBUILT, Low as S12.9S Woods are chil of Don "ONE-DAY SERVICE" Wood, The Progress advertis- P.DIErlM DEIMIMP. ing manager. Both staff mem- 1/nlllllM ILVIIllV bers live in St. Patrick's Par- EA 2-S36S 211 S Jackson ish. SPECIAL SHIPMENT PRICES STORM & SASH DOORS COMPLETE I COMPLETE PROTECTION 340o aluminum nstmctlas i-- • Can't warp ,r rust • Screen Inserts ,f lifetime aluminum S • Stainless Steal Hardware 5 YEAR ,,o,o,, Aluminum Window , 2730 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH * SEATTLE 4 ii Villa lists new champs Drill teams make debut Assumption became the spar- at Daffodil tan champion for the second time and St. Luke's the cadet The 29th annual Puyallup titlist recently at the fourth an- Daffodil F e s t i v a 1 Parade nual Villa Invitational Basket- through Tacoma, Puyallup and ball Tournament at Sacred Sumner will mark the first Heart Villa. appearance of the season of St. The scores: John's Girls' Drill Team from SPARTANS Seattle. St. Francis 40, Sacred Heart Villa 30. The trophy-winning s q u a d Assumntion 45, St. Catherine 31. Lady of the Lake S4, St. Mat- lists 42 members. It will be the Chew 22. first Daffodil parade for St. St. Alphonsun $7, St. Joseph 28. Assumntion 35, St. Francis $ John's. (semifinal). Appearing for the second St. Alphonsun 35, Lady of the Lake 21 (semifinal). year at this tri-city spectacle StzFrancIS(consolation).49. Lady of the Imke will be the Filipino Youth Ac- Assumption 18, St. Alphonsus tivities of Seattle's Princesa 14 <ehamnionnhin). Drill Team, which will give the CADETS Sacred Heart Villa 80, St. Valley viewers their first look George 21. at the FYA's Cumbanchero St. Joseph 29, St. Teresa 18. St. Luke 27, St. Catherine 26. Percussioneers. St. Mark 19, St. Margaret 16. The unit has 42 girls and Sacred Heart Villa 26, St. Joseph 19 (semifinal). boys, representing 12 Catholic St. Luke Z8, St. Mark IS (semi- schools and parishes in Seattle. final). St. Joseph 85, St. Mark BO (consolation). Name B B St. Lukn $2, Sast'ed Heart Villa holy oowllng 29 (ehamnlonship). VISITATION DISTRICT W L TP CYO :, ,., ,., u-cor-Lo-r "J s, Lue', .................... +.,/, t7s s., Christ the King No. 1 38 18 37652 St. Benedict No. 2 ....37 19 38559 Baseball st. Sen,dI©t a0.  _.36 20 37797 Christ the King No. 2 36 20 37661 Lady of Fatima ........ 28 28 36739 Seattle linescores St. John No. 2 ........ 23z/ 32/a 36563 MIDGETS St. John No. 1 ........ 23 33 36941 St. Catherine N0.1 _21 35 36258 t. Alphonsus 13, St. Anne 8. St. Catherln, No. 2 .20 36 36144 St. Catherine 17, St. Luke 2. Assumption ................ 19 37 36790 St. Mark 5, Assumption Whiten St. Benedict No. 1 ..16 40 26759 0. INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORF CADETS ---John Dimak, Christ the King NO. L 250; Bill Walker, St. St. Plus 7, Assumption 5. Benedict's No. 2, 233. (3) 602; St. Mark 24, St. Luke 2. Joe Juergens St. Benedict's No. St. Catherine 11, St. Matthew 1. No. 3, (3) 65. Christ the King 20, Sacred TEAM HIGH SCORES---Christ Heart Villa 11. the King No. 1, 984, (3) 2868; St. Luke's, 969; St. Benedict's No. S, (3) 2833. plenty of curbside parking also available. CYOers want as many Cath- dies and their friends as pos- sible to see "The Crucifixion." So much so that they have arranged for station wagons to transport elderly persons up the hill to the amphi- theater. The Passion play committee lists many names to show the cooperative spirit of the CYO. But among the production staff these have been most helpful: MRS. PATRICIA Wilder, Mrs. Sally Davis, Mrs. James (Ma- rie) Dalton, Mrs. Philip Arena, Mrs. James Dugan, Mrs. Pri- scilla+Gustafson, Don Andre, Ken Van Dyke, Paul Pike and Mike McCcrmick. ' Quotes by i INSURANCE "Thanks to my policy owners gad friends for helping ma produca ovor ona million dollars of lifo Insurance In my first nine and a half months with B.M.A." SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR New Manager Named For Mortgage Branch BELLEVUE--R. J. (Rod) accommodate 800 cars wi Samuelson of Holy Family Parish, Kirkland, has been ap- pointed manager of the Bal. lard Mortgage Company's new Bellevue Branch here. The firm in its seventh 7ear has opened its fifth branch at 10843 N.E. 8th St. Samuelson is married and has two sons. 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An editorial in L'Osservatore Romano, signed by editor Rag- monde Manzini, said in con- nection with the death of Cu- ban boxer Benny "Kid" Paret that "natural morality and good common sense alone should suffice for anyone to reach the verdict." Manzini described the object of professional boxing as "the destruction of the opponent, his momentary physical annihila- tion." The editorial concluded: "Discussions a n d argu. ments will continue and dis- tinctions will be made, but the conclusion is clear and necessary.., professional boxing in its greatest clas- sical manifestations cannot be condoned." Paret died Monday in New York of brain injuries he re- ceived March 24 in a welter. weight title fight with Emile Griffith. L'0sservatore Romano has seized on ring deaths in the past to condemn prizefighting as a sport. Your best bet for sports and CYO news of significance is in The Progress. 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