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22NCafholic rhwesf Progress Aprl 6, 1962 TOP FOOD BARGAINS Alberson's Food Centers, Inc. 11 STORES TO SERVE "YOU" 14510 Aurora 6401 Empire Way 8728 Holman Road 2520 32nd W. 4001 E. SSth So E. 127th & Bohell Way 6900 E. Green Lake Way S.W. 160h & Isf Souh 6312 3Sfh S.W. Lynnwood and Cenralia HAPPY EASTER TO ALL STRICKFADEN PHARMACY 5655 University Way N.E. LA 4-1495 WESTERN BLOWER COMPANY 1800 Airport Way S. MA 2-8210 KENNETH SCOTT, TAILOR 4512 University Way N.E. ME 2-4590 WINTER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT Complete Line of Desks, Files and Chairs 1213 Second Ave. MA 4-5711 HOWARD H. HANLON & ASSOCIATES Millinery & Handbags, Disfributors 2018 3rd Avenue MA 4-1945 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND WALENTA'S CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY & DRAPERY decorator work our specialfy 702 E. Pike EA 2-8100 SECURITIES EXCHANGE 1117 2nd Ave. Bldg. MA 3-6212 ED & CHARLEY'S TEXACO SERVICE Madison and Minor MA 4-9452 ZERLINE'S FIFTH AVENUE JEWELRY 1416 Fifth Avenue MA 3.0820 HAPPY EASTER TO ALL RAINIER TOOL & EQUIPMENT 2525 Rainier Ave. South PA 3-5118 O VOPNI PRINTING CO. 4214 S.W. Dakota WE 2.7018 LOCKHAVEN GROCERY 3060 N.W. Market SU 2-9740 ROSS ORNAMENTAL IRON 16731 Aurora Ave. North LI 6-1717 L. G. JUSTICE REALTOR 15041 1st Ave. S.W. CANTEEN SERVICE 660 South Charlestown CH 2-11SS MA 2-2434 Dedicated To Teachiq The Youth Of America... Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary THE FIVE YOUNG Irish women who left Dublin in 1830 to teach in America probably never realized the far-reaching effect their actions would produce. Under the guidance of Very Rev. Terence Donaghoe of Philadelphia, Mary Frances Clarke and her four companions began a religious community dedicated to teaching the youth of America and known as the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Philadelphia was only their beginning for the Sisters soon moved west- ward as far as the West Coast and Hawaii with the motherhouse situated in Dubuque, Iowa. Their work in this archdiocese includes Blanchet High School, Seattle (five Sisters on the faculty); St. George, St. 4ohn and Christ the King Schools in Seattle and St. Plus X in Mountlake Terrace. Eighty per cent of the 2,305 professed Sisters are engaged in teaching with th'e remaining 20 per cent either working as nurses and aides at Marian Hall in Dubuque where sick and aged Sisters are cared for, or helping with clerical or household duties. Pioneers In Pacific Northwest . . . THE PIONEERING spirit of the Sisters of Charity of Providence was present in 1856 when they established the first permanent school in the Northwest, now Providence Academy, in Fort Vancouver. The first hospital in the area, St. Joseph's, came two years later, also in Vancouver. II In 1961, the Sisters again pio- lie neered when they moved into Sisters of Charity of Providence Providence Heights College on Pine Lake near Issaquah. Provi- dence is the first College of Sis- ter Formation in the West and now has an enrollment of 250 Sisters. The Sisters of Providence also staff Providence Hospital, Se- attle; St. Michael School, Olym- pia; St. Peter Hospital, Olym- pia; St. John Hospital, Port Townsend ; Provid'ece Hospital, Everett; Holy Family School, Seattle; Ozanam Home, Tacoma; Sac- red Heart School, Tacoma; St. Peter Claver Interracial Center, Seattle; St. Luke Infirmary, Centralia; St. Joseph School, Vancouver; St. James School, Vancouver, and several of the Sisters are on the faculty of Blanchet High School in Seattle. North Seattle Upholstering EM 4-2700 18026 14fh N.E. ACME IRON WORKS 2520 College, Seaffle BOWIE ELECTRIC, INC. SU 4-0474 5350 Ballard Ave., Sea'l'fle