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,,Friday, April 10, 1%4 THE PROGRESS--7 Spring Sets Mood for Social Activities Bellevue Aquinas Club--Annual spring 8:30 p.m. Saturday, 11, Smedley residence 8649 N.E. Lake Washington Blvd., Bellevue. Theme will be "Boston-T-Party," dress is semi-formal and donation of 25 cents will be charge d to non- members. Members admitted .by membership card. For in- formation call John Regan (VA 2-2156 or GL 4-4813). The club, a social group for single Catholic 18 years and over, will have its next meeting Bellevue St. Louise Parish -- Annual parish dinner, 2-8 p.m. Sun. deS,, April 19, parish hall, 141 156th Ave. S.E., in Lake Hills. Adults, $2; children six years. 18 years, 75 cents; children un- der five years, free. Bremerton Our Lady Star of the Sea Par- ish-Parents Club meeting, 8 p.m. Monday, April 20, parish hall. Election of officers. Everett St. Mary Magdalen Parish-- Annual luncheon and game party sponsored by St. Anne's Guild 12;30 p.m. Wednesday, MThUrsday, April 23. April 15. Baby-sitters available. issionary to Speak At AC CW Breakfast FATHER FATHER LYNCH LA BAUVE Following Mass at 9:15 a.m. Sunday, April 19, in St. James Cathedral, women attending the convention of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women will have breakfast at the Cascade-Plaza Room of the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. The topic for the Mass ser- to be given by Rev. John D. Lynch of St. James, will be "Women's Influence on the Life of Christ." The two-day convention, April 18-19, headquartering at the hotel, will have the theme "You Are the Church." Guest speaker at the Sun- day breakfast will be Rev. John N. La Bauve, Divine Word Missionary, from In- dianapolis, Ind. Since his or- dination in 1951, Father La Bauve has been engaged in mission work and preaching i n Louisiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Indiana. At the invitation of Bishop John J. Wright, Father did spe- ial mission work in Pitts- urgh, Pa., including street- reaching with Catholic Cam- paigners for Christ. He has lectured on Catholic and secular college campuses on race relations, ecumenism and other topics, and has been convention speaker for a num- ber: of Catholic and national organizations. In 1982, Father received the annual Brotherhood Award the National Conference of Christians and Jews for the Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia Regions. Delegates and visitors to the convention, as well as any others interested, are cor- dially invited to attend the breakfast. Reservations must be made in advance with Mrs. Willard Swan, 827 N.E. 59th, Seattle (LA 3-9903). Convention business will re- sume immediately after the breakfast. On the agenda pre- ceding convention adjournment are evaluation of the Saturday "buzz" sessions, voting on amendments to the constitution and by-laws of the Council and reports of ACCW officers and committee chairmen. Thirteen cartons of new and used children's and adult's clothing were sent to Anchor- age April 7 by the Archdioc- esan Council of Catholic Wom- en, Mrs. William Paul, presi- "dent reported. The clothing, which included 133 new layettes, was sent via Air Force plane from P a i n e Field after radio announce- ment from the field had in- formed the area of this serv- ice. Mrs. William Weyhing, Lake Stevens, is ACCW chairman of Foreign Relief. Kirkland Holy Family Parish--Men's Club Father-Son monthly Com- munion Breakfast meeting, after 8:15 a.m. Mass Sunday, April 19, parish hall. Larry Vaughn, district Scout execu- tive, will be guest speaker, fol- lowed by Boy Scout court of honor. Lynnwood St. Thomas More Parish -- St. Catherine of Siena Guild will sponsor a salad luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, Alderwood Manor Youth Club, 24th West. Program will be on hair fashions. Tickets available at the door. Mrs. C. W. Gilliam is chairman. Puyallup All Saints Parish -- Annual "Daffodil Dinner," sponsored by Altar Society, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 12, school audi- torium, at 504 Second St. S.W. Dinner is a part of the tradi- tional Valley Daffodil Festival and an added convenience to visitors in the area--out of town guests especially are in- vited. Mrs. Stanley J. Micha- lek is general chairman. Seattle Assumption Parish -- Altar Society meeting, 1 p.m. Mon- day, April 13, rectory meeting room. Mrs. E. C. Lingafelter will speak on her recent trip to Europe. Chareso Club -- Smorgasbord dinner, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18. Steve's Gay 90's, 54th and South Tacoma Way, Ta- coma. "All you can eat" for $3.42. Rides provided if needed. Reservations required -- call Connie Leahy (EA3-8207) or Irene Welch (ME 2-1917). Friends of the Catholic Sea- men's Club -- Polynesian lun- cheon, noon, Tuesday, April 14. Games and cards will follow in the library. Mrs. C. P. Black is auxiliary president. Holy Names Academy--Par- ent-Daughter banquet for HNA seniors, 5 p.m. Sunday, April 12, Grand Ballroom of the Ol- ympic Hotel. The Rev. William Treacy, HNA chaplain, will be guest of honor. Toastmaster will be Theodore Ruoff, Par- ents Club president. K a r e n Chiles and Linda Pagni, HNA student body president and vice president, will give toasts to school and to parents; Ben DiJulio will give the response. Entertainment by HNA Voice Ensemble. Marie L'Abbe Circle, Associ- ation of Catholic Childhood -- Children's movie, "Courage of Lassie," 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11, St. Patrick's parish hall, 2702 Broadway E. Admis- sion of 35 cents includes pop and popcorn. Mrs. Tom Rich- ards is in charge. Order of Martha -- Meeting, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, home of Mrs. Anna Unger, 22 Roy St. SeatHe Queen Institute, Young-La- dies Institute--Annual Semi- narian Aid party, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, at Good- will Industries Dining Room, 1400 S. Lane St., will be a Fashion Luncheon at Christ the King WONDERFUL Whirl of Fashion" is the theme chosen for the show being presented by the Ladies Sodality of Christ the King Parish at noon Wednes- May, April 15. Readying decorations for the event, to be at the Elks Lodge, 2040 West- lake Ave.  N., are, from left, the Mesdames Robert Johnston, Jerome Jager and Robert Roller. Seattle Northwest Sampling Service turkey dinner. White elephant auction will follow. Miss Vir- ginia Scanzon, general chair- man, assisted by the Mesdames Ralph H. Amen, R. A. Bevi- lacqua, John R. Palmer and Henry Przybylinski. Next meeting, 7:45 p.m. Thursday, April 23, American Legion Hall, 820 University St. St. Anne Parish -- S p r i n g Luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, school hall, First Ave. W. and West Lee. Card play- ing. For reservations, call Mrs. L. J. McNamee (AT 2-4680) or Mrs. W. B. Toner (AT 3-0755). St. Benedict Parish--Mothers Club meeting, 7:45 p.m., Thurs- day, April 16, school audi- torium. Special event will be traditional silver tea for Sisters of St. Benedict's convent. Hos- tesses will be mothers of second and third grade pupils, with the Mesdames Joan Curran, Joan Sharp, Loretta Lucier and Beverly Gregerson in charge. St. Catherine Parish-- Mothers Club spring style show, "April Showers," 8 p.m. Fri- day, April 10, school audi- torium, 85th and Eighth N.E. Mrs. Dean Sanders, chairman. Tickets available by calling Mrs. James Buss (LA 4-I103) or from any room mother. Do- nation $I. Refreshments will be served. St. Coletta Society for the Retarded--Meeting, noon Tues- day, April 14, U.s.a.N.C.C.S. Club, 217 Seneca St. For in- formation, call Mrs. J. E. Male (WE 5-5732). St. Ignatius Loyola Blue Army Cell--Meeting, 8 p.m. Friday, April 1O, Seattle Uni- versity's Loyola Hall. Topics for discussion "Fafima's An- swer to Communism" and "The Vital Importance of the Blue Army Cells in Bringing about the Fulfillment of Our Lady's Requests." Anyone interested invited to attend. For infor- mation, call GL 4-4813. St. Joseph Parish- Parents Club will honor school faculty at annual Silver Tea, 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, home of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boe- ing Jr. Mrs. Ralph A. Morrison is chairman, assisted by the Mesdames C. Robert Gaidos, A. J. Webb, Robert P. O'Neill Jr., R. Patrick McGuigan and Alan Lomax. Xavier Club -- Day of Recol- lection, 9 : 3 0 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, Mary- crest Hall chapel, 701 Summit Ave. The Rev. Jo- seph F. Mc- Donnell, S.,]'., professor bf English and speech at S.U., FATHER w i I l conduct McDONNELL the c o n f e r- ences. Members and friends are invited and asked to bring lunches. Mass at I1:45 a.m. Tacoma Philomathea, B e I I a r m i n Mothers Club -- Day Of Rec- ollection conducted by the Very Rev. Joseph Showalter, S.J., rector, Sunday, April 12, Bellar- mine Chapel. Mass will be cele- brated at noon. Regular club meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, Bellar- mine cafeteria. Election of offi- cers. Entertainment by Bellar- mine Glee Club, under the di- Tacoma rection of Mr. Terence Shea, S.J., and by Aquinas Acad- emy Nonette. Mrs. George Risse and Mrs. Earl Westgate are in charge of the social hour. Holy Rosary Parish- Moth- ers Club spring card party, noon to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 16, school auditorium, with theme "Royal Card Party." Dessert luncheon followed by cards. Mrs. Ray Heltsley, club president, has appointed Mrs. Jack Stumpf and Mrs. Patrick Rooney co-chairmen. Babysit- ters will be available. Proceeds will benefit the school. Public invited. St. Leo Parlsh--Grade School Mothers Club meeting and elec- tion of officers, 12:30 p.m. Fri- day, April 10, school Marian Room. Seventh grade pupils will entertain. Mrs. Leo Eh- reth, chairman, and mothers of seventh graders will be hos- tesses. St. Leo's Grade School Moth- ers Club -- Breakfast served after 8 and 9:15 a.m. Masses Sunday, April 12, school cafe- teria. Sa-Le-Hi Mothers Club--Open meeting, 8 p.m. Monday, April 13, school cafeteria. Francis K. Schuckardt, regional director of the Blue Army of Fatima, will speak on "The Message of Fa- tim a." Meeting is open to public. Regular meeting will follow, with election of officers. Siena Club--Meeting, 8 p.m. Thursday, April 16, home of Mrs. E. F. Egan, 523 N. E St. Mrs. Frank J. Pavolka will preside and give the program, "The Cursillo, What It Is and What It Is Accomplishing." Alumnae Fete Seniors THE IMMACULATE High School Alumnae Association will welcome the Class of 1964 to its ranks in a reception at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in the school auditorium. Final plans are scanned by (from left) Darlene Yalovich, senior class president; Carol Arena, alunmae president; and Mrs. John E. Ryan, reception chairman. Also honored will be the Class of 1939. Arrangements are being handled by the Class of 1940. Return-Address Sticker Sale New Project of ACC Circle The Josephine Sheldon Circle, Association for Catholic Child- hood, will sell return address stickers as their year-round project. The price is $2 for 600 stickers. The labels are glossy white paper with black lettering. Mrs. Donald Wass, Circle chairman, has appointed Mrs. James Navone chairman of the project. Proceeds will aid needy and dependent children cared for by the Archdiocese of Seattle. Court Little Flower Hosting CDA Meet THE REV. William E. Gallagher, pastor of St. Luke Parish, and chaplain of Court Little Flower, Catholic Daughters of America, shows a statue of St. Theresa the Little Flower," to Mrs. Edgar Tuttle, center, and Mrs. Roy T. Russell. Court Little Flower will be host for the Biennial State Convention of the C. D. A. here April 24, 25, and 26 at the Sor- rento Hotel. Mrs. Turtle, grand regent of the Seattle Court, and Mrs. Russell, convention general chairman, are in charge of local arrangements for the meeting, which will have for its theme, "Through Prayer, Peace and Unity." --(Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) Newman Club Breakfast , Featuring Ecumenist O Smorgasbord at Holy Family, Kirkland MEMBERS OF Holy Family Parish, Kirkland, have a practice session preparing for the third annual smorgasbord dinner to be served from 1.7 p.m. Sunday, April 12, in the parish hall. On the committee are, from left, the Mesdames John Van Ryn, Donald Rych- Ilk, Harvey Drinkwine, Charles R. Bellings, Gene Has and Louis Criez. Mrs. Has and Mrs. Criez are co-chairmen of the event, assisted by chairmen from the parish guilds, members of the Men's Club and CYO. Prices are: adults--J1.75; children--75 cents, and children under five years--free. --(Photo courtesy o[ the Sammamish Valley News) The Rev. Bernard Lee- ming, S.J., internationally known ecumenist, will be the featured speaker at the annual breakfast of the University of Washington New- man Center. The breakfast is planned following 9:15 a.m. Mass at Blessed Sacrament Church, and will begin at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 19, at the Edmond Meany Hotel. The Most Reverend Thom- as A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, wH! be a s p e c i a ! guest. Father Leeming, professor of dogmatic theology and ecumen- icity at Heythrop College, Eng- land, presently is a visiting lecturer at Stanford University in California. He is the author .of, The Church and the Churches, ed- itor of The Unity of Chris- FATHER LEEMING tians and has served as an observer to the World Coun- cil of Churches. The Newman breakfast, an annual event for alumni and friends of the Center, is open to everyone. Tickets are $2 per person and reservations should be made no later than Wednesday, April 15, ; by contacting Mrs. Phil Clark, 3408 N.E. 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