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IO--THE PROGRESS Friday, April 16, 1965 I I I Bless Those Pastors! By PATIENCE AMABEL LABELL pAt News Editor The Progress had two happy pastors, dropping by to express their appreciation and satisfaction. The two were Rt. Rev. Msgr. Ailbe McGrath of Seattle's Holy Family Parish and Father Arnold Fox OSB of Tacoma's Visitation Parish. Naturally the topic of conversation that revolved between them and Father 3ames Gandrau, our editor, was The Progress Advertised Labels contest. Both pastors were very appreciative of their respective PAL parish captains and tabulators and all of the parishioners, both adult and young, who have made PAL a success in their areas. PAL at The Progress is finally bearing fruit, too. According to the statistics, garnered from PAL Multiplicanurneral Tabula- tions, the total over-all points from the 15 participating parishes have doubled in the second round over first round returns. Again, all this goes to show that Progress readers do have purchasing power and with the encouragement of all pastors, how can PAL be not a pal to those trusty advertisers who have lflmwn faith in the Catholic market? e Bi-Monthly Award Standings, according to PAL .Multiplican- meral Tabulations: SECOND ROUND FINALISTS 1) Holy Family, Seattle, $100 2).Holy Trinity, Brernerton, $50 3) St. Edwards, Seattle, $40 4) St. Mortice's, Mercer Island, $30 5) Visitation, Tacoma $20 6) St. Benedict's, Seattle, $15 7) Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattle, $15 8) St. Margaret's, Seattle, $10 : 9) Asmamption, Seattle, $10 10) St, Mary's, Seattle, $10 FIRST ROUND FINALISTS I) Visitation, Tacoma, $100 2) Holy Trinity, Bremerton, $50 3) Christ the King, Seattle, $40 4) St. Mary's, Seattle, $30 5) Assumption, Seattle $20 6) Our Lady of Guadulupe, Seattle, $15 7) Holy Family, Seattle, $15 8 St, Monica's, Mercer Island, $10 9) St. Benedict's, Seattle, $10 10) St. Paul's, Seattle, $10 e PAL WILL BE featured at the Thursday, April 22, election meeting of St. Benedict's Mothers Club in the Seattle parish school auditorium. U and I Sugar's colorful 25-minute movie film, "Saga in Sugar," will be shown at 7:45 pro. Fifty PAL points are being credited to St. Benedict's for each person viewing the film, said Mrs. Melville (Clar) Forde, PAL parish captain. . :./' highlighting the evening will be Don Andre, speaking :th CYO summer camp program. Hostesses are mothers of the second grade, headed by Mesdames DeVoe Thomas and '3ackie Harding. THE MOTHERS' CLUB is spearheading the PAL game at St. Benedict's, two.time Top 10 finisher in the contest's two ld. monthly Multiplicanumeral Tabulations, The mothers are shoot- ing for audio-visual equipment for the school, O "Saga in Sugar" will also be showing U and rs message at 8 pm the same .Thursday in Christ the King's Parents Club meeting in the Seattle parish hall, announced Mrs. Bengt (Shirley) Aspiund, Christ the King PAL co-captain. The U and I movie has been seen at Visitation in Tacoma and has engagements also at Seattle's Our Lady of Guadalupe, Holy Family and Assumption Parishes. .:. .-. .:. Mrs. William (Betty) Anderson, captain of PAL's second round winning parish--Holy Family of Seattle, was asked at a PAL captains' luncheon if she is "related" to the "Betty Anderson" of television's "Peyton Place." "NO," she answered, "I belong to the 'Father Knows Best' family!" , [ Activities Calendar Major events sponsored by Catholic organiza- tions are listed here. The purpose of the calendar is to aid in avoiding conflict of dates in scheduling events. Listings should be sent to The Progress in writing. April 19, leSS---Spring Jubilee Dinner Dance for Seattle Pre- ,p.. ,1y Scho parents, alum- ina, friends, Olympic Hotel. April 22, 1963 -- St. Brigid Id of St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Federal Way, Lunch- eon Fashion Show, II:30 p.m. con Fashion Show, 11:30 a.m. Elks Lodge, Auburn'. Reserva- tions VE 9-0902, VE 9-1664. April 23, 1965--St. Catherine's irish Parents' Club S t y I e Show,  p.m., School Gymnas- ium, 85th and 8th NE, $I. . April , 1965---Sacred Heart, Enumclaw, annunl Ham Din- ner, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the pa.rish hall.  April 28, 1963 -- Holy Roary Hi S c h o o I Mothers Club  Slingtime Fashio Show and ,, Luncheon, 12 noon at Burien Elk's Lodge, 1st Avenue South and 14nd. ApJ 2s, lm -  Dub --deum't card party, 12:30 p.m., St, l Claver Center, 1610 East Jeffea'son. Tickets, $1 may be reserved with Mrs. Vincei , EA 2-0338. April 29, lS--St. Mount St. vinct  Card Puny, I rm-,  B,,m, Oly-  pie Hotel. Tckets, $1.25 at the  door or W'E 7-3700. ' .... May 1, 1965 -- Holy Names ', Academy Alumnae Luncheon at  Arctic Club, 12:30 p.m. May 1, 1965 -- National Jes- uit Alumni Ball, Seattle Center. May 2, 1965 -- St. Anne's Paish, Tacoma, Annual Smorgasbord, 12 noon, to 6 pro. Nlay 4, 196S--St. Anne's Sanc mary Spring Luncheon in the parish hall. May 4, 1965 -- Frencisco Sec- tion of Our Lady of Fatima parish, anmml Swing Lunch- con and Style Show at 12 noon, the Windjammer Restaurant. May 3, 1965 -- Alumnae re- ception for new gradamtes at Holy Names Academy. May 3, 1965 -- St. Martin's Mothers Club Burse Party, 1:30 p.m.; Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. May 8, 196S -- Chareso Club's 5th Azmiversary Dance, 9:30 pro, Women's Century Club, 8th and Roy. For single adult' Catholics. Reservations, $3, AT 3-0716. May 12, l-,Duroclm. Club Annual Dessert Card Party, 12:30 p.m. Holy Namee Acad- e,y'-,, 13, 1965 -- Association for Catholic Childhood spring luncheon, G e o r g i a n Room, Olympic Hotel. May 18, 19,-- Catholic Daughters of America Commun. ion, 9:15 Mass, St. James Cao thedml. May 23, 1969 -- Chareso Club Pancake Breakfast for New- manr Mexico project, Blessed Sacrement Church Hall, 5041 9th NE. Reservations For almnni of all Jesuit col- $I, adults, 50 ce 0hildren leges and universities. Dance-- under 10, $5, the faly. Miss 9:30 to 12:30 o'clock. Call Tim Pat Cavmmgh, EA 2-7711. : Ha, SU Alumni Office: EA September 23, 1985- Seattle 3-0400. University G u i I d Luncheon, ' May I, 1965 -- Or Lady of "Game of Fashio and Its Play- Guadalupa Parish Fairmount ors," Olympic Hotel. : Guild, Cotton Ball Spring October 18, 196S--Association , Dance, 9:30 pm et Highpoint for Catholic Childhood Fantasy i Hall, 3000 SW Graham St. Fair, Seattle Cent. PAL's of the Week Hail from Holy Family JAR TOPS, bags, bottle caps and every other proof.of.purchase items for The Progress Advertised Labels (PAL)contest are valued treasures to these ladies at Seattle's Holy Family Parish, PAL's bi-monthly second-round winner. Mrs. William (Betty)Anderson (center) is PAL parish captain. With her are Mrs. John Pennock (left) and Mrs. Beldon Spores, tabulators. Another member of Holy Fanfily's PALtabulating committee is Mrs. Robert Molitor. These hard.working ladies, like all others in the 15 PAL-partidpating parishes, are busy at work garnering more awards in the 13.week contest. At Holy Fam- ily, PAL is being spearheaded by the Parents' Club, striving to gain audio-visual equip- ment for the White Center parish school. --(Progress Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) Sunny Jim Slogan Winner ST. RITA'S Pari;h in Tacoma was the recipient of a check for $50 by virtue of Felix L. Julian winning the Sunny Jim Bugle Slogan Contest. Julian (left) is shown present- ing his award to his pastor, Father A. J. Baffaro SJ. Julian, who lives at 2715 S. 8th St., is in his 10th year as secretary-treasurer of St. Rita's Holy Name Society. Sunny Jim Food Products is a Progress Advertised Labels (PAL) contest advertising participant. Sweeten Your Easer Driver Tips." Are Chains Necessary? O Doyou recommend chains when driving on ice? I've been told that chains are of no use on icy pavement; in fact some people say they're more of a hindrance than a help. A No experienced t r u c k driver who makes his living be- hind the wheel would ever tell you that chains are a hindrance on icy pavement. They give you better control on straight.away driving, give you better trac- tion and help you to stop in a shorter distance. Brake pressure should be ap- plied gently and with a pump- ing motion, not by tromping on the pedal and holding it down. Truck drivers sometimes have to put on as many as three sets- six individual chains in all--on their rigs. The most you ever have to put on is one set. With U Yet the professional driver is and I Sugar always quitereadyto"iron-up" or chain-up whenever the Why not make your own Hot dered sugar to the remaining pavement conditions require it-- Cross Buns this Easter? "Your egg white. Use this as a frost- in ice, snow or slush. family will love the "fresh from ing for piping crosses on warm (DRIVER TIPS i preented the oven" flavor and texture of buns. Yield: 1 dozen, by this newspaper in coopera- this easy-to-do home recipe. As Easter Coconut Nests tion with Washington Motor a special Easter gift to friends Transport Association. Ques. tions may be addressed to The or neighbors, why not double or triple the recipe? Have enough for the family and extras to present to special friends. And for a special garnish for your Easter ham or tur- key, try these colorful, delicious Easter Coconut Nests filled with your favorite fruit salad. For a spectacular display, make two batches using a dif- feren food color for each and alternate on the platter. Jiffy Hot Cross Buns 1 pkg. active dry yeast or 1 cake compressed yeast cup water 1 egg yolk 2 cups packaged biscuit mix cup currants 2 Tbsp. granulated U&I Sugar tsp. cinnamon  1 slightly beaten egg white 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup powdered U&I Sugar Soften dry or compressed yeast in lukewarm water. Add next 5 ingredients; beat vigor- ously for 2 or 3 minutes. Turn out on surface well-dusted with biscuit mix. Knead till smooth, about 25 strokes. Roll out to inch. Cut with floured 2 inch biscut cutter; shape in buns. Place in greased !lx7xl inch baking pan. Cover with damp cloth. Let rise in warm place till a 1 m o s t double, 1 to 1 hours. If desired, cut shallow cross in each bun with scissors. Brush tops with slightly beaten egg white. Bake in hot overt (400 degrees) 12-15 minutes or until done. Remove to cooling rack. Add vanilla and pew- 2 cups shredded coconut / cup powdered U&I Sugar 2 tsps. green food coloring  tsp. water 3 tblsps, butter, melted Combine coconut, sugar, food coloring and water in a large plastic bag. Squeeze out air, fasten with rubber band, and work with your hands until the coconut has absorbed the food coloring. Blend coconut and melted butter. Spoon into muf- fin tin and mold to form 6 nests, dip muffin tin into luke- warm water. Lift out nests. Fill nests with your favorite fruit salad and top with a mara- schino cherry. Yield 6 nests. eea fp y s ETAOIN ETAOINN Art at Fair MADRID (NC) -- E1 Greco's painting "The Annunciation" and an exhibit of Roman- eSClUe Otristian art from the 10th to 15th centuries will be among the new displays at the Spanish pavilion at the New York World's Fair it was an- nounced here. The pavilion opens for the 1965 season April 21. Editor or to WMTA, 4101 4th Ave. So.. Seattle. 98134) Basque Tongue Used for Mass MADRID (NC)--Government and Church spokesmen here categorically denied reports published abroad to the effect that fines had been imposed on some Basques in the village of Yurre for demanding that Mass be celebrated in the Basque language. Actually, Bishop Pablo Gur- pide of the Basque diocese of Bilbao on the bay of Biscay has approved a text for the celebration of Mass in the ver- nacular. Basque is used for the liturgy in the Basque provinces just as Catalonian is used in the Barcelona area and Cas- tillian (Spanish) is in use else- where. Your best bet for sports and CYO news of significance is in The Progress. Radio Program Begins 30th Year GARRISON, N.Y. (NC)--The Ave Maria Hour, a radio pro- gram dramatizing the lives of the saints, will begin its 20th year of broadcasting this month. The program started April 28, 1935. It is produced by the Franciscan Friars of the Atone- ment at Graymoor monastery here. BU SU00IIM SLOGAN CONTEST WINNER , MR. FELIX L. JULIAN 2715 S. 8th St. Tacoma St. Rita's Parish, Tacoma FOR THE VERY FINEST IN PEANUT BUTTER FINE FOODS MUSTARD" SYRUPS & TOPPINGS" JAMS" JELLIES PRESERVES. FRUIT DRINKS & POP ALWAYS BUY... St. Martin's Gives Scholarships i'o Exam Winners OLYMPIA -- Eighth- grade boys, numbering 130, have tak- en the entrance examination for St. Martin's High School. The two students scoring highest in the tests receive full tuition scholarships of $300 a year, renewable for four years. Jerry Kellogg and Paul Koe- nigs were the winners, accord- ing to Father Conrad Rausch OSB, principal Jerry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kellogg, 8207 50th Ave. E., in St. Ann's Parish, Tacoma. Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Koenigs, 809 N. Sheridan St. in St. Patrick's Parish, Tacoma. St. Martin's Mothers Set Annual Party new (from MAJORETTE) Quick.Cooking Cornered Extra Thin Spaghetti (cooks in 5 minutes) OR 'It RY FETT|]CCIN E ' MAJOR ITALIAN FOODS CO., INC. 1914 S. Corgiat Dr., Seatt[eWssh, O OSUGAR,OMEECONOM:T i -- / MRS FRANK PAVOLKA TACOMA--St. Martin's Moth- ers' Club will hold its annual Spring Party April 23 at 8 pm in Visitation Parish Hall. The new Coadjutor Abbot, of St. Martin's Abbey, the Rt. Rev. Gerald R. Desmond OSB and other members of the com- munity have been asked to at- tend the event which will aid two scholarships presented by St. Martin's each year. Mrs. William Hulscher is [| chairman, assisted by Mrs. I I Frank Pavolka, president, Everyone is welcome and tickets may be obtained from any member or at the door. % POINTS \\;- BUY U and I, the Energy-high SUGAR from Our Land. BONUS POINTS: for showing colorful movie "Sga In Sugar" -- 25 min. Call MA. 2-8880, ask for "Amabel" for details. I @ I I I I, I I I I A ""' Hansen "'"*' 0' Family. of Favorites LIII Sunbeam Ba.tter- Wh,pped 25 Points Hansen's Hillbilly 2S Points Hansen's , Sunspun 25 Points. I I I Hansen Sunbeam Bakincj Co. Seattle, Bellingham, Tacoma, 600.1st No. Seattle