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121 Firs÷ Communican÷s Receive At Holy Rosary Parish Church A large class of 121 children received their First HolyCom- nmnion Holy Thursday, April 15, at Holy Rosary Church. First communicants were: Cynthia Adlum, Mary Arkoosh. Katherine Blake, Karen But- Dler, Thomas Butler, Kenneth Kathleen Cesmat, Patricia Campo, Dahlem, Michael Dempsey, Debra DuCharme, Leslie Dunlap, John Foote, Barbara Foster, Cheryl French. Theresa Gaynor, Rita Good, Michael Greer, John Hendry, Terfence Herren. Marlene Huclk, Thomas Jergens, Donna Jones, Theresa King, Michael McCluskey, Kevin McGiUis, .lack Miller, Timothy Modin, Cleon Monette, Robert Naaman, Bruce Neweli, Susan Newton, Kathleen Phelan, Heidi Porter, Joseph Reid, Mary Richards, Carol Rutelonis, Patrick Shaughnessy, Joleen Smith. Barbara Thomas, Stephen Tilford Karen Tyler, David Vague, Maureen Venables, Brigid Walsh, Dana Werlech, Stephen Alm- quist, Lionel Atkinson, Michael Ballah, Rosalynda Cettolin, Jamie Day, Edward Dial, Stephanie Fagan, Scott Fincke, Brian Gagner, Mark Garland, Kenneth Heuman, Ted HOckey. Robert Hirsch, Richard Hobson, Patricia Hedge, Michael Holland, Robert Holleman, Michael Hudspeth, Glenn Kelly, Tere- sa Kramer, Steven Lacher, Randall Leskovar, David MOBs, Mark McGillis, Allen Munguia, Gina Musso, William Neudorfer, Lisa Peabody, Michael Randolph, Edward Reichelt. Jacqueline Renn, Michael Rooney, Diana Sacco, Teresa Scott, Anthony Tarabokija, Michael Vincent, Michael Wallace, Janet Weibel, Anthony Zuclich, Kimberly Hagel, Charmaine Atkins. Christine Christodoulou, William Cyr, Suzanne D'Amaur, Donna Jean Ekoes, Byron Frazier, Brian Funke, Rnnald Gai, Anita Giorgetti, Gregory Hanson, Mario Gonzales, Teresa Har- beck, Richard Hendrickson, Rory Hendrickson, Cynthia Kelly. Ronda Kilwine, AI Krininger, Julie Lister, Scott Lucas, Mar- tha McAndrews, Timothy McAndrews, Roch Rene McInnis, Kath- lcen McCleary, Pamela Michels, Bonita Myers, Barbara Ovesen, David Paxton, Eleanor Randecker, Teresa Rasmussen, Jean Marie R!tch, Patrick Ross, Pamela Stone, Steven Sullivan, Mi- chael Waltz, Valorie Wheeler, Marie Withers. Four÷h Degree Sla÷es Formal Past .faithful navigators of James Shields General Assem- bly wiil be honored at the Fourth Degree Knights of Co- lumbus' Spring Formal dinner- dance Saturday, April 24, in Barnes Country Kitchen in Bellevue. Festivities start at 7 pm with dinner at 8 and dancing until 12 midnight to the music of Dave Forbes and his orchestra. Admission is $13 per couple, according to John Cantrill, chairman. Reservations are lim- ited to 100 couples and may be made by calling SH 6-0619. Gonzaga Offers Communication rh Workshop SPOKAN E -- Mrs. Florence Orvik, conItant in elementary education for Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., publishers, will conduct a workshop on Current Trends in Communica- tion Arts during the 1965 Sum- ruer Session at Gonzaga Univer- fity, Dr. William H. Barber, director of the summer session, said today• The workshop is scheduled as a night class, five days a week -from 7-9:30 p.m., June 14-25. Such topics as "Good Practices in Reading," "Two Spheres of Writing: Practical and Person- al," "Communications--An In- tegrated Art," and "Channeliz- ing Pupils' Thinking" will be covered, Bellarmine Event Slated Easter Monday TACOMA--The annual Easter Monday card party sponsored by the Philomathea Mothers' Club of Bellarmine High School set for April 19 at 1 p.m. in the school gymnasium will mark the 25th anniversary of the event. Co-chairmen Mrs. William Leedom and Mrs. Don Gries- meyer announce the theme will be "Oriental Interlude." Club president Mrs. Leo Mindery Sr. will greet guests wearing an authentic oriental costume. Guests of honor will be past presidents. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Edward Danz, Mrs. Cyril Galagan or at the door. St. Patrick's, Tacoma, Sets Spring Dance SPRINGTIME IN TOKYO will be the theme of St. Patrick's, Tacoma, Mothers Club dance to be held Saturday, April 24, in the Bellarmine cafeteria. Mrs. James O'Hearn, left, president of the Mothers Club, Mrs. Thomas Handley, chairman, and Mrs. Gerard Cavanagh, general chairman, simulate a Japanese tea service as they complete plans for the event. They may be called for reservations. Order of Martha The Order of Martha -- Will meet Thursday, April 22, at 12:30 pm at the home of Nel- Many Post Easter Eve00nts Slated galnbridcje Island St. Cecilia's Altar Society--. Annual Spring Luncheon Wed- nesday, April 21, at 12 noon in the parish hall. Featured will be a style show with children's and adult's fashions modeled by Altar So- ciety members and their chil- dren. Mrs. Neff Malarkey, Mrs. G. C. Menalia and Mrs. D. M. Brown are co-chairmen assisted by Mesdames Edward Ulloa, M.D. Shutes, James Gagner and Herbert Allen. Mrs. Elmer Warner will be the commenta- tor. Weekly Rosary in honor of Our Lady of Fatima--Will be said Tuesday, April 20, at 1 Seattle The Aloha Club (Senior Citi- zen's Group) will meet Wednes- day, April 21, at 10:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Parish Hall, 18Oh Ave. East and East Aloha. Pro- gram will include two techni- color pictures and bridge les- sons. Bring sandwich, coffee, tea served. Registration will be taken for volunteers to participate in "Project Visitation," calling on sick, lonely and handicapped elderly persons on Capitol Hill. Chancellor Club -- Annual Men's Retreat May 7, 8, 9 at the Palisades Retreat House for single men between the ages of 21-35. For reservations, $5, contact Seattle ril 25, at Sacred Heart Church, 205 2nd North. Breakfast at the Plaza Res- taurant in the Seattle Center. The speaker will be Fred Cor- dova, staff writer for the Progress. Reservetiens, $3, may be made with Miss Matilda Pfef- far, AT 4-5493, or Joe Janak, EA 3-9947. Durocher Club--Meeting has been changed from Friday, April 16, to Friday, April 30, in Holy Names Academy, at 1 p.m. Immaculate High School Parent's Club will meet Thurs- day, April 22, at 8 p.m. in the school Auditorium. Our Lady of Guadalupe pm at the homes of Mrs. Ed- III School -- Book Fair Sunday, ward Ulloa, Hawley and Mrs. C'"A  April 25, and Monday, April lie Thomas, 419 Queen Anne William Chavanu, Busklins Hill, t..>_....  26 in the school building. Ave. Pleasant Beach. 'h-'-'-:"'o, D,  Books will be available for '€Idleness is hews fish-hook The Rosary will be recited  q, hAMFBJIIV"JF_  anyone wishing to donate to Thursday, April 22, at 2 pm L#'wA'l, lr  p] the school library again Sun- for catching s0ulsl" at Lynnwood Sanitarium. t.... ,[ day, May 3, after all the Masses. --St. Ignatius of Loyola All are welcome. i./tJ)]  Everyone is, invited to [--., "browse around' through the • wide selection of books for 'Year's Best' Hammond Organs from Sin00 I /C_.-JL_A/WUII children. St. Alphonsus Altar Society-- Kimball Pianos I ,-rY]T'll[[" Will meet Tuesday, April 20, at Rent for $7.95 I llPJE::ELtg#tt,!m) Is Coming SHIRMAN.OLAY j -xvti[b:>-,,sm.-...v-'v l.gLsg 12:30 pm in the church meet- ing room. Potluck luncheon will .. to Chareso =0s w. $th i be served. 352 3791 OLYMPIA • " , [ Ed Klaport, EA 4-6497. Hostesses will be Mesdames Chareso Club -- Communion Eleanor Powers, Vivian Vincent STEAK & COFFEE HOUSE 614 BROADWAY E. 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TI LE-- STONE BRICK and SLATE FIREPLACES KITCHENS and BATHS ENTRANCES SU. 2-0727 6801 DAYTON AVENUE SEATTLE Sunday with breakfast follow- ing the 9:30 Mass Sunday, Ap- in BREMERTON 3 fin stores to Nrvo yore FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hopltal Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 On the reed to the old Hospital Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy U0 Sth St ......... ES 7-37S3 free parking & prescription delivery PRE-EASTER SPECIAL April 17th BANANA SPLITS Reg. 4k Special ......... 29 ˘ NIENABER'S DAIRY OUEEN WE. 7-0227 10ZS6 - 16oh Ave. S.W. SeaHle KIFIGEN'S CHICKEN and STEAK HOUSE 423 AIRPORT WAY RENTON AL 5-9854 and N. W. Federspiel. St. Catherine's Parish Parents Club  Will present a pattern style show Friday, April 23 at 8 p.m. in the school gynasium, 85th and 8th hE. With the theme "New As Tomorrow" clothes for men .OME o *HE d GREEN APPLE PIE l 521 Pike St. 11 STEAKS • HOME-BAKED PIES II reasonable prices I "LIVE" MUSIC NIGHTLY I ORCHARD ROOM MA 2-649011 q FrTdsy, April 16, 1,965 THE PROGRESS--II, Passover Feast At St. Patrick's Tacoma PASSOVER FEAST was presented at St. Patrick's Parish, Tacoma, by Temple Bethel under the leadership of Rabbi Richard Rosenthal in place of the usual Lenten devotions recently in preparation for better understanding of the Last Supper. Father Thomas Pitsch, pastor of St. Patrick's Church, explained the implications of the Passover in connection with the Mass. Rabbi Rosenthal explained the Paschal Meal. Two hundred• attended. Parents Will Honor Sisters SISTERS OF St. Joseph's Grade School, Seatde, will be honored by the Parent's Club with a Silver Tea Wednesday, April 28, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Romano. Sister Victoria Ann, Mrs. Thomas Kane (standing) and Mrs. Joseph Recchi are shown making final plans. Mrs. Thomas Kane is co-chairman with Mrs. RecchL Sister Mary Roseen, superior of the school and Mesdames Joseph McMurray, John T. O'Brien and Robert Romano will greet the guests. Assisting the co-chairmen will be Mes- dames Thomas Harrold, Joseph Merrick, James Hurley, David Olwell and Charles Bosser. man. Seattle and women will be modeled by club members. Mrs. Paul Raney is chair- man. Reservations may be made by calling LA 4-3648 or LA 4-0017. St. John's Sanctuary Soci- ety -- Will hold its annual Spring Luncheon Wednesday, April 21, at 12:30 pm at Egan Hall. Mrs. Frarik Albrecht is chair- men. Program will include hair styling demonstration. Seattle Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Nurses -- Meeting Monday, April 19 at Providsnce Hospital. Benediction at 7:30 pm will be followed by business meet- ing. 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Sleavin, pro- gram chairman, has announced a special performance of the Treble Choir under the direc- tion of SWear Mary Jean, OP, which will follow the business meeting. Fatbexs of students are especially invited. LAKE CITY STORAGE 1303 N.F. Campus Parkway Near the "U" Bridge ME 3-5372 SEATTLE i Tacoma The Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima- Will meet Thurs- day, April 22 at 8 p.m. in St. Leo's auditorium. Father Fran- cis K. Schuckardt, international secretary will speak on "Peace Plan From Heaven." Initiation of new members° will follow. All tre welcome. St. Francis Sodality of St. Rita's Church -- Will hold its monthly meeting on April 21 in the rectory. Hostesses: Mrs. Josephine Johnson and Mrs. Frank Saladno. Communion Sunday will be April 25. The Pierce County Chapter of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Nurses -- M e e t i n g Thursday, April 22 with 8pro Benediction in the St. Joseph's Hospital chapel. Father William Treacy of the Catholic Information Center will speak. All RN's and LPN's are wel- come. St. Rim's Parish -- Will in- stall newly elected officers at a breakfast, May 16 at the New Yorker Care. New officers headed by Tom Bender include Pat O'Mailey, Felix Julian end Mike Pa;co. BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4.9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA NEW AND USED APPLIANCES CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. Reasonable Rates . Effic|ent and ===. careful handling by'nen ho know ho.:mwn 2-3043 219 Terry Avenue North Seattle New Ice Machine "24 x 24" In Size 15 [bs. wafer pressure. For boats, tra;ler houses, pri, vale dens and small cafes. Pr;ce including $249°0 installation ... Contact Phone LE 3-3233 Fred Anderson 104 South F St.Aberdeen