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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, April 17, 1964 NSF Chooses Archbishop Officiates at 12th Child Baptisms !!00!i!i00ii!i00ii!!!iii!i!i!i00!00i!iEi00i00!iii00 sor, holding Mark Bryan; Sister Ignatius, F.C.S.P.; the Archbishop; Rev. Cletus Mc El Hatton; Mrs. Henderson; Mr. Henderson, and Sister Mary Barbara, F.C.S.P.; in front, Michael, 10; Ignatia, 7; Frances, 8; Suzanne, 4; Wayne, 11, and Mary Jo, 9. re(Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) FOLLOWING THE baptism of Susan Lorraine Adams, 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams, April 11, at St. Joseph Mission Church, Sequim, The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, is pictured with the baby's family and godparents. In the back row, from left, are Rev. Alcuin Lawrence, O.S.B., pastor of Queen of Angels Church, Port Angeles; Mrs. Adams, holding Robert Mark; the Arch- bishop; Mrs. Fred Schnuriger, holding Susan Lorraine, and Mr. Schnuriger, sponsors. In front, Elizabeth Ann, Margaret Diane, Mary Deirene, John Frederick, standing in front of Matthew Charles, Patrick Francis, Paul Andrew and Mrs. Gerald Monson (Florence Marie.) Missing from the picture are the children's father and two other children, Phillip Doyle, Airman Second Class stationed at Moses Lake, and Harvey Jacob, a corporal in the United States Marine Corps. PRESENT AT St. Joseph Church April 11 when the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, bap- tized Mark Bryan Henderson, 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henderson were, from left, in rear, Thomas George, 17, a sponsor; Rosemary, 15; Rev. Leo T. Eckstein, S.J., pastor of St. Joseph's; Mrs. Clifford P. Hatton, proxy span- OLYMPIA -- For the third consecutive year, St. Martin's College has been selected by the National Science Founds- Science Fair Winners Families Honored Saturday Announced At Seahursf - s00ATT,E-- -- FIRST-PLACE winners in the three divisions of St.- Francis of Assisi Parish's science fair were, from left, Joseph Bocek (Intermediate), son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bocek of 14965 16th Ave. S.W.; Jeffrey (Primary) and Ned (Upper) Buch- man, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Buchman, 218 S.W. 178th St. SEAHURST -- Some 300 stu- dents in grades first through eighth participated in the se- cond annual science fair at St. Francis of Assisi School April 7-8. Awards were given in pri- mary, intermediate, and upper divisions, with judging by Jan M. Smith of the Seattle Uni- versity physics department and his committee. Winners w e r e: PRIMARY DIVISION -- Jeffrey Buchman, first; Douglas Nelson, second; Theresa Mansfield, third; Moi- re Gray and Michael Buch- man, honorable mention. INTERMEDIATE DIVISION Joseph Bocek, first; Robert Dorres. second; Deborah Fleck, third; George Klos, and Joseph Castagna, honorable mention. UPPER DIVISION -- Ned Buchman, first; Henry Ray- mond, second; Gene Gray, third; Linda McEaehern, Con- stance Laning and Margaret Lambert, honorable mention. Mark Bryan Henderson, born March 11, is a lucky boy, even though he's still too young to realize it. In the first place, because he is the 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henderson of 927 20th Ave. East, Mark Bryan was baptized April I1 at St. Jo- seph Church by the Most Rev- erend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle. The Archbishop in 1959 in- augurated the custom of per- sonally baptizing the 12th child in Catholic families of the Archdiocese. Present for the baptism were Sister Ignatius, F.C.S.P., and Sister Maw Barbara, F.C.S.P., both of St. Peter Claver Center; Mrs. Clifford P. Hatton, who served as proxy, sponsor for her daughter, Mrs. Ray A. Frick of Renton who was ill; and Roy. Cletus Mc El Hatton, pastor of St. Mary's Church at Barnaby River, New Bruns- wick, Canada, and the uncle of Mrs. Hatton's late husband. And then, little Mark Bryan is lucky because he has a rather special family. Although he was Mr. and Mrs. Hender- son's 12th child, the family also has five foster children, so the "grand total" is 17! The Hendersons, originally from Baton Rouge, La., came to Seattle 21 years ago. Both are converts, as are come of the older children. The fam- ily lived in St. Teresa Parish until moving to St. Joseph's seven months ago. Mr. Henderson is a commer- cial painter, and belons to (he parish men's clubs, including the Holy Name Society. M r s. Henderson somehow finds time to held out with the Mothers Club, along with all her other duties. The older Henderson chil- dren are Thomas Joseph, 18, a senior at Garfield High School, where he plays the drums; Thomas George, 17, (who was a sponsor for his new brother), and Edgar Al- len, 1S, both juniors at Gar- field, and Rosemary, 15. a sophomore at Immaculate High SeheoL At St. Teresa's School are Deborah, 14, seventh grade; Wayne, 11, fifth grade; Mi- chael, 10. fourth grade: Ma Jo, 9, third grade: Frances, 8, and Ignatia, 7, both first grade. At home with Mark Bryan and Mother are Suzanne, 4, and two of the foster children, Jim- my, 4, and Rabble, 21. The other foster children, Joseph, 11, and John, 9, attend Summit School, and Samuel, 7, goes to Stevens School. All of the children have an interest in sports. Mrs. Hen. derson said, and at home, "Everybody, even the little ones, have something to do." After all, a household with 17 children and seven bedrooms has plenty of work to go 'round. BREMERTON, TACOMA: The Most R e v e r e n d present at the baptism because Thomas A. Connolly, offi- ciated at a second 12th child baptism Saturday, April 11, at St. Joseph Mission Church, Sequim. The infant, Susan Lorraine Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams of James- town, near Sequim, was born March 16. This was the first iime the Archbishop had administered a baptism in the Sequim church, although two years ago, he baptized the 12th child of a Port Angeles fam- ily. Assisting .with the baptismal ceremonies was Rev. Alcuin Lawrence, O.S.B., pastor of Queen of Angels Church in Port Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schnuriger of Sequim were the baby's godparents. Mr. Adams, a crab fisherman at Dungeness, was unable to be of his work schedule. Also missing were the two eldest Adams children, Har- vey Jacob, a corporal in the United States Marine Corps, and Phillip Doyle, an Airman Second Class, stationed at Moses Lake. The family's other children are Mrs. Gerald Monson (Flor- ence Marie), Matthew Charles, Elizabeth Ann, Margaret Diane, Paul Andrew, Patrick Francis, Mary Deirene, John Frederick and Robert Mark. Three of the children, Mat- thew, Elizabeth and Margaret attend the Sequim public school and Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Classes. The younger children are not yet of school age. The children are the grand- children of Jacob Hall, known as Chief Whitefeather of the Clallam Indians, and a James- town pioneer. Report Only Light Jamming VATICAN CITY (NC) -- Communist lemmings of Vatican Radio broadcasts in Iron Curtain countries are "very, very light," according to reports received at the radio headquarters here. The jamming stopped almost entirely during the second ses- sion of the Vatican council. At the end of the session it began again on a sporadic basis, Vatican Radio officials said. In Czechoslovakia, where Vatican Radio is heard with little difficulty, the reception of other Western stations such as Radio Free Europe is difficult because of frequent jamming. The radio interference of such stations has never completely stopped, although it has varied in intensity, officials said. Trophies Won In School Speech Tournaments Tacoma Grade School Speech Winners WINNERS IN Tacoma's Bellarmine Grade School Speech Contest April 4 were, from left, Alton McKinnon Jr. (Cabrini); Dennis Kerr (Visitation); Mark Blares (St. Michael, Olympia); Lolito Badilla (Visitation), kneeling, holding the sweepstakes trophy won by Visitation for the second year in a row; Christopher Petrich (St. Patrick); William Fallen (Star of the Sea), and Ralph Johnson (Visitation). Eight grade schools and 84 contest- ante participated in the contest for which Mr. James Riley, S.J., was director. Bremerton Oratory Winners A TROPHY AND gold seal certificates prove that long hours of practice are worthwhile for a speech contest. These four students from Bremerton's Our Lady Star of the Sea School, from left, Dennis Fallen, Virgil Kress, William Fal- len and Christopher Washington, were the big winners from Bremerton in the seventh annual oratorical contest at Belier- mine High School in Tacoma Saturday, April 4. William Fallen won the trophy for his first place in the serious divi- sion. The Sweepstakes award went to Visitation School, Tacoma. (Photo Courtesy o] the Bremerton Sun) 23 Receive First Honors At Blanchet Twenty-five students at Blan- chet High School have received first honors, according to its third quarter honor roll. The honor roll includes: SENIORS First Honors: Toni Berselll, Lynn eroadgate, Lawrence Dlckson, Cheryl Graham, Korea Keller, Ann MacAdam, Mary Ann Meulemans, Donald Parda, Barbara Swan. Second Honors: Philip Anderson, Fa- trlcla Bar, Michael Banner, Stephen Blngham, Shelia Donovan, Janls Ea- ton, Ronald Ferwerda, Susan Finney, Lucy Fournler, Patrick Frink, Jim Gluffre, Andrew Gorse, Mourn Goggln, Peony Hlgglns, William Klfchln, Kay La(]rled. WIIllam Lobe, Kathryn Marln, Patrick McBride, Cheryl McConn, Ste- phen McCarthy, Joan Rasmussen, Lau- rene Reublsh, Richard Rledel, Bonnie Roach, Kathleen Scherrer, Elaine Smith, Paula Suppee, John Tawney, Jean Torgerson, Mlchele Welch. JUNIORS First Honors: Kathryn Earnowe, Koth- leen Corr, Marllyn Jaeger, Mary Mc- Dermott. Second Honors: Crolg Duncan, Terry Duffey, Mary Hermann, Stephen Hough- ton, Susan Hyde, Margaret Kleffner, Mary Marlin, Moureen Murphy, Kath. ryn Olsfad, Kathryn Phlllon, Paula Piper, Margaret Schumocher, Mary Tolstad, Patrlcla Williams, Marllyn Zuglsh. SOPHOMORES First Honors: Jim Duff, Jeaneffe Mlodenovlc. Second Honors: Mary Kay Beeby, Diane Davis, Julle DIJosaph, Llnda Dunafov, Victoria Emel, Barbara Fla- kus, Robert Gardner, Paula Holden, Sharon Laurldsen, Cloudeffe Marina, Carol Matkln, Anne McCann, Korea Mc- Mahon, John Miller, Colleen Murphy, Cynthia Nelson, Margaret Pammert, Nancy Parda, Ann Shevlln, Pofrlclo 5nearlnger, Llla Stocey, Chrlsflne Rowe. FRESHMEN First Honors: Thomas Serselll, John Cassfdy, Susan Dlon, Nancy Duncan, Denise Durkln, Virginia Griswold, Rob- ert Horn, Brian Kern, Grog Phlllppsen, Diane Robblns. Second Honors: L I n d a Antonclch, James Bannon, a U n nee Butterfleld, Kathleen Carter, Thomas Cullen, Janet Dadoslo, Adele Davis, Gary Deweese, Torrance Donovan, Margaret Duff, Judy Finley, Stephanle Glerman, Bar- barn Necker, Mary Houghaw, Robert J o h n s, Candace Johnson, PatrlOa glelfer, Candace Lennox, Kathryn Lep- tlcll, Dennis Noland, Mary Ann Par- sons, Meegan Prove, Koran Reynolds, Corinne Rledel, William Ryon, Jeanne SImard, Susan Soderberg, Kathleen Splllane, Bonita Strothmon, Ellen art- bled, Cbrol Vonablo. tion as a training center for secondary teachers. The training courses will be given weekly during the coming school year in the form of an in-service insti- tute for science and mathe- matics teachers in public and private schools near the college. The program again will bn ) ) under the direction of Rev.', John Raymond, O.S.B., head of the mathematics department at St. Martin's and also direc- tor of the past two institutes. He will be lecturer for 30 teachers of secondary mathe- matics, treating the newer phases of emphasis in geome .e  t ) try. The 30 weekly meetings on Saturday mornings will contin- ue from September to May. The Rev. Bede Ernsdorff, O. S.B., head of the chemistry de- partment, will present a paral- lel program for 20 chemistry teachers in sessions scheduled some M o n d a y evenings and some Saturdays. College fees, books and transportation expenses are furnished without east to the  ) 50 selected participants, and aeademie credit is granted on eompletion of the pro- gram. This credit is applic- able to requirements for pro- motion in rank and salary and also may be used for fifth - year certification re- quirements. Inquiries about either pro- gram should be directed to the Institute Director, Rev. 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