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e i 10--THE PROGRESS Friday, AprTl Fourth Degree essay opens EDWARD D. SIMA (left), faithful captain of the Knights of Columbus' James Shields General Assembly, shows the 1964 rules of the Fourth Degree's scholarship essay contest to Lois Frank and Vern Parrott. Essay topic is "What are my obligations as a student to insure the rights of minority groups." The contest, co-sponsored by the Catholic Inter- school Council of Seattle, is open to high school seniors of Catholic schools and CCD classes in King County. Limited te 750 words, the contest ends May 19 with $500 to be given te the winner for college use. Lois, 17, is a senior at Imma. culate High. Vern, 17, is a West Seattle High senior and attends confraternity classes at Holy Rosary Parish. Hootenany rage invades Bellevue BELLEVUE-- There's going to be a hootenany in Bellevue come Frkiay, April 24. It's called Eastside Hootenany and will feature nine of the best teen-age folk singing groups currently the "rage" in those suburban hills. Hootenany site is S a c r e d H e a r t Parish audi- torium, NE 14th and 95th NE. From Bellevue Junior High will come the Norsemen, the Bell-J's and the Cairns. Cairns in Gaelic means "common folk/' From Bellevue Senior High will arrive the Wanderers Three and the Minute Men. The Minute Men, composed of Mike McKinstry, Ed Kar- (long and Mike Peterson--all Sacred Heart CYO Teen Club members, features a fourth partner, Joe McKinstry, an eighth grader from Sacred Heart School. From Lake Sammamish High will come the Coachmen, the Chantones, the Stars in Stripes and the Pagan Puritans, the latter who were f o r m e r I y known as the Bugs. MC'ing this musically-talent- ed show will be Perry Allen of Seattle Radio Station KVI. The April 24th program is the first of three to be sponsored by St. Theresa's Guild of Sa- cred Heart Parish. Purpose of these hootenan- ies was aptly pointed out by Mrs. Marva Russell, chairman, who said: "'We want all of our Cath- olic students, attending Cath- olic high schools and CCD classes, to join us so that to- gether we can welcome our non-Catholic friends. This is our chance to bring a pillow and sit on the floor side-by- side to sing and to try to un- derstand each other in an ecumenical way." Mrs. Russell in extending t h i s invitation to Catholic school and CCD students, said that the two other hootenanies will be held May 15 and June 19. Try-outs for students from the eighth to 12th grades will be held for each May 3 and May 31 at 2 p.m. in the parish auditorium. She may be reached for further information at GL 4-2251. The April 24 program will CYO scoreboard No-hit, no-run game for hurler Darryl Siguenza, 13-year-old right-hander, Sunday pitched a perfect CYO cadet game for St. Margaret's against St. Teresa's at Broadway Field. The eighth grader struck out 12 batters for an 8-0 victory. Helping St. Margaret's cause was first baseman John Duff, who hit two homers for the winners. CYO scores follow: SeaHle results Girls' softball SPARTANETI'ES St. Mark 13, St. Catherlne 6. Assumption 8, Christ the KlnR 4. St. Benedict 14, St. Luke 11. St. Catherine 11, St. John & Assumption 10, St. Luke 7. St. Matthew 20, Christ the King 14. St. Mark 22, St. Eonedlot 13. Holy Family (K) 5, St. Francis 1. St. Paul 2t, St. George 17. CADETTES Mount Virgin 13, Lady of Fatima 0. St. Anne 10, St. Edward 8. St. Margaret 22, St. Teresa 9. Mount Virgin S, St. Anne O. Cathedral 6, St. Edward S. St. Joseph 12, St. Margaret 4. St. Teresa 12, Lady of Fatima 8. Assumption 12, St. Mark 13, Assump- tion 12. Blessed Sacrament S, St. Plus O. Lady of the Lake 18, St. John 9. St. Catherine 16, St. Benedict II. St. Luke 6, St. Matthew 4. St. Luke 6, St. Matthew 4. ' Blessed Sacrament 8, St. Matthew 3. Lady of the Lake 10, St. Mark 9. St. Luke 12, Assumption 7. St:. Louise 15, Holy Family (K) 7. St. George lS, H01y Family 2. St. Francis 12, Lady of Lourdes F. Holy Family 11, St. Francls 16. St. Foul 13, St. Louise 9. Bays' baseball MIDGETS Lady of Fatima 11, St. Alphonses 4. St. Anne 10, St. Cofherlne 0. St. Mark 2, Assumption 1. St. Plus X 16, St. Benedict 6. St. Anne 2, St. Benedict 0 (forfeit) Assumption 13, St. Catherine 2. St. Mark 16, St. John 6. St. Margaret 12, St. Plus X 3. Prize-winning CYO float presents international theme FEATURING the theme, "Nations Parade to United States," the CYO Tacoma District float Saturday won third-place in the fraternal group division of the 31st Puyallup Valley Daffodil Festival Parade. Co.sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, the float depicted a revolving world with representatives of various nations in native costumes. CYO girls depicting the nations included Jan Caldwell, St. Joseph's, Holland; Karen Bird, Fort Lewis, Africa; Colleen Brady, All Saints, Puyallup, Ireland; Kathy Thousands of people couldn't be wrong. They all subscribe to the Pacific Northwest's largest diocesan weekly--The Progress. How about you? HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Antush, St. Joseph's, Germany; Jo Ann Ancich, St. Leo's, Italy; Paulette Mina, St. Andrew's, Sumner, Philippines; Gwen Kawaboto, Fife, Japan; Eileen Hannity, All Saints, Poland; Judy Shensky, Holy Cross, Yugoslavia; Julie John- sen, St. John of the Woods, Norway; and John Harrigan, St. Andrew's, Austria. Some 25,000 daffodils were used on the 33.foot float, ranked behind Job's Daughters and thef Afire Shrine Temple entries, both from Tacoma. --(Photo by Joseph N. Shensky) t4eeoooooooeeeooeeeee*' e --BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD'--] i Earl Spangler : Save Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER | CDIDATES  TLD AS: / :llllllJm L,. :  Registered Nurses, X-Ray, Laboratory Technicians, I : ,EA'T, , Pharmacists, Therapists, Office Personnel l:Ll ROUP ee l Write: Director of Vocations I  ee  St. John of od Hospital L. Angeles 18, OallL le: j FAMILY : : ,.o. : o HOSPITAL e e MADISON LUMBER CO. ilia .oR,A, last from 8 to 11 p.m. Donation st. Edward IS, St. Francis l. is 75 cents for 11. Mount Virgin IS, St. Edward 3. Pat, Lumber and Hardware ""nka fime to read fountalnTMI /  SPARTANS ......... ,-- . .. d,,,,hA Oaf wisdom. Take time fo work e dFe-- m 7 St. John 7, St. Luke S. Carroll ladies give check aT. LeO s Monors Assumption 19, St. Alphonsus 4. ZUZ| . Madison r.As, d[.,ovau ;plnyepric" --f secretSUCCeSS'ofTakehealth.timeTekeete A CHECK for $900 recently presented was to Father A " " " nn CADETS S e God Throu h otlme to pray--everleshng life. .. ounced st JoSeph 9, St. Margaret2. Teachi:,Youth Work,issions ......... . ..... .L...A | :Agent for : Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CYO director, by Mrs. Ver- 'rArna Do;,. :.4 Lady Of Fatima s, st. Teresa O. aenF. Raschko on behalf of the Carroll Club Ladies Auxil- honors" ....... for the--third .......... termSat ..... St. St.MountMUntCaVirgln8, 8,Sacredst. BanedlctHeart 6.1. Wr,ng Forml.u Tr.d.: [.ill |lfrq])['[[K alxl ]i|ulJ) !, [.Uo | : DHIMEq Ugld' : ht W. The contribution to the CYO was from proceeds of , St. Anna 10, St. Edward S. Social Warlc Clerical Worx I t Illillllhl/ Mall t/ t Lees High School were Joanne La "'- of Fatima 9 Immaculate -- Pot' Information write: Brother Reamnable Relli . . .  and aaa.  Aa I ........... the ,,December. premiere showing of the movxe," "The Card- Hambhn," senior;" Alberta Can- St."'Margaret I1, St.' Teresa 0. " ilbert Burke. S .... t.J L---JI' L L ..... L .... i mare z-u4.s I A3URANLk : trial, markmg the first undertaking of the auxiliary. Look. oao P_;! 7I .... .i x1'1.. Sacred Heart 6, St. Joseph 3. ........ '-" '." . aurora, mmattng ov men wno muw now. _ g,a, .,ca. . o%y =..u ;clcu,z St. Louise 9, St. Francis 4. Notre IJcImll Hlglt CROOI ; | WHITE HENRY STUART BUILDING 1364;[ Riverside Dr 19 T Seattle I 91 1 ing on is Harry Ashmore, Carroll first vice president. Pre- Ijames, sophomores; Diane Le- st..Paul , Lady of Lourde$ 7. gk .... e.ll  Am Ne4ll I MAn 2-1851 EA - 611 .d entation was made at a Carroll Club meeting. .... dr|sen S, |.ouraes a. Marne, Patrlcm Llndsay, Eliza- Holy Family 8, St. Franct$ 3. ............. ' ......  s " beth Przybylski, Grace Rogers St. George t0, St. Laul 6. , ,eeoooeeeeeeeeeeeoeee, Ange-sl Holy Rosary 5, Holy Family (It') . .. and Virginia Wingard, fresh- Hal_ v men Those receiving second how Honor,o NuntoAtten00 SEHlOUo Ann. ,o.., ,aro, li GOODFELLOW I Announced Workshop Clark, Arlene Honnem, Llnda Lelngang, . Cathy Oswald, Vlvlan Plercy, Margaret [] CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Inc. I Reichlln, Mary Schnurlger, Susan Smith, [] .nnaL=n-r..mvun m. j Joanne Strong, Christine Stumpf and  Formerly Seattle Auto. Co. I Barbara Teterud. [] /UhVrl en J Two Holy Angels High School Sister Mary Lawrence, O.P., JUNIORS--Peggy Arnold, Emma Be- [] OIKY3LIK ] atudents, Theresa McBride, a ;,..;,, __a ,,-- --.,-- . journalism instructor at Holy dlila, Joan Buchholz, Dorothy Crosser. 1 "J&IIIMT 9. DIVIdIITU I Jane HIdaka, Bonnie Loft, Marllyn  ............... I reshman achieved 4 0 ade Angels Mgh School, wdl attend Rosemary Fobre, Kothleen Freed, Mary  r Hl.i/trl I 1 r;, ,.iuu, l, I , o- Motley, Sally Schlndler, Vlckle Smnh, [] THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS I point averages for the past a workshop August 2-14 at the Mary Lynn Ulleberg, Nancy Barkley, . ............... I  a.demic period, ac.cording to University of California at Los Carson,Clleen SradY,Dlane Ferderer,Dlanna Bye,LoulsaMaryForbes,Ann [] sedan.Valian-t V.20ga.H, 1 I[ I I j !!!!iiii:: :iiii!ii! = Smter M Rose de hma, 0 P, . .. ' Angeles under sponsorship of Lelgha Oaodwln, Undo Hammon, Judy II auto ........ # | V",'&I I Huver, Laurel guchan, Carol Miller, [] ,za u--,,--  ...... J _..,:lS :i;i!i" ii .:: ::::!::! :::::::i !ii!::::::i.iii:. prmclpal. "" " r the Seattle Times Paula Morris and Llnda Zander.  "ha "ca)rant cnmn wmon. I utaers on me honor ro | " Standard SOPHOMORES--Teresa Fermo, Jo- [] Straa:s!ard ..... $10951 are' The workshop on "The News- anne Gallwas, Maureen Herald, Marllyn [] trees. ..... q*" """ I !:!:, ...........  i!i;ii!iii!i:ii iii:i SENIORS -- Kathy Air,lie, Potrlda paper in the Classroom," is de- Hoban, griD Kendall, Margaret McDon-  I_11 Rill I|,l-a, allA J nrown, Diana Heinz, Barbara Intle. ;,4 t,s hl -,-,k. .b aid, Leona Relndel, Llnda Sandell,  vw.. w..........v j ::::,::::: il Imh,', Fau,in. Lord, Jud,th M,ch- .' ......... .' ............ o. Linda Turner, Koran Barker, Marc,a l Mem. Our Lady otthnLek. I iiiiiiii!iiiiii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii tlhlch, Made Millet, EIIzaheth Mltch- better use el newspapers in cowan, Monlca Gallaghar and Mary  ........ I ell and Carol Sprang. Jacobs. [] IM 4=/UlU I l ::    ::    l l' l' " : :: "::: :    :    : :    :      : :          :          :           : ::V :        : : .... " -,-,,,-- J-,. eeen -ormo classroom instruction. FRESHMEN--Dana Johnson, Barbara 1 I :: :.  f ; : ' ; : : : q : : ; :   ........ ; : l l : .............. ': ............ De'r,VTry'Jo :ar"l, Kothl' De San- Sister Lawrence received her Knoll, Marilyn Swartz, Heidl Bero, Pat [] 13317 eafhell Way N.B. I  .............................   l .................................. tO, Joanna Oeltzen, Mauroen McDon- ,.. ................. , .. ,,,. bachelor of education degree m Hulscher, Sue llamas, Gall gnudson, I /n.. .,;,,,i I l l       ':    :'        :: ::    :l ::           :: ::   ::  :   @  :: owvsky _ . _ 1953 and her master s degree in Fezanowkl, Shella Vassey and Mary  ::+: i ::.#!::iit : :::?# ............ FRESHMEN -- Molly Mclonell, PO- . . .i!!i::  ii : ':!: !i !: !!  ill! i!!ii!ili ; i! ........................... 1962, both at Seattle Unlversl- Warnke.   .......................  ....................  .................. INn O'LOarv ena t'arrlcla ayan. riser at Holy Angels a n d . I FOR A NEW OR USED Te,e inthe Fhilippines Six Holy Angels High School taught journalism four years. Jl (J'-- II CHEVROLET students have received certifi- , I II::i ::!:: JOItN 1 M L cates of acceptance for poetry I MERZ SHEET I   l manuscripts submitted to the "| METALWORKS I : II Call i Natio.l High School Poetry I w, do n,w ..d repair lobs for nll|  | |:!iiiiii Press. Los Angeles I purposes where iheet metal Ii re-I  " qulrod. Nancy Mosman, Theresa I ..,. , ,.. I i II !ii DES JARLAIS Heckel, Mary Ellen uonovan, I SInLE 4 I Lincl Fernandez. Georgeann | I / IIi m''6 Schwitter and Mary Hell will ..... -- -- -- ' :' I a.. Affended Sacred Hearf grade school in Sacramento, in the Semester Anthology of  LA. E-831 t3 J r; Cl ;n 1953 Enrolled at Sacramento : Hiah School Poetry published .,1  m!i! I I  MEMSER =ra_ua_.n a ru_..c the Poetry Press. 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