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B--THE PROGRESS Friday, April 26, 1963 00Another national honor for the Archdiocese ADMIRING glances were cast at the impressive award, symbolizing second place in the young adults division of the ninth National CYO Oratory Contest and won by Tom Trebon (second from left), 19, a Seattle University freshman in the honors program. Donald Betz (left), former CYO archdiocesan teen president and a Blanchet High School senior, placed third in the teen-age boys division in the national finals last week in Wash- ington, D.C. With the two winners from St. Benedict's Parish are Tom's sister, Cherie, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Trebon, 1920 N. 49th St., Seattle. Tom is CYO Archdiocesan Speakers' Bureau president. A 1962 graduate of Seattle, hE wag spon- sored by the Seattle Council of the Knights of Columbus. Don was sponsored by the KofC's Bishop McGrath Fourth Degree General Assembly of Tacoma. St. Paul's fashion bouquet ,BOUQUET of Fashions" will be presented from 7:30 to 10 p.m. next Wednesday by the St. Paul's CYO Pauiteen Club in the parish auditorium. Among the 16 models are Jane DeFuria (center) and Mike Colacarro under the direction of Mrs. Mary Pezzella. Sportswear to formal attire will be shown. Arrangements are being handled by Nancy Colacarro and Carol Rider, assisted by Mrs. Howard Smith and Mrs. John A. Bagnariol. --(Photo by Walter Kolcz.) CYO scoreboard Tacoma results Boys' baseball CADETS St. Lea I, St. Frances Cabrlnl 1. St. Ann 5, St. Charles Borrameo . sacra Heart IS, st. Patrick I. Holy Cross 4, Holy Rosary 2. Visitation 3, All Saints 2 (10 innings): Seattle results Boys' baseball MIDGETS Assumption (A) 10, St. John 4. St. Luke 15, St. Catherine 5. St. Benedict 7, St. Alphonsus 0o St. Joseph 11, St. Murk 3. St. John 11, St. Mark t0. St. Luke S, St. Alphonsus 7. St. Benedict 9, Assumption (A) 1. St. AIphensus 13, St. John I. St. Mark 7, st. Luke O. St. Catherine 7, St. Benedict 4. St. Margaret 4, St. Anne 3. Lady Of Fatima 12, St. Teresa 8. Assumption 7, Cathedral 0 (tarteSt). MS. Virgin 9, St. Anthony (B) 2. St. Anne 3, Mt. Virgin 1. Assumption (B) 10, St. Teresa 2. Lady of Fatima 13, MS. Virgin S. St. Margaret 13, Cathedral 3. Assumption (B) 22, St. Anthony (B) 14. HOly Rosary 4, Lourdes 1. St. George 9, St. Bernadette S. st. Paul 2, Sacred Heart 1. St. Edward 10, Holy Family 2. St. Bernadette 4, Holy Fumlly 3. St. Paul S, St. George 2. St. Edward 10, Sacred Heart & Lourdes 8, Holy Family 7. St. gernadette S, Holy Rosary 7. St. George 12, St. Anthony 3. St. Paul 14, St. Edward 13. SPARTANS Assumption 8, St. Luke 2. St. John 8, St. Alphonsus 2. CADETS St. Catherine 8, Lady at the Lake 6. Assumption 10, St. Matthew 3. St. Mark  Christ the King 0. St. Luke 9, Sacred Heart Villa 7. Sacred Heart (B) 5, St. Joseph 1. St. EdWard 6, Cathedral 2. Mt. Virgin 13, St. Joseph 2. Sacred Heart (B) 11, Cathedral I. St. Benedict 7, St. Anne 1. St. Margaret 5, Fatima 3. St. AIphonsus 4, St. John O. Blessed Sacrament S, St. Anne 1. St. Margaret 6, St. John 1. St. Alphensus 11, Lady af Fatima & St. Francis 4, St. Anthony O. St. ernadette 14, Lourdes 7. St. Paul 4, Holy Family O. Holy Family S, Lourdes I. i St. Anthony 11, Holy Family 7. st. Bernadette 7, St. George o. CYO teens will stomp in Bremerton BREMERTON -- "Teen-Age Stomp" will be the theme of the CYO western deanery's spring dance Friday, May 3, in Our Lady Star Gf the Sea Parish Hall. The Galaxies Gf BremerLon will play from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Entertainment will be given by the St. Edward's CYO Teen Club of Shelton. Admission is 50 cents per person with a CYO card. At- tire will be school clothes. Each CYO member may bring a guest, according to Terri Shank; deanery social chairman. -- at St. GeorgeSs St. George's CYO Teen Club will sponsor its dance, "Spring Hysteria," Friday, May 3, in the parish school hall. The Stags will play from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Admission will be $1 stag and $1.50 drag. CYO bowling teen finals GIRLS W Holy Family ........ 23 10 St. EdWard's ....... 281/= 10Yi Holy Rosacy :1 .... 24 11 Holy Rosary  .... 17tA 17Va St. Bernadette's ..... 1 31 BOYS Holy Family ........ 37 10 Holy Rosary @1 .... 371/i tol/t St. Paul 1 ......... 29 12 St. Phllameaa .2 ...33 16 St. Edward's ....... 29 20 Holy Rosary .2 .... 21 16 St. Paul .t ....... 241A 19+ St. Phllomena .1 ..23 21 st. Boreadette's .... 19 19 MIXED St. Thomas .1 ..... 30 14 Guadalupe :2 ...... 291/= 14+/ Holy Rosary ........ 26 18 St. Thomas 2 .... 26 18 Guadalupe 1 ...... 231 201/a Lourdes  ......... 231, 201/= Guadalupe 3 ...... 23 21 St. Bernadette's .... 22Vz 21+/i Lourdes 4+1 ........ 21 23 St. George'a ......... 20 24 Laurdes 4+2 ......... 19 23 Guadalupe 4 ...... O 44 Season team highs CYO Madonna Festival L TP fosters art 423 399 The seventh annual CYO 7 3s2 Madonna Festival Creative Art 3s2 Show will be held Saturday and s Sunday, May 11-12, in the sss Seattle University S t u d e n t ssl Union Building to encourage 534 s3s creative religious art among s16 youth of the Archdiocese. sos 494 The four entry divisions are so3 grade school, teen club, teen 444 individual, adult amateur and 467 professional--all portraying any 473 event in the life of the Blessed 3 499 Mother. 4o3 Art forms include painting, 4s3 444 sculpture, m o s a i c, stained 416 glass, watercolor, oils, terra 486 412 cotta, bronze, wood or collage ooo and collage. Show hours will be 1 to 9 GIRLS p.m. that Saturday and 10 a.m. HIGH SINGLE GAME -- Holy Ros- to 6 p.m. that Sunday. ary No. 1, 520; St. Edwards, 510; and Holy Family, 494. HIGH S-GAMES  Holy Rosary, No. 1, 1403; St. Edward's, 1364; and Holy Family, 1339. BOYS HIGH SINGLE GAME -- St. Ed- ward's, 694; St. Paul's No. 1, 673; and St. Bernadette's, 669. HIGH 3-GAMES -- Holy Rosary No. 1, 1857; St. Paul's No. 1, 1846; and St. Edward's, 1831. MIXED HIGH SINGLE GAME -- Our Lady of Guadalupe No. 2, 614; St. George's, -- at Lady of Lourdes Our Lady of Lourdes CYO Teen Club will show its annual Madonna Festival Presentation from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 5, in the parish school. All entries will be hand-made. D;scalced Carmelites PRIESTS BROTHERS Monastic Life end Priestly Ministry For* Informatmn IVrite to: VOCATIONAL DIRECTOR Carmelite Novitiate Oakvilla. Callfernie or CARMELITE MAJOR SEMINAR/ 12455 Clayton Read San Jose, Calif.-P.O, Box 3079 J O'Dea is favored in NCA meet O'Dea High School's Irish and Charles Greene stand in the way of the Blanches Braves' attempt to sweep all Catholic championships this year as the seventh annual Northwest Catholic Associa- tion track and field meet gets underway at 12:30 p.m. this Saturday in West Seattle Sta- dium. At least 1B events are scheduled, according to Jim Harney, coach of the meet host -- Seattle Prep. Don Zech will be guiding the meet's defending champion, Blanchet; Bill Gilmore, the O'Dea Irish; and Norm Diebel, the Bellarmine Lions from Ta- COrn a. gech Wednesday was named "Man of the Year" by the Notre Dame Club of Western Washington. Last year the meet saw the schools finishing in this order: Blanchet, O'Dea, Bellarmine and Prep. Nine of the meet's 14 records were also shattered. O'Dea is the favorite, having won the Bellarmine Relays and the second annual Seattle Cath- olic City Triangular Meet. JAAC's exemplify teen Catholic Action 'Whimsical Fashion Sketches' is latest public project A WORKING example of teen-age Catholic Action is the Junior Association of Catholic Childhood in Seattle. Among their special projects are visiting guests every Saturday in Mount St. Vincent in West Seattle. Their visitation includes wheeling guests as Rodi Hartney (left photo), 16, Holy Names Academy senior, is doing with Mrs. Mary Fitz. patrick, or reading to them as Carolyn Basom (right photo), 17, Blanchet High School senior, is shown with Mrs. Mary Waters. Other activities at the institution include entertain. SCHOLASTIC RODEO: ing at the piano or letter.writing. Known as Candy Stripers, these teen-age girls also serve at Providence Hospital and are among 137 members in seven circles. Their latest public project will be "Whimsical Fashion Sketches," a fashion show at 2 p.m. this Saturday in St. Joseph's Social Hall. The Capris from Forest Ridge will entertain. A member- ship tea will be held in conjunction with the fashion show. --(Progress Photos by Charley Heib.) George's, 1631. High Individuals Measure, 127; Shalla Hanley, 126; and Kathy Jendrlc, 126. BOYS' SEASON AVERAGESChrls Chappon, 172; Randy Miller, 167; and Joe Savogllo, 161. HiGH SINGLE GAME--RIck Thomas, 245, for boys; and Shella Henley, 182, for girls. HiGH SERIES -- Chris Chappon, 599, for boys, and Shella Henley, 408, for girls. GIRLS' IS0-PLUS GAMES  Cherl Harvey, 202; and Shella Hanley, 182. BOYS' 290-PLUS GAMES -- Rick Thomas, 245; Jim St,eros, 223, 203,; TerrY Placek, 222, 214; Randy Miller, 213, 210, 210, 209, 201; John Bellmore, 212; Jerry Lemmon, 212; Rick Clemens, 210; Jerry LaCora, 209; Paul DUuIIo, 208, 204; Chris Chopbon, 202, 201, 200; Jim Jacabson, 202; Joe Beach, 200. G'IRLS' 4O0.PLUS SERIES -- Kathy Jendrlck (4) and Cherl Harvey (3), 11-400. BOYS' S00-PLUS SERIES -- Chris Chappon (7) and Randy Miller (5), 30-.500. i SMC is among science grant recipien,s WASHINGTON (NC)-- Twenty-six Catholic educa- t i o n a l institutions, including three colleges in the Pacific Northwest, are among 213 co- operating with a Federal agen- cy in a,$3.1 million program of institutes for secondary school science and mathematics teachers. The Catholic institutions will be given $394,060 in grants by the National Science Founda- tion to help teachers obtain through institutes additional knowledge of science and math- emetics and to become ac- quainted with important new materials to improve course content. Recipients in the Northwest are Holy Names College in Spokane with $12,700; St. Mar- tin's College in Olympia with $12,210; and Marylhurst College in Oregon with $9,750. In Olympia, Rev. John Ray- mond, O.S.B., mathematics de- partment head, has been se- lected to represent the Math- ematic Association of America and the National Science Foun- dation in St. Martin's program of lecturers to the secondary schools. Two lectures have already been scheduled. Professor L. E. Ward of Uni- versity of Oregon will lecture at 4 p.m. and at 8 p.m. Fri- day, April 26, in the college main building. Professor Carl B. Allendoer- far of University of Washington will lecture Saturday, May 4, on the SMC campus. St. Martin's lists scholarship winners OLYMPIA-- Full tuition, four-year re- newable $200 scholarships have been awarded to Patrick Daly and Robert Giles, placing first and second, respectively, in the St. Martin's High School scholarship and entrance ex- aminations for eighth grade boys. Patrick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daly, 3915 N. 15th St. Tacoma; and Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Giles, 5730 N.E. 56th St., Seat- tle. Taking the exam were 188 boys. Holy Rosary ends year with UPS win Holy Rosary High School's debaters climaxed a successful year of forensic activities with outstanding participation i n trict National Forensic League Judy and Lyn placed third. The debaters are coached by Mrs. Howard E. Schroed- el. The win at UPS terminated three years of successful de- bating for the senior members of the team, Participation in 12 tournaments has yielded Judy and Lyn first places, one sec- ond, and three thirds in debate. Scholastic honors go to Holy Names Jo-An Cowan, student body president at Holy Names has just been named the recipient of a full tuition scholarship to Stanford University, renewable for four years. fro-An, the daughter of Mrs. Bernadette Cowan who teaches at Our Lady of the Lake School, lives at 6053 35th Ave. N.E. in Assumption Parish. She is in the top two percentile in the national merit scholarship test and will be salutatorian at June's commencement e x e r- cises. Jo-Ann plans to major in Eng- lish or journalism at Stanford. Sister Gerard Mary, principal of Holy Names, was in St. Louis, Mo., attending the meeting of the National Catholic Educa- tion Association. Sister Ellen Clare, librarian at Holy Names, and Sister Rose Margaret, librarian at Immaculate High School, were in Los Angeles, at- tending the National Catholic Librarian Association meeting. Two modern language teach- ers, Sister M. Severina and Sis- ter M. Edward James, received word of grants to s u m m e r language institutes in coopera- tion with the Language Devel- opment Program of the U. S. Office of Education. Sister Severina will take part in the Spanish Institute for secondary teachers at the Uni- versity of Puget Sound from June 20 to August 13. Sister Edward James, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Connor, 1418 Sec- ond Avenue West, will partici- pate in the French Institute at Rosary College, River For- est, Ill., for gix weeks. Forest Ridge grad tops SU honor roll Veronica Miller, a sen- ior philosophy m a j o r, heads the Seattle Univer- sity Winter Quai'ter honor roll A .g the recent University of Puget for the llth straight time with Port n eles Sound Forensic Tournament in a straight "A" average. 610; and Our Lady of GuadaluPe No Scout wins Tacoma with Judy Bride and She has one quarter to go to 1, 6o6. a Lyn Tangen, winning first place graduate with a four-year per- HIGH 3-GAMES -- Our Lady of Guadalupe No. 3, 1647; Our Lady of high award in senior division and Anne fect grade point average of 4.0. Guadalupe No. I, 1635; and St. Walsh and Wanda Novito plac- She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, 3446 Magnolia PORT ANGELES-- ing second in junior division Blvd., in Our Lady of Fatima Cub Scouting's highest Church debate. GIRLS' SEASON AVERAGES -Kathy award was recently presented Holy Rosary this year has Parish, and a graduate of For- for the first time in Clallam captured first place in senior est Ridge Academy. County to an division debate in three out There were 66 other honor 11 - year - o 1 d of four invitational tourna, roll students with straight "A" sixth-grader at ments, with Judy and Lyn win- averages for the quarter and a ning at Western Washington College of Education and at UPS in Tacoma, Gaff Gordon and Peggy Howe, winning first at Western and Seattle Pacific, and second at UPS. In the dis- FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED MEIHHART Member of 81ossed Sacramant Parish AT total of 303. Honor status is re- served to students who get a 3.5 grade point average or bet- ter. Honor roll students from Seat- fie and other Washington com- munities are: SEATTLE Pool M. Acheson, Sister Ruth Agap- sawlcz, F.C.S.P., T. Nancy Arlma, Mary K. Badglay, Stephen A. Burlow, Jamas E. Barry, Michael Beers, Janet L. Beck, James J. Baltana, Patrlcla Balllnger, John P. Bordenet, Joseph Bassi, Stephen Bossl, Rosario N. Briggs, Robert L. Burnham, Cathe- rine A. Butler. Robin N. Byrnes, Jean M. Carney, Ann L. Coltler, Diane M. Conqlusta, Colleen Corwin, Melonle Cossalter, Ray K. Couture, Helen C. Coyne, Jeanne P. Crtstofano, Daniel Cummins, Kathlaan Cur,an, Lynne Curtis, Dennis R. Da- mon, Joseph DeLay, Mary E. Oerlg, Kerin R. Dunn, Veronica Dyke, Conrad P. Eaton, Sara J. Etchey. Bonnie J. Farrell, David R. Fer- gusan, George E. Flus, Elaine Fla- quinfl, David V. Foley, John M. Fay, James D. Fritzen, Barry L. Ganle, Kathleon H. Gemmlll, Sister Angela George, F.C.S.P., Robert C. Gerard, Theoia E. Gilmore, Mary L. Good- man, David Hattie, Kathleen Harding, Laurie J. Hedrlck, Sister Rosa M. Heitzman, C.S.J., Jennnette Hemmen, Kenneth R. Hill, Daniel E. Hoffn, Stephen J. Hopps, Ann F. Huetter, Anastasia Ivanan, Slstar Relnetta Kane, C.S.J., Mary Ann Kedes, Rose- mary Klefner, Carol C. Kuenlgs, John A. Krevliz, Knthleen H. Krlss, Sister Me,cello M. Kump, F.C.S.P., Gareld J. LaCava, 51star Frenclta Lumpert, C.S.J., John H. Lenlhan. Ann K. MacQuarrle, Edward P. Man- ary, Krtstinn Mntrontc, Francis H. Matthews, Margaret C. Mazeske, Mary A. McCullough, Mary J. McGrath, Susan E. McWaller, Frank P. Michael, Sister Kevinta Mlller, C.S.J., John H. MHler, Jewel Miller, ElJnor Moschetto, Mary L. Mosey, Mary M. Murphy, Susan H. Murphy, Pntricla O'Leary, Nancy E. Osborn, John M. Osterfleld, Sally E. Ostrander, Mary K. Owens, Sharon Porks, Adriono Paslon, Carrel L. Pease, Ronald A. Peterson, Jr., Mary Anita Piccolo, James O. Plcton, Mary J. Prahl, Margaret D. Raney, John V. Rebar. Edward H. Relchelt, Sister Anne G. Roll, C.S.J., Gerald Rlcard, Cloreann Rock, Douglass Ross, Norma Jeanne Ross, Margaret Rutledge, Jay M. Schille, Dianne Schellin, Judy Schlos- ser, Judith Schllmgea, Sharon Semi. narla, Mary J. Shepherd, Garry M. Short, Llnda A. Simpson, Vladlmlr Skalobrln, William A. Slezak, Lynetta J. Smith, Josephine Sonn, Samuel R. Sperry, Sister Janlta Stevenson, S.S.A., Lawrence J. stanebraker, Thomas Storey, Mildred M. Suko, Janet E. Thompson, Pater Toralll, Mariorte M. Tetten, Thomas J. Trabon, William K. Watson, Sister Matthls Wenger, C.S.J., Steven A. Whipple, Mary C. Wood, Alva M. Wright, Sharon F. Yates, Rose Yoda. TACOMA: Gerald R o b r t Baydo, Judith Marie Bezy; James J. Brosamer, James M. Davis, Louise M. GoIluccl, Karen F. HammerschmHh+ Donna J. Koenlgs, Morilyn P. MuIlan, Dolores A. Redo, Teresa Ann Risse, Raymond Sundegren, Dennis Verclllo. SPOKANE: Mary K. Barblerl, John E. Ehrenberg, Stephen E. LundquIst, Mellnda F. Meagher, Michael D. Moran, Paula C. Schedler. ISSAQUAH:' Sister Margorltn Acosta, F.C.S.P., Sister Donna Chappel, F.C.- S.P., Sister Kathryn A. Kurtz, F.C.S.P., Sister Patriela J. Locatl, F.C.S.P., Sis- ter Theresa A. McNtchol, F.C.S.P., Sister Mary K. Neelenr F.C.S.P., Sister Donna M. Taylor, Sister Patricla Vat- fan;an, F.C.S.P., and Dennis M. Mrown, Koren DuFaulf, Marlorle E. Crow, Sally Zehm. OTHER WASHINGTON CITIES Aberdeen, Fred A. Bruener; Auburn, Mary A. Kapinos; Bolnbrldge Island, Valerie Rardln; Bellevue, Sister Dorothy Curry, C.S.J., Rotph R. Johnson, Clyde V. Pete,son, William Taylor, Susan J. Thompson, John F. Boespflug, Jr., Marl- Iyn L. Holstein, Michael B. Reid, Sharon L. Stone; Bellinghom, Sharon Anne Mtssiaen, Angela J. Picardo, Mary E. Mertz; Black Diamond, Sharon J. Ton- kin; Bremerton, Koran M. Valequette; Columbia Basin, Lawrence Owens; En- dicott, John L. Hary; Enumclow, Val- Iory Knudsen; Everett, Sharl .E. Btllesbach, Sister Francis C. Ciaremitare, Laray D. Ful- LET US SERVE YOUR - CADILLAC NEEDS Phone LEE HANLEY EA 2.6600 Member HOLY ROSARY Res. Ph. PARISH PR 8.1981 EDMONDS RYAN CADILLAC CO. 420 East Pike St. MADISON LUMBER CO. Po/nts, Limber and Hardware 2021 E. Madison EAst 2-8080 III FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET : Call: JERRY HENTScHELL .... EM 3.6110 Member of St. Caharina's Parish Res., LA S-B9S6 "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 117th aBd Bethell Way SEATTLE tan, Janlce Llndblam, Rod A. Mc. Donald, William V. Meyer, Mary A. Dumand; Friday Harbor, Margaret Reynolds; Ilwaca, Robert D. Alexan- der; Langview, William E. Hanna- ford; Narthport, James E. Ratslo; Oak Ha,bar, Francis J. Vanderzlcht; PouIsbo, James W. Malsaac; Puyal- lup, Wtlliam Moreland; Redmond, Jerilyn A. Picketing; Renton, Patrick Byrne; McCleory, Georgia Glanz; Mt. Vernon, Mary A. Boyle, Patrlcla Ann C. Murphy; Sedra Wooley, Nlcala Cromarty; Stanwood, Kaethe A. Ellis; Summer, Carol S. Caviezel; Toppenish, Ronald V. HI)l; Tonasket, Mary K. Conners; Wenatchee, Billie Lawrence; ZIIlah, Kenneth E. Grubenhoff; Vancouver, Judith S. Annable, Carol A. Bollangrud, Carolyn Sevlck; WHbur, Muriel Rosman; Yukimu, MarHee E. Coleman, Lynn Comer, Crate M. Lentz, David M. Rehfield, Edward Rtel, Robert M. Voel- keg Llnda D. Parodis. OREGON Portland, Joan Marie Berry, Ann C. Oanlel, John P. Edlefsen, Anne K. KaIly, Michael D. Moffatt; Albany, Janet A. Greenfield; Banks, Myrna K. Jesse; Medford, Fredrlch F. Burlch; Beverton, Margaret Byrne, Jeffrey Sus- bnuer; Tlgord, Charles C. Verhoren, Shnron L. Schulte; Eugene, Sue Ellen Borrle; Salem, Dorothy Thorolson; Mt. Angel, Leonard Butsch; Silver'ton, Bar- " bum A. Zach; Troutdale, Patrlcta Wand; CALIFORNIA Enclno, Ruth J. Stockl; San Fran- cisco, Borbnra Driscoll, Carolyn Anne Retlly; San Rafaet, Susan D. Denman; Santa Rosa, Walter Hansel; Santa Mon- tca, Carolynn Wynhausen; Alameda, LUZ M. Guerra; Merced, Llnda Cresol; MontebeIIo, Susan J. Hankey; Monterey Park, Judith L. Geddls; Glendale, NIcholl Oorsey, Suzanne Heguy; Lebec, Cosette Le Blanc; Los Angeles, Ann Curfman, Elizabeth Hermonn; Los Altos, Bruce A. Weber, Kathryn A. Burkhard; Redwood, John A. Meyer; Sierra Madre, M1chaeltnda Husband; Orange, Kafh- leen Kelly; Pasadena, Jeanne Moenlng; Wilmington, Albert M. Munoz; Yose- mite Park, Robin Rice. OTHER STATES Leonara L. Aklona, Honolulu, Hawaii; Patrlcia J. Sublca, Mountain View, Hawaii; Sandra S. Tanaka, Walluku, Hawaii; Gile R. Downes, Falrbanks; John M. James, Anchorage; Maureen T. Hakker, Syosset, N.Y.; John W. Mc- Gann, Stoton Island, N.Y.; Maurean Gruber, Newburgh, N.Y.; Anthony P. BIozlnskl, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Frances Calloway, F.C.S.P., Wallace, Idaho; Carol A. Conroy, Anaconda, Mont.; Sharon Doyle, Denver, Colo.; Kathryn Dudley, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Daniel M. Enneking, Merldan, Iowa. Margaret Hanks, Ely, Nev.; Stephen Haycox, West Orange, N.J.; Alice A. I) () Helldoerfler, Dayton, O.; Paul T. HIlL Rive,ton, Wyo.; Mary K. Kfmble, Fa(Is Church, Va.; Robert M. Naubauer, New Britain, Conn.; Ludovic B. Berry, Lex- Ington, Mass.; Margaret M. Roney, Rantoul, III.; Margaret Sherry, Grand Junction, Colo.; Stanley C. McKinley, Jr., Little Town, Colo.; PatricIu M. Cosg'iff, Salt Lake City, Utah; Dennis J. Hnnlsch, Lawrens, Iowa; Patrlcla E. Healy, Phoenix, Ariz.; Barbara J. Seal. lak, Fargo, N.O. FOREIGN COUNTRIES Nlcolaos V. Arvanltldes, Greece; ter Aquina Cyr, S.S.A., Victoria, Marlene A. Hepburn, Vancouver, B.C.; I-Turn King, Talpel, China; Makuta Sawano, Hyogo, Japan; Paul T. Tran, Vlet Nam; Pel Hung Wang, Hang Kong. SU receives mental health grant The National Institute of Mental Health has awardeddb, Seattle University's School o Nursing a $130,000 grant in support of its program in men- tal health. Included in the five-year grant are funds for full schol- arships to students specializing in physchiatric nursing, accord- ing to Sister Mary Niehoff, O.P., acting dean. SU ROTC Mllitary Ball scheduled The Seattle University ROTC presents its 12th annual Military Ball at 9 p.m. Friday, April 26 in the Olympic Hotel. Maj. Gen. Francis McGold- rick, commander, 10th Army Corps, Fort Lewis, will crown Queen Sue Schumacber. She i a Portland sophomore majoring1 in education. Dancing will be to the music of Max Pillar. General chairman is Robert Brennen, assisted by Patrick C. Connolly. IGA's Enriched Canned JMILK 10 c p FRICES EFFEIlVE FRIDAY AND SATUIIDAY. APRIL "J6-27 IN GOOD WEcAsHPAY COINS WANTED CONDITION LINCOLN CENTS 1909-VDB ......... 23 i 191SS ............ 7S 1909-SVDB ....... 80.00 { 1921S ............ 20 1909S ........... 13.00  1922D ............ 7S 1910S ............ 75 ) 1923S ............ 25 1911D ............ 2S ) 19243 ............ 20 1911S ........... 2.$0 ) 1924D ........... 2.50 1912D ............ 25 ;) 1926S ............ 7S 1912S ........... I.S0  1931D , .......... 1.00 1913D ............ 2S  1931S ........... 15.00 1913S ............ 7S ( 1932 ............ 20 1914D ........... 23.00 4[ 1932D ............ 20 1914S ........... 1.S0  1933 ............ 20 191SD ............ 20  1933D ............ 7S I INDIAN CENTS 18S6 ........... 2S0.00 1869 ........... 4.$0 18S7 ........... 1.00 18S8 ........... 1.$0 1861 ........... 2.7S 1866 ........... 3.00 1867 ........... 3.S0 1868 ........... 3.$0 1912S ........ 1913S ........ 1913D ........ 1914D ........ 1921S ........... 3.00 1870 ........... S.S0 1871 ........... 7.00 1872 ........... 8.$0 1874 ........... 1.$0 1877 ........... 60.00 1908S ........... 7.00 1909S ........... 32.S0 I [ 188S ........ 1886 ........ NICKELS . 10.00 1926S ............ 7S .. 7.$0 1931S ............ 7S . 7.50 1938S ............ 40 . 2.00 1938D ........... .20 .. 2.00 1939S ............ 20 .. 2.00 1939D ............ 7S 1950D ........... 3.00 J CHARESO CLUB J "FOR SINGLE CATHOLICS OVER 28" J COMMUNIOH BREAKFAST I SUNDAY. APRIL 28. 8:30 MASS BI SACRAMENT CHURCH I Breakfast at I Windjammer Restaurant i Csll ReseraLIons by Saturday Noon Pat King, ME 2-8933 l J ! Frmu:es DGresh, MA 4.773S i Our Lady Queen of An- gels School. He is James Cushman, s o n of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cushman, 338 Lopes St. The recently- JAMES t u r n e d Boy Scout is a CUSHMAN member of Troop 473. sponsGred by the Knights of Columbus' Port An. gales Council. Presentation was made by Father Daniel Regimbal, O.S.B., who had conducted the oral examination in which James passed his final test for the award. AND MANY OTHERS INCLUDING QUARTERS & DIMES ONE COIN OR A COLLECTION MARTY'S COiN SHOP J (Across from Woolworth) I Open 'till 9 p.m, Thursday and Friday J LA 5-7700 BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12S31 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE SS Jim DiJulio, Jr. RIACH ' OLDSMOBILEy & RAMBLER - 12,1 & El: PINE EA 5-5400 or Ar 4.O787