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I Bellincjham Seattle Court St. Aloysius, C.D.A. -- Kappa Gamma Pi--Banquet, Day of Recollection for mem- Tuesday, June 2, Black Angus bers and all Catholic women, Steak House, 208 Elliott Ave. Sunday, May 24, Mt. St. Mary's W., beginning with social hour Novitiate, conducted by Rev: at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7:30 Gordon E. Toner, S.J., of Seat- p.m. $4.25. Dr. Irving A. Gold- tie University. Mass at 9 a.m., berg will speak on "Psychology followed by breakfast. Sessions of W o m e n." Reservations end at 4:30 p.m. should be made by May 25 with Mrs. Dennis Donnelly (BA6- 1478), Mrs. David H. Morgan Black Diamond Jr. (PA2-1342) or Mrs. Gerald McCarty (SU 3-9783). St. Barbara Mission Parish .... Lorraine In- Baccalaureate Mass, 10:30 a.m. stitute, Y.L.I. Sunday, May 24, St. Aloysius -- Installation Church, Buckley. Breakfast tel- of officers, 8 lowing at Lee Hotel, Enumclaw, p.m. Tuesday, with St. Barbara's and St. Aloy- May 26, St. AI- sius' Altar Societies in charge, phonsus par- Summer CCD classes will be ish hall. Mrs. June 8-13 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 James L. Tay- p.m. Bake sale planned by A1- 1or is new tar Society, afternoon, June 26. in Merry Month of May i !:: Zumeck Brothers. MRS. JAMES L. p r e s i d e n t. Other officers TAYLOR to be installed Seattle are the Mesdames L e o n a r d Decker, past president; Tim t i Carmelite Institute, Y.L.I.-- McCullough, J e r r y Mylet, George Forrest, Martin Taylor, No-host dinner and meeting L. W. Wolfe. Chairmen for honoring Mrs. James Jackson meeting and reception are Mrs. of Mariette Institute, Seattle, Robert Vrooman and Mrs. Rob- Grand President, Thursday, eft Kartak. May 28, Our Lady of Guadalupe Marian Club---Meeting, 1 p. ' Parish hall. Dinner at 6 p.m., m. Wednesday, May 27, St. Pe- ! at Epicure Restaurant, 9801 ter Claver Center. Kathleen 16th Ave. S.W. Social hour from O'Driscoll Ryan, social geron- , 5-6 p.m. Meeting at 8 p.m. tologist, will speak on "Living : Tickets $2.76. For reservations, the Later Years." She is chair- : call Mrs. Ernest Martinello (CH i man of the Pre-Retirement 4-4834) or Mrs. Dennis Vender- Committee of the Seattle-King ' pool (PA5-9351), chairmen. County Council on Aging, a Holy Rosary Parish -- Open member of the Committees on St. Anne's Boys' Choir Sings in Opera Open house, 2-4:30 p.m. Sunday, Retirement of the Washington THE 24 MEMBERS of St. Anne Parish's boys' choir, directed by Mrs. Ainar Johnson, May 24, for persons of all State and National Council on faiths, sponsored by Apostolate Aging. Public invited. Social left, sang in two recent productions of the Seattle Opera Association, "Tosca" and of Good Will. Guided tours hour to follow. "Carmen." Both operas, af the Seattle Center Opera House, featured national and through church, at 42nd S.W. Our Lady of Guadalupe Par- metropolitan opera stars. All 24 boys sang in "Carmen"; the first 12 listed also sang in and S.W. Genessee St., with tsh--Dance sponsored by Fair- "Tosca": Steven Banchero, Gene Cramer, Michael Dalton, Paul Dahon, Chris Emerson, brief explanations of church mont Guild, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Paul Etue, Donald Julien, Kevin Maguire, Dan O'Connell, Frank Pival, and Richard and liturgy. Refreshments tel- Saturday, May 30, High Point Weiler; also Paul Cramer, Kurt Gerhard, Michael Hardiman, Frank Lord, Andy Mac- lowing in school auditorium. Gym, 3000 S.W. Graham St. Donald, Kevin Moriarty, John Peters, Joseph Pittman, Matthew Pugel, Thomas Thelen, Guests will be greeted by Rev. Hawaiian theme. "Leis'y Night Ralph Tourigny and Mark Tyerman. William J. Power, pastor, and in Hawaii." Admission $3 per assistant pastors, Rev. James couple. Midnight buffet includ- I A"-s" ' I I, L. Boyle and Rev. Irvin A. ed. BYOL. Chairmen are thejamesMirante. Music by KVI,s i V r SU Elect" He so Awar s Grandaw. MBsdames James Guerci, Lil- str. mnsl norsl lian McLucas, Pat Arbow and J AEC G t Make Ne Scholarships Ft. Re mbal DavB Clarke. ran ws In King County New D,rector New Officers * Fraternity Party Twenty-five King County Seattle University students The Seattle Alumni Chapter graduating high school seniors Of GU-Abroad have elected class officers and I embers of the student senate w.Umr the 1964-65 academic year. Bill Meyer Jr, of Everett, will head the senior class; Bruce Walker is president- elect of next year's junior class and Lenny Bell is new sophomore president. Other class officers are: Sen- 0hjr class: Mick Schreck, vice resident, K a r e n Schneider, secretarY - treasurer. Junior class: Bruce Donoghue, vice- president; Janet Reagan, sec- retary - treasurer. Sophomore classi Gaff Gordon, vice-presi- dent; Jane Cunningham, secre- tary-treasurer. -". Elected to the senate to Ull ,arepresent next year's senior class are: Bart Irwin, Terry Dodd, Dan Mahoney, Dan Skeldon and Mike Donahue. Junior class: D i c k Twohy, Steve Riggs, Brian McMahon, Andrea Bahlay and GerrY Sheehan. Sophomore class: Marianne Fattorini, Denney Peuney, An- e sa Padia, Ann McKinstry and .,rian Gain. AEC Grant The Atomic Energy Commis- eion has granted Seattle Uni- versity $10,500 toward the pur- chase of a "Gamma Cell" from the Atomic Energy Com- mission of Canada, according to Rev. James Cowgill, S.J., e ,ead of the p h y s i c s depart- ;,.ment. The Cobalt 60 radiation unit, now on loan to the university, is a part of the university's nucleonic center which includes a sub-critical reactor and rad- ation detection laboratorY. Q... Always Delicious... of Alpha Kappa Psi, profes- sional business fraternity, ini- tiated the Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., president of Se- attle University, as an honorary member at a fraternity birth- day party last evening, May 21, at the Seattle Yacht Club. The fraternity was begun in 1995. Father Lemieux and Dr. Ker- mit O. Hanson, dean of the Col- lege of Business Administration at the University of Washing- ton, were speakers. 'Prof Exemplar' ' A Seattle University School of Commerce and Finance faculty member in his first year of full- time teaching has won the first Alpha Kappa Psi "Professor Exemplar" award. Ronald Pe- terson, assist- ant professor of business law, was chos- en by Gamma Omega Chap- ter of the na- tional profes- sional business fraternity for his outstanding RONALD ability in the PETERSON classroom, his dedication to the students and his efforts to motivate high academic achievement. Peterson, an attorney, has been associated with S.U. for 14 years. He was director of admissions until 1063. The award will be made 'at the annual Alpha Kappa Psi Demit Ceremony banquet May 30 at the Washington Athletic Club. Dr. Paul A. Volpe, dean of the School of Commerce, will s.peak at the affair, which be- gms at 6:30 p.m. have r e c e i v e d scholarship awards at Seattle University. The names of the scholarships and the recipients follow: Principal's scholarship: fie- anne Anderson, Rainier Beach; Catherine L. Berude, H i gh- line; Sandra Cerne, Enum. claw; Kenneth L. Cox, Issa- quah; Mary Helen Kay, Lin- coln; Gall Kennelly, Kent-Mer- idian; James R. Kuhn, Fed- eral Way; Michael T. Mitchell, Ingraham; Carol Mukasa, Fos- ter; Jeanne Rappe, Renton; Judy Young, Mountlake Ter- race. President's scholarship: 3"anet Blain, Forest Ridge Convent; Bridget L. Broadgate, Blan- chet; Audrey Clayton, Holy Names Academy; Nancy E. Kaup, Holy Rosary; Elizabeth Mitchell, Holy Names; Joy Na- kanishi, Immaculate; Edmund Obert, O'Dea. Seattle University Academ- ic scholarship: Mark G. BOu- langer, T h o m a s V. Kelley, John Merrill, Jr, Seattle Pre- paratory; Barbara A. Swan, Blancher. Washington S t a t e Science Talent S e a r c h scholarship: Lawrence J. Dickson, Blanchet. The Boeing Company schol- arship: Donald W. Parda, Blan- chet. Mu Rho Lambda Installs Officers Officers were installed May 12 at the llth annual dinner meeting of the Mu Rho Lamb- da Club of Seattle University- Providence Hospital. Sanda Whitworth of Butte, Mont., is new president, 'as- sisted by Donna Wilde, Mt. Angel, Ore., vice president; JeweU Drake of Seattle, secre- tary, and Elaine Inouye, of Captain Cook, Hawaii, treas- urer. Graduating seniors Joseph H. Club moderator is Sondra Miller Jr. and Salvatore J." Benstron, R.R.L. Others at- Trippi will receive the chap- ter's Bronze Key distinguished service awards for their work on behalf of the fraternity. Jeff Flowers, immediate past presi- dent, will be emcee. tending the dinner were Sister Peter Olivaint, F.C.S.P., direc- tor of the School for Medical Librarians, and Miss Dolores Klassen, R.R.L., clinical in- structor and assistant director of the Providence Medical Rec- ord Department. SPOKANE -- The Rev. Cle- ment Regimbal, S.J., has been appointed new director of Gon- zaga University in Florence, Italy, by the Very Rev. John P. Leary, S.J., university pres- ident. The Gonzaga vice president and director of development will replace the current chief administrative officer of the school, Rev. Joseph F. Con- well, Dean of the Graduate School. The new director is a na- tive of Yakima and attended Marquette High School there. He received his A. B. degree from Gonzaga in 1939, his M.A. in philosophy in 1939 and his M.A. in French from Fordham in 1940, Father Regimbal also has served as chairman of Gon- zaga's modern language de- partment, dean of faculties and assistant to the president. Registration Open For Summer Session At Fort Wright SPOKANE--Registrations now are being accepted at Fort Wright C o 11 e g e for summer classes June 15 through July 24, according to Sister Mary Flavian, academic dean and coordinator for the six-week session. On-campus registration will be June 13. Both men and women may enroll for the courses iaclad. ing those for teachers in pub- lic and private schools, and for elementary end secondary school students. Non-credit courses in creative dramatics and music, and pre- college classes in modern for- eign languages for junior and senior high school students are being offered, in addition to short courses and workshops for adults in piano, phone-vis- ual materials, theology, liturgi- elegy, r e 1 i g i o n, psychology, science and special education for the handicapped. For information, write to the Director of Summer Session. i St. George Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis--Choir and conference meeting, S u n d a y, May 24, St. James Cathedral. Discussion leaders, 1:15 p.m., school; chapter meeting, 1:45 p.m., school hall; novice meet- ing, 1:15 p.m., rooms 1-B and 1-C. Profession of novices by Rev. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M., spiritual director, 2:30 p.m., cathedral. Reception following in school hall. Novices are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaMer, Danny Stecher, Mrs. Nora Jean Healy, Richard' Garcia, Lawrence Iten, Mrs. Irene Losey and Mrs. Pearl McCann. Reception For Jesuits Set By Guild TACOMA--A reception from 2- 4 p.m. Sunday, May 24, in Bel. larmine social hall, given by the Tacoma Jesuit Guild, will honor three Jesuits soon to leave for St. Stanislaus Semin- ary, B r o k e n Hill, Northern Rhodesia, in Africa. The reception will follow a de- parture ceremony in St. Leo Church for the three, Rev. Leon Kapfer, S. J., Mr. Rich- ard Chartrand, S. J., and Mr. Peter Titland, S.$. Three Elected Spur Jim DiJulio, Jr. RIACH OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER " 12h & E. PiNE LAkeview 4-0666 Just In Time for Graduation! S..A.L.E -- FOR BREAKFAST --FOR LUNCH --- FOR SNACKS Officers at GU SPOKANE -- Sheila Colleen McMenamin of Tacoma has been re-elected new president of Spurs, women's national soph- omore service honorary, at Gonzaga University. Other new officers from the Archdiocese are Sue Kesling, Seattle, treasurer, and Ginny Brotherton, Seattle, represen- tative to the Associated Wom- en's council. OPPI| SUPPLIES PRINTIN@ OPPICE PURNITURE ! I Ii Seeeea Sltreet MAIn |-I 440 TRICK & MURRAY i:, Q., Seattle During July and August, Kiefner Jewelers will ,take a long-awaited vacation. Among the places we plan "--SUNNY to visit are our cuckoo-clock maker in Germany and Illailllnllllmillllnin several watch factories in Switzerland. Since our store will be closed from June 15 through Labor Day, JIM [ C0HPLI:TF i we are now having a stock reduction sale o{ engage- ment and wedding rings, watches, clocks and silver- .m .m ware. Come in soon fo take advantage of these m special savings. PEANUT BUTTER [ RFHODELI,G SERVICE : q)* JA"Sla2 -" Interi:'uE:d er|r : I1' ELLIES _ References i. :' Zero down, S years #o pay : SUNNY JIM SYRUP .. PA 2.4463 _m PRESERVES : ,ee,ey CO,STRUCTm, CO. : .2 B,o.dwoy T.rm* 4-44000 II At ALl, neumr Groc,u Stores Illlllllllllllllllllnl Seattle Friday, May 22, 1964 THE PROGRESS--7 St. John Parish--Last Moth- ers' C I u b outing, 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, Egan Hall. Installation of officers. Fifth graders' mothers will be host- esses, headed by Mrs. Virginia Ortman and Mrs. Jane Smith. St. Joseph Parish- "Senior Citizens Club" meeting, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, social hall, honoring mem- bers born in May. Birthday re- freshments, noon. Those attend- ing should bring sandwich. Mo- tion picture, cards, talks and business meeting, w i t h Dr. George Dever presiding. All senior citizens of Seattle invit- ed. Seattle University Art League --Beaux Arts tea and art show, 1-5 p.m." Wednesday, May 27, home of Mrs. F. B. Curtis, 12751 S.E. 69th Place, Hazel- wood, in Renton. Show will benefit S.U. art center building fund. Pouring will be Mrs. P. Robert Brown and Mrs. A. J. Schoenecker. Mrs. Max L. Gray is chairman. For information and reservations, call LA 2-3466 or LA 2-9285. Tacoma Pierce County Chapter el Catholic Nurses--Meeting, 8 p. m. Thursday, May 28, St. Jo- seph's Hospital Nurses' Home. Election of officers. St. Ann Parish--St. Ann Guild meeting, n o o n, Wednesday, May 27. Mrs. Peter Gaffigan is chaiTman of luncheon. Busi- ness meeting, conducted by Mrs. Hazel Gundy, followed by social hour. Gonzaga Prep Debaters Win State Title SPOKANE -- The Gonzaga Prep debate team captured its third consecutive state title in Pullman May 9 by defeating previously u n b e a t e n East Chris Achen and Phil Oriard Bremerton in the finals. won straight debates. Aquinas of Tacoma took third place. The team of Achen, Oriard and Ted Cooper has qualified for a pl a c e in the National Forensic League Tournament in Akron, Ohio, in late June. Mr. David J. Leigh, S.J., is debate coach. St. Anthony's Has 106 First Communicants First Holy Communion was received by 106 children of St. Anthony Parish, Kent, Satur- day, May 9, Rev. Patrick S. Lyons, pastor, announced. Included in the group were: Boys: Timothy Abersfeller, Gregory Banosky, Raoul Benolt, Darrell Camp bell, Daniel Clark, Robert Doniey, Dan- lel Flynn, Peter Grlfflth, Toby Hess, Ray Ibsen, Stephen Kiclnskl, Peter Lo BountY, Mathew McCleory, Mark Mur- ray, Joseph Poole, Clemens Richter Kevin Sheehan, Bernard Thuerlnger, Paul Wentz, KIm Wilson, John Ander- son, Barry Thomas, Donlel Blrklld, Patrick Corpenler, RIc Clark and Peter Ellis. John Glosser, David Hagert, Daniel Hlggins, Paul Kautzmon, Stephen Klopf* stein, Michael Lamb, Ronald Meuccl, Stephen Murray, Curtis Rohfeldt, Jef- frey Rled, Ernest Stroomer, Scoff Watson, Hal Westerlund, Arthur'Ybarra, Gary Armstrong, Michael Beirels, D0n- lel Brounschwelg, Thomas ChlllquIsb Bryan Colucclo, James Emerson, Jo. seph Grlfflth, Michael Harby Edward Kalko, Lewis Kenwerthy, M I c h a I Koppes, Dov(d Lopes, Michael Mont- gomery, John Phillips, WIIIIom Rich. ordson, Mlchoel Schlitz, Billy Swanson, Michael Welton, Douglas Wilson and Kent Zettel. Girls in the group include: Mlstl Aberle, Laura Benguerel, Bren. do Campbell, Jonlco Cruse, Susan Duffy, Susan Goenlng, Debra Hall, Debra H ebort, Kothryn Klclnski, Pom- e a Mena a, Janlco Pron,, Margorlta Rekevlcs, Col I e n Schwortz, Doris Welch, Suson Welton, Klmberlle Smith, Cheryl Adams, Cherle Benolt, KIm. berly Clark, Rlta De Vlllor, Debra Fleming, Teresa Groen, Lorl Jean Honklns. Elleen Johnson, Joan Ladner, Jill Meyers ond Debora Potts. Molly $chlndeldecker, Mary Angela Smith, Merflne Wethered, Kathleen CYonemltsu, Lynne Bitemon, Deono Burton, Keen Curran, Llnda Dioz, Melody G e i g e r, Tracy Greenwood, Debra Hekker, Colleen Kennelly, Nancy Martell, Mary McHugh, Llnda Phillips, Jolene Schm01ke, Korlo Wagner, Rox- anne Wilcox and Nancy Praff. St. Bernadette' s Open House MAKING CERTAIN everything at St. Bernadette's will be shiny for the parish open house Sunday, May 24, are, from left, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Saitto and Mrs. Eugene Master- son. The open house, from 2-5 p.m., is being presented by the CCD Apostolate of Good Will. Non-Catholics especially are invited to attend. Refreshments and tours of the school, church and convent at 861 S.W. 128th St., are planned. (Photo by W. C. Heib lr.) Nine Winners In St. Joseph Science Fair Nine winners received awards in St. Joseph School's science fair last weekend from among the more than 70 pupils who participated. First place in the junior di- vision was awarded to Scott- Bergford and George Hilton for a group exhibit; second place to Willis Domingo, and third to Therese Wilhite. Thomas Kilian took first prize in the intermediate divi- sion; tied for second were Jim Peterson and Eugene Aucourt, and David Armour was third. In the primary division, Lisa Ford won first award, John Comick second and Loretta Hil- ton third. Dr. Robert Fouty was chair- man of the fair, assisted by Ted Ruoff, Stephen Rebel, Thomas Kane and Mrs. Gene Ford. Requiem Mass For Sister M. Gamelina Requiem Mass was said Sat- urday, May 18, in the chapel of Mt. St. Vincent's Home for Sister Mary. Gamelina, 62, who died May 13. Burial was at Calvary under the direction of Bonney-Watson Co. Sister Gamelina, the former Mary Phflomena Podbielancik, was born in Ferule, B.C., Can- ada, and entered the Sisters of Charity of Providence in 1930 at Mt. St. Vincent's. She made her profession there in 1932. Sister had been assigned at St. Catherine's School and in Walla Walla and Portland. She had served as a seamstress and sacristan many years. Survivors are a brother, P. 3". Podd, and a sister, Mrs. V. N. Christee, both of Spokane, with answersto ur personal QUeStions Borrowed Money From Relatives DEAR LORETTA YOUNG: I would like your advice. My husband and I borrowed some money from his brother and we always paid back as much as we could afford. Now my husband is dead a number of years and my broth- er-in law's wife is telling people that we never paid any of it. To my face, they are nice and as sweet as pie. I would tefl them I know what they are saying but I know from past experience that they would deny it. I try to forgive them but I can't forget.--MRS. X DEAR "MRS. X": Yes, you CAN forget. Offer your humiliation to Our Dear Lord in reparation for all the humiliation He ac- cepted with infinite charity. And pray every day for your in-laws. This is a perfect op- portunity for "turning the other cheek." Sincerely, LORETTA YOUNG Is It a Normal Feeling? DEAR MISS YOUNG: I am the mother of four small chil- dren, the oldest is six and the youngest one year. Now I find I am going to have another child and I am depressed and crying for the past three months. I don't know what to do. Am I normal feeling that way? My husband was a little concerned at first but says they will be rown up quickly and we will be happy that we have them all. Sometimes I think I,m im- mature acting like this, but it just *seems that all I've done since I was married, is have children. I wonder if other women feel this way. I know I'm not the only woman who ever had five children this close but I feel like I am. Could you give me some advice?--DEPRESSED. D E A R "DEPRESSED": Depression during pregnancy is very normal--ask your doctor about Vitamin B shots. This baby will probably be your greatest joy later on. The things we suffer for, we appreciate mare. By the way, do you realize how fortunate you are to have a husband you can depend on for right advice? Sincerely, LORETTA YOUNG Assumption Holy Name Society Grows ASSUMPTION PARISH Holy Name Society welcomed 39 new members Sunday, May 17, at a Mass and Communion breakfast. Of the new Holy Name men, 26 are eighth grade graduating boys, Guest speaker at the breakfast was Rev. William Treacy, "Chal- lenge" television panelist. The Society has grown from 70 members two years ago to the present active membership of 230. Tony Johnson is president and Rev. Philip Bagan, O.S.B., is pastor. An executive board was added last year to assist the officers. --(Phoo by IV. C. Helb It,)