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ARRIVING in Seattle last week on a stop-over were six Hang Kong refugees brought to the United States by Rt. Ray. Msgr. John Romaniello, M.M. (upper right), director of Catholic Relief Services for the National Catholic Wel. fare Conference in Hang Kong. He was assisted by Miss lrene Chan (right) of the CRS staff. Others in the picture Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wang of Seattle (left) aud Ray. Gerald Nagle, M.M., northwest regional director of the Maryknoll Procure in Seattle. Oriental Refugees OCxanon Be Adop00ed g Kong refu- flee in Seattle at 410 Marion gees from Catholic or- phanages in the British Crown Colony, traveling via Northwest Airlines, rrived in Seattle last week md were guests of the Mary- knoll Fathers at 958 10th Ave. E. The children were brought to the United States by Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Romaniello, M.M. director of Catholic Relief Services--NCWC in Hang Kong and Miss Irene Chan, of the :RS Staff. One child was adopted by a Catholic couple in Arizona. The other five went on to New York and Pennsylvania where their foster parents were waiting for them. Last year the U. S. Govern- ment passed a permanent law rmitting Oriental children thout parents to enter the S. at any time. It is perhaps, the first time that the door of America has been opened to Orientals on a permanent basis and it is a great opportunity to live a normal life and develop themselves befitting the dignity of a human being. Should there he Catholic families in the Northwest who are interested in adopting an Oriental child, which would bring them happiness and also a great future for the child, contact the Archdio- cesan Catholic Charities of- Street where information will be given on the process by which a child may be adopted in the U. S. from Hang Kong. Before World War II, Hang Kong was about the size of Se- attle, Today the city is deluged with nearly 4,000,000 people, most of them refugees from Red China. The strain put upon schools, housing, food, hos- pitals, and employment is acutely disruptive. In attempts to relieve some of these enor- mous problems, the Maryknoll Fathers, a group of American Catholic priests, themselves exiles from Red China, have established refugee centers to feed some of the people through the now famous "Oper- ation Noodles" and to shelter them through low-cost housing. The Rev. Michael McKier- nan, M.M. from Pomeroy, Wash., is in charge of all IYlaryknoll aetivies in the Hung Kong area. Monsignor Romaniello, ."the . n o o d I e priest of Hang Kong" who ac- companied the children to Se- attle, has been invited to participate in the three week workshop of the World Food Organization, m e e t i n g in Washington, D. C. in June. The famous noodle machines which Monsignor started in 1957, now operate all over the Orient and will soon start oper- ation in South America in order to try to alleviate the hunger in parts of the Andes 1st Communicants Listed Lady of son. G....,,...,ck .,cko,as. m Richard Pardur, Rlcky Parkinsao, Dooald Pearson Good Help HOQUIAM -- Making their First Communion at Our Lady of Good Help Church Sunday, May 12, were the following children. Mary Lou Artz, Julia Barnes, Rich- ard Bldwell, Judy BIIndhelm, Timothy Bowers, John and Dovld Brewer, Thomas Brown, Patrick Byron, Julia Ann Campbell, Teresa Clcrlch, Louis DuBols. Gary nudra, Marllyno Giles, Carol Haggertly, Steven Haggerty, Shella Helvle, aarbora Heodrlcksen, Mlchete Isenhort, Margaret Mary Ishler, Lar- ry Johnson, Edward Klein. Mary Frances LaForest, Mary Beth Lynch, Shirley Mackenzie, Shirley Ann McMIIlan, Debra Sue Powell, Marljeao Pravo, Timothy Qulgg, Teresa Sever- son, Raymond Shustok, Teresa Slobod- ny, James Sorter, Judith Stonton, An- thony Strlcevich, Robert Wetzel, Joy Wlelond. ---St. Mark's Seventy children received First Holy Communion at the a.m. Mass May 12, at St. Mark Church. The Ray. Theo- dore Sullivan, pastor, was the celebrant of the Mass. The children are: James Baird, Kenneth Barrel, D0n- aid Beeson, Craig Beyteblere, earbora BJeletlch, Sharon BJeletlch, S h el la BJeleflch, Gordon Braun, Scoff Carl- Son, Cherrol Clapp. Susan Clark, Theresa Comer, Laura Crolghton, Mary Fraocls Dalley, James Devine, Donna Dlcecco, Debra 1Diebold, Donna Doyle, Paul Doyen, Thomas Enslln, Ronald Frashure, Daniel Gerhard, George GIordano, David Gleeson, An- drew Hordan, William Haynes, Steven Hubbell, Mark Huber, Philip Hundley, Mark Jablonskl. Catherine Jacksoo, Elleen Jione- moo, Teresa Kelly, Donald King, Steven Kolb, Geregory Krape, Non- otto Leslolie, Anon Lindemaon, Dab- era Lofz, David Love. Terry Ann Mohoskl, Jeffrie Moucerl, Merrlllee Moucerl, S e o n McEvoy, Elizabeth Mines, Bruce Naseth, MIch- ella Newman, Norman Olson, Richard Olson, Robyn Olson. Doryl Partridge, Susan Perkowsky, Keoneth Plnney, Joho Pokezwlnskl, J O h O RipIoy, Marcia Romanick, Mlchele PIrnle, Timothy PlaqueS, Robin Raymond, Jomle Rhine, 5uz- anne RIordan, Theresa Rosenberger, Expedlto Royset, Lora Ann Rozmyn, Nancy $chmidt, Elaine Scrtbo. Richard Shine, Dean Skaggs, Diane Stocklnger, Polrlclo Sweaton, Patrick Thompson, Joho Troop, Richard Uklch Lorl Urbauer, James Wallsar, Pamela Walker, Manhew Weaver, Richard Wood, Diane Yaflcy, Robert Zerbel. ---St. Charles Borromeo TACOMA -- Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Class chil- dren received their First Holy Communion Sunday, May 5. The following Sunday, the chil- dren in the parish school made their First Communion. Also May 12 Carla Stroh crowned the statue of the Blessed Virgin in special May ceremonies. The CCD First Communi- cants are: Vlckey Bortiootn, Randall Beruzzl, Jeonlfer Jane Burkhart, Curt Clinton, Reasa Colbo, Gerald Erb, Steven Fab- re, Frances Forrar, Mary Lynn Fielschman; Pofrlcia Gibson, Ano Elaine Hoogen, James Healon, Donald June, Teresa Moo Hannah, Kothleen M. McCarthy, Ran Lath, James Monley, Kathleeo Morano, Judy Norat, Steven Poullk; Patrick Parnell, Charlotte Paterson, Pamela Smith, Patrick Harris, Laura Louth, Douglas F I c c o, Kothleen Plelss, Don Shaman, Kirk Schroeder; Bradley Seifert, M o r k Sergeant, David Simpson, Timothy Stephens, Potrlcia Ann Tobet, David Vogol, Colleen Warner and Daniel Williams. The parish school First Com- municants are: John D. natall, Kareo Lee Bradley, Mary Patrlcla Byers, Catherine Joan Calder, D avl d Campbell, Kathleeo Clancy, Patrice Conant, Mark Oe Lor- enzo, Kenneth Elilngton, Kathteen Anne Eliiott. Sholla Ann Foley, Marcia Good. man, Michael Greoler, Sloven Grun- err, Herman Yomll Hortke, Richard E. Jenkins, Mark R. Karamallc, Michael Lovravich, Michael McKay, Michael McNally. Lynnwood Parish Forms Club Bellincjham Catholic Daughters of Ameri- ca -- Court St. Aloysius will in- stall new officers Tuesday, May 28. Grand regent is Mrs. Peter Hauser assisted by Mesdames Dan Sofia, David Siden, John Sternhagen, M. G. Farnsworth, Victor Dub, V P. Mustacich, Edward Mura and Misses Thee Sturgeon, Ida De Grace, Helen Welsh and Josie Reuter. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- The minimum building fund goal of $150,000 ha s been reached but the continuation committee will conduct two more fund-raising drives in the two succeeding years to give new parishioners an opportun- ity to contribute, also. Anyone wishing to contribute toward a memorial gift should contact Rev. Lawrence Willen- borg, pastor, TA 4-1365. Vacation religion school will begin right after the close of the regular school year. The altar society meets the third Thursday in June when Mrs. Glen Kammers, president, and her assisting officers, will take office. Lynnwood St. Thomas More Parish -- All men of the parish are in- vited to join the newly-organ- ized Men's Club. It will be a means of bringing together Catholic as well as non-Cath- t IIIIII I olic men of the parish to assist in parish projects. For further information call Bob Wilmart, PR 8-5495 or Bob Dixon, PR 8-1780. A parish rummage sale will be held tomorrow, May 25, at the parish meeting room, 6509 176th S.W., beginning at noon. William Harrinqtons Mark 60th Wedding Date Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. William Harrington of Holy Rosary Parish attended a Mass celebrated by Rev. William J. Power in their honor. It was the Har- ringtons 60th wedding anniver- sary. The date was May 18, 1903, and the place was St. Joseph Church, Yakima, when the 20- year-old bride and 28 year old groom exchanged w e d d i n g VOWS. May 18 is a big day in the Harrington household I o r their oldest daughter, Mrs. P. M. Bisehoff of Yakima was married that day 37 years ago and their grand- son, Philip Bischoff was married last Saturday. Although M r s. Harrington was born in Minnesota and her husband in Canada they met in Yakima and lived there until 15 years ago. He ran a tavern and cigar store in the Central Washington city. Their five other children all live in Washington State. Mrs. Priscilla Fustafson in William Pauls Mark Anniversary MARYSVILLE  Mr. and Mrs. William J. Paul, Marysville, will be honored on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary, Saturday, June I, with open house from 3 to 6 p.m. at Memorial Hall, Legion Park, Everett. No invitations will be sent but all relatives and friends are invited to the reception, which will be hosted by the couple's sons, Harry and Jerry Paul and Mrs. Paul's mother, Mrs. Edith Logan. Serving will be in charge of Mrs. Randall .Friday, Ma)t 24, 1963 THE PROGRESS--9, Seattle St. Martin's College Alumni Association- The Very Rev. Dunstan Curtis, O.S.B., presi- dent of St. Martin's College, will be the principal speaker of SMC's King County Alumni As- sociation dinner-meeting at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 31, in the Windjammer Restaurant. A no-host social hour will be held at 6:30 p.m., according to Dr. Robert Aigner, program chairman. Dinner is on a reser- vation basis with a $3 fee. Immaculate Parish -- Felix J. Arena has been reelected president of the School of the Immaculate Parent - Teacher Club. Other officers are Mrs. Rud- dy Echaurre, vice president; Mrs. Edward Russell, secre- tary; Race Barnett, treasurer; and Emilio F. Fabico, auditor. Hibernian Auxiliary -- A des- sert bridge party will be hetd Wednesday, May 29, at 12:30 p.m. at the Washington Natural Gas Co., 1507 Fourth Ave. Mrs. Pat Lyons is chairman. Third Order of St. Francis.- The monthly conference for St. George Fraternity will be held in St, James Cathedral Sunday, May 26, at 2:30 p.m. preceded by recitation of the Franciscan Office. The key. Antoine Wishon, O. F.M., spiritual director will give the talk and officiate at the rites of profession for the following novices: Miss Alexan. dra Veranth, Mesdames Rub Burr, Jeanne Buchholz, Luella M. Bush, Marjorie Herbison, Florence M. Quinn, Dagmar Rhodes, Ida Skelly, Margaret Hurley and Messrs. Herbert Buchholz, Roy R. Cotton, Paul Edwards, Joseph Quinn and Quintin Rhodes. Chapter meetings will be held at 1:45 in the Cathedral hall with group leaders meeting at 1:15 and postulants and novices meeting in school rooms 1-A and 1-B at 1:15. St. Peter Parish--The Ladies Altar Society will meet Friday, May 13, at 12 noon. There will be installation of new officers. Hostesses will be Mesdames Phil Fagan, Fort Falsetto and Joe Grossi. Our Lady of Lourdes Parish --The movie "Song of Berna- dette" will be shown Saturday evening, May 25, at 7 p.m. in the school hall, 1037 S. 102nd St. Seattle Supplies Overseas Mission Club--A showing of two movies about the work of the Medical Mission Sisters in Africa and India will be shown Tuesday, May 28, at 7:30 p.m. in St. Paul Parish hall, 5600 S. Ryan St. Anyone interested is welcome to come. Young Ladies Institute--Offi- cers of Lorraine Institute will be installed Tuesday, May 28, at 8 p.m. in St. Alphonsus Parish hall, 5704 15th N.W. Mrs. Leonard Decker is the new president. Others taking office includes Mesdames Rob- ert Vrooman, James Taylor and Tim McCullough, James Mallonee, L. W. Wolfe, John Schrader, George Korkowski, Richard At-wood, Maurice Rey- nolds, George Forrest, Peter Metz, Kenneth McMullen and Misses Madeline Nelson, Mar- garet O'Callaghan and JoAnn Slavik. Tacoma SS. Peter and Paul Parish-- The new officers of the Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women for the parish are Mrs. Joseph Dobriski, president, as- sisted by Mesdames Ben Racz- kowski, J. C. Gratzer and Earl Arnold. Visitation Parish -- Francis Schuckardt, regional director of the Blue Army, will speak at Pacific Beach, Ocean Shores Masses Set Beginning Sunday, June 2, Mass will be said every Sire- day at beth Pacific Beach and Ocean Shores. June 2 Mass will be at $ a.m. at Pacific Beach and 10 a,m. at Ocean Shores. Every Sunday thereafter the hours will alternate at the two resorts. the parish hall Monday, May 27, at 8 p.m. His topic will be "God's Blue Answer to the Reds." The lecture is open to the public and all are invited. Catholic War Veterans, La- dies Auxiliary -- The annual Memorial Day flower sale will be at Calvary Cemetery May 29 and 30. Proceeds will aid the patients at American Lake Vet- Seattle; Mrs. Elsie Thorpe in Bremerton; Mrs. Gertrude Batterson in Seattle as does Mi s s Cereatha Harrington with their only son, AI, re- siding in Moses Lake. They have 19 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren Their oldest grandchild is Sister superior at St. Joseph School in Vancouver. They also have three grandsons who are priests or are in the semin- ary-namely the three Bis- chaff sons. Although Mr. Harrington is infirm his wit e still gets around although she finds one of her favorite hobbies---cook- ing, pretty tiring. "My best dish is cheese- cake," Mrs. Harrington laughed. "But actually my only hobby is being a house- wife. That's what I've been all my life." Having been sick herself Mrs. Harrington's only regret is that she cannot walk to daily Mass each morning as she did previous to her illness. May Ceremony Scheduled At Everett Parish EVERETT -- This Sunday, May 26, parishioners of St. M a r y Magdalen Parish will hold their outdoor May Proces- s/on in honor of the Blessed Mother beginning at 3 p.m. At that time the procession will exit from the school led by an honor guard from the Fourth Degree, Knights of Co- lumbus, color guard from the parish scout troop and the crossbearer. Pat Bikel, chosen CYO Girl of the Year at the parish will present a tribute in flowers at the outdoor shrine. The Ray. William Lane, pastor, will give the sermon and devotions will close with Benediction. H a r b e c k and Mrs. Frank erans Hospital. Kniess. St. Leo High School Alum- The couple were married at Hoffner Named nae--Meeting will be Tuesday, St. John Church, Seattle, June 1, 1038, and since that time State Funeral have resided in Everett and Marysville. Both have been Director Head most active in parish and civic organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Paul are members of Fraternal Order of Eagles and Auxiliary No. 13, and Mr. Paul is a member of Knights of Colum- bus. Mrs. Paul has been Presi- dent of Perpetual Help Altar Society, City Chapter of the Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women, Northern Dean- ery, President's Council, and has served on any number of civic and parish committees prior to her election as presi- dent of the ACCW. The family asks that gifts please be omitted. 'La Traviata' Opening Event In Seattle Center With soprano Mary Costa as its ill-starred heroine, Violetta, and a cast of internationally renowned opera greats, Ver- di's "La Traviata" will come to Seattle's new Opera House for two performances May 29 and 31. The immortal opera is being presented by the Seattle Sym- phony Opera Committee as the first attraction on the Seattle Center's gala summer season opening program. Although advance news of the opera has aroused unusual interest throughout the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Sym- phony office reports good seats still available for both perfor- mances in a range of prices. Tickets are on sale at 601 Or- pheum Building, Seattle; MU 2-1675; and at the Ban Marche ticket office. W. George Hoffner, owner of Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Fu- neral Home and a member of St. Alphonsus .... Parish, w as elected presi- den t of the W a s h i ngton Directors As- sociation last Tuesday in Yakima at the 62nd annual convention of t h e Associa- tion. W. GEORGE Hoffner came HOFFNER to Seattle from Tacoma in 1946 and bought a one-half interest in the funeral home. He became sole owner in 1953. Hoffner is a past pres- ident of the King County Fu- neral Directors Association and is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association. Prior to his election as pres- ident of the state group, he served as secretary-treasurer three years and as second and first vice president. Hoffner, his wife and son, David, live in St. Alphonsus Parish where the new presi- dent is a member of the Holy Name Society. He is a past president of the Seattle Serra Club and is a P ast Grand Knight of Tacoma Council, Past State Deputy of the Washington State Council and a member of Seattle Coun- cil, Knights of Columbus. He has served as secretary- treasurer of the Religious In- formation Bureau of the State Council since 1951. Births TACOMA -- St. Joseph Hospital re- Donald Pessemler, girl, May 4 ports the fi)llawlng births to Mr. ahd Gary Brines, boy, May 5 May 28, in the rectory meeting hall. Election of officers will be held and the high school graduating class will be guests. Outdoor Camp Facilities For Handicapped P h y s i c a I 1 y handicapped youngsters between the ages of 8 and 16 from all parts of Washington State may now ap- ply for attendance at any of four Easter Seal Society.spon- sored outdoor recreation camps, according to an an- nouncement made this week by Mrs. Leo E. Sandstrom, So- ciety President. The installations, all of which offer facilities for all types of physically handicapped young- sters, are Camp Illahee, lo- cated between Cle Elum and Ellensburg, Camp Bonneville, near Vancouver, Camp Moran on areas Island and Camp Easter Seal on Lake Coeur d'Alene. Dates for the summer ses- sions are Camp Easter Seal, July 15-August 9; Camp Illa- hee, August 5-August 18; Camp Bonneville, August 4-August 11; Camp Moran, August 4-August 16. Applications for attendance at any of the sessions may be obtained by writing the Easter Seal Society, 100 Dexter North, Seattle. Bellingham CDA Donates Screen FOR THEIR yearly project Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica, Court St. Aloysius, donated a 10 by 24 foot cinema- scope movie screen to Assumption Parish School. The Rcv. John C. O'Connell, pastor, is shown accepting the gift from Mrs. Peter Hauser (left) grand regent. Mrs. Harold Reule (center), librarian and lay instructor at the school, was instrumental in arrangmg the purchase details. CDA Gives 'Evening Of SemiflarMn Recollection' Set May 26 Aid Check A check for $1,000 for the seminarian burse fund was presented to the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, by Court Little Flower of Jesus, Catholic Daughters of America, May 5 at the an- nual Communion breakfast of the group. The Rev. William E. Galtagher, court chaplain, was also in attendance. Eelection of officers for the group was held May 14. Mrs. Louise Turtle is new grand regent. Her fellow officers are Mesdames Rosalie Krueger, Grace Schank, Katherine Shay, Elizabeth Liddle, Mary Crow. ley, Mary Driscoll and Maria Seitz and Misses Geraldine Scholtes, Juliana Job, Sarah Gleason and Mary Lyons. An invitation is extended to married couples of all faiths and ages to attend an evening of recollection at St. Bern- adette Church, 801 S.W. 128th St., Sunday, May 26, at 7 p.m. The purpose is to provide married couples with an op- dPOrtunity to meditate upon the ignity and fullness of their vocation. Guest speaker will be Rev. Christian Monder, O.F.M., pro- fessor at St. Francis Seminary in Troutdale, Ore. He will give talks on both the spiritual and practical aspects of mardnge and conduct an open forum discussion. Film News Sheet VALLETrA, Malta (NC)--A monthly news sheet which gives reviews and moral classifications of c u r r e n t movies has been started here by the Malta Archdiocesan Film Commission. tAkeview 4,0666 Seatfla Thousands'jll Nuns who 00eek PERFECT '/'gx"" FiTTiNG & \\; COMPLETE COMFOR1 are not satisfied with any other shoes. Sensibly made with mdble low heels, "America's Most Attmcti Shoes for Comfort" offer you the maximum in quality, all-over fit, service. The shoe that you buy, Sister, is made over the last proper for your food IVe also carry the World Famous Dr. Locke Shoes PAULCO SHOES INC. 1111 BROADWAY, TACOMA TOOK 35 YEARS TO DECIDE TO QUIT LARGEST QUITTING ,SALE Dayna Sblendorio, Frank Sblendorlo, Jeffrey $chocher, Wayne Scharboch, Debra Shay. John Snyder, Robert Stark, Valerle Stockier, Russell Sleodera, Diane Stew- art, Michael Strata, Donald Tessler, Charles Turner, Cynthia Wollaco, Ken- neth Wood. I Holy Cross TACOMA -- The following children m ads their First Communion at Holy Cross Church Sunday, May 12. They are: Mary Jo Babare, Marcy Bannon, Brian Bartlett, William Barber, David Beunlng, Karen Back, SUsanne Brady, Brian eremner, David aruneltl, Sharon Bullerl. Thomas Burkle, SheJlah Burns, Brian Butler, Michael Covonough, Koylean Cline, Michael Cline, Brian Comfort, Christopher Comfort, Mich- ael Condon, Patrick Conoors. Cynthia Czeczok, Deldre Ann Ooly, Jimmy Diamond, Karen Duffy, Theresa Duggan, Lynn Farmer, Gall Flnk, Kevln Flnnegan, Victoria Flaherty, Jane Florino. Robert Floberg, Potrlcla Goelhertt Edward Gloyno, Daniel Gulll, Doug- las Guthmlller, Teresa Holb Rox. ann Horbrecht, Dorothy Harmon, Gregory Johnson, James Hovee. Son[a Kaylor, Keith Kossman, Edith Kroho, James Lamber1, Stephen Lan- tiers, Kevln Laughlin, Torrance Ltd. dane, Jeffery Morcelia, Carol, Mason, Joan Mayer. vtotrlclo McDonough, Joseph, Millie, IIn Mitchell, Katherine, Marrl- John C. Melchlorre, Alexander Mar- All in the Everett area are Mrs.: Calvin Lelthead, girt, May 6 Ilch, Kevln C. Meyer, Cynthia Olson, Harald Fenger, boy, May, Clifford Melton, boy, May6 OF ITS KIND Susan Rlchner, Robert Thomas Ross, cordially invited to attend. Robert Downle, boy, May 2 Raymond Schotz, boy, May 6 Patrick Shoe, Charles Spruck, John Stephen Finnegan, boy, May "/ William Plonck, boy, May S Antoo Sterblck, Linda M. Truckey. Fthera Hyatt John Garlfone, girl, May2 Richard Krugmlre, boy, May| Susan Whlte|ey, Mlclmol Weodtey, Thomas Greco, girl, May 3 Gory Smith, g|r$, May 9 Catherine Made Rice, Paul Oumas, Donald Hagen, girl, May 4 Herman Popke, girl, May 9 F A-Mus BRNDA Jane Hagen, Kristina Martin, Michael John McDonald, boy, May 4 Garry Sykes, boy, May 9 Bye., Paula Mazurek, Michael Nard, will Visit Thomas Strock, boy, May4 William Huntington, girl, May 11 GIGANTtC STOCK DamOI Soapke. ----'--'---- LUGGAGE Joseph o. ee, zenoorfo,, cora, Ano Seattle Boffke, Klmberly B o w e r, Daniel Brands, AIIclo Ann Campbell, Terry M. Clohery, Steven Charles Davis, Daniel The Rev. James F. Hyatt, Lee Downey. SPECIAL! Jeffrey R. Drake, Carol Ann Eck- M. M., director of the Good Come [n Now fo rash, Dana Ann Evans, John R. Shepherd Movement in Japan, Frlon, Toni Marie Grabar, Joolco Ann Grant, Mitchell Hanson, Timothy will arrive in Seattle from SHOP FOR Hess, Patrlcio J. Kessler Theresa Ann La Barge. Kyoto June 2 for a visit with GRDUATIONA Lawrence Martin, Kevln Merrlck, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Meyerdlrk, Gregory Montgom- Frank A. Hyatt, 23401 Highway At Y 0 cry Daniel C. Pope, Debra S. Porter, Jeffrey Lee Prouty, Barbara Ann 99, Edmonds. our I:aV rite... Sigler, James P. Slrldakfs, Jack Trap- FATHER'S DAY iono, B r u ce Urquart, Stephen J. wonlln. --SS. Peter & Paul TACOMA--The following chil- dren will receive their First Communion this Sunday, May 26: Steven Sabutis, Sally Evans, Michael Kerrilla, Pat MacLean, Margaret Valdez, Koran Sien- kiewich and Jeannie Mostrom. The Maryknoll priest, who has spent 13 years in Japan, will show one of his motion pictures at a reception in his honor Sunday, June 9, from 1 to 5 p.m. in St. Anne's Hall. While in the States, Father Hyatt will enroll in the Uni- versity of New York for a course in television techniques, and then return to Seattle for a few months stay. 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