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r]day, Ma 7 28, 1965 THE PROGRESS9 Jubilee Delights Sisters GOLDEN JUBILARIAN Sister Mary Benedicta OP who with five other Sisters of St. Dominic of the Edmonds Motherhouse was honored last Sunday with a reception at- tended by some 700 former students and friends, is shown with her grandniece Sister Paul Marie, Dominican novice, who will be professed June 14. Sister Paul Marie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cullinane of St. Benedict's Parish. She is a graduate of St. Benedict's Grade School and Holy Angels High School. Sister Benedicta the former Elizabeth Cotie, was the first girl from St. Benedict's Parish to enter the Dominican sisterhood. (Photo by Heib) Teachers to Attend SU English Institute Thirty senior and junior high tion. In the group and the school teachers have been se- lected to participate in the Summer .English Institute at Seattle University from June 15 to August 6 which is supported by a grant under the National Defense Education Act. It is aimed at improving the quality of teaching in high school. The participants receive tui- tion, travel and living allow- ances. Several senior and iunior high school teachers from the Seat- tle area will attend the institu- schools in which they teach are: Roy Alia, Catherine Blaine Jr. H i g h School; Lawrence Dean Dosser, Madrona Junior School; Mary Jane Hawley, Lake Washington High School; Nancy Jane Knocks, Meadow- dale Senior High, Lynnwood; Sue Tooley McBride. Wilson Ju- nior High School; James George Morrison, Jr., Blanchet High School; Sally Jo Purchase, Fed- eral Way High S ch ool; and Richard D. Sobotta, West High School, Bremerton. Marylhurst To Graduate Class of 81 MARYLHURST (Special)- Marylhurst graduation cere- monies will be held Saturday, May 29 and will feature Dr. Leonard W. Rice, President of Oregon College of Education, Mormouth, Oregon, as the com- mencement speaker. Baccalaureate Mass in the Convent Chapel at 11:00 that morning will be offered by Rev. Joseph Neuvill, principal I of Central Catholic High School, Portland, Ore. Eighty seniors, the largest class ever to graduate from Marylhurst, will receive their degrees that afternoon in the College Commons from the M o s t Reverend Edward D. Howard DD, Archbishop of Portland. NEW! OPENS JUNE 1Sthl KAUFER'S NORTH END BRANCH 539 N. E. 110th Near Junior Boot Shop l/z BIk. IL of Northgats Applications Due For Retarded Children's School Central School for Retarded Children announces that appli- cations are now being accepted for classes beginning in the , fail. The school, a parent cooper- ative group, serves all retarded children frcym 3 to 18 years of age in the King County area who are not eligible for existing programs in the publie schools. The school operates five days a week, from 10 am to 2 pm and is located at 1424 15th Avenue. In addition to regular classes, there .is a special class for blind retarded children. The school program includes training in self-care, self-con- trol, and academic skills if the child is capable. Mrs. Paul Neeley is presi- dent of the parent group. In- quiries may be addressed to the school, Box 1325, Broadway Branch, or by phoning EA 4- 6511. Full Course Dinner Sunday, June 6th 1 P.M. to 8 P.M. ADULTS $3.75 . . . Children Under 12, $2.00 (Tax Included) TOP O' TOWN --- SORRENTO HOTEL For Reservations m MA 2-0773  LA 3-1631  WE 5-0795 Sponsored By. Catholic Daughters of America Proceeds to: Seminarian Bursa LUIGI'S PIZZA Open Till 3 A.M. "The Best In Italian Food" ORDERS TO GO 718 Pike MA 4-6313 Seattle 98101 r Award Winner 00hrislian 00rothers Wines Metropolitan Beauty School (Across From Rhodes) Graduates! Make beauty culture a career. Investigate the opportunities available to you COME IN FOR INTERVIEW 1322 Second Ave. Seattle MU 2.5093 25 hours a day George (The American) Serpcmos, D.F., Doctor of rood, Owner 901 Madison MA 3-6333 Seattle Pilgrimage To Grotto Set At Lady of Lourdes The annual pilgrimage to the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 1040 S. Henderson St. (South Park) will be Sunday, May 30 at 2 pm with a proces- sion from the church. The Grotto, a replica of Lourdes, was built over 60 years ago by Belgian Brothers. The small trees and shrubs they planted then have grown to great height and beauty. Al- though weathered and worn, the statue of Our Lady w h i c h was made in Belgium has sur- vived much through the years, even including vandalism. Children of the parish who made their First Communion May 2 will lead the procession which will include school chil- dren in uniform and Confra- ternity of Christian Doctrine members. The sermon will be given by Father John Shaughnessy CSSR, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish. Sandra Welch will place a crown of fresh flowers at the feet of the statue, assisted by Barbara Gustafson and Maria Poelvoorde, all members of the CYO. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at the church will conclude the ceremonies. 1965 Liturgical Week Scheduled In Portland PORTLAND, Ore--The Arch- diocese of Portland, will be host to the 1965 National Liturgical Week, August 16-19, with ma- jor activities centered at Mem- orial Coliseum. Theme is "Je- sus Christ Reforms His Church." The four-day gathering is ex- pected to attract about I0,000, including bishops, priests, Sis- ters, Brothers, seminarians, and lay people, Catholic and other communions, to general s e s s i o n s, liturgioal worship services, contemporary sacred art exhibits, study groups and special sessions, all aimed at deepening and broading under- standing of Catholic liturgical worship. Under patronage of Arch- bishop Edward D. Howard, the local committies and or- ganization for this 26th an- nual week are directed by Father Edward Zenner. "Liturgical Week is a mas- sive public gathering of Cath- olics in study, discussion and worship, in common concern with the Christian heritage of Bible and Sacrament," the Archbishop said. He explained that the event is "meant to be a demonstration of faith by the community celebration of Holy Mass, a method of in- struction and education in the living worship of the Church, and an opportunity to meet the experts in Liturgical reform and renewal." Father Zenner noted the lit- urgical week program "will be ecumenical in spirit," with some of the major addresses scheduled by experts from the Anglican faith and invitations and special hospitality pro- grams being extended to guests of other communions, both clergy and laity. Monsignor Benelli UNESCO Observer VATICAN CITY (NC)--Pope Paul VI has named Msgr. Gio- vanni Benelli permanent ob- server of the Vatican at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organi- zation (UNESCO) whose head- quarters are in Paris. Monsignor Benelli is a career Vatican diplomat and has been serving as counselor to the pa- pal nunciature in Spain. Many Enjoy Josephinum Tea JOSEPHINUM RESIDENCE for retired persons was "alive with the glitter and charm of the long ago" May 23 as the Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark of the staff honored the residents, their families and friends with a May Tea. Mrs. Mary O'Toole, left, and Mrs. Marie Guillaume are greeted by Sister Catherine Therese, CSJ administrator, and Sister Jean Marie CSJ in the Flamingo Room where tea was served under a crystal chandelier which had lighted events for many distinguished visitors in the past. Also re- ceiving were Sister Eileen CSJ and Sister Dorothy CSJ. Assisting were Mesdames Earl E. Matt, James A. Tupper and Sarah M. Eldredge. Pouring were Mesdames Victor Marks, Fern Bennett, John Dirks and Franz Coe. Recent additions to The Josephinum facilities include a spacious chapel, pool room for men, library and occupational therapy room. (Photo by Heib) Gonzaga Honors Governor Brown SPOKANE -- John A. Bums, governor of Hawaii, will re- ceive an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Gonzaga University at its annual com- mencement exercises Sunday, May 23 in The Kennedy sports pavilion. In making the announcement, the Very Rev. John P. Leary, S J, Gonzaga's president, said "In honoring him we likewise honor our fellow citizens far out in the ocean and our own in- creasing number of students coming to Gonzaga from Ha- waii." John Keegan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Keegan, W 2338 Euclid, has been elected by the senior class of Gonzaga University to make the principal student address at commencement. Keegan, who is president of the school's student body, is one of two seniors recently ac- Recipient's Son Accepts Law Medal for Father SPOKANE--Charles P. Mori- arty, Jr., Seattle attorney, ac- cepted the Gonzaga University Law Medal award on behalf of his father at the university's 78th Commencement exercises in the Kennedy Pavilion May 23. The senior Moriarty, also a Seattle attorney, and his wife are on a world tour. Presented for the first time in 1962, the award honors those prominent in the legal profes- sion. Taxi Drivers At Field Mass MADRID (NC)--Thousands of taxi drivers turned out for the field Mass celebrated on the esplanade of the cathedral here to mark the arrival of a relic of St. Christopher, patron saint of travelers, brought here from cepted into.the. Harvard Law .Soville., The relic has been School for 1965-66 term. His placed in the chapel of the so- field will be international law cial center for taxi drivers and relations, here. "Camas Parish Children Will Be Confirmed CAMAS -- The sacrament of Confirmation will be adminis- tered by the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, Auxiliary Bi- shop of Seattle, Saturday, May 29, at 11 am Mass to a large class of St. Thomas Parish children. Summer Religious Education classes for St. Thomas Parish will be held 9 a.m. to noon dur- ing the week of June !4-18 for grades 2-6. Catholic seniors of Camas, Washougal and Stevenson schools were honored at a Mass May 23, followed by a waffle breakfast served by the Aquin- as Guild of St. Thomas Church. Mrs. J. Gant was chairman assisted by Mesdames J. Find, I. McGeachy, R. LaPore, J. Barnes, E. Schneider, R. Ma- nary, G. Guard, L. Woodman, D. Augee, and H. Wohlsein. Children Of Lacey Church To Receive First Communion LACEY -- Seventy-two children of Sacred Heart Mission Church will receive First Holy Communion Saturday, June 5, the Vigil of Pentecost, at the 10:30 am Mass, according to Father Ansgar Hallen OSB, pastor. First Communicimts will include: Ricardo Arrisola, D a v i d Brown, James Connor, Wib liam Connor, Thomas Davis, James Donnelly, Paul Felix, Donald Floyd, Daniel Gottbreht, Leonard Hangge, Gregory Haw, Gerald Hayward, Martin Holt, Robert Holt, Gary Horton, Paul Idea, Robert Johnson, Torrance Koester, Thomas Koester, A n d y Kramer, Ernest LaPalm, Allen Lupfer, Char- ties Monti, Edward Murray, Steven Quesnel, William Radford, Stereo Rees, James Robbins, Joseph Robbins, Frederick Robischon, Dana DeTray, Pet- rick Seaman, Thomas Sinclair, Bryan Smith, William Smith, Elaine Swift, Michael Swims- lar, Bruce VanCamp, Michael Vernam, Mark Weeks, Robert Winkley, Dennis Lech. Gloria Aguilar, Margaret Brownell, Koleen Boyle, Mi- chell Bueknum, Colleen Davis, Maureen Davis, Debra Dow, Nancy Feist, Bertha Gibbon, Laurel Goldenberger, Catherine Hartongh, Sandra Hillman, Kimberly Mayo, Janet Morrell, Kay O'Neil, Danijoyce Franck, Susie Hoe- schen, Shelley LaFreniere, Ev- elyn Lafrinere, Anne Lazara, Jennifer Roberts, Rebecca Roberts, Cheryl Roe, Dennis Roehrig, Lilly Ann Roehrig, Janet Shaver, Connie Vernam, Deborah Yacinich, Elizabeth Walker, Paulette Weeks. St. Joseph's Hospital Sets Graduation GRADUATION CEREMONIES will be held at St. Joseph's Hospital, Tacoma, Sun- day, May 30, at 9 a.m. for medical technicians, from left, front row, Bonnie Campbell, Aurora Reyes and (not pictured) Bernadette Berilla; radiologie technicians, from left, second row, Mely Pancho, Naomi Hendricks, Karen Kuhn, Trudi McDonald and Carol Ann Hauser; and medical record technologists, from left, top row, Gayle Grant, Lynne Lyn, Paula Gierke, Barbara Conley, Inga Isakson and Marda Taylor. (Photo by Richards-Tacoma) Luncheons, Dinners, High In Activities Bainbrldcje Island Block Rosary in honor of Our Lady of Fatima -- Will be said Tuesday, June 1, at 1 pm at the home of Mrs. Jesse Finch, Winslow; and at the home of Mrs. Joseph Eberharter, Is- land Center. The Rosary will be recited Tuesday, June 1, 2 pm at Messenger House; and Thurs- day, June 3, 2 pm at Lynn- wood Sanitarium. Everett Archdiocesan Council el Cath- olic Women, Northern Dean- ery--Final meeting Wednesday, June 9, at 11 a.m. at Imma, culate Conception Pm'ish, 2509 Hays Avenue. Luncheon will be followed by the general meeting. Board members from Belling- ham, Lynden, Mt. Vernon, Ed- monds and Everett are expect- ed. Reservations for luncheon Seattle The Aloha Club -- Meeting Wednesday, June 2, at 12 noon instead of the usual time. There will be no luncheon and a movie will be shown followed by bridge lessons. In place of the Wednesday, June 16, meeting there will be a bus trip to Point Defiance Seattle Group rates are available for ferry and reservations and must be made by June 4 with Mrs. William Russell, CH 3-2659, or Mrs. David Peterson, VE 9- 3177. All attending must be at 1:15 a.m. when the treasurer will have tickets available. Luncheon, $1.35, will be served at noon preceeding the regular meeting. Attending will be Mrs. Har- old J. Barry, Archdiocesan president; and Mrs. D. J. O'- Brian, Archdiocesan Seminar- ian Aid chairman. All officers, presidents of Af- filiations and members are in- vited. The Catholic Alumni Club of Seattle -- General m e e t i n g Thursday, June 3, at 8:30 p.m. at the Washington Athletic Club. Slides will be shown of a Seattle to 9 p.m. at 9637 16th Ave. SW. (Formerly Dimar Electric Co. Store). . Chancellor Club -- "Day of Fun" for about 30 children chosen by the Catholic Chil- dren's Services Saturday, June 5, at 9 a.m. The children will be taken by Chancellors to the govern- ment locks and the underseas gardens at the Windjammer Restaurant followed by a pic- nic at Carkeek Park. Chareso Club -- Dance Satur- day, June 5, from 10 p.m. at Parker's Ballroom, 17001 Au- rora North. Single adult Catholics are in. vited. For reservations call Gloria DeGabriele, EA 3-2177, of Cliff Blair, AT 2-5139. New Chareso officers are headed by Joseph Moushey, Jr., president, and included Anne Sarno, Val Wenninghoff and Concert Set To Benefit "Amigos" The Catholic Alumni Club, Marylhurst College Alumnae Association and the Newman Center of the University of Washington will sponsor a con- cert Saturday, June 5, at 8:15 pm at Pigott Auditorium, Se- attle University, to benefit the "Amigos" summer project in Mexico. Arias, songs and duets in Eng- lish, French, Italian and Span- ish and three quartet selections will be given by Loyd Simpson, Lynn Dupin, Carl Forsberg and Eugene Dupin. Tickets, $2, may be purchased at the Bun Marche ticket office, or information may be obtained by calling Pat Forsberg, LA 5- may be obtained from Mrs. L. for a picnic and sight seeing. Mexico work project by the Paul Simons. BROADLOOM Everett. and all are asked to bring Single Catholic graduating Club- Will serve their sixth REMNANTS Order of Martha " sandwiches, seniors and graduates of any annual "one seating" Italian Order of Martha--Will meet Tickets are $2.25 or $2.50 if college, university or school of dinner Sunday, June 6, at 6 pm SO% OFF Thursday, June 3, at 12:30 pm return is late. at the home of Mrs. George Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of nursing are welcome, in the parish hall, 57th S. and Seter, 673 Emerson Street. Catholic Women, South Central Catholic Daughters of Amer- Victor. LAkeview 4-0666 Seattle CARPET CENTER 710 Pike MA 4-1489 'SEATTLE BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA NEW AND USED APPLIANCES GRIFFIN GALBRAITH FUEL COMPANY SPECIALISTS Mark Dollivor, Pres. 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA 7-3151 HOME HEATING Deanery--Will meet Tuesday, June 8, at St. John Vianney Parish on Vashon Island. lean, Court Little Flower -- Dinner Sunday, June 6, from 1 to 8 p.m. at the Top of the Town, Hotel Sorrento. Miss Margaret Reilly and Mrs. W. M. Liddle are co- chairmen, assisted by Mes- dames R C. Schank, Birdie I . " McBride, J. F. Driscoll and Misses Lola Moran and Geral- dine Scholtes. Members and friends are in- vited and tickets may be pur- chased at the hotel desk or from the committee. Children's plates will be served. Carmelita Institute 226, Young Ladies Institute -- Plant sale Friday, June 4, from 9 a.m. The Christian Brothers. Naps, Celiforn|, in BREMERTOH $ flao stores to mu'vo you FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-Q711 Across from the new hospital Westgnte Pharmacy ES 7-2110 On the road to the old Hospital Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy $30 Sth St ......... ES 7-37s| free parking & prmmrlpfloa dollvery i J2021 MADISON LUMBER CO. Paints, Lumber and Hardware E. Madison EAst 2.8080 The parish benefit dinner will be cooked by chef F r a n k Orrico. No tickets will be sold at the door and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Robert Peltzer, PA 2-0493, Mrs. John Bagnariol, PA 3-5387. or Mrs. Eugene Office, PA 3-4440. Tacoma St. Rita's Palish St. Frances Sodality--Announces new offi- cers headed by Mrs. Dominic Santelli and including Mes- dames William Plemons. Father Anthony J. Baffaro SJ is Sodality moderator. Elect New Head ROME (NC) -- The general chapter of the Ministers of the Sick, founded by St. Camil- lus de Lellis in 1580, has elect- ed Father Forsennio Vezzani, M,I. of Italy as their new su- perior general. The order has about 1,300 members working in hospitals and homes for the aged who are chronically ill. Henry Vlll'S Translation The English form of the Our Father which is familiar with us today was given a uniform translation by Henry VIII of England, the Catholic Digest observes. 2586. Activities Calendar Major e v e n t s spon- sored by Catholic organi. zations are listed here. The purpose of the cal- endar is to aid in avoid- Jng conflict of dates in scheduling events. List- rags should be sent to The Progress in writing. June 6, 1965,.-C a t h o I i e Daughters, Court Little Flower dinner 1-8 p.m. Top o the Town, Sorrento Hotel. June 8 -9,--ACCW South Central Deanery trip to Vashon Island for meeting at St. Jolm Vianney Parish, 11:15 a.m. Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal. July 13, l5---Visitation Re- Treat Auxiliary annual Gazdm Tea at Visitation R e t r e a t Mouse, Tacoma. July 21, 1965,--St. Luke's Par. ish retreatants Garden Party to benefit Sisters of Visitation Retreat House at home of Mrs. A. J. Blair. September 23, 19f-.Seattle Uuiversity G u i I d Luncheon, "Game of Fashion and Its Play- ers," Olympic Hotel. October 16, 1965--Association for Catholic Childhood Fantasy Fair, Seattle Center. November 19, 20, 196-St. Luke's Parish annual bazaar.