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12raTHE PROGRESS Friday, May 28, 1%5 Bacculareate Mass Set At St. George's Catholic graduates of Cleve- land High School from St. Pe- ter s, Our Lady of Lourdes and St. George Parishes will be in- vited to attend the annual Bac- culareate Mass at St. George's Church, 5300 13th S., Sunday, June 6, at 6 p.m. Father Niles Hudson, OFM, will give the ser- mon. .... Diplomas for completion of Around the World... FROM SAIGON m Father Leo Dujon, M.E.P., has been kidnapped for the third time. He was re- leased shortly after the first two arrests, but the third time he was snatched from the altar while saying Mass, along with several of his parishioners from the vilhge of the high pla- teaux of Vietnam. : Bishop Dominie Hoang-van-Doang UP of Qui-Nhon reported 30,000 refugees, forced by persecution to leave their villages, are camping around his cathedral. Reports of violent anti-Catholic duplicated tracts being dis- tributed in South Vietnam, after the unsuccessful coup d'etat in February, have been denied by the Boozes, head of the organi- zation Institute for the Propagation of Buddhism. The Bonzes Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Aven'uia, Seattle 4MA. 2-8880 claim this is a ruse to discredit their institute. FROM AFRICA -- Father J. Gornes UP has finished the translation and official approval from Rome has been received for the publication of the Afrikaans Bible for Catholics. The South African Bishops Conference Secretary of Ecumen- " teal Affairs states publishing date is set for August, 1965. FROM GERMANY -- Miseror, Germany's world-renowned work egainst hunger and sickness has issued its seventh annual appeal to the generosity of the German Catholics. To date they have given 264 million marks to support 3,000 development proj- eels, manned by 314 volunteers, including doctors, nurses, agricul- turists, engineers and skilled craftsmen. Miseror is not able to give the comprehensive financial aid needed for the thorough improvement in the industrial situation of the developing countries but it strives to encourage self-help the loealpopulations to exploit the industrial possibilities of their countries. To many crees in Africa, Asia and Latin America Miseror has meant redemption from dire hunger, care in sickness, and the opportunity of learning how to support one's self with dig- atty. CONGRATULATIONS to the following schools in the Arch- diocese which, have taken such an active part in the Holy Child- hood program by ransoming pagan babies. Schools on the "Annals Honor Roll" are: Our Lady of Lourdes, Seattle, 19; St. Thomas Aquinas CCD, Comas, 14; Sacred Heart CCD, Enumelaw, six; St. Edward's, Seattle, four; St. Rose, Longview, three; St. James Cathedral, Seattle, three; Immaculate Conception School Sodality, Everett, one; and St. Mary's, Seattle, one. the twelfth grade in Confrater- nity of Christian Doctrine clas- ses will be awarded graduates of St. George's Parish, includ- ing Frances Barren, Judy Burke, Beverly Demattea, Sue Heckman, Barbara LaCaca, and Sharon Rassilyer. Parents and friends are in- vited. Awards for perfect attendance at High School of Religion clas- ses were given recently to Par- ish CCD classes. They included: Terry Ver- miere, Jeri Fanelli, Teresa Fa- sevich, Mary Hedgeock, Suzan Schaute, Charles D'Arielli, Rob- art Kennar, Ross Ayala, Bar- bara Desimone, Susan Deal- mane, David Yoeum, Patrieia Casey, Linda Emmi, Pamela VanGaver, Daren Barstad, and Marie Ayala. Father Paschal Morrisroe, OFM, pastor, gave awards of merit to 28 students. Father Niles Hudson, OFM is Spiritual Director and the teach- ing staff includes Mrs. John Morgenroth, Miss K a t h I e e n Gemmill, Miss June Peterson, Roy Com, Remi Claeys, Mau- rice Clayes, Jerry LaCava and Frank Zipp. St. Martin's High Elects Class Officers OLYMPIA -- Students have been elected to class offices at St. Martin's High School for the next school year. Senior class officers are presi- dent, Michael J. McInnes; rep- resentative, Michael J. Cleary; vice president, William B. Lew- is; secretary, Patrick J. Rog- ers; treasurer, Nell A. Nicholas; and sergeant-at-arms, Patrick S. Wickens. Junior officers are president, Michael D. Smith; representa- tive, Daniel M, Moore; vice president, Raymond A. Paglia; secretary, Stephen E. Swenson; treasurer, Joseph Wensman; and sergeant.at-arms, Patrick E. Reynolds Sophomore officers are presi- dent, Mark Bloms; representa- tive, Barrett E. White; vice president, Ned Buckman; sec- retary, Daniel C. O'Neill; treas- urer, Michael Hazlitt; and ser- geant-at-arms, George Hancock. GIFTS FROM KAUFER'S FOR FATHER'S DAY Sterling Silver Medals and Chains, $2.95 up Sterling and Black Rosaries, $4.95 up Missals--Prayer Books, $").50 up A Best Seller: "MEN BEFORE GOD," by Father Wm. Kelly, S.J ....... $2.95 Many Other Interesting Gifts FATHER'S DAY CARDS OPENING JUNE; 15th... NEW NORTH END BRANCH I/2 Block East of Northgate 539 N.E. 11Oth {Near Junior Boot Shop) KAUFER CO. |  | 4th at STEWART MA 2-4173 ::11 | also... Spokane and Tacoma Among Top 10 Nation-Wide alL]first in catholic supplies I[ OUT OF 21 Assumption School ninth graders in Bellingham who had taken the compre- Washington Owned and Operated Stores II hensive National Educational Development Test, these five placed nationally in the Top 10 II per cent. They are (from left) Thomas Burns, Sherry Desmul, Elizabeth Jones, Marie gundeen and Peter Firos. A fundamental purpose of theNEDT istoprovide a situation Ie for students to demonstrate what they have learned. The test includes English use, math For the usage, social studies, natural science and word usage. EVERETT m(Bellingham Herald Photo by Steve Kurtz) UNUSUAL I "P..o. of M;.d" il ........ I I Slrvice for all of your II PIinncDeflni i d,y .J.., .nd ,h, II O U II U C [] tl U II I I I,,,d ,,,d,. II ,,  I PINE 744 IleOAOWAY SHIRT SERVICE St. John's Receives Award EXCEPTIONAL SAFETY effort award was presented to St. John's School recently by Lance Goeke, left, administra- tive assistant to the managing director of the Seattle King County Safety Council. Patrick Miller, president of the 8th grade, represents the pupils and Sister M. Teresetta of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Father John Egan, Pastor of St. John's, and the faculty. The award had previously been presented Father John Egan, pastor of St. John's and to Mrs. Frank M. Scott, president of the Mother's Club by Mrs. John Solon Women's Safety chairman and Safety chairman of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women. St. John's was the only school in the Archdiocese to have applied for and received this award in 1965. The Christian Brothers, Napa, California New Ice Machine "24 x 24" In Size IS Ibs. water pressure. For boats, trailer houses, pri- vate dens and small cafes. Price lncluding installation ...'249 Contac Phone LE 3-3233 Fred Anderson 104 South F St.Aberdeen BUFFET LUNCH FROM l! A.M. DINNER - - NTERTAIM|NT FROM 5:30 P,M COCKTAILS Eleuont Dining on picture;qua Lake Union AT 3-3030 For Native Religious THE RADIANT SMILE of this young Zulu novice re- ! fleas the joy of her vocation. Today, a new clergy .'native to Africa, Korea, Indiathe world-- is bringing -Christ to the people they know and understand best-- their own. Education and support of a young native clergy is a mission in itself, one undertaken for the past 75 years by the Society of St. Peter the Apostle for Native Clergy. YOU can support a seminarian for one year for $250; his entire training costs $1,500. Send your contribution to the Society of St. Peter the Apostle for Native Clergy, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director et the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. Written Guarantee of Denture Satisfaction or Money Refunded! One contract--one office S0mplete denture servl0e and ex- tractions with Bsnerel anesthesia, Hospltel proedures for your con. venlenol carded on right In our office. * Rospitd procedures Registered esthetist LaCed dental methods EXTRACTIONS - Pln'lNGS IN SAME OFFICE INQUIRIES ALWAYS WELCOME FREE EXAMINATION--TERMS, OF COURSE L ' i%;!iiJ:?!i!!i:' ,,ii t ' ! ili:i:!!;!i::ii! iiiiiiiii!i!iii:I!Y 919 Seaboard Bldg. MA. 2.8040 1 Award Well.Earned Honors . ! ;-... ,,. :,&.J MARIE ANNE THIELMANN As the 1964-65 school year comes to a close students and pupils throughout the archdio- cese continue to excel in many fields. At Our Lady, Star of the Sea School, Bremerton--The High School Music Diploma was earned with high honor by Marie Anne Thielemann at the National Piano Auditions held recently. David Franklin Parten of the University of Alaska, was the Adjudicator for the Auditions sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Marie, a senior at Central Kitsap High School, has taken piano from the Dominican Sis- ters for five years. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thielemann, Silverdale. At Holy Angels High Sehool-- Theresa McBride, valedictorian of the 1965 graduating class, has received a $250 scholarship awarded by City Council Presi- dent Clarence Massart on be- half of the Civil Service League of City Employees. Theresa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McBride, 1551 NW 60th, also received the annual award of the Reader's Digest Association, according to Sister M. Edwina OP, principal. Still another honor was given Theresa as first state winner in the National Americanism Awards contest sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of Veter- ans of Foreign Wars. Theresa's entry will be sent to the national judging for which first prize is $1,250. Karen Dier, Valerie Chap- man, Francine Mirabelli and Mary Ann Inman, members of the 1965 graduating class o Holy Angel High School, are re- cipients of scholarships for training in Beauty Culture. The four girls, respectively, are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Dier, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mirabelli, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Inman, all of Seat- tle. JOHN H. GRIFFIN At The University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California-- John H. Griffin of Seattle, has received a $2,245 National In- stitutes of Health Training Grant, which he will use to study biophysics at University of California at Davis. At Immaculate -- Three Sis- ters of the Holy Names at Im- maculate H i g h School and Grade School have received grants for summer study. Sister M. Frances Aurelia SNJM, principal of the School of the Immaculate, has re- ceived from the National De- fense and Educational Act a grant to attend an institute July 5 to August 21 at Teachers College of Columbia University in New York. The institute deals with the problems and methods of teach- ing English as a secondary language in American urban schools with students of mutt- lingual backgrounds. She will study the Filipino national dia- lect, Tagalog. From the high school faculty are Sister Kenneth Mary, SN- JM, who also received an ND- EA grant in English June 21 to. August 13 at California State College in Fullerton; and Sis- ter M. Ann Corinne, SNJM, who was given a National Sci- ence Foundation grant to attend a biology-chemistry institute July 5 to August 14 at Univer- sity of Portland. Sister Vincent Maureen SN- JM, also of the high school faculty, has been named an NDEA alternate to attend an institute on Spanish June 9 to July 28 at Our Lady of the Lake College in San Antonio, Tex. At Blanehet -- Judy Finley, sophomore, won second prize in the National Americanism Awards contest sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary Veterans of Foreign Wars. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Finley, 13011 10th NW, Seattle. BE'ITY THOMPSON At Sacred Heart -- B e t t y Thompson was awarded first place in the junior division of the Keep Washington Green Contest. Betty, 13, is an eighth grade pupil of Sister Michael Archangel. At Holy Rosary -- John Pren- tice Jr. was first prize winner in the intermediate division of the Keep Washington Green Poster Contest. Nine year old John is a fourth grade pupil of Mrs. F. O'Brien. At Seattle University -- The Petroleum Research Fund of the American Chemical SOd- ely has awarded the Seattle University Chemistry Depart- ment a $4,400.00 research grant which will enable two seniors, Joseph Blazevich and David Frickey, to continue work on research projects during the summer months. Incoming Seattle University freshmen who have received scholarships iuclude: Michael J. Tomaso, Seattle Prep, the Italian Club Scholarship; Den- nis R. Williams, Seattle Prep, a National Merit Scholarship; Maryellen Garvey, Longview, St. Mary's Academy, a Na- tional Merit Scholarship; Dan- iel Harkins, Snohomish, Sno- homish High School, the Wash- ington State Talent Search Scholarship; Michael Daigle, O'Dea High School, the Tom L e e Memorial Scholarship; Michele McFadden, Redmond, Lake Washington High School, the Palmer Supply Company Scholarship; Francis Depinto, San Francisco, the Rosemary Mccone Memorial Scholarship. At Marylhurst, Oregon--Mar- garet Reichlin of Tacoma has been announced recipier of the John M. Gleason scholar- ship; and Patricia Goings, Se- attle, was awarded the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McHugh Memorial scholarship. OCEAN ,IM I FRESH SEAFOODS A',,  PRIME RIB  [. i c.o,cE "'O } BROILED STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN Dinner Dancing Fri. & Sat. Cocktails Seahorse Combe Our Famous Captain's Table Smorgasborc Every Wed., 6 to I0 p.m. Sunday Family Dinners 12 to 9 p.m. "Special PlaCes for Children" Breakfasts - Luncheons Banquets FA 6-2681 Everett Freeway or Highway 99 i N. o Mukilteo Turn-off I II Cocktails and Fine Wines GASPERET'I'S ROMA CAFE "An Old Favorite in a New Location" Open: 11 a.m. Tues. thru Fri., !Sat., 4 p.m. Closed Sun. & Mon. A00:S rJI At the Fine Restaurants Ill The PEPPER MILL Convenient Downtown Location Good Food Courteous Service 1428 FIFTH AVENUE Delight/ut Dining "In Relaxing Amosphere" Broiled Steaks... Chicken... Seafood Organ Stylings by Bob Fleming in the Scarlet Tree Room from 7 P.M, COCKTAIL LOUNGE 66th and Roosevelt Way N.E. LA. 3.7153 MA. 3-5932 -_-,-,--,naaaau-,-,-,-,uunu-,-,-,u n -,u-,n n u n nu nuuuuuaaaa i flnan "IF YOU eakfast : -,-. ,_ ...... Br _= 220 4th South 6a.m. CANT STOl" . -- {I Block No. Traln Oepots) I e.d l"""mm'm"nml, to SM I L E , . I When you patronize the|  6 p.m. AS YOU GO BY" tuncnes _- i Always a Friendly Welcome at ! l restaurants listed in the/[ TOMMY'SLUNCH " I Gourmet Lane please men.| = Security Market  3rd and Virginia ' II | tion The Pr0ress. | I TOMMY and PAULINE KIRK--Proprietors / Members of St. Alphonsus Parish IS n I l Illlnnllmllmilailamialinmmammit ISml IlligllnllllllllllllllillllllllllllllglillBi i