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&amp;--THE PROGRESS' Friday, 00ooo Mother Tharsilla in New Post Christian Brothers Add t More Dash to the Dish I S.N.J.M., mistress of nov- ices at Marylhurst, has i Cooking 'Kikkoman' Style i parlor of the missions of the Sisters of the Holy Names in In some areas of the nual worldwide distributionl miya, director of the Japan South Africa. She will leave for Montreal July 6 for a few weeks of in- tensive study at the Missiology Center conducted at the Mother- house of the Holy Names, and will depart for Africa in late August. Daughter of the late Mrs. Margaret Heiberg of St. Anne Parish, Mother Tharsilla (Marie Heiberg) was born in Seattle • and attended Marylhurst Col- lege before entering the Noviti- ate of the Holy Names in 1934. She has two sisters, Sister Frances of the Sacred Heart, librarian at Holy Names Academy, and Mrs. W. R. Gates of Anchorage. Three cousins in the religious life are Sister M. Katharine of the College of the Holy Names, California; Rev. Ed- mund Robinson, S.J., and the Rev. Louis Robinson, O.P. As Pro-Provincial Superior, Mother Tharsilla will have un- der her jurisdiction the eight Where it used to be found only on specialty shelves, it is now a staple in practi- cally every corner market in America. Contributing largely to the popularity of this ancient Orien- tal seasoning here is the bur- geoning backyard barbecue. As demonstrated in Japanese hi- bachi cookery, there has never been a better marinade for meat, fish, or practically any- thing, than soy sauce. The pro- duet is also regarded for its meat tenderizing value• People on reducing diets, too, have discovered the worth of genuine "Shoyu" as a high pro- tein, low calorie, fat-free sea- soning for their tasteless diet menus. The authentic "Kikkoman" is still made in accordance with the thousand year old Japanese standards-- pure unadulterated soy and wheat mash, painstak- ingly brewed in the patient Oriental manner for a full 18 months before being bottled. No molasses or artificial addi- tives are ever used, as is sometimes true of our domestic varieties of soy sauce. According to M a s a s h i Ko- Shoyu Association, Tokyo, the strength a n d endurance for which th e Japanese people have always been noted, in spite of a general absence of meat in their diet, is largely a result of the unusual proper- ties of this same shoyu, which has been an important part of the daily menu of every family in Japan for centuries; namely trytophone, an amino acid necessary for growth and another nutrient, tyrosene, be- lieved to be of special value to the heart. The latter is given credit by some Japanese for the stamina which has helped them to excel in such heart. straining sports as wrestling, swimming, long distance run- ning, tennis and sword duel- ing. (It is to be noted that the Japanese are compara- tively free from heart dis- ease.) In addition, says Mr. Ko- miya, in a report in the U.S.D.A. periodical "Foreign Agricul- ture", genuine shoyu has a germicidal action which kills numerous micro-organisms as- sociated with human ills. Look for this product in your favorite grocery store. Fircrest School + Enlarged The Ray. John Rice, chap- lain of the Fircrest School, will deliver the invocation at dedi- cation ceremonies for six new- ly constructed resident build- ings Monday, June 15, at 2 p.m. Governor Albert D. Rosellini will be the principal speaker. Construction of the new 40 bed units will increase the pop- ulation capacity of Fircrest by 240 to 990 retarded residents. Construction began in April, 1963, and the units will be ready for occupancy by early July. world, soy sauce is the primary food seasoning --taking the place of salt and pepper. Inasmuch as this has been most true in the Orient for many centuries, it was natural : that the largest soybean crops should have been grown there, i ,  to go into the tremendous quantity of soy sauce consum- ', ed. But now, since the world is fast contracting through inter- [ .; , , naUonal travel, the soy sauce , which in the past was more or less of a gourmet item with westerners, is turning up as a basic seasoning everywhere. The world's largest soy sauce pIant, Node Shoyu Company, Ltd., which is also the oldest, having been in business at the same stand in Japan since 1630, is now actually buying soybeans from the United States, to the tune of over ten million bushels a year, to help .fill the tremendous demand at home and abroad. The firm, claiming-one of the oldest "brand" names in existence, produces around fifty million gallons of their product, "Kikkoman" for an- ,., KIKKOMAN ADDS PI(:;)UANCY TO SEAFOODS, TOO St. Cabrini Student Wins Scholarship The annual American Legion 40" and 8 $200 scholarship, given to a student of St. Cabrini Hos-' pital School of Nursing, Tues- day was pre- sented to Gwen- da Jean Lle- wellyn, 23, a member of the school's 1965 graduating class. P re sentation was made by Marg0ret R'e- gan, president GWENDA of the Wash- LLEWELLYN MOTHER THARSILLA convents of the Holy Names in Basutoland and Orange Free State. Of the 94 Sisters in her province, 66 are Africans. The flourishing novitiate is com- posed of 18 young African girls preparing to carry on the edu- cational work of the missions as Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Sisters from the Pacific Northwest who will welcome their new Provincial are two from the Washington Province and two from the Province of Oregon. Those from Washing- ton are Sister M. Jean Joan Chrisse (Devereaux) who has been in Basutoland since 1938, and Sister M. Margaret Louise (Hoban) who went to Africa in Santa Clara Has 8 From Archdiocese SANTA CLARA, Calif.- The University of Santa Clara. will present degrees to the largest class in its ll3-year history at commencement exercises Sat- urday, June 6. Among the 467 candidates for graduate and bachelor degrees are eight from the Archdio- cese of Seattle. They are John S. Ludwig- son, Ll.B., Bellingham; Thom. as N. Arrieta, B.E.E.; Michael T. JiJulio, B.A.; James P. Finerty Jr., B.E.E.; Joseph C. McCarthy Jr., B.S.; and John K. Vogel, B.M.E., all of Seattle; and Michael J. Harrison, B.S.C., and Martin A. Petrich III, B.A., both of Tacoma. U.S. Senator Thomas H. Kuchel will give the commence- ment address• Presiding will be Archbishop Joseph T. Mc- Gucken of San Francisco. Valedictorian is Richard L. Barbieri of Spokane. He will receive a bachelor of arts de- gree. Shriver To Get College Honor DUBUQUE, IOWA (NC) -- Sargent Shriver, director of the Peace Corps and of Presi- dent Johnson's anti-poverty program, has been named to receive the first annual John F. Kennedy Award of Lores College here.  Evening Mass Marq.ueffe Lists Our Lady Of • At Cle Elum Wash,ngton Grads Lourdes Plans At 6:00 P.M. MILWAUKEE, Wis.- Three tive of Seattle. His mother was the late Mrs. Fanny Tay- lor who worked for Catholic Charities for many years. His sister is Sister Mary John Francis, S.N.J.M. For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... Save 24 ¢ CLE ELUM--The evening • Mass at St. John the Baptist from Western Washington are listed in the record-breaking senior class of 1,419 to be gradu- Church is at 6 p.m. through •ted Sunday, June 7, from Mar- June, July and August, rather Novena This year the St. Anthony novena at Our Lady of Lourdes ington State Nurses Association, which yearly determines recipient. The scholarship cov- ers tuition and fees and was donated by Voiture 75. Gwenda Jean is the daugb- the1940's. SisterM. Joan Clar- New Winery Facilities isse directs the Mazenod House- craft School and Training In- Additions to winery production and shipping fa- stitution in Basutoland and Sis- cilities for The Christian Brothers Wines in the Napa ter M. Margaret Louise is principal of a teacher-training Valley were announced this week by Brother Gregory, school at Ficksburg, Orange president of Mont La Salle Vineyards. ,#p Free State. Construction under the direction of Bechtel Cor- The Oregonians are Sister M. poration of San Francisco is Rosa Leone and Sister Miriam expected to get under way ira- School for Retarded Angela, who were novitiate mediately on a wine case goods companions of Mother Thar- warehouse and wine aging and To Open In Spokane stile, processing cellar on the old SPOKANE- Construction is Mother has been mistress Charles Forni property, owned scheduled to begin immediately of novices eight years. Be- by Mont La Salle Vineyards, fore that she served as as- located on Highway 29 just on the first unit of the new sistant mistress of novices, south of'St. Helena. Completion Marian School for educable re- Among her early teaching a data has been set for late this tarded children and slow learn- sinments was four years at year. ere. To be located near Fort Holy Names Academy, So- "The current expansion is attle. In 1949 she was named indicative of the confidence Wright College of the Holy principal of Holy Names we have in the future of the Names on property owned by - Academy, Spokane where she Nape Valley and its role in the college, the new building m a q became superior of the Acad- /he California wine industry," will be ready for classes in Sep- emy in 1952. She continued Brother Gregory said. "The tember 1964. there until 1956 when she be- need for greater storage and came mistress of novices, aging facilities has become Announcement was made to- Proficient in French and the apparent with the steadily in- day by Sister Marian Raphael, classical languages, Mother creasing demand for The Ph.D., FWC president. This Tharsilla is now studying Se- Christian B r o t h e r s Wines will be the first permanent lo- suto, the language of the coun- throughout the United States." try. Although French is fairly Revenue from the winery op- cation for the Special School callq ii  current in the mission territory erations is used exclusively for organized in 1959 under the di- the educational system is Brit- the Order's primary work of rection of the Most Rev. Ber- ish-directed and English is the education and the training of nard J. Topel, Bishop of Spo- language of the schools, young Brothers in their West- kane. ern Province. Just last year Two Jesuits the Christian Brothers estab- lished a Student Retreat House Named To at St. Helena wherein students Gonzaga Posts Area and Sacramento come for a r ecue a three day stay for a persona[ SPOKANE -- The Rev. Nell- study of their vocation as ;I[1 h'/' one,, McCluskey, S.J., has been Christian laymen, ton.00:$ e,ee mbl.: named academic vice president In cooperation with the Dio- of Gongaza University and Rev. cese of Santa Rosa the Brothers John H. Taylor S.J., is the new plan to erect a high school for dean of the college of arts and boys in the Nape area sched- sciences, uled to open in 1966. Both appointments wei'e made In addition to St. Mary's Col- by Very Rev. John P. Leery, lege at Moraga the Brothers S.J., Gonzaga University presi- conduct ten other schools in dent. California. Father McCluskey is cur- rently in charge of the univer- Irene Moen sity's honors program and chairman of the local com- Graduates mittee of the university's Irene Moen, 7538 Ravenna Ave. / • branch school in Europe. N.E., a member of Our Lady Father Taylor is now serving of the Lake Parish received .. make if marvelous wifh as both academic vice president her bachelor of arts degree as well as dean of the college of from Ctarke College, Dubuque, KiKKOMAN arts and sciences. Iowa, May 30. Father McCluskey, the son The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Patrick J. McCluskey, Bernard A. Moen, and agradu- teriyaki mrinafle 4831 35th Ave. S.W., is a native ate of Holy Names Academy, of Seattle. He was graduated Irene majored in history at from St. James Cathedral Clarke. 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