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6THE PROGRESS Fr;day, June 7, 1963 Confirmation Held at St. Patrick's. Tacoma THE SACRAMENT of Confirmation was conferred on 221 adults at ceremonies held last Sunday at St. Patrick Church, Tacoma. The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, conferred the Sacra- ment. There were 72 men and 149 women participating. Pictured in from of St. Patrick's following the ceremonies are several priests who either participated in the rites or were present. They are (from the left) at. Rev. Msgr. Edward J. McFadden, pastor of St. Patrick's; Roy. Patrick S. Clark, subdeacon at Benediction; Bishop Gill, Roy. Pat- rick O'Neill, deacon; Rev. Martin Duggan, pastor of Holy Cross Church, Tacoma; Roy. William Grater, pastor of Our Lady, Queen of Heaven Church, Tacoma, and Mon- signor John Hanley, chaplain at Fort Lewis. SEAVIEW m Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Provo cele- brated their 50th wed- ding anniversary June 2 with a Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Mary Church here. The Most Reverend Thomas A, Connolly, Archbishop of Se- attle, offered the Mass and of- ficiated at the renewal of their marriage vows. The c o u p I e were married by the late Rev. Victor Couverett in South Bend June 2, 1913. Provos Mark Anniversary Fr. Cooney New Retreat Director In his words of congratula- tions to Mr. and Mrs. Provo, the Archbishop commended them on their life of Chris- tian virtue. Serving the Mass were four grandsons, Richard and Michael Wallace, Greg- ory Provo and Michael Tin- der. After the Mass the jubilarians and the family and guests had breakfast at the family home in Seaview. A highlight of the breakfast _.__.._. , was a telephone call of con- gratulations for Mr. and Mrs. Provo from Mrs. Provo's sis- ter in Glasgow, Scotland. Ar- rangements had been made so It will be a Great Picnic ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE 9 DAY PILGRIMAGE & TOUR from Chicago (Escorted) tO OUR LADY OF THE CAPE ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE ST. JOSEPH ORATORY Province of Quebec. Canada From Chicago via Air Conditioned Bus Also included lu the above tour of: Ottawa. Montreal Quebec City, and Detroit. Boston. New York & Wash- ington. D.C. that several members of the family could congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Provo during this trans-Atlantic call. A reception for the couple was held at the parish hall from 2 to 4 o'clock in the after- noon for the relatives and friends. Ladies of the Altar So- .ciety prepared the reception. Members of the immediate family who were present for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Provo and family of Hoquiam; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wallace of llwaco, Sister Miriam of Havre, Mon- tana; Mrs. Rosemary Gib- bons and children of Seattle; Mr. R. James Provo of Lakeside, Calif.; and Sister M. Louis of Lynwood, Calif. This is the first time in ap- proximately 30 years that the entire family had been to- gether. Out-of-town relatives included Miss Michele Gibbons, grand- daughter, of Mt. Alverno Novi- tiate, Redwood City, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Engels, niece, from Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. John Scally and family, cousins, from Gresham, Ore. General arrangements for the anniversary celebration were made by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Provo. "i:" " x,,...:-, ii.. ::: :':! ' ..... .:.:ii1 ... ! wHh Jim DiJulio Jr. RIACH OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER EA: 5-5400 or. AT 4.0787 , " SUNNY The Rev. Francis Coo- hey, C.SS.R., new retreat director at Palisades Re- treat House will arrive at the Palisades around June 10. Father will come from the minor seminary of the Re- demptorists in Oakland, Calif., where he has served for the past 10 years. Since the departure for Rome of Rev. Robert Elliott, C.SS.R., former retreat di- rector, Rev. Lyle Miller, C.SS.R., has filled in. Father Miller who came to the Re- demptorists from SL Edward Parish in Seattle, was form- erly stationed in Oakland. He has been appointed to the Re- demptorist Missions in Thail- land and will be here until he leaves for the Orient. The Rev. Edward Jennings, CSSR., will be the new retreat master. St. Edward's CCD Vacation Classes Set The Rev. Gerald L. Mayor- sky, priest-director of St. Ed- ward Parish Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, announces there will be a religious vaca- tion school for students attend- ing public schools, grades one through eight, from Monday, June 10 to Friday, June 14, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Rides for vacation school Graduation, Installation In News Bellingham the Altar Society meeting held Assumption Church Tuesday, coming year by fellow officers, St. Joseph School of Nursing recently. Mrs. Mix is the June 11, for the members of Mesdames Hal Hartzell, James Graduation exercises for stu- mother of six, grandmother of the club. Roesler, James O'Connor, Wil- dcat nurses will be held at 23 and great-grandmother of All will attend a breakfast !iam Martin, Fred Ambur, C. Western Washington State Col- one. immediately following at Cyn- Man Smith and Jack White. lege Friday evening, June 14. The Rev. Alcuin Lawrence, dy's Chalet Pancake House, Mrs. Charles Bras is chair- The Rev. Thomas L. Van- O.S.B., installed Mrs. Stanley 4715 25th N.E. The at. Rev. man of the evening and a but- , denburg, assistant at Assump- Gallagher as the new president Raphael Heider, O.S.B., abbot let dinner following the installa- tion Church, will be the speak- of the group, of St. Martin's Abbey, will be tion. er. Greetings from the medical honored guest.  i staff will be given by Dr. E.a. _. Installation of new officers ! Pritchett and class speaker will be held. Mrs. John Michael- Ocean Shores/ will be Christa Smith. son is the new president, as- G r a d u a t e s are: Marcia sisted by Mesdames G. W. Lee, Pacific Beach French, Judy Phillips, Christa Royle Snow, George Zarem- Smith, and Rebecca Drotz of brinski and James McNamara. Masses Bellingham; C a r o 1 Garling- Young Ladies Institute-Past house, Mount Vernon; Sheila -  presidents of Queen Institute Revised Arlington and Clarice Stork of ing officers at a tea and recep= of residents of both Oeean tion Sunday, June 9, from 2 to Shores and Pacific Beach the Lynden. 4 p.m. in the student union summer Sunday Mass sched-. Federal Way -ll -''Bll'ii building of Seattle University. ule will read: ..... St. Vincent de Paul Parish Members of other Seattle insti- --New Holy Name Society of- tutes are invited. 8.a.m.--Ocean Shores. :' ricers for next year include New officers will be installed 10 a,m.--Pacific Beach. ::: Bill Wood, president, assisted Sogle at an open, formal installation This will be the permanent - Thursday, June 13, at 8 p.m. in time of Masses through Labor by Curt Sweeney, Doug Spick- St. Alphonsus Parish -- The the Knights of Columbus Hall. Day. elmire, Terry O'Donnell, Altar Society will hold its an- Those from the Pacific George Sparkes, Dick Work- nual spring card party and but- Northwest attending the Grand Irish-American Club -- The man and Cliff Jorgenson. let luncheon Tuesday, June 11, Institute Convention in Santa annual Communion breakfast St. Mary Magdalene Guild at noon in the school hall, 15th Barbara, Calif., from June 23 will be Sunday, June 16, at St. will hold a family picnic Tues- Ave. N.W. and N.W. 58th St. to 27 are Mrs. J. M. Jackson, Patrick Church basement fol- day, June 11, from 5 to 8 p.m. The proceeds will go to the grand f i r st vice president; lowing the 9:30 a.m. Mass. at the Salt Water State Park. new rectory fund. Mrs. Betty Martin, grand di- The speaker will be Dr. Pat- St. Anne Guild will meet For tickets call Mrs. R. A. rector; Virginia Scanzon, past rick Bennett. All are welcome. Wednesday, June 12, at the Lippert, SU 2-6934 or Mrs. grand president. All are from The cost is $1 for adults and home of Mrs. Curt Sweeney, Franci Kelleher, SU 2-0605. Seattle. Also attending will be 50 cents for children. For reser- 30827 Military Road. Catholic Seaman's Club Auxi. Mrs. H. W. Juhr of Milwaukie, rations call J. F. Kenny, EM liary--The final luncheon and Ore., a grand director. 3-6968. Issaquah card party of the season will St. Joseph Parish--Fourteen be held Tuesday, June 11, at St. Cecilia Institute will in- Catholic War Veterans Auxi- women who have long served noon. All friends of the club staU new officers Saturday, liary--Regular meeting will be '. St. Joseph's, first as a mission are urged to attend. June 8, at 7 p.m. in Blessed Monday, June 10, at 8 p.m. in church and now a parish, will Marian Club--Members will Sacrament Parish hall, 5041 SS. Peter and Paul Parish be honored Wednesday, June meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday, 9th Ave. N.E. hall. 12, at a tea and reception to June 12, at the St. Peter The new president, Mrs. Lois Tacoma be held at 1:30 p.m. in the Claver Center, 1610 E. Jeffer- Fisher, will be assisted in the St. Leo Parish--The reunion home of Mrs. Harold Davis in son. Plans for future meetings of the 1953 graduating class Preston. will be discussed and a social Arranged by the Altar So- hour will follow. First of the high school will be held - July 20 at the Veterans of- ciety, the women to be honor- St. Coletta Soeiety for Re- Foreign Wars Hall, 2000 $. ed are Mesdames Chalsa, Glea- tarded Children--Meeting will Communicants Union Ave. son, Keegan, Monti, Hircko, be Tuesday, June 11, at noon An Dinner will be at 8 p.m. Somsak, Krall, Morgan, Gens- in the USO-NCCS Club, 217 nounced followed by dancing. For in-: ler, Walen, Fillippi, Corra, Seneca. For further informa- OAK HARBOR -- Sixty-six formation call Claire Hayes, Cline and Borgazi. tion call Mrs. J. E. Malo, WE children received their First SK 9-4255 or Monica Snyder, :" Mrs. Davis is chairman and 5-5732. Mrs. Ione Steinauer is presi- Communion at St. Augustine SK 2-6944. All reservations dent of the Altar Society. Holy Name Soeiety--Annun- Church here May 15. The Rev. must be made before June 15. ciation District will hold the William Dell is pastor. " Port Angeles June quarterly meeting at Our The children are: [ FRED W. BROCKHOFF [ Queen of Angels Parish -- Lady of Guadalupe Parish, William Albers, Cathy Anderson, Mrs. H. E. Mix was honored Sunday, June 9, at 2 p.m. The Thomas Arbuckle, Kevin Balcerak, J NOTARY PUBLIC Jill A. Barnes, Toni Marie Brister, 24-HOUR SERVICE '" a "Mother of the Year" at speaker will be Syed Alvi, for- Nanette Bruce, Robert Burke Anita merly of Pakistan. He will dis- Cusser and Deborah Christie. 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