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6--THE PROGRESS Friday, June Anniversories Mark Limelight so Years I At the 7 a.m. Mass at St. George Church this Sunday Hickeys . Summertime Socials In The News :il]:;iihiF&apos;," ::% : i:]!!!ii iF!!ii>i:i:::" ::".;!,':'::;'i::?i:!:!;::.. ':Ei ::)i?i:%! 1.:,:,:, .:.:,:,: : :;:< :.; :.: >;<,\>:-: :+:.; : ..: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... i: I ........  ....................  ......... ;:i;::::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "::::::. • .:;::::: ;:::::;:::::::., MR. AND MRS. PATRICK J. LYONS MR. AND MRS. EDWARD V. PRESSENTIN Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Lyons of St. Joseph Par- ish and the parents of Rev. Daniel Lyons, S.J., of Gonzaga University will ob- serve their golden wedding an- niversa .ry this Sunday, June 21. Father Lyons will offer Mass for them Sunday at Bellarmine Hall on the Seat- tle University campus and there will be a reception be- ginning at 2 p.m. at the fam- ily home, 1138 15th Ave. E. Mr. Lyons, a native of Bal- lyhaunis, County Mayo, Ire- land, immigrated to the United States in 1904 and lived in Phil- adelphia, Boston and Chicago before coming west. His wife was born in Buckley and at- tended Bellingham Normal School• The couple was mar- ried in Vancouver, B.C. in 1914 and moved to Seattle a year later and to Capitol Hill in 1918. The couple can always be seen at daily Mass at St. Joseph's. Mr. Lyons was active many years in the St. Vincent de Paul Society and was state president of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. He founded the U.S. Trading Co., Inc., in 1920, retiring in 1960. Mrs. L y o n s was active in the Catholic Daughters and is still an active member in the Xavier Club. Besides Father Lyons, the couple have four daughters, Mrs. Pat Matthiesen of Seat- tle; Mrs. Eileen Hume, dean of women at Moorhead State College in Minnesota; Mrs. Noreen Gilkey, Lima, Peru, and Mrs. Sheila Leewens, Eu- • gene, Ore. Another son, Jar- lath, a lieutenant commander in the navy, was killed in 1945 in the Paeifie Theater. All six attended Seattle Uni- versity. The five children will be present Sunday as well as 14 of the 19 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hickey will repeat wedding vows orig- inally made 50 years ago. The official anniversary nf their wedding date is June 22. In the afternoon there will be a reception at 4 p.m. at the Rainier District Veterans of Foreign Wars hall for family and friends. The couple was married 'in New Westminster, B.C. and have lived in Seattle since 1922. Mr. Hickey is a retired build- ing contractor, having worked in the construction business all his life. Mrs. Hickey, a native of To- ronto, met her husband, a na- tive of Manvel, N.D., in Cal- gary. The couple has three daugh- ters, Mrs. Mary Klukas and M r s. Elizabeth De Palmo, Seattle, and Mrs. Evelyn De Palmo, Concord, Calif.; and four sons, Patrick J., Michael G., and Lawrence M. Hickey, all of Seattle and John P. Hic- key of Sacramento, Calif. Fort Falsettos To Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Fort Falsetto of St. Peter Parish will ob- serve their 35th wedding anni- versary Saturday, June 20, with a Mass to be celebrated at 7:30 a.m. at St. Peter's. All friends of the couple are invited to be present. Born and reared in Seattle Mr. Falsetto is a foreman for Northwest Construction Inc. He is a member of the Holy Name Society. Mrs. Falsetto is from British Columbia. They were married June 18 at Mount Virgin Church here. She is now active in the altar society of St. Pe- ter's as well as the Cabrini Circle. The couple has two sons, Tom and Joe, both of Seattle, and nine grandchildren. Court Little Flower, CDA, Installs Miss Lola Moran was installed as Grand Regent of Court Little Flower, Catholic Daughters of America, June 9 in the Ameri- can Legion Hall. Supreme Director and State Regent Mrs. J. W. Kennedy of i MISS LOLA MORAN Tacoma, installed Miss Moran and other officers including Miss Geraldine Scholtes, Mrs. W. H. Kruager, Mrs. R. C. Schank, Mrs. James Shun, Miss Juliana Job, Mrs. W. M. Liddle, Miss Sara Gleason, Mrs. D. P. Crowley, Miss Mary Lyons, Miss Christine Weiss, Mrs. Har- ry Wyman and Mrs.-E. W. Ruef. Retiring grand regent Mrs. E. S. Tuttle was presented with an emblem ring, gift from the court, by State Vice-Regent Mrs. Roy T. Russell. A social hou? and teh tel- ROCKPORT  Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Pressen- tin will observe their gOld- en wedding anniversary Sun- day, June 28, with a reception at the Concrete High School, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. hosted by their sons and daughters. , A special Mass of thanks- giving will be offered at I1 a.m. that morning in St, Ca- therine Church and all friends of the couple are invited to attend beth the Mass and the reception. The Pressenfins have lived most of their lives in the up- per Skagit Valley, their par. ants coming there in the mid- dle 1880's to poineer the coun- try. Mr. Pressentin operated the Roekport General Mer- cantile Store for 42 years and was postmaster of the town for 36 years, retiring five y.ears ago. The couple has four children. There are three sons, Norman of Seattle, Martin of Rockport and Bruce of Seattle and a daughter, Jean McCormick of Washington, D.C., and 13 grandchildren. • : ji!i J:::! ili withmwerstour  :: ;: lowed the event. .r.onB, oue..,o00. ..... Hurry, "She Feels She's Always Right!" Follows l D yourself. You're better off EAR MISS YOUNG: I am than most peoplel in a state of distress with no It is a normal tendency in one to turn to. I have a terrible young people to argue every habit of being contradictory to- point simply because they are ward my parents and relatives not sure of themselves in and friends. They state a fact their hearts, it is their way of in their discussions and right testing their own judgments. away I enter the conversation If you really feel you are and argue the point. I have attempted to exercise patience and count to ten but to no avail. I just always basically feel that I am always right and that they are wrong. What Can I do to remedy this situation? -- "QUICKLY LOSING FRIENDS"' DEAR QUICKLY: At least you reeognize this fault in ALWAYS right, I can guar- antee you that you are wrong. There's no one that wise in this world. But the remedy is simple: train yourself to listen more and talk less. You'll learn while listening, but never while talking. SINCERELY, LORETTA YOUNG Impo,ss|ble To Stop Smoking quit smoking? NONSENSE! DEAR LORETTA YOUNG: I am 14 and have been smoking for two years. Now my parents say "n6." This is not so easy and I refuse to stop. But since I can't smoke in front of them I have to leave the house. What will make them understand that what they ask is impossible? I just want to smoke; it's not hurting my health. --"F/RED- UP". DEAR FIRED-UP: Are you kidding me? Impossible to "Mom" lust bouglt some SUNNY JIM PRESERVES InlY lie FMIILT PACK! • . . d remb,,r SUNNY JIM TABLE SYRUP Young ones, old ones and even in between ones do it all the time. Of course, it takes a little will power. if you think smoking doesn't harm your health, smoke and inhale one full cigarette and then run around the block. Your shortness of breath will soon change your mind. Also read some of the current reports before sound- ing off. SINCERELY, LORETTA YOUNG Edmonds Holy Rosary Parish -- An ice cream social will be held in the parish hall Sunday, June 28 from mid-morning until 5 p.m. Fresh strawberry sundaes will head the menu and a variety of sundaes and cones, coffee, hot dogs and cold drinks will also be served• All are invited to the gath- ering at 7th and" Daley. Co- chairmen are Mrs. Richard Reysa and Mrs. Lawrence H. White. Everett Immaculate Conception Par- ish -- The Altar Society elected new officers at the June meet- ing. Mrs. Fred Cole is the new president. Aiding her will be Mesdames Frank Gustafson, William A. Burger, Harold Waltz and Wayne Faulkner. Tacoma St. Rita Parish -- St. Fran- cis Sodality will hold its month- $eattk Our Lady of Guadalupe Par- ish -- A summer carnival will be at the parish hall and play- ground July 16, 17 and 18, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Times will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday and Friday and ll a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday. There will be pony rides, carni- val rides and a •progressive card party Thursday evening. Robert Harris is chairman. Wednesday, June 24, at the St. Peter Claver Center, The Rev. Eslyn Drummond will speak on "Social Life in India." The public is welcome. For reservations call Mrs. S. L. Roccia, EA 2-5987, or Mrs. Jose Adriatico, EA 3-5494. This meeting concludes the season's activities. Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women, South Central Deanery -- A garden social luncheon will be held Thurs- day, July 9, at noon at the home of the president, Mrs. William F. Russell, 2130 S. W. 169th. In charge of arrange- ments are Mesdames David Peterson, George Kirstein and Ineo Rantucci. Members and friends are invited• St. John Parish -- Mrs. Frank M. Scott was installed as pres- ident of the Mothers Club at the final meeting. Other officers in- clude Mesdames George Money, Clifford Lyons and Er- vin Helm. Committee chairmen include Mesdames Dewey Tichi, Jo- seph Murphy, Howard Picht, ly meeting Wednesday, June 24, Maria/ Club -- There will be Robert Smith, John Minqrick, in the rectory, a luncheon meeting at noon M.J. Cribbs, Joseph Schwetz, Chateau La Salle: A Delight Chateau La Salle  the Chateau La Salle is truly a If the punch bowl is large gently sweet, light golden wine from The Christian Brothers of California -- is a delight for casual en- tertaining whenever f r i e n d s drop in. Its appeal lies not only i n its fruit-like flavor and gentle, natural sweetness, but also in the fact that it's so easy to serve and so right for so many occasions. You can serve Chateau La Salle chilled as a light refresh. ment anytime--straight, over ice cubes or with soda. And if you prefer a sweeter wine with. your meals, Chateau La Salle is great with appetizers, light entrees and all desserts. Many's the accomplished host- ess who dresses up her dinner parties and buffets by serving this delightful wine as a grace- .ful accompaniment to her des- sert course. versatile wine--a wonderful wine to add glamour to cas- ual entertaining• indoors or out. Chateau Lo "Salle Punch A summertime favorite ev- erywhere is popular Chateau La Salle Punch, which is easily prepared as follows: Make a simple syrup by dissolving 3 ounces of Cin- namon Red Hots (these are little cinnamon candy balls available in any confection- ery or candy store) into a half cup of boiling water and / cup of granulated sugar: Stir until the Cinna- mon Red Hots are com- pletely dissolved and you have a syrup. Using a large sized punch bowl, mix one 5th of Cha- teau La Salle, one quart of ginger ale and one 40 oz. can of pineapple-grapefruit juice, Add the syrup to this mixture and stir. enough, put in one cake of ice, otherwise add three or four trays of ice cubes. This batch will serve 30 people. For additional or fewer serv- ings, add or substract the in- gredients proportionately. Plan Pilgrimage To Congress HUNTINGTON, Ind. (NC) -- A national pilgrimage to the 38th International Eucharistic Congress in Bombay, India, from November 28 to December 6, will be sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor, national Cath- olic weekly published here, F. A. Fink, managing editor, an- nounced. The group will depart New York November 27 via TWA jet. After the congress, the tour will continue around the world, arriving in San Francisco De- cember 22. (Miss Young wants your letters--problems, questions or re- actions to her answers to other questions. Address your letters to her, care of this newspaper.) Kenneth Moore, Waiter Heckel, treasurer; Joe Lavallee, re- Harry Zirkle, Frank Beattie, cording secretary; Austin Ellis and Joseph Brennan. and Pat Burns, guards; Earl Barschaw, advocate; and Rag- The Christian Brothers, Napn, California • , ., One/adv anot#er. . . Knights of Columbus--Frank G. Riener of Christ the King Parish has been elected grand FRANK G. REINER knight of North Seattle Coun- cil. Other officers are Dr. Otto Vogeler, deputy grand knight; Floyd Hofto, chancellor; Len Warner, warden; Jim Haley, er J. Gill, trustee. Gill is the outgoing grand t knight. Reed M. Skibeness is: I financial secretary. Riener, 44, native of Minne- sota, joined the order in 1955. He lives with his wife, Mae, and their two children at 10334 Bedford Ct. N.W. The children are Larry, 12, and Janice, 11. Chancellor Club -- An open house will be held Sunday, June 21 at 8 p.m. at the St. Peter Claver Center, 16th and Jefferson. All single, practical Catholics from 21 to 35 are in- vited to attend. This is an in- formal gathering to interest,,   young adults in the Chancellor Club. For additional informa- tion call Janet Rodgers, PA 3- 4815. Famous Encore Salad Dressing Takes but minutes to make-but memorable for flavor! 2 tbs. Kikkoman soy sauce 1½ tbs. water  cup wine vinegar !/2 cup vegetable oil 1 tbs. brown sugar ('i 1 tbs. catsup  tsp. paprika tsp. black pepper 1 clove garlic, quartered 2 dashes hot sauce Shake well before using. Kikkoman soy sauce makes the lively difference! all-pur[00ose KIKKOMAN SOY SAUCE I ,,nd'.O=, CO; I Roasonab,. Ra+.... oareful handling by men who knw howl /Z'lg 21  Terry Avenno Nor/k  eattle t 1 I t MADISON LUMBER CO. a Paints, Lamber and Hardware a 2021 E. Madlson EAst 2.8080 LA n Primarily devoted to teaching, the Order helps to support its educational mission on the West Coast with winemaking. Chateau £a Salle is deliciaus./