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,b--THE PROGRESS Fr;dey, June 25, 1965 A check, representin, g the, top winnings, of The Progress Adverttsed Labels Grand Fmal Award was resented Monday to Mrs. Betty Thornbrue (left), AL parish captain of Bremerton&apos;s Holy Trinity Parish, and to Mrs. Colleen Smith, PAL co-captain, by Father James H. Gandrau, editor of The Progress, at a luncheon in Sorrento Hotel. Holy Trinity's win- nings amounted to $1,400 and will be used for the new parish's church buiding fund. The presentation marked the conclusion of the 13.week label.saving contest in which 14 other parishes in Seattle, Ta. coma, Everett and Mercer Island competed for cash prizes. Enthusiasm 1s 00rord fly PATIENCE AMABEL LABELL PAL News Editor The Progress' first "PAL" (Progress Advertised Labels) contest closed Monday, with presentation of awards at a luncheon at Sorrento Hotel. This first day of summer brought together again a unique group of Catholic women who had been friendly rivals since the PAL kickoff luncheon early last March. FATHER JAMES GANDRAU, editor of The Progress, thanked the women, and added that while the material tabulations, with their benefit to the parishes have been most worthwhile, "there may be even greater benefits spiritually." PAL captains seconded these thoughts in their comments during the discussion following. Prize awards were used for television sets, projectors and a record library for the schools and several parishes reported enthusiastic interest from non-Catholic friends. "During the high holidays my Jewish neighhom saved ua many labels," said Mrs. James (Rite) Leers, St. Mary's Parish, Seattle. "Several non-Catholic mothers helped tabulate and seemed to feel part of the parish and the Mothers' Club for the first time," commented Mrs. Clarence J. (Mildred) Saunto, Assump- tion Parish, Seattle. Mrs. Lynne Okoren and Mrs. Gloria A. Gemlein, co.captains for St. Edward's Parish in Seattle were among the most enthusi- utic contestants. "St. Edward's was proud to participate," enid Mrs. Okoren, president of St. Edward's Mothers' Club. "PAL brought in fami- lies who had been unable to imrtlelpate in other projects. It was the easiest and most friendly parish work rye seen." "PAL gave everyone a ehant to help, but didn't require a lot of time away from home," olaun'ved Mrs. Gernleln. She credits her first grader, Rleky Jelm, with large amount of 'PAL' assistance. Captains reported help from as far away as Hawaii to the aouth and Vancouver, BC, to the north. A school In Sunnyside sent neatly packaged labels and third and fourth graders of John Muir School were real junior size "PAL's." PAL ADVERTISERS may be most interested in the captains' description of reader reaction to the PAL page. "We Just couldn't wait to read the page," said Mrs. Rose Ellestad of St. Paul'a Parish in Seattle. "And many comments were phoned in as soon as The Progress arrived." On this note the first PAL campaign closed with its captains looking forward to PAL days to come, Cardinal Calls Church Defender Of Freedom VIENNA (NC)--The Church today is becoming the defender of intellectual freedom and clearing away the false rival- rias of the past between schol- ars and churchmen, Franziskus Chrdlnal Koenig of Vienna has declared. "Today the Church is on. ouraging dialogue and is look. ing for it In the universities and professional schools . , . whatever she can contribute to the search for truth, she wants to offer as a service in liberty and humility," he said. The cardinal was speaking to scholars and students at the 600th anniversary ceremony el the Unjversity af Vieema. He ddlned the Church's atti. tade in entering discusmio with intellectuals and others: "Dialogue does not merely mean the communication of one's own trh, but also meanJ tking the outlook end convic- tion8 af otrs seriously. The present day stand of the Church cannot be an anxious isolation, an arrogant attitude of know. ing better than others, or an indecisive standoffishness, but rather broadmindedneu, hu. millay sad readiness for dis, logue." Cm'dinal Kotmlg asserted that the Church's ehamploa, of human Hberty has boca given a new foas because she hereelf Is under attack by authoritarian ideologies, Then he said: "Although Ln past tinuw them epgearad to he a rivalry, nevertheleu intellectual free- dom and religious freedom can never be in opposition to each other. Rather, they aid one another in extending knowl- edge of the natural and super. rattttral." What Is So Rare as a Day in June? Bainbridge Island Seattle Seattle Tacoma Block Rosary in honor of Mrs. Earl Lorraine, chair- spiritual director, will give the Polish chef Gone Steep will Our Lady of Fatima--Will be man, announces that families Conference talk and officiate be assisted by Mesdames John said Tuesday, June 29, at 1 pm may bring their own lunches at benediction. Chesbeck, Joseph Kalapus, at the home of Mrs. F.xhvard and pop, ice cream and prizes Chapter meeting will be held Zigmond Lonzak, Peter Lucas, Ulloe, Hawley (Winslow); and will be provided for the chib at 2:30 pm in the Cathedral Forestine Barnert and Earl Mrs. Francis Loverich, Fletch- dren. Hall: "Love and The Sacred Arnold. er Bay (Pleasant Beach), C o m m it t e includes Mes- Heart" will be theme of the at- William Benigni will be at the The Rosary will be recited dames James Braun, Edward ternoon's workshop. Guest coffee urn. Committee includes June 29, 2 pro, at Messenger McDevitt, Norman V. Sack and speaker will be Father Francis Mesdames WalterStemp, Thom- House; and July 1, 2 pm, at Betty Martin. Lindekugel SJ of Seattle Uni- as Lencloskey, Martin Sampson, Lynwood Sanitarium. Parents are asked to make versity faculty, son, Ben Rachowski, William All are welcome, reservations with the commit- Novices and Postulants will Benigni, and Frank Porto. tee according to the number of meet in the usual school rooms Young people of the parish Seattle children who will attend the at 12:45, for instruction, will assist. Ticket committee Catholic Daughters of Ameri- picnic. Afternoon will close with includes Mrs. Frank Sackowski, singing and refreshments. Miss Janice Miliski and Joseph ca--Luncheon and card party Seattle Chapter Kappa Gam. Doliriski. planned for Tuesday, July 13, ma Pi, Catholic Women's Grad. at 12 noon at the American uate Honorary--Meeting Tues- ' Legion Hall. day, June 29, at the Florence S'* Cecilia's Mrs. C. H. Sc.hank is chair- Crittendon Home, 9238 Renton man, Avenue South. Miss June Peterson, presi- Our Lady of the Lake Par- ""  dent, will report on the national ish Christian Friendship Cam- convention she is now attending mittee--New club for men and in Denver. women 55 years of age and over will meet Saturday, June Tacoma 28, at 1 pm at the school, 8000 35th Ave. NE. Saints Peter and Paul Par- ish Archdiocesan Council of Parishioners are invited to Catholic Women and Altar So- bring friends. For, more infer- ciety -- Smorgasbord will be marion call Mrs. Dick Mein- hardt, LA 4-1884. The regular business meeting served Sunday, July 27, from St. Benedict's Parish Athletic of St. Cecilia Institute will be noon to 5 pm in the parish hall. Wednesday, July 14, at 8 pm at Father Henry Razychi, pas- Auoclation -- Will sponsor a Blessed Sacrament Parish Hall, tar, invites all parishioners Fireworks Sale June 28 through 5041 0th Ave. NE. and friends. July 5 on the school grounds, Mrs..Tames O'Connor, presi- Mrs. Joseph Doliriski and 49th and Wallingford for the dent, who attended the Grand Mrs. Joseph Gratger are co- youth athletic fund. Institute at Santa Rosa, Calif., chairmerb Information may be obtained last month, will give her re- by caling R. H. Turner, SU 2. 4856, after 6 pro. port. St, George Fraternity, Third Kenmore Girl's St. Cecilia Institute YLI--An. Order of St. Francis -- Will First Communion nual picnic is set for Sunday, meet Sunday, June 27, at 1:50 Made In Spain July ll, from 12 noon at Gaff- p m at St. James Cathedral. ney's Resort, Lake Wilderness. Father Antoine Wishon OFM, SEVILLA, SPAIN -- Mary Franklin, 6, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. Charles Franklin of Kenmore and St. Brendan's Parish received her First Holy Communion recently here. She has completed her first year of school at the Colegio de la Blessed Virgin Maria where the communion was given in the chapel. Mary was also confirmed by the Cardinal of Sevilla in the Church of St. Vincent, Martyr shortly after receiving com- munion for the first time. Galaxy's Planets In our galaxy there are some 640 million earth/ike planets, the Catholic Digest estimates. Mother Mary Regina McCabe (left), superior of the monastery of the Visitation, St, Paul, Minn., was elected p/'esident of the Secohd "Federation of the" Order of the Visitation of North America. She suc- ceeds Mother Margaret Mary Sheerin (right), of Georgetown Visitatmn monastery, Washington DC, who has held the office since the Order was federated b. te Holy See in 1952, and is to become First Coun- taler o f the federation. The Order of the Visitation has almost 200 monasteries in five continents, 22 of them i n the US and Canada including Visitation Retreat in the Archdiocese of Seattle. received their First Holy Com- munion June 20 at the 8 a.m. Mass at St. Cecilia Church from Father Edward C. Boyle, pastor, following cessation of the religious vacation school. First communicants w e r e : 3ee Pearson, John Kane, Bryan Lewinski, James D. Hanson, Christine Ford and Saundra Ce- cotti. Their CCD t e a c h e r is Mrs. Cliff Fosse. St. Edward seminarians Phil- lip B 1 o o m of Stanwood and Dick Schlosser of Everett as- sisted regular CCD teachers during the religious vacation school which fifty grade school pupils attended. e st. Decelia Altar Society hon- ored Mrs. Alice Davison, retir- ing vice principal and counsel- 1or of Stanwood High School and long-time member of the Altar Society with a luncheon recently. Mrs. Joe VonMoos of Stsn- wood was honored as she was to leave for a visit to her na- tive land, Switzerland. Other special guests included Mrs. Sara B o c h r, retiring home economist of the Stun- wood High School; Mrs. Annie McKean, mother of Mrs. Duel- son; Father Edward B o y I e, pastor of St. Cecilia Church; and Mr. Dick Schlosser of St. Edwards Seminary. .AN CANNOT LIVE BY BREAD Bible In Hindi Published ALLAHABAD, India (NC) -- The first complete Catholic Bible in Hindi, India's official language, has been published hare, The work was sponsored by the Catholic Hindi Literature Committee consisting of repre- sentatlves of Hlndl-speaking dio- ceses in the country. Vatican Councils The lot Vatican Council was opened on December 8, 1889, by Pope Plus IX, the Catholic Digest states. Pope John con- voimd the 2nd Vatican Council on October II, 1082. J ALONE IPeld Advertisement) i r DAGIGOLD (from MAJORETTE) L RECIPE Quick.Cooking THE WEEK Cornered Extra Thin Spaghetti. The daring skywriter (cooks In 5 minutes) OR TRY FETTUCCINE! WIAJOR ITALIAN FOODS CO. INC. 1914 8,CorBIst Dr,, Seattle, Wash, Listen for the uniting adventures of "MISS PIPER SWEET"... Chicken is so plentiful nowadays that the term "chicken every Sunday" no longer applies. Most homemakers serve checken any day of the week. However, because chicken is so econom[cal, easy to prepare and versatile, ;t continues to be a favorite for special occasions. What's barfer for the bEck-yard 4rE of July barbecue for family and guests than daliaious, tender chicken made extra juicy and delicate flavored with a butter barbecue sauce? If your plans include s picnic or a boat trip, the chicken [s easy to do on a portable grill, Prepare plenty. Thnre'll be requests for seconds, Either of these butter barbecue sauces gDes an elegant flavor to the chicken and makes it brown evenly. The Lemon Barbecue Saue gives a hlnt of sharpness in the flavor, especially good with the mild chicken flavor. The second sauce has a spicier flavor. LEMON IIUTTER BARBECUE SAUCE /2 cup (V4 lb.) DARIGOLD Butter, melted 'h cup lemon juice I teaspoon salt Dash Pepper Dash hot sauce or steak sausa Stlr lemon iUlO 4nd seasonlngs Into melted DARIOOLD Butter. Brush over places of chlkan before and during cooking. Makes about cup sauce. IuI"r|R BARIIIK:U| SAUCE Vs cup (V4.1b.) DARIGOLD Buffer I Pkg. herb salad dressing mix Stlr dress|ng mix Into melted DARIGOLD Buffer. Complete- ly oat pieces of 3-lb. ,frying chicken. Place over hot oals brushing frequently with butter mixture. Cook until chicken Is browned and fender. If preferred, ch[cken may ba cooked In ' oven, Place single layer of coated chicken In shallow pan In 376 degree oven. Brush frequently w/th sauce. Cook until chicken is tender and brown, about one hour. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT M. HAYS, JUBILARIANS Class Marks CommunlonDay Robert M. Hayses Will Mark Golden Jubilee who puts "U. and I Sugar" ' ' hlghlntheletstreaml / I.Istea to ra#io: brought to you by l i KAYO KIRO " I su,00n00l"- KVl glm Energy lhgh I] o.d I 1,0<,,, ,, KJR the Sugar from Our Land '... :i TACOMA -- "It's just been wonderful!" In these few but telling words were 50 years of married llfe summed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hays of St. Martin of Tours Parish who will mark their golden anni- versary June 28 with an II am Mass of thanksgiving at St. Francis of Assisi Church, Sea- hurst. Father William G. Quick, pastor, long time friend of the Hays, will be celebrant, "We worked with Father Quick, the first pastor, to build St. Martin of Tours Church 25 years ago," said Mr, and Mrs. Hays. The jubilarians will be hon- ored at a reception Sunday, June 27, from 1 to 5 pm at the Alpine rocn in the B and M shopping center on Highway 9g, Everett. Friends and rela- tives are invited. Margaret Toner and Robert Hays were married June 30, 1915, at Sacred Heart Church, Bellingham. He is a member of the Holy Name Society and the Knights of Columbus. They have three sons, Rob- ert J. Everett; Roy A., Taco- ma; and Alfred E., Tacoma; and a daughter, Mrs. Clarence Peters, Monroe; and 11 grand- children. TRADEMARK HOW CAN JUST ONE CALORIE TASTE SO GOOD? BECAUSE THE COCA-COLA COMPANY KEPT THE FLAVOR IN PACIFIC COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., SEATTLE-TACOMA Now Earn Points... Buy and Save These Caps COCA-COLA TAB 10 PAL POINTS PER CAP SPRITE SHOPPING at your FINGERTIPS, We feature "PAL" Products THIS WEEK'S BONUS SPECIAL ... IGA MARGARINE 6--1 Lb. Pkgs, 1.00 L .......................................... Butternut Coffee 3 LB. TIN 1.89 MANY SPECIALS EVERY WEEK, INCLUDING LOCAL & NATIONAL BRANDS--FAMOUS TABLERITE MEAT, DAIRY AND FRESH IGA PRODUCE! YOUR SUPPORTERI