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G} 6--THE PROGRESS Friday, ' June 26, 1964 THE REV. William J. Power, pastor of Holy Rosary Parish who is chairman of United Good Things ,,,, Good Neighbors' volunteer recruitment program, scanned Happened  over some 9,828 cards from UGN volunteer workers in 47 When Good ,.. parishes in Seattle and King County. With him are Mrs. John Cashin of Mercer Island, UGN neighborhood division People  (.  chairman; and John Hasslinger of Our Lady of the Lake Gave --.,_ Parish who is chair/nan or "general" of UGN's business division. The cards are used by both divisions in the recruit- hIw.l,.x.z.llZFin..z.j,  meat of workers for the annual campaign. --(Photo by lack Fleming) 9,828 Respond lo Plea For UGN A' generous response was heard from all par- ishes in Seattle and King County in answer to the plea by pastors for volunteer workers for this year's United Good Neighbors Drive. Reminding their parishioners of the aid the UGN gives so many C a t h oli c institutions throughout the year, pastors asked for as many volunteers as possible and from 47 par- ishes 9,828 people responded. The individual parish res- ponse is as follows: (Seattle churches) St. James Cathed- ral, 723; Assumption, 189; Blessed Sacrament, 118; Christ the King, 374; Holy Family, 470; Holy Rosary, 650; Immaculate, 71; Our Lady of Fatima, 144; Our Lady of Guad- alupe, 303; Our Lady of the Lake, 125; Our Lady of Lourdes, 118; Our Lady of Mount Vir- gin, 64; Sacred Heart, 130; St. Alphonsus, 102; St. Anne, 167; iSt. Benedict, 210; St. Berna- dette, 199; St. Catherine, 148; St. Edward, 444; St. George, Drive Volunteers 300; St. John, 360; St. Joseph, 361; St. Luke, 358; St. Mar- garet, 65; St. Mark, 250; St. Mary, 35; St. Matthew, 312; St. Patrick, 47; St. Paul, 77; St. Peter, 60, and St. Teresa, 250. Churches outside Seattle are: Holy Family, Auburn, 151; Sacred Heart, Bellevue, 250; St. Louise, Bellevue, 424; St. Brendan, Bothell, 155; St. Philo- Sr. Yvonne Therese Receives Medal Sister Yvonne Therese, O.S.F., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Peiffer of Chehalis has been awarded the Freedom's Foundation at Valley Forge medal for "exceptional service in furthering the cause of re- sponsible citizenship, patriot- ism and a greater understand- ing and appreciation of the American way of life." Bishop Leo T. Maher of Santa Rosa, Calif., presented the award to Sister who is a teacher of history and music at the Hanna Boys Center in Santa Rosa. mena, Des Moines, 148; St. Patrick, Dockton, 42; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw, 23; St. Vincent de Paul, Federal Way, 140; St. Joseph, Issaquah, 40; St. Anthony, Kent, 110; Holy Family, Kirkland, 247; St. Monica, Mercer Island, 127; St. Anthony, Renton, 452; St. Thomas, Riverton, 59; St. Fran- cis, Seahurst, 201 and Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmie, 35. Serrans Honor 49 AlOar Boys Forty-nine altar boys from 15 vicinities in the Archdiocese as far south as Longview and as far north as Port Angeles were honored Friday by the Seattle Serra : Club. Presiding at the Serrans' an- nual Altar Boys' Awards pro- gram in the Olympic Hotel was the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle and pastor of St. James Cathedral. Forty-nine medals were given to servers, chosen by their pas- tors in 46 parishes as the most outstanding of the year. Nine of the honorees an- nounced their inlention to at- tend a seminary next fall, said Arthur H. Bernard, awards chairman. These include Daniel Leahy of Cathedral, Michael Freitag of Christ the King, Keenan Zech of Our Lady of Fatima, Marc Linafelter of Our Lady of the Lake, William Short of Our Lady of Lourdes, Fred DiMar- tino of St. George's and Daniel Myers of St. John's, all of Se- attle; and Richard Dillhoff of St. Louise in Bellevue and Timothy Crane of St. John Vianney's in Vashon. Awards to altar boys out- side of Seattle also went to the following: Mark Syltebo, Sacred Heart, Bellevue; Louis Leas, Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremer- ton; Thomas McManus, St. Philomena's, Des Moines; Mi- chael Cochran, St. Joseph's Issaquah; Michael John Hogan, St. Anthony's, Kent; Jerry Les- sard, St. Rose, Longview; George DiJulio, St. Monica's, Mercer Island; Francis Xavier Partee, St. Plus X, Mountlake Terrace; Steve Crumb, Queen of Angels, Port Angeles; John Shoemaker, St. Gabriel's, Port Orchard; Philip Sullivan, St. Anthony's, Renton; Mark Wahl- mush, St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst; and Jerry Bretschnei- der, Our Lady of Sorrows, Sno- qualmie. Seattle recipients included: Gregory Marvin, Cathedral; William Kirsch, Assumption; Robert Boehmer, Blessed Sac- rament; John Kiesel, Holy Family; Paul Sorenson, Holy Rosary; Leonard Luna, The Immaculate; Richard Plumb, Our Lady of Guadalupe; James Borda, Our Lady of Mount Virgin; Richard G. Phillips and Samuel F. Patterson III, both of Sacred Heart; John Magnano, St. Anne's; Stephen and Daniel Kingsbury, both of St. Benedict's; Richard Turner Jr., St. Bernadette's; Stanley Bakun, St. Catherine's; John Flynn, St. Edward's; Joseph Tobin, St. Joseph's; Douglas R. Maxwell, St. Luke's; Michael Coury, St. Margaret's; Thomas Allsopp, St. Mark's; Thomas Craig Fitzsimmons, St. Mary's; Gordon Tucker, St. Matthew's; Chris O'Leary, St. Patrick's; Richard Hupt, St. Paul's; Rob- ert Rantucci, St. Peter's; and Peter Bacho, St. Teresa's. Pope John Book Is Planned NEW YORK (NC)--The spiri- tual journals of Pope John XXIII will be nublished next year b! the McGraw-Hill Book Company here under the title "The Diary of a Soul." The book will be based on notes made by the late Pontiff from the ages of 14 to 81. McGraw-Hill announced it had obtained U.S. rights to the book from Geoffrey Chapman, Ltd., British publisher. It ear- lier L..d been reported the book would be published by Herder and Herder here. Soci,,s, CFM Convention Described Installations Scheduled 8remerton Young Ladies Institute--Mrs. Stanton Cleary will be installed as president of Camerman In- stitute at the meeting sched- uled Tuesday, June 30 in the parish hall of Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Church. Installing officer will be Mrs. Maurice Reynolds of Lorraine Institute, Seattle. Other new officers include Mesdames S t a n I e y Napora, John Morgan, Lorin Miller, aeneid Fijalka, Elmer Paro- lini, Arthur Schrom, Richard Weyand, Dennis Nelson, Rob- ert Gagne, Thomas Trudelle, Robert Valiquette, Blaine Didio, Robert Kieffer, Philip Heier and Paul Weaver. Guests will include at. Rev. Msgr. Joseph E. Camerman, Rev. William L. Shilley, Roy. John O'Sullivan, Rev. John Pe- ters and Roy. James Knelleken. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Our Mother of Perpetual Help Guild is sponsoring a pinochle card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barkshire, Peasley Canyon Road, Satur- day, July 11. Pie and coffee will be served. For reserva- tions call Mrs. Michael Mc- Carthy, VE 9-1522. McKenna St. Margaret Mary Parish-- The annual beef barbeque din- ner is slated Sunday, July 5, from noon to 7 p.m. in the parish hall located on the high- way to Rainier and Tenino out at Yelm. The cost is $1 for adults, 50 cents for children under 12 with pre-schoolers free. By Don and Mary Keigher RICHLAND -- T h e Christian Family Move- meat's Northwest Area Convention began Satur- day as members and dele- gates attended the keynote ad- dress, "The Christian Lay- man -- Seeker of Justice," by Rev. James F. Halpine, As- sistant Chaplain to National CFM. They took part in workshops in depth and seminars conduct- ed by leading Northwest and National authorities in each of the fields covered. The pro- gram emphasized race and pol- itics, but included also, ses- sions on CFM, its growth and development, and the v i t a 1 concern of every CFM couple F a m ily Life. They sang a People's Mass by Dam Greg- ory, with the homily delivered by Rev. Anthony Hannick, St. Francis' Parish, Chelan, Wash. Vespers; was sung Saturday night, led by Rev. Peter Hegel and followed by a banquet highlighting an address given jointly by Dan and Rose Lucey, with that informal togetherness, taking turns yet doing an ad- mirable job of coordination. One had the feeling of watching a marriage at work -- each was taking part, then stepping baek while the other had something more to say, complementing and assisting and, of course, kidding each other, after the manner of any sound marriage. Sunday began with a full dia- logue Mass at an altar facing the congregation. Mass was celebrated by the Most Rever- end Joseph P. Dougherty, Bishop of Yakima who also de- livered the homily and thus be- gan on an inspiring note an- other day of studying the fam- ily lay apostolate which is CFM -- through sessions of workshops and seminars, a slide presentation and exchange of ideas from each of the six states represented. First place in the contest went to St. Anthony's Parish, Spokane. Jerry and Marguer- ite Kensok made the green sat- in banner depicting by painted gold figures, how the strength flows down to the Christian family from God through the Holy Spirit, through Mary and through Christ. Second place in the banner contest went to St. Paul's Ca- thedral parish, Yakima. Third place was won by Christ the King Parish, Richland, Wash. "Christian Family Call to Seattle Marquette University Alumni Association, Seattle Chapter--A dinner meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, at the Black Angus Restaurant. Ray H. Pfau, executive sec- retary of the university's alum- ni association, will be the guest of honor. Dr. James A. Pan- 58 First lener is chairman. Reserva- tions are necessary and may be made by calling Dr. Pan- Communicants lener at PA 5-2850. Yo u n g Ladies Institute -- At IA/ , Mariette Institute's new presi- Federal ..al dent Mrs Leo Zechi will be in- FEDERAL WAY--Ffty-eight boys and girls received their First Holy Communion Sunday at St. Vincent de Paul Parish here. The Roy. Lawrence M. Wil- lenborg was celebrant of the Mass. Communicants include: Ronald Anderson, Lauren Bartosh, John Bay, Catherine eartosh, James Bartosh, Tom Bertllng, James Brad- ley, Diane Brady, Patrtcla Burns, Michael Burns, Corlne Condos, Ronald Carter, Oolene Dobrowlts, Andrea Flynn, Janice Flynn, David Gallant, Terry Gallant, Barney Goad, Colleen Goad, Cindy Glaser, Theresa Gress, Wllma GYsewyt, Katherine Henselman, Cherle Herman, Rebecca Heutmaker, Susie Holden, Juanlta James, Michael Joslen, Nancy Joyce, Joanna Kammers, Michael Kennedy. Morgan Llewellyn, Llnda Lynn, Julia Maestas, Penny Maestas, Keith Mar- shall, Shelly Moyner, Nanette Maser, Daniel Napoleone, Leo Nelson, Teresa Parker, Deborah Potersen, K I t h Relss, Chris Rloux, Michael Russel, MI- chael Savage, Daniel Schade, Kathleen Schorsch, Trover Simmons, Douglas Small, John Smith, Oliver S ml t h, Jeanne Stlenback, Marc Trotlgnon, MI- chael Trotlgnon, Ross Tyler, Anthony Vlzzare, Steven Zareskl. Peace Corps Cost The average cost of sending and 'keeping a Peace Corps vol- unteer overseas for a year has been $9,079. stalled in ceremonies Wednes- day, July 1, at 8 p.m. at the Jefferson Park Ladies Im- provement Club. Mrs. Zechl is the mother of past Grand President Carolyn Jackson. Other officers to be installed i n c I u d e Mesdames Jackson, P. J. Paduano, E. J. Hoffa, N. Shane, G. Mahoney, C. Abrams, Charles M. Car- roll, Denny Vena, Donald Mil- ler, Arthur Buffone and the Misses Virginia Michaelis, Lor- raine Nigro, Anne Moschetto, Mary Jo Gredler and Joe Col- carro. Tacoma SS. Peter and Paul Parish-- The parish council of Catholic women and the altar society will sponsor a smorgasbord dinner Sunday, June 28, from noon to 5 p.m. in the parish hall. Mrs. Pete Lucas is chair- man and all are invited. Navy Aids Orphans VALLETrA, Malta (NC)--Of- ricers and men of the U. S. Sixth Fleet donated good s worth $12,000 to the Catholic Lourdes Orphanage here, in- cluding food, clothing, bedding and toys. THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You i Ask for it at your favorite food store WHY PA Y MORE? / taste SAME//smell MOUTH / / effectiveness WAe as the "over.priced" brand 49' ONLY &MBER, RED or BLUE Burke Sales Co., Seattle Aged Nuns Tour Vatican Pavilion NEW YORK (NC)--A group of 40 nuns, aged and confined to wheelchairs, toured the Vati- can Pavilion at the New York World's Fair (June 4), accom- panied by students from Brook- Jyn's Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception. The pa- vilion was closed to its regular visitors during the nuns' tour. BILL McCOY, a member of the Christian Family Movement National Program Com- mittee, addresses the recent CFM convention in Richland at the luncheon on "The Challenging of the Coming Inquiry." Others (from the left) are Dan and Rose Lucey of Canoga Park, Calif., President Couple of the California Area CFM who were fea- tured speakers, and Margaret and Jim Hunt of Portland, outgoing President Couple of the Northwest Area. Action" was the theme of the convention and every session emphasized a different facet of Catholic action. At the dosing dinner speech given by Jim and Margaret Hunt, retiring as CFM's North- west Area Chaircouple came a touching and unexpected trib- ute to CFM as sudden as the flashing of a bright sun on a blue sea. They also spoke to- gether, Jim beginning and then the two took turns. Margaret at- tempted several times to voice her appreciation for the brass plaque which had been pre- sented to them Saturday in commemoration of their six years of outstanding service. The plaque read: "James and Margaret Hunt. In appre- ciation for your example and leadership in the Christian Family Movement. CFM, Northwest Area." Significantly, there was no date on the plaque. For how could past, present and future service to Christ be dated? Margaret laughed a bit at her emotion and managed to say: "We were so surprised that anyone should feel it neces- sary to repay in ANY way, the work we have done with- out wanting any return- and which even so, has been repaid to us far more than the hundred fold we hear about." The selflessness of these re- marks will linger long in the minds of CFM members. One more session followed, a talk by Don Weasels, Spokane, and Benediction of the Bles- sed Sacrament was celebrated by Very Rev. William S. Swee- ney. You'll barbecue Be Glad tonight ? Too- When Yo. u Buy Dehcwus KIKKOMAN JIM m teriyaki marinade AT .ALL BETTER GROCERY STORES ST. BERNADETTE'S-SEATTLE Please paste inside your telephone directory and save many calls to your Parish Rectory PASTOR: Rev. Thomas C. McEnnis ASSISTANT: Rcv. 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