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Mission Sister To Be Honored At Tea Sunday Knights Present Flag At World's Fair A NEW 50.star American flag, presented by the honor guard of the Knights of Columbus' Fourth Degree James Shields General Assembly, was unfurled at the Seattle World's Fair Plaza of States by Francis Scott Key (second to the left) during the recent Pennsylvania Day ceremonies. Shown with the direct descendant of the lyricist of the "Star.Spangled Banner" is Joseph A. Holleman, faithful navigator. Members of the 10-man honor guard included Gerald Weldon (left) and Walter S. Acheson (right), marshal. The flag, now being used at the fair, had previously flown over the nation's capitol.(Photo by ]ames D. Sirapkins o/Bellevue.) SISTER M. ESTHER, S.C.M.M. TACOMA -- A tea will be given for Sister M. Esther, a Medical Mission Sister, Sunday- July 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Aquinas High School library. Sister Esther, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tha- den of Tacoma. is a graduate Den Crews Fr;day, July 13, 1%2 THE PR,OGRESS_7 Observe 25h VfeJding- Mr andDafeMrs Don Holy Name Picnics Slated Crew, 1126 Chicago St., oh- served their 25th wedding anni- versary June 30 at a reception held in St. Anthony parish hall. Nearly 150 persons were present. The Crews, who were mar- ried June 26, 1937, in St. Mary Church, Aberdeen, are the parents of three children: Sis- ter Joanna Marie, S.N.J.M., who is teaching in Spokane; Robert who just graduated from O'Dea High School, and Richard who graduated from Briscoe School for Boys. Mr. Crew is associate pub- fisher of the Kent News-Jour. hal. He is a member of the Fourth Degree Knights of Co- lumbus and the Holy Name Society. Mrs. Crew is a mem- ber of St. Anthony Altar So- ciety and the Daughters of St. Anthony. Nordic Music At Volunteer Park Music of the Nordic nations Oockfon St. Patrick Holy Name So- ciety -- The annual Salmon Bake will be held from 1 to 5:30 p.m., Sunday, July 29, at Dockton Park in the south part of Maury-Vashen Island. The dinner will be served for $4 per family, regardless of the nbmber. Dinner preparations include the two-day outing at Sekui Fishing Resort, Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15, for Holy Name men and sons George Katiea is fishing derby chair- man, den party Thursday, July 19, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. J. Blair, 873 N.W. 190th. The party is for the benefit of Visitation Villa Retreat House. Tickets are $1. To ob- tain them call Mrs. Blair, LI 2-2217, Mrs. George Peterson, LI 6-1033 or Mrs. J. P. Mul- roney, LI 2-5577. Annunciation District, H o I y Name Society--The annual pic- nic will be held Sunday, July 29, in Pass Shadow Lake Re- sort. Games are being sched- uled for children and adults. Swimming facilities are avail- by the indulgence blessing and Benediction. Tacoma Council, Knights of Columbus--Annual picnic will be held Saturday and Sunday, July 21-22, at Mullin's Place on Lake Patterson. Picnic will feature free breakfast, refresh- ments and ice cream. There will be a parking fee of 50 cents per car, according to Maria Pereira, general pro- gram chairman. Named YL! Vice Presiden Mrs. James M. Jackson of able. Free refreshments will be Seattle was installed as grand provided for children. Pro. first vice president at the 59th ceeds will be donated to the Grand Institute of the Young Catholic Information Center. Ladies Institute held recently in San Francisco. Tacoma Mrs. Betty Martin. Seattle, Third Order of St. Francis-- and Mrs. Lowell Young, Brem- The regular meeting will be erton, were installed as grand held Sunday, July 15, at St. directors of the YLI. Mrs. Patrick Church: Novices will Jackson is a member of meet at 2 p.m in the school; Mariette Institute and Mrs. chapter meeting will be at Martin and Mrs Young are 2'.30 in the church basement members of St. Cecilia and rob.-_ and at 3 there will be a choir Camerman Institutes, respec- I'?L_  meeting in the church followed tively. IIII of St. Patrick School and will ring out in the Volunteer Seafle Issaquah Aqnas She received her de Park Amphithoatre Sunday gree in nursing from the Uni. July 29, at the llth annual Association for C a t h e ! i e Pastor To Be versity, of San Francisco in Scandinavian Music Festival. Childhoed--The Margaret Abel June and will leave for her The program, one of many Circle will have a "Summer Honored ISSAQUAH -- A reception will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 15, in Gibson Hall here for the first pastor of St. Joseph Parish. To be honored will be Rev. George McLean, appointed pas- tor by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly when the Archbishop raised in June St. Joseph's from a mission to a parish status. The mission was formerly attached to Sacred Heart of Bellevue. Ordained in 1947, Father Mc- Lean was pastor of Sac red Heart Parish, Battle Ground, prior to his appointment here He, has also served at St. Mar- tin s, Fife; St. Andrew's, Sum- ner; and St. James Cathedral. Sponsoring the reception is the parish Altar Society. Youngsters Eye K of C Bike :--:----2 THESE YOUNGSTERS are insnecting a bicycle, one of 10  Expert WATCH ' features at the Kmghts of Columbus Ptcmc Sunday, July 15,  in Norm's Cottage Lake Resort. Showing them the bike is   and  , Jim Kinder, chairman of Seattle Council's annual outing.  JEWELRY REPAIR i The youngsters (from left) are Matthew Ford, Peggy Faw-  "  - . throp, Mitch Sullivan and Mark Ford. The picnic, the big- ['"/! gest Catholic-sponsored outdoor event in the state, will in- ( lk "  ( " " r  - J clude 23 activmes for children and adults lus other ante - "i" eR ............... ( tainment, starting at 10 a.m. (photo by W.C. Heib) I ' Waerco ors On Pxhibi A WEEK-EN  Frye Museum _'" ..... . m= a  i ri N:rt:rrwmte?:rSr ,cieth SPECIAL! IB ] J have supplied watercolors for L 1 :  an exhibition which includes _  many prize-winning and award at your favorite, winning painting at the Frye "" USDA CHOICE GRADE BLADE CUT Art Museum, Terry and Cherry, to be on display through July 15. Also, watercolors and pas- tels from the Frye Museum Collection are on display in Gallery D through July 31. Reproduction of Albrecht Darer's "Zpokalypsek" "Grosse Passion" and "Mari- enleben" will also be shown. AC;CU RATE - FAST CHUCK ROAST first assignment in India in August. The Medical Missionary Sis- ters were founded by Mother Anna Dengel, M.D., in 1925. The American province has its headquarters in Philadelphia. The Sisters staff hospitals in Africa, India, Pakistan, South America and Vietnam. highlights of the 13th annual Seattle Seafair celebration, will feature the Seattle Park Board's "Orchestra In The Parks", and will be directed by Gustave Stern and John Sundsten. The music festival is open to the public and there is no admission charge. Splash Party" at the Mercer- wood Shore Club Saturday, July 14 from 8:30 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. It will consist of a social hour, midnight buffet, swim- ming and dancing. Mrs. James Gustavson is chairman. St. Luke's--The ladies of the parish will give a benefit gar- Shorthand... Bookkeeping Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines IBM KEY PU.C. 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