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--THE PROGRESS FrTday, July 20, 1962 From Where Do Campers Come? From where do CYO camping enthusiasts come? The entry list of The Prog- ress' Campership Contest says 19 cities and towns. Here are the home towns of 48 girls and 29 boys who thus far have entered: Seattle, T a c o m a, Everett, Bellingham, Vancouver, Olym- pia, Carnation, Moantlake Ter- race, Keiso, Bellevue, Bothell, Rcnton, Kirkland, Skamokawa, "I want to go to CYO camp this summer because . . ." The only other contest re- quirements, besides the age, are that entrants have never before attended any CYO camp, that letters must be 100 words or less and postmarked on or before August 3. The girl winner will attend the August 15-24 session at Camp Blanchet near Gig Har- bor. The boy winner will attend the August 17-26 session at Camp Don Bosco near Car- SUMMER ACTIVITY SCHEDULE Picnics, Bellincjham Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica -- Over 60 members and guests attended the annual pic- nic of Court St. Aloysius held recently. Mrs. H. R. Poachim was the chairman. Everett St. Mary Magdalen Parish-- Members of the p a r i s h will gather for the annual picnic Sunday, July 22, at the Martha Lake resort on the southern boundary of the parish. Sponsored by the Men's Club, the picnic will provide games and contests for children of Barbecues Slated monthly conference with Roy. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M., offi- ciating. Postulants will meet at 1:15 in Room 1 A of the school with instructions from Brother John Hill; novices will meet at 1:15 in Rooms 1-B and 1-C with Brothers Don Meichoir and Larry Twine. A movie entitled "Third Or- der Success Story" will be shown at the chapter meeting in Cathedral hall at 1:45. St. Paul Parish -- The women's club will hold a bene- fit tea for the support of the tacting any of the altar society members. Tickets are $1.50. Tacoma St. Ann Guild--A picni c will be held by guild Wednesday, July 25 at Point Defiance Park for the children of St. Ann Home. A picnic dinner fol- lowed by games is planned for the children. Mrs. Margarette Doberty is chairman. Tacoma Council, Knights of Columbus--A free pancake and Italian sausage breakfast will highlight the annual picnic, scheduled Saturday and Sun- day, July 21-22, at Mullin's P o r t 0 r c h a r d, Enumclaw, nation, all ages. Don Berg is the chair- .-.- Arlington, Naseile and Puyal- All expenses, plus transpor- man." tation costs, will be covered lap. Seattle These youths, nine to 14, by The Progress. Contestants are asked to in- Third Order of St. Francis-- have entered The Progress' dude their age, address, phone St. George Fraternity will meet Sunday, July 22, at St. James Campership Contest by writing number and parents names on Cathedral at 2:30 p.m. for the letters, finishing the sentence: the letters.  i There are two weeks left to Teens. Slate enter. Ham Ideal Benefit Dance CYO basketball Choice For For Family omm,ssmners Court ,Jester Teen-agars in Our Lady of thc Lake Parish will sponsor a benefit dance from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Saturday, July 21, in the parish school gymnasium for the Stivers family. The Stiverses, West Seattle residents, recently suffered two deaths in the family. Mr. Jefferson S t i v e r s, the father, accidentally drowned while scuba diving. A day later (July 9) his infant daughter died in a hospital. The survivors include Mrs. Stivers, and 11 children rang- ing in age from 14 to two. The family home is at 6006 High Point Dr. Enlisting the help of the par- ish CYO Club and other teen- agers, Mrs. Benedict A. Mein- hardt is heading the dance ar- rangements. Music will be by the Kings- men from Seattle Prep. Dona- tion is $1. Merchants in the parish and outlying area are also assistS. ing in the dance benefit, II I IIIII DANCE! Friday, July 20 STAG 0r DRAGI at Woman's Century Club 807 East Roy Street 9:30 p.m. Sponsored by the are appointed A seven-man group next sea- son will handle all CYO bas- ketball matters in the central deanery, according to Rev. Gerald Moffatt, archdiocesan CYO director. Herman Thorstensen of Our Lady of the Lake Parish has been appointed commissioner. The commission also includes John Clark of St. Paul's, John Hewitt of St. Pins X, Tom Clark of Christ the King, Tom Ryan of St. Catherine's, Bill Bannick of Bellevue's Sacred Heart and AI Bright of St. Ber- nadette's. CYO scoreboard Sporrans St. Bernadette 10, St. John 7. Mount Virgin 10, St. Luke 0. St. Bernadette 9, St. ffohn 7. W L W L Mt. Virgin .... 7 0 St. Luke ...... 1 7 St. Bernadette 6 1 St. Catherine 0 6 St. John ........ 3 4 Tacoman wins NYU scholarship Mary Catherine Hobart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hobart, 6838 S. J St. in Ta- coma, has been granted a full $3,000 scholarship for one year at the New York University School of Education. She attended Holy Rosary and St. Leg's High School in Tacoma and was graduated from Seattle University in 1961. Mary has been teaching at St. Clare Academy at Hastings- in-Hudson, N.Y. She hopes to teach at college level while working towards a master's degree. It pays to use The Progress Classified Ads. @ 21-35 WEEK-END SPECIAL! at your favorite... MELLO.RITE THICK GOLDEN MEAT TIMOTHY H. HARN Happy Undertaking Timothy Hugh Harn Jr. be- longs to a profession far re- moved from making people laugh. But because of his wealth of experience in organizational work and his leadership of the Seattle Seafair Clowns, the 38- year-old graduate of Seattle University became an ideal choice for Court Jester of the 13th annual Seattle Seafair. Harn is a mortician with Wiggen and Sons Mortuary, Inc. As No. l henchman to the Prince of Mirth, Ham joins Bill McLain in the zany antics of the Seafair Clowns during the 10-day civic maritime cele- bration. McLain, KTNT-TV's jovial Brakeman Bill, is the 1962 Prince of Mirth. Hare is a veteran of the Clowns since their inception some years ago. The Clowns are a group of SU graduates dedicated to making people laugh during the mid.summer festival July 29 through Au- gust 5. Last year, Harn was their chairman. A member of St. Joseph Par- ish, Ham lives with his family at 1127 16th Ave. E. His wife is the former Betty Liljegreen. The couple's children are Den- nis, 12; Mary Eleanor, 8; Daniel, 6; Maura, 5; and Sheila, 3. Hare is no stranger to Catholic lay circles. A past grand knight of Seattle Coun- cil, he is faithful captain- elect of the Knights of Co- lumbus' James Shields Fourth Degree General Assembly. A member of the SU Alumni Board of Governors, Harn is also active in the "Christian Family Movement. Belonging to the pioneer Harn family in Kent, he was graduated from SU in 1953 after serving four Visitation Villa Retreat House Thursday, July 26, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bur- well Pepka, 9306 Mayas Court, Mrs. C. Arnold Taylor is the chairman and can be con- tacted at PA 2-3665 for tickets. Young L a d i e s Institute -- Queen Institute will meet Au- gust 9 and August 23 at 7:45 p.m. in the Knights of Colum- bus Hall. The group also plans a fish fry Friday: July 27, at 6:30 p.m. at Alki Point Beach. Mar- garet Ebert is chairman. For information call her at PA 2-3970. Father Caramello Scholar- ship Fund--The Altar Society of Mount Virgin Parish will have a garden luncheon to benefit of the Jesuit Seminary at Sheridan, Ore. The proceeds of the luncheon to be held Thursday, August 2 at 12:30 p.m. will go into the Father Carella Scholarship Fund. The Roy. Louis Cara- ella, S.J., was pastor at Mount Virgin before his death in 1949. The luncheon will be at the home of Mrs. Dan Fiorito, 6052 52nd Ave. S. Advance tickets may be obtained by con- Fr. Smith CWV State Chaplain BREMERTON--The Rev. Mi- chael L. Smith of Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish here has been appointed department chaplain of the Catholic War Veterans by the Most Rever- end Thomas A. Connolly, Arch- bishop of Seattle. Father Smith had served in St. James Cathedral Parish prior to being assigned as as- sistant pastor here. R. A. (Chico) Chavez, state commander, a 1 s o announced that the annual state CWV picnic will be held Sunday, July 22, at Camp La Wis Wis, five miles south of the south- east corner of Mount Rainier national Park. Puyallup Girl Named Slate Music Winner PUYALLUP--Robin McCabe, 13-year-old eighth grader at All Saints School and organist for the school choir, was named winner of the statewide chap- ter auditions of the Washing- Place by Lake Patterson. Other activities will include campfire activities, overnight camping, Sunday morning Mass, square dancing, softball game between Auburn and Tacoma Councils, plus free ice cream and re- freshment for the children. Ad- mission will be 50 cents per car, according to Maria Pereira, general program chair- man. Vancouver K n i g h t s of Columbas--A "Chicken Barbecue," the third tri-council charity benefit, will be held from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, July 29, in the K of C Vancouver Park. Featuring Wil- O-Del barbecued chicken, the event will feature entertainment for adults and children. Admis- sion will be $1.50 for adults, 75 cents for children and $5 for the family. Sponsors are Co- lumbia and St. Joseph's Coun- cils of Vancouver and Caas Council. Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica -- Our Lady of Lourdes Court is sponsoring the coffee hour at the Veterans Hospital Sunday afternoon, July 22, at which the patients entertain their visitors. The program will consist of vocal and instrumental solos as well as community singing. Mrs. Gladys Lynch is chair- man. Two Dales Anicipafed By Ukrainians Ukrainian Catholics of the Byzantine Rite are anticipat- ing two Sunday dates in Seattle. The Very Rev. Msgr. Michael Horeshko of P h o e n i x, Ariz., will be the celebrant of the Di- vine Liturgy at 10 a.m. June 22 in Our Lady Chapel in St. James Cathedral. It will be a low Mass. The Divine Liturgy will be sung at 5 p.m. June 29 in Our Lady Chapel by the Ukrainians' pastor, Rev. Stephan Chehovsky of Victoria, B.C. A short observance of United Nations Week will follow the Mass in Cathedral Hall. The program will include talks by priests of the Archdiocese, ac- cording to John Hlebichuk of Puyallup, observance chairman. Coffee and cake will be served. Supreme Court Ruling To Be Discussed Seattle University's political science department will present a talk on "The Supreme Court and Prayer in the Public Schools," Monday, July 23, at 8 p.m. in the Pigott Auditorium on campus. The Rev. Francis J. Cook- fin, S.J., professor of law at Gonzaga University and a member of the Washington State and American Bar Asso- ciations, will be the speaker. The program is being offered as a public service in conjunc- GATHERED TOGETHER for their final meeting are members of Circle Nine, an organi. zation of laywomen originally organized by the Most Reverend Bishop Gerald Shaughnessy, S.M., to aid the bursa fund at St. Edward Seminary. This circle is the last to disband, q the original eight members only two remain. One, Mrs. L. J. Hellenthal, was unable to ! present. The other, Mrs. G. D. Runnels, is seated third from left. Others are (top row, from left) Miss Kathryn Hoffman, Mrs. J. A. Duane, Miss Mary Casey and Mrs. James H. Bloomfield. Front row (from left) Mrs. Joseph Dougdale, Mrs. Thomas R. Meeker, Mrs. Runnels and Mrs. Frank Buck. Mrs. Mary Dreeney was not present. --(Photo by W. C. Helb, Jr.) Burse Circle 9 Disbands When Cixcle Nine met last Friday it was a sad occasion for it was the final meeting. Begun almost 30 years ago at the request of the Most Rever- end Bishop Geratd Shaugh- nessy, S.M., the group, together with other similar circles, gave their donations to the St. Ed- ward Seminary Bursa Fund as the Bishop had asked. Now Circle Nine, the only Circle left, is disbanding for many of the members have found it too difficult to attend meetings. For Mrs. G. D. Runnels, one of the two original members, it is particularly sad. "The me- bers were my mother's friends --she was one of the original eight--and I have enjoyed them all." Mrs. L. J. Heilenthal is the other original meher still living. Mrs. Runnels' mother, Mrs. S. V. Kaib, together with the first members, Mesdames James P. English, James O'Callaghan, Philip G. Fit- terer, Harry Ellison and Ed- ward S. Flajole had started the "First Friday Club" as it was commonly known for that was their meeting date. Luncheon and bridge were the order of the day with each lady giving her donation to the hostess. Guests were usually present and they too to the fund. "We averaged about $70 a year," Mrs. Runnels recalled. "In the past I0 years or so it's been about $50." Member of the present group included Mesdames Mary area- nay, Joseph Dougdale, Thom]i I Meeker, F r a n k Buck, ft. '1 Duane, James H. BloomfielS' and Misses Mary Casey and Kathryn Hoffman. Mrs. Dreeney is 94 and Mrs Dougdale is 90. As Mrs Rum nels, the "baby" at 68 puts itt "It's just too much of an obli- gation to meet each month. we all intend to contribute little bit to the bursa fund." Jubilarians Renew Vows ([ RELIGIOUS VOWS pronounced decades ago were renewed by these nine jubilarians at the" Convent of the Holy Names, Marylhurst, July 14. Sister M. Paulina (seated, second from left) is the diamond jubilarian who made her first profession in 1902. The golden jubilarians, whose vows date from 1912, are (seated, left) Sister M. Nestor and, after Sistee Paulina, Sister M. Columbkille and Sister Imelda of Jesus; (standing, left) Sister M. Flaminia, Siste M. Sylvia, Sister M. Estella of the Blessed Sacrament, Sister M. Hilaria and Sister M, Melanin. BVM School Alumni Plan Convention The National Federation of Alumni of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary will celebrate the golden jubilee of their founding August 9-12 at years in the U.S. Navy. ton State Music Teachers Con- teen with the University's sum- Davenport, Iowa. t El'l" I/l Ihi=@ l J fib0 Ar t..%%%.r vention held in Bellingham mer institute on Current Issues Th t ..... /II Elm II IFli in IIP'P k II LILII=I w a ..... " :- ^--erican Government e convert Ion WllI oraw [e MISS tvict.aoe, the daughter J" " " r r bi411/14I-IJU/LJ .... P "1tl :L,q .......... thousands of fo me students  oI r. ann l . . lvlcaDe . , . ,. from schools run by the com- rt;ll --- at orth Hill, Puyallup, was If you naven t been reamng rm,nitw frnm tho Woet Cnqf ..... . .,. IIJUlllly k  chosen winner from amon the The Progress advertisements, =,a"l,.,''; ,'" h. w',::- Prices Effechve Fnday end Soturaay, July gu ano Li ...... 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