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8--THE PROGRESS FrTday, July 27, 1%2 Guadalupe Guild Plans Lunch SUMMER ACTIVITY SCHEDULE: HN Salmon Bake Slated Dock4&apos;on July 29, at Foss Shadow Lake Young Ladies Institute--Miss Holy Name Society--Men of Resort. Gates open at 11 a.m. Loin Moran, past president of St. Patrick Parish will span- Festivities continue until 6 p.m. Queen Institute has been ap- sor a Salmon Bake from 1 to Free soft drinks and ice cream ;!::::::<,:*i!( pointed Dis- 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 29, in trict Deputy of Bernie Canna, popular Island i the State of chd, will supervise the annual Washington. bake, assisted by H01y Name men and CYO teen club girls. DiStrict 15 Donation is $4 per family and :W--. consists of in- $1.50 per individual, according ...---" -  s t i t u t e s in to Father Rev Victor c I o q uCl°q°et e t extends pastor a !i erett Bremerton Richlaod, Ev cordial invitation to the "main- Seattle, Ta- lenders" and friends. LOLA coma and Yak- MORAN ima. Seattle ' I The appointment was made Y a u n g Ladies Institute -- by YLI Grand President, Mrs. --  Catherine Milich, of Heffernan Ill - Institute, San Diego. Mariette Institute will honor will be provided for children. Catholic War Veterans -- Mrs. James Jackson, newly- Special feature will be a series Members of the King County elected grand of 16 games for children and f i r st vice adults, according to Bill Wil. Chapter will receive Cam- President Thanks Everett Students MEMBERS OF the Beach Drive Guild of Our Lady of president of son, general chairman. Other reunion at the 9 a. m. Mass Guadalupe Parish plan the annual garden party luncheon the YLI, at highlights are swimming and Sunday, July 29, in the Church SECOND GRADERS at Our Lady of Per- gun, special assistant to the President, who of the Immaculate. to5431be held49th ThursdaY,Ave, S.w.AugustIt will begin2' at Cheat noonJameSandTemplerservingh°me'will asunday,receptiOnjuly centsb°ating'forGateadultsadmissi°nand 15 centsis 50 Breakfast will follow in the petual Help School, Everett, decided on a extended Mr. Kennedy's thanks for letting continue until 2, Pictured are (left to right) Mesdames Tern- 29, a t t h e for school children. Proceeds parish auditorium. The quarter- "Teachers Day" this past spring to honor him know about the idea. The children also received an autographed picture of the Chief pier, Fred James and William Norton. Proceeds will go to home of Mrs. will be donated to the Catholic ly meeting will be presided by their instructors. The pupils of Mrs. E.J. Executive. Pictured above with the picture the church building fund. Reservations may be made by Charles M. Information Center. Paul Maurice, county com- calling WE 5.6825 or WE 5-1185. (Photo by W. C. Heib If.) Carrol, 1919 mender. Father Vincent Post, Killien wrote a letter to President Kennedy and letter are (from the left) Cynthia Ro- 30th Ave. S., under the direction of ecru- about their project and were rewarded this deen, Joni Charbonneau, StoPon Meters, Dale from 2 to 4 BIRTHS mender Anthony Bacalzo, is month with an answer from Ralph A. Dun. Thoemke and Mrs. Killien. Millionair Club Portiuncula MRS. JAMES p.m. host. VANCOUVER  St. Joseph's Reports Charities Indulgences JACKSON .o.o.. Tre Of Kin9 Tu÷ S M gd ! son, a mum- hirth, to Mr. and Mrs., dsures Requiem For r. a a ene Exactly 52,606 meals were bur of Mariette for 15 years, Howard Drury, boy, July 15. served to needy men, women May Be Gained was installed in her new office John Lobdell, boy. July17. G 0 E hibi÷ A st 2 Mother To Be Honored 0000or00eoo CJ phi and children at the Millionair The indulgences of the Porti- at the Grand Institute of the Jack Beauchamp. girl. ,Idly 20. 0 n x u u Club Charity during the first uncula may be gained each YLI held recently in San Fran- Latin White, boy. July 22. Jose ne A÷ Jubilee Tea Clifford Martin. girl, July 22. The treasures of King Tut will be shown at the six months this year, Martin year on the Feast of the Porti- cisco. Lawrence Mallow, boy, July 22. All YLI members and their Robert Shefcheck, girl, July 28. Seattle Art Museum from August 2 through Septem- Requiem Mass for Mother G. Joh-nson, executive direct- uncula, or Our Lady of Angels, bet 2, featuring gold jewelry, amulets, objects of ale- Josephine, M.S.C., 73, was said or, has announced, which is observed August 2. friends are invited. Mrs. Car- SEAT'rLE- Providence lto,- July 24 in the chapel of St. The Millionair Club Charity's Persons making a visit to any roll, Mrs. Denny. Vena and toPltalMr.rep°rtSand Mrs.:the following births baster, pro-Christian deities :::q:?;i::::i::::?:: :: Frances Cabrini Hospital where and other items from the rich- semi-awmal report also shows church under the care of the Miss Cecilia Radman are co- vincent Apllado. girl, July :[7. Mother had served 28 years. that 2,879 persons were assist- Franciscan Fathers may gain chairmen. Michael Gurley, boy, July 18. est archeological find ever John Allen, gli:l, July 18. made. "::: Mother Josephine was born in ed in finding employment; 2,- plenary indulgence from noon Annunciation District, Holy Jerome Rose, girl, July 19. 648 parcels of clothing were Wednesday, August 1, through Name Society--The eighth an- Mark Clemen, girl, July 19 The loan exhibition from the Italy and came here in 1934. Charles DeRosier. girl. July 20. Department of Antiquities of She worked in food services at distributedand 106 unitsSinCeoftastbloodJanuarY'were ThursdaY,in the SeattleAUgust 2Archdiocese,(midnight). nual picnic will be held Sunday, ClarenceArthur Griffin,Bruce, girl,girl, JulYJuly20.21. the United Arab Republic is iii!!:i!i!!ii:iii:i:i:i:i the hospital. given to persons in need. three parishes are conducted santos DIPasquale. boy, July 2!. sponsored by the American As- ::::::::::::::::::: .... Mother is survived by a sis- 9i O Allen Sheltren, girl, July 21. sociation of Museums and cir- !:::z::::::::i;::i: ter in Milan, Italy. Burial was The charity's headquarters by the Franciscan Fathers: St. Le n Devotions Patrick Boyle, boy, July 21. is at 2515 Western Ave. George and Our Lady of Lour- +hed I Donald Rainwater, irl, July 21. culated by the Smithsonian In. !: a! Calvary under the direction S C Alfred Benz, girl, Jul.v 9.1. stitution. The collection has of Manning & Sons Mortuary. ,...-=m====.-- ........ i des in Seattle and St. Francis e÷ Af a r Marvin Rice, girl, July 22. a a Mission, Cowlitz Prairie. Members of the Legion of John Brenna, girl, July 23. never before been allowed out ; Come to Our, The Most Reverend Archbish- Mary will participate in devo- CItEHALIS----St. ltelen's Uos- of Carlo before. Sis÷ers pltal r e t s the following Accompanying the treasures fAlUIM [ op Thomas A. Connolly has ex-tions Saturday, August 4, from births torr and Mrs.: is an exhibit of photographs of Will Di | a tended the privilege to include 7 to 9:30 p. m. in Our Lady Richard J. Kemp, boy, July 14. ancient Egyptian temples on the SCUSS jMLiiVl,   St. James Cathedral, Blessed Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Harold E. Ford, boy, July 19. Nile to be saved before the | | Sacrament and Assumption, So- Our Mother of Sorrows Prae- TACOMA -- St. Joseph's Has- completion of the Aswan Dam. Spirifuali÷y II ' BAKE [ attic; Perpetual Help, Everett; SISTER MAGDALENE /' e Assumption, Bellingham; St. sidium of the St. Peter Claver pital reports the following" birth8 Objects from the Tutankhamun to Mr. and Mrs.: PORTLAND--"The Develop- Interracial Center will be in Sherman Wilson, boy. July 6. tomb date from about 1351-1343 I a Leo, Tacoma: St. James, Van- B.C. meat of Christian Maturity in CHEHALIS -- Sister Mary "w I [ couver; SS. Aegidius and Mary, charge. The devotions are held Sidney Waring, girl, July 8. and through the Religious M a g d a 1 e n e, O.P., will be on the first Saturday of each James Sallow, boy, July 9. Discovery of the ancient a a Aberdeen, and St. Michael, month in answer to requests John Hlles, girl July 11. tomb of the young Pharaoh, : ....... Life," will be the theme of the honored at a tea .Sunday, July a Olympia. Ketaneth Elmore. girl. July 11. third annual Sisters' Confer- 29, from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. • SUNDAY,  of Our Lady of Fatima for Gerald Foss, boy, July 12 who died at about the age of : : .... | n duly 29 a As many indulgences may be prayers of reparation and de- Georgecllfton LandleS,Eikum. boylbOy'July'JUlY13.13" 18, and who owes his fame ence on Spirituality at the Uni- Helen Hospital in observance of a gained as visits are made votion, orval McElrath, boy, July 13. solely to the vast wealth of versity of Portland, August 8- her golden jubilee as a mem- I I ' " i 1 to 5:30 p.m. s under the usual conditions: con- Louis Co]ombraro. boy, July 14. l|. I his entombment, was made in bur of the Dominican Order. Dock÷on Coun+y Park [ russian and Communion (once-- U.$. Film Clted Louis Fix, boy, July 14. The Rev. Roland Simonitsch, • ]ames Tevls, girl. July 15. 1922. The world was stag- Sister Magdalene came to the preceding or following SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain (NC) Robert Genske, girl, July 15. gored by the phenomenal C.S.C., head of the religion de- this country from Donegal, Ire-,,k I[ Vashon-Maury$4 per indivlduallSlandfamily  weekend will do); visit to one --A U.S. film, "The Miracle LaVernejames Sattler,Milek'girl,girLjuly'JUlY16.16' riches stored there, and both partment at the university and land, in 1906 and later enterel | $1.50 per individual  of the above churches and with Worker," received the award Thomas Mitchell, hay, July 17. scholarly and secular curios- director of the conference, an- the community where she c0m- 1 each visit recitation of six Our of the International Catholic JerryD°naldjardlne.Nels°n'glrl,girl'JulyJUly:[8.18. icy about its history has,not nounced that 350 Sisters, rep- pleted her nurses' training. | Sponsored by Men o[ the St.  Fathers, six Hail Marys and six Office of Motion Pictures at the Robert Warren, girl, July 18, flagged since, resenting 52 different religious Sister has been stationed at | Patrick Holy Name Society v Glory Be to the Fathers for the 10th international film festival MarvinEarl SalcldO,Hastings,boy, glrl,JUlYJuly19' 22. Some of the pieces, including communities a n d provinces St. Helen Hospital since 1923. =,,=,=,,,.=,, intentions of the Holy Father. here. Daniel CtlaJnowski, boy, Jdly 23. a gold collar and dagger and have registered. The public is Cordially invited sheath were found on the mum- The lecturers will be Rev. to attend the tea. S & my itself. Most lavish item is a Ch-rbs J. Corcoran, O.P., pro- We Have Them! We Have Them! We Have Them! We Have There! miniature golden mummy case lessor of psychology at the bearing the dead king's like .... :?:: Dominican House of Studies, Calleqe Girls S,&H TOUR  TOUR S &H TOUR S &H TOUR ness. River Forest, Ill.;Rev. Cyril Aidinq Ounc'l F. Meyer, C.M., professor of MANILA (NC)--The girls GUIDES GUIDES GUIDES GUIDES Admission for the show is 50 ..... !i philosophy and homiletics at Assumption Convent's college • • • • • • • cents with children under 12 ::::: :-: A     admitted free, if accompanied :%:::::]:i::; .... - Mary Immaculate Seminary, department are engaged in wel-New York, and James L. fare work at hospitals, orphan- t FARMER'S :: Bell & Eaton * Waif's Ken's .... - . . by adults. Special hours are GOLD WALKING STICK, Hayes, dean of the school of ages and among needy families from 10 ann. to 10 p.m. Tues- from the Treasures of King business administration, Du- as an act of preparation for the Shell Service Richfield Sent. Shell Service Shell Service days through Saturdays, and 7100 Empiro 400 N.E. 4Sth 7701-3Mh S.W. 15001 Bothell from noon to 10 p.m. Sundays Tut exhibit will be featured quesne University. coming Second Vatican Council. Way So. + WE. 2.9736 Way N.E. PA 2.9625 ME. 2.991S [(IEENE |M. 2.9940 and Mondays. at the Seattle Art Museum Servia, Our Acti iti Cal da Serving Servinq Blessed Lady of Serv|nq August 2 through Septem. s. u,', s,,m,,* ud.,. st. U,,k', ber 2. The exhibit is circu- V es en r Perish Parish P,rish Perish 'Fashions At lated in this country by the Longacre$' Set Smithsonian Institute. M aJ or events sponsored by Catholic organiza- "Fashions and Luncheon at Uons are listed here. The purpose of the calendar hi We Have Them! Longac'es" will be the theme Comedy Held to aid in avoiding conflict of dates in scheduling of the'Western Washington events. Listings should be sent to The Progress in S & H TOUR Chapter of the Arthritis and Over Th|s writing. : ............ : .............. GUIDES ._ :- . !, !::il;iiii::ii':i !i! Rheumatism Foundation s third Weekend August 19, 1962 =- Auxiliary. November 17, 1962--Oid Time annual charity event Wednes- of Sisters of St. Joseph Fashion Harvest Dance sponsored by,ll  The Countryside Players pro- Show. American Legioia Hall, the St. Joseph Ladies Guild in Village : iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!i:ii R0ss & B0b's .... =: ...... : :- dew, August 1, at the race duction of "George Washing- Seattle. the social hall. track. 'N  ton Slept HerU' has been held September 16, i962 -- St, Jo- November 27, 1962 -- O'Dea Shell Richfield The program begins at 11 over one more weekend, seph annual reception and tea Mothers Club luncheon and 01 "2St :L: 1 7S3 1 5t  N " [" &,vs. N.|. EM. 2-9946 a.m. The comedy, playing at the in the parish social hall. card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Jo- Servinq Blessed ..... : Sacrnmenf and :::":. Sr,i, Mrs. Charles M, Carroll of Barnyard Theatre, S.E. 216th September 20, 1962--St. John seph hall. Junior mothers has- Assumlotion ' ::: j ;::: :.:...:i,...f ........ JL Luke's rrlsh. St. Mary Parish,  attle, is St. and 132nd Ave S.E.. drew Parish Sanctuary Society fall tosses. • / i ri,  ......  ..... honorary chairman. Among the turn-away crowds this past luncheon and card p a r t y, December 7, 1962 -- C a r d • weekend and will presented to- 12:30 p.m. in the school hall. party at 8 p.m. in the school i .... !:; ii committee are other Catholics, night, Saturday and Sunday October 16, 1962--Association t , .... including Mrs. Donald Furse, evenings at 8:45. hall of Christ the King Parisb We Have Theml We Have Them! the Foundation's T a c am a The theater is an arena-type for Catholic Childhood, Fan- sponsored by Morning Staf with the stage in the middle tasy Fair, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Guild. FREE! I S & H branch executive secretary, 1311l•  and the audience sitting on hay Nnrway Center, 300 3rd W. December 12, 1962 -- O'Dea • U TOUR . TOUR and Mrs. David Holcombe, bales on four sides. October 16, 1962 -- O'D e a Mothers Club Christmas Party n•, GUIDES ? • • GUIDES Mrs. Phillip R. Mclntosh and Includedin the castare Dave Mothers Club luncheon and honoring the teachers at 8 TOUR GUIDE Mrs. Blaine Anderson, all of and Bonnie Butler, Peter Lock- card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Jo- p.m. in the high school. [NC0 Reimer's Seattle. wood, Dan C o u 1 t e r, Karen seph hall. Senior mothers hos-  Haynes, Patti Meyers, Brian tesses. December 13, 1962--Christmas Aut0mrine BOOKS ! Texaco So,. ' ' Randolph and Kathy McElmeel. October 27, 1962--Dance at Tea and Gift Sale, St. Joseph Servlce .... .o2 Roosevelt For further information and Fort Lawton sponsored by Guild in the social hall of the 12559Way BothellN.E. Where You See This Sign LA.'2-,,,0"' EVERETI' reservations call UL 2-3386. Queen of Peace Guild, Christ narish. |M, 2.9906 Servinq Blssod the King Parish. January 19, 1963 -- • Serving St. Sacrern.nt MAY WE SERVE YOU? ,t,h.w. November 3, 1962--Rummage daughter luncheon and style / llpe  hall of Christ the King Parish. ii ,. Service for ,11 of your November 3-4, 1962 -- Mount We Have Theml laundry ne,ds. November 4, 1962 -- The card p; I I 3 dw cleanlng .rid shir) Virgin Parish Bazaar. Mothers / i) liP O H TOUR VALETOR CLEANERS & sixth annual dinner for the more r benefit of the Carmelite Nuns Febr $ H • [1• GUIDES SIIIRT SERVICE will be held at. the Seattle Un- uild p AL. 9-6116 rand & WII iversity Student Union bulid- on ing at 6:30 p.m. Marci I FRED'S  November 13. 1962 -- Fall sale b) I Shell Service  1[Jel/u I fashion show sponsored by the I 11011 Bothell ud **  BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES sodality of Christ the Kin g Guild c I WaY N. g. ][i--- "   ] ish, all I LA. 2.9421 [rAl 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 Parish, 8 p.m., school hall. I S*rvln St. I November 14, 1962 -- O'Dea A p r I Cath*rina's  LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA Mothers Club memorial Mass, Mother! card p 1 p,m NEW AND USED APPLIANCES II a.m. in St. James Cathe- men m dral. April We Have Them! We Have Them! GRIFFIN-GA BRAITH A D HARDY'S by the  I S & fl TOUR I !i iP" U TOUR R KingP • , 00umts n, 00UiD00S FUEL OIL SE VICE COMPANY F OnhourEaa 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA IAN LAING IdALCOLId$ON noon. I Johns & Son  I Bill & Joe's  J..o..nd llvomitl April I S00e,, I . 00kh.e,d MA. 7-3151 Ue/'chan*s Guildsp°ns°* i aloo Bohell -IU E   I 2260.Ist Avs. $.   [ FINE WATCHES Parish. I , z-gas  | u&`. 2.97sz  Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service @LASSWARE May 1 Servln Our  ......  at less "cost. , , , 1 Serving St.  ...' day of ' i LadYLaka Of Pari:hth  I James Cathedral  $11 MA.Pine 24033St" Seattle I ,;,h Mark Dolli,er, President Parish.dality of school hall, noon. January 22, 1963 -- 0 ' D e a Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m: Sopho- more mothers hostesses. February 21, 1963--St. Jose uild party in the parish March 9; 1963--Annual hat sale by Blessed Virgin Mary Guild of Christ the King Par- ish, all day in the school hall. April 17, 1963--O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon andl card party 12:30 p.m. Fresh men mothers hostesses. April 17, 1963--Spring •style show and luncheon sponsored by the sodality of Christ the King Parish in the Elks Lodge Eastlake Avenue. Social hour at 11 a.m. Luncheon at April 27, 1963 -- Plant sponsored by Queen of Angels Guild of Christ the King May 4. 1963 -- Luncheon and day of recollection for the so- Christ the King