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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Aucusf 2, 1%3 :1 '1 THE miSsIOnS nRounD us UST recently I had a very wonderful opportunity of going up north a few miles into the islands of our great Northwest, into the islands of Canada and the coastal waters of Vancouver and the mainland along the gulf shore. It was indeed a beautiful and a vast, rugged, wild coun- try. But everywhere you went you would find little settlements of people and in everyone of those settlements of people there were Catholics. Catholics who many times have not had the opportunity of having a priest there for days, months or years. It really is shocking to think that only a few miles away from us--you and me here in our town--Catholics must go without the Blessed Eueharist, and go without the Sacraments, because of the lack of priests and the remoteness of their little towns. It was indeed a joy to be able to say Mass in some of these places and to see the honest and sincere appreciation of the people who attended. So many times when we think of missions and missionary activity, we thing of remote lands. I am sure that even here in our own country there is much missionary work to be done. It is important from time to time to remember and to recall to our mind how fortunate we are--how God has blessed us with the opportunities that we have. It is important to make sure that we appreciate and show gratitude for these blessings. The best way you can show appreciation for anything is to use it (of course, and then to remember the missionary needs, not only the missions in the remote lands but the im- Society for The Propagation of the Faith Roy. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4MA. 2.8880 mediate mission needs of the Church. It is also important to pray for those needs because we all know how powerful prayer is.) On the other hand, it would be a mistake for us to say that "Let's take care of our own needs first and then after we are all done and have all the priests we need in schools and churches, then we will wol:ry about the foreign missions." I don't think it would take anybody very long to see that this would surely be an unCatholic and unmissionary attitude for anyone to adopt. An interesting little sidelight on this very subject was brought to my attention recently when a good Father from Ja- pan was visiting in my office. He toid me how they had a fine tradition in their little missionary church of celebrating Mission Sunday--even taking up a collection to be sent to the Propagation of the Faith. He expressed his firm belief that it was the desire of the people to help those who were not as fortunate as they and here these very people were living in what you might call a primi- tive mission area. It shows a tremendous spirit. As far as Ja- pan is concerned maybe thi/ spirit ha s helped develop the tre- mendous percentage of vocations that they have. One out of every 800 Catholics is following a religious vocation. These happen to be some of the thoughts that floated through my mind as I returned to my desk from the wide, wonderful country that God has given us. I know that they made me say a little extra prayer for the missions and I hope that when you think them over they will help you to say an extra prayer or to add something extra for the mi,sions to help spread this won- derful gift that God gave us and that we didn't deserve what- soever. Congratulations to the schools of the Archdiocese who take such an active part in the Holy Childhood program by ransom- ing pagan babies. The following schools are dn the "Annals" honor roll: .... Immaculate Conception, Mt. Vernon. ,.... 3 babies Our Lady of Good Help, Hoquiam..!..... 17 babies Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancouver ........ 24 babies Sacred Heart Villa, Seattle ............... . 23 babies St. Philomena, Des Moines ............... 10 babies St. Anthony, Renton ... ................... 41 babies St. Teresa, Seattle ... .................... 30 babies St. Benedict's, Seattle ................... 6 babies All Saints, Puyallup ....................... 21 babies St. Rose, Longview ...................... 9 babies Assumption, Seattle ...................... 9 babies St. Patrick's, Tacoma .................... 6 babies Holy Rosary, Seattle ........ . 12 babies Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 4, Wash. FU N E. ItAL DIRECTORS 1634 11th Avenue , EAst 2.7484 one block north of pine street Benefit Tea At Visitation Set OFFICERS of the Visitation Retreat Auxiliary gather to discuss plans for the benefit garden tea to be held at the Visitation Retreat House Wednesday, August 14, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. The officers are (from the left) Mes- dames M. A. Jacobson, secretary; F. B. Curtis, treasurer; J. E. Jenkins, president; and Bruno Minardi, vice-president. They will be hostesses. Mrs. Eleanor Zapallo will decorate the tea tables. (Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. Linnane Bryan Linnanes Mark Anniversary America and director of the board for the Northern Pacific Veterans Association. He is a member of the In observance of their golden wedding anniver- sary August 11 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. (Barney) Lin- nane of 303 N.W. 70th St. will Knights of Columbus, the repeat their wedding vows at Irish American Club and the the noon Mass that day, at St. St. John'sAthletic Associa- John's, the parish they have tion. For many years Mr. been active in since its found- Linnan'e managed and coach- ing. ed commercial league base- The couple will cnlebrate ball teams in Seattle's north. their anniversary August 10 end. at an open house at the The couple has four chil- home of their daughter, Mrs. dren, all living in Seattle. Be- Alvin Jacobsen, a00S 8th sides Mrs. Jacobsen there is Ave. W. Lawrence Linnane, Mrs. James Mr. Linnane, a native of Federspiel and Mrs. Max Sar- Jackson, Mich., moved to chest. There are 10 grand- Tacoma with his family in children and one great-grand- 1901. He attended Holy Rosary child, all of whom will join School there. His wife, the in the ,celebration of this active former Stella Harrington, was couple s 5 0 t h wedding an, born,in St.,Louis and moved niversary. to Aberdeen with her mother in 1900. She attended St. Mary's Academy in Aberdeen BIRTHS and in 1907 she moved to BELLINGHAM -- St. Joseph General Tacoma where she attended Hospital reports the following births Aquinas Academy. to Mr. and Mrs.: Richard Olson, girl, July 20. The couple met in Tacoma Reuben Fuenles, girl, July 21. Vernon Hoskln, girl, July 22. and were married August 11, Francis Weiser, boy, July 24. 1913. They moved to Seattle a Denny Lee Florence, girl, July 26. year later and have lived in EVERETT- Providence Hospital re-. their present home the past parts the following births to Mr. and 45 years. Mrs.: Don AAotyas, girl, July 10. Prior to his retirement last September, Mr. Linnane was employed as a railroad yard- master for the Northern Pacific. He was active many years in various railroad brotherhood organizations with his wife a member of the women's auxiliaries. An active Senior Citizen Mr. Linnane is presently seeretary - treasurer of the R a i I r o a d Yardmasters of I OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTIN@ OPPICE PURNtTURE 116 SeN4 9reet MAi 2.1440 TRICK & MURRAY Lake City Area Shop A* Your Friendly IGA FOOBLINER 145th & Bothell Way Daniel Burgess, girl, July 16. David Hawkins, girl, July 17. James Burke, girl, July 18. Daniel Schaller, girl, July 19. Floyd Helm, boy, July 19. SEATTLE-- Providence Hospital re. ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Ronald Kokesh, girl, July 13. David Hamilton, boy, July 16. Edward Logan Jr., boy, July 16. Angelo Borracchlni, boy, July 17. Larry Clnypool, boy, July 17. James Laughter, girl, July 17. WIIIlam Russell, girl, July 17. Alex Jnncewicz, glrl; July 17. Anton Skraba, girl, July 18. Robert C, uinasso, girl, July 18. Frederick Brown,. girl, July 19. Joseph Pollard, glrb July 19. Bernard Baratto, girl, July 19. Harlnn Breitkreutz, girl, July 20. Thousan 00u.s who seek " \\;  PERFECT Y '."" FITTING & /'..._\\; COMPLETE COMFOR' are not satisfied with any other shoes. Sensibly made with sensible low heels, "America's Most Attractive Shoes for Comfort" offer ou the maximum in quality, all-over fit, service. The shoe that you buy, Sister, is made over the last proper for your foot! We also carry the Wodd Famous Dr. LoHee Shoes PAULC0 SHOES INC. 1111 BROADWAY, TACOMA Ill Social Events Set By Parish Groups Bellevue or Aberdeen; Rose Mary Biles, Sacred Heart Parish--An au- Vera Granger, Daniel Jordan, Delia Thaden, all of Tacoma, thentie luau planned by Samoan William Patrick and Maxine natives is scheduled by St. MacKenzie of Seattle; Barbara Theresa Guild of the parish O'Connell of Kent and Denys Saturday evening, August 10, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Kirsch of Wenatchee. Combs. Seattle lVluu-muus and casual clothes Serra Club--Members of the will be worn and a suckling pig club and their guests will leave will be roasted. A fire dance, moori, Tahitian, Samoan Siva Pier 56 Saturday, August 17, for and Hawaiian hula will be per- a moonlight cruise to Kiana formed. Lodge and a potlatch salmon The donation is $5 per person barbecue. The cruise will leave the dock and tickets may be obtained by calling Barbara Phillips, GL4- at 5:30 p.m. returning at 11:30. 8590; Kathy Baillie, GL4-6793. There will be refreshments and Mary Conrad, GL4-5116 or canapes on beard. The boat, the Shannon Fish, GL 4-1147. Harbor Tourist, will cross Pu- get Sound around the north end Federal Way of Bainbridge Island and go through Agate Pass to Kiana St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Lodge located on the tip of A ham dinner will be held at the Olympic Peninsula. I Tickets are $8.75 per person and reservations may be made by calling Charles Higgins at MA 4-1234, ext. 514, or Frank Vaculin, MA 4-1234, ext. 612. Holy Name Society -- Final ;.,. . plans for attendance of dele- gates at the eighth quadrennial North American convention in Buffalo August 21-25 will be dis-   cussed Thursday, August 8, in St. Cabrini Hospital by the Archdiocesan Union's cabinet. The meeting will begin with dinner at 6 p.m. Lou Brislawn will also review the annual archdiocesan con- the home of Miss Lillian Porter vention, scheduled September Saturday, August 3, from 5:30 14-15. to 7:30 p.m. Members and friends of the parish are in- 1'001110 vited. Young Ladies Institute--Ta- The price is $1 for adults, 50 homo Institute will hold its an- cents for children and children nual picnic Wednesday evening, under five free. A card party August 7, beginning at 6:30 at will follow dinner. Wapato Park. Miss Irene Gau- dette is chairman and the sup- Olympia per will be potluck. St. Martin's--The Seventh An- Vancouver nual Oblate Sunday held recent- Knights of Columbus--James ly here attracted well over 100 Gallagher has been elected Benedictine Oblates and their grand knight of St. Joseph's families to the Abbey. Council. In the afternoon 21 candidates Others elected are Bob Rem- were invested as novices and ington, Cliff Freeman, Bill Far- nine made their final oblations rell, Frank Hodgson, Frank after having studied the way of Yonek, Dave Price, Roger Mc- the Oblates for over a year. Quire, Larry Klaman, Bob Those who made the final obla- Tony, Elroy Kinnunen, Herb tions were: Salvatore Kovach Westby and Robert Bender. HUGESUMMER BOOK SALE IDEAL VACATION READING 25 ,o SO of00f KAUFER CO. 4th at Stewarfi MA. 2-4173 SEATTLE--TACOMAISPOKANEIPORTLAND YOUR LEADING CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW 9th & Olive iMU 2-5898 4716 University Way N.E.LA 4-4100 , In Tacoma: 1302 Tacoma Ave. So.BR 2-8215 A-L-U-M-I.N.U.M WINDOW & GLASS CO. 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