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6THE, ,,, , ,,PROGRESS, , Friday, Au,cjusf 7, 1964 Another prize.winning Chancellor float THIS 1964 Seafair parade float version of the Chancellor is equipped with 100 lights and is 52 feet long, 12 feet wide Club joins a list of previous prize-winning entries with the above winning a plaque for second-place in Section A's non.commercial division of Saturday's Grande Seafair Parade. Theme is "Northwest Heritage" and depicts church history from the missionary period to the present. Crews since March donated 4,000 man.hours for construction and decoration of 35,000 hand.made white paper carnations. It and as high. Float chair=nan is Ed Montry. Riding atop the float Monday in the East Union-East Madison Mardi Gras Parade was Fay Sweeder as a Providence Sister, John Schram as a missionary priest, Anne Guttermson and Susan and Ronald Ancheta. The float will still be seen this Friday in the Greenwood District Panide and this Saturday in the downtown Torchlight Parade. SCHOLASTIC RODEO 'Guard our golden memories' By Stevle Scott CYO amp correspondent CYO CAMP BLANCHET-- Another session has come to an end and will now be entered into the book of "golden memories." It is certain that the campers will long remember the excite- ment felt on Playday when the Jolly Green Giants, led by Miss Beth Waltz, defeated the Ave- yo-yos, under Miss Betsy Wid- den's command, by a mere seven points. The Ave-yo-yos took an early lead in the swim- ming events but failed to retain it in the field activities. Honor camper session was P e g g y Fawthrep, 15, who lives at 931 20th Ave. E. in St. Joseph's Parish, Seattle. Other honor c  m p e r s in- cluded: Mary Devane, Rite Smith, Janet Petschl, Carol Ashwell, Wendy Seabeck, Denise Male- rich. Diane Bonciolini, Sue Coleman, Nancy DeFuria and Kathy Harrison. New members of the Order of the Cross are Mary Mandt, Nancy Fawthrop, Diane Bon- eiolini, Susan Coleman, Mar- cia Fort, Mary Jo Small and Mary Harvey. St. John's scouts journey Scholarship fund for Negroes launched Jn,o Olympics A party of 10 senior scouts from St. John's Boy Scout A 20-man committee of local residents have est- ablished a Negro Schol- re'ship Fund for Seattle high school graduates. It proposes to raise $4,000 to put 15 Negro students in college or in Edison Technical School this fail 'Two of the scholarship win- ners have been accepted at Seattle University. Each stu- dent will receive a $300 schob arship from the Fund. The balance of their tuition at the University will be underwrit- ten by the School at the direc- tion of Very Rev. A. A. Le- mieux, S.J., president. The two scholarship winners are DeVerne Adams and Don Hewitt. Contributions to the F u n d, which are tax deductible, can be mailed to the Urban League, Lowman ,Building, Seattle .... O St. Qabrini lists fresh scholars Three Catholic freshmen stu- dents have received scholar- ships toward their junior year at St. Cabrini Hospital School of Nursing. They are Tacomans Theda Chapman and Anne LeVeque and JoAnn Zugel of Spokane. Theda, a member of Taco- ma's Sacred Heart Parish, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Chapman, 502 E. Wright St. Anne, an Aquinas High School graduate, is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic F. LeVeque, 1724 N. Steele St. in St. Patrick's Parisb. i JoAnn is a graduate of Mary- cliff High School and the daugh' tar of Mr. and Mrs. ffohn Zu- gel, 1421 W. 16th St., Spokane. ?. Scholarsh,p to Tacoma SPOKANE -- Kathy Lundahl, senior biology major at Fort Wright College of the Holy Names here, has been awarded a $200 scholarship from the Wash- ington State Medical Tech- nology Scholar- ship Fund. Tbe graduate of SL Loo's KATHY High School in LUNDAHL Tacoma is pres- ident of the 1965 senior class, Sodality leadership director and SPURS advisor. She had served as a labor- atory assistant in the college's In.Service Institute for Second- ary Teachers of science, and Mathematics. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Landahl, 4824 S. I St. in H o I y Rosary Parish, Ta, coma. 0 Nuns finish at Mundelein CHICAGO, lll.--Two Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Vir- gin Mary from Seattle have completed courses at Munde. lein College here. Sister M a r y Bernita Carr, B.V.M., has been awarded a bachelor of arts degree. Among 83 in the college's summer commencement r o s t e r, sle is' an English major. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 3. Carr, lime Evanston Ave. N. in Se- attle's Christ the King Parish. The 1958 Blanchet High School graduate will join the faculty of Our Lady of Peace High School in St. Paul, Minn., next September. Sister Mary Emerentia, B.V.M., a teacher at Blanchet, has been awarded the col. lege's Religious Education Cer- tificate after completing t he college's Religious Education Program. She was among 11 graduates of the six-week pro- gram designed to provide in- service training in contemp- orary theology and modern catachetics for religion teach- ers in elementary and second- ary schools. O Holy Angels grad at Walter Reed MARIE 1". MILLET Marie Therese Millet, 1964 graduate of Holy Angels High School is the only Seattle girl selected by the Surgeon Gen- eral, United States Army, to participate in the first class of the recently established Wal- ter Reed Institute of Nursing program. Salutatorian of her high school class, Marie delivered the salutatory address at this year's Catholic high school commencement exercises. She was student body president at Holy Angels, Queen of the Sen- ior Ball and a member of the debate team. She has done vol- unteer work at Providence Hospital. Marie is the daughter of Col- onel (USA-rat.) and Mrs. Steph- an J. Millet of St. Joseph's  Parish. O Benedictines end summer classes SPOKANE -- Sister Othmar and Sister Mary Helen, teach- ers at St. Placid High School, Olympia have completed the summer session at Fort Wright College. Nearly 50 were enrolled for summer classes at the Spo- kane college for women, in- cluding many parochial school teachers from northwest states. O Blanches teacher wins master's ST. PAUL, Minn.--Jerome G. Riedinger. B I a n c h e t High School faculty member in Se- attle, has been awarded a mas- ter's degree in education by the College of St. Thomas here. The Mandan, N. D., native, a graduate of St. John's Uni- versity, Collegeville, M i n n., taught at Seattle's Holy Names Academy for one year before joining the Blanches faculty three years ago. He teaches biology and is assistant foot- ball, basketball and baseball coach. He is'the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Riedinger, 815 W. Nickerson St. in St. Margar- et's Parish, Seattle. O Bellarmine-Gonzaga teacher lectures  A Bellarmine H i g h School teacher and member of Gon- zaga University's summer fac- ulty Saturday will deliver a paper 'at the ninth annual Pa- cific Northwest Writers Con- ference in BeUingham. Mr. Donald W. Moncrieff, S.J., will discuss "In Praise of Poetic Horizons" at Western Washington State College. A native of Boston, Mr. Mon- crieff is a graduate with a mas- ter's degree in philosophy from Gonzaga and has studied at the New England Conservatory of Music and Seattle Univers- ity. He is a lecturer in philo- sophy at Gonzaga's summer session in 1963 and 1964. Catholic alums bound for national meeting A group of 20 mem- bers of ,the Seattle Cath- olic Alumni Club, headed by its president, Howard Bo- sanko, will attend the national convention of Catholic Alumni Clubs, to be held at Squaw Valley, Calif., August 17-22. Pat Hogan is in charge of local arrangements for those wanting to attend the annual conclave which is held in vari- ous parts of the nation. Both Bosanko and Northwest regional vice - president Dick Holm, also of Seattle, are grat- ified with the sizeable munber of Seattle club members plan- ning to attend the national convention. "We are elated by the num- ber of people who will rep- resent our dub at the con- eooeeooonoeooooeoooegJ : Earl Spangler : @ KIRSCH PHARMACY Top of Ravenna Hill Specializing in Prescriptions W. E. Kitsch LA, 2-8311 3428 N.E. SSth Seattle :_LL_: ........... : II1[' PINE ' :',!ii. q , Our Lady ,i: Hew, & Used Cars & Trucks We Salesmen ere proud of the way oar Company ;takes ca' Of its customers. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET ., ,43. I [A, 2.,:47 vention. This is probably the only time that we will have a national convention in the West for a number of years," Bosanko said. The San Francisco Chapter of the CAC will serve as host for the conclave. Bosanko said he has been advised that the San Francisco group plans to i LIFE HEALTH e e iM GROUP e e e e!: FAMILY i:i;:. I NCOME e e iM-'*": MORTGAGE provide shuttle service between San Francisco and Squaw Val- ,"We in the SeeHle Archdioaesvl ehave been extremely blessed to. e lay, former site for the U.S. e-have had the Most Reverend Winter Olympics. Thomas A. Connolly as oure Activities will include cock- eshepherd and spiritual adviser, e- tail parties, hayrides, tennis, -'We look forward to hevina his; golf, fishing, dancing, ice skat- gulding hand for many ;noreo ing, guest speakers, confer- :years." e e ences, discussion groups, eAgem for scenic tours, and special out- : BUSINESS MEN'S : Troop went into the Olympics for the troop's first long hike. Led by major seminarian Bill Crisman. the group jour- neyed from the D o s e w a Ili p Ranger Station to Anderson Pass, Enchanted Valley and the Grave Creek Ranger Sta- tion. Hikers i n c l u d e d Rainier Burgdoerfer, Richard Dicker- son, Greg Miles, Tom Mitchell, Tom Murray. Williard North- cutt, Donald Parda, Tom Riot- dan, Gary Schaeffer and Den- nis Scott. Hike organizers were Donald Dickerson and Frank P. Murray. Seminarians Learn Samba RIO DE JANEIRO (NC) -- Brazilian seminarians are tak- ing lessons in samba dancing. the purpose of this unusual training is to acquaint the future priests with the ele- ments of folk music so that they can later make effective use of it in modern Brazilian Church music. RETAIN JUDGE WM F. LEVEQUE Judge Wm. F. LeVeque "Judge Wm. F. LeVeque, as you no doubt know, is a candidate for election o the CYO teens win diamond trophies THE CYO teen.age baseball and softball leagues are history with Assumption taking the hard-ball boys' title and the St. George's-St. Peter's combine taking the girls' softball championship. Assumption beat Our Lady of Guadalupe, 4.2. The Beacon Hill combo managed a close victory over the Assumption girls. Other softball finalists finished with Holy Family third and Immaculate fourth. Participating in the trophy presentations were (from left) George Dalton, Assumption boys' captain; Phil Arena, Assumption coach: Bob Schrader, Assumption manager; Howard M. Smith, teen baseball commis- sioner; Charlet Beef, St. George's.St. Peter's captain; and her coach, Bill Mandeiin. (Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib). ......  ,/ , ..... ..,:::::...!:..  ,. 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'ii!::!:; ................. ::ii ii::::i !:.iil !?iii First payment on Seahurst pledge A CHECK for $200, the initial payment toward the $1,000 pledge for a new baptismal font at St. Francis of Assisi's Church was recently presented by the Seahurst parish CYO Teen Club to Father William G. Quick, Pastor. The CYO pledge covers a period of two years. At the presentation from left are Father John McMullan, parish priest youth di- rector, drive co.chairman Philip Borroughs, Mary Ellen Hemingway, president Doug Moreland, Father Quick, Dave Bernard and chairman Larry Rehmke. The teens raised the money through car washes, bake sales and dances. CYO Young Adults will wash A car wash, so says the CYO's Young Catholic Adult Bulletin: "Saturday, Aug. 8, at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Texaco Station on N.E. 45th Street in Univer- sity Village (next to the Car- nation Company). C o m e any time in your grubs and stay a any car couple of hours. Bring your car, the folks' car, the neigh- bors' cars, the girl friend's car, the boy friend's car, the old- lady-down-the-block's car, to be washed. Super service with a smile and a super clean car for $1 ($1.25 for white walls). Pro- ceeds go to the club treasury." ---BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD-- // Christian Charity to Every Corner of the Globe UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN MISSIONS CANDIDATES TRAINED AS: Infirmar;ans  Medical Technicians Pharmacists  Therapists  Secretaries WRITE: DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONS St. John of God Hospital Brookllne 46, Mass. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing Farming Tradns Social Work Clerical Work For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. ST BENEDICT SEATT]LE Please paste inside your phone book / save many cal/s to your Parish Rectory Pastor Rev. Francis McHugh O.M.I. 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