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€)Picnics, Parties, Dinners Set For Coming Weeks Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Our Mother of Perpetual Help Guild will sponsor a spaghetti inner Saturday, August 24, at :30 p.m. at the home of the Ronald Hammills, 29624 20th Ave. S. Reservations may be made by calling TA 4-2522, VE 9-0991 or TA 4-585fi. Contributions are needed for the Boy Scout rummage sale. Call TR 8-4794 or TR 8-4118 for pick-up. I Lynnwood St. Thomas More Parish--A "get acquainted" picnic for all arishioners, their friends and amilies will be held Sunday, eptember 1, at Lakeside Gar- dens, Lake Stickney, three miles north of Lyrmwood on Highway 99. Admission is $1 per adult with children free. Bring a picnic Coffee and ice cream will be free. Games, races, music and entertainment will be fea- tured. Renton Knights of Columbus -- An open meeting for all Knights, their ladies and friends will be held Tuesday, August 20, at 7:30 ).m. in the Renton Council Hall. It will be strictly informal with sport shirts and Bermuda shorts for the men and slacks for the ladies. A talk, "Could This Be You?" will be given by a Washington State trooper. Seattle Seattle 1917; or Mary Rakitnichan, GL 4-6589. The Chareso Club is an or- ganization for single Catholics 28 and over. The three-year-old group meets every two months at the Blessed Sacrament Par- ish library. Jubilee Club--A hayride orig- inating at Gold Creek Park in Woodinville will follow the reg- ular business meeting scheduled Thursday, August 22. Seattle University Alumni As- sociation-Timothy J. Harn Jr., first vice president, is un- opposed as candidate for presi- dent of the SU Alumni Associa- tion. The election of officers will take place at the annual picnic at Vasa Park on Lake Sammamish Sunday, August 25. Nace McHugh and Joseph McMurray are candidates for the first vice presidency. The picnic begins at noon and continues until dusk. Free ice cream will be supplied the youngsters and beverages will be available. Voting may be done at the picnic or by mail before then. Tacoma St. Rita Parish -- The next meeting of the St. Francis So- dality will be held Wednesday, August 21, at 8 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. R it a Silva and Mrs. Rachel Minnitti. Western Opera Company Slates 'La Boheme' For the first production of its 1963-64 season, Seattle's own Western Opera Company will present "La Boheme" at the Opera House October 3 and 4. This announcement was made by Mrs. Ernest Jensen, general manager, who said that negotiations are p r e s e n t I y under way to bring a major Metropolitan Opera singer to Seattle for the role of "Mimi". Confirmation will be made of this and other principal roles as soon as contracts are signed. Of important interest to CWV Meet Opens Tuesday Mary Fleming, Wash- ington State commander of the Catholic War Veterans. and Mary Rupprecht, state supply officer, will be delegates to the 28th annual Catholic War Veterans national convention to be held in Miami, Fla., August 20 through 25. Prinmpai topics to be dig- cussed at the convention will be the CWV's bid for a na- tional charter. Bills have been introduced to both the U. S. Senate and House of Repre- sentatives in regard to this. Co-sponsors of the Senate Bill are Senators Kenneth Keating of New York, Jacob Javits of New York and Thomas McIntyre of New Hampshire. Also due for further consid. eration will be the special in- surance offer to CWV members in good standing as outlined in the March issue of the CWV newspaper. The insurance will MARY FLEMING CWV Meet Delegate be a privilege extended to CWV members only. The convention will also see reports of progress in the fields of Americanism, Catholic Ac- tion, Leadership, Membership and Veterans Affairs as well as the selection of the board of officers to conduct business for the 1963-1964 year. Miss Fleming, t he first woman to hold the office of state commander, is a nurse anesthetist at Swedish Hos- pital, a member of St. Pat- rick Parish, and of Father Vincent Post No. 674. Miss Rupprecht, also a mem- ber of Father Vincent Post as well as St. Paul Parish is a nurse at the King County Cen- tral Blood Bank and is a re- serve officer in the 5Oth Gen- eral Hospital Reserve Unit. The two women will leave Au- gust 19 returning to Seattle the 25th. Activities Calendar August 18, 1963 --Dominican Mothers Club meeting at 2 p.m. at Rosary Heights. August 29, 1963 -- Dominican Mothers Club luncheon, 12:30 p.m., St. Alphonsus Parish hall. September IS, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club tea to welcome freshmen parents at St. James Cathedral hall. September 17, 1963--Domini- can Mothers Club annual card party, 12:30 p.m., Blessed Sac- rament Parish htall. September 17, 1963--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood quarterly tea, 12:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Albert C. Ohman, ll0O Shenandoah Dr. E. September 22, 1969-- Sacred Heart Parish, Enumclaw, tur- key dinner, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the parish hall. September 23, 1963--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood fash- ion show by Littler's, St. Fran- ces Cabrini Circle, Georgian October 1, 1963--Xavier Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Parish hall. October 16, 1963 -- Seattle University Art League lunch- eon, 12 noon, Seattle Tennis Club. October 15, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party 12:30 p,m., St. Joseph social hail. October 22, 1963 -- Catholic Daughters of America Seminar- ian Burse festival at the Amer- ican Legion Hall. October 27, 1963--St. Joseph Auxiliary dinner, Seattle Uni- versity. November 8, 1963 -- Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood me- morial Mass, 9:30 a.m., Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathed- ral. November 16, 1963--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood Fan- tasy Fair, Student Union Build- ing, Seattle University, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. November 19, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. January 6, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood sponsors opening night of "Sound of Mu- sic" Opera House. February 11, 1964 -- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. April 1, 1964 -- O'Dea Moth- ers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. April 7, 1964 -- Annual party of Mount St. Vincent Auxiliary at Spanish Ballroom, Olympic Hotel. May 2, 3, 1964---Catholic War Veterans state convention, Ta- coma. May 14, 1964----Association for Catholic Childhood May lunch- eon, 12:30 p.m., Georgian Room, Olympic Hotel. Brother To Pronounce Final Vows Lindros,_ Fr;clay, Aucj. 16, 1963 THE PROGRESS--9 Brother Marry Lindros, O.M. I., a member oI St. Benedict Parish, will pronounce his final vows as a Missionary Oblate of Mary Immaculate September 8. BROTHER LINDROS The ceremony is scheduled at the Oblate College of the South- west in San Antonio, Tex., where Brother Lindros is study- ing for the priesthood. A native of Seattle, he is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lindros. He has two sisters in Seattle, Mrs. Ann Wollaston and Miss Kor- ea Lindros. A graduate of Seattle Prep, he attended Willamette Univer- sity in Salem and ioined the Oblates in 1958 studying in Car- thage, Mo., and Lafayette, Calif. Two years later he entered Immaculate Heart of Mary Novitiate in Illinois and pro- nounced his first vows as an Oblate in 1961. He then spent two years at Our Lady of the Snows Scholasticate in Missis- sippi. There he earned his bachelor's degree in philoso- phy. Since that time he has studied theology at San An- tunio's Oblate College, a ma- jor seminary. Brother L i n d r o s received tonsure and the first two mi- nors of the priesthood last fall. He will be ordained in 1965. YLI Grand President On Visit Of Institutes Mrs. James Jackson of Mariette Institute, Grand President of the Young Ladies Institute, left Seattle Monday on an extended trip, visiting institutes in Oregon and California. There are 158 institutes with slightly over 16,000 members and Mrs. Jack- son will be visiting 135 of these during her term. At her first official visit at Queen Institute, Seattle, Au- gust 8, Mrs. Jackson stated her aim was 16,500 members and the establishment of sev. eral new institutes, hoping one could be organized in the Seattle area. Another aim, she stated, "is to increase the seminarian burse to $25,- 000 this year." Before leaving Seattle, Mrs. Jackson announced the appoint- ment of Miss Anne Moschetto of Mariette Institute as District Deputy for District No. 15 as well as the following institute deputies: Miss Cecilia Radman of Mariette Institute to Queen Institute; Mrs. Theresa Grei- ner of Yakima Institute to Tahema Institute; Mrs. Rose Palmer of Queen Institute to Everett Institute; Mrs. Irene Reynolds of Lorraine Insti- tute to Camerman Institute; Mrs. Lillian Bartram of Bishop Dougberty Institute to Yakima Institute; Mrs. Doro- thy Brae of St. Cecilia Insti- tute to Mariette Institute; Mrs. Lea Lorraine of St. Cecilia Institute to Lorraine Institute; Mrs. Alma Vetch of Camerman Institute to St. Cecilia Institute; Miss Saidie Foye of Tahoma Institute to Bishop Doughetry Institute. Many of Mrs. Jackson's Grand Institute committee ap- pointments include members of District No. 15 with Miss Vir- ginia Scancon, Queen Institute, as chairman of the Golden Jubilee Burse for Seminarians committee: Mrs. Lillian Young, Camerman Institute, chairman of the Legion of Decency and NODL committee; Mrs. Lena MRS. JAMES JACKSON Carroll, M a r i e t t e Institute, chairman of the Scrapbook committee; M r s. Margaret Kretchmer, Tahoma Institute, chairman of the Study Club committee; Mrs. Betty Martin, St. Cecilia Institute, area chair- man of the Organization com- mittee. Charese Club -- The annual beach party at the Meadowdale County Club, will be held Sat- urday, August 17, at 6 p.m. The evening activities will in- clude swimming, dancing, and supper. Meadowdale Country C I u b, 15309 Lunds Gulch Road, Ed- monds, may be reached from eattle, by driving north on U.S. 99 to 196th Street S.W., in Lynnwood. Turn left, drive to 7Bth West, turn right--follow signs to the Club. For reservations and trans- portation, call Paul Savage, chairman, at EA3-2613; Kay Kuhn, EA 3-2379; Peter Belan- ich, AT2-8754; Connie Leahy, EA 3-8207; Irene Welch, ME 2- COMPLETE COMFOR1 are not ,fisfied with any othe: shoes. ,iblT made with sensible low heels, "America's Most Attractive Shoes for Comfort" offer you the maximum in quality, all-over fit, service. The shoe that you buy, Sister, is made over the last proper for you foot! We also carry the lVorld Famous Dr. Locke Shoes PAULCO SHOES INC. 1111 BROADWAY, TACOMA Seattle's large body of music Room, Olympic Hotel, 12 noon. and opera lovers is the sign- ing of Herbert Weiskopf to con- duct t h e season's opening Your best bet for sports and opera, for his first appearance CYO news of significance is in in this city. The Progress. BIRTHS " EELLINGHAM -- St, Joseph Genera4 Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Oliver Miller, girl, August 7. William Washtngton, gtrl. August S. Richard Genther, girl, August 8. CHEHALI$--Sf. Holen Hosplthl ra- ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: George Hewlett, boy, August 5. Leo Borte, boy, August 6. LONGVIEW -- St. John Hospital reports thn following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Terry Byrd, girl, August 1. eorry Morrlll, boy, August 1. Vernon Adams, boy, August 3. Philip Waddle, girl, August 3. Clifford Nyman, boy, August 6. John Hopkins, boy, August 7. Lorry Estep, boy, August 8. Michael Brusco, girl, August 9. Willis Carl, girl, August 9. SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital reporls the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Oliver Flor, girl, July 30. Archle Anderson, boy, July 30. Dennis Dolton, girl, July 30. Jomes London, boy, August 1. Ralph Morrlson, girl, August 1. John Sulllvon, boy, August 1. John Slendo, girl, Augusl 1. Eugene Henggeler, boy, August 1. B. C. Reeder IL girl, August 2. William Mosters, gSrl, August 2. Vern Collero, girl, August 2. SIIvlono Garclo, girl, August 3. Paul Hardy, glrl, August 4. Kenneth Nyberg, boy, August S. John Toutonghl, boy, August 5. John Klnkello, boy, August 6. Eugene Laughlin, girl, August 8. Gene DIDonato, boy, August 8. Michael Stehen, boy, August 8. George Hoffman, girl, August 8. Dennis Togas, girl, August 8. Quentin Lee, boy, August 9. in BREMERTON 3 fine stores to serve yon FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hospital Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 On tho rood fo the old Hospital Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy S30 Sth St ......... ES 7-37S3 free porklnq & prescription delivery Joseph Falsetto, girl, August 9. Dovtd Schroeder, girl, August 9. Lee Armstrong, boy, August 10. Robert Stephens, hay, August 10. Robert Courage, boy, August 10. Victor Jocquet, girl, August 11. SEATTLE -- Mr. ond Mrs. Tommy Kirk of St. Alphonsus Parish reports the following birth of a grandchild to: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kirk, boy, July 31, St. Louis, Mo. TACOMA--SI. Joseph Hospital re- ports the following births to Mr. nnd Mrs.: John Slmano, boy, July 9 Thomas Majors, girl, July 9 Charles Alexander, boy, July 9 Philip Mlsley, boy, July 9 Wayne Wenzel, girl, July 9 Robert Glelsner, boy, July 10 John Paplow, girl, July 10 Donald Bowen, girl, July t3 Jerome Matz, boy, July 14 Rox Edmon, girl, July lS Dr. Walter Sobbo, girl, July 17 Patrick Cleary, girl, July 111 Kermlt Olson, boyp July 19 Roberl Nleser, boy, July 2 Sam Jenkins, boy, July 22 Arnold Thompson, boy, July 22 Charles Terry, girl, July 23 Carl Rlchords, boy, July 24 John Heard, boy, July 24 Bruce Meier, girl, July 24 Richard James, girl, July 24 Harry Munh011on, boy, July 25 Ross Roden, girl, July 25 Mourlce Smith, boy, July 25 Glen Doerlng, boy, July 26 Gordon Shelstad, girl, July 27. Gerald Blshop, boy, July 27. Lloyd Howorth, boy, July 27. Gerad GoudHng, hay, July 27. Richard aergor, g{rl, July 27. FronOs Dietrlch, boY, July 27. Lawrence Cavanaugh, girl, July 2S. Donald Jollbofs, boy, July 28. Fred Sutton, glrl, July 30. Ronald Ekroth, glrl, July 3[}. Harold eucholz, bay, July 3[}. Dovld McKrernan, boy, July 31. William Morgan, glrl, July 31. Robert Costetlo, boy, August I. Wiltiam Johnson, girl, August 1. Maflhias Flora, bay, August 2. Christopher Neagle, girl, August 4. John Jackowskl, boy, August 4. August Smith, girl, August S. Frank Maser, girl, August S. Robert McCord, girl, August & Vincenl Donato, girl, August 6. Edward Pldler, girl, August 7. Kleth Painter, girl. August 7. Harry McCarthy, girl, August 7. Restaurant DRIV E I N TO SERVE YOU! CHICKEN 3702 6th Ave. FISH--PRAWNS o00om To Hamburgers Hof Dogs Phone ual+s. Sun0000'es - S00,kos SK 2-5722 GOOFY GOOSE CHICKEN By The Bucket--15 Pieces--Fresh Crisp Chicken . . . $3.75 By The Barrel21 PiecesF:resh Crisp Chicken ... $4.% 00OOFY GOOSE SEAFOOD Fish-N-Chips Prawns-N-Chlps Buckef 15 Pcs.$ 1.65 Bu&,ef 15 Pcs.--$2.15 Barrel 21 Pcs.$2.15 Barrel 21 Pcs.$2.75 SPECIAL "'o00Y ' ONLY 19' HUM-DINGER SHAKES  Aay Flavor ........................ Estimated SavingS to States Fro Sennings Returns As By Catholic School S00uden00s Per pupil costs State in public schools ALABAMA $242.82 ALASKA 544.32 ARIZONA 461.74 ARKANSAS 237.03 CALIFORNIA 637.76 COLORADO 481.53 CONNECTICUT 485.30 DELAWARE 688.32 DIST. OF COLUMBIA 430.68 FLORIDA 369.61 GEORGIA 245.65 HAWAII 349.76 IDAHO 322.57 ILLINOIS 473.64 INDIANA 394.04 IOWA 394.06 KANSAS 449.92 KENTUCKY 234.77 LOUISIANA 430.78 MAINE 307.83 MARYLAND 480.57 MASSACHUSETTS 429.27 MICHIGAN 500.30 MINNESOTA 517.28 MISSISSIPPI 262.69 MISSOURI 366.44 MONTANA 441.53 NEBRASKA 399.36 NEVADA 491.47 NEW HAMPSHIRE 388.78 NEW JERSEY 570.17 NEW MEXICO 384.85 NEW YORK 616.91 NORTH CAROLINA 268.90 NORTH DAKOTA 436.47 OHIO 419.70 OKLAHOMA 347.93 OREGON 476.45 PENNSYLVANIA 400. I 0 RHODE ISLAND 397.81 SOUTH CAROLINA 223.88 SOUTH DAKOTA 350.63 • TENNESSEE 264.96 TEXAS 363.64 UTAH 413.21 VERMONT 386.48 VIRGINIA 317.19 WASHINGTON 524.43 WEST VIRGINIA 265.94 (Annual per pupil costs from NEA publication, "'1960.1970 Financing the Public Schools") No. o[ Cath. Students, Elem. & Secondary 23,601 1,432 24,292 10,776 319,020 34,601 87,598 19,110 [9,710 61,753 17,040 15,608 6,924 494,304 127,626 90.424 46 683 83180 126 798 26 115 111 400 234166 292 292 147 471 15 519 149 901 18 445 48 812 2,686 29,042 298,530 23,641 757,207 12,379 17,942 367,090 17,469 28,863 576,238 48,613 9,360 14,639 20,225 137,293 4,812 58,197 35,577 47,756 16,202 Saved by Cathofie School Students Retreat Master The Rev. Edward Jennings, C.SS.R., remembered by many retreatants at Palisades as the pioneer retreat master there, will return in the same capa- city beginning with the new cycle of retreats opening to. $ 5,730,895 day. 779,466 During the past year Father 11,216,386 Jennings was at Holy Redeem. er College in Oakland as di- 2,554,235 rector of the pastoral year, a 203,458,195 course of practical studies for 16,661,420 newly - ordained Redemptorist 77,511,309 priests. In the past months he 13,153,795 has given retreats for priests in 8,488,703 Montana. 22,824,526 Also, a lay worker to assist 4,185,876 the three Redemptorist Broth- 2,233,475 ere at Palisades is needed. 5,459,054 This man would live and work 234,122,147 at the retreat house. Anyone interested is urged to write 50,289,749 Rev. Francis Coony, C.SS.R., 35,632,481 director at Palisades, P.O. 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