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8--THE PROGRESS Fr;chy, 'Au. 24, 1962 Appointments Puyallup Par,sh Plans Made At SU Jesuit Publishes FOUR COUPLES renewed their marriage vows August 16 in St. Mary's Church, Cen- trnlia, t an anniversary Mass offered by Rev. John Rice. The Mass was the highlight of reunion of the Rice family. Pictured with Father Rice are (from left) front row: Mr. nd Mrs. Anthony S. Rice, Centralia, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Rice, Centralia, Mr. and Mrs, George Kirchmeyer, South Bend, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greisen, Centralia, honored at the Mass; back row: Mrs. Nora Rajski, South Bend, William Rajski , South Bend, and Janie and Mackay Greison, children of the Jack Greisons, witnesses. Four Couples Renew Vows CENTRALIA  An eary of their marriage in St. sary Mass and breakfast, in- unusual multiple wedding Mary's Church. Mr. and Mrs. eluding S i s t e r Antoinette, Walter Rice, who celebrated O.P. and Sister Alice, O.P. anniversary Mass was their 45th anniversary, were daughters u[ the Anthony celebrated by Ray. John Rice witnesses at the Anthony Rices. of Seattle in St. Mary's Church Rice wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rice here August 16. The Mass, The Kirchmeyers marked have made their home on a honoring four couples, was a the 52nd anniversary of their high!tght of the Rice family marriage. Mrs. Kirchmeyer small farm near Centralia since reumon, is a sister of Anthony and their marriage. Mr. Rice, a Walter Rice. The Greisens, native of South Bend, Ind., is Repeating their vows were noting their 20th anniversary, a retired railway employee. Father Rice's parents, Mr. also were married in St. Mrs. Rice, the former Bessie and Mrs. Anthony S. Rice, Mary's. Mrs. Greisen is a Stanley, is a native of Tilla- Centralia; his uncle and aunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. meek, Ore. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rice. Walter Rice. Father Rice, Sister Antoinette Centralia; uncle and aunt, Mr. Present at the reunion were and Sister Alice, the Rices and Mrs. George Kirchmeyer, a brother of Anthony and have another son, Edward, of South Bend, Ind,, and cousins, Walter Rice, William Rajski, Salem, Ore. Father Rice, who Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greisen, and a, Mrs. Nora was ordained in 1950, is chap- Central!a. Rgjskl, th of South Bend. lain at Firlands Sanatorium The Anthony Rices were Some 25 members of the Rice and Fircrest School for the erving the 4oth anniver- family attended the anniver, Mentally Retarded in Seattle. AnnualTurkeyDinner Seattle U Puyallup Sacred Heart Parish will :iii!iiill have its annual turkey dinner on the final day of the West. ern Washington State Fair, Sunday, Sept. 23, from 11:30 a. m. to 6 p.m. in the parish ........ hall. Tickets will be $1.50 for adults and 50 cents for chil- dren. Seattle Young Ladies Institute.--Mrs. Betty Martin, grand director of ...... ..... Young Ladies Grand Insti- tute, will be honored at a reception at the home of Mrs Louis Poitr- 4102 Walling- ford Ave. N. from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thurs d a y, MRS. BEITY August 30. MARTIN Mrs. Martin is a member of St. Cecilia Institute which will host the affair, with past presi- dents as committee members. Mrs. Earl Lorraine is general chairman. All members of Young Ladies Institute and their friends are cordially invited to attend. Holy Names Academy -- The Sodality will have a closed re- treat August 27 through the 30  the Academy. The Rev. Ver- non Harkins, S..I., of Seattle The Rev. Joseph Orpen, pastor of St. Philomena Church, Des Moines, an- nounces that beginning Sun- day, September 2, there will be a 6:30 a.m. Mass every Sunday. University, will be retreat mas- ter. For further information 6769; or Paul Savoge, EA 3- 2613. Catholic Seaman's El "--The Stella Marls League plans a dance tonight, August 24, from 8 to 11 p.m. with entertainment to include a demonstration and lesson in the huh. Tomorrow, August 25, mem- bers will cruise Lake Washing- ton, leaving the club at 12:30 p.m. to meet at the Wharf Restaurant t.*. 1. The cruise will last six ho,:rs and will in- clude dinner and dancing. Res- ervations are necessary, price is $3. St. Peter's--The Altar So- ciety will hold its monthly meeting Friday, August 31 at 12:30 p. m. in the parish hall. The hostesses are Mesdames M. Lee, John Lenhart and M. McFadden. FATHER FATHER HARKINS KAUFER I .... II1.! ................ ... I!l .................. St. Georoe Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis, witl meet in St. James Cathedral Sunday, August 26, at 2:30 p.m. for choir meeting and conference, Ray. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M., spiritual director, officiating. General C:.pter meeting will be held in the Cathedral hall t 1:45 p.m. for workshop sessions on the spiritual life Discussion FATHER FATHER TONER O'DONNELL Four Jesuit priests have been appointed to Seattle University for the 1962-63 academic year, Very Ray. A, A. Lemieux, S.J., university president, has an- nounced. The Ray, Vernon J. Harkins, S.J., returning after a year at Gonzaga, has been appointed instructor in theology and phil- osophy. The Ray. Leonard J. Kaufer, S.J., will serve as an assistant professor of philoso- phy. Father Keufer has been taking graduate studies at Gre- gorian (Oxford) University. The Ray. Joseph F. McDon- nell, S.J., has been named as- sistant university chaplain com- ing to SU from St. Francis Xavier Church, Missoula, Mont. Ecumenical Study Text An ecumenical study on Protestant liturgy and sacramental renewal tak- ing place within American Protestant churches, "The Pro. testant Liturgical Renewal: A Catholic Viewpoint," by Ray. Michael J. Taylor, S.J., will be published by Newman Press this fall. Father Taylor is theology professor at Seattle University. Written in the climate of re- cent, friendly Protestant.Cath- olic conversations, the work investigates a vital area of Christian belief, the nature and place of the Lord's Sup- per in Christian Worship. Protestants have long been stereotyped as "people of the Word" who seldom, if ever, in- clude the Eucharistic liturgy in their services. Catholics, on the other hand, have been con. sidered exclusively "people of the Sacrament" who give very little attention to the preach- ing of the Word. Father Tay- lor in his study shows that many Protest- ants not only have high re- gard for the liturgy of the Lord's Supper as a normal .part of Christ- I a n worship, FATHER but are active- TAYLOR ly working to restore a bal- ance between the preached Word and the celebration of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper in their Sunday ser. vices. In researching "Liturgical Renewal" the author ques- tioned lS00 ministers from six major denominations, re- presenting three classic streams within Protestant- Jam: the Free Church, the Reformed and the Lutheran traditions. The denomina. tions investigated were Bap- tists, Congregationlists, Evangelical and Reformed, Methodists, Presbyterians and Lutherans. Father Taylor received his doctorate in sacred from Woodstock College m Maryland in 1961 and has an S.T.L. degree from Alma Col- lege in California. He taught theology at Gonzaga Univer- sity from 1956-59 and in 1961 was appointed assistant pro- fessor of theology at Seattle Univerzity. He has collabo- rated on various inter-faith studies with Rev. Gustavo Weigel, S. J., noted ecumenist and Catholic authority on Pro- testantism. Father Taylor has i also engaged in conversations with Protestant groups in the Seattle area. i I The St. Vincent de Paul] q rivage Bureau, 10Ol Fair- I view Ave. N., has issued an I urgent plea for salvage.| Since the opening of school ] _ is practically here, many children in less fortunate homes will need clothing| and shoes. The Bureau] again looks to its friends| and neig':bora to assist in [ supplying this aid for ehil-l dren. / The Ray. Gordon E. Toner, S. fi" O J., has been appointed student chaplain, Father Toner was GOlf Courses Plan Bene principal of Gonzaga Prepara- tory School. call AT 3.0234 or LA 3.7861. . . , leaders will meet at 1:15 p,m. Leaving the university for Third Order To Aid Sr. Bernice Chareso Club--A Labor Day in the Cathedral School. Postu- new appointments are Rev. Observes weekend camping trip is plan. lants and novices will meet at Anthony D. Bischoff, S.J., as- ned for Wenberg State Park, 1:15 p.m. for instruction in sistant professor of English, school rooms 1.A era in 1-B Children of Lepers "Tools for Ta!a" is the name of a new project being undertaken by Blessed Sacrament Chapter, Third Order of St. Dominic, to aid adolescent chil. dren of lepers in Tale Lepro- and is arranging for the sarium, the Philippines. freight delivery, The Ray. A. L. Hofstee, 0.P., long stationed in the Philip- pines and a Seattleite, will opdn a vocational school for the chil. drlm of Tale lelers this fall. These children, taken at birth into the Tala nursery, are not lepers. The school will provide oppertunity for the youngsters to learn a trade so they may leave the colony and earn their living. Tertians are gathering type. writers, sewing machines, skill saws, hand tools, drawing b o r d s, photography equip- meat, sewing remnants, yar and thread, D a i n t brushes, medical instruments and sup plies, tad other items for ship- ment to the leprosarium. Braise M. Bautista. Phil!p- pine Consul in Seattl e, has gv- en his support to tle project BACK TO SCHOOL! In discusslng the project, Mr. Bauflsta said this par- ticular group of Filipinos, trained from infancy in the Catholic Faith, can be a real barrier to Communist propa- ganda if they become suc- cessful leaders in the various trades. He is anxious to send radio and television sets, as well as technological literature a n d text books to the school. Donations to the project are being solicited by Third Order members. Useable equipment may be brought to the old school in Blessed Sacrament Parish, 5041 gth Ave. N.E. Those who wish picku' service may call EA 5-8421 or ME 3- 1959. Worker Is Fined For Sunday Work BERN, Switzerland (NC)- 50th Jubilee Sister Berni.e, O.S,B,, the former Marie Knelleken, cele- brated the golden jubilee of her religious profession at the Convent of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minn., August 15. The daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Knelleken, she was a member of Holy Rosary Parish, Tacoma, before she entered the Benedictine Order in 1907. Sister Bernice has been a high school science teacher for the past half century. She has also served as a high school principal. She is stationed at St. Boniface High School, Cold Spring, Minn., where he has been principal and science teacher since 1948. Attending jubilee festivities was her sister, Sister :Borgia, O.S.B., also a member of the Convent of St. Benedict. Their mother, Sister Mary de Chan- tat, who became a Visitation nun after the death of her hfas- band, died in Tacoma in 1951. Also honored on August 15 were five diamond jubilarians, 12 other golden jubilarians and 17 silver jubilations. 50 miles north of Seattle on the north end of Lake Goodwin. Members and friends who are interested please call any of the following peonle no later than August 30. Peter Belanich, AT 2-8754; Kathy Hertz, SU 4- Pop Selections Conclude Park Concerts Music from Richard Rodgers' "Victory at Sa" score, "Flow- er Drum Song," "Camelot," and "West Side Story" will be featured in the final comp- limentary Park Concert of the summer seasen Sunday, August 26, at 5:15 p,m. in Volunteer Park under the direction of Gustave Stem. Should there be rain, the concert will be in the Green Lake Field House at the same time. Cospensorship credit for the concerts goes to the Seattle Park Department and Local 76 of the American Federation of Musicians. and C. Franciscan library books will be available. Members are ask- ed,to bring old rosary beads or suitable necklace beads for the making and repair of rosaries for the missions. to Georgetown University in Washington, D. C.i Rev. James B. Reichmann, S. J., assistant professor of hilosophy, to Mount St. Michael's College, Spokane; and Rev. Louis A. Scuvain, S.J., university chap- lain and assistant professor of theology, now rector at Seattle Preparatory school. Oil Painting Exhibition At Frye Museum The Eighth Annual West Coast Oil Painting Exhibition opened at the Frye Art Mus. sum, August 19 and will con- tinue through Ser)tembr 16. Three hundred sixty six artists residing in California, Oregon and Washington submitted work to be juried. Eighty three paintings were selected for ex. hibition. The Purchase Prize of $1,OO0 was won by Serges Bongart of Los Angeles for his painting "Wind from the River". A Non.Purchase Prize of $250 was awarded Warren Brandon of San Francisco. Title of the Brandon painting is "Brave New World". Three Non-Pur- chase prizes of $100,00 each Legion Devotions Set At Cathedral Members of the Legion of Mary will participate in devo- tions Saturday, September 1, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Our Lady of the Assumption Praesidium of Assumption Par- ish will be in charge. The de- votions are held on the first Saturday of each month in answer to requests of Our Lady of Fatima for pr yers of re- paration and devotion. Ha!o-Watchlng Brightens Way For Art Lovers For Fircres, Briscoe The Putt-Putt Golf Courses will have a "benefit day" Tuesday, Aug. 28, with the day's receipts going to children at Fircrest School for the Mentally Re- tarded and dependent children at Brtscoe Memorial School, Bert Rosenbaum and Bob Tindall operate the Putt-Putt courses, located on Highway 99, one mile south of Lynnwood and at N.E. 100th and Bothell Way, next to the Olympic Swim School in Lake City. Putt-Putt golf, family enter- tainment, was recently intro- duced in the North End com- munities. Fircrest School, located on 15th Ave. N.E,, houses some 700 mentally retarded children, many of whom are without material assistance. Funds re. ceived from the golf course benefit day will be ued to help provide some of the incidentals n e e d e d by these children, school officials said. Council Theme Set For Holy Names Meet The Second Vatican Council and the Public Image of tha Church" will be theme of the Week.Long Art Exhibit At St. Martin's OLYMPIA  "Arts in the Service of the Church" is the theme of the Art Exhibit being held St. Martin's Abbey here Friday through Friday, August 24-31. The exhibit is being held in conjunction with the American Benedictine Academy wit h a_habbots, a b b o t s, priests, S;sters and laymen attendinq from 20 states and British Columbia. Open daily to the public froml 10 a.m. to 4 p.m,, the exhibit is being shown in the school gymnasmm cn campus. Being displayed are paintings, sculp- tures, tapestries, mosaics and photographic studies of church architecture and sculptures. These items were previously mL diplayed at the Liturgical Week Conference at the S e a t t 1 e World's Fair. The Swiss Supreme Court has fined a worker from Valais Youth Craftsmen from the North. DUTCH AID were awarded to Lenard Kest- Here is a short lesson in art third annual convention for the west participating are potters ..-.---- -'Anl}Y'; 'o'o00 c.,,,., - rlph erof Los Angeles ("Sonata"), appreciation. Next time you Archdiocesan Union of the Louis Mideke, Ra,ph and build his chalet on a Sunday. FOR LATIN AMERICA Y any. , Gerald Grace of Santa Barb- are browsing through a muse- Holy Names Society slated Sap- Lorene Spencer, Robert Sperry ........ -, ROER1LOND, The Nether- /AUOITIOnS el" are, Calif. ("Lunehin on the urn, notice the halos around the tember 15 and 16 in Seattle. and Brother Bruno Laverdiere, illkilD - I lands (NC)--TheDutchRedemp- The Youth Svmnhonv Orches Lavm"), and Bits Hoyden of heads of persons in medieval Under the vatronage of the O.S.B. of St. Martin's. a#m==rs ,,---,,- ........ j--,--.  " Textile workers include Paula IllVl[lllll[m I torlstFatherswdlopenaminor t will hold auditions for the San Mateo, Calif. ("Bank of paintings, and you will have Most Reverend Archbishop Simmons, Solange Kowert, l cellent Cleaning [[ ][ f_.l I seminar here t September to v^,, .g .... .h. r,.;,, America"). a clue about who they are. S rvi mmm-mm ...... --, ,',r' ..... J, - ......... Thomas A. Connolly, tha con. Lewis Mayhew, Marian Peck, and Pressing I educate m]ssmnanes for Latin Svmnhonv and the Little Svm- A plain, circular halo around WE DI:LIVER IN R/tR'&RT I America. no at"the Music Building'on the head of a figure in reedS- vention will be held on the Helle Skowronski and Floyd ............ -----.-- .... --.-- . --: .... .- ^, Mrs. Orauel eval art was given to a saint, campus of Seattle University. Brewer. U'I:T I:AYYII= l m ............ m the t.,tzvtalty ut vva .BL . vv ,--.- ,,- ...... Cash for Used Books ! I  _ I campus Thursday, September D=I..4, II explains the Catholic Digest. A highlight will be the talk by Paula Simmons, who lives Make Year Wardrobe Remainders--Overstocks I I h I 6f, r strings, and Friday, Sap- oOUIII, ,,y A square halo was for a lie- Ray. Dennis B. McCarthy, O. near Suquomish, is an expert h,.a,, u,,, I \\;\\ ISiS 1\\; =^, I temner  mr wmus ano per- ing person, very often the art- P., national director of Holy in weaving wool from black ......... A Astonishing Discounts rvpt -- I I \\;\'41'//] II\\;\ ._X__.l cussion. Young people up to Attorneys ist's wealthy patron. Name Societies. sheep. She will give two two- WE. S 8411 .=-- i wq I | /  =, op,,==| age 13 are asked to come at Greenwood & Shiers, attor- Six-sided halos were given Committee chairmen for the hour lectures at 12:30 p.m. and , ..- -,a. pm age 14 and over, 8 pm 4060 CALIFORNIA Mr.. z szat il ///\\; ,,, I . neys in Port Orchard, are to personifications of virtues, meet will include Gerald Oak. at 6p.m. this Saturday on how seeking the whereabouts of like Faith, Hope or Charity. A smith, John Endal, Ralph Cof- to make the disadvantage ofll h fey, LouisArgano. JimDivine, naturally dark wool a d van-- !'"" '!7,', 00u:Z. ..... whom they believe W be in the Blessed Trinity. A triangular Dwyer Schmitt and Joe Fahey. tageous. I Mrs. Grauels former hus- Father. MADISON LUMBER CO. kand was Herman Felix Granel When the halo is elongated, Chare.s.o Club plans Large Crowd of Port Angeles, now deceased, surrounding the entire body, Hawaiian Luau Expected At Her maiden name was Tilley ,' . p.,.,.. .., ,.., ..'e BALA D I| X) and it is underst=oci ' that see- it is ca,led an aureole, and was The Chareso Club will holds ,Ou..allu....e, la Fair' usually reserved for Christ, or Hawaiian Luau thts Saturday, I '' " '"' "" (I I /V eral f Mrs" Grauei s uncles r fr Mary hlding the Christ at the Meadwdale Cuntry PUYALLUP--With the open.__ 1 E SUPPLIES other relatives reside in the Child. Club. ing of the 59th Western Wash. Aberdeen area. ' , I SHEAFFER & PARKER PENS I  Aynone knowing the where- Social hour will be at 7 p.m. ington Fair three weeks away, lW ,' EMIL GAUPHOLM Ig| 1712 N.W. Market I | tAkeview 4-0666 abouts of Mrs. Grauel is 11rued When y.. patronize and the Luau at 8, followed a large staff of maintenance to contact Ray R, Greenwood, those firms listed in tke by Hawaiian entertainment, men are busy putting finishine I rli s. 4.0332 .1 -"" -. . su. 4,0332 P.O. Box 126, Port Orchard, or Geurmet Lane, please For reservations call June touchesc:.ounds innpreparationbuildingSfor whatand I Seattle Vote for Em,I Gau.pholm, Republ!can coop00 at EA 5-,580. is expeetedto be another ban- I State Representative 37th Distr,ct I -:3::-:::i[:: :3f-:[:-/;:_: .-%::!-::-.:-=-:::::;, ,  , caU'rR 6-5-L , mention TheProgress. her season for the "Puyallup I Chief Engineer- Investment Counselor II MEMBERs OF ST. BRENDAN'S, ST. MARK'S Coaches To Meet 00air." CYO football coaches d as. Officials have, expressed i I C0mmende Marine Commission II ann ................... I'IULI IAVlIL, X I"KII-I BAPK sistant coaches will meet timism this Year s fair, Septem.. I Friend of Schools end Labor I I MToqllll AUgust 30 at 7:30 .m. in the ber 15-23, will draw even larger I I)ECIOE TO CHANGE.. THE HOUR IS NOW] I! Yo, ca, Help grade school auditorium, St. crowds than 1961, when an all- Scho-lo Parish. time attendance record ef i _ ph Ii was established. : The m, for the officeis Gau elm RE-E(ECT The grandstand show, sched- uled for 1:30 and 7 p.m. daily. (Paid Adverusement) '1 IIIDGF TTPING will feature major league /o,, JUDGE'S lOB WEARING APPAREL Am) rodeo, horse races and outstand- ing entertainers, inc[udin the v.,. s.,,. ,, ,., SHORTHAND famed Sportsmeu, veteran sial JAMES J. PORE JUSTICE OF THE PLACE POSITION NO. 2 Dora has 4hs ;nfegr;fy, I*gal backqrouad and exper;ence, and he iudlc;a[ tempara- men+. HE DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT (Paid Adv.rfisemenf] _ I I Jucge Burns Non,Partisan Judge ]ames E. A. Burns Attorney John F, Dore in a latter to Judge Burns said, "I was greatly impressed by the fair play and good judgment which was evident throughout the proceedings . . . I was especially gratified and refreshed by yeur superb handling of juvenile caes and cases concerning our youth... Mr. Dare ts one of many members o the Bar Association who endorse Judge Burns, Member o t Holy Family Parish, Kirkland (Paid Advart!semest} We Can Outfit the Entire Fam!ly WHITE CENTER DEPARTMENT STORE WE. 24322 9630 , 16 $.W. FOR THE GIRLS KINGSWAY Shoes For Bays and Young Mn Shoes or the Entire Family at  Shelby Shoe Store 8|06 Greenwead Noth SU. 3d710 Complete and Refresher Courses SCHEBLE Secretarial Studie "Pine Ufetime Plaeemast Servia" Accredited by National Assoclatio. of Business Schools MA, 4-8447 142E-4th AVE, ing quartet of radio, television, the stage and movies. Top flight painter with nat. jolaal r eeo g n i t i o n. Nathan Oliveira, head of the graphic arts department of the San Francisco Art Institute, will be juror of this year's art exhibit t the fair. Greenland Catholics There are only six Roman Catholics in all of Greenland, says the Catholic Digest. Total population of the country is 30,000, notes the magazine. t"