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August 24, 1962

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Friday, "Au 9. 24, 1962 THE PROGRESS--IS ., STUDENT, AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER stop before the art exhibit of Sister Bernard of Jesus, F,C.S.P., well- known artist and authority on the Montessori Method of Education. The student is Sister Dominic, F.C.S.P., who attended the Montessori Institute at Seattle University this summer taught by E. Mortimer Standing (center) who has written several books on the educator. At the right is Donald Demarest, editor of the Academy Guild Press of Fresno, Calif., who has published several of Mr. Standing's books. THE LAST SUPPER Magnificent life-slze replicas of Jesus and his 12 Dis- ciples (with narration by Art Baker). Also in rde-size wax you'll meet Abraham Lincoln, Queen Victoria, Win- stou Churchill, Marlene Dietrich, Adolph Hitler, Franklin Roosevelt and many other Downtown Monorail Terminal Open Daily, 9:00 A.M. Until Midnight Adults, $1.00  Children, 9-16 years, S0c: under 8 years, FREE 1611 Westlahe Avenue On the WesHake Mall New Idea For Raising Money HEAVENLY SMOOTH Catholic Mothers' Clubs in Washington, Ore- gon. Californ;e and W;scnsln have raised thousands of dollars for their favorite charlty thls easy way. Why not help your group pro- mote funds with 4hls demand ;tern: Send inquiry o: HEAVENLY SMOOTH 400 West Highland Drive Seattle 99; Wosh;ngtn Liturgical Art Exhibit Praised By .Sally Lee A writer and his publisher met for the first time in person on the occasion of the Liturgical Meeting in Seattle and attended the opening of the Liturgical Art Exhibit Monday. E. Mortimer Standing, who conducted the highly successful Montessori Institute on the Seat- tle University campus this sum- mar, and Donald Demarest, ed- itor of the Academy Guild Press at Fresno, Calif., were greally impressed with the efficient or- ganization and high quality of the Liturgical Art exhibition. "Catholic art is becoming more acceptable to the public due to laymen who are willing to give of their talents, as well as religious who are more free to work along less traditional lines," said Mr. Demarest. Mr. Standing, who worked with Dr. Montessori for 30 years, and has written several books con- cerning her life and her method of education, is visiting Seattle from his home in Ireland. Be- cause Dr. Montessori's method is based on the building up of knowledge through the help of the senses of the child, it was almost possible to predict which art piece he would admire the most. "The Assumption," by Pat Griffin, pleased his eye because of the wonderf, d use of the nat- ural wood, he said. Val Laig0's "Mother of Sorrow" was also admired by him. Author of "Dark Virgin--0ur Lady of Guadalupe," Mr. Demur- est was thrilled by Sister Ber- nard of Jesus' carving of "Our Lady of Guadalupe." Perhaps the Montessori-tie was strong here because*Sister Bernard was also an instructor at the Montessori Institute and Mr. Demarest not only reads about Montessori, but helped to establish a Montessori school in Fresno. .L .hrlstpller's ]orhho p IbHONE tllilV (i-';'O21 tERRY, RUTH a ROBERT CARFICO RURAl. ROUTE r, BREMEN, )ND)ANA We manutaclure and design everything (except pews) for the inside of u Church, working in marble, wood, bronze, aluminum, wrought iron, silver and cjotd and combinolions. If you ore interested in anything in particular, please write or coil qrt wlt will send information or call on you the net time we ore in your area. FRANK KllEFNF.R JEWELER Best Wishes JOT (11 Inspiring and $uccessjul LITURGICAL CONFERENCE 512 Broadway E. Seattle, Wash. qk