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6--THE PROGRESS Friday, Sept. 6, 1963 St. Joseph Hospital Graduates 18 GRADUATION EXERCISES of the School of Nursing at Kerst, Sharon Ingelbert, Terri Hathaway, Marguerite Hay- St. Joseph Hospital, Tacoma, were held August 25 in St. man, Mary Mullowney and Virginia Peat. (Second row, from Leo Parish auditorium. Attorney General for Washington left) Mary Ann Raden, Joan Bowlby, Diane Read, Mary- State, John J. O'Connell, was the speaker. Dr. Fred J. lyn Hale, Diane Ingram and Virginia Rakoz. (Top row from Schwind, president of the staff of St. Joseph's, presented the left) David Larson, Katherine Coleman, Nicole Trunnel, diplomas. The graduates are (front row, from left), Judith Virginia Serried, Mine Stephens and Marylyn St. Onge. Religious Superiors Elect Officers MOTHER JUDITH, F.C.S.P., of Providence Heights (far August. Also elected to Northwest Region offices were (from right) was elected chairman of the Northwest Region, Con- left): Mother M. Gamma, O.S.B., Mount Angel, Ore., vice- terence of Major Religious Superiors of Women in the chairman; Mother Kathleen Clare, S.N.J.M., Spokane, sac- United States, at the 1963 workshop for major superiors held rotary-treasurer; Mother Rosena, O.P., second delegate; and at the College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio, in Mother Angels, S.S.M., first delegate. Date October 11 October 18 October 25 November 1 Pre-Cana Discussions Set Starting October 11 at 8 p.m. at the St. Peter Claver Center, (upstairs) the seventh in the series of pre-rnarriage courses in the Archdiocese of Seattle will be conducted under the sponsorship of the Catholic Information Center. Time Topic Speakers 8:00 Courtship and Engagement ...................... Rev. William Treacy 9:00 Panel Discussion ................................. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coluccio Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shea Roy. William Treacy 8:00 Psychologist Views Marriage .................... James Reilly, (Psychology Dept., S.U.) 9:00 QuestLons and Answers .......................... Father Treacy 8:00 Marital Happiness versus Money ................ John Peluso 8:30 Panel Discussion ................................. Mr. and Mrs. Ted McGeary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shea Mrs. Charlotte Banchero 8:00 The Doctor Looks at Marriage .................. Dr. Raymond Clark, M.D. Dr. Edwin MacCamy, M.D. Negro Astronaut Capt. Edward Dwight, Jr., the first Negro to be chosen to t r a i n for the "moon shot" project, is a Catholic. His wife's parents are con- verts and his sister Rite is now Sister Martin Mary of the Sis- ters of Charity of Leaven- worth. DUCHINESS J GIFT NOOK Complete Line of Catholic Merchandise 2928 COLBY AVE. EVERETT November 8:00 Christian Married Love .......................... Father Treacy 8 9:00 Mistakes in Marital Love ........................ Mrs. Charles Ralls, Secret, ary Wash. Bar Assoc., Former Director of King County Family Court November 8:00 The Marriage Ceremony, Bans, 15 Pre-Nuptial Data, Rehearsal ..................... Father Treacy PLACE: St. Peter Claver Center, 507-17th A'enu e (across from Providence Hospital) REGISTRATION FEE: Single, $2; couple, $4. No n-Catholic couples cordially invited. FURTHER INFORMATION: Catholic Information Center, MA. 2-2097. REGISTRATION: Saint Peter Claver Center, Oct ober 11 at 7:30 p.m. Requiem Mass Said For Badion Family Requiem Mass was said Thursday in St. James Cathe- dral for two members of a prominent Seattle Filipino tam- fly who had been among the Labor Day holiday weekend ac- cident victims in the state. Killed Sunday in a head-on collision five miles from Sno- qualmie Pass toward Roslyn were David C. Badion, 52; his wife, Guarina, 37; and their youngest daughter, Lisa, 3. The Badions had lived with the three surviving children at 6t5 37th Ave. in St. Teresa's Parish. The Roy. John Marsh of St. Teresa's Parish was celebrant. Burial for the three victims fol- lowed- in Bellevue. A native of the Philippines, Mr. Badion was a civil engi- neer for the Army Corps of Engineers. He was a member of the Washington Society of Professional Engineers. Active in Filipino community affairs, Mrs. Badion was se- cretary of the Filipino-Ameri- can Inter-Community Council of the Pacific Northwest. A se- cretary for the president of the University of Washington, she was also an adult advisor of St. Teresa's CYO Teen Club and on August 25 had been named a patron in the Filipino Y o u t h Activities of Seattle's Order of the Tamaraw. Mrs. Badion was also a columnist for the U. S. Edition of the Manila Chronicle and wrote under the by-line of "Guaring." She was a native of San Francisco. She moved to Seattle from San Francisco with her husband 15 years ago. Lisa, the youngest of four children, was born in Seattle. Surviving are their daughter Linda, 17, and two sons, David, 13, and Daniel, 10. Mrs. Badion has a brother in California. Mr. Badion's relatives survive him in the Philippines. The two sons were with their parents in the same car during the accident and suffered frac- tured arm injuries. Both boys are in Seattle's Providence Hosoital. The Badions were on their way to Wapato to attend the Yakima Valley Harvest Festi- val at the time of the accident, Linda had remained home. EVERETT MAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for all of your dry cleaning and shirt laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS & SHIRT SERVICE AI- 9-hi 16 Grand & Woll .-r ................... 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A., will be the speaker at the general meeting in Hughes Auditori- um on campus and exhibits will be featured in the East Reading Room of the Crosby Library. Library area meetings will be held in the afternoon with the individual chairmen Sister Mary Sarah, S. C. L., Sister Mary Brendan, O. P., Nicholas Cinquina, Mrs. Dorothy Day Robertson and Mrs. E s t h e r Gregory. Miss Eleanor E. Ahlers, u- pervisor of librarians for the S t a t of Washington, will speak on "The Librarian in this Modern World" at the afternoon meeting and Bene- diction will close the day. If those wishing to attend received no program, please notify the unit chairman so that a communication can be sent. Write Sister Miriam Kath- leen, Providence Heights, Is- saquah. St. Matthew Parish Plans Mission St. Matthew Parish will hold a mission beginning this Sun- day, Sept. 8, according to Rev. Walter Mortek, pastor. The Roy. Ed- ward J. Mc- Donald, C.S.P., w i I I conduct t h e services. The first week will be for women; t h e second for men and the third will be a series of lec- tures for non- FATHER Catholics. McDONALD Each Sunday afternoon there will be a special program from 4 to 5 p.m. for teenagers. Father McDonald will be avail- able for consultations each day. Benedictine Scientists Meet NORTHWESTERN scientists recently attended the biennial meeting of the Philosophy and Natural Sciences and Mathematics Sections of the American Benedictine Academy at St. Bernard College, Cullman, Ala. Shown above (from left) are Rev. Bode Ernsdoff, O.S.B., St. Martin's College, Olympia; Rev. Anthony Terhaar, O.S.B., Mount Angel Col- lege, Oregon; Rev. John Capesius, O.S.B., St. Bernard College; Rev. John Raymond, O.S.B., St. Martin's; Rev. Gabriel Franks, O.S.B., Subiaco College, Subiaco, Ark.; and Rev. George Seidel, O.S.B., St. Martin's. Immaculate Parish Slates Mission J e s u i t missionaries, Rev. Luke Kreuzer, S. J., and Rev. Philip Lucid, S. J., will conduct the week-long mission planned at the Church of the Immacu- late beginning t h i s Sunday, Sept. 8, at 8 p.m. The Jesuits will preach at all the Masses this Sunday. Eve- ning services will be at 8 and baby sitting service will be pro- vided. Weekday Masses are at 6:15, 8 and 11 a.m. and confession hours will be announced dur- ing the mission. The solemn closing will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15. Symphony To Sponsor 'Black Watch' Tradition and history blend in the Royal Highland Regi- ment, the Black Watch, which will perform in the Seattle Cen- ter Arena Saturday, October 19, under sponsorship of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Tickets for the spectacular program of Old World pa- geantry are now available at the Seattle Symphony Office, 508 Orpheum Building, Seattle. Tunnel Troubles To the Berlin Wall tunnel diggers, security on location is a constant nightmare, the Catholic Digest states. 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