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Fall Brings Renewal Of Activities Lynnwood St. Thomas More Parish -- CCD registration will take place after all Masses this Sunday at Lynnwood Junior High school. This will be the last op- portunity for enrolling the chil- dren. Classes will begin Saturday, Sept. 14, for grades one to six inclusive. For grades seven to twelve, classes will commence Wednesday, Sept. 18. All class- es will be held at St. Plus X school, Mountlake Terrace. Tuesday evening, Sept. 1O, the ladies of the parish will meet at Maple Park school, 18Oth S.W. and 64th Ave. West., for the purpose of receiving in- struction on taking the parish census. All ladies are urged to attend. Seattle St. Martin Mothers Club -- The first meeting of the year will be held at the home of Mrs. Dora Clans, 7035 51st Ave. N.E., Tuesday, Sept. 1O, at 1:30 p.m. The board members assisting the officers and serving this year are Mesdames Charles B. Mooney, Lee Wilkinson, Mar- shall Lee, Lyle Johnson, Joseph A. Swalwell, F r a n k Conklin and R. P. Morrissey. Chareso Club--A dance will be held tomorrow night, Sept. 7, at 9 p.m. at the Mayflower Hotel. For information c all Gloria De Gabriele, EA. 3- 2177. A dude ranch weekend is being planned for September 13 to 15 at Hidden Valley Guest Ranch near Cle Elum. Reser- HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing Farming Trades Social Work Clerical Wol'k For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. PECK'S EATING k0mf0rt-aire, inc. HEATING OILS BURNER SERVICE LENNOX FURNACES VACU-FLO Built-in Vacuum Cleaning System AD. 2-1212 EAST SlOE AT. 2-1315 SEATTLE "IVe Make IVarm Friends" vations are necessary. Call Valeria Wenninghoff, PA. 3- 8359, or Bruno J. Benedetti, WE. 7-5477. St. Peter Parish--The Altar Society will sponsor a smor- gasbord dinner in the parish hall Sunday, Sept. 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. The hall is at 2807 15th Ave. S. Tickets are available by calling Mrs. John Lenhart, EA. 2-0057 or Mrs. Ineo Rantucci, EA. 4-5587. Catholic Daughter of America --Business meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 8 p.m. at the Amerman Legion Hall. Carroll Club Auxiliary -- As a kickoff for its drive to in- crease membership this group will have a "Get Acquainted Tea" at Bellarmine Hail, Se- attle University, Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 1 to 3 p.m. Mrs. Tim McCullough is chairman. All interested Catho- lic women are invited. The aux- liary will assist the Carroll Club in its service support of the Catholic Youth Organiza- tion. It is not limited to wives of Carroll Club women. Young Ladies Institute -- St. Cecilia Institute will honor Mrs. Betty Martin with a potluck di,.ner before its regular meeting Wed- nesday, S e p t. 11. Mrs. Martin was elected for a third term to the board of Grand Direc- tors at the Grand Insti- tute conven- tion. A recep- BE'ITY tion will take MARTIN place after the meeting. Marian Club -- Meeting will be held Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the St. Peter Claver Center at noon. Officers for the com- ing year will be elected. Knights of Columbus--Seattle Council will sponsor its annual kick-off dinner at 7 p. m. Mon- day, Sept. 9, in the KC Hall. Chef of the Italian dinner will be Frank Orrico. Jim DiJulio and Rocco Forte are co-chair- men. St. Coletta Society for Retard- ed Children -- Meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 10, at noon in the USO NCCS Club at 217 Sen- eca St. For further information call Mrs. J. E. MolD, WE 5-5732. Blanehet High School -- The VERLA FLOWERS DANCE ARTS GREENWOOD WINDEMERE BEACON For Information and Brochure SU 3-6759 Seattle PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- 7 Mothers C I u b will welcome mothers of incoming students at the first meeting of the year to be held Monday evening, Sept. 9, at 7:45 in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Roy La BriM is the pres- ident assisted by Mesdames O. E. Workman, George Garske and James Kraft. Parish rep- resentatives will be elected at the meeting and a social hour will follow with mothers from St. Benedict Parish serving as hostesses. Assumption Parish--The altar society will meet Monday, Sept. 9, at 1 p.m. in the rectory meet- ing room. The ladies of Holy Family Guild will be hostesses. Sacred Heart Parish -- The first Sunday breakfast of the I BI fall season sponsored by the altar guild will be served Sep- tember 8 beginning after the 8 a.m. Mass and continuing after the noon Mass. The meal is served in the parish auditorium at Warren Avenue and John Street. Price is $1.25 for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. Breakfasts are served on the second Sunday of each month, exclusive of July and August. Visitors and parishioners are invited. St. Mark Parlsh--Guild meet- ings scheduled during the com- ing week are at the following times and homes: Monday, Sept. 9, 8 p.m.: Queen of Angels, Mrs. J. J. Cassidy, 2232 N.E. 150th; Queen of Rosary, Mrs. T. Kis- senger, 18918 33rd N.E. and Queen of Snows, Mrs. Joseph G. Kennedy, 810 N.E. 188th. Tuesday, Sept. 10:8:30 p.m., Queen of All Saints, Mrs. M. J. McDermott, 16284 37th N.E.; 8 p.m., Queen of Martyrs, Mrs. Ralph Stender, 15238 5th N.E.; 8 p.m., Queen of Universe, Mrs. Eugene R. Gallanar, 4212 N.E. 197th. Wednesday, Sept. 11: 11:30 a.m., luncheon, Queen of Heav- en, Mrs. Henry J. Posel, 20233 20th Pl. N.E. Thursday, Sept. 12:8:30 p.m., SERVICE ! 'NSUPaNCE "A parents' reminder for school: When your youngster brings schoolwork home, be interested in what he shows you. Otherwise. as the years go by, he will not hbiemi,nterested, in what you show SFECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE WHITE HENRY STUART BUILDING , SEATTLE MAin 2-1851 Queen of Peace, Mrs. Donal d S. Flynn, 18051 7th N.E.; 11 a.m., Queen of Prophets, Mrs. R. C. Holt, 16535 Beach Drive N.E.; 8 p.m., Queen of Wis- dom, Mrs. Robert A. Crook, 1613 N.E. 189th. Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women--A board meeting will be held this Monday, Sep- tember 9. Tacoma Catholic War Veterans Auxil- iary -- Meeting will be held at SS. Peter and Paul parish hall Monday, Sept. 9, at 8 p.m. Tacoma Jesuit Guild -- Meet- ing will be held Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. J: Morisette. Newly- elected president, Mrs. William Ellis will preside. Other officers are Mesdames George Risse, E. L. La Blanc and Morton Bunnell. Plans for fall activities wiill be completed and members will receive Christmas cards to sell. St. Leo Parish -- The High School Mothers Club will meet Monday, Sept. 9, at 8 p.m. in the school lunchroom. Catholic Daughter of Ameri- ice -- Meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 9, at 7:45 p. m. in St. Leo School hall. Short reports on the "Women for De- cen cy" committee by Mes- dames W. P. Lundquist, J. A. Reder and Edward 'Shackel- ford will be given. Miss Ros- a n n e Cothery, Pierce County probation officer will be the featured speaker. Catholic Women's C I u b -- Meeting is slated Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Weller, 8909 Weller Road S. W. There will be a report on the card party slated October 2 as well as a talk on Catholic Children's Services by Mrs. Dean Barline, caseworker for the Tacoma of- rice. Bellarmine H i g h School -- Mothers of freshmen students will be honored at the first fall meeting and tea presented by the Philomathea Club Tues- day, Sept. 10, at 1:30 p. m. in the school cafeteria. The Very Rev. Joseph L. Showalter, S. J., rector and president of Bellarmine will speak and will introduce Roy. Th o m a s G. Williams, S. J., principal, who will introduce the new faculty. Mrs. John C. Endres is the new president. St. Leo Parish -- The Grade School Mothers Club will meet Friday, Sept. 13, in the Marian Room of the school. The prin- cipal speakers will be Sister Marie Andrea, O. S. F., princi- pal, and Rev. George Purdy, S. J., pastor. Baby sitting service will be provided. Holy C r o s s Parish -- The Mothers Club will meet Thurs- day, Sept. 12, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Plans for the rummage sale in October will be discussed. Mrs. Stephen Liddane will preside. Other in- coming officers are Mesdames Marvin Johnson, Alvin Charap, B. M. Gloyne and Patrick Comfort. RUGS DRY CtEANED I Workmenshlp Without An Equll I Most 9xl2 Rugs arn $10.80 l Davenporf & Chair Cleaned .... $20 I Same--Cleaned and Tinlld ..... $*30 | The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. I Since 1900 MAIn 3-2957.| q i BE A SECRETARY ] Classes Begin / SepL 9--16--23 / GRIFFIN--MURPHY BUSINESS COLLEGE / Choice o/ Students o] J NORTHWEST Since 1910 I 5h & Virginia MA 4-7154 / Friday, Sep. 6, 1963 THE PROGRESS--7 Eight Enter Religious Life: Five Receive Franciscan Habit Five REDWOOD CITY, Calif.-- Five young women from the Seattle Archdiocese wet e among 17 who received the habit of the Sisters of St. Francis of Pen- ance and Christian Charity at recent ceremonies held at the motherhouse c h a p e 1 here at Mount Alverno. The five, all graduates of St. Mary Academy, Toledo, were Sister Lanra (Lynn Per- rish), S i s t e r Elise Marie C a r o I Sanderson), Sister Marina (Miehele Gibbons), Sister Janice (Linda Bou- chard), and Sister Mary Philip (Grace Wertman.) Ten novices made profession of temporary vows and one Sister pronounced her per- petual vows. Taking first vows were Sis- ter Mary Alice, Sister Lucy and Sister Rite, all from St. Mary's. And in the special ceremony Sister Brendan Koeh- ler, also a St. Mary's gradu- ate, pronounced her perpetual vows. Present were her par- ents from Bellingham and her two sisters in religion, Sister Leonie, who is teaching at St. Bernadette School, Seattle, and Sister Jerome, teaching in Havre, Mont. O'Dea Grads Receive from Archdiocese are among 17 taking habit of Franciscan Sisters ST. MARY ACADEMY graduates entering the religious life are (top, from left) Kathy Reynolds, Jean Pfeiffer, Cat'ol Wood and Mary Buennagel. (Bottom, from left): Mary Frances Gaines, Gloria Gearhart, Rosemary Leahy and Kathy Lehman. Eight 1963 graduates from St. Mary Acad- emy, Toledo, entered religious communities this fall. Mary Buennagel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Buen- noBel of Everett; Mary Fran- ces Gaines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Irving Gaines of Brothers' Habits Everett; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gearhart of Winlock; K a t h y Lehman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lehman of Che- halls; Kathy Reynolds, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. 30hn W.: Reynolds of Portland, Ore.: a.nd Carol Wood, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wood of Longview, entered the Novi- G lo ria Gearhart, date of the Sister of St. Fran- cis in Redwood City, Calif. J e a n Pfeiffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pfeiffer of Chehalis entered the Sisters of St, Francis in Milwaukee, Wis. t Rosemary Leahy, daughter of Mr. "and Mrs. Edward Leahy of San Francisco, chose the Sis- ters of Notre Dame in Sara- LAKEWOOD, N. J. -- Two O'Dea graduates of Seattle's O'Dea High School Sunday were received into the Congre- gation of the Christian Brothers of Ireland at St. Gabriel's Col- lege here. The new novices from the Archdiocese of Seattle are: Brother Michael Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle M. .Cooper, 7953 14th Ave. S.W. in Our Lady of Guadalupe Par- ish. He attended Holy Family Sr. Cecilia Miriam Ends Language Study Course Sister Cecilia Miriam, S.N.J.M., until last year a member of Holy Names Academy's language de- partment, has returned to the Northwest after a year's study in France. and Institut Catholique. She The supreme compliment of lived at a residence for Sister- students with four other Ameri" can Sisters, three Canadians, two Brazilian, two. Lebanese and 25 Sisters from other parts toga, Calif. Sr. Genevieve +Dies of Heart Attack ISSAQUAH--A requiem Mass will be said tomorrow, Sept. 7 at 9:30 a.m. at the chapel at Providence Heights here for Sister Genevieve of Nanterre, F,C.S.P, :, 74, who died suddenly Wednesday following a heart School in Seattle. Brother Joseph Widden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Widden, 10412 59th Ave. S. in St. Paul's Parish. He attended St. Anthony's School in Renton. They were'members of the novice c 1 a s s, composed of young men from many parts of the United States, Canada and the West Indies. The novices will spend their novitiate year at the Novitiate of Mary Immaculate, South Kortright, N. Y. Following the novitiate year, they will com- plete their religious and pro- fessional studies here and Iona College, New Rochelle, N. Y. Upon completion of their studies they will be assigned to teach at one of the 43 schools conducted by the Irish Christ- ian Brothers in the U. S. and Canada. i For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS ... SR. CECILIA MIRIANI the entire year came to Sis- ter as she returned home on the F r e n e h liner, "The France"-- a French steward questioned h e r American nationality, asserting he had not heard an American speak French without a trace of an neeent! Sister's studies were at the Sorbonne with additional work of France. attack. The daughter of Mrs, Mar- + Rosary will be at 6:30 p.m. celia O'Doherty of Seattle, tonight at the chapel. choir directeress and organist Sister was, at the time of at St. John Parish, Sister Ce- cilia Miriam met her mother her death, assistant provin- in Ireland this summer and both were delighted to see President Kennedy twice dur- ing his Ireland trip. During the Christmas and Easter holidays, Sister joined other Sister-travellers for trips to Rome and Italy in mid-win- ter, and France and Spain at Easter. Asked about the current ten- sions in Franco-America rela- tionships, Sister agreed t ha t such eoolness was apparent, but added immediately that Presi- dent Kennedy is still the most popular foreigner in France  and that his picture seems to appear more often in the press than that of de Gaulle. Regarding Catholicism tn France, Sister said there was cause for optimism. Where the faith is strong, it is ex- traordinarily strong, she felt, and mentioned the remark- SISTER GENEVIEVE at the institut de Phonetique able vitality of the liturgy in i a 1. She had previously " c.nnrn_00nn , , such centers as the Church of served as provincial coun. 00IilIIIIIlIliIIliliUIIIIIiiIIiililiIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIIIiilIIIllliIIIi00., ,, ,, u ,. ,, u,, ,R I K ennett".00"' "t00tttS St.quentlySeverin,in recentmentinedAmericanfie" denceeilr andHospital,SuperiOrseattle,at Provi.and ]LINCOLN i +++ St. Joseph Hospital, Burbank, PUt _ , A visit to Taize, where E0 Calif. SI? PINt 11'414 BROADWAY I 1426-5th Ave. MA. 4-0080 Protestant brothers of many Sister died on the 57th annb sects live under vow and dedi- versary of her entrance into the sm.e tACOMA I 616 Olive Way cate themselves to work and religious life. . , prayer for Christian unity, em- MOVING & STO,AGE i t, SemlnarPhasized the wrld'wide scpe Sister was brn Marie Verena-- Set : as a rime at MADISON LUMBER CO' [ mevem0000 Gauthier in Canada and made her profession in Joliette in Recovery, line. 1908. She came west the same year and received her nurs- e PmH;, Lllnl .ed Uordware I ing degree at the University of Washington in 1933. 2021 E. Modima, EAst -8080 I Recovery, Inc., a self-help Sister served organization for nervous and St. Vincent Hospital, Portland; ' g _.-%%%%% former mental patients,  will St. Joseph, Vancouver, Sacred WORLD-WIDE MOVING SERVICE ==_ FOR A NEW OR USED I  hold a two-day training and Heart, Medford and St. Eliza- i CHEVROLET I "  . demonsh'ation seminar Friday beth Yakima. She was direct. One of America's F nest Ca aJn at St. Alphonsus Church, N.W. Everett, St. Vincent's, Portland 58th and 15th Ave. N.W. and Providence Hospitals in MA 4 0600 i JOHN OV' Leaders, assistantleaders Oakland andSeattle. iii,,SJA,LAIsl t, ly and membersofthegroupin In lgS4shewasnamedsu. i!JtDoy-Jar.kay) " this area will participate+and perior at St. Joseph's, Bur- " I Things Philip Crane, national execu-bank, where sheservedfour EM. 3-6110 I ltlll  tive secretary, will conduct the years when she was named :_---- I - AGENTS ,o. I =------ ,' For meetings.   to Providence, Seattle..ter i I 1[ I All lay and professional, a year there she also as- .e.. I Her f I Jilt lI invited to attend. The meet, provincial councilor and in UNITED VAN LINES E  LADYAOKFETHE I " " U//I  ings are open to the public 1961m o v e d to Providence _ " E BI PARISH [ ,jk.j[ without charge. The first ses- Heights in the same capacity. = tl stun .will be held Friday, Sept. In November, 1962, Sister, Free .Estimates Sanitized Vans O'uJt.,, SEATTLE CITY LIGHT -- _  li'-=l., s 13, at 8 p.m. Saturday sos. Genevieve received her latest EET'' I 9 /''  stuns will be at 1:30 and. 8 title, that of assistant provincial.: tL --' 801 So. HOL,.ATE - SEATTLE -.- eur#me.v me I  om . ...,. ,o,., p.m. She is survived by one niece ! =Mlllllml Illmlllmmllllmlllllllllllililllllllllll--" ,,,,,,. IIl,. I SEAtTtE4SS2sUmVBRSffr MEWAT2 03, Further information may be in Quebec. Bonney-Watson Co. 117th & BOTHELL WAY I . obtained by writing Recovery, is handling funeral arrange, --A--.-: Inc.,+ P. O. Box 1903, Seattle 11. ments.