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6--THE PROGRESS FricJay, Sept. 7, 1982 News Of Organizations Around The Archdiocese: New School Year Des Moines St. Philomena Pari-h -- A rummage sale, spansored by St. Teresa and St. Joan of Arc Guilds, will be hel,J in the par- ish hall today from 6 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow, September 8, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Montesano St. 3ohn Parish -- The altar society will have their annual smorgasbord at the parish hall Sunday, September 9 from 1 to 5 p.m. Dinner is $1.50 for adults, 75 cents for children under 12 and children under six free. Tickets will he sold at the door by members of the altar society. Seattle Knights of Columbus -- An Italian dinner will be held Monday, September 10 at the KC Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m. Govenor Albert D. Rosellini will be the guest of honor. Frank Orrico is the chef and dinner music will be provided by Gene Boscacci. Vocal selec- tions will be by Doris Flynn. Co-chairmen are Louis Borda and John Guarrera. Admission is $1. St Coletta Society for Re- tarded Children -- A meeting will be held Tuesday, Septem- bet 11, at noon in the USO NCCS Club, 5th and Seneca. Blanchet M o t h e r s Club-. Freshmen mothers will be hon- ored at th first meeting of the year Monday, September 10, at 7:45 p.m. in the school cafe- teria. Parish representatives will be selected. Mothers of St. A1- phonsus Parish will hostess the social hour. Stella Marls League -- The Catholic Seamen's Club/ 2330 1st Ave., will be the meeting place for the Communion breakfast Sunday, September 9, at 9 a.m. Transportation will be ft:rnished for those needing it to the 9:30 Mass at Fort Lawton. The Rev. John J. Murphy, O.M.I., will celebrate the Mass. The girls will return to the club for breakfast. A donation of $1 is requested. Dominican Mothers Club -- A dessert bridge party will be held Thursday, September 13, at 12:30 p.m. in the Blessed Sacrament parish hall. Catholic Daughters of Ameri- ca -- Court Little Flower will hold its first business meeting Tuesday, September 11, at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 620 University St. Assumption Parish--The altar social will meet Monday, Sep- Brings tember 10, at 1 p.m. in the rec- tory meeting room. The pro- gram will be the study of the liturgy. Young L a d i e s Institute -- Queen Institute will meet Thursday, September 13 and 27 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Marian Club -- Meeting will be held Wednesday, Septem- ber 12, at St. Peter Claver In- terracial Center, 1610 E. Jeffer- son. Members and .friends may greet Sister Mary Barbara who will serve as moderator during the coming year. Bring sand- wiches for luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Holy Name Society -- An- nunciation District will not meet as scheduled September 0. The meeting has been post- poned until October 14 at St. Anthony's, Renton, in order to avoid conflict with the Arch- Rash Of diocesan convention scheduled September 15-16. St. Martin Mothers Club-- First meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. A1 Hugh- banks, 3711 47th Pl. N.E., Tuesday, September 11, at 1:30 p.m. The bridge marathon will be- gin with its first meeting Fri- day, September 7 at 1 p.m. in Assumption Parish hall. Mrs. Bertha J. Conroy and Mrs. Ruby Dore are co-chairmen. Seattle University Guild -- The annual membership tea will be held Thursday, Sep- tember 13, in Marycrest on the SU campus at 2 p.m. The tea honors new and pro- spective members of the Guild. Mrs. Earl L. Smith will re- view "Around the Boric Log" by Rev. John O'Brien. Seattle University Alumni -- The annual election dinner- dance will be held Saturday, TQwer s A WONDERFUL WAY OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE OF RETIREMENT AGE Club September 15, at the Fort Law- ton Officers Club. Association officers and members of the board of governors will be elected. Mrs. James Dignam and Howard Bosanko the co- chairmen for the event. Northwest Student Actors Guild -- The Guild, Composed mainly of students from Cath- olic schools, will present "America Singing" Friday, September 14, at 8:30 p.m. in the Palomar Theater. Tickets are $1.50 and $2 and may be purchased at Lea's Book Store in the University Village or by calling SU 3- 9009. Young Ladies Institute -- Mrs. George Milich from La Mesa, Calif., grand president of the YLI will make official visits to two institutes in the Seattle area next week. She will be honored by Cam- erman Institute, Bremerton, Activ ities Tuesday, September 11, and by drea, St. Cecilia Institute, Seattle, Wednesday, September 12. Dur- ing her visit, Mrs. Milich will also visit institutes in Riehland, Yakima, Vancouver and Port- land. Tacoma Philomathea Club -- The fac- ulty and mothers of freshmen students at Bellarmine High School will be honored at a tea scheduled Tuesday, Sep- tember 11, at 1:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Dale Gaeth, the new president, will introduce Rev. Christopher J. McDonnell, S. J., principal. The Very Rev. Joseph P. Logan, S. J., rector, will speak. St. Rita Parish -- The Holy Name Society will begin their year with a meeting follow- ber 9. Final preparations will ing the 9 a.m. Mass Septem- be made for the parish bazaar to be held in November. St. Leo Parish -- The Altar Society will meet Thursday, September 13, at 12:30 p.m. in the Marian Room of the school. The mothers club will meet Friday, September 14, at 12:30 p.m. in the Marian Room of the school. Sister Marie An- PLEASE VOTE FOR ANDY GRANATIR principal, and Rev. George Purdy, S. J., pastor, will speak. A reception will be held Sep- tember 9 in the parish cafeter- ia to introduce Rev. Francis Harrington, S.J., new assistant pastor of St. Leo's. It will be after the 10:30 a.m. Ms. Catholic Women's C I u b -- Meeting will be held Wednes- day, September 12, at the home of Mrs. Joseph L. Long Jr., 12825 Avenue DuBois, Lake- wood, at 1 p.m. Mrs. Robert R. Weller is the tea chairman. Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica -- First meeting of the season will be Monday, Sep- tember 10, at 7:45 p.m. at the Hotel Winthrop with Mrs. J. V. Maguire, grand regent of Court Tacoma, presiding. Knights of Columbus -- Back to council night is being spon- sored by Council 809 Tuesday, September 11. Dinner will be at 7 at the council hall served by Paul Herbert, chef from the City Hotel. Miss Margaret R. Currid is supporting JACK ENGLAND State Senator 32nd District (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) In the Heart of the Beautiful Willamette Valley--Mr. Angel, Oregon To be assured of the precious right to complete privacy together with an entire sense of security when need arises is everyone's hope. Combine these assurances with the means of enjoying Spiritual as well as social well-being, in a whole- some Catholic atmosphere, and you have the Mr. Angel Towers' idea. CATHOLIC IN ORIGIN, NON-DENOMINATIONAL IN ADMINISTRATION, Mt. 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Graduate Bellarmine High School, attended SeaHle U., law degree from Gonzaga U. Practicing attor- ney since 1949. Veteran of World War II. Active member of Bellarmine Boosters, Associates of Bellarmine. 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, Past President of advisory board of St. Anne's Home. Qualified by education, temperament and character to serve the people as Superior Court Judge. Vote for PAUL J. I, IARIGi Superior Court Judge, Dept. 7 Member St. Rite's Parish, Tacoma (PAID ADVERTISEMENT]