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6--THE PROGRESS , Friday, Sepf. 13, 1963 :i!i:i:; ................... Seven From Archdiocese Enter Providence Heights MOTHER JUDITH, F.C.S.P., provincial superior of the Sister of Charity of Providence is shown greeting new postu- lants from the Seattle Archdiocese at Providence Heights College of Sister Formation. Thirty-five young women were received altogether. The postulants and their parents are (from the left): Sister Feliciana Cerezo, the late Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Cerezo, Philippines; Sister Mary Jane King, Mr. and Mrs. Jack King; Sister Mary Margaret Lang, Mrs. Flor- ence Lang, Sister Carol Chornyak, Mr. and Mrs. William Chornyak, Sister Patrieia Briggs, Mrs. Laura Briggs, Sister Noel ZumBrunnen, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Zumbrunnen, and Sister Mary Louise Welch, Mr. and Mrs. George Welch. All are from Seattle. Praters Michael Nolan [left) and Joseph Mater have pronounced their final vows as Redemptorists. ,o Take Vows As Redemptoris,s OCONOMOWOC, WismTwo young men from the Archdiocese, Frater Joseph Meier of Long- view and Frater Michael Nolan of Seattle, pronounc- ed their final perpetual vows at the Redemptorist Major Sem- inary here September 2. Frater Meier, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Meier careen from St. Rose Parish. He attended grade school there sad then went to the minor seminary in Oakland. After a year at the order's novitiate in De Sara, Mo., he made his temporary vows and began his studies at the major seminary. Frater Major has published several articles in national Catholic magazines such as 'The Ligourian" a n d "Perpetual Help." He has spent his past three summers teaching cate- chism to migrant workers in Wisconsin. Frater Nolan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Nolan attended Sacred Heart School in Seattle and then entered the minor seminary. He has spent his spare time writing v a r i o u s pamphlets and magazine articles. He has been particularly active in promoting vocations to the Red?mptorist Brotherhood and is the author of the pamphlet 'For Men Only." After two more years of theo- logical study the two hope to be o r d a i n e d Redemptorist priests and then work on the West Coast. BIG NEW00 F IR IRE WH] G[1 HIIN ;RY INDAY MONDAY00 UESDAYS The Barb Restauran: s now offering a cam )lefe dinner (on Sundays, Monda/s and Tuesday s only} for ust ;I.95 for adults and .35 for children. And from our famous good kitchen 'ou have our choice of four dellcious entrees plus soup or salad baked ootato, dessert and beverage. Why not treat ,our family this next week7 00ARB 19510 Hiqhway 99 = PR 6-8166 IN BURIEN IN BELLEVUE GL 4-5433 .Seattle's :]dvorit e Is,lily o] ramil'v restaurants Comstock Miners Build Famed Church In 1862 a fine brick structure was the pride of Virginia City, Nevada, and the Comstock Lode miners: St. Mary's in the Mountains. Then, the Catholic Digest states, one of the recurrent fires swept the community. As the fire raced toward the mines, it became apparent that if the church could be dynamited, the mine shafts could be saved. Father Patrick Manogue, later to be Bishop of Sacramento, agreed to save the two -- by destroying his beautiful new church. "They're going to dynamite St. Mary's church!" a be- wildered citizen screamed. "Hang the church!" the miners shouted. "If we can just save the mines, we'll build Father Manogue another church:" They did save the mines; and they did build another more beautiful St. Mary's in the Mountains--the one which stands today as one of Virginia City's top attractions for sum- , mer tourists, Frater De Wilde Professed OLYMPIAFrater Al- bert (Harley) de Wilde, O.S.B., of St. Martin's Abbey, made his solemn pro- fession as a Benedictine monk at a Mass celebrated Septem- ber 9 by Rt. Roy. Abbot Raphael Holder, O.S.B. Completing high school at St. Martin's in 1954, Frater Albert was graduated with great honor from the college here in 1958, with majors in mathe- matics and chemistry. After finishing a year of no- vitiate in the Abbey, Frater took his simple vows as a re- ligious in 1960. He received the clerical tonsure from Abbot Raphael September 2, and the first two Minor Orders Septem- ber 9. He will receive the second two September 14 and will be ordained to the sub- diaconate September 21 in Se- attle. He will be ordained to the priesthood next spring. Frater Albert was bern in Shanghai, China, July 7, 1937. His father now resides in Vic- toria, B.C. Frater will soon re- turn to Mr. Angel Abbey, St. Benedict, Ore., for his final year of theological studies be- fore ordination to the priest- hood. Instant English GOBO, Japan--Taking a driv- ing test is the same the world over, according to Roy. Thomas Dowd, S.S.C., of West Roxbury, Mass. "I had the registry inspector perched on the back of my mo- tor-bike," related the Colum- ban missionary. "We were chatting in Japanese about the weather, world politics and the rice crop. I carefully piloted through small lanes, started on a hill and came to a traffic jam. 'Just enough room to ease through between that bus and dump truck,' I thought. Approaching the tail of the truck, the inspector sensed instant death. "DOWD.SAN, STOP-U!" he cried frantic. ally in his best English. "I got my license," remarked Father Dowd, "but with a cau- tion! ' ' If you haven't been reading The Progress advertisementss r "  Ve  losing money. Development Office Set At Providence Mother Judith, F.C.- S.P., provincial superior of the Sisters of Charity of Providence, has an- nounced the establish- ment of a central development office and the appointment of John P. Greeley as director of development and J. William Tobin as public relations di- rector. The Sisters of Providence are presently involved in a multi-million dollar program of expansion and re-building in their Sacred Heart Province which covers 34 houses in the States of Washington, Alaska, Oregon and California. "The long range development and public relations program," Mother Judith said, "will as- sist the Sisters of Providence in many areas. It is pars- WILLIAM TOBIN 00000000i!iii!iiit ":.:!i:[:N i JOHN GREELEY mount at this time for the Sis- ters to have additional sources of revenue to meet our multi- million dollar indebtedness, to assist in the expansion of many of our houses and to help with the costs of educating our young sisters." Mr. Greeley and Mr. Tobin w r e formerly associated with Community Counselling Service, Inc., an internation- al public relations and fund raising firm with principal offices in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Mr. Greeley was with Com- munity Counselling Service for eight years and was in charge of the West Coast sales and operations with his headquar- ters in San Francisco. In this capacity he played a leading part in the fund raising pro- grams for the Archdiocese of Seattle, the Archdiocese of San Francisco and the Dioceses of Spokane and Santa Rosa. He also consulted on the hospital fund raising campaigns con- ducted for the Sisters of Provi- dence during the past few years. Mr. Greeley is a graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia. He is origin, ally from Westfield, New Jer- sey, and was married recently to the former Jeanne Dooley of New York. The Greeleys reside in St. Teresa parish, Seattle. Mr. Tobin was in charge of public relations for Community Counselling Service in their Empire State Building office. For nine years he supervised hundreds of fund raising and public relations clients throughout the United States and Canada and was also in charge of the firm's advertis- ing and public relations pro- grams. He was formerly asso- ciated with Benton and Bowles Advertising Agency in New York City. A graduate of Manhattan College, N.Y., Mr. Tobin also studied at Fordham University toward a Master's Degree in Fine Arts. Formerly a resident of New York City, Mr. Tobin now resides with his wife, the former Margaret Anne O'Regan of Kent, England, and their daughter in St. Louise parish, Lake Hills. The Sisters of Charity of Providence were founded in 1843 in Montreal by Mother Emilio Gamelin and Bishop Bourget and now is a congre- gation of over 3,000 Sisters embracing seven provinces in the United States and Can- ada. The Sacred Heart Province was established in 1856 in Van- couver, Washington, and today 500 Sisters work as nurses, teachers, care for the poor, abandoned children, the aged and the mentally ill. They also do interracial and cateehetical work. The Sisters of Providence are the second oldest eor- poratinn chartered in the State of Washington (the first was the Northern Pa- cific Railroad) and are one of the largest employers in the state with over 3,000 men and women working in their institutions. The houses of the Sisters in the Archdiocese of Seattle are: Providence Heights College, a division of Seattle University, at Issaquah; Providence Hospi- tal, Seattle; Mt. St. Vincent Home, West Seattle; St. Peter Claver Interracial Center, Se- attle; Holy F a m i 1 y School, White Center; St. Catherine School, Seattle; St. Luke In- firmary, Centralia; Providence Hospital, Everett; St. John Hospital, Port Townsend; Oz- anam Nursing Home, Tacoma; St. Peter Hospital, Olympia; St. Michael School, Olympia; Sacred Heart School, Tacoma; Providence Academy, Vancou- ver; St. Joseph Hospital, Van- couver; and St. Joseph School, Vancouver. The Sisters of Providence also staff Our Lady of Lourdes School, Vancouver, and are part of the staff of Blanchet High School, Seattle. Pope To Consecrate Fourteen Bishops VATICAN CITY, (Radio, NC) --His Holiness Pope Paul VI is expected to consecrate 14 miss- ionary bishops in St. Peter's basilica on October 20 in con- nection withWorld Mission Day. No official announcement has been made of the ceremony but Vatican sources say it will be given special emphasis by the presence of the bishops attend- ing the ecumenical council. Life's problem is not how to make money first but how m make it last. Ten Enter Dominican Novitiate EDMONDSTen pos- tulants were received by the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Dominic, Congre- gation of the Holy Cross at Rosary Heights here August 27. The young women and their parents are: Sharon Park, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Park, Christ the King Parish; LaVerne Baekes, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Backes, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Everett; Patricia Card, Mr. and Mrs. O. Carel, St. Luke Parish, Seattle; Lorene Heck, Mr. and Mrs. F. Heck, St. Alphonsus Parish, Seattle; Sharon Becker, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Becker, St. Thomas More Parish, Lynn- wood; Linda Lee Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simmons, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Everett; Elaine Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lansing, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Ever- ett; Linda Brinck, Mr. and Mrs. R. Brinck, St. Benedict Parish, Seattle; Deanne Gayle, Mr. J. Gayle, St. Joseph Par- ish, Seattle, and Ruth Palmer, Mrs. M. Palmer, St. John Parish, Seattle. Mother Paul New Head Of Student Nurses Mother Paul M sc., has Encyclopedia been named the new d00rector Volumes Ready of the nursing school at St. Frances Cabrini Hospital, re- placing Mother Josephine who is now in New York City. Mother Paul, a native of New York, spent four years at Columbus Hospital there and 10 years at St. Cabfini Hospital, also in New York. This is her first assignment in Seattle although she has been stationed in California previous to this appointment. Mother has announced that this year's class of freshmen student nurses is one of the largest in recent years with 33 girls registered. Classes began August 26. TEN postulants were received recently by the Sisters of St. Dominic at Rosary Heights, Edmonds. The girls are (on stairway, from top to bottom) Sharon Park, LaVerne Backes, Patricia Card, Lorene Hock, Sharon Becker and Linda Lee Simmons. (Bottom row, from left) Elaine Lansing, Linda Brinck and Deanne Gayle. (Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) NEW YORK, (NC) -- "Cy- bernetics" and 'Man in His En- vironment" are the two latest volumes in the Twentieth Cen- tury Encyclopedia of Catholic- ism published here by Haw- thorn Books, Inc. "Cybernetics" was written by Neville M o ra y, lecturer in psychology at the University of Sheffield, England. "Man in His Environment" was written by Joseph Folliet, sociology pro- fessor at Lyons University in France. The volumes sell individually for $3.50, but subscribers to the entire series receive them for $2.50 each. Activities Calendar M a | o r events sponsored by Catholic organiza- tions are listed here. The purpose of the calendar is to a i d in a v o i d i n g conflict of dates in scheduling events. Listings should be sent to The Progress in wrlttug. September 15, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club tea to welcome freshmen parents at St. James Cathedral hall. September 17, 1963---Domini- can Mothers Club annual card party, 12:30 p.m., Blessed Sac- rament Parish htalI. September 17, 1963--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood quarterly tea, 12:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Albert C. Ohman, 1100 Shenandoah Dr. E. September 19, l3--Fashion show will be presented by St. Margaret Guild of St. Brendan Parish, Bothell, at 8 p.m. in the parish hail. September 22, 1963--Sacred Heart Parish, Enumclaw, tur- key dinner, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the parish hall. September 23, 1963---Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood fash- ion show by Littler's, St. Fran- ces Cabrini Circle, Georgian Room, Olympic Hotel, 12 noon. September 28, 1963--Holy Ros- ary Mothers. Club dance Fort Lawton beginning at 9 p.m. September 28, 1963 -- Dinner- dance, St. Mark Parish Hall. September 30 - October 1, l-Sacred Heart Parish, Ta- coma, rummage sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 1517 Pacific Ave. October 1, 1963--Xavier Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Parish hall. October 4, 1963 -- Blanchet Mothers Club d e s s e r t card party, 1 p. m., school dining room. Mothers of seniors hos- tesses. October 6, 1963 -- Silver Tea honoring Sisters of the Holy Names, 2 to 5 p.m., Holy Names Academy. October 7, 1963- Our Lady of the Snows Mission, Sky- komish, annual bazaar. October 9, 1963--Our Lady of the Lake Altar Society lunch- con and fashion show, 12:30 p.m., Town and Country Club. October 15, 1963 -- Seattle University Art League lunch- eon, 12 noon, Seattle Tennis Club. October 15, 13 -- O'Dea ' Mothers Club luncheon and card party 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. I DUCHINE'S GIFT NOOK Complete Line of Catholic Merchandise 2928 COLBY AVE. EVERETT in BREMERTON 3 fine stores to serve you FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the now hospital Westgate Pharmacy ES 7-2110 On the road to the old Hospital Fnrrell's Prescription Pharmacy S30 Sth St ......... ES 7.3753 free parking & prescr|ptlon delivery October 22, 1963 -- Catholic Daughters of America Seminar- ian Burse festival at the Amer. ican Legion Hall. October 23, 1963--Seattle Prep Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall, sponsored by senior mothers. October 27, 1963--St. Joseph Auxiliary dinner, Seattle Uni- versity. November I, 1963 -- Blancher Mothers Club c a r d party, 8 p. m., school cafeteria. November 6, 1963 -- Holy Names Academy Parents Club women's luncheon 12:30 p.m., Washington Athletic Club. November 8, 1963 -- Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood me- morial Mass, 9:30 a.m., Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathed- ral. November 16, 1963--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood Fan- tasy Fair, Student Union Build- ing, Seattle University, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. November 19, 1963 -- 0'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. November 22-23, 1963 -- St. Mark Parish bazaar. November 25, 1963 -- Xavier Club Day of Recollection, 9:30 a.m., Marycrest Chapel. January 26, 1964  Blanchet Mothers Club family dinner, 1 to 6 v. m., school cafeteria. December 4, 1963 -- Seattle Prep Mother Club luncheon and card party sponsored by junior mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. January 6, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood sponsors opening night of "Sound of Mu- sic" Opera House. tAkeview 4-0666 Seattle OlJ[ SUILUiS PRINTIN@ STATIONERY oPlqlE FIIRNITURE I | s Seneca Sweet MAIn 2-1448 TRICK & MURRAY A Happy Reunion At Duchesne SISTER MARIA VERONICA (left), journalism instructor at Holy Names Academy, Seattle, and the daughter of the late William P. O'Connell, editor of The Progress for many years, looks over the publicity board at Duchesne College, Omaha, with Mother Helen Casey of Duchesne, Mr. O'Con- nell's cousin. Sister Maria Veronica was in Lincoln, Nob., attending the national meeting of the Assodation for Edu- cation in Journalism. . ] i , Quad Girls Reported :i:, ? 'Doing Well' JACKSON, Miss. (NC) -- Quadruplet girls bern to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harkins of St. Mary's parish here were reported doing well following their birth at St. Dominic's Hospital. The infants, ranging from three pounds three ounces to four pounds one ounce, were baptized immediately after their birth September 7 by Rev. John Curran, O.P., the hospital chaplain. Harkins said he was "tickled to death." There are five other children in the family, aged 16 months to six years. Mrs. Harkins, noting that her husband runs a food store, commented: "At least we won't starve." St. Dominic's Hospital, where the quadruplets were born, is conducted by the Dominican Sisters of Spring- field, Mo. It is one of three Catholic hospitals in Missis- sippi. Teacher of Piano IDA ZELIKOVSKY GREEN Washington Reg. Music Teacher 75S3 - 34th H.E. Seattle LA. 3-0366 / SH. 6-S286 PECK'S EATING k0mf0rt.aire, inc. 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