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00First Fall Meetings Scheduled By Parishes Bellevue Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica--Court St. Gerard of Over- lake, CDA is planning a "steak and bean" dinner tomorrow ight, Sept. 14, at the Edmund home. The 7 p.m. dinner will be for court members, their husbands and guests and Mrs. Walter Schaefer is chairman. For in- formation call the Attwood home, GL 4-3476. The regular meeting will be held Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Bernard Kaifer will e in charge of me program to ,llow the meeting. Bellinqham Assumption Parish--The Altar Society held its first board meeting and Rev. John C. O'Connell, pastor, spoke on the need for CCD teachers and choir singers. Society meetings are held on :he first Monday of each month 1ith the Communion Mass the Sunday of each month. Officers are Mrs. Robert Lee, president, assisted by Mes- dames Vernon Young, James Roe and Lyle Desmul. Carnation St. Anthony Mission--A ham dinner will be held Sunday, Sept. 22, from 12 to 6 p.m. in the church basement. Tickets are $1.50 for adults; 75 cents for children six to twelve and children under six free. Family tickets may be purchased for $5. Enumclaw Sacred Heart Parish--A tur- key dinner will be served Sun- day, Sept. 2, in the parish hall from 11:30 a,m. to 6 p.m. Adults are $1.50 and children under 12 are 50 cents. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Olympia Oblates of St. Benedict--Meet- ing is scheduled Sunday, Sept. 15, at 4 p.m. at St. Martin's Abbey. Seattle St. Anne Parish--The Mothers Club will meet Wednesday. Sept. 18, at 1 p.m. in the school hall. Nursery service for children 18 months and older will be pro- vided. A "friendly uniform ex- change" will be held at the same time. Anyone that has or needs good used school, Camp- fire, scout or athletic uniforms is urged to attend. Third Order of St. Francis, St. George Fraternity -- Members will make a pilgrim- age to St. Peter Mission Church at Suquamish this Sunday, Sept. 15. Members will attend Mass at their own parishes and those I going by chartered bus must be at the Colman Ferry Termin- al, Pier 50, foot of Marion St., by 11:30 a.m..at the latest. Those driving can come any- time. Luncheon will be served at 2 p.m. at the Suquamish Com- munity Hall, and there will be exhibits of Indian work and a program. The pilgrimage will close with a short talk and Benediction in St. Peter's. All proceeds will be used to help build a small chapel at La Libertad on the Island of Negros in the Philippines where two Franciscan priests Father Cyprian, and Father Clifford are working. Order of Martha -- Meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lucy Stulle, 1610 Second N. St. Alphonsus Parish--The Altar Society will meet Tues- day, Sept. 17, at 12:30 p.m. in the church meeting room. Host- esses will be Mesdames John Nelson, John H. Peden and Rose K. Goiney. Association for Catholic Child- hood--The September quarterly tea will be held Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 12:30 p.m. at the Broad- moor home of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. O h m a n, 100O Shenandoah Drive E. Honored guests will include Mesdames J. L. Carroll, Robert Moody, Joseph Zimmer, Bruce Hawkins and Joseph Holleman. Also being honored are the re- vived Maude Rogers and Mary O'Connor Circles as well as the newly-formed circles of Rae Blethen, C1 a r a Trate, Irene Weber, L o u i s e McEvoy and Veronica Olwell. There will be cars at the gate- house to take those members arriving by bus to the Ohman residence. "Dominican Mothers Club---A dessert card party will be held Freshman Orientation Set At SU Although classes do not begin at Seattle Uni- /ersity until Thursday, st. 26, newcomers to campus will begin arriving Friday, Sept. 20, when the dormitories open. Six days of examinations, seminars and social functions will follow including the fol- lowing events: 1) Sophomore committees will meet arriving freshmen the airports, bus and train depots throughout September 20 and that evening there will be a Hootenanny in Bellar- mine Hall for all dormitory fresh; 2) Friday and Saturday eve- nings, Teatro lnigo will pre- sent "Ring Round the Moon" aht 8:15 p.m. at their little eater; 3) Saturday the Washington Pre-College Guidance Test will be given all entering freshmen; 4) The Freshmen Beanie Ball will be held Saturday beginning at 9 p.ha. Live music will be featured; 5) The Very Ray. A. A. L e m i e u x, S.J., university resident, will be host at the resident'a reception in Bel- larmine Hall from 2 to 4 Sun- day afternoon; 6) Monday morning Father Lemieux will welcome the freshmen at a convocation in Pigott Auditorium after which the fresh will take vocational motivation tests and, in the af- ternoon, boys will attend an ROTC Assembly followed by a meeting with the deans of the schools; 7) Monday will also bring meetings wi t h department heads and an open house at The Spectator, the student newspaper. At 6 p.m. the freshman b a n q u e t will be served in the Chieftain with a mixer and variety show fol- lowing. 8) Tuesday the annual Orien- tation Mass for freshmen will be offered in St. James Cathed- ral. Returning students will reg- ister Tuesday and freshmen registration starts Wednesday; 9) Tuesday evening the man- datory reading program discus- sions will begin at 6:30 p.m. Upperclassmen will lead the discussions; 10) Classes begin Thursday morning. Dr. karson Head Of SU Socioloqy Dept. DR. FATHER LARSON GOODWIN Dr. Robert J. Larson, asso- ciate professor of sociology at Seattle University, has been named head of the Sociology department succeeding Rev. James P. Goodwin, S.J., Rev. Frank B. Costello, academic vice president, announced. Father Goodwin has been assigned to the Jesuit semin- ary at Mount Saint Michael near Spokane where he will serve as spiritual director for tile seminarians. He has been a member of the faculty at Seattle University since 1950 when he received his master's degree in sociology from Har- vard. Dr. Larson is a 1949 Seattle University graduate. He re- ceived a master's degree from Fordham and a Ph.D. from the University of Washington. He has been in the department since 1952. New SU Education Instructors Named Dr. Winfield S. Fountain, act- ing dean Of the SU School of Education, has announced the appointment of two new faculty members. They are: Dr. Mary Hamil- ton, associate professor of ed- ucational psychology, and Dr. Ronatd J. Rousseve, associate professor of educational guid- ance. Dr. Hamilton is director of Guidance Services in the Wash- ington State Office of Public In- struction. Dr. Rousseve received his doctorate from Notre Dame and has been director of the College Counselling Center at Prairie View A. and M. College, Prairie View, Tax. at Blessed Sacrament Parish gym Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 12:30 p.m. Tickets for $I are available at the door and all are requested to bring their own cards. Chair- man is Mrs. R. A. Willison. Seattle University Guild--Mrs. Winston D. Brown has been named president of the board With the following officers also named: Mrs. Roy Roberts, first vice president; Mrs. John W. Schille, second vice persident;'Miss Jane Sellen, secretary, and Mrs. B. J. Skahill, treasurer. The two new board members Mrs. Michael Dederer and Mrs. Talbott Carroll. Tacoma Third Order of St. Francis-- St. George Fraternit, Tacoma branch, will be meeting this Sunday, Sept. 15, at St. Pat- rick Church with the novice class beginning in the school at 2:30 p.m. Chapter meeting will also be at 2:30 in the church hall and choir meeting wilt be in the church at 3:30 with Rev. Angelo Cardoza, O.F.M. officiating. Siena Club-Meeting will be Thiarsday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Neal C. Gregory, 1001 N. 11th. There will be a discussion of current topics and a review of "Clement XIV and the Suppression of the Jesuits" (E.E.Y. Hales) by Mrs. James H. Egan. St. Rita Parish--St. Francis Sodality will meet Thursday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m., in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Mes- dames James Aquino, Gens Teodoro and Carl Benson. Oblates of St. Benedict--Meet- ing is scheduled Sunday, Sept. 15, at 3:30 p.m. at Visitation Church. Variety Is Keynote Of Puyallup Fair PUYALLUP -- Variety is the keynote of exciting entertain- ment for all ages that will put the "fun-for-all" in the Western Washington Fair here again this year. This Fair's 60th season starts Saturday, September 14, and the traditional nine-day show runs through Sunday night, -September 22. The array of top-flight fea- ture attractions is deemed "the best we've put together since World War II," according to J. H. McMurray, secretary- manager. He called attention to the firewo/'ks spectacular every night, the only such event of major scope and showman- ship scheduled in the region under terms of new state laws. Entries from all over the state are in competition for ribbons or cash in hundreds of categories--farm produce, live- stock, poultry, pets, cookery, sewing; handicrafts and hob- bies, the arts--that are the time-honored foundation of all fairs. Commercial displays by busi- ness and industry, showing a substantial increase this year, and eating foods and confec- tions of every description con- stitute the enjoyable activities ranking next in popularity with "children up to a hundred years old," McMurray said. Special attractions, staged by an imposing roster of top-flight professional talent, guarantees everybody a memorable good time that has come to be ex- pected by local fair-goers since the classic was founded in 1900. Headlining a one-act va- riety bill of both European a n d American performing artists are the Great Wal- lendas, high-wire stars and circus royalty of international fame who have lost six of their members in tragic mid- show accidents within the last two years. Fast-paced and thrilling, the grandstand shows will be staged every afternoon and evening, and Happy Kellerns, well-known clown, will be back again to entertain young and old alike. Dinner Set At St. John's New Parish Hall A prime rib dinner served by candlelight will be the first social function planned for the new St. John Parish hall to be dedicated Sunday, Sept. 22. The dinner will be held from 5:30 to 9 p.m. that evening and Jay CuRer, head chef for the Ballard Elks and Ed Workman, chef at Crawford's Seafoods Restaurant, will be in charge. The price will be $3 per per- son and the public is invited to attend the dinner and tour the new gymnasium-hall at St. John's. Walter ,1.. Talbot is gen- eral chairman. + 4. Fr;day, Sp. 13, Iq63 THE PROGRESS--7 St. Brendan Show Set PLANNING a style show of fashion patterns as well as ready-to.wear clothes are (from the left) Mesdames Robert Bader, Bernard Botz and Judith Watt of St. Margaret Guild of St. Brenden Parish in Bothell. The show will be held Thursday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Ad. mission is 50 cents and includes refreshments. Mrs. Botz and Mrs. Rod Studhy are co-chalrmen. Fourth Degree Formal A PATRIOTIC centerpiece with miniature flags was shown by Mrs. John Cantrill of Bellevue to Harry F. Naehr (cen- ter) and Mr. Cantrill for use in the James Shields General Assembly of the Knights of Columbus' Fourth Degree an- nual fall formal installation dinner-dance Saturday, Sept. 14, in Sand Point Country Club. Festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. Music will be by the Tony Brucker Trio. Timothy H. Ham, Jr., is the new faithful navigator. Naehr is dinner- dance chairman. GYMNASIUM and AUDITORIUM SUNDAY, SEPT 22 at 5 P.M. NORTH 79th & 1st AVE. N.W. followed by the DEDICATION DINNER (PRIME RIB OF BEEFAND "THE WORKS") This will be a gala occasion you can't afford to miss! Everybody Is Invited THE DINNER--will be prepared and served by the well-known Chef Mr. "Jay" Culter and his staff -.and Candle Light with Organ Music by Gene Smith It's All Quite Informal--Come as you are! DONATION: s3 PER PERSON . NURSERY SERVICE Will Be Provided in the SCHOOL HALL -- mlm FOR FURTHER INFORMATION-- Phone: SU 4,0409 SU 3.0646 SU 4.4395 :! WATCH FOR THE SPECIAL ST. JOHN'S SECTION IN NEXT FRIDAY'S PROGRESS % t