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6--THE PROGRESS Friday, Sept. 14, 1962 hSbV s Frank Jaspers Celebrat, "" Si th W ddi g A so Years ,numc/aw xtie e n nniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Sacred HeartParish--The ELMAMr. and Mrs. Shasky, 2550 G i I m a n annual turkey dinner will be Frank Jasper, 1212 Maizl Drive West, will observe held Sunday, September 23, from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in St., renewed their wed- their 50th wedding anniversary the parish hall. ding vows at 11 a.m. Mass Sunday at the 9:30 a.m. Mass Tickets are $1.50 for adults Sunday, September 9, in St. at St. Margaret Church, the and 50 cents for children under Joseph Church with Rev. F.X. same church they were mar- 12. The ladies of the parish Murphy officiating. The occa- ried in Sept. 18, 1912. under chairman, Mrs. B. M. sion marked, the couple's 60th Mr and Mrs. Shasky will be McHugh, extend a cordial in- wedding anniversary, honored at a reception for role- vitation for all to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper, the tives and friends at St. Mar- parents of 11 children, were garet hall the same day from 2 Everett married September 9, 1902, in to 4 p.m. Providence Hospital C h i l- Chippewa Falls, Wis., where They have five children: Bar- dren's Association-- A benefit they lived until 19t0. They nard, Everett; Mrs. Margaret dinner-dance is scheduled to- moved west to Coeur d'Alene, Strathdee, George, Mrs. Albert morrow night, Sept. 15, at the Ida., and in 1918 they moved (Helen) Vangel and James, all Everett Golf and Country Club. to Hoquiam. There they re- of Seattle. There are 11 grand- Dinner will be from 7:30 to sided until 1931 when they children and two great grand- 10 p.m. with dancing from 9 moved to a farm near Elma on children, to 1 a.m. Mrs. P. C. Koutlas Strawberry Hill. In 1948 they Also present for the celebra- and Mrs. Gerald Crane are established their present home. tion will be Mrs. Shasky's sis- co-chairmen. All their children are living ter, Mrs. Harold Danielson who Young Ladies Institute -- and live in the Pacific North- was maid of honor at the Business meeting will be held west. They have 34 grandchil- wedding. Thursday, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. dren and 10 great-grandchil- Frank Shasky was born in in the Knigbts of Columbus dren. All members of the faro- Perham, Minn., and came to Hall. Orders are now being fly were present at the Mass. Seattle when he was 18 years taken for decorative poodles. A reception in honor of the day old. His wife was born in War- For information c a 11 Mrs. was held in the Eagles Hall. ertown, S. D., and came to Arme ones, EL 3-6302 or Mrs. Washington at the age of nine. Alan White, AL 9-2707. Altar They met at St. Margaret Church and have lived almost I At Lynden all their married life at their home on Gilman Drive. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jasper Consecrated Shasky retired from the Great F th LYNDEN -- The Most Rev- Northern Railway in 1958 after - a er Treacy To Begin trend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., 49 years of service. He is a r Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, member of the Kinghts of   "- . P C C ?f presided Saturday at the sl" Clumbus" re ana o e ences Dine consecration of the altar  " in the new St. Joseph Church Mission To A pro-Cane course for those The Psychology_ of Man and here. __ contemplating marriage will be Woman by Ray. Barry Bruns- The consecration was the Begin At conducted by Rev. William man, O.F,M,, "A Doctor Looks first p u b I i c ceremony per- .Treacy at Ozanam Hall, 410 at Marriage' discussed by Ray formed in the still-to-be com- St. P(trick's Marion St., Seattle, beginning Clark, M.D., "Family Finan- plated church. The structure, The Rev. Philip Lucid, S.J., IL I Friday, September 21, at 8 p.m. ces" at which Father Treacy seating 275, is part of a $167,- of the Jesuit Mission Band, will and continuing for the five Fri- and Father Barry with two 838 parish plant building nro- conduct the mission beginning Seattle days following, married couples will discuss gram, which also includes a this Sunday, St. Peter Parish--The Altar The first lecture will be on buying or renting a home, the parish hall and rectory. Sept. 16, at St. Society will have a smorgas- courtship and engagement; the working wife and installment The Ray. James van Gogh, Patrick Pc- bord dinner Sunday, September second on Christian married buying, pator, was celebrant of the rish, according 23, in the parish hall from 4 to love; the third on "What Is At the final session the mar- first Mass on the new a:tar, to Rev. Mich- 6 p.m. Price of admission is Love?". riag ceremony itself will be The Rev. Joseph Doogan was eel Murtagh, $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for Following talks will include explained, deacon; Rev. David White, sub- pastor, children under 12. ................. deacon; Rev. Joseph Erny and The mission For reservations call Mrs. STARTING SATURDAY! Rev. James Mallahan, chant- will run one Jean Campbell, PA 5-1249 or ers; and Rev. Stephen Szeman, week opening Mrs. I. Rantucci, EA 4-5587. WESTERN WASHINGTON master of ceremonies, all of at 7:30 p.m. Seattle. - Sunday w i t h St. Luke Parish--The Mothers The Bishop placed in the FATHER evening exer- Club will give a tea Sunday, sepulcher of the altar the relics LUCID cises at 7:30 September 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. of Saints Faustus and Beata, and daily Mass at 6,7 and 8 for the Sisters and lay teachers Roman Martyrs. a.m. Father Lucid will preach of the school. Mothers Club at all the Masses September board members will act as hos- Grants for Research 16 and 23 as well as each eve- tesses. All parents of St. Luke ST. LOUIS, (NC)--Stipends ning and during the morning School children are invited to totaling $28,800 h a v e b e e n Masses. attend. awarded the St. Louis Univer- Young L a d i e s Institute-- PLUP sity School of Medicine for the New I-Ios#tal Queen Institute will hold a rum- support of 12-week research To Be Built mage sale Saturday, September studies to be conducted by 44 SPOKANE, Wash., (NC) -- 15, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the SER= |o'nl otltl medical students. The research A $3,400,000 general hospital Pike Place Market. stipends were awarded by the to be operated by the Domini- St. Alphonsus Parish -- The U. S. Public Health Service, can Sisters of Kettle Falls, Altar Society will have a rum- Plan to see it ally Lederle Laboratories, Men- Wash., will be built here. mage sale Thursday, Friday santo Chemical Company and It will be a 150-bed institution and Saturday, September 20, 21, 2 GRANDSTAND the university's biochemistry to be named Holy Family Hos- and 22 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at S HOW S D AI LY committee on grants, pital. 6407 Roosevelt Way across from Sears. St. Anne Parish- The Mothers Club will hold its first Dinners, Meetings, Teas, Sales Set ous churches of the Archdio- cese. Oblates of the Seattle area will meet at Assumption Church at 3 p.m. The Tacoma oblates will meet at Visitation Church at 7:30 p.m. Those re- siding near St. Martin Abbey will meet in the abbey chapel at 4:15 p.m. and those in Port Angeles will meet at Queen of Angels Church at 7:30 p.m. Shelton oblates will meet at St. Edward Church on the second Sunday. Order of Martha -. Meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. John Koehnen, 1919 Ist N. Irish-American Club-- Reg- ular meeting will be today, Sept. 14, at the clubhouse, 2336 15th Ave. S. St. Joseph Parish--The Guild will have a tea and reception honoring Rev. Leo Eckstein, S.J., pastor and his assistants Sunday, Sept. 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the parish ball. Chair- man of the tea is Mrs. Arthur Wicks. Friends of St. Peter Claver Interracial Center --The first full membership meeting of the new year will be held Friday, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. in the St. Peter Claver Center hall, 17th and Jefferson. Those interested in joining this group are asked to attend. The new panel of officers will be installed, according to Ernest J. Piro, outgoing presi- dent. The Very Rev. Cornelius Power is spiritual director. For further information call EA 5-4465. T=com= Third Order of St. Francis-- An hour of recollection will be held Sunday, September 16, be- ginning at 1 o.m.,at St. Patrick Church. Novices will meet at 2 p.m. in the rhool and the chapter meeting will be held in the basement of the church at 2: 30. The Rev. Jordan Donovan, O.F.M., will officiate at the conference and Benediction at 3 in the church. Council meet- ing will follow. St. Rita Parish -- The St. Francis Sodality will m eat Thursday, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Bertucci and Mrs. Frank Bal- sano. St. Leo Parish -- A solemn high Mass was offered Wed- nesday on the occasion of the golden jubilee of St. Leo School. The Rev. George Pur- dy, S.J., was the celebrant. The student body sang the Mass. Siena Club -- Meeting will be Thursday, Sept. 20, at the home of Mrs. August Von Boecklin, 4117 Madrona Way. Christian Bros. 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September 23, 1962--Annual turkey dinner, Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Enumclaw, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. September 29, 1962-- Mid- night buffet presented by St. Mark Parish in the hall. October 2, 1962--Xavier Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. October S, 1962 -- Blanchet M6thers Club dessert card party and program 1 p.m. school dining room. Senior mothers will hostess. October 7, 1962--Silver Tea honoring the Sisters of the Holy Names, 2-5 p.m. at Holy Names Academy. October 16, 1962 -- 0 ' D e a November 2, 1962--Blancher Mothers Club dessert card party 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Junior mothers will hostess. November 3, 1962--Rummage sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., school hall of Christ the King Parish. November 3-4, 1962 -- Mount "irgin Parish Bazaar. November 4, 1962 -- The sixth annual dinner for the benefit of the Carmelite Nuns will be held at the Seattle Un- iversity Student Union bulid- ing at 6:30 p. m. November 13, 1962 -- Fall fashion show sponsored by the sodality of Christ the King Parish, 8 p.m., school hall. November 14, 1962 -- O'Dea Mothers Club memorial Mass, 11 a.m. in St. James Cathe- dral. November 14, 1962 -- Bazaar at the Home of the Good Shep- herd, afternoon and evening. November 16, 17 1962--- Par- ish bazaar at St. Mark Church. November 17, 1962--01d Time Harvest Dance sponsored by the St. Joseph Ladies Guild in the social hall. November 27, 1962 -- O'Dea meeting of the year Wednes- 87 Awards Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Jo- Mothers Club luncheon and day, September 19 at 1 p.m. in The Christian Brothers wines seph hall. Senior mothers hos- card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Jo- the parish hall. Mothers are received a combined total of tesses, seph hall. Junior mothers hos- asked to bring school, scout 87 awards at the recent 1962 October 17, 1962---Association tesses. and athletic uniforms for the California State and Los An- for Catholic Childhood, Fan- December 1, 1962- Blessed Friendly Uniform Exchange geles County Fairs, more tasy Fair, l0 a.m. to l0 p.m., Sacrament Mothers Club dance. Sale which will be held after awards than were won by any Norway Center, 300 3rd W. December 2, 196Z---Father- the meeting. . other winery. Included in these October 21, 1962- Smorgas- Daughter breakfast sponsored Oblates of St. Benedict-- awards were 42 Gold Medals herd dinner sponsored by by the Men's Club of St. Mark Monthly meetings will resume and first-place awards, inehd- Blessed Sacrament Mothers Church. Sunday, September 16, in vari- ing a special award for Pinot Club at the gym. December 5, 1962 -- Seattle Noir equivalent to a best-of- October 24, 1962 -- Seattle Prep junior luncheon at 12:30 '-%% show award. Official wine judgings are Preparatory School senior p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. December 7, 1962- Card held on the basis of "blind Joseph Social Hall. party at 8 p.m. in the school tastings", which means that the hall of Christ the King Parish Oain judges cannot see either the October , 12 -- St. Mar- sponsored by Morning Star dy % label orthebettleshapeofany gareL Parish Mothers Club Kid- Guild. Lee sample submitted, dies' Karnival, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., December 12, 1962 -- O'Oe church hall. Mothers Club Christmas Party Thing [ .Anne =10etober00-27,19600-St. Luke honoring the teachers at, S Parish bazaar, parish auditor- p.m. in the high school, ium, N. 175th and Dayton N. December 13, 1962---Christmas For I | k:tober27,1992---Danceat Tea andGiftSale, St. Joseph I HARRY P. AROI.D I Fort Lawton sponsored by Guild in the social hall of the H" L(,/ I IAN I'llqlG  I (ueen ef Peace Guild' Christ rmd sh. |  eml ==1111=: I the Iing Parish. December 16, 1962--Christmas sale by Blessed Sacrament  ' D'IIBII' 111N611 I " hall. Mothers Glub at tha ahurdl | mm WA]rlq$ I ,lanuary 19, 1963 -- Mother- - co,s,s unou,, .os,u. ] (N.AINIW/II! I daughter luncheon and style 4ssz ualveJr wv I Sll Fine St., SNtfle II show, Christ the King Parish ,,, SeArRt S Me. 2.03U  MA. -S033 I school hall, noon. January 20, 1963 -- Blnnchet Mothers Club family dinner, 1-6 p.m. in the cafeteria. BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES January 22, 196- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and 38fh and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 card party, 12:30 p.m. Sopho- more mothers hostesses, LARSEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA LAkeview 4-0666 February 20, 196 -- Seattle NEW AND USED PLICL  Prep sophomore lnncheon at l  Seattle 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. 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