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F,!dy, Sept 14, t96 THE PROGRESS7 i Providence Postulants Pose At Issaquah Novitiate 39 Girls Enter Providence Order ISSAQUAH--At private ceremonies held Septem- ber 8, Mother Judith, F. C.S.P., provincial superior of Providence Heights Novitiate received 39 postulants into the of Charity of Provi- girls, their parents and hometowns as shown in the picture above are: BACK ROW, (from left); Sister Feline Afinidad, Mr. and Mrs. Nicasio Afinidad, Iloilo, Philippines; S i s t e r Beverly Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Francis D u n n, Pacoima, f.; Sister Dolores Brad- Mr. and Mrs. William radley, Philadelphia, Pa.; Sister Teresa White, Mr. and Mrs. John White, North Hollywood, C a I i f .; Sister Jean Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Thorpe, Spokane; Sister Patricia Clemen, Mr. Mrs. Henry Clemen, Sister Anita Zimmer, Mr. and Mrs. William Zim-  mar, Spokane; Sister Diane Weld, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wald, Portland; Sister Eliza- beth Kay Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul Marshall, Seat- tle; and Sister Loretta Zim- ny, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Zimny, Waseca, Minn. THIRD ROW: (from left): Sister Brenda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly, Tacoma; Sister Lila Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walker, Everett; Sister Berniece Doebele, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doebele, Kelso; Sister Judith Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Paulson, Seattle; Sister Dolores Mau- bach, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maubach, Vancouver, Wash. Sister Mary Catherine Heck, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heck, Sunnyside, Wash.; Sister Mag- dalena Alejandro, M r. an d Mrs. Rufino Alejandro, Rizal. Philippines; S i s t e r Carolyn Monaghan, Mr. and Mrs. John Monaghan, North Hollwood, Calif.; Sister Mary Ann Noren, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Noren, Vancouver, Wash.; Sister Jan- ice Gallagher, Mrs. Owen Gal- lagher, Tacoma. SECOND ROW (from left): Sister Mary Beth Paterson, Mr. and Mrs. James Peter- son, Omaha, Nab.; Sister Susan Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett F I y n n, Missoula, Mont.; Sister Nancy Jones, Mrs. Lucille Jones, Seattle; Sister Frances Carden, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carden, Butte, Mont.; Sister Avelita Formeloza, Mr. and Mrs. Cresencio Formeloza, Nag- carlan, Philippines; S i s t e r Dolores Huet, Mr. and Mrs. Dalmacio H u e t, Casiguran, Philippines; Sister Carolyn Penberthy, M r. a n d Mrs. Walter Penberthy, G r e a t Falls, Mont.; Sister Sharon Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Des- mend Smith, Seattle; Sister :i :: b! St. Louis U !   Sisters Division .... Following the leadership of Style Show Set At St. Brendan's ST. MARGARET GUILD of St. Brendan Parish, Bothell, resenting a style show Thursday, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. in arish hall. Styles for women and children will be seen ring fabrics from Penney's, and made from Advance, McCalls, Simplicity and Vogue patterns. Planning materials and patterns for the show are (above, from left) Mrs. Ray: Schaaf, Laurie Sundstrom and Mrs. R. D. Studley, general chairman.--(Photo courtesy of Northshore Citizen) Seattle University and Provi- dence Heights College of Sis- ter Formation in Issaquah, St. Louis University and the Sis- ters Adorers of the Most Precious Blood of duma, Ill., have announced the formation of a new division within the university devoted exclusively to the education of young Sisters. The project is another in- spired by the Sister Formation movement, a cooperative ven- ture of American sisterhoods to bolster the academic, spiri- tual and professional prepara- tion of their members. The seven-year-old movement is responsible for widespi-ead changes in the training of Sisters, most notably through the effort to have all Sisters receive a college education be- fore they undertake t h e i r teaching or other posts. Prey. iously, many Sisters attended colleges  mdy during summer sessions. Providence H e i g h t s, dedi- cated in 1961, is a cooperative venture of five communities. The program in St. Louis will offer five y e a r s of courses leading to a bachelor's degree granted by the university. The new division will have two centers, a new two mil- lion, six-story building on the St. Louis campus and the sis- terhood's present motherhouse in duma, about an hour's driv- ing time from St. Louis. Mary Vandeberg, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Vandeberg, Miss- oula; Sister Judith Deemer- dis, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Desmarais, Moxee, Wash. FRONT ROW: (from left): Sister Cecilia Montoya, Mr. and Mrs. Geronimo Montoya, Manila, Philippines; Sister Lily Mabanglo, Mr. and Mrs. Arc- adio Mabanglo, Seattle; Sister Leonar Barrion, Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Barrion, Tad[ Bat- angos, Phillippines; S i s t e r Karen Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. James Mat+hews, Denver, Colo.; Sister Lucila Santos, Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Santos, Pasay City, Philippines; Sister Josefa Aquino, Mr. and Mrs. Severe Aquino, Caloocan, Phi]ipines; Sister Annette Seubert, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Seubert, Sprague, Wash.; Sister Virginia Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton, Sun Valley, Calif.; and Sister Dolores Origeneza. Mr. and Mrs. Inocencio Origeneza, Manila, Philippines. Attends Meet In Atlanic City Father Muehe The Rev. Dennis F. Muehe, director of Catholic Charities for the Seattle Archdicese, is in Atlantic City, N.J. for the 48th annual Conference of Catholic Charities, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and (for the first time) the Association of Ladies of Charity. The meeting (which opens today) runs through September 18. Also in the delegation from Seattle and Catholic Children's Services are Bill McCarthy, Miss Genevieve Nelson a n d Miss Joan Kawaguchi. John Peluso from the St. Vincent de Paul Society is also in atten- dance. ELEVEN YOUNG WOMEN entered the postulate of the Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St, Thomas Aquinas at Mount St. Dominic, Tacoma, August 15. They are (front row, from left) Brigid Reilly, Ireland; Anne Nugent, Ireland, Frances Browne, Ireland, Carolyn Bow- man, Tacoma and Barbara Felon, Yakima. (Second row, i I-lb. 59 2.lb. 1.17 6-oz. Instant 79 RALPH'S SELECT FOODS 191h So. & McClellan Neor Ilmeball Pak PA, 6-3760 Benefit Slated For Local Lay Missionaries A benefit dance will be held from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Satur- day, Sept. 15. in the American Legion Hall, 911 N.E. 50th St., for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Toohey, lay nlissionaries. Toohey and his wife, Mary Ann, both from Blessed Sacra- men Parish. will work in Co- chabamba. Bolivia, with Mary- knoll Fathers the next three ycars. The Iwo Seattle University alumni have been in training in Los Angeles for the past year with the Lay Mission Help- er Association of the Propaga- tion of the Faith. Toohey will manage a Cath- olic education and information radio station while his wife teaches school. The benefit will afford the couple to purchase a sturdy and rugged vehicle for Boliv- ia's mountainous and wet ter- rain. Spearheadilg the dance are their former associates in the Christian Family Movement. Theme will be "Tooheys Boliv- ia Btst." Donation is $4 per couple, announced Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lewis, co-chairmen. Eleven Enter Dominican Order from left) Karen Ouse, Seattle, Susan Mcnig, Ellensburg, Lucille deMaria, San Diego and Christianne White, Seattle. As participants in the Sister Formation program, the postu- lants will begin college classes at Mount St. Dominic the lat- ter part of September. Mass Schedule For San Juan Islands Set The Mass schedule for visitors to the San Juan Islands from the first Sun- day of October through May has been announced by Rev. Paul Auer, pastor of St. Mary Church, Anacortes. Mass at Friday L'arbor on San Juan Island will be ev- ery Sunday at 8:30 a.m.; Mass at Rosario Lodge on Orcas Island at 11:30 a.m. and Mass at the Ebb Tide Inn at Fisherman's Bay on Lopez Island will be at 4 p.m. This is the schedule which will be observed barring heavy fog, snow or stormy weather conditions which would hamper safe plane or boat travel for Father Auer. WEEK-END SPECIAL! at your favorite... Fresh Tablerffe Quality WHOLE FRYL00RS + 35' Prices Effective Friday & Saturday, Sept. 14 and 15 CHARLOTTE JOANNE FORD SCHOOL OF THE DANCE --MONDAYS ONLY-- i tk;blrn' s__.._ .. Tke,,ter_: Begins I THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD... 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