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:.:::.:.::::::x:::::::::::.:::::::.:::.::;::: W W Friday, Sept. 24, 1965---(Second Sectlon)--THE PROGRESS--$ Bled as the bluest annual banquet under Catholic auspices west of the Mississippi is the CYO Dinner, sponsored in late winter by the Carroll Club. ....... All programs of the CYO and those affiliated with if llke Scouting are represented by these leaders Prqgram highlights include +he awarding of the Carroll Club Civic Youth Service Award, +he announcement of +he CYO Teen-Agers of +he Year (the candidates being seated on +he secondary head table) and the presentation of the National CYO Pro Deo et Juventute Medal. Civic Youth Service Award recipients 19- Seattle Park Board and Park De- 19f- Seattle Symphony partment IN3-Boeing Employees Good Neighbor INO- King County Sheriff and Department Fund 1960 - State Parks and Recreation Commis- ItS! -Jewish Community Center sion 19 - Boys Club of Seattle Since 1959 +he Carroll Club Civic Youth Service Award has been given +o an organiza- tion, business firm or industry which has taken constructive means to further the better- ment of youth. The award's llst of recipients reads llke a "who's who" in community life. The 1965 award was presented by he Most Rev- erend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seaffle, to +he Boys Clubs of Seattle. Ac- cepting the handsome plaque is Raymond Cowen {right), Boys Ckrb board presldenf. The announcement of the winner was made by Carroll Club President Harry Ashmore. 'For lighting lamps of challenge for the young' A year-round activity of the Carroll Club is its CYO Teen-Agers of the Month selection. High school youths from throughout the Archdio- cese are interviewed by mem- bers in a scene llke this one being conducted by J. William Tobin [left), selection chair- man; and John P. Greeley. A boy and glrl finalist are picked monthly and advance for further consideration in the club's CYO Teen-Agers of the year scholarship program. The Archdiocese received further acknowledgement in iCs concern for youth when Peter R.. Kesling, named the arch- diocesan CYO's Teen-Age Boy of the Year in 1961, was selected in 1962 the Outstanding Catholic Youth of the US by the National Councff of Catholic Youth. The O'Dea High School graduate, who was then a freshman and is now a senior at the University of Notre Dame, received his national award at the Carroll Club's 1963 CYO Dinner from Mon- signor Frederick J. Stevenson ,era. vo m department director of the National Catholic weltare . reference. Sharing the ' r honor were Archb=shop Connolly and Keshng s parents, M. and Mrs. Arthur R. Kesling of Holy Rosary Parish, Seaffle. One of the hlghllgMs of the CYO Dinner is the announce- ment of +he CYO Teen-Agers of the Year. Receiving con- gratulations from the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, and former Governor Albert D. Rosellinl were 1964 winners Colleen Gallagher of St. Joseph's. Tacoma, and Steven Cawdrey of Assumption, Seattle. Both finalists llke their predecessors and successors receive each a $250 award to be used at a college of their choice. CYO Teen-Agers of the Year 1 -- louaa Cooa, Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle; and Kent Saim- mete, Immaculate, Seattle. 15"/- V'maa Leahy, Holy Ros- ary, Seattle; and Doaakl De. Hu, St. Benedict's, Seattle. lt?--Mary Lee Walsh, St. Paul's, Seattle; and Patrick KJrk, St.. Alphonsus, Sete. 19Sg.--Ann pelschl, St. loseph, Seattle; and Brlu Boulac, St. Michael's, Olympia. 1-Patricla Murphy, Immacu- late Conception, Mount Vernon; tnd Paul Magnano, St. Anne's. Seattle. IN1- Carol J. Daus, Holy Cross, Tacoma; and Peter Kesling, Holy Rosary, Seattle. 1962 - Patricia Lambreeht, St. Paut's, Seattle; and Geae Mc- Grath, St. Benedict's, Seatle. 1961 -Gall Gordon, St. Francis o of Assisi, Seahurst; and Ber- nard Hyde, Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle. 1964- Coileeo GaUagher, St. Jo- seph's, Tacoma; and Stevea Cawdrey, Assumption, Seattle. IN5- Mary Hermann, St. John's, Seattle; and James Gillingham, Assumption, Seattle. Here's to a successf00 :l CYO Camping season... The undersigned members of Congress, State, City and County Officials, are pleased to join. in sponsoring this special C. Y. O. supplement. MAYOR TOLLEFSON & THE TACOMA CITY COUNCIL BURT COLE ssmee of IPabli= LEE KEUKEUIAHN Ir- Commlsicmer JOHN J. O'COHELL ,A4,lonltlr Gl'at THOR TOLLEFSON CHARLES T. DONITH LOUIS BRUNO s Serh-mkt of  I HIIY IIH'R Tacoma LEOHARD L SAWYER Re,peesewlstN, e ZStk MIOIAEL I. GALLAGHER st MNiattte YAllBI R. Iql.ll ROBERT 0'W0t: i RO i11, !"  t4k Di,4t. WmM,q#N JOHN A. PETRlal THOMAS A. PELLET ongres 1st District, Winking.toe LEO SOWERS Imq Covnty Cor,e" lANES I. BARNES & C0. 13549 Am'oe No. IU 4-$01Q FRANK 1'. CONNER Ste  33rd Dist. W SAMUEL SHITH Rep. 37tk District JUDGE ROBERT A. JACQUES TACOMA COUNCILMAN CHARLES I CARROLL 1106 Mun|cipal Ildg. Seattle SENATOR HENRY N. JACKSOH ROBERT MORRIS K=..,g  AmIgtw - TONY STEEN ta cm  GARY 6RANT  OHN O'BRIEN .