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Friday, Sept. 28 1982 THE PROGRESS9 ...... ::/::::;:!:::::.:.i::.i:!:!:.:::::::::i:!:i:::.:.i:::.::::iii::iiii!::::!i!i:.::::i!i:ii::.!:.:ii i    :.i::ii:.!!  i  ::i!:: :!:] : :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ":::::&apos;7-:¢!::?.:::::!: ================================ • ;; '" ' : ::i i E i  i !: ::i:]i ::.:.'."    §<:::] !$:;].']::  : ' !:!:i:::iiii]i : i! '' : CCD Open House In Everett CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Everett, will hold an open house Wednesday, Oct. 3, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the parish hall. Teachers and helpers will be present to meet with the parents. Arranging the program are (front row, from left) Mrs. Blanche Ayer, principal of grade school teachers; A. C. Oczkewicz, vice president; P. J. O'Neill, president, and Mrs. Eva Biesen, principal of high school teachers. (Back row, from left) L. H. Rochon, chairman of the teachers; Rev. Richard Gallagher, spiritual director, and W. J. De Cello, chairman of the helpers. Visual aids and exhibits explaining the CCD work will be presented and refreshments will be served. 00Course In Local Sister Robert Stephens Esthetics At To Leave For Enters Holy St. George's Argentina Cross Fathers A course in esthetic theology will begin Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 8 p.m. at St. George Parish School, 5117 13th Ave. S. Conducted by Rev. Barry Brunsman, O.F.M., the course will cover the origin and na- ture of the spiritual life. It will be every Tuesday evening throughout the school year. "Esthetics is the most noble part of theology because its purpose is to make perfect Christians," Father Barry said in explaining the course. I.lb. 59€ 2-lb. 1.17 6.oz. Instant 79¢ RALPH'S SELECT FOODS 29th So. & McClellan Near Baseball Park PA. 5.3760 Sister Patrice Marie, F.C. S.P., (Mary Margaret Kelly), assistant director of Providence Hospital School of Nursing in Portland a n d daughter of Mrs. Pearl E. Kelly of Seat- tle, has been chosen to be one of seven Sisters w h o will establish their first mis- sion in Argen- SR. PATRICE tina. MARY F.C.S.P. Sister is a graduate of St. Peter Hospital, Olympia. and attended Seattle University in 1952-53. She has been working for a bachelor of science de- gree in nursing education at the University of Portland. One Sister was selected from each of the seven provinces of the Sisters of Charity of Provi- dence in Canada and the United States. Sister is the one chosen from Sacred Heart Province which includes Oregon, Cali- fornia, Alaska and Washington. The Sisters chosen will leave in October from Montreal for a four.month training period in Cuernavaca, Mexico and leave for Argentina in February. Robert J. Stephens0 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Stephens, 8659 Wabash Ave. S., Seattle, is en- rolled at Holy Cross Semi. nary, a college preparatory high school on the campus of the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana. Robert is a graduate of St. ROBERT Paul Grade STEPHENS School. His entrance to the seminary is the first step to the priesthood in the congrega- tion of Holy Cross, the Holy Cross Fathers. Legion Devotions Set At Cathedral Members of the Legion of Mary will participate in devo- tions Saturday, Oct. 6, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Our Lady Chap- el, St. James Cathedral. Mystical Rose Praesidium of Holy Rosary Parish will be in charge. The devotions are held on the first Saturday of each month in answer to requests of Our Lady of Fatima for pray- ers of renaration and devotion. Four New Churches Planned RIVERTON m The ground breaking last Sun- day at St. Thomas Church arked the :e-:nn!ng of con- struction of a new church, cate- chetical center, multi-purpose hall, parish meeting room, par- ish offices and rectory. According to Rev. Anthony Palmarani, pasto,, construction will take about nine months. The contractors are Construct- lion Engineers and Contractors of Tacoma and constructional, mechanical and electric costs will amount to $432,197. The buildings located at S. 142nd and 44th Ave. S. in Riverton Heights, are de- signed by E. L. Mills and Associates of Tacoma. They will cover an .rea of 32,779 square feet. The church will seat 600 persons and the multi-purpose hall w'll serve as parish hall, future school cafeteria and by opening a common wall will provide an additional 300 church seats. The catechetical center, con- sisting of a wing of four class- rooms in the hall, will be the nucleus and the beginning of a parochial school when Sisters are available to form a teach- ing staff. In the meantime, the center will be used for CCD instruction. The meeting room, detached from the rectory, will be used for inquiry classes, small group meetings and additional CCD work. Construction will be of rein- forced masonry and frame walls, concrete floor slabs and glu.laminated beams with wood joists for the roof construction. Interior finish materials will be plaster, masonry and natural finished wood walls. All rooms will be acoustically treated. Exterior finish will be ex- posed buff-colored n o r m a n brick with decorative copper roof fascias. A free-standing tower will be constructed of structural steel supports with partial eop-.r sheatLing and a gold anodized cross. Provisions have been made for the future addition of class- rroms and a convent, and a future permanent church when the church now under construe. tion will be converted into a gymnasium. 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HOLGATE - SEATTLE  3200 NE 4$th LA 3-4900 00Imlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll00. ...................................... / CONSTRUCTION was begun this week on new parish buildings for St. Thomas Church, Riverton. The Rev. An- thony Pahnasani is the pastor. Designed by E. L. Mills and Associates of Tacoma, the project will include a church, catechetical center, multi-purpose hall, parish meeting room and rectory. The buildings will cover 32,779 square feet with provisions made for the future addition of classrooms, a convent and a future permanent church. The catechetical center will be the nucleus for a parochial school when Sisters are available to form a teaching staff. Contractors are Con- struction Engineers and Contractors of Tacoma. PLANS for the construction of a new church and rectory late next spring at St. Michael Parish, Olympia, were an- nounced by Rev. Leonard Rafalowski, administrator of the parish. The new church will house 1,000 persons. Plans are designed by Robert H. Wohleh and Associates of Olympia. OLYMPIA  The Rev. Leonard Rafalowski, ad- ministrator of St. Mi- chael's Parish has announced plans for the construction of a new church and rectory late next spring. The new St. Mi- chael Church will seat 1,000 persons and will replace the .present church that was built in 1919 to accommodate 350 persons. The new church extending east and west is located at the north end of the St. Mi. chael School area now being used as a football field. The rectory will have two stories and a hall in the basement. The church will front on 10th Ave.; the rectory, on Bound- ary St. A covered walkway will con- nect the rectory with the church. Parking will extend over the rest of the football field to llth Ave. Space for cars will be available in the school playg, round and sufficient A fund.raising campaign to raise a minimum of $250,000 toward total construction began September 16 4th Mark Malloy as general chairman and Carl Reder as memorial gifts chairman. space for football will be avail- able. A fund-raising campaign to raise a minimum of $250,000 toward total construction cost began September 16 and will continue for the next six weeks. During this period every par- ishioner will be visited by a pair of campaign workers and asked to sign a pledge for the building fund. In announcing the building program and fund raising campaign, Father urged the prayers and sacrifice of all and said, "Our campaign of- fers every parishioner an op- portunity to display your love and gratitude to God for the many blessings that you have received." Father Rafalowski has chos- en Mark Malloy as general chairman for the campaign, and Carl Reder as memorial gifts chairman. The plans for the new church and rectory are being designed by Robert H. Wohleb and As, sociates, Olympia, Architects  & Engineers. New Parish Center WITH THE APPROVAL of the Most Reverend Arch- bishop Thomas A. Connolly, St. Patrick Church, Dockton, under Ray. Victor Cloquet is undertaking a campaign to raise funds to provide a new parish center on North Vashon Island. The drive, under the direction of Com- munity Counselling Service is in progress, having started September 10. As of September 26, the campaign is about two-thirds complete, with $60,850 committed in pledges. The Archbishop designated the name of St. John Marie Vianney for the new facility. The canvass of the parish started September 16 with Very Rev. Ailbe M. McGrath giving the sermon at the solemn opening. Gotteland and Koczarski are the architects. Pictured above are men of the BUY YOUR DIAMONDS WITH CONHDENCE Unless you are an expert in gemoloy, you probably feel confused about many terms used in connection with diamonds. We will b glad to explain them to you, simply, so that Du alt kn0w exactly what you are buying. Come in n0w, CREDIT -- OF COURSE For Vashon Island parish who are volunteer workers. They are (kneeling, fore left): Cecil Van Geystel, George Schwary, Michael Hatton, Don Crane and Joseph Huber. (Standing, from left): James Dugan Jr., Kenneth Malley, William McMahan, Richard Schwaegler, Charles Welch, Ernest Antonich, James Caraher, George Katica, Wendell Stocks, John Den. ning, Nell Dufort, Charles Kuss, Thomas Weber, Delbert Michaelson, Father McGrath, James Noel, Robert Lande, Anthony Hoffman, Father Cloquet, Warren Mackey, Ernest Criez. Other workers not present include: Edmund Molney, Wallace Ashby, Raymond Phaneuf, Thomas Egness and James Dugan St. Auburn Plans New Church AUBURN -- Plans for the construction of a new church, school and rec- tory at Holy Family Church have been announced by Ray. John Dully, pastor. Plans are out for bids now with construc- tion scheduled to begin in Oc- tober. Property t 17th and F Sis. was purchased over two years ago for the building pro- ject. A parish pledge drive is un- derway with a minimum of $200,000 needed. General chair- man of the campaign is Bob Dietzen with Vern Forslund as cow.hairman. More than 100 m.n have been orgahized to call on the par- ish's more than 700 families. The active phase of the cam- paign is to be completed early in October. The new church will seat 800. The school will contain eight classrooms, administrative of- rices, a social hall with cafe- teria equipment. Parish confer. ence rooms and a rectory are included in the plans, The proposed building pro- gram marks the first expansion of the church since the con- struction of the present church in 1908. Tacoma School Bid Let TACOMA--It has been announced today by the Chancery Office that the the bid for an addition to St. Charles Borromeo Schnol, 7112 S. 12th, has been let to McLinn Construction Company of Ta- coma for $95,533. The Rev. 1: "ward F. McCal- lion is the pastor. The six-room, one-story build- ing is designed by h:cGuire and Muri Architects, Tacoma. Ap- proximately 71x117 square feet the building will be entirely sap- i orate from the present school. The outside wiU'feature brick veneer and the interior will be frame with plaster walls, acous. tic ceiling and asphalt tile for the floors. Heating will te provided by unit ventilators. Other bids received on the school addition were Fitzpatrio. Mcfntyre, $110,990; Ooettling ? Construction Co.i $109,090; Jar- dean Brothers, $115,210: KAM Construction C ,., $112,500; Kors- • mo Brothers, $115,684; Standard i Construction Co., $116,020 and Yerbich Construction, $123,999.