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--THE PROGRESS Friday, Oct. 5, Silver Tea Meetings Highlight Here Next Week Th,s Sunday Bel]inqham Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women--The N o r t h e r n Deanery will meet Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Sacred Heart Parish hail, 1111 14th St. Lunch will be served preced- ed by the I1 a.m. board meet. inD. The Rev. Patrick O'Brien, northern deanery moderator, will be guest speakcr. The Rev. Thomas R. Hanley, pastor, will welcome the guests. For reservations call Mrs. Frank Repanich, 916 13th St., Bellingham, RE 4-0973. Chehalis St. Helen Hospital--ln order to help finance a 46-bed addi- tion to the hospital, the Domi- nican Sisters, employees, hos- pital auxiliary and volunteer men's groups are sponsoring a Fall Festival today and tomor- row, Oct. 5 and 6, at 1080 BoleS- fort and a dinner from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, in St. Joseph Parish hall. There are booths featuring gardening equipment, used ar- ticles, handmade goods, chil- dren's clothes, parcel post booth as well as refreshments. ,%2 DurocherClub Trinity College President Sound easterly a 1 o n g N.W. 2OJth and north to 205th to let Ave. N.E., thence south to N. 145th and extension there- of to Puget Sound, thence along the shore to the point of beginning. Blanchet High School -- The Mothers Club will begin a se- ries of panel discussions on "The Blanchet Image" at their regular monthly meetings. The first question "Why a Catho- lic High School?" will be dis- cussed Monday, Oct. 8, at 7:45 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Panelists for t h e October meeting include Ray. 3ohn P. Doogan, BlancheS principal, Rev. James E. Mallahan, vice- principal, Sister Mary Wilma, Maury Sheridan of Blanchet's faculty and Mrs. Frank Mc- Bride. Mothers of St. Cather- ine Parish will hostess the meeting. Young Ladies Institute--Lor- raine Institute will honor Miss Lola Moran, District Deputy, and Miss Cecilia Radman, In- stitute Deputy, at an official v i s i t and initiation Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 8 p.m: in St. Alphon- sue hall. Mrs. Guy M. Kelly is chairman. St. Martin Mothers Club--The ' :  annual membership tea will be , ----\\;_._ held Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the "qt h ......   home of Mrs. John F. Sullivan, ,:, ;j  2009 Parkside Drive, at 1:30 p.m.  '1 Honored guests will be the O.S.B., Holder, ,Ld: #!, PJ  Rt. Rev. Raphael   I!  abbot of St. Martin Abbey, ,  . Lacey, and Roy. Marcel Ber- i  then, O.S.B., of Assumption Church, Seattle, moderator, and the mothers of all new students . . in the high school and college at St. Martin's. Des Moines St. Philomena Parish--Real ranch cooking in a Western at- mosphere will be the attrac- tion at the parish church wagon dinner Sunday, Oct. 7, in the parish hail at 1804 S. 222nd. Dinner will be served from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tickets will be available at the door. They are $1.50 for adults, $I for high school students, 75 cents for children over five and 25 cents for children five and under. General chairman is Mrs. Patrick Stokes. Guest speaker for the after- nbon is Mrs. Marian Gallagher, law librarian at the University of Washington. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Joseph R. Manning and Mrs. J. C. J. Martin. St. Edward Parish- St. Ce- cilia Guild will sponsor a ham and pancake breakfast Sunday, Oct. 7, following the 7: 30, 9 and 10:30 a.m. Masses in the new school auditorium, 4213 Orcas St. Breakfast is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children under 12. Husbands of Guild members will chef. Marylhurst College Alumnae Association, Seattle Chapter- Meeting will be Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William E. Hart, :4249 N.E. 73rd St. A speaker from the League of Women Voters will discuss election issues. St. Teresa Parish--The Moth- ers Club will resume activities with a dinner for the Sisters of St. Joseph of N e w a r k from schools in Washington and Ore- gon who will be attending a sisters' institute tomorrow, Oct. 6, at St. Teresa School. Mrs. Joseph Hebert is chair- man of the club assisted by Mrs. J. R. Welch and Mrs. Ulysses Adams. Archdiocesan Council of Cath- Olympia St. Martin Mothers Club -- The 25th anniversary of the dub will be celebrated with a series of events throughout the year. The first will be a smorgasbord dinner Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the C.I.O. Hall in Olympia. The proceeds will go toward the St. Martin Schol- arship Fund. Mrs. B. J. McGoldrick, pres- ident, has announced t h a t Chancellor's Day honoring the Rt. Rev. Raphael Heider, O.S.B., w i 1 1 be Wddnesday Oct. 24, at St. Martin Col- lege. Seattle St. Cnletta Society for Re- tions are not necessary. A tea will follow the meeting. Mrs. Gerald Osborne, chairman of the committee on organization and development, will explain the work of the Council of Cath- olic Womcn. Mrs. William Paul, Marysville, A C C W president, will be present. Marian Club --Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Morrison will pre- sent a program of slides of "Castles on the Rhine" and "Copenhagen and the Tivoli Gardens" at the meeting Wed- nesday, Oct. 1O, at 12:30 p.m. at the St. Peter Claver Inter- racial Center. Seattle University Guild -- "Inside the USSR", a slide lec- TGcoma Tacoma Jesuit Guild--Meet- ing will be Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. A. L. Morisette. Plans will be completed for the annual rum- mage sale October 15, 16 and 17 at 743 Tacoma Ave. Boxes of Christmas cards will be dis- tributed. Proceeds of the sales will be sent to the novitiate at Sheridan, Ore. Holy Cross Mothers Club -- Meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 11, at 8 p.m. in the school hall. Plans for the festival and rum- mage sale will be discussed. St. Leo Mother Club--Meet- ing will be Friday, Oct. 12, in the Marian Room of the school. A program by the eighth grade pupils will be presented. James Sure by Dr. Urban H. Fleege on what is happening t o y o u t h inside Russia will be presented b y the Guild Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. in the Pigott Au- ditorium on campus. Dr. Fleege toured Russia as a member DR. URBAN of a team of FLEEGE U.S: educators to evaluate that country's educational system. He visited dozens of schools and interviewed hundreds of teachers and students. The public is cordially in- vited to attend this lecture. St. Bernadette Parish -- The Ushers Club will present the annual Harvest Time Ball Sa- turday, Oct. 13, at the Nor- mandy Park Community Club. The music will be provided by "The Serenaders." Tickets may be obtained from any usher. Table reser- vations may be made by call- ing George O'Brien, CH 4-6217. Dave Rinkel is chairman. Assumption Parish--The altar society will meet Monday, Oct. 8, at I p.m. in the rectory meeting room. This is the an- nual food shower for the Sis- ters. Staples and easy-to-pre- pare foods are preferred. Catholic S e a m e n's Club-- "Rhythm on the Sound" will be theme of the dance scheduled Sunday, Oct. 7, at the club. En- tertainment will be provided and the Stella Marie League will hostess. The club needs more single, Catholic girls over 18 to join the group. If you know of any- one interested call MU 2-4773. Christ the King Parish -- Queen of Peace Guild will hold their annual dance, The Beach- combers Ball, at Fort LawSon Officers Club Saturday, Oct. 27, at 9 p.m. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. Wendell Francom, EM 3-9938, or Mrs. Robert edna, EM 3- 1947. St. Catherine Parish -: The Mothers Club will hold a rum- mage sale October 12 and 13 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. To have articles picked up call Mrs. Norman R e i d, LA 2-4478 or bring donations to Mrs. Roy E. Klahn, co-ordinator of pay- .... chlogy services for the Ta- coma schools, will speak on child psychology. St. Leo Parish--The high school mothers club will meet Monday, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m. in the school lunchroom. Sister Marie Andrea will speak. Catholic Woman's Club--Meet- : ing will be Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Leo Gallagher, 3601 N. 36th St. The Rev. John Doherty, arch- diocesan C CD director, will speak. Catholic War Veterans Auxil- iary-Meeting will be Monday, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m. in the KC hall on 6th Avenue. Election of offi- cers will take place. The group will hold a rum- mage sate the same day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1111 Tacoma Ave. Philomathea Club--The fac- ulty food shower will be held Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 6"30 p.m. in the Bellarmine High School cafeteria. Members, their hus- bands and friends el Bellarmine will bring food for the staff of the school and will attend a buffet dinner put on by the ladies. Inquiry Class Scheduled At St. Luke's Adult inquiry classes will be held at St. Luke Church, 175th and Dayton Ave. Monday eve- nings from 8 to 9 p.m. begin- ning October 8. No pre-regis- tration is necessary. The classes will present an explanation of the teachings and the practices of the Catho- lic faith. It is open to any adult, Catholic or non-Catho- lics. The Rev. William E. Gal- lagher, pastor, will conduct the classes. EVERETT HAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for all of your dry cleaning and shirt laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS & SHIRT SERVICE AL. 9-6116 Grand & Wall tarded Children--Meeting will olic Women--Tbe North Central Gauche, 8250 Fourth N.E. I ii I Dares P a r i s h hall, 3221 14th [ Ave. w. in BREMERTON The Rev. Gerald Moffatt, ,fine ...,.....rv.,o. Ii BIG FOUR archdiocesan CYO director, will lies in the parish limits are speak. 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Pouring at the tea will be president Mrs. James DiJulio and past presidents Mesdames Joseph Colarossi, Michael F. Morgan, William P. O'Con- nell, Edgar C. Parks, Edwin M. Read, Fay Richardson, Arnold O. Timm, E.dward P. Welsh and Miss Mary Schnied- er and Miss Mary Lyons. Junior Program Order Forms Are Due Order forms for Junior Pro- grams season tickets are due for return to schools in this area October 10-12, Mrs, Rich- ard W. Seed, ticket chairman, reminded parents. Public, private and parochial school pupils in grades three through six received informa- tion on ticket orders in school on Monday. Tickets for the four-play se- ries are $1.50 for children or adults. Plays, including "Young Abe Lincoln," "Tom Sawyer," "The Sandalwood Box," and "Pinocchio" will be presented on Saturdays or school holidays in the Palomar Theatre and at Ingraham and Highline High Schools. Visits Washington Alumnae By Frances Farrell Vitulli The small band of Trin- ity College alumnae from Washington State was all present to greet Sister Mar- garet, S.N.D., president of the Washington, D.C., liberal arts school when she arrived in Se- attle last weekend. Sister Margaret, only 36 years old at the time of her appoint- ment in 1959, has visited alum- nae in Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland be- fore arriving here. Greeting Sister were Mes- dames Wayne Ambrose, Wil- liana Burwell, William Uordan and Thomas D. Stimson, all of Seattle; Mrs. Robert Rife of Tacoma; Mrs. E d w a r d Shannon of Bremerton; Mrs. Howard Keyes of Bellingham and Mrs. Edward Hughes of Spokane. Trinity, 60 years old, has an enrollment of 709, "although we try to keep our enrollment down," Sister said. "We were once better known on the West Coast than we are now, prob- ably because of the increase in popularity of attending colleges close to home." Sister Margaret, an outstand- ing figure in the field of higher education for women, has been featured in articles in Time and Look magazines as well as in Washington newspapers. "I think it was the fact I was so young when I was ap- pointed," Sister m o d e s t I y claimed. "But I also have some very strong, though not particularly new, ideas on ed- ucation for women and I'm not afraid to tell people about them." S i s t e r, a 1945 graduate of Trinity, is a firm believer that the w o m a n college graduate need not sink into the com- fortable abyss of bridge parties and coffee klatches, surround- ing herself with other young mothers to the exclusion of the rest of society. "A woman must give of herself," Sister said, "through civic work. P-TA or the like. True, she can't overdo when she has young children, but there's usually room for one SISTER MARGARET, S.N.D. President, Trinity College responsibilities," Sister smiled / Trinity is one of three col -'It leges run by the Sisters of Notre D a m e de Namur. The others are in Belmont, Calif., and Boston. Sister Margaret will visit Trinity alumnae in Chicago before returning to her campus. Wild Bill's Rendevous CURIOS A.D GIFTS IHPORTS OF THE WORLD "'Seeing Is Believing" LOWER PIKE PLACE MARKET (General Manager) outside activity and, as her children get older, she should be ready to donate more time. That's what her educa- tion is for--she has a respon- sibility to meet." Fifty-seven per cent of Trini- ty's graduates go on for gradu- ate study and Sister Margaret says the school encourages girls interested in teaching to com- plete their fifth year and many obtain their master's degree in education. Sister believes a woman's col- lege makes a girl accept re- sponsibilities and assume posi- tions of leadership she might never encounter in coeducation- al surroundings. 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