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October 5, 1962

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,Friday, Oct. S, 1962 ,THE PROGRESS--7 Annual Ball at Fort Lawton ANNUAL AUTUMN BALL sponsored by the Holy Rosary Parish Mothers Club will be held Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Fort Lawton Officers' Club beginning at 9:30 p.m. In charge are (from left) Mesdames Henry Jacobsen, Alfred Wozniak and Maria Scontrino. Reservations may be made at WE 5-6666 or WE 5-5456. HAVE THEM FREE TOUR GUIDES COLMAN DRUG COMPANY orner Lake & Kirkland Ave. VA 2-8283 Kirkland Serving Holy Family Parish Mass Offered For Late Pope The 8:15 a.m. Mass at St. James Cathedral Tuesday, Oct. 9, will be offered as an anni- versary requiem Mass for the late Pope Plus XII who died four years ago, Oct. 9, 1958. Workmanship Without An Equal Most 9xl2 Rucjs arc $10.00 Davenport & Chair Cleaned .... $20 Some--Cleaned and Tintld ..... $30 The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. Since 1900 MAIn 3-2957 lllll|, Kennell.Ellis Artist Photographer 1426.5th Ave. MA. 4-0080 616 Olive Way Reading Workshop Set At SU Seattle University's School of Education will sponsor a special, one-day reading work- shop Friday, Oct. 12, in the SU Pigott Auditorium. Guest speaker will be George D. apache, head of the read- ing laboratory and clinic at the University of Florida. Dr. Spache will speak on "New Materials and Methods in Instruction of Reading to Meet the Space Age Chal- lenge" at a morning session and on "The Reading Program of the 60's" at an evening ses- sion. Other major addresses will be given by Stanford E. Tay- lor, president of Educational Huntington, N.Y., and Harriet I. Carmody, director of read- ing instruction for the Tacoma Public Schools. Lester El!jah, a member of the University's evening facul- ty and reading consultant for King County Public Schools, is workshop chairman. Sister Mary Bernice, O.P., principal of Our Lady of Per- petual Help School, Everett, will be section leader for a meeting on spelling at the workshop. More than 200 reading teach- ers and consultants from west- ern Washington are expected to attend. Orthopedic Sale Scheduled The location of the annual Friendly Exchange Sale to- benefit Children's Orthopedic Hospital will be 900 Maynard Ave S., just north of Airport Way. Sale dates are Saturday, Oct. 20; Monday, Oct. 22 and Tuesday, Oct. 23. KIRKLAND SHOE STORE 10 Lake St. VA 2.3533 Klrkland Serving Holy Family Parish AL FARMER'S SHELL SERVICE 7100 Empire So. PA 2-9625 Serving St. Paul's Parish Mattresses Made to Order and Rebuilt. Your Cotton Mat- tress Spring Filled. "EASY CREDIT" Free Pick Up and Delivery SEATTLE BETTER BEDDING AT. 2-1433 714 Taylor Ave. Elmer Carlson, PA. 3-4069) (If no answer--call "The monks of MT. ATHOS: with whom I lived while I was e member of the Marshall Plan team in Eu- rope are preying for my success in Novembers election. "There are no bounderles of time or piece between peoples who wish for peace and world under. standing." MILe MOORE CONGRESS Second District Democrat Clarence Coleman Campaign Manager {Paid Advertisement) IIII I IIII ROSS & BOB'S THE 17S63 lath N. E. .QOA rr S FASHIONABLe EM Serving St. Luke's Parish IT'S OOMPOR'I'ABI-IK_ IT'S THE MODERN SHOE[ DAHL'S SHOES THE 0VERLAKE HomeshoeO, the'amilYPlan 12545 Bothell Way H.|. SHELL SERVICE OPEN FRIDAY EVENING 1S238 N. E. 20rE TILL 9 P.M. SH 6.3250 Serving Sacred Heart MEN'S OR LADLES' Parish, Bellevue COATS MC . Bellevue Office GL 4-7988 Full Length or Shortle 105071/2 Main St. Serving Sacred Heart Parish Cleaned, Pressed & ,s RICHMOND OFFICE MOTHPROOF XXC 17524 Aurora Ave. No. LI 2-2156 our regular top quality UU re. Serving St. Luke's Parish ,r ,r 1.90 with coupon at lust with Coupon BURIEN OFFICE 14636 Aumbaum Blvd. S. W. Serving St. Francis oj Assisi Parish 88' i COATS FULL LENGTH & SHORTIES KEN'S SHELL ,,,,,,.,po,, only _ SERVICE 1 S001 Batkell Way N. E. EM 2.9940 Serving St. Mark's Parish ART HAHN'S Laundry & Dry Cleaners So. 9th and K Sts. I 6th and Tacoma Aves. ISo. 23rd and K Sts. q I OPEN OPEN to 9 P.M. Dally J OPEN 7 A.M. to 6 P.M, to 7 P.M, Saturday I 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mount Virgin Schedules Mission The Rev. Luke Kreuzer, S.J., superior of the Jesuit Mission Band, will conduct a week-long mission at Our Lady of Mount Virgin Church, 28th Ave. S. and S. Massa- chusetts St. It will begin Sunday, Oct. 7, at 7:45 p.m. and continue e a c h evening at that time through Oct0- FATHER bur 14. KREUZER All parishion- ers are urged to attend and all non-Catholics are m o s t wel- come. Exercises will include a decade of the Rosary, instruc- tion, hymns, sermon and Bene- diction. 36 SU Nurse Students Win Caps Thirty-six nursing students at Seattle University will be capped in ceremonies Sunday, Oct. 7, at Providence Hospital. The Rev. James E. Royce, S.J., head of the University's psychology department, will be the featured speaker. Seattle students scheduled to receive caps are Gayla J. Blasczak, Carol L. Foster, Pa- tricia D. Graham. Erin K. Kane, Sister M. Leon, Loschke, C.S.C., Sallee B. McCormack, Sister M. Elizabeth Joan Pur- cell, S.N.J.M., Car, E. Quigley, Carolyn 3. Runnings, Patricia A. Switter, Rosalie A. Vogel, Patricia A. Walsh, Gladys M. Woods and Jerilyn F, Wymore. Other students from the Arch- diocese are Sister M. Edward Lee, O.P., Edmonds; Ruth P. Bucher, Tacoma; Darlene M. Schroedl, Marysville; Mary C. Victor, Bellingham, and Char- lene S. Orsborn, Port Angeles. THE BEST RENTAL PROGRAM IN TOWN SEATTLE MUSIC O. 1220 Ist Ave. MA 2-1134 CCD Classes For Mentally Retarded Begin Confraternity of Christian Doctrine classes for mentally retarded and spastic children will resume this Saturday, Oct. 6, at 10 a.m. on the first floor of the Liberal Arts Build- ing on the Seattle University campus. Classes are followed by Mass at 11 a.m. The Seattle University Ex- ceptional Child Committee has carried out this program for several years. Thirty specially t r a i n e d University students give individual instruction to the children with no more than three pupils to a teacher. In addition to regular religious in- struction the children are pre- pared for Holy Communion and Confirmation. Last year five pupils were confirmed. For further information con- tact Rosemary Laurs, EA 9- 0231. SU Student Leaders Slate Conference State Repres,,.tative Daniel J. Evans will be the keynote speaker at Seattle University's sixth annual Student Leadership Conference Friday to Sunday, Oct. 5-7 at Camp Waskowitz near North Bend. Evans will speak Friday eve- ning at a special banquet. James Bradley, Associated Stu- dents' president, will be the fea- tured speaker at the dinner Sat- urday evening. Among those speaking at the seminar will be Dr. Henry Ladd Smith, former dean of the Uni- versity of Washington School of Communications, who will speak on student publications. More than 100 student organi- zation leaaers and faculty ob- servers will take part in the three-day session. SMC Junior Heads Catholic Collegiafes OLYMPIA -- Jerry LaBarre, a St. Martin's College junior pre-law major from Eugene, Ore., has been named presi- dent of the Confederation of Northwest Catholic College Students. This is the fourth time in five years, that SMC has produced the president of the organiza- tion, which includes most Northwest Catholic Colleges with a membership of three to four thousand. Past presidents from St. Mar- tin's College are Niel Berg, Wayne Schwesinger, and Mike Starr. ANNOUNCEMENT- From Frank d. Marier of LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. "To Our Customers and Friends: Helping Mother Call For UGN WITH HER SIX YOUNGSTERS, Mrs. William Chesier (right) a block lieutenant for the United Good Neighbors, calls on her lieutenant general, Mrs. Donald Opalka, pro, paratory to the Neighborhood Division kickoff this Sunday, Oct. 7. Both women are members of St. Anne Parish. Seven of Queen Anne Hill's eight lieutenant generals are either from St. Anne's or St. Margaret's parishes. UGN gives $340,000 to the six Catholic member agencies. Helping mother is Patrick Opalka, 4, (inside the gate) and the Chesier children: Bob, 1, (in stroller); Tom, 4; Christy, 5; Mike, 6; Jan, 8; and Jack, 3. (Photo courtesy of F. J. McGrail.) Hospital Volunteers Set Open House The Cabrini Corvettes, a vol- unteer w o r k and discussion club for girls between 15 and 30. yearn of age, will hold an open house Monday, Oct. 8, from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. Frances Cabrini Hospital, Terry a n d Madison. The purpose of the group is to study and spread the knowl- edge of the religious life and perform works of mercy. Mem- bers need not be contemplating the religious life to loin. There are monthly meetings with discussions on the reli- gious life. The group makes favors for patients and donates about two hours a week per person volunteer service in the hospital. Members wear a red flared skirt, white blouse an d red sash with the Mother Cabrini button and name plate printed with their name. For information on joining the group write St. Cabrini Hospital or call Mother Jose- phine, MU 2-0500, Ext. 77. For Redemptorist Seminarians TAKING A BIG HELPING of spaghetti is Nancy Nolan, one of several teen-agers who will be serving at Sacred Heart Horeco Guild dinner scheduled Sunday, Oct. 14, following the noon Mass and continuing until after the 5:30 p.m. Mass. John Panattoni is the chef and co-chairman Hugh N. Elford is at the left. Reservations are not necessary. Tickets are $2 for adults and $1 for children under 12. Dinner proceeds will go to the Redemptorist Minor Semi- nary in Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Dan J. Nolan is in charge of arrangements. For more than a dozen years if has been our privilege to supply the Fuel Oil requirements of hundreds of homes and business establishments in / Important Notice businessSeattle' and especlallYthose in the Northend. Our  during years was operated under  a partnership arrangement. Recently this part.  OF: SPECIAL INTEREST TO nership has been dissolved. The entire business  ADMINISTRATORS Is now owned and operated by the MARIER FAM. PASTORS AND ILY: Frank J. Marier, general manager; Frank A. Marler, Jr.; and Stephen M. Marier, O Our company policy remains unchanged:--to C(Itho/ic Institutions give at all times dependable service to every customer. We appreciate the buslness of our many loyal customers, and trust ,that we may continuetomerityourpatronage. Sincerely, MANY SUPERB ,U  r Frank J. Marier, General Manager. " ")C "k " LA.,o, ,UTO.,,o3"4500,u., o, DELIVERY PIANOS ORGANS Now the OJficial Instruments at Seattle Fmr A ' HEATING ARE TO BE SOLD AT SAVINGS UP TO 30% These were all BRAND NEW INSTRUMENTS shipped directly from the BALDWIN FACTORY to the FAIR. They are in excellent LAURELHURST FUEL 0It 0. oon,,t,on hevincj been ln use onJy six months, Frank J. Mar;er Frank A. Marier, Jr. Sfephen M. Marier 3200 NE 45th LA :3-4500 I I1[ I I I I LET YOU'R h()NEY WORK FOR Y()tJ WITH , Good Sound Security Investments CALL T JACKSON WARFIELD WALSTON & CO. INC. MA. 4-2000 Home Eve's AD. 2-2017 T h r are Instru- ments f r Church and Chapel  Schools or other institutions  a n d for THE HOME. All m a y be inspected NOW t THE FAIR GROUNDS by ap- pointment, or  at our Showroom after the Fair. 2 Baldwin 9' Concert Grands 1 Baldwin 7' Grand 2 Baldwin 6'3" Grands 2 Baldwin 5'8" Grands I Baldwin 5'2" Grand 5.Hamilton studio pianos 2 Baldwin Model 71P organs A DOWN PAYMENT WILL HOLD YOUR CHOICE TERMS FREE DELIVERY MULHoLLAND-BOURKE PIANO & ORGAN CO. 818 E. Pike at Broadway Here is a list of these superb buys: 4 Acrosonic spinet pianos I Baldwin Model 12A organ 1 Baldwin Model 10A ogan 1 Baldwin Model 5A organ 6 Baldwin Model 46HP organs 4 Baldwin Model 51P organs EAst S.2030 /