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SCOUT CONFERENCE DEVELOPS INTEGRAL PART OF IMPORTANT ARCHDIOCESAN 8wTHE PROGRESS Friday, Oct. S, 1962 CATHOLIC YOUTH ACTIVITY Leaders untie problems by tying knots THEME OF the 13th annual Scouters Conference at CYO Camp Don Bosco Saturday and Sunday was "Show and Do." Among the Scout adults leaders participating in the demonstrations of Scout skills were (from left) Richard McPeak, St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Everett; Frank Perron, Sacred Heart, Bellevue; Douglas Spickelmire, St. Vincent de Paul's, Federal Way; and Glen Cliffton, St. Mary's, Kelso. Approximately 100 leaders attended the two.day conferenece, sponsored by the Archdiocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting. Uplifting body and mind MANEUVERING over a limb during a rope swing contest Saturday at the fifth annual Scouteree at Camp Don Bosco was Phil Bertrand of St. Aiphonsus Parish Boy Scout Troop. Phil was among 450 Explorer, Sea and Boy Scouts attending the Scouteree, held in conjunction with the Scouters Con- ference. Other competitions, displaying Scouting skills, were held out-of-doors, where the boys pitched their tents and encamped during the Scouteree. lei e readi g Tacoma CYO sure tim n schedules --what teens are doing around the Archdlocese Holy Hour TACOMA -- Smoke signals from the northern deanery ing St. Matthew's splash party October 20 at the Lake City Aqua Mike Gidos, outgoing deanery president, is calling his 20 Dive is Eugene Duncan . . . Newly-affiliated St. Mark's club is parishes for deanery elections at 2 p.m. this Sunday in Our Lady directed by president John Meadows, assisted by advisers Mr. and of Perpetual Help Parish in Everett. A skating party will follow. Mrs. J. D. Madden . . . Friday, Oct. 19, is the date set by Cala- roga president Steve Verrun for Blessed Saerament's north dis- NOTES FROM BELLINGHAM DISTRICT: trict dance. At Sacred Heaert, parents heard the workings of CYO ad- ministration by the CYO Staff. Dr. Donald Boettner of the Bell- FROM THE CENTRAL DISTRICT: ingham Medical Center presided with Rick Friedhoff, president of District president Tom Grimm is the new deanery treasurer St. Luke's, Seattle, outlining the teen program . . . The Lummi . . . Welcoming 40 Canadian CYOers from Vancouver and housing Indian Tribe now counts 38 CYO members, led by Josie Jefferson, them in the school auditorium was St. Anne's, presided by Judy president, and Earl Thomas, adviser. St. Joachim's Mission in Jones with Kathy Ryder, the CYO poster girl, as hostess... This Marietta will send two delegates to the CYO Convention October Friday's district dance at 8:30 will be hosted by the 250-member 26 in Tacoma... Ken Parsons is the new president at lmmacu- St. Joseph's Loyolans. The Stags will play, say co-chairmen Jim late Conception in Mount Vernon. Rosellini and Tom Grimm. FROM PENINSULA DISTRICT: FROM THE EAST DISTRICT: Howard (Mac) Rnddell Jr. is president of both the district District president is Bob Dzuriek of St. MentoR'S, Mercer and the Queen of Angels' Con Brio Teen Club in Port Angeles. Island, and Tom Coceione, Holy Family, Kirkland, is veep .... And the CYO Con Brio Choir is being directed by cultural adviser The Epics will sound off in the East District dance this Saturday Donna Gnrt... Dave Edwards assumes command of St. Anne's in St. Monica's School Hall. Penny Buck is chairman, assisted by Teen Club in Forks with 100 per cent enrollment of Catholic teen- Mercer proxy Donald Clark. agers in the mission parish--six in all . . . Rumor has it that FROM THE SOUTH DISTRICT: Clallam Bay and Sequim are next to form clubs. New district president is Charles Skorupa of St. Francis of FROM EVERETT DISTRICT: Assist .... Co-editors of the St. Francis club newspaper are Philip Club presidents in Everett are John Shadoff, Immaculate Con- Garrett and Gall Gordon, both of whom hope to rival Our Lady ception; Michael Gacke, Perpetual Help, and Steve Christian, St. of Guadalupe's journal .... Holy Rosary pros Paul Chelminiak Mary Magdalen's . . . CYO members from Darrington and Stun- has named Robin Aueher chairman of "Autumn Antics," the dis- wood Thursday were hosted by president Leslie Pederson and trict dance Saturday, Oct. 19. Stags will play from 9 p.m. on. Immaculate Conception of Arlington at a dance, chaperoned by It's round-up time in the western deanery Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Jones... Big guns in St. Mary's activi- FROM THE TACOMA DISTRICT: ties in Marysville include Mike Tomulty, Gary Marks and Mary The main altar in SS. Peter and Paul's has a new look since Ann MeKay. the purchase and installation of new carpeting, courtesy of the Central deanery outlook: world's fair and active parish teen club, headed by Bill Vodarski .... Presenting a spirit- Pat MeGovern, 17, Seattle Prep senior from Holy Rosary Par- ual bouquet in behalf of members to Father Joseph Hayostek, ish, Sunday was elected deanery president . . . Social chairman their pastor, was president Jim Koual and spiritual chairman Gall Gordon says November 1 is deadline for Christmas Ball prin- Richard Hundel of St. Joseph's .... Managing a booth in the cess candidates to enter. Affair is scheduled December 28 . . . parish carnival will be Visitation, led by Guy Pitzer. Former Lenten Passion Play casting is now open, announces cultural Visitation president Mike McDonald has entered a Maryknoll chairman Pamela Wagner... Installation of deanery officers will seminary and his sister, Sharon, is now at St. Placid's Priory in be held at 7:30 p.m. this Sunday in the'Cathedral. Reception will Olympia. follow. FROM THE BREMERTON DISTRICT: FROM THE NORTH DISTRICT: New district head is Terry Smith of Our Lady Star of the Sea, District reins are being handled by president Steve Cawdrey which is sponsoring Communion Sunday October 28 in the parish. and adviser Bernard McVey . . . Presenting shows in homes for ... To be installed Sunday as officers at St. Edward's in Shelton the aged, hospitals and other institutions will be The Teen-Age are Bill LaDrew, president, and Kelly Fredson, Marsha Smith, Skitters of Assumption's Benedieteens, according to president Henrietta WarneR, Jim Dougherty, Fran Demon and Dan Harvey. Royal Martin . . . St. John's Aquilean Club numbers 180 and fen- ... Other Shelton dates--October 13, "CYO-Shelton Stomp" and tures the spiritual program, "Apostolate to the Bereaved." This November 11, deanery Holy Hour .... Shelton advisers are Char- apostolate, introduced by well-known Blancher basketballer and leon Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morgan, Mr. and Mrs.' Rudy club president Tom Workman, is a landmark in CYO service ac- Flakus and Mr. and Mrs. Henry WarneR. tiity. Aquileans have visited 30 bereaved families, both Catholic From the deep, deep southern deanery and non-Catholic... The "cover boy" of the new CYO Officers' Manual is Steve Hawksford, St. Matthew's proxy . . . and head- Deanery officers are Jack Young, St. Mary's, Kelso, presi- dent, and Mary McBride, Vancouver; Marianne Donahue and IHOLY CROSS BROTHERS [I i Frank Bell, Longview; Cathy Montague, Tumwater; Rich gaSosa, Aberdeen, and Miehaeleen Rotchford and Pete Anderson, 1 II I JERRY Olympia. , ii ABBOTT :: FROM THE OLYMPIA DISTRICT: Member, Presiding this Saturday at St. Michael's Parents Night will  /   St. Anthony's be Pete Cameron. Potluck dinner will be served. Mary Taylor is d  i: nd KofC, [ Renton. MC. Installation of club officers will follow. z  See Jerry for i all your new FROM THE ABERDEEN DISTRICT: I nd uod car Michael Brennan will be installed district president at 4 p.m. I needs, this Sunday in SS. Aegidius and Mary's. Betty Jo Miggs is in- stallation chairman .... Repeating as pros at St. Joseph's in 24-hoar Service Available Now at Elma is Tony Trotter. FROM THE VANCOUVER DISTRICT: .eFgrogTheaeh!!! LEE MORAN C0. District gavel-holder is Henry Dubaek.. A Holy Hour will LINCOLN CONTINENTAL be held for all teens in Clark County at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, COMET METEOR MERCURY in St. James, says parish proxy Gary Baker. A de luxe supper will follow for 300 expected teens .... New presidents at St. 12th AVE. and E. UNlaN ST. Joseph's is Bill Nictora and at St. Rose in Long-view it's Dick EA. 5-3300 Res.: AL. S-S322 Wood .... St. Mary's in Kelso's logical candidate for archdioce- , san president is Jack Young. 2021 L I MADISON LUMBER CO. a Paints. Lumber and Hardware E. Madison EAst 2-8080 i Shorthand ... Bookkeeping Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines IBM KEY PUNCH CLASS.  Day and Night GRIFFIN-MURPHY BUSINESS COLLEGE Choice of Northwest Students Since 1910 Fifth and Virginia MA 4-71S4 Everett CYO fashion 'Mary Modes' EVERETT-- "Mary Modes," a teen-ager fashion show, will be presented at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday by St. Mary Magdalen's CYO Teen Club" in the parish hall. Styles w i 11 include sports- wear, sclool fashions and for- mal dress with the highlight of the evening the "Bridal Show." Entertainment w i 11 include modeling of fashions from Ha- waii, China, Japan, Russia, Ire- land and Scotland. Admission will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for teens. Fashion sponsor is the Ben Marche of Everett. Hunters' Masses set FRANCES-- Sunday Masses will be said at 4 a.m. October 14 and 21 and November 11 and 18 in Holy Family Mission Church for sportsmen, hunting deer and elk in Pacific County. A CYO Holy Hour and panel discussion will be held t his Sunday in St. Leo's Parish for the Tacoma district. Father Edward Norris of Sacred Heart Parish will preach at the Holy Hour. The discussion will follow in the school. Chiefs will appear at CYO clinic The S e a t t I e University Chieftains and coach Vinee Cazzetta will headline the CYO central deanery basket- ball clinic this Sunday at the SU gym. The clinic, opening at 2, will feature topics as prinei- pals and philosophy of the CYO coach, necessity of con- ditioning, basketball funda- mentals and CYO rules and interpretation of rules. Others participating will be Tom Paige, of SU's physieal education department, a n d Pacific Northwest Officials. Port Angeles teens turn bakers PORT ANGELES -- The Queen of Angles CYO Con Brio Teen Club will spon- sor a bake sale from 9 a.m. tO 5:30 p.m. this Saturday at Sears Roebuck and Co., 120 E. Front St. Proceeds will h e 1 p defray Con Brio delegates' expenses to the CYO Convention in Ta- coma October 26. HNA Sodality slates Day of Recollection A day of recollection for high school students, spon- sored by Holy Names Aca- demy sodalists, will be held at the Academy. Conferences and discussions will be directed by Very Roy. Louis Sauvain, S.J., rector of Seattle Prep. Registration will be at 9 a.m. and Benediction at 2:30 p.m. Mass will be said at 11:30 in the Academy chapel. Catholic students of a n y school may attend, according to Lynn Holman, general chair- man. There is a fee of $1. CYO scoreboard Seattle results Soccer MIDGETS Blessed Sacrament 3, St, Joseph 3. St. Anne 4, St. Benedict 0. CADETS St. Luke 0, Lady of Fatima O. St. Joseph S, Assumption 0. Blessed Sacrament 4, St. Margaret 0. St. Anne 5, St. Catherine 0. St. John 3,5t. Benedict 0. Tacoma results Flag Football CADETS Holy Cross 12, St. Leo 6. Visitation 6, Holy Rosary 0. St. Patrick 6, S1. Frances 0. St. Ann 18, Sacred Heart 8. FOR BETTER SERVICE BILL HALL'S TIRES, BATTERIES, LUBRICATION LAKE CITY 12527 - 30th N.E., SEATTLE Exploring the known brings results EXPLORER SCOUTS of Sea Explorer Ship, Santa Maria, demonstrate the use of a portable radio during the Scouteree. Directed by Wyn Morris (left) skipper, Explorers from St. Joseph's in Seattle (from left) are Bill Martin, Ed Spires, taking notes, Neal Nicholas (background) and Tom Towthrop with the microphone. Their audience in- cludes Scouts from St. Luke's who are (from left) Richard MeRman, Pat Low, Michael Troter and Tom NesbiL The Scouteree was directed by Scout leaders, assisted by major seminarians from St. Thomas Seminary.--(Progress Scouteree Photos by Charley Heib.) Panther is off and running STEVE CONKLIN, Seattle Prop's kicking specialist, displays some running ability Friday with a short gainer against the pursuing Everett High School defenders at West Seattle Stadium. Keeping an eye on Everett's Mike Goodwill, who looks as if he may trap Conklin from behind, is Larry Cook, Prep halfback. Other Seagull defenders in the backgrom are (from left) quarterback Mike Price and halfback Tim Larson. The Panthers won t Western Conference game, 14-7.--(Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib.) Prep squares Beilarmine in Another bulldozing job by O'Dea, a close but needed victory for Seattle Prep and touchdown avalan- ches hitting Blanchet and Bell- armine all highlighted this week's Catholic h i g h school football action. And St. Martin's won its first game of the season with a 14-7 decision Saturday over White Pass. The tempo picks up again in the Game of the Week when Bellarmine plays host to visit- ing Seattle Prep at 8 p.m. this Friday on Lions Field in Ta- coma for the second Northwest Catholic Association contest of the season. O'Dea picks an unruly cus- tomer in the likes of Fort Van- couver when the Irish travel south this Friday for t heir second toughest test of '62. Blanches entertains Belling- ham at 8 p.m. this Saturday in West Seattle Stadium in a Western Conference tilt. And in Elma, St. Martin's makes an appearance this Fri- day against the Eagles in a Central League west division game. Brief recaps of last week's contests: It was a "no contest" once the Irish of O'Dea got going and finally stopped, 39-0, against hapless King's Gar- den. Top touchdown stars were Charles Greene w i t h FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED MEIHHART Member of Blessed Sacrament Parish AT BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12531 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE 55 off with Tacoma two, Wayne Ambrose, Carl Jacobsen, sophomore J i m Sarama and John Honda. Fred Worthing, Irish QB threw three TD passes and with Gary Susak an d Jacobsen made the conversions. AND IN Everett, the alert Panthers proved again to be giant-killers as Prep oppled the Seagulls, 14-7. Tied, 7-7, in the final minute and 40 seconds, Jim Hermsen climaxed a 60 - yard march with a two-yard TD run. Prep had previously gone 20 yards in eight carries and 20 more on one pass to score early in the second quarter. Larry Cook made the final plunge. Steve Conklin, Cook's team- mate since CYO days at St. John's, made the first of two PAT's. The Seattle "parochial" camp took a split with the Everett teams as Cascade trampled Blanehet, 26-6, at West Seattle Stadium. The homefolks, making up most of the 3,000 in attendance, finally saw the Braves come to life in the fourth quarter when Dave Dillon completed a 43- yard pass to Jim Miller, who moved the ball to the Bruins' 37, D i 1 1 o n completed another throw to Gary Donaldson for eight and from there Blanches scored in three quick plays. Dillon ran t h e TD himself from 12 yards out. i iiiiii: .................... iiiiiiiiii!ii::ii DES JARLAIS i tDoy'Jor'LoY , MEMBER ii. LADY OF THE LAKE  PARISH SALES REPRESENTATIVE "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. .j 11550 BOTHELL WAY i I EM 3-6110 Res. LA. 5-8312 STEADY TD's in the second, third and fourth quarters pelted" the Lions of Bellarmine from contention as Stadium took a 20-6 victory in the Tacoma city series. Partially deflecting a punt, the Lions on a third play in the second quarter had Mel Mackay throw to Joe Lynn. 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