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6--THE PROGRESS FrTday, Nov. I, 1963 Festival Ahead For St. Michael's, Olympia THREE CHAIRMEN, from left, the Mesdames Harvey Reese (dining room), John Biggs (smorgasbord) and E. F. Sehaller (dinner), prepare committee lists for the "Har- vest Festival," to be sponsored Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 4-5, by St. Michael Parish Parent-Teachers Association, in the Olympia armory. Hours for the event will be 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. both days. A Monday dinner and Tuesday smorgasbord will be served, as well as hot lunches both days. Games and booths also are planned. Decorations, for which Mrs. James Matz is chairman, will have a Mexican theme. Keith Goldenberger is general chairman. Tacoma Couple Marks 50-Year Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Zacheus Heft- man of Visitation Parish in Ta- coma celebrated their 50th wed- cling anniversary October 26. The couple renewed their marriage vows at a jubilee high Mass for which Rev. Arnold Fox, O.S.B., pastor of Visita- tion, was celebrant. The Hoffmans were married in St. Anthony, N.D., in a cere- mony performed by an uncle of Father Fox, Rev. Augustine Fox, O.S.B. Among those attending the reception for the Hoffmans in the parish hall were all of their g... 'i::iiiiii ....... i " MR. AND MRS. ZACHEUS HOFFMAN 12 children, 52 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. St. Cecilia's Mission Next The Rex,. Richard H o d g e, O.F.M., Franciscan missionary from Oregon, will conduct a week.long mission at St. Ce- cilia Church, Bainbridge Island, beginning this Sunday, Nov. 3, and ending November 9, ac- cording to Ray. Alfred Mathen- ski, pastor. Catholics and non-Catholics are invited to attend the exer- cises which will include Mass at 6:30 and 9 a.m., followed by a short instruction period, and an evening service at 8 p.m., concluding with Benediction. Class of 27 Communicants In Fife Parish At St. Martin of Tours Church, Fife, 27 children re- ceived their First Holy Com- munion at the 8 a.m.  Sun- day, Oct. 27. ss The children were taught by Sister M. Jean Marie Therese of St. Leo School, assisted by Mrs. Frank Sehuler. The children were: Debra Bisig, Gregory Boitano, Kim Alma Boyer, Edward Butler, Karin Couture, Marcus Drob- nack, Patrick Jankinish, Rob- ert Jolley, Toni Koch, Thomas Lelli, Phillip Lelli Jr., Diane Luchini, Lorena Manlanca. Also, Sandra Marry, Beanie M e u c c i, William McDonald, Ricky Pagett, David Rowe, Dana Ryan, Orion Schlekewey, Janet Schoonover, John Vi- mont, Kathleen Wales, Richard Wall, Patricia Weber and Gary Wellman. Lung Study GrantAwarded To Providence The John A. Hartford Foun- dation, Inc. of New York City has approved a grant of $247,- 304 for the study and treatment of pulmonary diseases and as- sociated respiratory problems at Providence Hospital. These funds will be used over a period of three years. The main objective of the program will be to provide fa- cilities to permit thorough in- vestigation and treatment of patients with respiratory prob- lems and research in diseases of the lungs. This Respiratory Disease Di- vision will be part of The Heart Center which was established at Providence Hospital by a prior H a r t f o r d Foundation grant. It is envisioned to pro- vide complete facilities for both care of patients and research in associated problems. Psychological Group Honors Lo00l Jesuit Thev. James E. Royce, S.J., head of the psychology department at Seattle Univer- sity, has been elected a Fellow of the American Psychological Association by the organiza- tion's governing board. The status of Fellow is con- ferred, according to the As- sociation's by-laws, upon "evid- ence of unusual and outstand- ing contributions or perform- ance in the field of psycho- logy." Father Royce was instru- mental in the formation of a new division of the Association last year, Division 24 on Phil- osophical Psychology. He pub- lished a widely-used textbook in the field, a well as articles and reviews in scholarly journ- als and is the first president- elect of the new division. He is also the author of a textbook in the psychology of adjustment which is about to appear in a revised edition under the title, "Personality and Mental Health." Cabrini Corvettes Active AN OPEN house is planned by the Corvettes of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Hospital from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, at the hospital. Refreshments will be served in the cafeteria. The Corvettes are a group of girl volunteers, 14 years and over, who assist patients and nursesl f the hospital. Among recent activities of the group was thnnual "Parent Night" and the decorating of Halloween cookies and cupcakes for the Zenith and Washington Memorial Nursing Homes. Rev- erend Mother Sebastion, hospital administrator, invites all those interested to attend the open house. Dinners, Meetings Compete ] Catholic War Veterans- An- thony (Tony) Bacalzo of Im- maculate Parish has been in- stalled acting commander of Father Vincent Post. Jeanette Allen is the new auxiliary pres- ident. Other post officers are Paul Maurice, Dan Barker and Tony Marine, vice commanders; Kay Schneider, Casimir Ochs, Andy Neubecker, Joe Koehnen, Doug- las Harvey, Ray Ledwich, Mary Rupprecht, Hugh Curtin, Jim DuPlanty and Harold Lewis. Auxiliary o f f i c e r s include Adelle Toenneson, Jo Neubeck- er and Viola Lewis, vice presi- dents; Laurette Bryant, R o s Aschenbrenner, B 1 a n c h e Le- Blanc, Marge Miltmore, Bert Daigle, Margaret Mosely a n d Kathleen O'Brien. The Ray. Richard Stohr, pas- tor of Our Lady of Guadahipe Parish, is chaplain. 25 Children Receive Sacrament Jubilee Club Elects Officers HANDING OVER the gavel of the Jubilee Club to Doren Anderson, right, elected president, is Bob Shay, left, outgoing president. Other new officers include, Mrs. Bob BrdWne, second from left, vice president, and Mrs. James Arneson, secretary. Absent from tl picture is Karl Veit, new treasurer. The Jubilee Club, which celebrated its 14th birthday, is a social group for Catholic couples, re(Photo by W. C. Heib, Jr.) l st CommunionO Award Winner The First Communion group at St. Barbara Parish in Black Diamond totaled 25 on Sunday, Oct. 27, at the 8:30 a.m. Mass. The group was led by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guidetti. Those making their First Communion were: Joseph An- drosko, Phillip Cavanaugh, Ju- dy Ann Conlow, Richard Con- low, Eugene Conlow, E r i c Crist, Rhonda Crist, Mary Jo Dougherty, Christina E 1 d e r, Michael Elder, Artisanne Foes, Gerald Gauthier Jr., James Gott, Diane Guidetti. Also, Julia Herrmann, Cindy Kamp, Donald Myrick, Barbara Norton, Darrell Palmer, Livia Palmer, Paul Reichert, David Roney, Jere Sequin, Patricia Huff and Bill Huff. PADDY LUKENS of Holy Names Academy was the top award winner at the 11th annual high school press conference October Spotlight Now 25-26 sponsored by Gon- IM zaga University. She was named outstanding writer of the event and also won ith E. Turner, 17061 12th Ave. first-place in news writing. N.E. Some 300 high school stu- dents attended the confer. ence from Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Mon- tana. November 14--Mary, Queen of Peace, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. J. B. Brown, 324 N.E. 175th St.; Mary, Queen of Prophets, 11 a.m., Mrs. John M. Fischer, 14550 38th Ave. N.E. St. Teresa Parish--The Moth- ers Club will sponsor a lunch- eon and card party at 12:30 p.m. in the school auditorium, 34th and E. Spring. Special fea- ture will be a hat show. Mrs. George Headrick and Mrs. Ben Herz are chairmen of the event, which will benefit the library. St. Theresa Study Clu- Meeting will be Monday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Harry T. Ashmore. Mrs. Raymond J. Moffat will give the book review, Mrs. Harry Storlie the current event, and Mrs.  Patrick A. Harrold the lesson. Tacoma St. LeParlsh -- The Altar Society will meet at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, in the school's Marian Room. Mrs. Thomas Danaher will preside. Lunch will be served by Car- des 3 and 4, headed by their chairmen. Members are re- minded to bring aprons for the bazaar. Grand YLI Meet In San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO -- T h e Board of Grand Directors of the Young Ladies Grand In- stitute will meet here Novem- ber 9. Those attending from the Pacific Northwest will include the Mesdames James Jackson, grand president, and Betty Martin, grand director, both of Seattle, and Lowell Young, grand director, of Bremerton. Members of the Young Lad- ies Institute are welcome to attend. in BREMERTON 3 fine stores to serve yea Liturgical Study Club--Meet- Seattle University Graduates ing will be from 10 a.m. to Club--Dr. Huber K. Grimm has noon Wednesday, Nov. 6, in St. been elected president of the Peter Claver Center library, SU downtown alumni organiza- 17th and E. Jefferson. Lesson tion for professional and bust- will cover the 23rd Sunday after ness men graduates. Pentecost and chapters 4 and ,:::,,::, A member 5 from "The Church a Divine of St. Joseph Mystery." Panelists are the P a r i s h, Dr. Mesdames Jose Adriatico, F.T. Grimm is best Craine and W. A. Slate. Guests known to alum- are welcome, ni as the team Lorraine Institute No. 178, physician of Young Ladies Institute -- Mrs. t h e Universi- James Bell and Mrs. Richard ty's basketball Atwood are co-chairmen of the team. The phy- annual dessert luncheon a n d sician is a past card party for the benefit of officer of the the Golden Jubilee Burse for DR. HUBER SU Alumni As- Seminarians at 12:30 p.m. Wed- o GRIMM sociation a n d nesday, Nov. 6, at the Carna-o is also a graduate of St. Louis tion Co. Mrs. Maurice Reyn-@ University School of Medicine. olds and Mrs. Kenneth McMUl- He lives with his wife, Geor- len are in charge of a Christ- gia, and their 10 children at mas gift table. 1407 E. Boston St. Marian Club--Miss Geraldine Other new officers are Ed- Scholtes will review "Shoes of win T. Hunt, vice president; the Fisherman" at the meeting Jack McGoorty, Jerry Gribble and Dr. Tom P. Moore. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 1 p.m. at St. Peter Claver Center. The Monthly meetings are held painting class will m e t at every first Wednesday at the 10 a.m. with Eveleyn C. Con- Washington Athletic Club. way, instructor. Public is in- vited. St. Mark Parish--Guilds of the Altar Society will meet as Order of Martha -- Meeting follows at the following homes: will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednes- November 4--Mary, Queen of day, Nov. 6, at the home of Mrs. Nellie Thomas, 419 Queen Angels, 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert Anne Ave. Lapano, 14539 28th Ave. N.E.; Mary, Queen of Heaven, 11:30 Our Lady of Lourdes Par- a.m., Mrs. R. D. Elf, 18436 24th ash -- Annual fall dance, Ave. N. E.; Mary, Queen of "Autumn Leaves," will be the Rosary, 8 p.m., Mrs. Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9:30 Joseph deLeuw, 1523 N. E. p.m. to 1 a.m. at Normandy 170th St.; Mary, Queen of Cove, 1500 Shorewood Drive, Snows, 8 p.m., Mrs. Russell Burien. Hostesses will be the Horn, 20130 6th Ave. N.E. ladies of Circle No. 6. Tickets November 5--Mary, Queen of are $4 per couple and reserva- tions may be made with Mrs. All Saints, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. William Bombardier, 16284 39th Kenneth Hughes (CH 2-4964) or Ave. N.E.; Mary, Queen of Mrs. Lawrence Morrison (Re Martyrs, 8 p.m., Mrs. James 2-1627). M. Kennedy, 16815 llth Pl. St. Benedict Parish -- Our N.E.; Mary, Queen of the Uni- Lady of Victory Praesidium, verse, 8 p.m., Mrs. John M. Legion of Mary, will have a DeVane Jr., 19510 45th Ave. rally for auxiliary members at N.E. 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, in the Nllmber 7--Mary Queen of school auditorium. There will Wis4, 8:15 p.m., Mrs. Ken-. be a guest speaker and refresh- ments will be served at 4:30 , p.m. VIEW RIDGE St. George Parish--The re- dedication of the remodeled grade school will be celebrated PHARMACY with an open house and turkey d uda00o, om 1:30-5 p.m. Dinner will be served by the Parent-Teachers Association, at $2.50 for adults, $1.25 for children under 12. Bellevue Knights of Columbus -- Wil- "liam H. (Bill) Knight, 48, Boe- ing engineer, has been named Knight of the Year for Over- lake Council. mmftilff/Jl Knight, a t[[[[[ member of Sacred Heart , Parish, is  deputy grand knight and Council histo- rian. He was cited for dis- playing "true il Christian char- ll ity and Catho- mmJm ..:.,. licity in every WILLIAM action" a n d KNIGHT was described in his citation as "a living example of a true Catholic gentleman." Joining the order in 1942, Knight is also historian of James Shields General Assem- bly, Fourth Degree, KofC. He lives with his wife, Wilma, and their two children, Byron, 18, and Robert, 13, at 190 94th Ave. N.E., Bellevue. Bremerton Camerman, YLI, No. 86--The Institute will sponsor a turkey dinner Sunday, Nov. 3, in Our Lady Star of the Sea parish hall. Serving will be from 1-7 p.m. Tickets, available at door, are $1.50 for adults, 75c for children 6-12 and free for chil- dren under six. The Mesdames Edward Hornor, Robert Mort and Ronald Fiialka are co- chairmen. Everett Immaculate Conception Par- ish-The Altar Society will sponsor its annual dinner from 1-6:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, in the new parish hall. The guilds will have booths with Christmas suggestions. Tickets are avail- able at the door and the pub- lic is invited. Lynnwood St. Thomas More Parish-- A male chorus composed of men of the parish and senior high school b o y s is being organized. T h o s e interested should call Rev. Joseph Doe- gun, 743-1719. "A Man for All Seasons," a stage" play based on events in the life of St. Thomas More, will be presented November 28, 29 and 30 at the Moore Theater in Seattle. Parishoners are encouraged to see the pro- duction. Seattle Alumnae of the Sacred Heart --The fall meeting will be Sun- day, Nov. 3, at Forest Ridge Convent. Mass at 9:30 a.m., will precede a buffet break- fast and business meeting. At 10:45 a.m., Ray. Louis Gaff- nay, S.J., will speak on "Home Missionary's View of Travels and Missions in the Orient." Annunciation District, Holy Name Society--There will be a memorial Mass for deceased members at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at St. Paul Church. Association for C a t h o I i c Childhood--A memorial Mass for souls of deceased members of the ACC will be offered Friday, Nov. 8, at 9:30 a.m. in the Lady Chapel of St. James Cathedral. Blessed Margaret Guild for the Blind--Members and their families and friends will receive Holy Communion at the 9:15 a.m. Mass at St. James Cathe- dral Sunday, Nov. 3. A break- fast will follow in the Cabrini Hospital dining room at 10:30 a.m. The guild's business meeting wilE be at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the Seattle Univer- sity s t u d e n t union building. George Shields will present the program. Blessed Sacrament Parish -- The Mothers Club will sponsor its annual smorgasbord Sun- day, Nov. 3, from I-0 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Reser- vations may be made with Mrs. James Coanors (ME 2- 5356) or Mrs. Bernard Doherty (LA 5-6982). Tickets are $1.50 for adults and high school students, 75c for chil- dren and free for pre.schoolers. Mrs. Richard Carson and Mrs. Ralph Rosinbum are co-chair- men. Catholic Daughters e! Amer- ica--Meeting will be at 7:45 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, at the Winthrop Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence Cleary, grand regent, will pre- side. The Ray. Francis Prange, counsellor at Seattle Prep, will speak on "Share the Faith." I Chancellor Club -- An open house to acquaint prospective members with club activities is planned at 8 p.m. Tuesday, No- vember 17, at St. Peter Claver Center, 1610 E. Jefferson. Pros- pective members also are in- vited to attend the general meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the KofC Hall, Har- vard and E. Union. The Chancellor Club is a re- ligious and social club for sin- gle Catholics between the ages of 21 and 35. Information is available by writing to the club at 722 E. Union or by calling Janet Rodgers, PA 3-4815. Knights of Columbus- The annual memorial high Mass of Seattle Council will be sung at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, in St. James Cathedral. Celebrant will be Rev. Wil- liam Treacy, chaplain. The memorial meeting will follow in the KofC Hall, 722 E. Union St. A film will be shown to wives of Knights. Xavier Chb--Meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 1:30 p.m. in St. Joseph Parish social hall. Issaquah St..Toseph Parish--The Altar Society will sponsor its "Har- vest Dance" from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, in the Pine Lake Community Hall. There will be live music and a midnight lunch. Tickets are $4 a couple. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Don Cochran, EX 2-5139. Kelso St. Mary Parish -- The Altar Society, assisted by the men of the parish and the CYO, will sponsor the annual fall turkey dinner from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7. Tickets are $1.50 for adults and 75e for children. Mrs. Lyle Sharbono is chair- mall. 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At Visitation The second grade children of Visitation P a r i s h, Tacoma, made their First Holy Com- munion at the 8:10 a.m. Mass October 12, according to Rev. Arnold Fox, O.S.B., pastor After theMass, the communi-IF cants were enrolled in the scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Those making t h e i r First Holy Communion were: Doug- las Badilla, Ronald Batzlaff, David Baudin, Louis Bernardo, Tara Berntsen, Terry Breanan, Mary Brink, Richard Barbara Chambers, Mary Church, Peter DeCaterina, Al- lan Dierck, G e r a I d DuckerS, Gregory DuMond, Martin Eck- r o t h, Daane Farreli, Steven Finch, Kevin Fleck, Christine Foster. Also, Steven Gallo, Thomas Gallwas, Frankie Gilletti, Don- na Gnirk, Mary Gruse, Jeanne Gustin, Debora Haag, Jose Hamilton, Li n d a Hendr Sandra Hendricks, Marina Jar- amillo, Debra Keller, Donna Keller; Kenneth Kron, Gregory Krueger, Barbara Kupper, Jef- frey LaBansky, Morgan Lakin, Debra Maerkle, Denise Maer- kle, Patricia Manley, C a r o 1 Matthews, Margaret McDon- ald. Daniel McColhm, France McMullin, Douglas 0 w i n g s Peggy Parker, Robert Pens- worth, Maryann Pezanowski, Jeanine Pitzer, Teri Portmann, Mary Frances Purcell, Delores Risk, Therese Rogers, James Ruddy, Joan Smith, Larry Stevens, Janice Stoltz, Kath- erine Stumpf, Steven Wright and Stephen Zongas. EVERETT MAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for all of your dry oleanlng and shir laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS g SHIRT SERVICE AL. 9-611b Grand & Wall nai OIL HEAT It's 100% IN THE SNOHOMISH. LAKE STEVENS ARE CALL ,o., BUELER LO 8-6477 or AL 9.1177  Snohomish Member St. Michael's Parish ii