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Illellarmine SUGuildLecture" _ I Activities 1 Honor Roll Ar-00adeloggy00Jesuif's Topic Calendar Lists 86 ,w00y the new approach to Major events span- TACOMA--Eight-six students ave been named to Bellarmine School's first six-week honor roll. The list includes 12 seniors, 10 juniors, 24 soph 9- mores and 40 freshmen. The honor roll includes: SENIORS--Earl Brown, Brian Cullen, Donaher Dempsey, Darrell DuMond, John Endres, Terry Honsen, Mark Fengler, Stephen Kneeshow, Gary Knurl- Michael Mullen, Nell O'Leary, Ring. Boughol, Timothy arklns, Carl HIIden, Richard Hoffman, Hubko, Conl Marteltl, Richard Ralph Rlden, Bruce Ring, Max ;OPHOMORES--Jomes Anstefl, Anton Thaddeus Faherty, Robert Gtl- Edward Hanoi, Anthony Haselman, Hlrsh, Michael Kolkus, Christopher Thomas Kneeshow, Richard Douglas Molar. llcholas Markov=ch, Thomas O'Rourke, Owens, William Rogers, Timothy Harry Smith, John Tenon, Paul Wter, Thomas Vogt, Kerry Webster, ne Williams, Edward Zowlslak. RESHMEN -- David Arger, Joseph Aubry, Mark Avaktan, James Benolt, Michael Bayer, James Boyd, Robert Cromer, Robert Culley, Patrick Duly, Christopher DaviS, Joseph Eltrlch, Lau- rence Evoy. Edward Floherty, John Plaherty, Robert Gologan, Mark Gollagher, John Gorltone, Michael Grlesmeyer, Vernon Horklns, Dennis Hoffman, Hugh Larkin, Mlchael Leppert, John Loveless, Thomas Manley. William Marcan, James Mareheslnl, hn McCarthy, Michael McQulston, phen Mondou, Stephen Mullany, rick Murphy, Cory Roy, Lawrence Ithr John Stamey, Kenneth Sumey, Michael Thompson, Robert Walter, David York, Michael Yusko, Raymond Zanella. ' "'>.:: ". :::::::::::::::::::::::: .... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,.;:x:..::? Biblical studies?" will be the . ::i!::iJ ........ i!iii::iiiiiii:::!:::iii:i;::::i:!:::;:/:i::iii;!::.::::::.:.!i::::::i::::i:::::::;:::i!i::ii::1ii! .:,x. ============================================= ! } :i! :: :.,:/: : ii i:!C!:!:i:i: topic of the slide- lecture by Rev. Weber T. Patterson, S.J., at the first Seattle Uni- versity Guild lecture at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in Mary- crest Hall. Father Patterson is head of the S.U. theology de- partment. The talk will be the first in the Guild's series "An Age of Change," and admission is by membership card or $1 for non- member guests. Father Patterson's slides and lectures will tell of his experi- ence last August on a digging expedition (in 120-degree tem- peratures) near Beersheba in the Negev, the vast desert re- gion of southern Israel. Father's invitation to do this digging came through the Insti- tute for Mediterranean Studies which works in cooperation with the Israel Exploration Society at the Negev Biblical Excava- tion at Tell Nagila. Tell Nagila, a mound about 50 miles southwest of Jerusalem, was thought to be the ancient Biblical city of Gath, dating from about 1,000 B.C. To the .... /; : :c: .... : ..... iii00i00i; :i il ill! :!:!:iii SHOWN AT work at the Tell Nagila excavation site in Israel last August is Rev. Webster T, Patterson, S.J., of Seattle University. The Tell area was divided into twelve-foot squares, and a team of five diggers assigned to each. Father Patterson, ap- pointed leader of square B-13, had on his team Dr. Charles T. Fritsch, professor of Hebrew at Princeton University. The diggers found a great deal of Middle Bronze Age pot- tery (mostly in fragments), an- surprise of those involved, ac- tual excavation, revealed it to cient bones (some human), an be much more ancient, dating ancient pottery kiln and the from the time of the Hyksos be- beginnings of what appeared to tween 1700 and 1500 B.C., (Mid- be Hyksos walls. die Bronze Age).. The dig also was used as a Queen Institute Schedules Bazaar, Dinner EEDLEWORK will be among the many items available at the annual bazaar sponsored y the Queen Institute, YLI, tomorrow, Nov. 9, in St. Benedict's parish hall. Admiring a ample are, from left, the Mesdames Henry Przybylinski, president; Roy Strom, dinner chairman, and Ralph H. Amen, bazaar chairman. Bazaar hours are 5- 10:30 p.m. Dinner will be served from 6:30.7:30 p.m. 104 on Honor Roll On the honor roll at Seattle Prep for the first six weeks are 104 students, ineluding 27 freshmen, 42 sophomores, 13 juniors and 22 seniors. Those named include: Freshmen--Robert Alston, John Barb left, Carl Binder, John Slume, Philip Boroughs, Paul Bride, R. Bullwlnkel, Michael Carney, Gordon Collins, Wlll. Iom Dearey, Dan Fenton, Brian Gough, Tim Hass, Donald Kardong, Michael Kehoe, Tim Law, Conrad MozzarinL William Mendenhafl, James Merrill, Joseph Mitchell, Brant africa, Mark Schelbe, Robert Schneider, D a v I d Shelley, William Smith, Doug Watson and Paul Williams. Sophomores-- Dennis Boder, James Brucker, Lorne Canfield, Michael Corn, Kelly Cart, Russell Crusott, Gregory Cruz, Mike Cvitkovlc, John Damlos, Robert Ellis, Michael Fohey, Herbert Fleege, Michael Goodwln, Charles At Seattle Prep Hargts, Gary Helnen, Stephen Hennas, Robert Hilton, Jim Hoover, Mike Hers- will, Robert Hupf, Mike Inflekofer, William Jenkins, Thomas Johnson, Stephen KIsh, Pat McCanto, Dick Mc- Dermott, Michael McGuigan, Doug Moreland, Paul Muckerhelde, Tom Murray, Bradley NItsche, Alan Ochs, Ignatius Ohno, Eugene Sacco, John Sheehan, N. St. Laurent. Doug $tamnes, Michael Tully, James Vlerllng, Dennis Waldron, Dan Weber and Rod Zoroto- rich. Juniors -- Phlll  A n d r u s, Forest Brooks, John Carney, Tom Crawford, Tom DI Joseoh, John Moen, Pot Naughton, David Red, John Ruoff, Mike Sorensen. Charles Swart, Robert Taylor and Mike Tomoso. Seniors--Steve Baxter, Mark Bou- longer, William Budd, Jan Calve, Michael Casey, Carl Christine, Dudley Cox, J o h n Cunnlngnam, Michael Gladych, Kenneth Hoydock, John Her- ton, Thomas Maurice, Jerome Mer- kel, John Merrill. Robert Parks, Jack Reagan, Richard Sounders, Michael Soltero John Sweeney, Paul Taylor Victor Walling and Richard Wright. LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. OFFERS YOU A "WORRY-PROOF" HEATING SERVICE WHICH INCLUDES: AUTOMATIC DELIVERY Regular Inspection OIL BURNER SERVICE Insurance Plan OIL TANK INSURANCE : Against Replacement COMPLETE BUDGET TERMS . LA. 3-4500 A  HEATING -- , SERVICE LAURELHURST FUEL 0g o. Frank J. Marier Frank A. Mariuro Jr. Stephen M. Marier 3200 NE 4Sth LA 3-4500 training ground in the methods and techniques of modern ar- chaelogy by Princeton Univer- sity and the University of Cali- fornia. Father Patterson was the only Catholic among the 40 archaelogical students, mostly Protestant seminarians. Sisters Invited On Tour of Temple Sisters of the area are in- vited to partake in a tour of Temple De Hirsch conducted by Rabbi Raphael Levine at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11. The Rev. William Treacy, chairman of the Archdiocesan Commission for Church Unity, is arranging the tour and will participate in it. sored by Catholic organi- zations are listed here. The purpose of the cal- endar is to aid in avoid- .ing conflict of dates in scheduling events. List- ings should be sent to The Progress in writing. November 12, 1983- Catholic Seamen's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. November 16, 196--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood Fan- tasy Fair, Student Union Build- ing, Seattle University, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. November 19, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. November 22-23, I$ -- St. Mark Parish bazaar. November 25, 190 -- Xavier Club Day of Recollection, 9:30 a.m., Marycrest Chapel. December 4, I3 -- Seattle Prep Mother Club luncheon and card party sponsored by junior mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. December 7, 1983--Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club dance. December 10, 198]- Catholic Seaman's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. January 6, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood sponsors opening night of "Sound of Mu- sic" Opera House. January 14, 1984 -- Catholic Seamen's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. Friday, ,Nov. 8, 1963 THE PROGRESS--9 i I Open House for Chareso Club GOING OVER the guest list for the annual Chareso Club open house are, from left (in rear), Bruno J. Benedetti, Mary Rakitnichan and Joseph Moushey Jr.; (front), June Cooper and Patricia King, chairman. The event will be from 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Colo. nial Manor, 704 Blanchard St. The club, for single Catholics 28 years and over, meets every two months in Blessed Sacrament Parish Library. Reservations may be made with Miss King (ME 2.8933), Miss Rakitnichan (GL 4-6589); Mr. Moushey (EX 2-6107) or Vern Carter (LA 2-4365). (Photo by Grant Wilson) Meetings, Bazaars Week's Feature Hugh, Victor Jenkins, Joseph Swallwell and Harry Thompson Jr. Money will go toward equipment for S.U.'s theater. Holy Names Academy -- Two one-act plays, 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday, November 15-16, Holy Names auditorium. Ad- mission $1. "Opening Night," by and about Cornelia Otis Skinner, starring Noreen Sev- ruk and Judy Danson; "Beware the Bear," by Margaret Carry, starring Sylvia Rantucci, Gerri Kceley and Mary Lou Cahill. Also a reading from "I Re- member Mama," by John Van Druren, given by Kathy Kelly, Sharon Raney and Lorna Cot- ton. Holy Name Soeiety--A spir- itual bouquet presentation to be made during the Christmas season to the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Arch- bishop of Seattle, and to Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will be discussed Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Archdiocesan Union cabinet meeting in St. Cabrini Hospital cafeteria. Dinner, 6 p.m.; meeting, 7 p.m. According to John Spellman, archdiocesan president, plans for the presentation will be re- viewed by John Endal, commit- tee chairman. All Holy Name men are urged to invite their entire parish to join in the spiritual bouquet, which traditionally is presented in the form of an illuminated gift card  prepared by the Car- melite Sisters. Holy Rosary Parish -- Queen of Prophet Guild rummage sale begins 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, 657 Daley St., Edmonds. Auction at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Earl Gannon is chairman and Mrs. Joe Baus, co-chairman. Kappa Gamma Pi -- Commun- ion breakfast, 10:30 a.m., Sun- day, Nov. 10, Bellarmine Hall dining room, at Seattle Univer- sity. $2.25. The Rev. Armand M. Nigro, S.J., will speak. O'Dea Mothers Club-Annual memorial Mass, II a.m., Wed- nesday, Nov. 13, St. James Ca- thedral. The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will be cele- brant. Mothers and a I u m n i mothers urged to attend. Luncheon after the Mass at Exeter Hotel, 8th Ave. and Bellevue Sacred Heart Parish- Nor- man H. Allen, Boeing Co. ex- ecutive, of Our Lady of Fatima Parish, will speak at Holy Name Society breakfast, follow- ing the 8 a.m. Mass Sunday, Nov. 10, on "Ethics and Moral- ity in Business." Sixth annual Altar Society Country Fair, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 9, B e I 1 e v u e Square Pavilion. Mrs. Russell M. Ward, chairman, and Mrs. G. E. Deal, co-chairman, are assisted by parish guilds. Open to the public. Bellingham Assumption Parish -- Harvest Dinner, noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 10, school gymnasium. Adults--S1.50; children under 12 --75 cents; children under six -- free. Co-chairmen: Mrs. James Roe and Mrs. Robert Lee. Comas St. Thomas Aquinas Parish-- Marian Award will be presented in St. James Cathedral at 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 10. to four teen-age girls, Judy Rondeau. Teresa Skrentny, Emily Boys and Kelly Powers. Mrs. Howard Rondeau is leader of this pro- gram. Rummage sale Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 13-14. parish hall. Sponsored by Aquinas Guild. Mrs L. J. Mc- Eneny, chairman. Mrs. John Skrentny in charge of tea room. Hot dish, 50c. Cle Elum St. John the Baptist Parlsh-- Hunter's Mass (elk season) 7 p.m., Sundays, November 10 and 17. Duvall Holy Innocents Parish- An- nual Altar Society silver tea and bazaar, 1-4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 14. new church hall. Pub- lic invited. Lynnwood St. Thomas More Parish -- Pre-Thanksgiving Dance. 9 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Nov. 18, Meadowdale C o u n t r y Club, 15309 Lunds Gulch Road. Mea- dowdale. Sponsored by Men's Club. Tickets, $2.50 per couple, available from club members. Seattle Assumption Parish--Altar So- ciety meeting, 1 p.m., Monday, Nov. 11, rectory meeting room. Francis Schuckardt of the Blue Army of Fatima will be guest speaker. Blanchet Mothers Club--Reg- ular meeting, 7:45 p.m., Mon- day, Nov. 11, school cafeteria. Panel discussion on "Teenager and Study." Panelists: Rev. David E. White, dean of stud- ies and head of the language department; Sister M, Alexis, C.S.C., social studies depart- ment; Maury Sheridan, head of the English department; Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Swan of Blessed Sacrament Parish. The Rev. Joseph Erny, pastor of Blessed Sacrament, will act as chairman. Carmelite Institute, YLI -- Meetings first and third Wednesdays of each month at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. Mrs. Betty Martin of St. Cecilia Institute in Seattle was appoint- ed Institute Deputy. Mrs. Henry Jacobsen is president. Christ the King Parlsh--Au- tumn Daze card party, 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, parish hall. Ad- mission $1. Any kind of game may be played--players should bring their own cards. Reser- vations: Mrs. Hugh Cox, EM 2- 6697 or Mrs. Earl Mackin, EM 3-0322. Felix Club--Annual memorial Communion, II a.m. Mass Sun- day, Nov. 24, St. Mary Church. Meeting afterward in rectory hall. Friends of Seattle Universl- ty's Teatro Inigo--Will sponsor a "Treasure Exchange" at 1301 2nd Ave. Nov. 11-12. Hours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Tues- day, 0 a.m. to 7 p.m. Articles, including books and clothing, needed. Call Mrs. John W. Syl- vester, EA3-3468, to arrange donations. On the committee: the Mesdames Thomas Mc- PROPOSED SUBURBAN APT'S. NEAR CHURCH Seneca St., preceding regular monthly meeting at 1:30 p.m., St. James Cathedral hall. For information, call Mrs. Patrick Gurry, CH 2-6012. Our Lady of Guadalupe Par- ish-Annual bazaar today and tomorrow, new parish hall. Hours, 7 p.m. to midnight to- day; 11 a.m. to II p.m. tomor- row. Food and refreshments at a "Sidewalk Cute." Committee members include Pierre Dorrat- cague, Mrs. Coy Carter and Mrs. William Santee. Providence Hospital Auxil- iary-Open House tea, I-5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 15, Providence Hall, 17th Ave. and East Cherry St. Mrs. John MacKinnon is chairman and Mrs. H. T. Buck- her is auxiliary president. A model o f the new hos- pital develop- ment will be on display. Tours will em- phasize w o r k performed by the "pink la- dies" of the MRS. H.T. auxiliary. More volun- BUCKNER teers are need- ed. Those interested contact Mrs. Ethel Peugh, volunteer director, at the hospital. Sacred Heart Parish--Break- fast sponsored by the Altar Guild, Sunday, Nov. 10, in par- ish hall. Continuous service be-' gins after 8 a.m. Mass. Adults --$1.25; children under 12--75c. Mrs. Leo Murphy is in charge. St. Ann Parish--Parents Club silver tea and open house for Benedictine Sisters, 1-3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. I0, school hall. Mrs. C. I. Stevens and Mrs. Raymond Fowler, chairmen. St. Bernadette Parish -- An- nual three-day carnival, No- vember 21-23. Hours: 6 p.m. to midnight, Thursday and Fri- day; noon to midnight, Satur- day. Admission free. St. Coletta Society for Re- tarded Children -- Meeting at noon Tuesday, Nov. 12, usa NCCS Club, 217 Seneca St. CCD teachers needed at Rainier School. Those interested should call Rev. Charles Crosse, Buck- Icy, VA 9-2523. collect. For fur- ther information, call Mrs. J. E. Male. WE 5-5732. St. Catherine Parlsh--Mothers Club meeting, 7:45 p.m., No- vember 21, in church basement. James G. Buesko, probation of- ficer of Thurston County juve- nile court in Olympia, will be guest speaker. Fathers invited to attend. Mothers of sixth grade students will be hostess- SPECIAL MEXICO PILGRIMAGE to "OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE" 16-Day JET PILGRIMAGE TOUR $499 Depart: November 29th E-Day JET PILGRIMAGE TOUR $389 Deport: December 7th Our Mexico Pilgrimage Tour Is under the spiritual direction of Reverend Father Dunstan Curtis, OSB. President of St. Martin's College of Olympia, Washington. The complete 16-day tour includes Mexico City, Taxco, Acapulco Pueblo, Cholua, Los Reread as, roundtrip Western A;rllnes jet transportation, all hotels, most meals and specially arranged vis ts to "The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadelupe" and the outstand- ing Cathedrals of Mexico. The shorter B-day four emphasizes Mexico Cify hlghll.ghfs and "The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe." BON VOYAGE TRAVEL SERVICE THE BON MARCH| Seattlu Everet MA. 4-0606 AL. 9-8101 es. Mrs. Ray McDade and Mrs. Tom Mulholland are co-chair- St. Edward Parish -- Annual dinner, Italian banquet, 6 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 24, parish hall. Tickets $3.50. St. John Parish -- Mothers Club meeting 7:45 p.m. Wednes- day, Nov. 20, Egan Hall. Ann Stayer will moderate a fashion show, for which members will model. Mothers of sixth grade students will be hostesses, headed by Mrs. Raymond Buley and Mrs. John Fernandez. Parish bazaar dinner noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, Egan Hall. Tickets sold at door, $1.50 adults, 75c chidren; pre-school- ers free. Bazaar will continue November 21-23, evenings. Ukrainian Brotherhood of St. Andrew--Dinner-dance, 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 9, American Le- gian Hall, 50th Ave. N.E. and N.E. Roosevelt Way. Music by Ukrainian band from Victoria, B.C. Donation $1.50 per person, ac- cording to Nick Yashchishin, general chairman. Sumner St. Andrew Parish -- Guild meeting, Thursday, Nov. 14, parish hall. Slides of Germany and Holland will be shown. Tacoma Holy Cross Parish--Mothers Club meeting, 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 14, school auditorium. Program will be the annual Book Fair. Ladies Auxiliary of Catholic War Veterans -- Members will be dinner guests of Tacoma AU-City Post at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, New York- er Care. Members should bring offering for Thanksgiving food basket. New officers elected are: The Mesdames A 1 d o Federighi, president; G e o r g e Hinkley, William Kennedy and Herman Biershenk, v i c e presidents; Robert Fitz, welfare office; Mi. chael McDaniel, historian; Ma- ry Wetsch, ritual; Stanley Racz- kowski, treasurer; Zack Vane, Veterans Affairs Volunteer Ser- vice, and Biershank, alternate. Ozanam Home--Silver tea, 1 p.m., followed by card party, Thursday Nov. 21, at the home. Sponsored by supporting cir- cles. Mrs. Edward P. Leonard and Mrs. J. T. McCormick, co- chairmen. All circle members and interested women invited. Miss Loretta Hinckley, presi- dent, and Mrs. J. P. Simpson, past president, will preside at the tea table. Philomathea, Bellarmlne Mo- thers Club--Meeting 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 12. Mrs. Da- vid Countryman will discuss European Advent customs. The Mesdames George Risse, Wil- liam Oken, Earl Westgate and J. Fitzpatrick will be hostesses. St. Leo Parish--Grade school mothers will serve pancake breakfast after 8 and g: 15 a.m. Masses Sunday, Nov. 10, it school cafeteria. Mrs. Anthony Lovrovich, chairman; Mrs. Leo Ehreth co-chairman. High School Mothers Club meeting, 8 p.m., Monday, Nov. 11, school cafeteria, Mrs. Jean McDonald presiding. St. Rim Church- Ladies of St. Francis Sodality m e e t i n g 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov, 13, rec- tory. Mrs. Gus Carbene an d Mrs. Fred Gressman will be hostesses. Sodality Communion Sunday, Nov. 17, 9 a.m. Mass, followed by a Mother-Daughter breab fast at the New Yorker. John Paglia will speak. Vancouver Our Lady of Lourdes Parish --Fourth annual Fall Festival, November 15-16. Games, booths, free gifts. Joseph Raquer is general chairman. Live within 600 feet of new Catholic Church in Auburn. Apartments deluxe in every respect. 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