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- --7 ..... (Continued from Page 6) tat happened when the divine age was defaced in man. Mail Bazaars Still First In Parish News Seattle Lady of the Lake Parish -- The annual fall bazaar will use a circus theme Frid.y and Sat- urday, Nov. 16 and 17 in the school auditorium. Opening time is 7:30&apos; each evening with special activities planned for children Friday afternoon until 4:3O. Gift items of handmade candles, pine cone handicrafts, needlework and baked goods wi; be featured. The Very Rev. Cornelius Power, pastor, extends an in- vitation for everyone to at- tend the bazaar. Blanchet High School -- The Mothers Club will present the second in a series "The Blan- chat Image" Monday, Nov. 12, at 7:45 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The topic will be "Grades and Homework" and the panel- ists will be Rev. Stanton Boyle, Sister M a ry "Agnella, O.P., Sister Mary Alma, O.P., Dennis K. Peters, all of Blan- cher's faculty and Mrs. Willard Swan. The moderator will be Ray. Joseph Erny of Blanchet. Husbands are invited to at- tend and refreshments will be served by members from St. Benedict Parish. Our Lady of Guadahpe Par- ish--The third annual fiesta fall season bazaar will be held this weekend, November 10, 11 and I II I 12 at the High Point Gym, 3000 S.W. Graham St. Saturday hours are II a.m. to midnight, Sunday from 1:30 to 4:30 p,m. and Monday from II u.m. to 10 p.m. There will be needle-work, white elephant, b a k e goods, home and garden and Christ- mas gifts booths as well as snacks served by the CYO Teen Club. Blessed Sacrament Parish -- A Father Osbouro Memorial Fund dessert card party will be held Thursday, Nov. 15, at 1 p.m. in the church hall. The fund was recently estab- lished for the education of boysin the Dominican order. Father Matthew Osbourne, late pastor of Blessed Sacrament, died last December. Sacred Heart Parish -- The Altar Guild will serve break- fast Sunday, Nov. 11, in the school auditorium, Warren Ave. and John St. Service will begin after the 8 a.m. Mass and con- ,t dominion over himself and er the world. The preterna- Duvall al gifts and sanctifying grace Holy In'ocents Mission Par- ish -- The Altar Society will it. Genesis points out the hold their annual silver tea and of human life as we bazaar Wednesday, Nov. 14, row it. This life is distorted in the church basement from d crippled, not completely by 2 to 5 p.m. A variety of handmade items ]y means, but to some extent, will be on sale. pc Hebrew story points out the Edmonds led for another intervention on Holy Rosary Parish -- A '4t of God as He inter- white elephant auction and t;iq create man. A RE-CRE- rummage sale will be hem Monday, Nov. 12, in the old is needed, post office building. Rummage Redeemer Is Promised sale hours are from 1 to 7 Then the Lord God said to p.m. and auction will be held he serpent: 'Because you have from 7 to 10 p.m. Items for sale may be one this, cur s e d are you brought to the post office even- mong all animals, and among ings from 7 Io 9 p.m. or they l[41ksts of the field; on your will be collected by calling ,ellFshall you crawl, dust Mrs. Kirkpatrick, PR 8-8093. hall you eat, all the days of Everet St. Mary Magdalen Parish-- our life. I will put enmity The fifth anniversary ball will ,etween you and the woman, be h e 1 d Saturday, Nov. 17, ,etween your seed and her from 9 p.m. to 1 a.s . in the ted; he shall crush ),our head Elks Ballroom. nd,ou shal lie in wait for Music for "t h e semi-formal i.O dance will be by Johnny Moe's I 1." (Gnesis III: 14-16) Quintet and there will be en- llTse two verses are often tertainment by the Arthur Mur- lled the "first Gospel." It is ray Dancers. The prime-rib dinner will be e first promise of victory over by reservation only. Tho s e il. And notice that the initi- wishing to dine should call EL ive is taken hy God, a guar- 3-3184 or FA 6-2421 before No- vember 12. lice of continued divine help Young Ladies Institute -- td final v!ctory. Exactly what Everette Institute will be visit- eQhor intended in these od by District Deputy, Miss Lola Moran and Institute :rs'tqFis not absolutely clear. Deputy, Mrs. Earl Lorraine at rht) is the woman? Who is the a meeting set Thursday, Nov. ed? Without going into some ]5, at 8 p.m. in the Knights of teresting scriptural exegesis of Columbus Hall. A country-store auction will tis verse we can say that a follow the meeting and pro- :eral Messianic interpretation is ceeds will go to the Golden )tikely. If so, Christ is fore- study.JUbilee Burse for seminarian ,lpre and the woman is none Our Lady of Perpetual Help ;her than the Virgin predicted Parish--An all-night vigil held [ Isaiah as the mother of the on the eve of the first Satur- viour. The Church has always day of November d rew 202 persons from all parishes. It fen this passage as referring to was sponsored by the Blue Ihrist and His mother. Army. |rear Story Begins Fife the expulsion of Adam St. Martin of Tours Parish-- ldpe from the garden the The Holy Name Society will re- real story of the Divine Inter- ceive Holy Communion in a body at the 8 a.m. Mass this ration begins. It will culmi- Sunday, Nov. 11. A meeting and ire in the selection of the Jews breakfast will follow at t h e bear the light of true religion Poodle Dog Restaurant. The St. Mary Magdalen Cir- ld revealed truth until the full- cle will meet Wednesday, Nov. .ss of time. Evil has entered 14, at 8 p.m. at the home of rld through man's rebel- Mrs. Clyde Bartou. not through God's ere- Riveron iot. Man has sold his birth- st. Thomas Parish--The fall ht for a mess of pottage and festival will be held Saturday, elpless before the Prince of Nov. 17, from 6 to 10 p.m. in arkness, the church basement. There will be booths of all 1The cataclysmic struggle be- types. lvelKthe Kingdom of God and Seattle edom of evil in the world Christ the King Parish-- ps begun. . . ' "Drifting into Fall' is the. theme for the fall fashion show (Next Chapter Novl 23) sponsored by tim Sodality Tues- day, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. in the school hall. Mothers and teenage daughters tinue until after the noon Mass. fashions will be shown as well as young mn's styles. Tickets are $1.25. Chairman is Mrs. Theodore Mitchell. St. Coletta Society for Re- tarded Children--Meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 13, at noon in the home of Mrs. Earl La- Riviere, 841 N.E. 58th. CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. 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Assumption Parish -- The Altar 'Society will meet Mon- day, Nov. 12, at 1 p.m. in the rectory meeting room, Young Ladies Institute -- A workshop for all institutes, in the Seattle area will be held at St. Alphonsus Hall, Sunday, Nov. 11, at 1 p.m. Panel speakers are Mes- dames Charles Bras, Jerry Mylar, Stan Napera and Mar- garet Kretchmer. Past Grand President, Mrs. Eva Margaret Finerty of Vallejo, Calif., will conduct the workshop. Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, November 9 and 10 FATHER RICHARD STOHR and +he members of West Seafle's Lady of Guadalupe Parish invie you and your friends +o their 3rd ANNUAL FIESTA BAZAAR . ,-II, , tlt.A.00j, L}j,00a g,,%it00 HIGH POINT GYM, 3000 S.W. GRAHAM ST. SAT U R DA:o, VESMUERN ?0A. Y, " 12MONDAY ENTERTAINMENT -- CASH -- FOOD HUNDREDS OF VALUABLE PRIZES FUN FOR EVERYONE! Seattle Lorraine Institute, YLI -- Meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. in St. Alphonsus Church hall. Good Shepherd Auxiliary A "Drop Io Dessert and Ba- zaar" will be held Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Home, N. 50th and Sunnyside N. from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Home-made b r e a d, fruit cakes, applesauce cakes, cook- ies and jellies prepared at the Home will be sold. There will be booths featuring ceramics, religious articles, aprons, dolls and other gifts. Mrs. James Heuer is chair- man. St. Catherine Parish -- The Mothers Club meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. The guest speaker will be Gene A. Ford, director of development at Seattle Uni- versity. Refreshments will be served by sixth grade mothers with Mrs. Charles Higgins chairman. St. Anne Parish--The Mothers Club will hold its annual rum- mage sale in the school hall, 1st Ave. W. and Lee St., Mon- day and Tuesday, November 12 and 13. Hours Monday are 1 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Items will be collected Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11, in the hall. For infor- mation or pick-up call Mrs. Eugene Shelley, AT 3-7504. St. Cecilia Institute, YLI A Holy Hour will be held Sat- urday, Nov. 17, at:7:30 p.m. in Blessed Sacrament Church. The Rev. C. V. McEachen, O.P., chaplain of the group, will con- due t the service. Members, their families and friends are invited. Tacoma St. Leo Parish -- The high school Mothers Club will meet Monday, Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. in the school lunchroom. The Mariettes will sing. Philomathea Club-- Regular meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 1:30 p.m. in the Bellar- mine High School auditorium. Mrs. Gordon Goldsmith, social and designing counselor from the HOUSe of Hospitality, will give a demonstration in holiday decorating and gift- wrapping. Siena Club--Meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jay Met- rick, 514 S. Sheridan. Mrs. Pre.Marriage Classes Slated During Lent The next series of pre-mar- riage classes.for engaged cou- ples will be held during Lent, Rev. William Treacy, director of the Catholic Information Center, has announced in re- sponse to. many inquiries. The popular series was or- iginated in Chicago. Helping Father Treacy with the lec- tures w i 11 be Dr. Raymond Clark. Joseph Manley will give the program, a discussion on "The Ecumenical Council." Catholic Woman's C 1 u b -- Meeting w i 1 1 be Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Hervey Petrich, 2821 Garfield Road. The Rev. Joseph Doogan will speak on "The Informed Cath- olic Woman." Assumption Parish annual parish dance sponsored by the Ushers Club will be held Friday, Nov. 30, f ram 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Norway Center auditorium, 300 3rd Ave. W. Max Pillar's orchestra will play. All Assumption ushers are selling tickets at $4 a couple. John L. Vogel is chair- man. Holy Names Academy Alum- nae -- The annual "Back to School" night will be held Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. The Class of 1958 will pre- sent a fashien show and re- freshments will be served at a social hour following the show. Lois Dideon is chairman. St. James Cathedral Parish-- A book fair will be held Sun- day, Nov. 11, after all the Masses in the school. Donations will help complete the library of the school. Coffee will be served. Sacred Heart Names First Communicants BELLEVUE -- One hundred and fifty-nine children received their First Holy Communion November 3 at Mass at Sacred Heart Church. The First Communicants are: Joan Ackormon, Ann Audyckl, Paul Bammert, Susan Bannick. Mary Ban- nick, Judith Bell, Ann Biernier, Nancy Bternler, Daniel Blnnov, Mella Bock, Edward Bolles, Janice Boswell, Celesfe Botch, Mark Bouquet, Lou Anne Boyle, Patrick Bray, Jean Bray, Dennis Brts- lawn, Lynn .Blum, Laura Bradford, Jeanette Brown, Jill Brown, Moltnda arugman, Stephen Burson. Robert Casey, Mike Christie, Mike Coonay, Katie Copeland, Steven Cop- enhaver, John Cotton, John Coyne, Karla Craig, James Culler, Kathleen CuIver, JOall Curtis, Terry Damlos, Mike Dean, Earl Dlller, Nell DofF. linger, Mike Douglas, Maury Deuthlt, Tom Durkan, Laurie Day, Michael Ozelachok, Charlene Easter, Patricia Emerson, Jennifer Pagan, Shannon Fish, John Fisher. Jerry Fortune, Susan G a m a c h e, Michelle Gorberdlng, Joseph Garrod, Jenle Gasper, Richard Gilmore, Leslie Gores, Donna Goroch, Michael Gofz, Janlce Goudle, Robert Gowlng, Thom- as Gross, Klmberly Hagen, John Hall, David Hay, Patrtcia Heffernaa, James Heffernan, Bradley Heilmon, Bobby Howes, Reece Hawksley, David Hebert, Lindo Henehan, Cindy Hill, Michael Hill, Barbara Hllyer. Rosann HatterS, Pamela Hrutka, Mary Imberg, Susan Irwin, Teresa Jackmon, Robin Jacabson, Brian Johnson, Claudia Johnson, Dan John- son, DebOrah Johnston, Karea Ken- nedy, Patrick Kessenich, Patrtcla Kearns, Gregg Kallna, Mark Knowlns, Jeonette Kopkas, Deborah Kuflray, Brian Kuhnle Toni Sue Leln, Fran- ces Lescher, Cheryl Levenson, Co- lean Lyons, Gregory MacPherson, William Michael, Colleen Morgan, Brian Morris, Christine Myer, Frank Nelson, Andrew Nlemer. Mary Nowak, Rory O'Reiily, David OIzendam, Judy Osborne, Mary Jane Past, Patrick Paustaln, dody Parcelts, Stacy Peterson, Steven Phillips, Doug- las Plgott, Mlchelle Potts, Joseph Powers, Jeffrey Pratto, Joseph Pre- gent, Jean Ross, Judy Ross, Rondatl Ross, Patrlcla Rogerson, James Ridge- way, Larry Roy, John Salsburg, Bill Sawhill, Virginia Seater, Michael Sheehaa, Rebecca Sherman, N e a I Shlvely, Julle Shorkey, Suzanne Skin- ner, Mark Smith, Rabble Smith. David Staudacher, Peter Sterling, John Stanton, Ralph Strodel, James Stoke, Vincente Suarez, Laura Swan, Timothy Sutich, Robert Taller, John Tricola, "John Troldl, Marcia Tuforolo, Pat Vale, John Velth, Ted Volberd. Ing, David Stamper,. Julle Elworth, Peter Wahlman, Larry Walter, David Whippla, Elizabeth Wickman, Mark Whitney, Jamle Wilson, Beverly Wil- son, Barbara Williams, Mary Ya:- kuiic. - The 101 Children Receive First Communion One l'undred and one children from Our Lady of the Lake School and CCD classes receiv- ed their First Holy Communion at the 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, eve of the Feast of Christ the King. The Very reverend Cornelius M. Power, pastor, was the cele- brant. The following are the First Communicants: Craig Anderson, Joey St. Aubin, Vickle Lee Ballinger, Kimbe.rly Bend- zok, Jack Berrersen, Tommy Berger- sen, Sherl Brennar., Margaret Bruce, Jimmy Byinglon, Marc Cain, Ronald Comae, Condis Chase, Janet Cramer, Catherine Chesterfield, Marie Cholewa, Matthew Clegg, Ritc Cloud, Gerald Con- nouy, Janet Connor, Ted Conrad, Philip Cook, Mark Carcoran. Cynthia Cox, Erln CresseY, Mary Crossland,. Marian Daly, Peggy Aria Detson, K a r n Dubamel, Kevin Dwyer, Michael Dwyer, Richard Fin- ney, Kathleen Fltzslmons, Douglas Fogard, Debra Fouberl, Philip Gass- man, Robert Gates, Patrick GII- brough, DOnald GIIlls, Laura Good- heart, Donl Ann Gough, Mark Green- go, Michael Groaning, Michael Hahn, Mary Nemmontre, Leslie Hartfield, Timothy Healy, Teresa Heide, Molly Hentschell, Vickie Hilke, Ceei'lla Hill, Charles Hlngston, Michael Holland, Michael Hrank, Robert Hughes, David Johnson, Kathleon Kelly, Robert Kelly, Marian Kenny, Shawa Kenny, William Landon, Roger Larson, Mary Lee, Randal Lewis, Susan Little, Catherine keBlanc. Suzaane LaFlam, Nancy Makula, Theodore Meiia, Teresa Meaklns, Colleen McCoy, Timothy McKanna, Shawn O'Nel[, Kevln Patrlcelll, Arnold Pike, Diana Potts, Gloria Lee PoSts, Michael Ramage, Lorle Rayflald, Robert Rlgwood, Mark Rogers, Tim- othy Ryan, James Sanderceck, Larrle Sellz. P a u I Shipley, Maureen Skelvik, Gerald Smith Timothy Smith, Gary Sohns, Richard Spring, Susan Steckler, Roberta Stratton, Lynn Terwllllger, Corina Volkmor, Margaret Walsh, Jean Wellnitz, Karen Wickersham, Michael Wickersham, Ranatd Wlckersham, on- nie Wilkinsor Gregory Woodhouse, Jill Young. When you patronize our advertisers, tell them you saw their message in The Progress. i St. Charles Borromeo Parish l --An open house will be held Sunday, Nov. II, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Mrs. R. J. Boulanger is chairman. All oarents are urged to attend and meet the faculty of the school. Catholic War Veterans Aux- iliary -- Meeting will be Mon- day; Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Mary Wetsch, 3607 S. 12th St. Members are asked to bring a food dona- tion for a ThanksgiviLg basket for a needy family. St. Rita Parish -- St. Francis Sodality meeting will be Wed- nesday, Nov. 14, at 8 p.m. Following the g a.m. Mass Sunday, Nov. 18, there will be a Mother.Daughter Breakfast for members at the Doric. Aquinas A c a d m y -- The Mothers Club will hold a card party Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Chairman is Mrs. Morton Bun- nell. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the club or at the door. ACC To Sponsor 'Carnival' When the Broadway hit musical "Carnival" opens in Seattle Wednesday, Jan 23, first night festivities will be sponsored by the Association for Catholic Childhood. The musical, which stars Elaine Malbin and David Dan- iels will be performed in the new Seattle Opera House. Mrs. A 11 e n MacQuarrie, ACC president, has appointed Mrs. William Kay as ticket chairman with Mrs. Joseph Michael and Mrs. Kyran Hynes as co-chairmen with the assistance o| John Peluso. Handling publicity w i 1 1 be Mrs. Howard S. Anderson and Mrs. Denton Sherry. The musical play which starred Anna Maria Alberghetti in its original Broadway pro- duction is an adaptation of the movie "Lili" which starred Leslie Caron. The screenplay was taken from the short story "Carnival" by Paul Gallico in which a lonely waif is be- friended by some puppets. The play is produced by David Merrick with songs by Bob Merrill and book by Mi- chael Stewart. The director and choreographer is Gower Champion. First Communion At Fife Parish FIFE -- The Feast of Chirst the King, Oct. 28, was the oc- casion of the First Commu- nion of 37 children of St. Mar- tin of Tour Parish. The children were prepared by the Sisters of St. Francis who staff the school. Those who made their First Communion are: Jan Marie Barton, Jennifer Julsan, Wendy Pagett, Susan Rystedt, Juilanne Schlumpf, Mary Ann Schnider, Louise Schuler, Donna Mae SIIva Janet Simp- son, LIbby Diane Smith, Theresa Stecker, Mary Kaye VelaclCh, Maureen Wellentln, Diane Wolbert; Stephen Allen, Gary AnsPach, John Bero, Edward Butler, Thomas- and Timothy Day, Ronald Fugere, Frank Fulp, Arnle Grab, Kenneth ,Hansen, Thomas Haydon, J a m s Holdener, Thomas Kaelln, Scoff Lazor, Joseph Luchlni, Brian McCarthy, Stephen Mur- phy, Timothy Ochs, Thomas Petersan, Robert Reardon, Randy Schatz, Kevin Trucco and Richard Wall. A Special Message To All Customers Frank J. Matter, Manager OF' Friday, Nov. 9 1962,. THE PROGRESS--7 i Corsage For M'Lady "TUFF PICKINS," a haM-time ball, is on the agenda for St. Joseph Parish. It will be held Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9 p.m. to midnight with music by Babcock's Orchestra. Seen above are the chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Gribble. It is a "come as you are" evening to get acquainted with fel- low parishioners. Tickets are $2 a couple. Bazaar Planned At St. Mark's GETTING PREPARATIONS COMPLETED for the annual bazaar at St. Mark Parish hall are (from the left) Mrs. Robert Robeson, president of the guilds; John Ruther- ford, president of the Men's Club and Mrs. William Wells. The bazaar, being held Friday and Saturday evenings, Nov. 16 and 17, from 7 to 11, will feature all types of booths, games and food. The Rev. Theodore Sullivan, pastor, ex- tends his invitation for all to attend. ,-(Photo by W. C. Heib, Jr.) Ernie Hanis The Ban Ton Bakery Name Is of Special Significance for Quality and Integrity.. One at University Village Shopping Center One at Aurora Vill,ge Shopping Center Try Our Excellent CHEESE CAKE Our Superb COFFEE CAKE Protet your Family's Health The Bon Ton Bakeries never use preservatives nor prepared mixes! You'll Be Glad You Came to Bon Ton Open Daily 9 to 9. 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