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the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups of these or any other outstanding November 1S-West Bremerton at Bellarmine, Capital League. teams is to have them play High school point-makers EIGHTY-ONE girls, representing Junior Catholic Daughters of America, left) Father Stephen Szeman, Father Michael Cody, the Bishop, Father against each other. TO PAT FO "rP vn PAT FO YP Girl Scouts and Camp Fire Girls, were added to the all-time archdiocesan Brian Hart and Rt. Rev. Monsignor John P. Doogan, Blanchet High School But unfortunately the classic La,Vsteve Ck,cenk,n,SP ........ SP ...79 144 00 "S6 rime" norratsUe,Harklas, eel| se ..... it os o 6d Marian Award list Sunday as the national medal was presented by the Most principal, who preached the sermon. Sunday&apos;s presentation marked the between these two Jesuit-con- or capute, sP .... 7 e o 42 rock go,ny, eL .... I S 0  Reverend Thomas E. Gill, VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, in St. James highest number of Marian Award recipients in one year since its inception Pat Molar, BL ....... 6 0 0 36 Pat gnelp, SM ....... ! 0 0 ducted high schooLs--the state's Mark Clark, SP ....... S s 0 24 Mike Larsen, SP ..... 1 0 S 6 Cathedral. Officers of the annual ceremony with Bishop Gill include (from in the Archdiocese five years ago. two top-ranked football behe- 'ooOe Duncan, SL ...4 O S 24 Steve Mathias, SM .... I 0 S 8 i! ; Joe Lynn, Boll ...... 4 0 0 24 Terry Rogers, SM .... 1 0 0 6 moths w]th identical g-O-O won- Dick HIII, O'D ....... 2 1 S 19 Stan Russell, aM ..... 1 : : : St Anne Medal .... Jim Hannam, SM 2 . S 12 .... 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Northwest Catholic Association toorno. tar me eatue 'rep Final Standings Panthers, happiness is an League Season undefeated, untied sea- W L T Pet. PF PAW L T Pet. GBL son. Seattle Prep ........ 3 O 0 1.000 23S 32 9 O 0 1.OOO -- The same could be said for Blanchet., .......... 2 1 O .667 104 151 5 4 O .556 1 the Gonzaga ]rep Bullpups of Bellarmine .......... 1 2 O .33 48 141 2 5 O .286  Spokane. O'Dea ............... O S, 0 .00O 4S 146 1 6 1 .143 3 So, the only way to stle  This week s varsity spectacles argument .on me merms o lost-tied records--will never be. Jeff Smith, SM ....... 3 1 0 I Mike Seuntry, SP .... I Rod Wlnterreth, BL ..$ 0 0 IS Mike Whims, BL ..... t Yet the conversation pieces Jim St. Oermaln, SP 2 1 0 13 Steve Kneeshaw, Bell 0 of the dream game is wordy Mark Boulangor, SP -2 0 0 12 Dan Stekke, BL ...... 0 and worthy. John Callan, O'D -.2 o 0 12 Pat Naughton, SP ...O Because of its devastating Pat Kennedy, Bell ..2 0 0 12 Gary Suoak, O'D ..... 0 39.0 shut-out over Blanchet Dave Lanza, SP ....... 2 e o 12 Greg cox, SM ........ o Bob Pormole, O'D ...2 0 0 12 Ken Hordyk, SM ..... 0 ]Friday, Seattle Prep deft- Jim Bourgotte, BL .... 1 4 0 10 Mike Mast, SM (tackle fOr safety) 2 nitely is the class of the state and the undisputed champion of the Northwest Catholic Association and the Western Conference. Prep being the "class of the state" is only questioned by Gonzaga followers who strongly feel likewise about their BuU- pups. The Gonzagans have a slight edge in the debate since their school is rated first for the second week in a rowby both polls of the Associated Press and United Press International. Seattle Prep has not as yet exceeded its season limit of 10 games, set for all member schools by the Washington In- terscholastic Activities Associa- tion. Gonzaga played its 10Oh Thursday a g a i n s t Shadle. Should the Pups have lost, Prep in the No. 2 spot is bound to grab the top spot in the wire services' final polls. THE DREAM game, ar- ranged by the two schools, would then have to be in ap- plication form with the state association. Organizations, de- siring to sponsor such a finan- cially-promising venture would also have to deal with the WIAS. But everyone would have a long wait. The associa- tion does not meet until De- cember and has always frown- ed on such gridiron frivolities as a "state championship" pro- motion. So there goes the ball game. but also smart as the whole team sports a 3.2 grade point. The Bullpups are averaging 35 points and giving up only two touchdowns a game. PREP ON the other hand is a marvelously well-balanced and well - coordinated team, composed by John Goodwin-- one of Frazier's brighter play- ing disciples at Gonzaga Prep in the early 40's. The Panthers possess a tight ass defense, hard - running acks, par excellence in the quarterback slot and above all, vicious tackling and hard-nosed blocking line from end to end. Prep averaged 25 points and gave up three per game. Matched against Gonzaga, that would give the Panthers a one- point advantage. West coast fans of this Evergreen State will side with the Panthers. More con- cretely, Seattle Prep is sure to receive this year's Knights of Columbus' James P. English Memorial Trophy, emblematic of the best Catho- lic outfit in the Archdiocese, at Seattle Council's 27th an- anal Gridiron Banquet Mon- day, Dec. 7, in the K of C Hall. ten C a s a n o v a, principal speaker, will be out to inter- view and look over the pros- pacts, not only from Prep but also from Blanchet, Bellarmine and O'Dea. the injury-ridden Braves, who had three starters in bandages and another in civilian clothes. Prep out-yarded Blancher 446 (319 of it on the ground) to 137 (111 through rushing). And again, it was the Prep reserves who did most of the playing in the second half, beginning with a score of 33-0. Bellarmlne Wins The Bellarmine Lions also had reason to whoop it up Fri- daheir-- six-game I o s i n g streak was snapped on a 9-0 spectacular T a c o m a City League and Capital League win over Mount Tahoma. Eighteen plays in the first quarter was all that had been required for the first score with Tim Harkins going over from the one. Then Gary Rune in the last quarter kicked his memorable field goal on a 23-yard attempt. Field goals this season are rare niceties in Catholic games. But not only was it the first for any Catholic dub, it was also the first for Ruffs, who normally handles place-kicks. Bellarmine's game with West Bremerton this Friday on the Lions' home field officially closes archdiocesan football play this year. Two Shut-outs Spokane, a city of some 162,- One of these could be Prep's 000 souls, could go for a turkey L a r r y C o o k, who Friday day game. The contest would have drawn even if it was held in Ahtanum. Gonzagans report the Bnll- pups have versatility and all- around team speed. P a s s laterals, reverses, rainbow asses, end-sweeps, eross. ucks and every other stra- tegy coach Bill Fraifier has concocted--the Bnllpups have them all mastered. Three Spokane All-City first- stringers and o n e second- stringer are among the start- ers. The entire backfield is composed of track sprinters. They are not only big and fast snatched the point-making title from teammate Steve Conklin. Cook was let loose for four touchdowns and three points- after in Prep's 39-0 showdown win over Blanchet at West Se- attle Stadium. His TI) romps included yardages of 60, 33, four and 18 plus two conver- sion runs and a PAT pass from Conklin. MARKCLARK on an 18- yard run and Dave Lanza in his second TD of the season on a one-yard plunge were the other Prep tallies in a game that saw the Panthers execute alert blocking and tackling against Four deserving women of girls' youth groups in the Archdiocese Sunday received the St. Anne Award-- a national medal with pendant for adult leaders of the Junior Catholic Daughters of America, the Girl Scouts and the Camp Fire Girls. The recipients are the Junior CDA's Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Snedeger of St. Mary Magda- len's Parish in Everett, the Girl Scouts' Mrs. John H. (Ger- aldine) Christensen of St. Philo- menu's Parish in Des Moines, and the Camp Fire Girls' Mrs. Clay (Mary) Nixon of Belle- vue's Sacred Heart Parish and Mrs. Patrick A. (Edwina) Ger- aghty Sr. of Seattle's Our Lady of Fatima Parish. The award was made at the fifth a n n u a I Archdiocesan Marian Award ceremony in which 81 girls from these three youth groups had re- ceived the coveted national honor in St. James Cathedral Holder of the Camp Fire Girls' Torch Bearer Award, Mrs. Nixon has been a Camp Fire leader at Bellevue's Sacred Heart for five years. A Camp Fire council coordinator, Mrs. Nixon is a native of Seattle and the mother of two children. Mrs. Nixon has been a mem- ber of the Archdiocesan Marian Award committee since its be- ginning five years ago. She is also active in the Ryther Child In closing out their seasons, Center, Orthopedic Guild and both O'Dea and St. Martin's Seattle Day Nursery and is a suffered shut-outs, past president of the American O'Dea was locked, 29.0, Legion Auxiliary and the Ma- by Ferndale near the Inter- rine Corps Auxiliary. national Border and visiting She lives with her family at St. Martin's bowed out, 10-0, 9322 Sunset in Bellevue. to Eatonville. A SEATTLE University grad- So now come the basketball uniforms out of the boxes and that sport; too, may be led by CYO Seattle Prep. If Gonzaga Prep has the same fortune, the much-debated football ques-crowns ' tion could be settled in the championship game of the WI- AS' four-team state Class AA basketball finaLs at the Univer- sity of Washington's Edmund- son Pavilion next March. at stake The central deanery CYO spartanette and cadette vol- leyball championships will be held starting at 1 p.m. this Sunday in Blanchet High School. The jamboree finals are also scheduled the same day and site. One more hurdle before the CYO archdiocesan CYO cadet flag f o o t b a 11 championship game, come November 24 in Tacoma. That's the central deanery championships this Sunday in West Seattle Stadium. Both midgets and cadets will settle their accounts but the cadet uate and the mother of five, Mrs. Christensen is active in both the Girl Scouts and the Camp Fire Girls. She has logged some 14 years in youth work both as a participant and leader. Mrs. Christensen is a native of Pocatello, Idaho, and at- tended Holy Names Academy and received a Home Econom- ics degree at SU in 1955. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. M. K. (Bob) Newman. Her mother is Archdiocesan Marian Award chairman, who has been assist- ed by her daughter since the awards were first organized. Mrs. Christensen lives with her family at 3603 S. 260th PI. in Kent. Another Marian Award pio- neer, Mrs. Geraghty is a Camp Fire Girl leader at Our Lady of Fatima Parish. The mother of seven and grandmother of four, Mrs. Geraghty is a past president of St. Margaret's Parish Mothers Club, Our Lady of Fatima Parish Mothers Club and Seattle Prep Mothers Club. An ardent booster of the CYO summer camping program through her chil- dren's efforts on the camp staff, the Seattle native lives with her family at 2519 Mth Ave. W. in Seattle. Everett's success in the Jun- ior CDA program has been partly due to Mrs. Snedeger. She has been active as a Junior CDA counselor for seven years and has served as Everett district Marian Award chair- man for all three participating groups since 1958. Mrs. Snedeger has presented award recipients from her dis. trict all these four years. A na- tive of Mabton, she attended Yakima schools. The mother of one lives with her family at 1927 Howard St. in Everett. Marian Award recipients in- clude: NORTHERN DEANERY Everefl--(Junior CDA) Peggy Dayton, Vlckl Ledry, Mary Harlng, Teresa Hu- don, Margaret Galerio, Madellne Busen, Rita Kuehn, Joyce Weller, Barbara Lagozzlno, Nancy Bennelt, Kathleen Barcott, Christine MuckeY, Susan Saley. Immaculate Conception, Mount Ver- non -- (Camp Fire) Marcia Fort. Queen of Angels, Port Angeles--(Comp fire) Janle Case, Jerletta Page, Pa- tricla Warwick, Connie Young. CENTRAL DEANERY Our Lady ef Fatima, Soattle--(Camtl " Fire) Roseann Casper, Deborah Nor- man, Elaine Hoover, Madellne Moy- zone, Mary Jo Small, Margaret Hannl, Patricla McNamara, Barbara Walker, Sarah Walsh, Sue Intlekofer, Monica Cruz, Leslie Ellis, Llnda Roth, Marllyn Jones, Suzanne McNamara, Christine Medina, Maurlne Galrns. Biased Sacrament, Seattle -- (Camp Fire) Patrlcla Graves. St. Benedict's, Seettle--(Glrl Scouts} Sherle Thomas, Sue Guidon, Knthleon Carter, Ellen Lee, Teresa dt Joseph. Christ the King, Seattle--(Camp Fire) ,h*dy Finley, St. Cotherlno's sennle--(Camp Fire} Doreen McKenna. St. Malthew's, Seatlle--(Glrl Scouts) Jeanne Zuglsh, Susan Yeafon, Nancy McCord, Shannon Christman, Jo Ann Segte, Joanne Mokosh. H01y Rosary, Seanle---(Camp Fire) Kathy Dahlen, Llnda Whiting, Connie Stewart, Julia Yadrlck, Mary Pacek, (Girl Scouts) Christie Levln, Judy Sparby. Our Lady of Lourdes, Semttl--(Glrl Scouts) Christine Vert, Margaret Mar- risen, Denise Healy, Carol Mlllar, MIchelle Porclch. st. Francis of Asslsl, Senhurtt--(Camp Fire) Debble Rudd, Denise Lautman, Pare Russell, Jerrlo Berard, Janete Waters, Patricla Kahler, Joyce 5chu- macher. Holy Family, Klrklancl.--(Gfrl Scouts) Marllyn Offosen, Susan Hardan, Helen Johncox, Kathleen Wyman. Sacred Heart, Bellevue--(Glrl Scout) Mary Lyn Hlkel. St. Anthony's, Renton--(Glrl Scouts) Trudy Meyer, Theresa O'Srlen, Terrle Dleckmon, Vickl Jo Delaurentl. SOUTHERN DEANERY St. Joseph's, Chehallt--(Glrl Scout) Kathryn Dugaw. St. Thomas, Camas--(Glrt Scouts} Ju- dith Rondeau, Theresa Skaentny, Emily Bogs, Kelly Ann Powers. Soccer all-stars defend inf'l rifle The big dates for the cadet soccer CYO Archdiocesan All- Stars are November 17 and 24. The first Sunday date marks a 12 noon game at Lower Woodland against the North Shore All-Stars of Vancouver, B.C., to open the first of a home-and-home series of the 13th annual Jack R. Oldershaw Trophy international junior competition. The other Sunday date marks the second game in Vancouver. THE KING COUNTY Catholic War Veterans are sponsors of the archdiocesan defending championship team, to be again Coached by Eddie Craggs of St. Anne's. The Archdiocesan CYO All-Star lineup includes: James Lester, Jerry Nest and Wayne Gonzales, St. George's; Don Burke and Tom Cannon, St. Joseph's; Vie Turner and Joe Peterson, St. Bernadette's; Bill McKay, Our Lady of Lourdes; George Tobolski, Holy Family; Grog Mat- son, Assumption; Brian Matthiesen, Blessed Sacrament; Start Bakun, St. Catherine's; Darrezl Siguenza, St, Margaret's; Tim Corbett, Our Lady of Fatima; Mike Langdon, Sacred Heart; winner advances to the Sunday, and Jim Covello, Bill lVliller and John Maguano, St. Anne's. Nov. 24, finale against Tacoma Alternates are: Terry Della, St. George's; Jim McGinley, St. Joseph's; Ned For service to youth ST. ANNE Award winners include (from left) Mrs. Clay Nixon of Bellevue, Mrs. John Christensen of Kent, Mrs. Patrick A. Geraghty Sr. of Seattle and Mrs. Henry Snedeger __ of Everett. The award goes to outstanding Catholic layJ leaders in Junior Catholic Daughters of America, Girl Scouts and Camp Fire Girls who have contributed to the spiritual development of Catholic youth. --(Progress Marian Award Photos by Charley Heib.) Teen club social whirls ---At Port Angeles Spaghetti dinner, Queen of Angels CYO Con Brio Teen Club, this Sunday evening, par- ish cafeteria. Reasonable prices, special family rate. Proceeds for club treasury. --af St. Joseph's "Plymouth Rock," annual Thanksgiving eve dance, St. Joseph's CYO Teen Club, 8:30 to 11:30 p. m., Wednesday, Nov. 27. parish hall, 19Oh Ave. E. and E. Aloha St. Admission with card, $i per person. Dan O'Donnell, chairman. ---at St. Luke's " N o v e m b e r Nonsense," dance, St. Luke's CYO Teen Club, 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. this Friday, parish auditorium, 175th and Dayton Ave. N. Music, Dynamics. Admission, $1 stag and $1.75 drag. For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUgDERSOg champ St. Patrick's (5-0-0) on the Bellarmine High School's S;17 PINE 7/,4 BROADWAY SEATTLE TACOMA i ii i HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing Farming Trades Social Work Clerical Work For Information write: Srother Gilbert Burke, .S.. Notre Dame High School 13642 Rlvorlide Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. i FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Call JOHN DES JARLAI$ (Day.Jm'.Lw) EM. 3-6110 Res. LA. B-g31| MEMBER LADY OF THE LAKE PARISH "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 117th & BOTHELL WAY JOE PINE "Member of St. Benedict's" :Hew & Used Cars & Trucks Lions Memorial Field. Buckman, St. Francis of Assist in Seahurst; Dan Chandler, Our The deanery play-offs begin Lady of Fatima; and Mike Murphy, Blessed Sacrament. at e:a0 p.m. with the midget The CWV's International Soccer Banquet will be held at opon everFdcq' When the 'saints' go skating in title contest first. 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, in the Veterans of Foreign Wars hnchoonsfrom$1.$ Representing the north will be CATHOLIC students appearing this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Iceparade of 1963 either Lyn Salvage's St. Luke's Hall, 90812th Ave. A donation of $2.50 is being asked to help dinners item $-.45 include with Bob Bentler on stilts (not in order) Jackie Davis and Cheryl Davis, Ver- (5-1-0) or Earl Lorraine's Christ defray the soccer series. htldren's menu onique and Jean-Rene Basle, Paul Trummel, Richard and Marjorie Hegge, Jane, Janet and the King (5-1-0). The southern- DANIEL J. BARKER heads the CWV committee, assisted ample free parklnq Candy Johnson, Dina Nyberg, Larry Copeland, Karen Francom, Phyllis Flint, Dennis ers wil! be either Sid Clark's St. by Gordon Banbury, Paul Maurice, Richard Ferguson, John Gehringer and Patti Fitzpatrick. Others (not shown) are Brenda Haggard, Roll Holtz Joseph s (5-0-1)or Fred Barth s Skarnish and Jim Galletti. e  V U 1 IL'11 e and Janie Guay. St. Paul's (5-0-1). I J[, J" - '* JrJ I The cadet titanic pits Frank Iceparade will aid Walkwskrs St' Edward's (5"0"0) vs. Joe Sherman s St. John's Scoreboard Seafood Restaurant (7o.0) Seattle results Featurinq the orlcjlnal Sklpper'e dishes. At yacht basin, 1 mllo north We Salesmen ere proud of he way our Company ekes core of its cusfomers. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET Inspirational players of all Flag Football MIDGETS o! old tloatiag" bridge. Catholic school kids flag football teams will be hon- MIDGETS AssumptlonA'st, St. AnneO. rorreeervatlenaoallEet2.217$ ME2.4333 I IAT. 2.2447 ored in between games with st. Luke 26, Et. Edward 0. Blessed Sacrament 0, SI. Cathorlno 0. presentations to be made by st. Paul 8, St. John O. SL Mark 1, Assumption Bees O. o .%%.........--...-- St. Jeseph 36, Lady of the Lake 0. St. John 2, Lady of Fatima 0. CYO athletic director Pete Hup- St. Teresa 7, Christ the King 6. st. Fnancls 6, Holy Family O. BROTHERS ur"" SAINT JOHN OF GOD St. Plus 6, Assumption 0. Lady of Lourdes S, St. Louise I. m m Members of many Seattle and Iceparade is produced by the intendent of schools, heads the perten and football head cam- St. Joseph 2, St. George I. Seattle Skating Club in coopera- tion with the Catholic Mothers' money r e c O iv d from The The archdiocesan classic in King County parishes will take part in Iceparade of 1963, local- ly- produced benefit ice show, this Friday, Saturday and Sun- day, in the Seattle Center Arena. Archdiocesan school children benefit in a share of the pro- ceeds from Iceparade since all roceeds go into the Seattle ost - InteIIigencer Christmas Fund and are divided between a special committee of the Archdiocesen and Child Welfare Board of the Seattle and King County Councils of the Parent- Teachers Association, Last year the Archdiocese received $5,260.91 and in 1961, 5,059.12 from the Christmas Fund, The fund monies are divided on the basis of the number of students in public and archdiocesan schools. Club, the PTA and the P-I. More than 200 outstanding skaters from the Northwest and throughout the nation will ap- pear in this year's 20-act show. Joseph Hartman, of St. Paul's Parish, is chairman of Ice- parade for the Skating Club. TICKETS are being sold in all Seattle area schools and par- ishes under the direction of Mrs. John Campbell of St. John's Parish, Iceparade chair- man for the Catholic Mothers' Club. Tickets, at $I, $2 and $3, also may be obtained at Sherman Clay and Co., the Bell Book and Candle, Bellevue, and Farmer's Music, Burien. The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Phil- ip H. Duffy, archdiocesan super- committee administering t h e Christmas Fund. Working with Monsignor Duffy are John Pe- luso of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, and Irene Weber, case w o r k e r supervisor, Catholic Children's Services. Peluso said the funds are used mainly to provide dental care, eye examinations a n d glasses, clothing and shoes to c h i I d r e n in archdiocesan schools who otherwise would do without. Referrals to the committee of children in need are made through the parish pastors or the Sister superior of the child's school. Iceparade performances are scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sat- urday and Sunday. missioner Jack Jones. CADETS  Save Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER St. Joseph 12, St. Luke 6. CADETS  CANDIDATES ARE TRAINED AS: Tacoma is sehednled at 2 p.m. Assumption 32, Holy Pamlly 6. Lady of the Lake , Christ the King 0. St. George 2, St. Joseph 0. Registered Nurses, X-Ray, Laboratory Technician, St. John 6, St. Manhew 0. Lady of Lourdes 4, Cathedral 1. o,C" eLou U'J Holy Rosary , St. Paul g. Holy Family 4, St. Francis L Pharmacists, Therapists, Office Personnel or ar Mr. Virgin 26, St. Teresa 6. St. Anne 3, Assumption O. St. Edward 20, Holy Rosary 19. St. Catherine 4, Blessed Sacrament 1. Write: Director of Vocatleas Seattle results st John S6, St. Luke 0. Lady Of Fatima I, St. Margaret 0. St. John of God Hospital Los Angeles 18, alif. -'compiled by Mrs. Martha Jones .--omplied by Frank LaRIvlere Volleyball SPARTANETTES I St. Luke 50, Lady Of the Lake 1. MADISON LUMBER CO St. Mark 43, St. Matthew 30. Lady of the Lake 44, Christ the King 29. St. Luke 37, Assumption 26. Assumption 38, St. Luke 32 (play0ff). Paints, Limber and Hardware CADETTES 2021 E. Madison EAst 2.8080 St. Luke 30, Christ lhe King 27. St. Matthew 38, St. Mark 30. Lady of the Lake 44, St. Plus 16. t St. Catherine 40, St. Luke 2S. CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. Lady of the Lake 4S, SI. Matthow 21.[ careu n Oll g .y, who know howl 2 3043 st. Mark 48, St. Plus 29. st. Monlca S, St. LeuIse --. FORMAL WEAR RENTALS St. Edward 36, St. Joseph 24. Mt. Virgin 37, Cathedral 20. Reasonable Rares . . . fflelenf Ind aea. St. Edward 34, St. Joseph (playoff). LanJl:n_ '---men /YIAlll - 9fh & Olive--MU 2-$898 st. Fa,I 4t, St. A,thony . 4716 University Way N.E,..-LA 4-4100 St. Francis 32, St. Oeorge 27. St. Bernadette 33, Holy Family 29. 219 Terry Am Hmk Smmle In Tacoma: 1302 Tacoma Ave. So.--BR 2-821S ---omplied by Mrs. Lea Lorraine [