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Bazaar At St. Philomena's GEORGE, the string-puppet being guided by the clown (Mrs. Joseph Fagan) entertains Laureen Barker and Michael Derrig in preparation for the festivities at St. Philomena Parish, Des Moines, bazaar, "Holiday Bowl" slated Friday and Saturday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. There will be enter- tainment for the children as well as all types of booths with baked goods, gifts and candy. Laureen's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Barker and Michael's parents are Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Derrig. Kirkland Crab Dinner Slated NOVEMBER 30 is the date for the crab dinner sponsored yearly by the Holy Family Parish, Kirkland. Serving will be from 6 to 8p.m. in the parish hall and there will be a special rate for families. Making preparations are (from the left) Mesdames J. Carson Eckmann, C. E. Corm and William Jayne. Dinner also will include salad, baked potatoes, rolls and dessert. No reservations are necessary. Chuck Lee Head of Gold :Creek Park EVERETT--The appointment of Charles E. (Chuck) Lee as manager of Gold Creek Park ' near Woodinville was announc- " ed this week by W. G. Tyrrell, owner and developer of the 72- , acre amusement center. Lee replaces H e r b Sehroeder as , manager of the enterprise ' which includes three swimming ; pools, large picnic a re a s, a lodge, a riding stables and and an arena. For the past year he has  operated the Chuck Lee Swim School at Gold Creek and prior to that owned the Chuck Lee " Swim School in Everett, where he converted the old Granada Theatre into one of the most i unusual swimming emporiums in the Seattle area. He is an active member of the Everett Junior Chamber of Commerce, serving as past president of that organization and as editor of the Washington State Jaycee. He was instru- mental in the organization of ' the Everett Citizen of the Year awards and was named th e , "Outstanding J a y c e e of the Year" in Snobomish County. Use Christmas Seals To Fight TB Like Christmas trees, candles and holly . . . Christmas Seals are now a part of the holiday scene. The bright stickers on cards and packages are more than decorative touches. They carry the message of the fight against TB around the globe. The contributions Christmas Seals bring help to find persons ill with TB, to provide some of the necessary services for TB patients, to promote the health of the entire community. When you answer your Christmas Seal letter, remem- ber . . . your contribution means btter health for you and your family. II BRING THE FAMILY TO SIR JAMES' PRIME RIB The N.W. Newest & Finest Experience in Dining Pleasure PRIME RIBS A SPECIALTY COCKTAI LS 1101 A St. PHONE BR 2-0352 For Reservation i i WEEK-END SPECIAL! at your favorite FRESH PACIFIC HALIBUT CHEEKS ......... .LB. Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24 i Bellevue Social Group Organized; New Holy Name Chapter In Lynden Bellevue Aquinas Club--Th is newly- organized social club for un- married Catholics, 18 and over will hold a "Cranberry Caper" Saturday, Nov. 24, from 2 p.m. to midnight in the home of Bruce Pitt, 11 Clyde Lane. Open-house in style, it will in- clude a buffet dinner, games and dancing. Those who would like to at te nd may call co- chairmen Judy Campbell, TU 5- 1326, or Franc Schuckhardt, GL 4-4813. Burlington St. Charles Parish--The Altar Society is sponsoring a one dol- lar bazaar to be held Saturday, Dee. 1, beginning at 10 a.m. in the Burlington Community Hall. Booths will include aprons, needlework, stuffed toys, can- dies, flower arrangements, baked goods and novelties. Pie and coffee wilt be served. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Queen of Angels Circle will meet at the hom e of Mrs. Peggy Kammer, 30539 6th Place S.W., Monday, Nov. 28, at 8 p.m. The ladies of the parish will make their retreat at Visitation December 14, 15 and 16. Re- treat chairman is Mrs. Stasie MacDonald, TR. 8-4794. The year-old parish has Sun. day Masses at the Mirror Lake Elementary School, 625 S. 314th St. at 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Cate- chism classes are also held at the school Saturdays at 9:15 a.m. Lynden Holy Name Soeiety--A new Holy Name Society at St. Jo- seph Parish here will be insti- tuted Sunday, Dec. 2, at 2:30 p.m. The ceremony will be conducted by Jerry Oaksmith, president of the Archdiocesan Union and Joseph Wilson, chairman of the Organization Committee at-the request of Rev. James van Gogh, pastor. Lacey St. Placid Benedictine Boost- ers-Meeting will be Wednes- day, Nov. 28, at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner scheduled in the community room of the high school. The Rev. Meinrad Gaul, O.S.B., will show slides and dis- cuss his recent trip to Europe following the dinner. Seattle Xavier Club -- A memorial Mass for members of the club and relatives living and de- ceased will be offered in St. Jo- seph Church Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 8;15 a.m. St. Peter Parish--The month- ly meeting of the Altar Society will be held Friday, Nov. 30, at noon in the parish hall, St. Mary Parish--The Moth- ers Club Christmas bazaar will be held Saturday, Dec. 1, from noon to 5 p.m. in the school au- ditorium. Religious articles, handmade linens, h o 1 i d a y decorations, Christmas c a r d s and wrap- pings, homemade candies and cookies and attic treasures will be sold. A snack bar will be open. II I } St. Patrick Parish--The CCD of the parish is again sponsor- ing a Walt Disney movie this Saturday, Nov. 24, in the par- ish hall at 1:30 p.m. The ad- dress is 2702 Broadway East. The film is "Toby Tyler" and admission is 35 cents for chil- dren, 50 cents for adults and a special $2 rate for families of five or more children. Popcorn will be on sale. Our Lady of Fatima Parish-- The Fort Lawton Officers Club will be the scene of the annual luncheon sponsored by the Lucia Section of the parish Tuesday, Dec. 4. The soci a 1 hour will begin at 11 a.m. with luncheon served at noon. "December Decor" is the theme announced by Mrs. Ralph Zech, general chairman. A "do it yourself" demonstra- tion of holiday decorations will be given by Mrs. F. H. Neham- met following the luncheon. St. Matthew Parish--A Cana Conference for married couples will be held Sunday, Nov. 25, at the church, 1240 N.E. 127th. The Rev. William Treacy, as- sistant chancellor of the Arch- diocese and a panel member of the television program, "Chal- lenge" will conduct the discus- sions. The conference will run from 1:30 to 6 p.m. with registrations at 1:30 in the rectory meeting room. All married couples are invited. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Terhar are chairmen. For res- ervations call them at EM 3-6059. St. John Parish-- The Mo- thers Club will meet Wednes- day, Nov. 28, at 7:45 p.m. in the school hall. The program will be a holiday gift wrapping de- monstration. Sixth grade mo- thers are in charge. St. Benedict Parish--The par- ish guilds will sponsor a Christ- mas gifts and decorations sale Saturday, Dec. 1, from 1 to 9 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Rolls and coffee will be served. Third Order of St. Francis-- The monthly conference of St. George Fraternity will be held Sunday, Nov. 25, in St. James Cathedral at 2:30 p.m. The Rev. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M., will give the sermon Chapter meetings will be at 2 p.m. in the Cathedral hall. Reports on the national conven- tion of the Third Order held in Detroit will be heard. Postu- lants and novices will meet at 1:15 p.m. in school rooms 1-A and 1-B. Fifteen novices will be pro- fessed following the sermon in the Cathedral. A social hour will follow. Marian Club-- Joseph Witt, assistant director of the Uni- versity of Washington Arbor- etum will speak on "The Ar- boretum through the Year" at the meeting slated Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 1 p.m. at St. Peter Claver Interracial Center. The talk will be illustrated by slides. commemoration of the 50th an- niversary of the founding of the parish. Times will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Tours will be conducted by members of the Holy Name Society and Men's Club who are sponsoring the open house to- gether with Rev. James V. Hamilton, pastor. A special Mass was offered Thanksgiving Day for the many benefits bestowed on the parish in the past 50 years. Holy Rosary Parish-- "Holi- day Bazaar" is the theme of the Mothers Club bazaar to be held in the school auditorium Saturday, Dec. 1. A hot turkey dinner will be served from 5 to 8 p.m. There will be booths featuring bean bag throw, fish pond for the children as well as booths of gifts, toys, pastries and candies for adults. Mrs. Ray Miller is general chairman. Shelton St. Edward Parish--St. Rage of Lima Guild is having a card party Saturday, Dec. 1, at 8 p.m. in the CCD House. Georgetown Jesuit To Speak at SU The Rev. George H. Dunne, S.J., director of international programs at Georgetown Uni- versity, will St. Anne Parish--The Sanet- speak on "Cath- uary Society will meet Tues- olic Social day, Nov. 27, at 1:30 p.m. Teachings as a Framework for Christ the King Parish -- World Peace" "Tally-He" card party will be at Bellarmine held in the parish hall Friday Hall on the Se- night, December 7, beginning attle Universi- at 8 o'clock, ty campus Any type of cards may be T h ursday, placed, but canasta players are Nov. 29, at 8 asked to bring their own sets. p.m. Tickets are $1 each. Reserve- The lecture is FR. DUNNE tions may be made through given to the public and there Mrs. Paul Snyder, EM. 2-3184 Is no admission. or Mrs. R. Carroll Petkovits. Father Dunne has just re- SU. 3-2885. turned from the Historical Re- Tacoma search Institute in Rome where he has spent two years. He is CatholieDaughtersofAmeriea assistant to the president of --Court Tacoma card party for Georgetown f o r international the benefit charity fund will be relations. held Friday, Nov. 30, in St. Patrick Parish hall,,N. 12th and Father is the author of sev- Jay Sts. Mrs. Kresimir Ursich eral plays including the inter- and Mrs. Eugene Mack are racial "Trial by Fire." His chairmen, book "Generation of Giants," a study of the Jesuits in China Sacred Heart Parish--This during the 16th and 17th cen- Sunday, Nov. 25, will be the turies, was published by the final Sunday for open house in Notre Dame University Press. 1962 THE PROGRESS--7 iii i , George Rowley Honored GEORGE W. ROWLEY, builder of over 2,000 homes on the Eastside, was named "Man of the Year" by radio sta- tion KXA at'a recent testimonial banquet. Rowley (right) received his award from R. W. Wassenburg, vice president and general manager of KXA, Inc. The invocation at the dinner was given by Rev. George McLean, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Issaquah. Mr. Rowley recently donated seven acres for the building of the new parish plant in Mountain Park EStates. Legions Devotions Set At Cathedral Members of the Legion of Mary will participate in devo- tions Saturday, Dec. 1, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Our Lady Chap- el, St. James Cathedral. Our Mother of Perpetual Help Praesidium, St. James Cathe- dral, will be in charge. The de- votions are held on the first Saturday of each month in an- Holly Boxes Sold by Orthopedic Christmas Holly Box, a ben- efit project of the Children's Orthopedic Hospital, sen d s boxed, cut holly or a profession- ally made, 16-inch holly wreath, with postage paid except to Alaska and Hawaii, where an additional charge must be made for air mail postage. Order blanks and information are available through December swer to requests of Our Lady of 14 at Holly Box, 3875 43rd Ave- Fatima for prayers of repara- hue N. E., Seattle 5. The tele- tion and devotion, phone number is LA 4-0707. Prices are $3 including postage Labor Leader for a box 16xHx5 inches; $4 for the 16-inch wreath; and 21x12x5 Memoralized inch box at $5. PITTSBURGH, (NC) -- The United Steelworkers of America Protector Named will erect a $70,000 bell tower at the new St. Anne's church, in nearby Castle Shannon as a memorial to Philip Murray, late labor leader. Murray, who was president of the Steelworkers and of the Congress of Industrial Organi- zation (CIO), was a parishioner of St. Anne's. He died in 1952. 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