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Friday, Nov. 29, 1963 THE PROGRESS--7 Dance Plans Aired in Aberdeen Parish MAKING PLANS with Rev. Charles E. Kelly, pastor of Sts. Aegidius and Mary Parish, Aberdeen, are from left, the Mesdames David Woodland, Ernest Stein, Elliott Pearson and Richard Ultican Jr., committee chairmen for the all.parish dance sponsored by the Mothers Club of St. Mary's School. The affair will be Saturday, Nov. 30, in the school auditorium. First Eucharistic Crusade Mission Ahead For Visitation Institute Set Nov. 30 The first Archdiocesan In- stitute of the Eucharistic Cru- sade will be conducted in Pig- ott Auditorium at Seattle Uni- versity Saturday, Nov. 30, by Rev. Thomas Diem, S.J., of New York City, and Rev. Francis J. Lindekugel, S.J., of S.U. The institute, which will be- at 1:30 p.m., is for the Religious and lay faculties of Archdiocesan grammar schools. Students of Christ the King School will give a demonstra- tion. Father Diem is the national director of the Eucharistic Crusade, the official s e c t i o n of the Apostleship of Prayer youth. For the seven ' years preceding his appoint- ment to the post in 1959, Father was in charge of the Chicago regional office of the Apostleship of Prayer. In this position, he was in- strumental in the development of the Week of Reparation to the Sacred Heart and in or- ,anlzing and presenting three- conferences on the theol- ogy and-practice of devotion to the Sacred Heart. He also !i!ii!iiii REV. THOMAS DIEHL, S.J. was active in developing techniques for presenting Sac- red Heart devotion to gram: mar and high school students and was the producer of the sound-slidefilm for youth, "Be- hold This Heart." The Eucharistic Crusade is now established in more than 1,600 schools in all parts of the United States. Parish, Tacoma The Rev. Luke Kreuzer, S.J., and Rev. Philip Lucid, S.J., of the Jesuit Mission Band, will conduct Mission exercises at Visitation Church, 3314 So. 58th, Tacoma, during the weeks of December 1 and 8, according to Rev. Arnold J. Fox, O.S.B., pastor. The first week, Dec. 1-7, will be for the women and high school girls of the parish. Ses- sions for the men and high school boys will be during the second week, Dec. 8-14. Week day Masses during the Mission will be at 6:15 and 8:10 a.m. daily and at 10:50 a.m. for the children except on Satur- days. Evening services will be at 7:45 p.m., and baby sitters will be provided for evenings in the parish hall. There will be a Junior Mis- sion for the children in the Catholic school, grades 6, 7 and 8, for one-half hour on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morn- ings at 10 a.m. A Junior Mission for Catholic children in the public schools, grades 6, 7, and 8, is planned for one-half hour on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday after- noons during the second week from 4-4:30 p.m. SU League Slates Annual Art Show The Fourth Annual Exhibi. lion of Religious Painting and Sculpture under the sponsorship of the Seattle University Art League, will begin December 8 and continue through December 15 in the student union building lounge at S.U. Mrs. Raymond L. Harford is general chairman of the exhi- bition, which is open to all artists residing in the State of Washington. Each artist may submit two entries in any media of painting or sculpture. The work may be representational or abstract, but must be religi- ous in content and original. A five-man jury with estab- lished reputations in the field Novena To Mary Dec. 2-10 of art will select the works to be exhibited and the award winners. Four awards of $100 each will be made and two of $50 each. The Interfaith Award Fund is made possible by members of Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and Eastern Orthodox Faiths who are interested in giving religious art a dynamic revival, capable of inspiring reverence in homes and place of worship. A preview of the exhibition is scheduled from 1-5 p.m. Decem- ber 8. Hours during the week of the showing will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and 1-5 p.m. December 15. The Rev. Hayden A. Vachon, The Rev. John Kreuzer, C.S S.R., will conduct the annual solemn novena at Sacred Heart Church, S e c- and Ave. and Thomas St. December 2-10, according t o Rev. Raymond Troik, C.SS.R, pastor. T h e novena is in honor of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, a world-wide Fr. KREUZER devotion. Father Kreuzer, a Redemp- torist missionary, worked in Brazil, for 10 years, as well as in many parts of the United States. Novena services will be at 3:30, 6 and 7:30 p.m. daily. M a s s e s are scheduled for 6:30, 7 and 8:15 a.m. Confes- sions will be heard at all Masses and at each service dur- ing the nine days. S.J., head of the S.U. art de- partment, is advisor and mod- erator for the Art League. Mrs. James N. Zahran is president. Committee members assisting Mrs. Harford are the Mesdames Frank L. Ford, Oliver E. Han- son, John W. Fischer, Gerald B. Osborne, Cebert Baillargeon, Charles C. Kane, Max L. Gray, Bernard W. Bader, Charles J. Mentrin, John R. Hill and Pat- rick Flannigan, of Tacoma. A $2 entry fee is charged to help defray expenses. A 20 per cent commission will be charged if a painting or sculpture is sold. Nursing Guild Plans Punch Bowl Fete MAKING ARRANGEMENTS for the annual punch bowl party for St. Joseph Hospital Nursing School Guild in Tacoma are, from left, the Mesdames Robert Dixon, Donald Ditt- mann, guild president, and Peter V. Vale, punch bowl chairman. The party will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Mrs. Dixon's home. Theme this year is "Carioea Rum." Others assisting are the Mesdames Jack Fitzgerald, T. S. McCullach, Terry Yurashak, James McNerthney, Charles Galbraith, Bernard Bader and William Rohner. Producer of "Cardinal' Cabrini Nun Gets Cross Of Merit Marks 60th Anniversary A 7S-year-old Mission- ary Sister of the Sacred ........... Heart, w h o s e religious career has personal beginnings with St. Frances Xavier Ca- brini, will celebrate her 60th anniversary in the congregu- lion, founded by America's Otto Premlnger, veteran mov- ie producer, has been awarded the Grand Cross of Merit by the Roman Catholic Order of the Sepulchre, the highest honor the Church can bestow upon a now Catholic. Preminger, in receiving the award, reportedly was com- mended for the film, "The Car- For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUnDERSOn 127 PINE 764 BROADWAY SIATTt.II TACOMA dinal," which was adapted from 'Challenge' Trio the Henry best-selling Morton Robinson. novel by the late 'iahliah The opening night premiere To H_.,____.. t of this movie wilt be sponsored L 9|Re-e-on Reunion in Seattle by the Carroll Club Auxiliary as a fund-raising ben- Television's popular "Chal- lenge" p a n e l, Rev. William Treacy, Rabbi Raphael Levine and Dr. Lynn H. Carson, will present a special program for the members and guests at the Legion of Mary annual Decem- ber general reunion dinner, ' Sunday, Dec. 8, at St. Louise Parish, Lake Hills. The reunion will begin with efit for the Archdiocesan Cath- olic Youth Organization. It is scheduled for December 20 at the Fifth Avenue Theater. The story is of a young Amer- ican priest, his rise in the Church, his personal and spiri- tual problems and his ultimate elevation to the high office of Cardinal. The film is understood to Bellingham Assumption Parish--Altar So- ciety meeting, Monday, Dec. 2, school. Christmas party for Sisters of the school also planned. catholic Daughters of Ameri- ca, Court St. Aloysius--Recep- tion of new members, 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, K of C Hall. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy, state re- gent, and Mrs. Louis Swan, district deputy, will be guests. Mrs. Nick Costanti and Mrs. Verle Copeland, co.chairmen, of tea to follow. Burlington St. Charles Mission--Annual Dollar Day, beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, Bur- lington Community Building. Mrs. Charles Hough is chair- man. Food available. Proceeds Lwill benefit church building ! fund. Edmonds Holy Rosary Parish- Queen of Peace Guild sale of hand- made Christmas articles, after all Masses Sunday, Dec. 15. Issaquah St. Joseph Parish--St. There- sa's Guild meeting, 8 p;m. Thursday, Dec. 12, home' of 'Mrs. A. Nash. All ladies of the parish having Alpine or Bald- win telephone numbers are wel- come. New guild officers are the Mesdames Leslie Brokaw, chairman; Edwin Bentley,, vice chairman; Na s h, secretary- treasurer. : Seattle Annunciation Holy Name Dis- trict--Meeting, 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, St. EdWard Parish. Election of officers, followed by Benediction. Association for Catholic Child- hood--Group will sponsor open- ing night performance of "Sound of Music" Monday, Jan. 6, 1964, in the Opera House. The pt'bduction tells the story of the Trapp Family Sing- ers. Mrs. William Kay is chair- of the affair, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Michael and Mrs. Kyran Hynes. Tickets avail- able at the Bun NIarche or through Association members. Blessed Sacrament Parish-- Mothers Club dance, "Memo- ries," 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, Wilsonian Ho- tel Ballroom, 47th Ave. N.E. and University Way N.E. Mrs. Clyde Hartline and Mrs. Duane HUston are co-chairmen. Ad- mission, $4 per couple. Reser- vations may be made with Mrs. James Connors (ME 2-5356) or Mrs. William McNeil (LA4- 6226). Carmelim Institute, YLI- Early Christmas party and meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday, rosary and Benediction at 4:30 p.m., followed by dinner and ? Holiday Events in News + "Challenge" pro- R 'C Marksmen " gram. Father Treacy is Spiritual Wm Army Trophy Dec. 4, Our Lady of Guadalupe Director of the Legion of Mary FORT LAWTON, Wash.--The School. Pare Tobolski and Nora Ganie, co-chairmen. New mem- bers will be accepted at all meetings. Interested Catholic women should contact Gerda Jacobson (WE 5-0636). Friends of St. Peter Claver-- Meeting, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, Center hall, 17th & Jef- ferson. All interested in joining the interracial group to support the charities of the Center are welcome. Dan Lefebvre, presi- dent. Sedro-Woolley Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish--Mothers of preschool children have elected an execu- tive committee to serve on the preschool Parent-Educator pro- gram. They are: the Mesdames Ernest Breier, chairman; Cal- vin C o 1 e, co-chairman; Gus Suryan, Fred Fisher, Clifford Palmer, Gordon Herr and Hugh Ridgway. Tacoma St. Leo Parish--Altar Society meeting 12:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5, Marian Room. Lunch will be served by Circles 5 & 6, with Mrs. John McLaughlin and Mrs. C I a r,a McSherry, chairmen. Mrs. Thomas Dana- her will preside. Tacoma Court, C a t h o I l Daughters of America -- Meet- ing, 7:45 p.m. Monday, Dec. 2, Bayview Room, Hotel Winthrop. Mrs. Lawrence Cleary, grand regent, will preside. The Ray. Gerald Nagle of Seattle will speak on Maryknoll mission work and show a film. Mrs. Chester Landrau is hostess. Tacoma Jesuit Guild  Pre- for the Archdiocese of Seattle. SU Freshmen Elect Class Officers Rick Berry will lead the fresh- man class at Seattle Universi- ty. He won" election as class president by six votes over Joe Abel in what was one of the closest races in recent history. The contest for vice president was almost as tight with Bob Ostlund of Seattle, winning over Jim Stone of Seattle, by 23 votes. Royce Clark of Seattle won the freshman secretary- treasurer position by a com- fortable margin. Coeds took three out of five student senate positions on the ballot. The winners were Dennis Penney of Sumner, Kathleen C. O'Brien of Pasadena, Calif., Gall Gordon of Seahurst, Arm McKinstry of Bellevue and Bob Mortell of Seattle. SMC Receives Two Grants Christmas party, 6 p.m. Wed- OLYMPIA--St. Martin's Col- nesday, Dec. 4, substituting for lege recently received a grant monthly meeting. Husbands will of $500 through D. L. Prim- be special guests. Program by rose, store manager of Sears girls from Aquinas Academy. Olympia store. The Mesdames William Cooper, The Rev. Dunstan C u r t i s, George Maddock, C. E. Hen- O.S.B., college president, ac- riot and George Risse are host- cepted the unrestricted grant esses, for SMC, which was given T a c o m a YLI -- Christmas under Sears, Roebuck and Co.'s Charities p a r t y Wednesday, 1963 Aid- To - Education Pro- Dec. 4, Bellarmine cafeteria, gram. Booths open at 7:30 p.m. Cards SMC is also one of the mem- begin at 8:30 p.m. Miss Saidie ber colleges of the Independent Foye and Mrs. William P. Kel- Colleges of Washington which ly are co-chairmen of the event will share in a grant of $5,000 which will benefit the Seminar- received from Richfield Oil inn Aid Burse. Corp. Annual Tea, Bazaar Planned By Good Shepherd Auxiliary man and Mrs. Barney O'Con- her, co-chairman, of the bazaar and tea. Tickets are available by calling Mrs. LeRoy De Han (su 2-6426). The annual bazaar and tea sponsored by the auxiliary of the Home of the Good Shepherd will be from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. December 3 atthe home, 50th and Sunnyside. Proceeds from the event will be used to maintain the home's swimming pool which was built by the auxiliary. Girls at the home will act as hostesses for the affair and will give tours of the building home. The school orchestra, directed by Mrs. Roma Armstrong, will present a program. Food and other items pre- pared by the girls under the direction of Miss Belia Ran, home economics teacher, will be on sale. Other handicraft items available include ceram- ics made by the girls. Mrs. Richard Calkins is chair- Opera Company Staff Openings The Seattle Lyric Opera Cam- party, a local professional com- pany. is currently enlisting all persons interested in working on its business or production staff. For information, please call AT 2-3O5O. I CRAB DINNER Holy Family Parish H*II Friday, December 6 6 to 8 p.m. IN KIRKLAND coveted Warrior of the Pacific revolving marksmanship tro- phy, awarded annually to the Nation's top Army ROTC Serv- ice Rifle team, has been won this year by senior cadets from Seattle University. Brig. Gen. Steve A. Chappuis, Assistant Division Commander, 4th Infantry Division, presented e distinctive trophy on behalf of the Department of the Army November 20 to the Very Rev- erend Albert A. Lemieux, S.J., president of Seattle University. More than 200 spectators and cadets witnessed the ceremony which marked the first time a State of Washington school had won the Army's National ROTC team award since it was first presented 35 years ago in 1928. Much of the credit for cap- turning the award belongs to Cadet Major Fred A. Bruener, and Cadet Captain Eugene B. Dalbey, Gilroy, Calif., who tied for first place and whose shooting carried their team to the top. Holy Family Parish--Annual cracked crab dinner, 6-8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, parish hall. Mrs. George Gaidos and Mrs. Robert Fields are co-chairmen. Liturgical Study Club--Round table meeting, 10 a.m. Wednes- day, Dec. 4, library of St. Peter Cla'er Center, 17th & Jefferson. Lesson will cover Second Sun- day of Advent. Members are asked to bring salable items for the Christmas party. North Central Deanery, Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women--H o I i d a y decoration demonstration, 7:45 p.m. Wed-. nesday, Dec. 4, St. Anne Par- ish hall. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Circle, Association for Catholic Childhood--Buffet luncheon and holiday f 1 o w e r arrangement demonstration, 12:30 p.m., Fri- day, Dec. 6, Carnation Co. St. Bernadette Parish--Fifth annual Carnival rescheduled this week end, Nov. 29-30, school auditorium at S.W. 128th St. and Ambaum Blvd. Doors open Friday at 6 p.m., noon to midnight Saturday. B o o t h s, food, free admission. Costume party for all ages Saturday night will end with a prize awarded at midnight for best costume. Seattle Prep Mothers Club -- Mothers of junior class students hostesses for holiday luncheon- card party, noon, Wednesday, Dec. 4, St. Joseph Parish hall. Proceeds r to benefit develop- ment fund. Mrs. Louis R. Guzzo and Mrs. David F. Brooks, co- chairmen. Mrs. W. V. Yanker, president of club. i /r / / OTTO PREMINGER have won the approval of Eu- gene Cardinal Tisserant, Grand Master of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre and Dean of the Col- lege of Cardinals. It also was commended by Richard Cardi. hal Cushing who will sponsor its world premiere in Boston December 11. Tickets for the Seattle pre- miere may be purc'hased through Mrs. Tim McCuUough, AT 4-8064. St. George's Novena Slated The Rev. Edward Henriques, O.F.M., associate editor of Way magazine of San Francisco, Calif., will con- duct the an. nual Immacu- late Conception Novena at St. George Parish next week. Services will be at 7:45 p.m. e a c h evening during the w e k, begin- FATHER ning Sunday, EDWARD Dec. 1. Morning Masses will be at 8:30, 7:15 and 8:15 a.m. The Rev. Cornelius Snyder, O.F.M., pastor of the parish, invites the public to attend. first Citizen Saint. She is Mother Eustacchia, pharmacist of Seattle's St. Ca- brini Hospital since 1926. The diamond jubilee eele. bration will be observed with a high Mass at 8 a.m. Tues- day, Dee. 3, in the hospital chapel. Mother Eustacchia, then a IS-year-old from Lodi in Italy's Province of Milan, joined the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart December 3, 1903, and was received as a postulant by Mother Cabrini. Mother Eustacchia was in- vested with the habit in 1994 by Mother Cabrini and pro- nounced her first professions before the Saint in 1907. That sam e year, Mother Eustacchia sailed for New York and after two years there was assigned to Chicago. Her final vows in 1913 were also made before the Saint in Chi- cago, where she was to stay for 17 years. In 1926, Mother Eustacchia arrived in Seattle to become pharmacist for the tbe Co- lumbus Hospital. She has re- mained since in that assignment and has been active daily until last month when she was taken seriously ill for the first time. The slender Sister, stand. lng not more than five feet, said in her room where she is oonvaleseing, "I don't like this kind of rest." Naturalized as an American citizen in 1943, Mother Eustae- chin is the youngest of three sons and four daughters of the late Signor and Signora Giu- seppe Rancati. Two of her na- tural sisters also became Mis- sionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart, Mother Matilda dying in Scranton, Pa., in 1953, and Mother Gertrude, following her in death in Italy in 1961. BE SURE IT'S-- mmmi& m In All Better Grocery Steres Also E Remember "SUHHY JIM," famous Peanut Butter. Jams & Preserves I-, ,', ,, , ANNUAL SOLEMN o NoOV E HA !!!.:: IN H Our Mother of Perpetual Help Conducted by Father John Kreuzer, C.Ss,R. THROUGH THE YEAR NOVENA DEVOTIONS To OUR MOTHER of PERPETUAL HELP EVERY TUESDAY through the year after the 8:1S a.m. Mass and at 3:30, 6:00 & 7:30 p,m. SACRED HEART CHURCH (Redempfor;st Fathers) 2nd AVE. N. & THOMAS ST. Seame DECEMBER 2nd THROUGH DECEMBER 10th SERVICES: Each Day MASSES: Each Morning 3:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. 6.30, 7:00 & 8:?S a,m. i:: CONFESSIOHS: At all Masses end at each Service Join the Thousands Throughout the World who will be making the Novena to Our Blessed Mother