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b--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 30, 1962 1962-63 Schedule Set For Visitation Retreat LAKOTA--The 1962-63 par':h welcomed at Visitation during schedule of weekend retreats St. Joseph Parish retreat, Nov. for women at Visitation Re- D-t1. The coming year will be treat House here has been an- nounced, the sixth in which Visitation The 10,000th retreatant was has been in operation. Retea schedule 1%2-63 WEEK END PARISH Oet0ber 12-13-14 ...... St. James Cathedral, Seattle October 19-20-21 ............. St. Patrick, Tacoma October 26-2%28 .......... Sacred Heart, Seattle St. Andrew, Sumner November 2-3-4 ............ Holy Family, Seattle Immaculate Conception, Arlington November 9-10-11 ............ St. Joseph, Seattle November 16.17-18 .......... St. Aloysius, Buckley Sacred Heart, Enumclaw St. Leo, Tacoma November 23-24-25 ................ Single Women Nov., 30, Dec. 1-2 Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattle St. Francis, Seahurst December 7-8-9 ...... Our Lady of Lourdes, Seattle St. Patrick, Seattle Holy Cross, Tacoma December 14-15-16 St. Vincent de Paul, Federal Way Holy Rosary; St. Ann, Tacoma December 21-30 ...................... No Retreat January 4-5-6 ............ Young Ladies' Institute January 11-12-13 ...... Blessed Sacrament, Seattle January 18-19-20 .............. St. Luke, Seattle St. Martin of Tours, Tacoma January 25-26-27 Christ the King, Seattle February 1-2-3 .............. St. Brendan, Bothell Holy Family, Kirkland February 8-9-10 .............. St. Matthew, Seattle February 15-16-17 .............. St. Mark, Seattle All Saints, Puyallup February 22-23-24 .............. St. Anne, Seattle Holy Rosary, Edmonds March 1-2-3 .... Immaculate Conception, Raymond St. Charles Borromeo, Tacoma St. John of the Woods, Tacoma March 8-9-10 .......... Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle St. Margaret, Seattle March 15-16-17 .............. Holy Rosary, Seattle March 22,23-24 ............ St. Bernadette, Seattle Our Lady of Mt. Virgin, Seattle St. Thomas, Riverton Immaculate Heart, Sedro Woolley March 29-30-31 .............. St. Benedict, Seattle St. Francis, Cowlitz Sacred Heart, LaConner April 5-6-7 ..................... St. John, Seattle April 12-13-14 ................ No Retreat (Easter) April 19,20-21 ............. St. Catherine, Seattle St. Patrick, Dockton St. Joseph, Elma April 26-27-28 ................ St. Edward, Seattle May 3-4-5 ...................... St. Paul, Seattle May 10-11-12 .......... No Retreat (Mother's Day) May 17-18-19 ................. St, George, Seattle St. Mary, Seattle St. Mary, Marysville Sacred Heart, Tacoma Ss. Peter and Paul, Tacoma May 24-25-26 ................. St. Teresa, Seattle Visitation, Tacoma May 31 -- June 1-2 ........ Sacred Heart, Bellevue St. Louise, Bellevue St. Joseph, Issaquah St. Monica, Mercer Island June 7-8-9 .................. Holy Family, Auburn St. Joseph, Tacoma June 14-15-16 .............. St. Mary, Anacortes St. Anthony, Renton June 21-22-23 .. St. Peter, Seattle; St. Anthony, Kent St. Philomena, Des Moines June 28-29-30 . Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Bremerton St. Frances Cabrini, Tacoma July 5-6-7 ....................... Special Retreat July 12-13-14 ..... Ss. Aegidi,us and Mary, Aberdeen Ss. Peter and Paul, Aberdeen Our Lady of Good Help, Hoquiam St. Augustine, Oak Harbor July 19-20-21 ........... St. Nicholas, Gig Harbo  St. Mary, Monroe St. Michael, Olympia Our Lady, Queen of Heaven, Tacoma July 26-27-28 .... Immaculate Conception, Everett Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett St. Mary Magdalen, Everett August 2-3-4. ........... Assumption, Bellingham Sacred Heart, Bellingham St. Thomas, Camas St. Joseph, Ferndale St. Mary, Kelso St. Rose, Longview St. Philip, Woodland August 9-10-11 ........ Sacred Heart Battleground St. Pins X, Mountlake Terrace Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancouver St. James, Vancouver St. Joseph, Vancouver St. CeciJia, Winslow August 16-17-18 ....... ,:,.. St. Alphonsus, Seattle Sacred Heart, Lacey St. Gabriel, Port Orchard Star of the Sea, Port Townsend August 23-24-25 .......... .. Assumption, Seattle ..... Immaculate Conception, Seattle August 27-28-29 ........... Mid-Week Retreat for rSt. James Cathedral August 30 -- Sept, 8 No Retreat September 13-14,15 St. Mary, Centralia St. Joseph, Chehalis St. Edward, Shelton September 20-21-22 Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle September 27-28-29 ........... St. Joseph, Lynden St. Michael, Snohomish St. Peter, Suquamish October 4-5.6 ........ St. Margaret Mary, McKenna Immaculate Conception, Mr. Vernon St. Joseph, Pe Ell Queen of Angels, Port Angeles Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmie St. Rita, Tacoma Our Lady of Lourdes, Wilkeson BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD Save Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER f andidates are trained as: Registered Nurses X-Ray and Laboratory Technicians Pharmacists Therapists Ottice Personnel Write: Director of Vocations St. John of God Hospital, Los Angeles 18, Calif. December Brings Christmas Parties Bellevue Sacred Heart Parish--A deep- fried chicken dinner is sched- uled Sunday, Dec. 9, from 2 to 6 p.m. in the school audi- torium. It is sponsored by the Altar Society and Mrs. James Beauwort is chairman. Bellinqham Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica-Court St. Aloysius will meet Tuesday, Dec. 11, for their annual Christmas party. Members are asked to bring cigarettes and candy for the Veterans Hospital gift basket and canned foods for the court's needy family project. Ten new members were ini- tiated recently and Mrs. Peter Hauser, grand regent, present- ed 25 year membership pins to Mesdames Thomas McMahon and George Dahlquist. Dockton St. Patrick Parish--A Christ- mas Fair will be sponsored by the ladies of St. Patrick Guild at Kimmel's Garden Store, Vashon, Friday and Sat- urday, Dec. 7 and 8. Christmas ornaments, needle- work, gifts and articles of all kinds will be for sale. Doors open at 10 a.m. both days. Coffee will be served. Federal Way St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Our Lady of Perpetual Help Circle will meet Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs: Mike McCarthy, 31507 8th Ave. S. There will be a potluck luncheon and Christ- mas gift exchange. St. Brigid Circle will meet Thursday, Dec. 6, at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. B. P. Lucas, Route 3, Box 776, Au- burn (Lake Dolloff). Seattle Blessed Sacrament Parish -- The Mothers C 1 ub annual dance, "Bubble Ball" will be held tomorrow night, Dec. 1, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the New Hellenic Hall, 14th and Howell. Tickets are $4 a couple and music is by El Haur's Effer- vescents. For reservations call LA 2-5309 or LA 2-9340. C o 11 eg e of St. Catherine, Alumnae Association--A Christ- mas tea will be held Sunday, Dec. 2, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Wallace, 1224 First Ave. N. Chairmen are Mrs. Margaret Van Val- kenberg and Mrs. Maria Car- marly. Our Lady of Fatima Parish-- The Mothers Club is sponsoring an indoor plant sale Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8, in the school hall. Sale hours Friday are 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday's hours are 8 to noon. Mrs. Charles N. John- son is chairman. Young Ladies Institute -- St. Teresa Study Club of Queen Institute will meet Monday, Dec. 3, at the home of Alice Schnetter. Maude Mortar, Mary Sunder- land and Eleanor Harrell will participate in the program. Order of Martha--A meeting and Christmas party will be held Wednesday, Dec. 12, at :That! lreasuredReligious Gift -- Shop At -- CATHOLIC MART, INC. 2010 Third Ave. (I Block North of Ban Marche) sacred pictures Mutual 2-2360 -s.,.o,,- new mosaic prints new Polish & Spanish cust0m framed (Open Monday & Friday Evenincjs I plaques and wood corvlngs Jeanne St. Peter and Neva St, Peter Bellman St. PeerSs New Organ Is Blessed VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) --A new organ in St. Peter's basilica was blessed during a general audience there. Visi- tors who came to see His Holi- ness Pope John XXIII at his general audience September 26 were treated to an unexpected free concert by organist Fer- nando Germani. The Julian Choir sank selec- tions of modern church music. The choir was founded in 1512 by Pope Julius II to perform choir duties in St. Peter's ba- silica. 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dolores James, 203 W. Cam- stock. Xavier Club -- The annual Christmas silver tea for the benefit of the Jesuit Novitiate at Sheridan, Ore., will be held Sunday, Dec. 9, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Seattle Uni- versity lounge. Musical numbers will be provided by St. Joseph Parish Boys Choir and the Seattle Prep Glee Cl u b. Relatives and friends of the Jesuits are in- vited to attend. General chairman is Mrs. Winston Brown. Seattle Prep -- The Mothers Club will use the Christmas theme for their luncheon sched- uled Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 12:30 p.m. in St. Joseph Parish Hall. Hostesses will be mothers of juniors. The proceeds will go to the school scholarship fund. Mrs. W. V. Yanker is chair- man. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Dudley Cox, LA 2- 9227. Seattle Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of Catholic Women -- A canned food shower for needy families will be held Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m. in the St. Peter Cla- ver Interracial Center. The Northern and Southern Deaner- ies are sponsoring the shower. Y o u n g Ladies Institute -- Queen Institute Christmas Par- ty will be held Thursday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Husbands and children of members are invited. Presents will be exchanged. For reservations which must be made no later than Decem- ber 3 call Mrs. Ralph Amon, AT 2-4261, Mrs. J. Shay, AT 4-3747 or Miss Esther A. Dolan, EA 4-0285. Tacoma St. Leo High School--A style s h o w, "Happy Holidaze" is scheduled by the Mothers Club Thursday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Catholic Daughters of Amer- lea--Court Tacoma will meet _ Monday, Dec. 3, at 7:45 p.m. in the Mayfair Room of t:.e Win- #' throp Hotel. Siena Club--Meeting will be   Thursday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mark Dol- liver, 619 N. Jackson. The   program will include pictures   of Austria and the Scanda- navian countries. Sacred Heart Parish -- The "  ' annual Christmas sale will be I held by the Altar Society and Illll Catholic Alumni Club -- A Day of Recollection is planned Sunday, Dec. 2, at Forest Ridge Convent. Mass will be celebrated at 11:15 a.m. by Rev. John Dalgity, S.J., who will conduct the confer- ences. The day will conclude with Benediction at 3:15 p.m. For reservations call Connie Conway, EA 5-2705 or Larry Byington, LA 2-7363. St. Mark Parish -- The an- nual Father - Daughter Com- munion Breakfast will be held this Sunday, Dec. 2, following the 8:30 a.m. Mass. Breakfast will follow Mass in the parish hall. Ed Enix is chairman. John Rutherford is president of the Men's Club which sponsors the annual event. Mrs. J. R. Conner will give volleyball awards to the girls and Brakeman Bill will entertain. Liturgical Study Club -- The Round Table will meet Wednes- day, Dec. 5, at St. Peter Claver Interracial Center. The lesson will be on the Mass of the fol- lowing Sunday. The latter half of the meeting will consist of a "used article" sale. ,Assumption Parish -- The annual all-parish dance will be held tonight, Nov. 30, from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Norway Center, 300 Third Ave. W. Max Pillar's orchestra will play. John L. Vogel is dance chairman. St. Bernadette Parish--An Italian dinner will be sponsored by the Parents Club Sunday, Dec. 2, from 1 to 6 p.m. Price is $1.50 for adults; 75 cents for children 12 and under and $5 for the entire family. St. George Parish--The P-TA is having a rummage sale Sat- urday, Dec. 1, at the High Point Housing Proiect, 3000 S.W. Graham, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. St. Benedict Parish -- A Christmas sale will be held to- morrow, Dec. I, from 1 to 9 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Coffee and rolls Will be served. All types of Christmas decora- tions and gifts will be avail- able. BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38h and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA 1 NEW AND USED APPLIANCES GRIFFIN-GALBRAITH AND FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA. 7-3151 Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service Mark Dolliver, President IIIIIIII [I I WORLD'S FAIR BONE CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS SPACE NEEDLE TABLE LIGHTERS STERLING SILVER SPOONS & CHARMS RELIGIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS STUFFED ANIMALS IMPRINTED AND BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS QUEEN ANNE CIRCLE TOURS, INC. 531 I st Ave. N. Seattle AT. 2-2160 Sunday Mass Schedule At Federal Way FEDERAL WAY -- The Rev. Lawrence Willenborg, pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Parish, has announced that the Sunday Mass schedule beginning this Sunday, Dec. 2, is as follows: 6:30 a.m. in the rectory. 8, 9:15, 10:30 and 11:45 a. m. in the Mirror Lake School. Mothers Club Saturday, Dec. 1, between 7 and I0 p.m. Booths will feature candy, dolls, aprons and house plants. Members of the Altar Society will serve coffee and rolls. St. Charles Borromeo Parish --The Mothers Club will meet Monday, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. in the conference room of the school. A program in Christ- mas arrangement and decora- tion will be given by Mrs. Paul Andres. Bellarmine Boosters Club-- Meeting will be Tuesday, Dec. 4, at McAstocker auditorium on the Bellarmine campus. Stu- dents and their fathers will be guests. Feature entertainment will be the Turnbull Sisters from Gig Harbor, a recording group. Also the Past Presidents com- edy group will entertain. A roast beef roll dinner will be served. Co-chairmen are Tony Pe- trarca and Mason Halligan. Tacoma Jesuit Guild--Meet- I I EVERETT MAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for all of your dry claanlng and shirt laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS & SHIRT SERVICE AL 9-611b Grand & Wall ing and Christmas party will be held Wednesday evening, Dec. 5, in St. Rita Parish social hall. Husbands of the members and friends of the group will be guests. Vancouver Catholic Daughter of Amer- ica -- Our Lady of Lourdes Court will hold its annual Ma- donna Show Sunday, Dec. 2, in St. James upper hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Many outstanding and pre- cious Madonnas will be on dis- play. Also indoor and outdoor shrines as well as Hawaiian, driftwood and floral arrange- ments will be seen. Mrs. An- nette Seivert is chairman. Novena Slated At Sacred Heart The Rev. Joseph Nuttman, C.Ss.R., Redemptorist mission- ary stationed at Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, will con- duct the solemn annual novena in honor of Our Mother of Per- petual Help at Sacred Heart Church, Decem- ber 3 through 11. Devotions will be held three times daily, FATHER 3:30, 6 and 7:30 NUTTMAN p.m. They will include sermon, prayers, hymns and Benediction. Daily Mass will be at 6:30, 7 and 8:15 a.m. Confessions will be heard at all the Masses and at all the daily services. The Papal Blessing will be given at all devotions December 11. An invitation is offered every- one, Catholic and non-Catholic, to attend any one of these de- votions each day. The first novena at Sacred Heart was in 1929. Since that time this no- vena has been held every year besides the regular devotions to Our Mother of Perpetual Help every Tuesday. 'Pinups,' New Style, Plugged CLEVELAND (NC)-- John Carroll University is plugging "pin-ups"new kind. The Jesuit university is m:ging students to rent and pi n up in their rooms a selection from 160 "pinups" at the university library. Rental fee is $1.25, but $1 will be re- turned wh en the "pinup" is likewise. The "pinups" are reproduc- tions of famous old master- pieces, including the works of Rembrandt, Van Gogh and others. Said Father Nicholas Predo- vich, S.J.: "Students can't look at masterpieces day after day without developing some sort of appreciation for good art." A Visit From Santa SANTA CLAUS is coming to town and one of his first stops will be Our Lady of the Lake school auditorium, He will be there Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1 and 2 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to visit the children and have his picture taken with them. Getting a preview are (above) Paul Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Cook and Melissa Gellein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Gellein. Santa's visit will be at the request of St. Christopher's Guild of the parish. Christmas Sale At St. Peter Claver Center The Friends of St. Peter Claver Center are sponsoring their second annual Christmas Festival Saturday, Dec. 8, be- ginning at noon at the Center. It will last until all the mer- chandise is sold. Items will in- clude objects of art, dolls, toys, decor items, candy, Christmas decorations and gifts. Soup, sandwiches, s a l a d s, coffee and soft drinks will be available. The St. Peter Claver Center is located at 17th and Jefferson near Providence Hospital. All proceeds go for the Center operated by the Sisters of Char- ity of Providence for the un- derprivileged. Atheistic Film Is Cancelled BERLIN (NC)--.'Fm showing of an anti-religious movie in the Soviet village of Novo Selo near Kiev to "enlighten' 'the people about the "superstition" of Christi_. tity had to be can- celed, ac rding to reports here. HARDY'S (Incorporated) HARRY . AROLD IAN LAING MALCOLMSON Jewelers and Silversmiths Diamond Merchants FINE WATCHES GLASSWARE $11 Pine St., Seattle MA. 2-5033 WEEK-END SPECIAL! at your favorite... BUMBLE BEE CHUNK TUNA c Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, Nov. 30 "nd Dec. i NOV ANNUAL SOLEMN NOVENA OUR MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP CONDUCTED BY FATHER JOSEPH NUTTMAN, CSSR SACRED HEART CHURCH REDEMPTORIST FATHERS 2nd Ave. N. & Thomas December 3rd thru December 11th Services each day a 3:30, 6 and 7:30 P.M. Masses each morning 6:30, 7 and 8:15 Confessions at all Masses and a each Service Join the housands hroughou the world who will be mak- ing the novena o Our Blessed Mother. Novena Devotions: Our Mother of Perpetual Help Tuesday and Saurdays after the 8:15 Mass and each Tuesday at 3:30, 6 and 7:30 P.M.