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Friday, Nov. 30, 1962 THE PROGRESS--7 Seattle U. Art League ..... Local Firms Serving Our CatholicS:Homes League will be held Wednesday, Dec. 12, through Sunday, Dec. 16, at the SU student union building. Exhibi- tion hours ate from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. December 12 to 14, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. December 15 and 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday, the 16th. Th show is open to all artists siding in Washington State. preview of the exhlbition will be held Tuesday, Dec. 11, from $ to 10 p.m. Securing funds for the cash awards is made possible by an unusual interfaith effort of individual contributions repre- senting Protestant, C a t h o 1 i c BS d Ezstern Orthodox faiths. election of the winners will be made by a jury consisting of Nikolas J. Damascus, assis- tant professor of art at SU, Richard C. Kirsten, Progress staff artist and William J. Hix- son, associate professor of art at the University of Washing- on. ontributors to the award nd are Dr. Lemuel Petersen, executive minister of the Greater Seattle Council of Churches; R ev. Nekatas A. Palassis and Dr. E. J. Athana- siou of the Eastern Chrisiian Orthodox Faith and Mrs. Ray- mond L. Harford representing the Catholic faith. Mrs. Harford is general aairman of the exhibition. The Hayden A. Vachon, S.J.. is adviser and moderator of the Art League. Lectures For ouples At ellevue BELLEVUE--An evening of recollection for married cou- ples of all ages and religions will be held Friday evening, Dee. 7, at Sacred Heart Church, 9460 N.E. 14th. Beginning at 7:30 p.m. in e .parish aud- rlum, t h e wilight Re- treat" will con- sist of several talks given by Rev. Barry Brunsman, O.- F.M. and a n open f o r um. FATHER ollowing t h e BARRY will be Benediction and renewal of marriage vows by the couples attending. Father's topics will be "Mar- riage as'a Vocation," "The Psycholgy of Men and Women," and" The Wealth of Marriage." Father will also answer ques- tions during the discussion cried. SU Senior Given CBEA Scholarship MARILYN OWENS Marilyn Owens, a Seattle University senior majoring in commerce and finance, was the recipient of a $100 scholarship awarded by the Catholic Busi- ness Education Association at t h ei r Northwest Regional Convention November 24. The convention was attended by more than 100 educators from schools in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia. Marilyn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Owens, 7606 E. Green Lake Drive N., is a member of St. Benedict Parish. She is a graduate of Blanchet High School. The convention named Leo Gallagher of Tacoma as Busi- ness Man of the Year and Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., president of SU, as the outstanding professional in the education field. Oak Harbor Fund Drive Underway OAK HARBOR -- A mini- mum goal of $75,000 has been set in the St. Augustine Church Fund Campaign which got un- derway November 21. The Rev. Patrick O'Brien, pastor of Immaculate Concep- tion Church, Mount Vernon, was the principal speaker at the solemn opening ceremony of the memorial gifts phase which took place before Thanksgiving. The Rev. William F. Dell, pastor of St. Augustine's, an- nounced that John Jahant and Dick Kromer are co-general chairmen of the campaign and Don Goodwin is special gifts chairman. 2 Locations to Serve You: 1205 S. K St. and in Lakewood, Tacoma HOWl COIN OPERATED DRY CLEANING DONE BY PROFESSIONALS CLEAN ONLY DRY CLEANING SERVICE 5 Per Lb. HOWl NO MINIMUM WEIGHT! m i YOU CAN SEND 1-LB. OR 50 LBS. When Yu Include 1 GARMENT (COAT - SUIT - DRESS) TO BE DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED BY OUR "WOOLEN OUALITY" REGULAR O'Gradys Celebrate 50 Years The Patrick F. O'Gradys of 4015 40th Ave. S.W. in Holy Rosary Parish will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, Dec. 4. The O'Gradys, married in the Church of the Immaculate in 1912, will be honored at a re- ception from 2 to 5 p.m. Sun- day, Dec. 2, in the American ; Legion hall in West Seattle. Mr. O'Grady is a retired Seattle Fire Department cap- tain. He was born in Grand Ledge, Mich., and came to Seattle in 1906. Mrs.' O'Grady was born in Shakopee, Minn., coming here in 1908. The couple has five children, eight grandchildren a n d 11 great grandchildren. The chil- dren are Mrs. Mary Gregg and Mrs. Jane Harsha, both of Seattle; Mrs. Irene Mayo of Olympia; Lt. Col. Patrick E. O'Grady in the Air Force and Mike O'Grady, Portland. The two sons are graduates of Seattle Prep and the girls attended Immaculate. Fr. Evoy To Active ACCW Member Dies Conduct In Aberdeen Novena ABERDEEN -- Miss Bridle Teresa Cloney, 70, active for years in the Archdiocesan Coun- cil Women, died November 23 in an Aberdeen hospital. Requiem Mass for Miss Cloney was celebrated Novem- ber 28 at St. Mary Church. The burial was in Calvary, Tacoma. Miss Cloney was born in Ocosta and lived in the Grays Harbor area most of her life. She was a member of a pio- neer Grays Harbor family. Survivors include two broth- ers, Gerald F., of Seattle and Capt. Earl E. Cloney of Ab- erdeen and a sister, Mrs. Stanley MacOmber of Canton, Ohio. Whiteside Undertaking Co. To Speak On French Customs Madame Georgette M a r- chand, instructor at Seattle University of the new Marchand method of teaching French, will speak Wednes- day, Dec. 5, at 10:30 a,m. in the new Bell- armine hall on the SU campus. Sponsored by the Seattle U n iv e rsity MADAME Guild, the talk MARCHAND will be preceded by a coffee hour. Madame Marchand is known for her French classes on television last year. Her talk Wednesday will be on "French Lif e and French People" with special emphasis on the customs of the French particularly at Christmas time. Madame Marchand has trav- eled in Vietnam, Japan, France, and Eastern Canada. H e r method of teaching was origin- ated by her late husband, Louis, who published a textbook, after a 10 year experiment with 200 students. Mrs. Bertrand Fitzmaurice is I I 'Our Town' at Bellarmine TONIGHT, Sunday and Monday, Nov. 30, Dec. 2 and 3, at 8 p.m. Bellarmine High School will present Thorn'ton Wilder's play "Our Town" in the MacAstocker Memorial Auditorium on the school campus. Above are Dick Anstett as the stage manager, Cathy O'Rourke as Emily Webb and Bill Gaeth as young George Gibbs. The Rev. Patrick Hurley, S.J., directs the play. The Rev. Gerard Evoy, S.J., of Seattle University, will con- duct the novena in honor of the Immaculate Conception at St. George Church beginning Sunday, Dec. 2, at 7:45 p.m. Services will be conducted at 7:45 each evening through De- cember 9. Daily Masses are at 6:30 and 8:15 a.m. The Rev. Cornelius Snyder, O.F.M.; is the pastor. Christmas Music, Customs On Display During the first three week- handled funeral arrangements, ends of December, nationality groups in the Seattle area will Mme. Marchand present holiday programs of music and customs from their homelands at the Museum of History and Industry, 2161 E. Hamlin. The programs are sponsored by the Seattle His- torical Society. December 1, at 11 a.m., chil- dren of the Dutch Community will present wooden shoe dances and songs and Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m., Poland will be feted with a program illus- trating "Memories of a Decem- ber Day." December 8 Scandinavia will be represented with folk dances, music and a tea be- ginning at 3 p.m. December 9 will feature the United States, Switzerland, C h i n a and Italy. In the latter pro- duction, due to begin at 5 p.m., the choir of Holy Names Academy will sing carols and hymns and chil- dren from Our Lady of Mount Virgin School will present "The Procession of the Bambino." December 15 at 1:30 p.m. the refugee Russian colony of Seattle will sing Christmas music of old Russia followed b.y customs and music of Brit- ain, and Scotland. December 16, the series of programs will conclude with festivities of France, The Phil- arrangements chairman assist- ippines, Germany, Mexico and ed by Mrs. John Schille. Japan beginning at 1 p.m. EYEWEAR A PRACTICAL Gift For Christmas DRY CLEANING SERVICE Now is the time to have PLUS Lk your children fitted with the finest in safe, sturdy FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY r frames. 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