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8--THE PROGRESS . . FHday ,, Dec....14, ' 1962 Oblates Of St. Benedict Schedule Meetings In Four Cities Sunday Bellevue Sacred Heart Parish--Santa's r Surprise Party will be given by St. Claire's Guild Sunday, Dec. : 18, from 3:30 to 5 p,m. in the school auditorium, Admission is $1 per person !,:: and there will be many active.  ties for the youngsters. Mrs. Glen Snyder is chairman. ?; : Belllngham i%" %: Catholic Daughters of Ameri. ca--Court St. Aloysitm will at- tend a Mass in a body Sunday, Dec. 23, at Sacred Heart Church at 8:30 a.m. The Ray. Thomas R. Hanley, court chap- ! lain, will be the celebrant. The Catholic Women's Bowl- ing League, composed of Cath- olic Daughters and members of Assumption Parish is estab- 'fished with eight teams bowl- ing weekly for their respective charities. Federal Way St, Vincent de Paul Parish-- :.The Altar Society will meet ! Thursday, Dec. 201 at 8 p.m. at !:i the Visitation Retreat House. ;*: rs. David Peterson is the first i: : president of the newly-formed ,,Kroup. A Christmas party for chil- :i dren will be held by the Holy :, Name Society Sunday, Dec. 16, :from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in the :::; Federal Way High School gym- nasium. The program will in- clude a film, caroling and Santa Claus with gifts for the i children. Queen of Angels Circle will : meet Monday, Dec. 17, at 8 i p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Hergenroeder, 826 S.W. 306th St. , Olympia " O b I a t e s of St. Benedict-- Regular meeting will be Sun- day, Dec. 16, at 4 p.m. in the chapel of St. Martin's Abbey. ..... i ENJOYMENT FOR ALL THE FAMILY WERY STARLET ORGAN 2 m,nuel wlth peraussien $620 AVAILABLE FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY CLINTON MUSIC HOUSE 920 FweJ MA. 7-0281 TACOMA Port Angeles O b I a t e s of St. Benedict-- Regular meeting will be Sun- day, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Qu of Angels Church. Seattle St. Catherine Parish -- The Mothers Club will meet Thurs- tdye Dec. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in school auditorium. A Christmas program will be pro- canted by the students. St. Anne Perish -The Sanc- tuary Society will mot Mon- day, Dec, 17. Blessed Sacrament Parish -- The Mothers Club will meet Tuesday, Dec. 19, in the parish hall at 8 p.m. This will be the annual Christmas party for the Dominican Sisters who staff the school. The school choir will sing. St. Peter Parish -- The Al- tar Society will meet Friday, Dec. 21, at noon. St. John Parish--The Mothers Club will meet Thursday, Dec. 20, at 8:30 p.m. in the school hall. A special Christmas pro- gram is planned by the stu- dent. St. Alpbonsus Parish -- The Altar Society Christmas pot- luck luncheon will be held Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 12:30 p.m. in the meeting room in the church. 0 b I a t e s of St. Benedict -- Regular meeting will be Sun- day, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m. in As- sumption Church. Archdiocesan C o u n e i I o f Catholic Women -- The execu- tive board met Dec. l0 and tentative plans for the annual convention April 28 and 29 in Everett were made, New members to the board are Mrs. A. N. Zremb of Snohomish, historian; Mrs. Gil- bert Brynildsen, of Mount Ver- non, chairman of immigration; and Mrs, Mark Dolliver of Tacoma; legislation. Mrs. William J. Paul, ACCW president, gave a report on the biennial convention of the Na. tional Council of Catholic Women at which she repres- ented the local LrouD. For the UNUSUAL IN GIPT$... GUnDERSOn Original Jewelry B,t.B ,, ,tOAOWAT BIA'rTLI TACOMA i iii BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 3Bth and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 LARGEST-PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA NEW AND USED APPLIANCES i ........ GRIFFIN-GALBRAITH AND FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA Me. 7.5151 Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service Mark Dolli,,er, President ii i ...... KEN PERSIN@ DUG DYCKMAN DOUG DYCKMAN. JR. JOHN TOYNIEE Northweatert Ilaurmlee Jet-rico PROFESSIONAL |UILDING, 70| S. 9tk ST., TAcoMA S MArket 7.7163 Fire, Auto, Personal and Public Liability, Plate Glass, Burglary, inland Marine, Ocean Marine, Suret Bonds Representing America's Finest Mutual end Stock Cempenics including Lloyds. Association for C a t h o I i c. Childhood--A New Year's Eve party is the first scheduled ac- tivity of the newly-formed Maude W. Jones Circle. It will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Daverso, 5075 Lake Washington Blvd. S., from 9 II IIII I IIII p.m. to 2 a.m. Dec. 31. For reservations call either Mrs. Daverso, PA 5.9760 or Mrs. Joseph Zimmar, PA 3-8438. Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of Catholic Nurses- The Seattle Chapter will meet Monday, Dec. 17, in the lounge of the nurses' residence at St. Fran- ces Cabrini Hospital. A cordial invitation is extended to all li- censed practical nurses and non-members to attend. Mount St. Vincent Guild -- The Christmas party for resi- dents at Mount St. Vincent Home will be held Tuesday, Dec. 18. All Guild members are requested to be at the Home by 10 a.m. to make ar- rangements for the party. Chareso Club--The third an- nual Christmas Party will be held Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Mayflower Hotel. Social hour will be at 5 and dinner at 6: 30, followed by dancing. For reser- vations, call Joan Goulet at EA 3-2825. Tacoma Oblates of St. Benedict-- Regular meeting will be Sun- day, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m. in Visi- tation Church. Third Order of St. Francis- St. George Fraternity will meet Sunday, Dec. 16, at St. Pat- rick Church. The novice class will meet at 2 p.m. in the school. Chapter meeting will be at 2:30 in the basement of the church and t 3 p.m. all members will assemble in the church where Rev. Jordan Donnvan, O.F.M., will officiate at the conference. Archidocesan Council of Cath- olic Nurses -- Pierce County Chapter will hold a rummage sale December 17, 18 and 19 at 1530 Jefferson Ave., Tacoma. Catholic Daughters of Ameri- ca-Court Tacoma's a n n u a 1 Christmas natty for Sisters and guests of Ozanam Home will be held this Sunday, Dec. 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Ozanam Home. Bellarmine Glee Club will provide entertainment. Mes- dames H. H. Reise and E. M. Gilsdorf are co-chairmen. First Communicants Named Children in the second grade at St. Margaret School re- ceived their First Communion at the 8 a.m. Mass on the feast of the Immaculate Con- ception, December 6. The Rv. Philip Carboy, pastor of St. Margaret's, was the celebrant of the Mass, First Holy Communicants ite VIr- jglnla aaehr, Joseph Coin, Jim Coury, ann DILeva, 5ueon Glvlns, James Glnecock, Gregory Goodwln, Silly Jandl, Veronica Knast, Laurie Lclplnskb Brick Loomls, Michael McGeath, Daniel Mlflar, Mclha!a Murphy, Mlch- eel Nielsen, Michael Ramber, James Robinson, Jolephlncl Rosario, Berna- dette Ryan, Kelly Ryan, Ronald $1mpakes, Robin $1rvem Nlchcllos Strelt, Mark Taylor, Peter Voollch, Sun Welsh, Richard Wenclla ind Theresa Whlnthan. Progress in Business Catholic Students To Perform Special Events At Symphony The Seattle Symphony will sponsor three gala evenings during February and March. The first will be February 16 when Van Cliburn is the fea- tured soloist with the Sym- phony. March 16 will bring Arthur Rubinstein to the Opera House. A special "Bernstein Gala" will be on the calendar for February. 23. It will highlight "Trouble in Tahiti," Bern- stein's satirical one-act opera on life in the American suberbs as well as hits from "West Side Story," and "Candide." Featured will be tenor Robert Rounseville and coloratura so- prano Claire Alexander. Tickets are on sale at the Ban Marche. Sherman-Clay, Frederick and Nelson and in the Symphony office, 601 Orpheum Bldg. Lunch Money For Defense TRICHUR, India, (NC) -- Children in St. Mary's Orphan- age here have resolved not to eat lunch during the India- Red China crisis and to give the money saved to the defense fund, I EVERETT MAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for *II of your dry cleaning end skid laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS & SHIRT SERVICE AL. 9-611.6 Grand & W, II RAA B'$ REDMOND FURNITURE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS LARGE SELECTION ALL PRICES (OPEN FRIDAY EVRNINO) FREE DELIVERY Redmo.d TU. 5-1378 WclshT., LIBERAL cREDIT PATRICIA COWAN Holy Names Student The Ivan Novikoff Founda- tion of Fine Arts is presenting an educational program at the World's Fair Playhouse Sun- day, Dec. 16, at 4 p,m. for the benefit of its scholarship fund. Featured soloists will in- clude Patricia Cowan of Our Lady of the Lake Parish, a student at Holy Namw Acad- emy; Brigette Kelm from St. James Cathedral and carols sung by the Boys Choir of Our Lady of the Lake Parish. The program will include Winter Fantasy, Chopiniana, Kammennoi Excerpts f r 0 m The Miracle, Dying Swan and the colorful national dances of Russia, Poland, Spain and Italy. Golden Wedding Anniversary Couples Honored WITHIN THE PAST FOUR MONTHS, five couples, all long-time residents of St. George Parish, have observed their 50th wedding anniversaries. In honor of these dis- tinguished couples, the men of St. George's Holy Name Society invited them to a breakfast and special program following 8 a.m. Mass December 9. The couples (seen above with Rev. Cornelius Snyder, O.F.M., pastor) are (left to 20.0 Receive First Communion BELLEVUE -- Two hundred children L.ade their First Holy Communion at St. Louise Church, Lake Hills, Saturday, Dec. 1. The First Communicants re: Llllnn Anchondn, Shown Anderson, Brian alrd, James Branch, Toni Chick- ittl, Robert Growdan, Michael Hclnlclw, Colleen Lenlnhnn, Scot McBeth, Mellnda Mosholder, Arna Nelson, Thomas Rue- sail, Coral Salveson, Chris Schulz, Joseph Sulzlnger. Timothy Webber, Jimmy Zlmmer, Michael Abbott, Donald Sclckstrom, Susan Elizabeth Baker, Carmella Bar- get, Susan earl, Kathy Brick, KImber- !y Brumbaugh, Koran Suckfcly, Shan- non Burke, John CIIncl, Mlckey Daw- son, Lorl Douglyn, Polly Dlederichs, Jclnnlno DuMonthier. Alison Eberle, Mark Esser, Vlrglnla Franz, Shlrlee Ge]ger, Douglas Green- heck, Mary Gross, Brian Grunke, Jeff- rey Hays, Martha Holder, Lornn Houil- hen, Debra Hughes, Brian Kennedy, Elizabeth Klarquist, Doncl Karl, Rob- ed Karnblum, Teresa Marin4g. Heather McDonald, Brian Mc- Donoclgh, David McGarry, Debra Mc- Leodcln, Mary Ottlnger, Ray Ped- rlxgnl, Terence Porter, Terescl Ral- ston, Llndcl Reid, Susan ReSter, Llnda Ring, Meredith Runyan, Paula Sch- lesser, Nancy Snyder, James Stenson. Peter Swafl, Mark Tapley, Janey Tooley, Billy VanBIoom, Monlca Velot- tcl, Shellle Vowles, Korea Wheeler, Susan Jolene Baker, Michael Beeson, Gary Corral?, Cynthia C1chy, David Campion, Monlco Condon, Gregory Cook, Shella Cunnlngham. Sandro Ocllkclm, Guy DiRe, Paul Edgar, Timothy Frank, Louisa Goes, David Holm, Thclmes Howe, Susan Josper, arbclrcl Koczarskb Kenneth Kratz, John Kuhn, Douglas Lambert, Mark Lclslnskl, Barbara Manning, Mary McCenn, Patrick McDermott, Jack McKInney. Gragg Nelson, Eddie O'Brlen, Wil- liam Olsen, Kevln O'Raurke, Bruce Pepln, Denise Peterman, Gina Prelte, Michael Russell, Michael Sangtler, Cclthertna Schexnayder, Robert $ch- wortz, Rbart Sulzlnger, Jeff Symbol, David Swclnsen Mark Thometz, Wayne Trull. Barbara Unzelman, James Vclr- rlano, Michael Whalen, Mary Lynn Wolfsen, Jill Yazzolino, Julle Atwood, Malclricl irdwclil, Paul clrfknclcht, Brian Breslln, Margaret Buck, Moni- ca Clark, LorJ Acln Chrlstensen, Marianne Dammer, Timothy Duttcln, Carolyn Ewertz, Elizabeth German, Janet Hashbarger, Richard ISles. Leonard Judd, Joseph Leslie, Cynthia Leesch, Raymond Lorenger, Thomas McKivor, Michael Morris, PClul Or- lando, Morton Palmer, Mark Sanders, Duclne Sell, Steven Shake, Anna Skrclbeckl, Gary Splcer, Thomas Storm, Pam- ela Sullivan, R o b e r t Thompson, Dlanne Vonbrclclkhoven, Charles Wall- er, Robert Walyor, Thomas Welch, Lynn Zclccarelll, Kelly Ward, Austen Rclckcastle, Kenny AIIgeler, Terescl Arclcllca, James Crack, Morgan Ham- Ilton, John Neal Shrader. Michael Burdo, Paul Estrldge, Joseph Kruczyk, Elleen Burke, Richard Hal- leck, Sendra Gorslch, Grog Blaine, TOYS- TOYS - TOYS Activities Calendar WAREHOUSE SALE AT REAL WHOLESALE PRICES GIFTS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Open Monday 9 A.M. to 9 P,M.; Dally 9.6 Major eve n t s spon- sored by Catholic organi- zations are listed here. The purpose of the cal- endar ts to aid in avoid- ing conflict of dates in scheduling events. List- ings should be sent to The Progress in writing. December 16, 196Z--Christmas sale by Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club at the church hall. January 19, 1963 -- Durocher Club Dinner. January 19, 1063 -- Mother- daughter luncheon and style show, Christ the King Parish school hall, noon. January 22, 1963 -- 0 ' D e a Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. Sopho- more mothers hostesses. January 23, 1963 -- Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood opening night of "Carnival" at the Opera House. January 27, lg63 --Blanchet Mothers Club family dinner, 1-6 p.m. in the cafeteria. February 3, 1963--Graduates Reception at Holy Names Academy for alumnae. February 5, 1963 -- Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women Bruse Party at the Norway Center. February 8, 1963.-- Blanchet High School Mothers Club des- sert card party S p.m. in the school cafeteria. Sophomore mothers hostesses. February 12, 1963--St. Anne Mothers Club luncheon and fashion show, 11:30 a.m., Edgewater Inn. February 14, 1963--St. Joseph Guild party in the parish social hall. February 14, 1963 -- St. Mar- garet Mothers Club fashion show and luncheon, Fort Law- ton. Social hour at noon, luncheon at I p.m. February 20, 1963 -- Seattle Prep sophomore luncheon at Lesly Purrlngton, Jney Guido, Alvnh 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Agner, Dabble Amann, Judy Appe], Hall. Marl]one Bclur, Gerald Borden, Tim Brawn, Barbara Burns, Sharon Crooks. March 8, 13--St. Charles Robert DeChalmmu, Kay Ann Fclastclr, Barbara Fields, Mclrga Borromeo Parish, T a C O m a, Flumbclrfllt, Jean Ann F I S n I s S, fashion show at the Winthrop Chrlstlcln Haas, Melanle Hendry, Jclk Lclwls, Kalllcl McCcluley, Judy Muclllclr, Hotel. Joan Ncllclcld, David Rlspoll, Tim Ryan, Charlcls Schmldt. Judy Spell. March 15, 1963 -- St. Anne man, Nancy Splclker, Mark Springer. Mothers C1 u b annual crab Mike Swlnghclmmclr, Patty Vroom, Wands Weber, Jae Yaeger, Robin dinner, 5:30 p,m., school hall. Yuasa, Debblcl Swegle, Tim Erlon, John Rech, Raymond Hanley Jr., Jeff March 20, 19$-..-Seattle Prep Guido, Jimmy Mason. freshmen luncheon at ]2:30 ..... p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. March 28, 29, 30, 1963 -- Blan- chet Mothers Club rummage sale, 6403 Roosevelt Way. April 17, 193--O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. Fresh- men mothers hostesses. right) Mr. and Mrs. Tony Moschetto, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DuLong, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Joseph Martelez, Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Ballieuw and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Moschetto. The two Moschettos are brothers and they, together with the Dun. Longs, have lived in St. George Parish all their married live The Martelezes and the Ballieuws have lived there over 2f "F years. (Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) M Kind[ Plenty of Parking Rear , 108 1st Ave. S. fN BUSINESS SINCE 1940 CUSTOM.MADE SUITS AT READY.MADE PRICES Made.to.Measure DRESS SHIRTS Ladies' & Men's Alterations (Expertly Done) SUNSET Styling & Tailoring GL 4-3690-Be evue HOLY ROSARY was among four Catholic high schools, winning top honors in the Western Washington College of Education's Forensics Tournament. The Seattle school's undefeated varsity debate team includes Judy Bride (left) and Lyn Tangen (right). Susan Kesling (center) won two senior events, oratory and interpretative reading. (See page 12 for story on Kesling family.) Catholic Schools. Dominate Forensics BELLINGHAMFour Catholic high schools cap- tured top honors Saturday and Sunday at the West- ern Washington College of Education's Forensics Tournament here. ' ': Students from 26 schools participated. Holy Rosary of Seattle placed the o n ly undefeated varsity debate team at the end of six rounds and were awarded the first place trophy over a field of 50 teams. Holy Rosary champions w e r e Judy Bride and Lyn Tangen. Blanchet with Kathy Lamp- man and Don Betz placed second. Two other teams, Wanda Novito and Ann Welsh of Holy Rosary and Colleen Carr and George Meulmans of Blanchet were among the six undefeated teams in practice debate. Susan Kesling of Holy Ros- ary won two senior division events -- in oratory, followed in second place by Geoffrey Carey and third by Gerald LaSalle, both of Seattle Prep, and also in interpretative reading. Debaters Have Winning Starts Debate teams of Aquinas, Bellarmine and St. Marlin'dis High Schools started the for sics season with top pedorm, ances. In Tacoma's first high school speech tournament Saturday Aquinas scored 65 points in the specil events section while Bellarmine sent one debate team through" the tourney three straight wins. Bellarmine ended with points, good for third-place in the six-team field. Meanwhile St. Martin's de- baters garnered eight wins in nine debate events at the Elma High School Invitational, April 17, 1963--Spring style Tom Walker of St. Martin's Frye Museum show and luncheon sponsored placed first in senior extem- by the sodality of Christ the poraneous speaking. Schedule King Parish in the ELks Lodge Jeanne Thiel of Blanchet on Estlake Avenue. Social placed third in junior interpre- Listed hour at 11 a,m. Luncheon at tative reading. Activities Center Registration Featured at the Frye Art Museum during the coming weeks will be the works of two British satirists: William Hogarth and Thomas Rowland son. The two draftsmen po trayed the roisterous human, m ity of the English lower and middle classes and commented upon their economic superiors. The 46 prints in this exhibi- tion which will be seen through January 3, were IS- lected from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum Art by A. Hyatt Mayor, tar of Prints. Coming December 15 will be 50 photographs in the ex- hibition "Brasilia -- A New Capital." Views of the new 40-square mile capital, dedicated in 1960, will be seen. There has been much .L discussion as to whether th one-man approach (Oscar Niemeyer was the sole arch- ttect) leads to desirable unity or sterile uniformity. The ex- hibit will continue throujh January 6. The Frye Museum is located at Cherry and Terry on Seat, tle's First Hill. noon. April 27, 1963 -- Plant sale sponsored by Queen of Angels Guild of Christ the King Parish. May 3, 1963 -- Blanchet Mothers Club d e s s e r t card party, I p.m. in the school cafeteria. Freshmen mothers will hostess. The Seattle Creative Activi- ties Center, 234 14 Ave. E., an- nounces winter quarter opens Monday, Jan. 7 to Mar. 17. Registration fee is $i0 for 10 one-hour s e s s i o n s. Family registration rates are also available. Creative dance, drama, music, art and sculpture classes are offered for children four through junior high school age. Talent or previous exper- ience is not required. 10,000 Merck CALCUTTA, India, (NC)--An estimated i0,000 C a t h o I i c s marched in the annual Euchar- istic procession here, this year dedicated to interceding for a peaceful solution to the Sino- Indian conflict.