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00z,rtist .Cites Beauty. Of ,rchd,ocese s /vl,sslons  never realized there was so much beauty along with the an- tiquity of our mission churches in the Archdio- ceses." This impression was offered by Bernie Webber, Progress staff artist, whose graphic watercolor pictures of 11 mission churches appear in this section of The Progress" Christmas edition. The talented artist from Ev- erett has produced in illustra- tions the pictures of the follow- ing missions: CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART (Forest Ridge) 1617 Interlaken Drive E. Seattle Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Smith Cove Roosevelt Oil Co. "Prompt Dependable Service" CALL AT 2-5132 or AT 2-5133 3053 20fh West Best Wishes lOT tl Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year THRIFTWAY STORES OF WASHINGTON STATE YOUR I REAL ESTATE 0000,.ESS Buying real estate could very well repre- sent the largest investment that you will ever make. Your ownership rights deserve the best possible protection. That's what we're here for.., to insure your title to your land and improvements. The next time you buy real .property, specify WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, for the best possible title protection. As the state's old- est and largest title insurance company, we offer STATEWIDE SERVICE through 30 offices. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY 719 SECOND AVE.- SEATTLE 4, WASH, MUtual 2-6600 St. Joachim's in Lummi, St. Peter's in Columbia Valley, St. Anne's in Forks, St. Catherine's in Concrete, St. Mary's in Edi- son, St. John Mary Vianney's in Darrington, St. Agnes in Napa- vine, St. Mary's Station in Mc- Gowan near Seaview, St. Jo- seph's in Kalama, Assumption in St. Urban and the front cover illustration, depicting Our Lady of Good Voyage Mission Station in Roche Harbor. Webber said that much of the old churches' beauty came from their quaint architecture and typical Western Washington set- ting. Progress staff artist since 1960, Webber is a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish. He lives with his wife, Joy, and their nine children at 4601 View Dr., Everett. Webber operates his own art agency in downtowil Everett. Glossy reproductions of all watercolor photographs of mis- sions, appearing in this edition, are available from The Prog- ress. Suitable for framing, the glossies cost $1. About The Front Cover: Roche Harbor  he small pictur- esque building stands like an official greeter on the side of the hill, over- looking snug Roche Harbor. Its high white walls reach up to a high-tapering roof, crowned with the cross and steeple. This is the lovely Catholic Chapel of Our Lady of Good Voyage, which greets vacation- ing tourists as their pleasure boats moor in the harbor at San Juan Island. For vacationing Catholics it is more than just a picturesque wooden structure, gracing the hillside. It is the site where Mass is offered every Sunday during summer and twice a month during winter. Once a schoolhouse, the mission station is under the care of St. Mary's Parish in Anacortes where Rev. Paul Auer is pastor. The original schoolhouse was built in the settlement owned and controlled by the Roche Harbor Lime and Cement Co. The late John S. McMillan had opened the lime quarries at Roche Harbor in the 1880's and built the "company town," noted for its beautiful garden, neat cottages and balconied Hotel De Haro. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Tarte of Seattle and their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Tarte, in 1956 bought the set- tlement from a son of its founder. The Tartes are form- er members of St. Teresa's Parish, Seattle. At the time of the purchase, the buildings were in disrepair and the settlement of some 100 persons had declined. The Tartes envisioned trans- forming the settlement into a year-around resort with the snug harbor the favorite boatel for yachts cruising among the San Juan Islands. As the result of lots of hard work and good planning, Roche Harbor Boatel and Resort is now a popular rec- reation center. 3-Aafhol|c Northwest Progress December 14, 1962