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December 14, 1962

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14-A--Catholic Progress December 14, 1962 ESTHER'S CLOTHES TREE 2505 Fifth Avenue MA 3-1157 In the Grosvenor House VAN WATERS & ROGERS, Inc. 4001- 1st Ave. S. MA 4-5050 E & E MEATS 1007 Olive Way MA 4-8155 Wholesale - Restaurants- Boats - Clubs & Custom Packaging & Institutions Season's Greetings CHARLES O. CARROLL King County Prosecuting Attorney Birkenwald, Inc. Food Store Equipment Meat Counters Walk-in Cooler Butcher Boy Choppers Standard Scales 2515 - 4th MA 3-6500 BARTO LOANS, Inc. 505 3rd Ave. MA 2-2633 l00arringron L4hurcheReca00ls O Historical -'Logg,ng = T isn't every parish-  ioner who can say he attends Mass in a logging bunk- house, but that's the unique claim of the members of Rev. Edward Boyle's St. John Mary Vianney Mission Church in Darrington. St. John's, a mission of Immaculate Conception, of Arlington, as is St. Cecilia's in Stanwood, was purchased in 1941 for $300 by the Catholic Women's Club of the area. Three years previously they had bought six tax title lots in the town of Dar- rington for $25 and through the efforts of state fire war- den Henry Keenan and his crew, the bunkhouse was moved to the lots and re- furbished for Mass. When Mrs. Mary Keller SEAHURST Texaco Service "Texaco Products" Courtesy SerVice Station S.W. 152nd & 21st S.W. CHerry 2-9976 FATHER BOYLE gave $300 l'or an altar in memory of her husband, John, in 1944, the Women's Club paid the freight to have it shipped from San Francisco. The baroque al- tar was replaced this spring with a single walnut wood- en altar, more in keeping with the architectural sim- plicity o f t h e bunkhouse church. Long Stretch At Wheel For Father Boyle, w i t h one mission on Puget Sound CANADIAN FIRE INSURANCE Joshua Green Bldg. MA 3-0446 SCHMITZ BOX co. 800 W. 43rd St. Wood Boxes--Pallets SUnset 2-6222 UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS Charles Houander At Your Service 4115 University Way ME 3-1182 THOMAS SCALZO Contractor Heavy Hauling Local and Long Osfance CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT HEAVY MACHINERY OUMPTRUCR OPERATIONS 3211 Airport Way So. MAin 4-5484 If No Anwer Call Bellevue GLencourr 4-7445 CHRISTMAS GREETINGS FROM SCOTTS AUTO REPAIR CH 3-2166 14925 Ambaum Blvd. SW R i ii =.ays and the other in the moun- tains, Sunday means a long stretch behind the car wheel. The 60-mile round trip to Darrington is espe- cially hazardous during the winter, although the road surface is being improved. The naming of Darrington mission was a "Solomon- like" decision of the Most Reverend Archbishop Thom- as A. Connolly. Never for- mally blessed, the mission was variously called St. Mary's and St. John's. In 1959 the Archbishop settled the confusion with the offi- cial name--St. John Mary Vianney in h on-or of the Cure d'Ars. There are 20 families in the parish today, most of them loggers, schoolteach- ers and members of the U.S. Forest Service. Active Lay Participation Father Boyle has encour- aged active lay participa- tion in the Mass to the ex- tent that Sunday's 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. John's is dialogue with a procession- GREEN'S CIGAR STORE 1311 Third Avenue MA 3-1165 SWIECH & CO. Custom-Made Braces Supports & Appliances 919 Summit MA 3-8254 SUN HILL LODGE MOTEL Television - Kitcheneffes Off Season Rates 10 Minutes to City Center 8517 Aurora Ave. No. LA 2.9714 al and recessional hymn. Six men take turns reading the Epistle and Gospel. Pa- rishioners at Stanwood are just as zealous in their par- ticipation. St. John's CCD instructs 34 children with an adult class planned for Lent, 1963. The Altar Society is also active. The group spon- sors an unusual Fly-In Breakfast every year during Darrington's Timberbowl days in June. Breakfast is served in the airport with some patrons actually fly- ing in for breakfast. With active parishioners to the east and west of him, Father Boyle truly serves God from the mountains to the sea. Season's Greetings /'otn TOTEM PONTIAC 2525 Sh Ave. MA 3-0076 ELMER & MOODY Woodwork Stock & Special Millwork AT 3-4455 3635 16fh West General Repairing -- Tune-Ups Brakes  Electrical and Front End Alignment 11338 Des Moines Way CH 2-3535 WARREN'S CHEVRON STATION BERG FUEL CO. Service is our Mafia 2036 NW 56th SU 24442 BEN BEAN HARDWARE 430-15th Ave. E. EA 2.2231 Hardware, Paints & Housewares Garden Tools and Supplies EA 2-2231 " ROSELLA'S FRUIT & PRODUCE CO. Wholesale MA 4-7465 1540 Occidental So. RIC'S TRANSFER COMPANY MA 2-0550 912 So. Dearborn Seattle TIME SHOP in the 4ttl & Pike Bldg. Room 527 MA 3-0348 TOTEM PAINTING CO. IndustrlaI--Commerclal Residential 12308 1Sth N.E. EM 2-5103 SEATTLE DISPOSAL CO. 3400 Phinney Ave. MElrose 2.2200 SCOTTY'S FISH & CHIPS SU 2-9565 8318 8th N.W. Seattle Timmerman Equip Co., Inc. 5500- 4th Ave. So. PA 3-2402 ROXHILL ENCO SERVICE Don Lockharf, Manager 30th SW & SW Roxbury WE 2-9840