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6THE PROGRESS Friday, Dec. 25, 1964- Happy New Year To You! St. Edward's Open House December 27 In the spirit of christian friendship so appropriate to the Holy Season of Christmas, St. Edward's Church will hold Open House Sunday, Dec. 27. Third Order of St. Francis Tacoma KC's -- Monthly conference Sunday, Dec. 27, 2:30 p.m. at St. James Cathedral. Chapter meeting will be held in Cathedral hall at 1:45 p.m. Special Christmas program will include carols led by lan An invitation is cordially .;:_ extended to residents of the area and all other interested friends by the Roy. Michael O'Callaghan, pastor, and the parishioners. Guided tours conducted be- tween 2 and 5 p.m., will take guests to all parts of the. Church and school. Guest or- ganist from St. James Cathe- dral will play Christmas hymns on the newly installed four manual pipe organ. Re- freshments will be served fol- lowing the tours. Everett Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima -- A potluck social for members and their families in the Archdiocese will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 3, in Baker Height Hall, 1401 Pop- lar St. HAPPINESS IS attending the baptism of Kelly Christine row, from left, Gregg, 10; Ray. William Gallagher, pastor; Schreifeis, 12th child of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Schreifels, Arthur Schreifels holding John Scott, 3; Mrs. Schreifeis; the by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, December 19 Archbishop; Connie, 20, godmother, holding Kelly Chris- at St. Luke's Church, for, front row, from left, Joan, 12; tine, Rev. Joseph Marquart, assistant; Larry, 13, godfather; Vicki, 7; Loretta, 4; Linda, 5; Catherine, 9; Diane, 15; back and Leah, 16. (Progress Photo by W. C. Heib, ]r.) Reds Again Demand Removal Of Christmas Tree Kelly Schreifels Thirteenth '12th' Babe If thirteen proves to be a lucky number in the life of Kelly Christine Schreifels it may be due to her being the 13th child to be baptized by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Con- holly, Archbishop of Seattle, in 1964. She is also the last child to be so honored this year, con- eluding 1964 with an all time high total of 12th children bap- tized by the Archbishop since By Jeanne Marie Works he began the custom in 1956. Kelly Christine, 12th child of Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur G. Schrei- fels, 19227 Burke Avenue North, was baptized by the Archbishop December 19 at St. Luke's Church. Present for the happy occa- sion were Roy. William E. Gal- lagher, pastor St. Luke's; Rev. Joseph M. Marquart, assistant; and the Schreifels family in- cluding Connie, 20, who was godmother for her new sister; Larry, 13, p r o u d godfather; Leah, 16; Diane, 15; Joan, 12; Catherine, 9; Vicki, 7; Linda, 5; Loretta, 4; Gregg, 10; and John Scott, 3. Mr. and Mrs, Schreifels have been members of St. Luke's Parish for five years. He is chairman of the parish CCD Discussion Club Program and a member of the Knights of National Winner At Sacred Heart SUSAN STEVENS Dame, Ind., published maga- zine in March. An honor student; Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. EUingsen, 2622 10th Ave. E. in St. Patrick's Parish. Susan is a member of the school stu- dent body council. Four students from the Arch- diocese have been selected for listing in the "Who's Who Among Studen,ts in American Colleges and Universities." Medina Student Speaks in Panel MARYLHURST, Ore.-- Lacy Martin, senior at Marylhurst College and daughter of Mrs. N. Frank Martin of 1237 76th N.E., Medina, has been selected to take part in a Student Speaks panel being held at the college. Miss Martin is a French major. The panel will consist of seven other foreign language students, most of whom have traveled in Europe. The topic they will dis- cuss is "Human Horizons of Languages." Provincial Visits Ft. Wright College From Fort Wright College of the Holy Names in Spokane are Toni Koelker of Kelso and Mary Ann Homier and Kathy Lundahl, both of Tacoma. From Marylhurst College in Oregon is Lucy Martin of Medina. k * Jk Other Marylhurst news in- eludes Linda Klier, Seattle junior and Holy Rosary High graduate, being elected stu- dent body treasurer; Leslie MeDaniel, Taeoma junior, be- inK chosen the college's candi- date to the National Student Association confederation of Northwest Catholie Colleges; and Barbara Heinan, Seattle, being inducted in the school's chapter of the Oregon Home Economies Association. Musical auditions for scholar- ships to Gonzaga University will be held for high school seniors January 23 in Seattle's Camlin Hotel. Several $1,800 four-year scholarships are be- ing offered to seniors on the West Coast. Gonzaga Plans Little Theater SPOKANE--A plan to con- vert the present Gonzaga Uni- versity gymnasium to a little theater, seating 500-800 persons, has been presented to the school's board of regents. Dr. Fred E. Stanton, chair- man of the university's speech and drama department, said the plan for the $160,000 reno- vation "is not the final answer to the remodeling problem, but seems to have considera- ble merit and is worthy of further study." The plan was prepared by a faculty committee with sug- gestions from John Conway of the School of Drama et the University of Washington. Seat- ing arrangements would be PANMUNJOM, Korea (NC) -- The United Nations Com- mand has again ignored a Communist demand to remove a Christmas tree set up on the southern boundary of the demilitai'ized zone overlooking a valley in the Communist por- tion of the zone. The Communists made the demand at a meeting of Mili- tary Armistice Commission secretaries held at Panmun- jam, the neutral area in the middle of the zone. Two years ago the Com- munists made a similar de- mand when a lighted Christ-  :!.-".:.!':'!":: ',:-: ::: ":. :":' !;i?:. " ..::::: !".*.:::::" :.::"":::':" . : :": Set New Year Eve Dance TACOMA -- St. Frances Ca- hrini Council 4322, Knights of Columbus will have a New Year's Eve Ball from 8 p.m. December 31 at the Lakewood KofC hall. Columbus. All Kelly Christine's brothers and sisters were very im- pressed by the baptism by the Archbishop. Youngest brother, John Scott, 3, especially enjoyed the day. Perhaps he was thinking of the far future '12th' children when he expressed an understandable wish. "I'd like to be a bishop," he said. BRUCE KINSCH Featured wilt be New Year souvenirs, program and l i v e Bruce Kinsch music. Steak dinner will be served after midnight. . Appointed To Reservations may be made with Ed Rouse, G'R 2-7091 or Vietnam Post Jeronimo Arroyo, 968-4961. Bruce Kinsch, 7314 19th N.E., President st( athe'ine's appcnted progl Caff flic .elief Heads College gon, Vie, Nam. Association Russ, a live crib scene and solos sung by Rev. Antoine Wishon, O.F.M. Each member is asked to bring a Christmas wrapped gift for distribution to the Mis- sions. The afternoon will close with social hour and refreshments. mas tree was erec:ed by Unit- ed Nations forces where the Reds could get a good look at it. At that time Col. Vincent F. Goodsell, then Military Ar- mistice Commission chief sec- retary replied: "Free men have been light- ing Christmas trees for 1,900 years. We are not going to stop now." The erection of the Christ- mas tree and the Red demand for its removal are by now established annual events in the verbal war going on at Panmunjom since July, 1953, when the armistice was signed. CWV Reminder during Christmastide Susan Stevens, 13, an eighth grader at Seattle's Sacred Heart School, has won first place in the national essay contest, sponsored by Catholic Miss magazine. Her essay is entitled "What Is the Christian Attitude to- ward the Negro." "Thousands of entries were evaluated by the staffs of Catholic Miss and Catholic Boy magazines in making this decisiun," said Sister M. Mi- chael Archangel, SNJM, prin- eipal. Susan received $15 as a prize and so did her school, conduct- ed by Sisters of the Holy Names. Her wirmin]g entry and piure will anpear in the Notre FOR MORE than a decade, Catholic War Veterans in King County have placed positive reminders of the true meaning of Christmas to the attention of the general public. Again this year, billboards, through the courtesy of Foster and Kieiser Advertising, depicts the CWV message in three key sites in Seattle. At the Madison St. location near Seattle Uni- versity, Mary Fleming, welfare officer, and Douglas Harvey, commander of the sponsoring Father Vincent Post, inspect one of the billboards.(Progress Photo by W. C. Heib, Jr.) The Very Rev. A. A. Lemi- eux, S.J., president of Seattle University, has been named president of the Washington College Association, succeed- ing Don S. Patterson, president of Eastern Washington State College. Thirty-one universities, col leges and community colleges are members of the Associa- tion. Edward Smith, president of Grays Harbor College, was elected vice.president and Fred- eric T. Giles of the University of Washington, secretary-treasurer. The Association has gone on record favoring a proposal for the establishment of a state scholarship program at the next Legislature. This would involve the granting of funds to college students for tuition in the schools of their choice. Activities Calendar Molar evmts sponsored by Catholic organllanom are listed t'o. The par- tita o# tho el Is to aid Io avoldlrql wnfllof of datw le eChlKlUlln| Prellr lit wrlUell. January 23, 1965, Durocher Club Smorgasbord at St. Anne's school hall, 1Ol West Lee Street. First Tuesday nf every month: Auxiliary of' Catholic Sea- men's Club, luncheon and card party 12:30 p.m. Seaman's Club, 2330 let Avenue. February 2, 1965, AC CW Seminary Bruse party, 1 p.m., Olympic Hotel. February 16, 1965 -- Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club card party and style show 8 p.m. in the parish hall. February 20, 1965 -- St Jo- seph's Parish Parents' Club will hold its Winter Dance. Employers Meet Scheduled CHICAGO (NC) -- The theme "Challenges Facing Responsible Management" will be discussed at the an- nual meeting of the Nation- al Conferenee of Christian Employers and Managers in the Pick-Congress H o t e 1 here Jan. 21 to 23. Speakers will include priests and top business executives. SLEEPING ROOMS Apts. SSO Me. and up . Sleeping Rooms $3 and up Gee. J. Toulouse, Owner 2nd and Virginia MOORE HOTEL MA. 2.4841 Seattle LAkeview 4-0666 Examine 'i/ta Method' Of Reading SPOKANE, Wash.--Sister M. Barbara Jean, supervisor of elementary education in Fort Wright College's Department of Education, attended a reading eonference at the University of Washington, recently. Purpose of the state-wide conference was to explore "i/to Method" of teaching reading, now being used in the first three grades in England and being experi- mented with in some U.S. schools, educators say. Progress of the Washington State experiment with the "i/to Method" will be reported by by Dr. Robert McCracken of Western Washington State Col- lege. The FWC department of Edu- cation i following the i/to ex- periment in this state closely with a view to using the meth- od in the preparation of teach- ers of reading,. Sister Barbara Jean reports. School, Not As Padre Imprisoned Without Charge GOVERNADOR VALADARES, Brazil (NC)--A priest was put in jail here without formal charges being brought against him. Father Manuel Esteves Main was placed under "pre- ventive imprisonment" without explanation by the civil au- Your best bet for sports and CYO news of significance is in The Progress. SPOKANE--Mother M. Kath- leon Clare, SNJM, Provincial Superior of the Holy Names Sisters with headquarters in Spokane, was at Fort Wright College through December 18, making her annual week-long For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... Stamps Mark Canonization BUJUMBURA, Burundi, (NC) --The Kingdom of Burundi, Nov. 12, issued a series of postage stamps to commemorate the canonization of the Martyrs of Uganda, becoming the first na- tion to do so. The central African kingdom's St. Catherine's parish, has been appointed program assistant of Catholic Relief Services in Sai- He will supervise the alloca- tion of food, clothing and medi- cine to the more than 425,000 needy people being reached by Catholic Relief Services in war- torn Viet Nam. He will also di- rect construction of concrete Ctesiphan-type dwellings which1[p' were developed by Catholic Re- lief Services in Korea. These dwellings are expected to pro- vide cheap but permanent hous- ing for villagers whose straw and bamboo huts have been demolished by Viet Cong raids. Kinsch, 27, was graduated from St. Thomas Seminary in 1962 and attended Seattle Uni- versity as a graduate student.. After a three week orienta- tion program al the Catholic Services headquarters in New York, he left for Saigon recent- ly with his wife, the former Mary Hemmen of Seattle. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kinsch, 7923 27th S.W., Our Lady of Guadalupe parish. Rededicate Chapel Of St. Roque 4 BUENOS AIRES (NC)--The chapel of Saint Roque in down- town Buenos Aires has been dedicated and opened to public again for the first time since June 16, 1955, when it was set on fire by hoodlums operating on orders from ex- Premier Juan Peron. Peron was ousted that same year but the damage his thugs had done to the city's churches remained. Earlier this year old Santo Domingo church, one the best known in Latin Amer- ica, was rededicated. With the rededication of San Roque chapel, there are only a few more church buildings still to he restored. Priest-Pilgrim Dies in Bombay BOMBAY (NC) -- An Amer- ican priest participating in International Eucharistic Car tess died of a heart attack at his hotel here. He was Msgr. John M. Brosnan, 60, of Hur- on, S. D THE BRILLIANT WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA o $10 down $S a month (eJmd gl t First in eales, quality, leaderahip ...World Book provides the finmt in home educational help! Givo your children this priceless advert- thee for a present and help inaum a bright future ! For the moat thorough mind,. training program ever developed for practiced home use, also in- quire about World Book's Com- plete Educaonal Plan. Phone or Write Field Enterprises Educational Corp. Suite 204, 500 Wall St. Usual I On official visit to the Spokane col- flexible with open stage arches- lege for women, college authori- tra pit and an arena-type thea- series comprises six denomina- thorities. Std'fle MA 3-6193 tions of three different designs: - __ Sunday ties report, tar. a reproduction of a photograph I I e n n n g:11 n -- Seattle During her official visit, of the late Pope John XXIII 1' MERZ SHEET I O U Ill lip II. Ill  U IUI WAYNE, N. J. (NC)--The Mother Kathleen Clare will be entire student body of a Catho- a guest on the FWC college Requiem Sung for with the King of Burundi, I UETAS WORKS I -- _ . uvm m,,u " ':; ,:i ': fi::i !i" school here showed up for campus. William O'Dwyer oo.e representatmn at me 27. I purme,os what. ,hoot moral {, re-| ' !i ........ iiiiJii classes on, of all days, Sunday. Mwam Mwambutsa IV.; a, sym- { Wo ae ,.w .nd ,.p,ir lob, for ,,, I   .....   : Protestan! ministers, a rabbi qu,rad and members of their 21 1127 MAle 3 0242 ;IN Jaoksoo Street 00Ce'ruar" " Former N'Y. Mayor martyrs canonized on Oct. 18; I " " I s.v ,me 7. |SOAOW*,V and one with formal portraits I " . ...... 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