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 ,8--THE PROGRESS Friday, May 24, 1963 Seminarians To Receive i 00Major, Minor Orders : KENMORE  Major and minor orders will be conferred on seminarians of St. Thomas the Apostle Seminary on three separate occasions in the major semi- : nary chapel here. i The Most Reverend Thomas 'A, Conolly, Archbishop of Se- attle, will confer the tonsure at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 30, and the diaconate, subdiaconate, exorcist and acolyte orders at 8 p,m. Saturday, June 1. The Most Reverend Thomas E: Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will confer the sub- diaconate, exorcist, acolyte, porter and lector orders at 6:30 L a.m. Friday, May 31. Other ministers in the ordina- tion rites on all three days are Very Rev. John R. Sulli- van, S.S., rector of the major : seminary, as assistant priest; Rev. John Dougherty, S.S., and Rev. John Thirlkel, S.S., chap- lain to their Excellencies, the Rev. Denis D. Foudy, S.S., master of ceremonies. Ordinations to tonsure May 30 include the following: Archdiocese of Seattle--Alan 'Frederick Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Marshall, Tacoma. in BREMERTON 3 flee stores to serve you FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy E$ 3-0711 Across from the now hospital Westgate Pharmacy E$ 7-2110 On the road to thc old Hospital Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy $30 Sth St ......... ES 7-3753 free parking & prescription dolivary OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING STATIONERY OFFICE FURNITURE 11| hmma Street MAin 2-1440 TRICK & MURRAY CADILLAC NEEDS RYAN CADILLAC CO. Archdiocese of Portland -- James Aloysius Butkins, Gordon Eberle Dickey, Donald John Erceg, Gary Lee Jacob- son, Leo Edwin Remington and Charles George Schray. Diocese of Great Falls--Dale Floyd McFarlane. Diocese of Helena -- Hugo Mary Van Woerkom. Ordinations to major and minor orders May 31 include the following: PORTER AND LECTOR Archdiocese of Seattle--John Wendell Clark, son of Mrs. Anne Clark, Port Angeles; Alan Frederick Marshall of Tacoma; Edward David Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel Miller, Seattle; Bernard Albert Rinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rinkel, Sumner; Jef- frey Lynn Sarkies, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sarkies, Seat- tle; and William Rolfe Sham- her, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kerian J. Shomber, Seattle. Diocese of Yakima- Charles Ernest Roy and Joe Ybarra. Diocese of Spokane--Thomas Carol Caswell. Archdiocese of Portland- James Butkins, Gordon Dickey, Donald Erceg, Gary Jacobsen, Leo Remington, C h a r I e s Sehray, and Scott Anthony Vandehey. Diocese of Boise -- Lorenzo Louis Driggs and Joseph Fran- cis Schmidt. Diocese of Great Falls -- Thomas Lansing MacIntyre and Dale McFarlane. Diocese of Helena--Hugo Van Woerkom, EXORCIST AND ACOLYTE Archdiocese of Seattle---Gary Michael Angelovic, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Angelo- vic, Seattle; John Joseph Bow- man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur J. Bowman, Seattle; David Alan Brant, son of Charles W. Brant, Dayton, O.; Daniel Archdiocese of Portland -- Gerald Martin Quintal. Diocese of Boise -- William Raymond Gould: Diocese of Great Falls -- Joseph Anthony Diekhans. Diocese of Helena--Maurice Michael Medina. SUBDIACONATE Archdiocese of Seattle--Don- ald Raymond Espen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Espen, Seattle; Lester Jerome McCloskey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. McCloskey, Kent; and John Francis Reach, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reach Sr., Boise. Diocese of Yaklma--Thomas Vincent Lane, Richard Joseph O'Connor and Robert Jerome Shields. Diocese of Spokane- James Victor McGreevy. Archdiocese of Portland- James Joseph VanderPlaat and Dale Thomas Waddill. Diocese of Boise--Robert Wil- liam Taylor. Diocese of Great Falls- James Damian Dobbin and Ronald Otto Haverlandt. Ordinations to exorcist, aco- lyte, subdiaconate and diacon- ate orders June 1 include the following: EXORCIST AND ACOLYTE Archdiocese of Seattle/-- Jef- frey Sarkies. Diocese of Yakima--Charles Roy, Archdiocese of Portland- Gordon Dickey, Donald Erceg, Gary Jacobsen, Leo Reming- ton and Charles Schray. Diocese of Helena--Hugo Van Woerkom. SUBDIACONATE Diocese of Helena -- Maurice Medina. DIACONATE Archdiocese of Seattle--Don- WILLIAM GRIFFIN JOHN MARTINEZ Valedictorian Salutatorian SMC To Confer Degrees On 50 OLYMPIA N St. Mar- tia's College will hold its 68th commencement ex- ercises for 50 graduating sen- iors Thursday, May 30, in the Abbey Theater on the campus of the Benedictine school here. The Rt. Rev. Raphael Heid- er, O.S.B., Abbot and college chancellor, will preside at the ceremony to begin at 7:30 p,m. The Rev. William Treacy, archdiocesan assistant chancel- lor and director of Seattle's Catholic Information Center, will be the commencement speaker. Father Treacy is one of the panelists of the award- winning television program, "Challenge." Valedictorian will be Will- iam Henry Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin of Grants Pass, Ore. He will re- ceive a bachelor of science de- gree in civil engineering. He tops SMC's Class of 1963 with a 3.42 grade point average. Salutatorian is John Oliver with the investiture of aca- demic hoods. Father Abbot will preside at the solemn baccalaureate Mass at 10 a.m. on the following graduation day. The sermon will be given 'by Ray. Phillip Zediker, Newman Club chaplain at Central Wash- ington College of Education in Ellensburg. Luncheon for graduates and their guests will follow at 11:30 a.m. with the reception for graduates and their families at 3:30 p.m. Others receiving degrees will include: BACHELOR OF ARTS Dennis Paul Auve, Yakima; Jans Jurgen Boysen, Olympia; Larry Ver- non Eradbury, Port Angeles; Theodore Lee Bridges, Olympia; Norman Wen- daft Bykerk, New York; John Rich- ard Carbnne, Tacoma; Arley Ray Con- ner, Olympia; Gregory Arthur Druffel Colton; Walter Albert Engelbert, Seat- tie; Bernard Nelson Ewings, Tacoma. , David Peter Fuch,, Nezperce, ida.; Paul John Girard, Vancouver, B. C.; Duanne Anthony Hazel, Tacoma; Ronald Forrest Hopkins, Centralla; Samuel Charles Jacob Jr., Olympia; Austin Sernhart Johansen, Olympia; Froter Cyril Kenna, St. Martin's Abbey; Gary Eugene Locati, Walla Wolla; James Patrick Malvny, Port SU's 480 Graduating Class Is Record Size The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, will preside at Seattle Univer- sity's Annual Baccalaureate Mass in St. James Cathedral at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 31. The Mass is the first formal event of Commencement Week which concludes the Friday at the Opera House with the pre- sentation of degrees. The Rev. Leonard J. Kaufer, S.J., will be celebrant with Rev. Louis Gaffney, S.J., as deacon, and Rev. James E. Royce, S.J., as subdeacon. Others participating are Rev. Michael Taylor, S.J., as assist- ant to the Archbishop; Revs. Gerard M. Evoy, S.J. and Cornelius J. O'Leary, S.J., deacons of honor to the Arch- bishop; Rev. Stephen Szeman, master of ceremonies at the throne; Rev. Francis J. Linde- kugel, S.J., master of cere- monies at the altar; Rev. Thomas R. Garvin, S.J., cross bearer. The Rev. Ellwood E. Kieser, C.S.P., of the Paulists Fathers of Los Angeles, will deliver the baccaulaureate sermon. The University will confer bachelor's degrees on 480 grad- uating seniors at commence- ment exercises in the Opera House Friday, June 7. This is the largest graduating class in the school's history. There are over 60 members of the class who will graduate with honors, nearly a third of whom will be summa cum laude, or highest honors. The College of Arts and Sciences with 176 candidates for bachelor's degrees has the largest graduating class, fol- lowed by the School of Educa- tion, 113; the School of Com- merce and Finance, 76; the School of Engineering, 69; .SCHOOL OF COMMERCE AND FINANCE BACHELOR OF COMMERCIAL SCI- ENCE -- Adolf Johan Alberts, William Ban Bailey, George Milton Barrett, Ed- wtn Byron Bezy, Jr., James Patrick Bradley, Dennis Michael Brown, J. Michael Brown, Leonard J o s e p h Butsch, James A. Carey, Edward Chow, Jr., Fred Coffield, Dennis Joseph CoHeran, Thomas John Corbett, Daniel J. Cummins. James Harley Davis, Geraldine Lee Derig, Catherine Barton Douglas, Daniel Calhoun Dufficy, Lee William Eberhardt, Jr., Henry N. Egashira, John Charles Elchelberger, Douglas Phlllip Elbert, Robert Neff English, Thomas James Farstad, A. Dlno Favro, David Vincent Foley. WIIHam James Gallagher, Richard Anlhony Gilroy, Grims Harry Glsloson, Henry Francis Golden, James Alexan- der Dew, Marlin James Granger, Jyo Hondo, E. Nick Immel, David Michael Irwin, Laurence Joseph Jesenko, James Vernon Johncox, Jr., Charles Philllp Johnston, Robert Harold Jones, Pat- rick Emmet Kehoe, Philip Timothy Lawlor, Jr. Richard Bruce Lefor, Philip Joseph Lorbett, Dean O. Moher, Patrick R. Mahoney, Mary Pntrlcia Marlin, Eliz- abeth Anne McKelvey, Robert Clifford McLean, Joan Antoinette Meyer, Gerald Francis Molltor, Mllton Masa Mukal, James C. Mullally, Jr., AI. bert Manuel Munoz. BACHELOR OF COMMERCIAL SCI- ENCE -- David Patrick Nichols, Mary Margaret O'ConnelL Patrick J o h n O'Nell, Marltyn Joanne Owens, Kenneth Leo Pavlick, Philip Lockwood Perry, Patrick Earl Pheasant, Todd R. Render, Vick L, Reynolds, Darrell Eugene RIn- kel, John Mace Roberts, Michael B. Salazar. Gabriel Salvatl, James Louis Schae. char, Theresa Anne Schmechch Pa- trlcla Ann Smith, Thomas James Ste- phen,, William Dean Stoneclphcr, Helen Irene Thompson, Bruce Vin- cent Vance, Joseph Michael Welch, Richard Anton Wilds, James Joseph Yurlna. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCA- TION  Janlce Mary eaglnskl, Pa- trlcla Joanne Bolilnger, Ferdlnand Da- vid eoulanger, Patrick Michael Butler, Llnda Jane Crescl, Rudolfo Anthony O'Amico, Patrlck Flanagan E a s o n, Christopher Edward Fitzgerald, Efl- uard Aaron Flaslk, Molly Mlchele Foun- tain, Laurence William Gavin, Judith Lorraine Geddes, Melba Sherrle Goeve- linger, Susan Llnda Hackett. Jeanne Ann Kramer, Ann Kathleen MacQuarrie, Janet Delores Mar,k, Antonla Markey, Daniel W. McClary, Francis Thomas MConvillc, Elleen Palricio Nolan, Richard Thomas O'- Leary, Margaret Dorothy RanDy, DIP lores Eleanor Schmaltz. Simon A. J. Stenning, Sandra Sanae Tanaka, Dorothy Jane Tharalson, Jo- seph Toutonghi, Sharon (Faith) Lou Yates. Ida Mae Marceou, (Sister Julia Marie F.C.S.P.), Rose Ann MorEl (Sister Mary Helen, C.S.J.). Susan Jane Mayer (Sister Jane Frances, F.C.S.P.), Mary Josephine O'Dwyer (Sister Mary de Lourdes, O.P.), Josephine Elizabeth Reichlin (Sister M. Clarlne, C.S.J.), Dana Lee Taylor (Sister Donna Marie, F.C.S. P.), Mary Elizabeth Thorne (Sister M. Amelia, C.S.J.). Masters degrees will be awarded to 62 candidates by Seattle University's Graduat/ School. The majority will receive master of education degrees. Others are given in arts, in arts in education, in natural sciences and in engineering. Recipients, according to de- gree, are: MASTER OF ARTS--Elleon Burneff (Sister Mary Patrlcla of S.H.), Rose Marie DIIIman (Sister Andrea, FCSP), Anna Garlec (Sister M. Emerita, S SJ M.O.), Patrlcla B a r r t t Geraght i Louise Marie Koenlg (Sister Mary"" Regina, S.S.M.O.). MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION --Robert Albert Hasson. MASTER OF EDUCATION--Irwin e. Adler, LIHlan Anderson (Sister M. Peter Michael, S.N.J.M.), Norman Arnesen, Joel AHeo Barber, Jr., Maria Blasco Barreta, Howard M. Bradwefl, George A. Carey, Kenneth Howard Carleton, Lloyd Cleven, Lesa Cantris (Sister M. Josephine, O.S.F.), Imelda Aqulna del Carmen, Margaret Dove (Sister M. Claver, C.S.J.), Michael Robert Feeney, ,Richard D. Foltz, David H. Hailing, Detwyn George Haroldson, Lewis Wari Lehmann, Elan H. Lundqulst, Johnny' v Fredrlc Lyber, John Douglas McCul. Iota, John Anthony McGInfey, Belva Meozies Mclntash, Agnes McLoughfln (Sister M. Agnes Cornelia, O.S.F.), James Morris North, Lydia Alcala Orallo, Patrlcla Alma Polge, Rev. John Haag Pearson, Dale Harlle Palmer, John D. Paquet, Felton Francis Lucy Margaret St. Hllalre (Sister Marlsta, FCSP), Ahmed $onjor, Harold Schlndeldecker. MASTER OF EDUCATION -- Teresa Catherine Sweeney, Vlvlan B. Struempf, (Sister M. Vlvlon, O.S.F.), William Kelly Toomey, J o h a n n a Vogelsong (Sister Mary Basil, C,S.J.), areal Owen Way, James Robed White. MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NATURAL SCIENCE--Arthur F. Andrews, Louis B. Buster, Brother Roland Joseph Hinger, S.M., Gerald Victor Kohls, S.J., EImore J. Oistad, Lawrence Lester Peterson, Brother John Mary Vermaelen, S.M. MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTEI. CAL ENGINEERING -- John Robed Chin-China ChaD, Samuel Hadwell, Bernard James Kraemer, Darrell Eugene Lne, Nell Ray Moc- FaHane, Ernest William Sherman, Masayoshl Tonokawa. MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHAN. ICAL ENGINEERING-- Russel JameS Arave, John N. Dlckson and Robert James Conroy, son of Mr. and ald Espen, Lester McCloskey Martinez of Steilacoom. The Angeles. Richard Arnold Aenls, Llnda Lee James Sartell. William Henry Mlckelson, Olympia; Nursing, 34; and Sister Forma- Eickholt Andersen, Mary Elleen Ander- Mrs. Daniel W. Conroy, Port- and John Resch. recipient of a bachelor of arts Joseph Edward Monroe, Portland; Kent tion, 12. son, Alice Caroline Arena, Sue Ellen land; Richard Kenji Hayatsu, Diocese of Yakima--Thomas degree with a major in social- Edward Morrill, T a c o m a; Edward Barrle, Llnda Jeanne Beckstrom, Bea- trice Elizabeth Beeson, Karen Ann Executive David Murray, Olympia; Frater Sebas- The Graduates are: Bloomfield, Lois V. Bruhn, Edward son of Mrs. John J. Hayatsu Lane, Richard O'Connor and ogy has compiled a 3.37 grade tian Naslund, St. Martin's A b bey; John Burby, Jr., Nancy Stebblns But- of Seattle; Eugene Wilfred Robert Shields, point average. The son of Mr. FrancisPlerre MlchelAtdan Rellly,Pasquter'Dopant;Olympla;Eugene COLLEGE OF ARTS Marleler' RaymondColllns, OdellDonaldBUtler,Henry Suzannecowell, Lauds Seattle Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Diocese of Spokane--James and Mrs. James Cienfuegos of Raymond Rlehl, Paulsbo; Lawrence AND SCIENCES Jr., Barbara Mae Donafl. John S. Lewis, Seattle; Michael McGreevy. Oakland, Calif. He lives with Leo Patrick Vincent, Olympia; John gi f James McDermott, son of Dr. Archdiocese of Portland -- his wife and their child in Im- Roche, Yakima. BACHELOR OF ARTS CLASSICAL -- Brenda Anne Donovan, Julle Marie Le on o Mary and Mrs. John P. McDermott, Seattle; Theodore Irving Mar- me, son of Mrs. Claudia P. Marina, Anacortes; Michael Charles O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. O'Brien, Tacoma. Diocese of Yakima- George Patrick Campbell. Diocese of Spokane--Richard Leroy Weeks. Hill I II For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS,.. GUnDERSOn S27 PINE 764 BROADWAY SEATTLE TACOMA Michael Mallory Smith, Cheney; Darrell William Snyder, Eugene, Ore.; Lester Duard Spurgeon, Olym- pia; Frank Charles Srsen, Tacoma; Michael Allan T a yl o r, Everett; Thomas Jefferson Taylor, Olympia; Thercn Noel Tlson, Tacoma; Michael Starr Varney, Springfield, Ill. Leo Patrick Vincent, Olympia; Bar- ton Douglas Voelz, Olympta; John Theodore, Yeorlan, Gig Harbor; and Dale Lynn Z elgler, Olympia. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Charles Augustus Lindberg, Olympia; Robert Matthew Orhelm, Tacoma; and Aria Henry Wetter, Shelton. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Civil Engineering Jomes McAIpln Brascher, Tacoma; Joseph John Kiefer, Tacoma; Allan LeRoy KImbel, Olympia; and John Howell Kinney, Oroflno. James Vanderplaat and Dale Waddill. Diocese of Great Falls- James Dobbin and Ronald Haveriandt. Catholicism Highlighted At Exhibit NEWCASTLE, England (NC) --An impressive national Vo. cations' Exhibition has put Ca- tholicism on display here be- fore 100,000 visitors, millions more on "IV and a group of distinguished non-Catholics led by the heads of the Anglican and Methodist Churches here. The exhibition is housed in a mammoth circus-type tent and 10 satelite tents alongside the b u s y London - to- Edinburgh highway. The 13th in an annual ..;,::, ....... :::::::::::::::::::  series, it inaugurated this year : ....... iiiiiiiii!ii FOR A NEW OR USED viewinga" Catholica dozenFilm films.Festival re-  ;iiii: CHEVROLET Another feature is the actual Call: JERRY HENTSCHELL .... EM 3.6110 production of a short motion ' i M.mb.r of St. Cath.rin.'s P,rish picture by one of the English , i ilil Res., LA E.5956 mission orders'. i "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 117th cmd Bothell Way SEATTLE AssistDUtch CathollCSRefugees GRIFFIN-MURPHY BUSINESS COLLEGE SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN June 10--June 17--June 24 Be ready for the FALL JOBS Stenographic Secretarial IBM Key Punch MAin 4.7154 Fifth and Virginia Seattle H1$$I$$uiii$I$iIit$II$$iIi$$[$$"I$$ii$i$tu$ BEIRUT, Lebanon (NC) -- Catholics in the Netherlands" have given 5,000 copy books for the use of Palestine refu- gee children attending schools sponsored by the Pontifical Mission for Palestine in Le- banom The Pontifical Mission for Pales'tine, papal relief agency for the Palestine refugees, sponsors schools at the Dbyae and Jisr-EI-Pash a refugee camps near here. More than 1,250 children are enrolled. maculate Conception Mission Parish in Steilacoom. Graduation events will begin at 8 p.m., Wednesday, May 29, 11 Marylhurst Seniors From Archdiocese 4552 UNIVERSITY WAY N.E. MARYLHURST, Ore.- Eleven students from the Arch- diocese of Seattle will be among the seniors graduating from Marylhurst Collegesat " Rev. Gerald commencement exercises urday, May 25, here. Toner Named The Most Reverend Edward D. Howard, Archbishop of Medal Winner Portland, will preside. Commencement speaker is Dr. Roy E. Lieuallen, chancel- lor of higher education for Ore- gon. Judith Zimmerman of Sea- attle was awarded the Joan of Arc trophy for scholarship, leadership and ideals. She is the daughter of Mrs. Merle Zimmerman, 3032 E. 91st St., Seattle. Students from the Archdio- cese receiving degrees are: BACHELOR OF ARTS--Mary Jean Quinn of Packwood, in English; Judith Williams of Tacoma, in elementary educa- tion; and Mary Jo Wink of Seattle. BACHELOR OF MUSIC -- Mary Frances Reichlin of Fife and Mary Margaret Voegtlin of Seattle. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION -- Mary Kay Dyckman of Tacoma; Linda Fortune of Snohombh; Kath- ryn Parent of Seattle; Sarah Goodwin of Oak Harbor; Janet Lee Schiller of Tacoma; and Judith Zimmerman of Seattle. SPOKANE--The first annual Aloysius Gonzaga medal for outstanding service in the field o f secondary education will be awarded to R e v. Gordon E. Toner, S.J. The award will be pre- sented at the 76th annual c am m e nce- ment e x e r- cises 'for Gon- zaga Prepara- tory School, to REV. G. E, be held Thurs- TONER day, May 30, in the Gonzaga Prep gymnasium, the Rever- end William E. H a y e s, S.J., principal, announced today. Father T o n e r graduated from Gonzaga Prep in 1930 and three years later entered the Society of Jesus, one of four brothers who are now Jesuit priests. He was ordained a priest in 1946 and after finishing his studies, he came to Gonzaga Prep as principal in 1948. For thirteen years, Father Toner gave of himself as principal, the longest term of any princi- pal at Gonzaga Prep. During this time he was able to see one of his fondest dreams come true--the building of a new school for Gonzaga Prep boys. == We are over. stacked on fine watches, valued at $100.00 and over. Will s II them now* at gr.eatly reduced prices. Easy Parking FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED HEIHHART Member of Blessed SEATTLE 5 'liiiiiIiii[iIIii1iill$$I$]$i$$1iIIIIII$tti1IiIII$ItI11Iiui$IIIii$I$` II ILl S=l E AT CORSETS LINGERIE a HOSIERY  BILL PIERRE ,.E. . 512 BROADWAY EAST EA. 4-4410 III MOTORS. ,.o. I LAKE CITY FORD DEALER ME. 2 0311 II /11 ""'"""'N' I Jeanette T. Normandln (Sr. M. Nor- man, S.S.A.) and Charles Coulter Ver- haren. BACHELOR OF ARTS NON-CLASSI- CAL -- Monte Frederick Adair, Alvin Frederick Anderson, James Edward Barry, Jr., LeRoy Bartlett III, Oavid Morrell Benlnger, Vlodlmer (Walter) Borisovltch Boorlak, John Paul Bor- denet, Stephen Edward Bosst, Patrick Stephen Bouker, Juana Braganza, Rich- ard Vincent Brennan, James Joseph erosomer, Mary Louise LIIIlan Bruce, Byron Leger Brunelle, Robed L. Burn- ham. Meil,so Elalne Cadwallader, Jose- phine Ann Ccrnlne, Carol Sue Cavle- zel, Charles Vines Collier, Jr., Mary Ann Costello, Philllp Slephen Cronln, Marie Va/erle Croteau, Kathleen Mary Curran, Philip Michael Dalplaz, Ann Clare Daniel, Joseph Reml De- Lay, Sharon L. Dettman, Richard Henry Dlckhaut, Michael Edward Donohue, Patrlck Keith Duncan, John Charles Dynes. Conrad P. Eaton, John Peter Edlef- sen, Lloyd T. England, Michael Joseph Fles, Sidney John" Flor, Michael Jo- seph Flynn, Gayl Ardlne Fowler,. BACHELOR OF ARTS NON-CLASSI- CAL -- Robert James Fredrickson, Carole Maria Frieband, MFchael Paul Galando, Bruce Mlchael Gansneder, Ann Katherine Gillis, Mary Teresa Gordon (Sr. M. Emmanuella, S.S:A.), Mary Elayne Grady, Margaret Jeanne Gray, William Ray Green, Janet Ann Greenfield, Patrick J. Gribbon, Mary Susan Grandin (Sr. Terrence, F.C.S.P.), Kenneth E. Grubenhoff, Margaret D. Hanks, Eugene Thomas Harrlson, Jr,, Jeanne Anne Hawksford. Josoph Herbstler, Elizabeth A. Her- mann, Steven Earl Holtschlag, Shella L. Howe, Marllyn Joyce HayS, Ann Frances Huetter, Dale Thomas Irvine, Ralph Raymond Johnson, George Robert Kaczor, Marllyn Ann Kam, Terence Francis Kearns, Kathleen Mary Kelly. Judith Mae King, Potrlck Thomas Kirk, Carolyn Jane Klrsop, Dolores Lacygne Kump (Sr. Marcella Mary, FCSP), Stephen Michael Kunath, Mi- chael Joseph Lavin, John Howard Lenlhan, Frances Marion Lofurno, Mary Kathleen MacDonald, John Mel- ville Maher, Harvey J. Mashlnter, Nancy Faye McCarthy, Agnes Judith Forros-Metcalf, Veronica Ann Miller, Gary Laurence Miranda, Sharon Anne Mlsslaen, Michael Dennis Moran, Bar- bara Ann Murphy. BACHELOR OF ARTS NON-CLA$SI- CAL -- Edward M. Murray, Catherine G. Neff, Joan Marie Newell, Peggy M. O'Neill, Dominic A. Otter, Ralph James Patch, Mary Charlene Paumier, R. Leo Penne, Richard Wayne Peter- son, James Preston, David Lloyd Price, Sandro M. Rawlins, Joan Redden (St. M. James irene, B.V.M.), Carolyn Anne Rellly, Michael John Reynolds, Hazel Nielsen Rtchards. Jerome Edmund aiggs, Helen Ro- beda Rogers, Philip Steven Rogers, GUy Orval Rush Jr., Makoto Gabriel Sawano, Jay Michael Schllle, Judllh Helen Schlimgen, Judy A. Schlosser, Jumes W. Scott, Richard Manley Scverson, Carolyn Loul,e Sevlck, Doris Marie Sidrovich, Kathleen Mary Sifferman, Tony John Skrbek. Jeremy Michael Smith, Josephine Helen Sonn, Mary Alelha StatEs, Eu- genie A. Sullivan (Sr. Gladys Marie, F.C.S.P.), James Barrett Sullivan, John Edmund Sullivan, Katherine Anne The- sing, Barbara Lee Thompson, MarJorle Myers Torten, Meredith Jean Van Ry, Potricla Ann Wand, Ruth Forrest White, Howard Simon Michael Whittaker, Jr., Dennis Richard Williams, Jack R. Wil- son, Fred R. Wang, Joyce Marie Young. COLLEGE OF ARTS / AND SCIENCES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  Joseph Andrew Bossl, John Lloyd Esplnosa, Davld Robed Ferguson, Assunta Huang, Leo John Landkamer, Kenneth William McCarthy, James Robert Moergell, Jr., Jean Marie O'Donnell, David Leon Predeek, Edmund Charles T y n a n, T h o m a s Raft van Ackeren, John Charles Wekell. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOME ECONOMICS -- Florence Mort' Hall, Mary Ann Lofy Kearns, Barbara Ar- line Longnecker. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEN- ERAL SCIENCE -- Henry Ross Hop- klns, Richard Frank Johnson, Hyun Ki Lee. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDI- CAL RECORDS  Carroll Clark Chop- man, Agnes Ann Gerber, Mary Alice GIImour, Marlta Anne Meyer, Patrlda Ann Stoker. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDI- CAL TECHNOLOGY -- Mary Kathryn Black, Mortha Mary Herzog, Agatha Lal Chun Lum, Jean Vivion Ruflange, (Sister Anita-Made, F.J.), LInda Lee Smith. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NAT- URAL SCIENCE -- Lather Peter Bier- manskl, Peter James Coleman, Robert Philip Hannah, Charles John Michael- son Kdhter, Rublna Kunukasserlt, Philip Dominic Long, Johnny Yutoka Mizuno, William Richard Scott, David Harold Slmons, Jr., John Peter Suchoskl, Ju- dith Swanson, Donald Craig Turner, Judith Irene Helmblgnor VIncenzl. Drlscoli, Karcn Ruth Dubrovln, Bar. Bara Jane Duffy, Palricia Frances Eagen, Jeanne Annette Fanning, Bar- bara Mce Felzer (Sister Mary ES- treHa, C.SJ.), Jullanna Rose Finch, Potricla Marie FIorito, Charloffc Ma- rie Fitzpatrick, Harold Geckcr. Susan Cecilia Geiger, Kathleen Hope GemmIII, Jeanne Marie Gervals, La- vonne Adele GIIlis, Helen Halgh (Sister Mary Leo, C.S.J.), Cynthia Dorothy Honnan, Jerry Ray Hammack, Jo Ann Marie Harrington, Francie M u r i e I Jones, James Rodney Joy, Carolyn Ann Kone. Rlchard Patrlck Kearns, Marla Mary Knoll, Vallory Lou Knudscn, Carol Cecile Koenlgs, Rev. James Edward Kovalik, Julia Lawler, Janlce Ellen Llndblom, Sadie Frances Mac- Aulay (Sister Ida Mary, C.S.J.), Mary Ann Mandy, Clair Dnnnls Markey, Vera Mae Mas,art, Krisnna Aria Ma- tranic, Kathleen Adelaide McNuity, Frank Peter Michael, Luigi MIchell, Carolyn Ballou Morse. Gertrude Murphy (Sister M. Fldells, C.S.J.), Janet Rae Marlno Murphy, Evelyn V. Nevinger, Patrlcla Helen O'Leary, Mary Lou Plnsch (Sister Mary Bertrand, O.P.), Harold Edward Ran- som, Valerle Judith Rardln, Edward Howard Relchelt, Janlce Lee Rider, Shella Ann Roan, Clorann Made Rock, Jack George Rosenow, Murlel Cather- ine Rosman. Deborah Pauline Salisbury, Patrlcla Sanders (sister Mary Patrlna, C.S. J.), Thomas Denton Shaulcs, Paul Joel Shook, Vladimlr Stephen Skala- brln, Lynene Joy Smlth, Daniel F. Stautz, Ann Lorraine Stein, Michacl Edward Stenhoff, Evelyn Ida Stolen, Marllyn Smith Theodore, Kathleen Ellen Talon, Elizabeth Anne Traux, James Alfred Van Sickle, Jane( Ann Wagner, M. Patricla Weller. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEM. ICAL ENGINEERING -- Patrick Jo- seph Boder, Donald George Harlow, Robert Henry Kuhner, Antone Joseph Matule. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING -- Charles E. Brugge. man, Paul Y. Chlnen, Gerald David Dlnndarf, Cyrus Farahmandl, Nolan Jean Folden, Gerhard Groeschel, MI- chael E dwa r d Lawrence Gulchon, James Reed Harris, Paul W. Hengel, Ray R. Kachel, Charles Donald Lundy, Raymond J. Sandegren, William Joseph Spurlock. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING -- Nlckolaos VassIIIos Arvonltldls, Gene Wesley Barton, Raymond Louis Bernadell/, Therlyn Lyle Brady, Lewis Stephen Coleman, John Michael Dick, John P. Egeberg, Earl Leonard Forabaugh, Frederick Ward Freeman, Duane Ed- ward Johnson, Perry Edward Johnson. Robert Larry LaFontalne, Joseph B. Lussler, John Thomas Madden, Richard E. McGovern, David Albert Milanoskl, Virgil L. Mlntcr, Bradley A. Nowlln, Jerome Michael O'Hogan, Wllllan Lester Rowley, Robed Ray- mond Sanders, Robert K. Stevens. Michael Dennis Swoyne, Chung-Jen Tan, Timothy William Tawny, William Harvey Weaver, Maurlce George Whale. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING -- Don D. Basklns, Robert Allen BauermeIster, Ahmed Besharot, Eugene Yu-Wel Chen, James Henry Eder, Donald James For- an, V. Wayne Fry, Ire Jesse Hemlng. way, John Ralph Julian, John E. Kop- perstad, Michael Eugene Manca, Eu- gene N. Martin, Donald L. Meyer. William E. Moran, Arvld LoRay Musgrove, Glen Ro,s Powell, Jr., Richard Charl';s Rlel, Arman H. Sar- gent, David V. 5chumacher, Bill M. Smith, Harry A. Smith, Jr., William Ernest Spencer, Jr., Ronald L. Thels, Richard Frank Wilson, Stanley E. Worlund. SCHOOL OF NURSING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURS- ING -- Mary Ann Agopsowicz (Sisler Ruth Ann, F.C.S.P.), Beverly Anne An- derson, Toshlko Nancy Arlma, Ma- donna Rose Blue(Horse), Kathleen Mary Cannon, Therese F. Carlgnan (Sister Hermyle, F.C.S.P.), Kathleen Cyr (Sister M. Adulna, S.S.A.), Eliza- beth Anne Deslmane, Mary Ann Don- nelly, Coral Mode Elbert. Carroll Anne Ensmlnger, Georgia Ann Glanz, Mary Susan Grondln (Sister Terrence, F.C.S,P.), Monla Frances Heeran (Sister Mary Ger- trude, C.S.J.), Jeanne Margaret Hen. ry, Elsie Masaka Hosokawa, Madge Marie Irwin, Mary Jo,ephlne Jaksha, Korea Ann Laughnan. Joyce Ann Legaz, Judith Ann Moire, Marion Mildred McKInnon, Suzanne Elaine Merllno, Julianne Sachle Otoshl, Joanne Margaret Quale, Irene E. Rahn, Alice ZIta Reimold, Edith Mac Relf (Sister Anne Gabriel, C.S.J.), Marjorle Ruth Rush, Margaret Suzonne Sargent, Kathleen Louise Semon Lois Ann Ser- res, Jonice Marie Jennlngs Velllet, Colleen Margaret Weldy. COLLEGE OF SISTER FORMATION Lois Caryann Boyle (Sister Cather- Ine Therese, F.C.S.P.), Susan EIleen Boyle (Sister Ann Norberta, F.C.S.P.), Rita Leona Cebula (Sister Rita Jean, F.C.S.P.), JudHh Ann George (Sister Mary Angeia, F.C.S.P.), Patricla Jean Locati (Sister Patrlcla Jean, F.C.S.P.), The Legion of Mary in the Archdiocese recently received commendations from one of the international lay organization's governing leaders from Ireland. "The Seattle Comitium be commended for its quality, zeal and enthusiasm," said Harry O'Carroll, a secretary of the Legion's Concilium in Dublin. The 38-year-old executive was in Seattle for a three-day stop after spending five months on Legion business in Australia and New Zealand. O'Carroll, who has logged 2S years and thousands of miles as a Legionnaire, spoke to the Seattle Comitium re- ce0tly at Holy Names Acad- emy. He was well received by members who came from as far as Shelton and Olympia 24 hours after they had been notified of his Seattle arrival. O'Carroll at the Legion's headquarters in Dublin su vises 350 correspondents, whll keep in touch with councils in 1,500 dioceses in 150 countries. All at headquarters, O'CarroU pointed out, were volunteers like himself in keeping with the Legion's primary aim of mak- ing oneself a complete Christ- ian and of advancing the cause,ll of Christ in the world. He works / for Ireland's Department of' Defense. O'Carroll painted an optlmis. tic picture of the. Legion throughout the world. The organization, called the "Miracle of the modern world," has transformed the Philippines into a militant Catholic country despite adversities facing the Church. Other Legion strongholds include Nigeria, the Congo and Ceylon. O'Carroll said that the move. ment's success also lay in the members' "remarkable fidel- ity" to the Legion's system, founded in 1921 in Dublin. But there is still more to be done. In Australia and New Zeal- and, the Legion must continue its conversion work, eatecheti- cal instruction and assimilation of new immigrants. Australian Catholics number 20 per cent out of a total pop- ulation of 10 million. New Zeal- and Catholics number 14 per cent out of a total population of three million. "The Legion is an organi- zation for men as well as women," he declared. "It is an effeetlve Apostolate of the Laity. I am sure that the ' Legion will receive an en- dorsement in one of the fu- ture sessions of Vatican Coun- cil II." The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, has on several occa- sions expressed a wish that his priests mobilize the laity in the ranks of the Legion of Mary to assist in work for care of souls. While in Seattle, he was host- ed by Ray. William Treacy, spiritual directer of the Seattle Comitium, and its president, Wade Thompson.