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Friday, May THE PROGRESS- VANCOUVER -- ommencement ceremonies will be hehl for 15 graduating seniors of Providence Academy at 3 p.m. this Saturday on campus. Presiding will be the Most Rev- erend Thomas E. Gill, VG, Auxil- iary Bishop of Seattle. Valedictorian of Providence's 107th graduating class will be Eliza- beth Fritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Fritz of Route 2 in Orchards. Salutatorian will be Judith Kid- well, daughter of Mr. and bits. George Kidwell, 400 S. Bur(lick St. in Vancouver. A baccalaureate Mass was said Sun(lay in St. ,lames Church with Father James l)ea(ly, pastor of Our Lady of l,ourdes Parish, giving the baccalaureate sermon. Other gradnation events included a junior-senior prom and the Alumnae breakfast. Providence is the only Catholic high school in the southernmost tip of the Archdiocese. Also the oldest in the archdiocesan school system, the private school for girls is conducted by Sisters of Charity of Providence. Sister M. Dolorosa, FCSP, is principal. Graduating will be: Kathleen Fischer, Elizabeth Fritz, Erlene Geisler, Pamela Henry, Judith Jordan, Lisette Juarez, Jud- ith Kidwell, Barbara Lcinweber. Maxine McPhcrson, FIo r e n c e Quitugua, Eileen Scully. Kathleen Smith, Elizabeth Ternes, Jane Was- tradowski. Angelika Zybura. Bishop Gill will preside at Provide '" nee s 107th commencement Providence Academy's graduation ceremony will be held this Saturday for 15 seniors ELIZABETH FRITZ JUDITH KIDWELL Marymount cadets will receive jr high diplomas TACOMA ilitary Day exercises at 2 p.m. next Thursday will mark the 40th commencement ceremony for Marymount Military Academy. Fifteen ninth-grade cadets will receive diplomas in the ceremon3, on Marymount Field. Father John Fitterer, S J, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, at Seattle University, will give the commenc::ment address. Cmdr. Frank C. Srsen. USNR, commandant, will preside. A baccalaureate Mass will he said at 9 a.m. in the outdoor shrine that graduation (lay. An honors assemby is scheduled at 7 p.m. the previous Wednesday. Marymount, the only Cathy)lie military academy in the Archdio- cese, is conducted for resident and non-resilient boys from the fifth through ninth grade by Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. Thomas Aquinas. Mother Mary Edwardine, OP, is principal and superior. P, cceiving diplomas are: Stephen Mead and Michael Nist, both of Tacoma; George Koch, Olympia; Thomas Burns, Philip lranon, David Oas, Charles Rain- ville, Ronald Rohrer and James Sheaf, all of Seattle; David Fot, Tigard, Ore.; Robert Lantz, Sew- ard; Fred Mayor, Anchorage; Pat- : rick Miller and David Simpson, both of Oakland, Calif.; and Jose Torrella, Cuba.