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| T .... -OL='S ............ ra9.r,,?-,'rgv3 ....... .... 67 receive diplomas from St. Martin's High :>MAS CARL i_KER SCHROEDER .ARTIN'S High School held c;9th commencement eere- for 67 graduating seniors , ,y in the Abbey Theater on , . of the Benedictine Fathers' ,., school for boys. ,.,'ames Twohig of Menlo P alif., gave the commence- :,'.. ddress at the commence-   r e s i d e d by Rt. Rev. , i Heider, OSB, Abbot. :,ran Mass was sung in the ,, .....  to mark baccalaureate -,-, , ,ies. Father Adrian Parch- ('r -, St. Martin's College regis- r: ve the sermon. v ,. 'torian was Thomas Walk- e ff Mr. and Mrs. George V," " 18109 88th Ave. W., in E r ,. orian was Carl Sehroeder, s ,Ir. and Mrs. Otto Sehroe- ! 7 S. Cedar St., in Tacoma. . :- Conrad Rausch, OSB, is ! ' ' !.  of the southernmost Cath- .:i. ,. ,' high school in the Arch- (i) , ,. ating were: r,,- - d "nerkeogter, Mlclx&el Y , .,: n, Peter Cameron, Morris 7 ,- . 3ichsel Xayvard, Whomae "- : Davld w4Ller, Gerald wurphy, ; _d and lonId Pereffrtm, Den- : echt and Timothy Sullivan, all ntpllto B Jerk of Tumwater and Seines Y  Of Laoey. Deskines, William 'suver, '-  Gerber, lthard SaoktL, Albert ,,, Y-aurence Law, Carl Schroe- vtd Solte and Daniel Sukus, Tacoma. Bell. Dona] Bernard, Phtllip -. lonatd Eilers. Wlllt&m lr- L, ag'OZ Wees, Patrick llckenzie, '- l Sexton, $ames Welsh and J Wllscn, all of Seattle. Barman and Greffory ur.n, : f Blaine; Stephen Chrtstltn, , ,,. -od Manor; llchard ]Vrnk, ' "r 00d; homas Seines. ]l[en; -utzenberffer. V'oodland ; RY- Moseley and Chris O'S-ear'S, .f Mount Vernon; Walter leng- hehalie; and Thomas Walker, 0d Dufault, Yakima; Mark nd 1Kitsch. both of enatchee; ; Pent. ll:ennewlck; and ams llensburff. Hlekwell. Cratff Miller, games  : and Serry .ed. 11 of tehael Craven, Paul; Denn's Wallaee; and Leonzrd en- :upert, &ll in Idaho. Eckert. A.uchorae ; Alan Penlleton, Ore. ; Michael Burns. Ore.; ohn lue- rdin. Mont.: and Leonard Mount View. Alaska. y, Berkeley, Calif.; Erie .'rt Leavenworth. Xas.; 1. San rancJsco; Samee ::,1o ark. Calif.; Grth Calg&ry, Ont.; and Mel- , -ince Vtupert. .C. 1 g B; PL Da" Tw: n . Sixty-ninth graduating class is now part of St. Martin's edu6ational history as seniors depart St Mary's 39tb gre.duating class ties school record of number of seniors -- 26 -- set by Class of 1962 k Mary's grad ates another top class MARY CAROL BUENNAGEL GERBERDING WINLOCK nother outstanding senior class --the 39th--will be graduated from St. Mary's Academy in com- mencement exercises at 2:30 p.m. next Thursday on campus. Twenty-six girls will receive dip- lomas from Father Fabian Gussen- hoven, OFM, pastor of St. Francis Church in Cowlitz Prairie, who is presiding at the ceremony. Very Rev. David Prebula, OSB, subprior of St. Martin's Ab- bey in Olympia, will be commence- ment speaker. The graduation ceremony will be preceded by the baccalaureate llass at 8 a.m. in St..Francis Church. reakfast will follow. Winning the senior class' general excellence first award is Mary Buennagel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buennagel, 2223 S. Fir St. in Everett. A finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Pro- gram, she is also a candidate for a scholarship from the National Hon- or Society. Winning the general excellence second award is Carol Gerberding, daughter of f_rs. Marjorie Gerber- ding, 1580 9th St. in Cheahlis. A recipient of a letter of com- mendation from the National Merit program, Carol will attend Gonzaga University on a scholarship. St. Mary's 39th graduating class also possesses other commendable features. Eight of the 26 seniors have been accepted as postulants of three different Sisters' eommuni. ties.. Another senior. Gloria Gearhart. has been named the recipient of the Alumnae Religion Award. And returning to her native Bolivia to attend a pre-medical school will be Lourdes Suarez. The Academy, located on the prairie between Cbehalis and Long- view, ns a private school for girls and is conducted by S.isters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian CharitY,. Sister M. Manuela. OSF, s principal. Graduating are: Mary Buennael. Janie Chromey. Jeanette Cot- ter. Caroline Eggimann. Mary Frances Gaines Gloria 6earhart, Carol Gerberdin. Irene Koehler. Rosemary Leahy, Kathy Lehman. Janet Lentz, Pat Letourneau, Janet Link. Diana Lou(/hin. Mary Pat McMahon, Jean Peiffe, Kathleen Reynolds. Mary Ja $hraeder. arie Schullet, Mattina colt. Laurfles Suarez Pat Sullivan Linda Van de Mark. Anna WicherL Karen Wild, Carol Wood,