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38 senior girls look forward to baccalaureate " and commencement ceremonies Forest Ridge seniors compile honors WO SENIORS with similar first names have been named the top students of Forest Ridge Convent's 55th graduating class. They are Ann McKinstry of Bellevue and Anne Hanify of Seattle. The pair will lead 36 others from the private school for girls in Seattle's Catholic high school combined commencement exercises, where diplomas will be given to all of the seniors from the nine schools. Miss McKinstry is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. McKinstry, 2011 89th St. .... NEin Bellevue. She will attend on a scholarship Barat College ,of the Sacred Heart in Lake Forest, Hi. Her twin sister, Mary Ellen, has aLo received a scholarship from San Francisco College for Women in the City by the Golden Gate. Miss Hanify is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hanify, 1223 21st Ave. E. in Seattle. She will attend Seattle University. Other seniors receiving individual honors are Graciela Batista with a scholarship to St. Mary's College in South Bend, Ind. i and Glenna Franklin with the President's Schol- arship from SU. Baccalaureate ceremonies include a Mass and solemn Benediction on two separate days. Father John V. ,Murphy, S J, perfect of studies at Seattle Prep, was celebrant of the Mass Thursday in the convent chapel. Father George Purdy, SJ, pastor of St. Leo's Parish and superintendent of St. Leo's School in Tacoma, will give the sermon at the Benediction, scheduled at 8 p.m. Mon- day, June 3, in the convent chapel. Father John Codd, S J, of SU will be celebrant; Father John Marsh of St. Teresa's Parish, deacon; and Father Frank Wood, SJ, of SU, subdeacon. Other graduation events will include the senior-junior prom next Wednesday in the Sunset Club and the honors assembly at 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 3. The Convent of the Sacred Heart, Forest Ridge, located on Capitol Hill, is conducted by Religious of the Sacred Heart. Mother A. Bourret, RSCJ, is principal. Graduating are: Orciel Battst, T-orllee Burcar, Mary Byrne, Xrlsten Crowier, ulie ]enton, Dobr D0zdch, Martlee Dunham, Sally Evans, Glenna Pranklin, Alarm& prick. raren Gai, lrathleen Geraghty, Patrici ragen, Mchele ]andley, Anno XLfy, Maaza nscom, Ann Xein, Sarah ]Kennes, Sharon ]Kynes. Susan Xatica, )Katherine Krick, Claudi MacDonald, Christine Madsen, Shetla ]lc]g Ann Mrinstry, Mary Ellen VcKinstry, Shgila McLaughlin, Beatrice Munroe. Nancy Palmer, Mary Louise Rose, Kathleen ]yan, Barbara Schindler, Ann Bettle, Mozdca Snith, Daielle Sullivan, Therese Vaughan, Lee Vonne _Willis, Ptricia Wood. i SEATTLE SCHOOL for DOCTOR'S ASSISTANT COMPLETE TRAINING IN MEDICAL /t/ SFRAmAL AND LABORATORY ! \\; rROCEVWES i\\; FREE PLAT OF GRADUATES For Your Career in Medieine PHONE OR WRITE MAin 2-0565 I I I IIII 408 Seaboard Bid., Seattle ANN McKINSTRY NID u nmmu mane mlnm m enm mm mn  a 7 % Congratulations Graduates / % / It's a bright future ahead when viewed # through precision ground lenses, framed for beauty in guild crafted eyewear. # Call on us for service at your corL- / vrtlel3Ce. / I- - __X__ .......... J- -'1 ', 1 ; -7--Q -; / ', / Downtown, 328 4th & Pike Bldg. MA. 2-7458 % I  UrdVersity, 1301 N. E.45th Street ME. 3-3710 I ' Banard, 1701 N.W. Mrket Street SU. 4-07.00 #  Burien, S.W. 144th and Ambum CH., 2-4737 % L ...Rlch/ond Hl..ghiads__ N o.275th2 advai..., e LU" 2"232L -.. .y