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F00!d00y, May 24, 7 00b00R?-s Another record class emerges from Holy Names One hundred and eighty-one seniors make up HNA's 82nd graduating group OR THE fourth t i m e in five years, a record number senior class will be graduated from Holy Names Academy. One hundred and eighty-one sen- iors, HNA's largest and its 82rid graduating class, will join 632 oth- ers from Seattle's other eight Cath- olic high schools in the combined commencement exercises Sunday, June 2, in the Seattle Center Arena. HNA's Class of 1963 will also be remembered for its academic ex- cellence. Betty Bracelin will be valedic- torian. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Braeelin, 1550 Olive Way in Seattle. She will receive her diploma with her twin sister, also a senior, Patty Bracelin. Salutatorian will be Jo Ann Cowan, daughter of Mrs. Berna- dette Cowan, 6053 35tb Ave. N.E., in Seattle. Jo Ann will attend Stan- ford University on a scholarship. She also was among the top two percent entrants in the National Merit Scholarship examinations. Other scholastic winners a re Helena Zohn and Carla Wells, both finalists in the National Merit ex- aminations. Carla has received a scholarship to the University of Santa Clara. Also among the top two percent of the National Merit program were Cathleen Carney, who won an honors p r o g r a m scholarship at Seattle University, and Barbara Gregory, and Patricia Baiseh. Other scholarship winners are: Shirley Sauber in music to Holy Names College in Spokane. Margaret ttarrington, Seattle U. Theresa Pagni, Italian Club scholarship. Johnnie De Wilde, Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. Theresa Bianchi, Holy Names BETTY JOANN BRACELIN COWAN was the ninth consecutive year an HNA student has won the Bar's contest. Teresa Luna and Cathleen Car- ney for receiving honorable men- tion prizes of $50 in the Bar essay contest. Mary Maloney, winning $100, a radio transistor and enrollment in the Famous Artists Schools home study after her paper mosaic of the Immaculate Heart of Mary was chosen to be the front cover for the August issue of Extension subject for the August issue of Ex- tension 'Magazine. College in Oakland, Calif., who was also awarded a $75 first-place scholarship in the string division of the West Seattle Music Student Bae__calaureate Mass will be said at 9 a.m. next Wednesday in St. Competition of the Federated Wom- en's Club of West Seattle. She will also reuresent the Seattle Chapter of the Washington State Music Teachers' Association convention in Seattle in June. Cathy Rice, in music to Maryl- hurst College. Patricia Goings with honors at entrance to Marylhurst. Other seniors receiving recogni- tion include: Janae Weis, receiving $200 for winning the Seattle-King County Bar Association essay contest. It James Cathedral. Father John Lynch of the Cathedral will give the sermon. Holy Names graduated 160 sen- iors in 1962, 155 in 1960 and 152 in 1959 to compile its record senior .peaks. The private school for girls is located in. Seattle's Capitol Hill and is conducted by the Holy Names Sisters, Sister Gerard Mary, SNJM, is principal. The graduating class includes; V-auren Anderson, Maryanne An- thony, Georglana Arnold. Linda Badion, Patricia Baisch, Constance Belmont, ]oseMary Bertucci, Therese Bianchi Marylin Blackburn, Elizabeth Bracelin, Patricia Bracelin, Linda Brannzchweig, Dianne Brockliss, Juo dith Brodnix, Sandra Burningham. Carolyn Burns, LesUe Butler, cath- leen Carney, Rosarla Castro, Ann Chaney, Mary Susan Clark, ,oyce Clark, Colleen Clary, Irathleen Col- line. rltti T-ou Collins, rathleen Con- ners, Mauzeen Cook, Claire Corbett, Liuda Covello. JoAnn Cowan. Wathleen Coyne, Victoria Curry, ry Rutli Cyra, Diane Dambacher, Catherine De Bels, Suzanne Denison, Johnnte DeWilde, Margaret Disotell, Roberta Douovan. Jultann Drew, Charlotte Duke, May Elizabeth Eddy, Jeffry England. Sharon Ferguson, Autonette Fernlano. Barbara I'lor, Xathleen Plynn, Tathleen Poley, Xeather ]ountain. Mary Ann Frisky. ratricia lujiwara, Eleanor Gardner, Mary Jo Gardner, Debbte Gayton, Helen Gleason, Made- line Gleason, Marsha Glascock, Nancy Gockel, Patricia Goings, Cynthia Goodfellow. Theresa Gry, Barbara Gregory, ]uby Gustafson, Pamela rabenicht, lathleen Waggerty, Doreen Nanson. Diane Hardin. Margaret Zrrring'ton, Xathleen Xealy. Linda rewitt. rath- ryn Marneil ]ill, Phyllis Hoban. Catherine Wrofstee, Lynn Holman. Jean [uetter. Xaron Wruffaker. Suzanne 3ohnson, ratberlne Xahl, Irrietina ray, Joan Xealy, Mary rearny. Julia B'elly. Mary Jane Xing. Maryhelen Klontz, Patrtcta rlontz. Barbara lrnapp, Constance Xrackehl. Diane Kranak, Janet Lambs, Dolores Lambert. Dolores V-a Grandeur. Marta Law- ion, Jane Ludington, Sharon Luf- kin, Teresa Luna, Mary Ann MacZgae. ,Carol Maher, Mary loney, Martlee Mauctni, Patrtcia Manion. Margaret March, MaryAnn Mason. JoA,un Mast, Gall tthiesen, Mary L McCarron, ZLoeemary McLaughlln. J u d t t h Miller, Mary Ann Moffat, Angela Moizahn, rathleen Moody, Mary Margaret Mcnahan. Mary ,Moore. Ar- lene Morgan. Patricta Morgenroth, Nlcki Myhre. Sharon Nensen, Sandra Noble, Mary Nolan. Nancy Nolan. Bernadette North. Janice 0'Brten, Mary Joan 0'Don- " ell, Diane O'Leary, Mary Pat O'Neill, Teresa O'Neill, Jeannette Os- terfeld. Mary Ann Otto, Theresa Pagltt, Xathleen Petechi. Susan Pc, rter, Xayln QuJnlivan. Marjorie Xgall. Xathleen Reinking, Catherine Rice, Bcrnatta Rose. Amelia loth. Xathleen lyder. Shir.ey Sauber, Mary V-ou Scho- maker, Bertha Schretner, Carol Jean Schuler. Marianne Schaute, rathleen Scordan, Sharon Scully. Bernadette Scaring, Marilyn Seeley, Barbara Sexton. Jennifer Shcpard, Sally Si- menstad. Virginia Slater. 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