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THE PROGRESS--9 Immaculate also .has a record num3er with 46 malting up 52nd graduating class DIANE FAUDREE SUZANNE McCARTHY Baccalaureate ceremonies will be held for lmmacuate High's seniors on May 31 orty-six girls--a record number will be graduated from Immaculate High School. | The Class of 1963, the 52nd graduating senior group from the parochial school for girls, will be headed by Diane Faudree as valedictorian. The winner of a scholarship to Seattle University is the daughter of Mr. and M)'s. Russell Faudree, 3704 E. Denny Way. Salutatorian will be Suzanne McCarthy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William P. McCarthy of Metairic, La., and formerly of Seattle. She has been awarded a scholarship to Holy Names College in Spokane. And for one of the 46 seniors, graduation will mean a sad parting of ways. Margret Sehmutte, a German exchange student attending Immaculate during her senior year, will return to her home in Hamburg. She has yet to complete one more year of high school, according to the German system. he plans to attend the University of Hamburg and hopes to return to Seattle after her college education. Father Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CY0 director, will give the sermon at bac- calaureate ceremonies Friday, May 31, in the Church of the Immaculate. Ceremonies i ii CONGRATULATIONS 1963 GRADUATES NOW IS THE TIME TO STAR SAVING E]GULALY WITH AN INSURED ACCOUNT IN ASSOCIATION We Pay You To Save PIERCE COUNTY - FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN. ASSOCIATION 1007 PACIFIC AVE. 1. 3-2761 will begin at 8 p.m. and will be presided over by Father Edmond Long, pastor. A reception will follow in the parish auditorium. Other graduation events included a breakfast, honors assembly, prom and class day program. Located on Seattle's Cherry Hill, Immaculate is conducted by IHoly Names Sisters. Sister M. Barbara Clare, SNJM, is principal. Receiving at the ninth annual Seattle Catholic high school combined commence- ment diplomas from Immaculate will be: Toni Alvau. Mary Frances Barlow, Catherine Baunsff&rd, rrancelca 'RrdleT, Fn.nzel, BrandoliDl. Jayne Brennan. Marjorie Caasi. tosalinda Casto, Vera Cermk, Sada 0ole. Pamela Crawley. Linda Dtetz, Anne Dubbelar. Mary D1kes, Diane Faudree. P&gri Floro Cathleen Garrod. Susan Gray. Linda teminffway. Marilyn illa. Ilene Johnson, Mardra Jones, Allcia Xorkowski. Colleen rorum Yoyoe 7-evias, SuzO McCarthy. Gloria McLaughlin, Theresa Matsudaira. Kathleen O'Brien. T-orn Poras. Xathleen Randolph, Marilyn ]fgesch. Mary lice, Shirley lolstad. Agath Schehere, Margaret Schmutte. Bernadegte Schuchard. Sharon Spellacy. inda Stanley, Scsan Sugtur. Sylvia Tolles. Colleen Trenter. Theresa Valento Mary Jane Van Busklrk, Mary Jo atanabe. Xathleen Wills. i i.iJ CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATES and THEIR FAMILIES Renon's BUUIT SCHOOL in Lake City Tyke Riley, owner, member of St. Alphonsus parish, extends an invitation to all to visit our Beautiful Beauty School and inspect our facilities.  r  ............................. 12704 Ikhell Wy N,E,