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v.,q uay 2.4, KENNETH HUPF Three sets of twins are among ezttle Prep's 62nd graduating class 107 is record O NE HUNDRED and seven bys' including three sets f twins' make up Seattle Prep's fi2nd graduating senior class. The 107 is a record number. All, dressed in blue caps and gowns, will be among other seniors, receiving diplomas KEVIN PETERSON number for Seattle Prep TRAIN NOW PBX RECEPTIONIST PBX Workis impo Ida, t, g, and well paid ALWAYS IN DEMAND Individual instruction on PBX Boards MORNING, 00N OR EVENING NO AGE LIMIT PHONE OR WRITE TODAY SEATTLE SWITCHBOARD PBX- RECEPTIONIST SCHOOL MA. 4:0636 708 SOARD BLD BF_,AI.E 1 at the Seattle Catholic high school combined commencement ceremony Sunday, June 2, in the Seattle Center Arena. Prep's valedictorian will be Kenneth Hupf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hupf, 8355 Wolcott Ave. S. Salutatorian will be Kevin Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cart R. Peterson, 4849 llgth St. SE, in Bellevue. Baccalaureate ceremonies, in which scholastic and other school awards will be pre- sented: will be held this Friday at 8 p.m. in St. Joseph's Church. The Very Rev. Louis Sauvain, S J, rector, will preslae. Other graduation events have included the mother-son breakfast and the prom. The three sets of graduating twins are Earl and Emmett Lane, Patrick and Peter Webb and Peter and Patrick Carey. Seattle Preparatory School, the formal name for the private school for boys on Capi- tol Hill, is conducted bv Jesuit Fathers. Father Richard M. Seaver, S J, is principal. The senior class includes: Wlllem ATma. Joseph Antonieh. Douglas Bau,-,. T-aw-ence Blain, )patrick Bradley, QlllJam Brant lobert Brown. Gerall Buss. Pa'c'rlc Carey, Peter Carey, chael Cole. Josel)h Crollard, Timothy Davidso. )pelter Davis. James Dearey. Dennis' Demille, Leo deTurenne. Timothy -an. XnRh F,ans. Daniel )pagan. Jnel Perffuso. ;rmes Prsser. loger Prttz, JoseDh Gaff hey. :Peter Gflmour, )eLu Gough. Thoms Gln. Charles Guir. leil raean. Marn rahn. obert larer, oh ]ays. Xenr )eal, lchard lq(.ricsn. ,,Tames wrersen, enneth rupf, Bernard ]y4, obert Sand, Paul ](err. ichel ]erschbaum. John ](inek. Earl Lane. -mmett -ane. obert -eClercq. lph T-4nd. William 7-1ndberg, ,,homas -lmeel, )patrick cGovern, Yoseh celvev, -oren McYsu&lin. $Oe))h MoN&mee. lWaurice McNamee. Josenh Maffnano, Edward Markle. James MartLu, ]oyal rttn, Thomas ]r, Douglas endenhall. )amunas Mkelois. Saes Morris. Tee Moer. Thomas rurphy, 2ichel Murray, ichael Oard. Louis Oberndorf. Spencer O'Grsdy, Prank 0ho, Larry O'-eary, Yohn Penny, Andre Perron, Xevin )Peterson, Thomas Petchl, ]obert )polley, Patrick Pressentin, ames )purcell, :Yames ennr $ohn )obinsono Jams ]oselDni. Iobert ]ose)liui, Thomas yn. ohn )yder, William Sanders, Preder/ck Bcheetz, )obert Schmidt. ,Tames Sheahan, Charles Seeley, 3"ames Shepherd, Charles |S'kornpa, M/chael Spllisn, M/chagl tamnes, Steven Stickney, David Stockanl, James Stone, Gordon Studebaker, ymond Sylvester. Terrnce. Thomas, Anthony Todd. M/ohasl Torte, Peter ronqust, onald Trudea1 William Vogel. $ohn 'Wo,2"t, Gerald Walton, Dennis Ward, Patrick ebb, )Peter Webb, M/chael White. Judge John W. Croome (Retired) 11746 22nd N.E. EdVl 2-0508 Home Market 1904 N. 45th ME 241119 Frank Healy = Merrill-Lynch Pierce Fenner & rttith, Inc. :,  '::, (, 1325 4th Ave. MA 4-1122 e Inspector William J. Walsh Public Safety" Bldg. Don Sullivan 334 E. 110th E 3-5220 Electric Kitchens 705 E. Pine F 2-7917 _ Le Rou x Men's & Boys' 3220 W. McGraw AT 3-0i377