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PROVIDENCE ACADEMY, Van- couver. A private school for girls con- ducted by Sisters of Charity of Providence. Sister Alexis FCSP, principal. 30 seniors in the 109th graduat- ing class. Baccalaureate Mass, Sunday, May 23. St. James Ohurch. Father Walter Mortek, pastor of St. Mat- tbews's Parish in Seattle, bacca- ]aurea{e speaker. Commencement ceremony, 2 p.m. Sunda'. May 30. school tt1Ior- ium. The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill VG, Auxiliaw Bishop of Seattle. presiding. Father $oseph Neuville, "orincipal of Central Catholic High in Portland, com- mencement speaker. PROG PROVIDENCE ACADEMY Janice Bonneau, Mary Boyle, Jeanette Burck- hard, Janet Curtin, Linda Gese, Lucille Herd- ener, Kathleen Hudert, Barbara Jamtgaard, Patrice Keller, Shirley Klein. Laura Lacy, Mary Lee, Cheryle Lingo, Clar- ice Mattes, Helen McCann, Marlene McPher- son, Francine Mortek, Carol Newman, Barbara Parmantier, Linda Reynolds. Mary Shinnick, patricia Smith, Sherri Sor- ger, Judy Stone, Connie Swafford, Judith Sweet. Jewel Thompson, Ann Vavra, Kathleen West, Cynthia White. Providence $oq' ,4oOV I 14 F _ Catholic Northwest Progress Friday, May 28, 1965 China  Silver and Glassware Bar Supplies Furniture and Fixhwes Insfitul]onal Food Items Complete Kitchen Equipment 1204 R..R. 734-6603 Bellingham WESTERN BOAT BLI)6. OORP. 2565 E. llth BR 2-3231 TACOMA llAVARIAN RESTAURANT "Old Country C ,rman Charm Phone MA 7-S010 Sauer Braten-Wiener Schnitzel Apple Strudel- Kaeskuchen (cheese cake)-Imported German Wines & Beers Our Specialty: Wild Boar & Venison, imported ,from Germany Open 'til 12 o'clock Every Day Souvenir Shop & Delicatessen 204 North K Tacoma 1925 MAIN STREET VANCOUVER. WASHINGTON Air Conditioned LONGACRES CArE Renton's Restaurant for Chinese and .Aamerican Food Open Every Day of the Year AL 5-9078 907z/z Third Ave., R MEOHANiCAL CONTRACTORS Capflal Plumbing & l140000g Co. isle. 357.7709 Olympia 424 S. Jefferson ! Mary Elinor Boyle waledierian daughter of Mr. John Boyle 4615 Daniels St.. Bes Wishes To Our 1965 Graduates Foreman & Clark Ame,-i's Greatest Names in Apparel for Men, Women, Boys 10315 Gravegy Lake Dr. S.W. JU. 8-5219 TACOMA Tile National Bank of Commerce 801 Main Vancouver, Wash. Westside Lanes 32 Lanes AMF Pinspotters Banquet Rooms Air Conditioned Pro Shop and Resfauranf Located Westside Shopping Center, Olympia ! and Mrs. Vancouver Helen Nk-Cann salutatorian daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCann 108 W. 37th St., Vancouver Rotter's Automotive Sales & Service, Inc. 620 Plum Street, Olympia, Wash. Jim Rotter 943-4561 Kentucky Fried Chicken Dinners Submarines -- Giant Hamburgers -- Shakes THOMAS N. TtDMARSH, JR. 2500 Cornwall Ave. Bus.--733-0616 Bellingham, Wash. Home--966-3766 Seattle-First National Bank More than 100 banking offices offer you COMPLETE banking services . . . locally and statewide. "FOR INFORMATION CALL" s SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK Clark County Branch, 1103 Main OX 3-5891 Vancouver Branch, 714 Main VANCOUVER 695.1341 Hamilton-Nylan's Funeral Home Purple Cross "Lady Phn 694 - 25 3 7 ARendant" Owners Paul L. Mylan 302 W. llth Kenneth R. Andrews Vanoouvcr0 Mcglothli,n Shoe Store For Women... NaturaUzers, Penal]o, ]oTces 414 S. WASHINGTON OLYMPUk 357-7292 "Ooooh, So Good'" COMFORTS DO-NUTS Sandwiches, Malts. "SPECIAL PRICE FOR PARTIES" 304 Wells St., Rentoa AL 5-7243