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eney commencement set Cheney High School receive diplomas on during commencement ies, starting at 8 p.m. at Washington Univer- ilion. will begin with the the traditional "Pomp by the High under the direction Bishop Rey L. the Church of Jesus Latter Day Saints then the Invocation. President Cynthia ll conduct the flag sal- be followed by the by Senior Mindy Sterner. :the Memories" in his speech will be Richard Matheson, who was selected by classmates to speak. Following a vocal solo by senior Todd Raver, accompanied by senior Soo Shin, Honor Society Chapter President Kristin Grant will speak "On Making Ripples in the Ocean of Life". High School Principal Robert A. Kuehl then will present the class to Dr. Robert A. Morgen- stern, president of the Cheney School Board. Assisting Morgen- stern with the presentation of diplomas will be Mrs. Milli Thompson. Early in the morning on the day of their graduation, the seniors will attend the Senior Breakfast at the Ridpath Hotel in Spokane. The commencement practice will follow at 10:30 a.m. at the Pavil- ion. Today, following their first commencement practice from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the high school gym, the seniors will attend a barbecue at Manito Park in Spokane from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Baccalaureate was held June 1. Lakeland Village Chaplain Jim Grant provided the Invocation; Rev. John J. Tobin of the Marsh- all Community Church provided the address; and Pastor Ralph G. Bates of the First Baptist Church of Airway Heights provided the Benediction. ical Lake to graduate 137 from yesterday, live and dream of tommor- the class motto of 137 school senior, Friday evening at 8 'new gym. President Sam will deliver the class include s and a saludi- speakers are Bill ld Vicki Van Kukuk will be the rian. 'indborne Senior Choir for the commence- ment at which school board mem- ber Walt Radmer will present diplomas. Counselors Don Kyle and Linda Flaherty will distri- bute scholarships and parents awards. District Superintendent Clay- ton Dunn will present the grad- uating class and Principal Russ Brown will present special stu- dent awards. The class, whose color is gold and class flower is the gladiola, will be hosted by junior class escorts William Bloom, Joe Emberlin. Laura Flowers and Brenda Reitmeier. Ushers at the ceremony from the junior class are David Jor- genson, Kathy Acker, Jack Zap- pone and Sally McDowell. Prior to commencement, the senior baccalaureate service was held on May 23. Invocation and benediction was administered by Father Adam Szufel. Pastor Max Geisdorf led the pastoral prayer and Pastor Wayne Olsen deliver- ed the baccalaureate message. At Friday's ceremony, Pastor Dave Oliver will speak to the students. ML CHS Grads June 3, 1982 Supplement to Cheney Free Press __._J The Senior Class of Cheney High School was led by five female officers this year. Around the table from left are: Treasurer Brenda Haneen, Social Chairperson Sheila Dolan, President Mindy Stemer, Vice President Soo Shin and Secretary Jennifer Brash. Molly Warren ML speakers Because of a three-way tie In grade point averages, three valedictorians and saluditor. lan will speak at tomorrow's commencement exercises in the new gym at Medical Lake High School. Valedictorian students from top left are Mia Potter and Vickl Van Metre with Bill Berger seated below. Saluditorlan Karen Kukuk, top right, will also speak. John Welch Bret Wengeler Jacqueline Wheeler Wiley Pamela Williams Rodney Woodward Debbie worth Roberto Zamora John Zaremba