1948 J-HOP PATRONS:
Governor Kim Sigler Hea
Govesnor and Mrs. Kim Sigler mons, Assistant Dean and Mrs.
and President and Mrs. Alexander Charles H. Peake, Assistant Dean
G. Ruth-en head the list of pa- Elsie R. Fuller, Registrar and Mrs.
trons and guests for the 1947 Ira M. Smith and Miss Ethel A.
Included in the list are Provost Additional patrons are Prof. and
and Mrs. James P. Adams, Vice- Mrs. William Haber, Prof. and
president and Mrs. Robert P. Mrs. Theodore M. Newcomb, As-
Briggs, Vice-president and Mrs. sociate Prof. and Mrs. John H.
Marvin L. Niehuss, Secretary and Muyskens, Assistant Prof. and
Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins, Regent Mrs. Richard C. Boys, Assistant
rnd Mrs. Roscoe O. Bonisteel, Re- Prof. and Mrs. Donald B. Gooch,
tent Vera E. Baits and Mr. S. G. Assistant Prof. and Mrs. Claude
Eaits, Regen and Mrs. Alfred B. Eggertsen, Assistant Prof. Edwin
Cssable, Regent and Mrs. Otto A. Nielsen;
E. Eckert, Regent and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Brown,
A. Hayward. Regent and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Hollen-
Jorh Herbsrt, Regent Charles S. beck, Mr. and Mrs. Dean M.
Kiennedy,.E rent and Mrs. Harry Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Donald J.
G. Ktipke, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Bogue, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden K.
Elliott, Dean and Mrs. Russell W. Carruth, Mr. Glen Kolb, Mr. and
Bunting and Dean Joseph A. Burs- Mrs. Harold M. Levinson, Mr. and
ley. Mrs. George E. Luther, Mrs. Mary
The list continues with Dean McCarthy;
alid Mrs. Ivan C. Crawford, Dean Dr. and Mrs. James H. Meisel,
and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana, Dean Mr. ad Mrs. Peter A. Ostafin, Mr.
and Mrs. James B. Edmonson, and Mrs. Philip I. Sperling, Mr.
Dean and Mrs. Albert C. Fursten- Francisco Villegas, Mr. and Mrs.
berg, Dean and Mrs. Hayward I. J. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Keniston, Dean and Mrs. Earl V. Federman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Moore, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Goldman, Dr. and Mrs. N. H. Hy-
end Mrs. Ralph A. Sawyer, Dean man, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Lander
and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason, Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magee.
and Mrs. Russell A. Stevenson, Others are Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Dean and Mrs. Henry F. Vaughan; J. Moscowitz, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Assoiate Dean and Mrs. Erich Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. Otis W.
A. Walter, Assistant Dean and Schorling, Mr. and Mrs. Cedomir
Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Assistant M. Sliepsevich, Mr. and Mrs.
Dean Mary C. Bromage and Prof. Thomas Wattles, Mr. and Mrs: Jay
Arthur W. Bromage, Assistant G. Huntington, Mr. and Mrs.
Dean and Mrs. Walter J. Em- Robert P. Ufer, Mr. and Mrs.
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