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Quetsch, Oak Park, Ill.; Jean Fonts, Carmel, C
Gogle Dawaon, lay Village, 0., and M. Robbins, W
George Mrc r, Bay Village, 0.; Lois Forth, Man:
Marilee Damond, Detroit, and S. Logothetis, I
(Continued from Page 5) Charles P. Slaght, Detroit; Mary Firth, South Bent
Durbin, Wellsboro, Pa., and John ard Cottrell, Mt.
en K. Carr, Metamora O., Kentch, WJellsboro, Pa. Jan Parley, Bay
G 1 e a son A. Burdick, Jr., Ann Dobbie, Buffalo, N.Y., and Upjohn, Kalama
ngaville, 0.; Pat Chatfee, Tipp Arthur Rebel DerDerian, Detroit; Vivian Frazier
,., and Fred 0. Kalinka, Grace Dittman, Saginaw, and Karl F. Krauss, J
nette, Ill. William C. Pratt, Traverse City. Lee Flood, Cinc
r. and Mrs. John H. Davidsen, Mr. and Mrs. David E. Ed- George A. Nicolas
illac; Marjorie M. De Young, munds, Ann Arbor; Jean Ednie, nie Frank, Unioi
ad R a p i d s, and Roger Detroit, and Bevan A. Stevenson, Wayne Balling,
Walcott, Grand Rapids; Jo- Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Sally R. Goldst
e Fowler, Grand Rapids, and Eaton, Northville; Josephine Dyer, Burton David'
sell Duff, Grand Rapids; Ann Arbor, and Leslie D. Stair, Mr. and Mrs. Job
ia Davidson, Detroit, and Collingswood, N.J.; Elsie Evans, Ann Arbor; Bob
es A. Reynolds, Detroit; Con- Grand Rapids, and Watson Pierce, troit, and R.
ce De French, Muskegon, and Flint; Pauline Edwards, Berkley, Grosse Pointe; J
Marooch, Lansing; Marilyn and Irwin L. Taylor, Detroit. Arbor. and Tom
ies, Detroit, and Harry Lieber- Irma Eichhorn, Saginaw, and bor; Beatrice G
eanor Danckaert, Detroit, and Milton D. David, Genoa, 0.; Ruth and E. Newton
.D.i Ebel, Cleveland, 0., and Philippe troit.
i H. Dyle, Detroit; Joan Davi- Roulier, NeuillySurSeine, France; Annis Henry,
Detroit, and Marshall Wall- Ruth Ebel, Cleveland, 0., and Cal Graser, Tole(
Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Peter Gritis, Chicago; Ruth Eber- Mrs. Jordon H. C
K.. Donner, Three Oaks; hardt, Lenox, and Paul Harsha, bor; Mary Gord
Dorman, Detroit, and Hal L. Plymouth; Mary Eddy, Ionia, and Francis Widrig,
ght, Ferndale; June Dement' David Gover, Mt. Pleasant; Betty Gerber, Detroit,
sse Ile, and William Good- Eastman, Ann Arbor, and John Krause, Detroit;
gh, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Millicent Eama, T ror, genmueller, Mo
.tz, Ann Arbor, and David W Rokas, Traverse City. Cultigan, New N
sy, Detroit. Edna Earp, Chicago, and J. W. Goldstein, Detrt
ne Dement, Gross Ile, and Alexander, Delanan, Ill.; Peggy Richard Rollins,
ch W. Stoll, Detroit; Edna Ellingwood, Toledo, 0., and Byron Hater Ann Gc
)ean, Bemus Point, N.Y., and W. Lodwick, Indianapolis, Ind. Esrand C
mas Parnell, Ann Arbor; Betsy Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, Berk- Rapids, and Ch
cal, Grand Rapids, and. R. D. ley, Mich.; Kiki Frick, Detroit, Jackson Heights
hards, Detroit; Jeanne L. and Donald H. McAlonan, Detroit; Geiger, Ann Arb
ry, Detroit, and Charles S. Joan Ferguson, Detroit, and James awde Dvi;
er, Danville, Ind.; Betty Ann Tryand, Dearborn; Virginia E. aw, and David
yer, Bay City, and Bill Flas- Fairchild, Ann Arbor, and Henry naw; Mary Elle
p, White Plains, N.Y. K. Ihnken, Highland Park; Elsa and Thomas H.
riscilla Donnan, Waterville, H., E. Fisher, Grand Haven, and C. G. Pointe; Jane G
William A. Reed, Jr., Dear- Kramer, Ann Arbor; Rhea Feuer- 0., and Jack E
a; Jean Davison, Medford, man, Detroit, and Samuel Havis, Rapids. Lois Gc
and William C. Gordon, Detroit.
lis, N.Y.; Arline Davis, Toledo, Charlotte Fuller, Hart, and
md John H. Redfield, Detroit; Stanley Riley, Mears; Rosemary
i B. Davis, Erie, Pa., and Don- Ann Frehse, Ferndale, and James
R. Steibel, Grand Rapids; E. Nichols, Detroit; Adeline Fish-
and Mrs. John E. Dougherty, ler, Flint, and Alvin Steinman,
Chicago; Terry Dodek, Wash- Pontiac; Anne Crete Fuller, To-
on, D.C., and George Gordon, ledo, O., and Alan C. Boyd, In-
oit; Mr. and Mrs. Die. L. Dor- dianapolis, Ind.; Nita Blumenfeld,
Arlington, o. Cleveland Heights, 0., and Irving
r. and Mrs. O. S. DeLancey, Kalin, Bronx, N.Y.
Ottawa, Ill.; Frances Dineen, Grace Forster, Berwyn, Ill., and
er Forest, Ill., and Richard M. Louis E. Telbizoff, Monroe; Renee

Warren Va., and BruceS. Brown, Saginaw; Providence, R.I.; Rosie Goodman,
Mass.; Paula Goldstein, Derby, Conn., East Chicago, Ind., and IDank
d Peter and Martin Eisenstat, Detroit; Keiser, New York City; Claire
Corrine Betty Ann Goldstone, Connel-- Grossman, Detroit, and Stanley
id How- ville, Pa., and Frank H. Polosk. H. Perlmetter, Oiaha, Nebr.
t, Iowa; Saginaw; Phyllis Gibson, Delton Nancy Gillette, Toledo, O., and
id John and Edward T. A. Couohltn It. Dnlph Jaegcr. Toledo, 0.; Mr. and
Richland; Jean Grie, MHs. M. E. German, Lorain, 0.;
it, and and Hap Eaton, New York Ci Mararet Cardoer, Detroit, and
sg; Jean Gloria J. Gray, Gnd Ro ltslpt E. Einz, Detroit.
4., and and Lt. C. J. Donnely, A n, Marjorie Jean Cooper, Bad Axe,
n; Con- Md.; Patricia Gillen, U Io i., an d Jcsry Ilerrington, Bad Axe;
?a., and Jerry R. Lucas, Grand . Clayton L. Henderson and Mrs.
in, Pa. Suzanne L. Gordont. sect, Hlndecson,Fruitpoit, Mich.; How-
sgo, and N.Y., and R. M. Goc , ee NAMLS, Page 9
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