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Monday, February 7,r 1949

-TK E M k C R G AN D A ILY

PFage Fifteen

Monday, February 7, 1949 ~TKE M~CI4IGAt4 DAILY P,-rrTp Fifta~sra

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NAMES. .. a
(Continued from. Page 14)
son, Det.; Doris Massey, Wichita,
Kas., and red Buckner, Buffalo, N.
T.; Dolores Matbeny and Don
Cotuden; Nat alie Mattson. Bess-
s emer, and Creighton Lederer,
-Brooklyn, N.Y.
BARBAR.A MAUL, Det.. and
Derald Katterman. Det.: Sally'
McBride, Grosse Pointe. and Jerry
Thiede, Grosse Pointe; Anne Mc-
Call, Grand Rapids. and Carl
Forslund, Grand Rapids; Mar-
gret McCall. Ann Arbor. and Law-
rence Fanberg. Ann Arbor; Mr.
and Mrs. Merrill McClathey, Pon-
tiac; Shirley McClehan, Hastings,
and Raymond Kenyon, Hastings;
Mary MacTaggart and Jack
Campbell; Pat McCongan, Sag-
inaw; and Bob Hammerschmidt,
Saginaw.
Mary Jo McCormick and Norm
Goeckel; Deane McCracken, Camn-
eron, W. Va., and L. J. Calabres,
Philadelphia, Penn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Donald McCready, Ann Arbor;
Ginny McGinity, Det., and Jim
Me achern, Det.; Marilyn McLar-
en and Carl Kaltwasser; Margaret
McLaughlin, Coldwater, and Frank
Murphy, Coldwater; Marianne
McLelland, Det., and Lynn Bar-
ber, Royal Oak,
Agnes McPhail, Muskegon, and
Mike Louis, Jamestown, N.Y.;
Marie McPhail, Holly, and Reed
Parker, South Haven; Kathleen
McPhillips, Det., and Philip Los-
cinski, Det.; Mary Lou McWebb,;
Hastings, and William Stebbins,

Michigan City, Ind., and Harold Blanc; Betsy Moore, Grand -Rap-
Walsh, Evanston, Ill. ids, and Dan Turkham, Grand
* * Rapids; Louise Moore, Canton,
a . , INEZ MILLER and Thomas 0, and Herb Lorenz, Det.; Maxine
Hoyer; Ine .iller, Clarkston, and Moore and LeRoy Scott; Molly
Jack Lesdbetter, Det.; Joyce Moore, Morenci, and Frank Nye,
Miller. Det, and Erik Hansen, Ann Hudson; Betty Morrin, Det., and,
Arbor; Lots Miller, Maplewood, N. Erwin Walk, Det.; Marilyn Moran.
J., and High Benedict, Flint; Lu- and Richard Arthur.
cille Miller. Det., and Don Ben- Martha More and Paul Morgan;
ham, Det.: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peggey More and Louis Fourie;
Miller. Claire Marey, Charlotte, and Rich-
Shirley Miller and Robert Uvick; ard Beechler. Charlotte; Noryne
Sheila Millman, Det., and Arthur Morgan, Toledo, 0., and Roy Lock-
Friedman, New York, N.Y.: Vera wood, Toledo, O.; Trudy Morgan,
Miskow, Petersburg, and Robert Det., and Donald Morgan, Det.;
Lugar, Willoughby, 0.: Edith Zona. Mork, Trenton, and Manny
Mitchell, Det., and Walter Debler, Silkiss, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mary Ann
Det.; Marilyn Mittler, Dayton, G., Morris, Saginaw, and Arthur
and Donald Ennis. Cleveland, 0.; Doersam, Saginaw; Suzanne Mos-
Kokie Mock and Don Davies. ser, Fort Worth, Texas, and Harry
Patricia.' ohilock, Chelsea, and Porter, Fort Worth, Texas.
Donald Baldwin, Chelsea; Barbara
Molyneaux, Grosse Pointe, and MARTHA JANE MUDGETT,
John Ryder, Toledo, 0.; Elizabeth Adrian, and Charles Wittliff, Port
Moncieff, Det., and John Flynn, Huron; Mr. and Mrs. David Muel-
Cleveland, 0.; Del Moniuszko and ler, Det.; Hariett Mulane, Greens-
Ken Scarie; Betty Montrose, Det., burg, Pa., and George Shenk,
and Kenton Bentley, Det. Flushing. N.Y.; Ellen Mulvihill

Hastings; Barbara Meecham,
Grosse Pointe. and William
Meecham, Grosse Pointe.
CAROL MEISE, Hay City, and
Dick Trim, Milan; Nancy Merriam,
Flint, and Philip Timyan, Flint;
Mary Messinger, Three Rivers,
and Robert Pitts, Centerville;
Norma Metler, and Bill Young;
Dorothy Meyer, Grose Pointe, and
Jacques Duchamp, Ann Arbor.
Helene Meyer, Grosse Pointe,
and Tom Redmond, Grosse Pointe;
Pamela Meyer and Jack Roseman;
Renee Meyerson, Hollis, L.L, N.Y.,

and R bert Templin; Trudi Munch
SSmith Y V ON N E OONE Y, Grand and Jack Seeber; Barbara Munn,
Blanc. and Robrt Wismer, Grand (Continued on Page 16)
and Elliot Cooper, Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Mr. and Mrs. John Michael, Det.;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michat'l,
Det.; Florence Michaloski, Grand
Rapids, and Robert Host, Grand
Rapids.
Edna Mihelic, Riverdale, N.Y.,
and Norman Ladd Pellard, Lan-
sing; Beth Mikesell. Washington,
and Larry Pound, Det.; Joanne
Miles, Saginaw, and Robert Mc-
Leod, Saginaw; Adelaide Miller,
Det., and Donald Basel, Det.;
Carol Ann Miller, Det., and Ned
.Stirton, Det.; Elizabeth. Miller,

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