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and Wesley O. True, Winifred
AStedman and Philip Daykin, Ruth
Mary Steeb and Richard Young-!
blood.
(Continued from Page 21) Pat Steel and Ray Grassa, Ruth
Stein and Aaron -Sheldon, Lois
Smith and Dean Lind, Elizabeth Steinberg and Jerry Kremer, Jodie
Sneed and Robert B. Elliott, Ann Steinkamp and John McCarthy,
Snyder and Bob Bargerhuff. Ann Stephenson and John Groggs,
Jani Stephenson and Robert Bus-
DELORES SODERQUIST and by, Eva C. Stern and Paul Siegal,
William Brehm, Lois Solinger and Brook Stevens and Bob Eggen-
Alan Strauss, Janet Sonne and berger, Alicia Stevenson and Hen-
- H Rarvey Gordon, Mrs and Mrs. Rod- ry L. Soukup.
ney Sonnenberg, Katherine Soong a n a
and Arthur Young, Marjorie Soss MARY LOU STEVENS and
and Lowell Komie, Ann Sparks Laylin James, Betty Jane Stewart
and Edmund Tucker, Sue Sparks and Peter C. Kinyon, Harriet Stin-
and Lloyd Johnston. son and Frank Windes, Luella
Joan Spencer and Bernard Kis- Stinson and Thomas Joseph, Jo-
sel, Natalie Spicker and Stanford anna Stratton and Ralph Olsen,
M. Brown, Ruth Spillman and Lib Stratton and Jack H. Ander-
Chuck Van Deusen, Sally Spoutz son, Ruth Stuck and Dave Cook-
and Jim Belote, Caroline Starr and son, Doris Stoll and Zachary T.
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Chuck Weber, Sandra Stone and baa Trytten and Sam Deyo, Ann
Julian T. Linde, Nancy Storm and Tob n and David G. Hardy.
Igor Lobanov-Rostovsky. *
Barbara Strobel and Laurence JOYCE TOLESON Cnd Hugh F.
Haig, Cathryn Stubbs and William McCoy, Martha Tomkins and Ken-
Hornett, Bonnie Sturm and Ed- netn Sivier, Bette Tornquist and
mund M. Gibbon, Sharyne Stur- Alan Lobbey, Helen T:pakcean
geon and John Theodore Kaars- and RIlbert Ekman, Jane Titten
berg, Lois Suckow and Leonard and John H. Lunden, M irlere
White, Arlene Suoggo and Bud Turner and Neil Jedele.
Van De Wege, Ina Sussman and Shirley Umphrey and Donald
Charles Eisner, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Walker, Barbara Unger and Cor-
fred A. Sutton. dell Vasu, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Bette Swanson and George W. Vaas, jr., Dorothy Vader and Bruce
Irving, Shirley Swinson and Ray Vander Klipp, Carol Van Asselt
Ranta, Nancy Symmonds and and Allen Norris, Betty Van Du-
Glynn Barnett. san and Barton Hamilton Jo Van
Koken and Donald Schade. Marg
Van Meter and Bill Mathews, Alice
ALICE R. TAIT and Donald E. Varbed an and John Tipton, Ethel
Klein, Bernice Tauber and Philip I. Varga and Paul Robertsov.
Diamond, Cleo Taylor and Charls Margurite Vaugha snd Robert
Gor- ckE Janet Mae Taors and F. Allen, Susan Verhoven and Jo-
Robert E. Jones, Lillian Taylor and seph Sivo, Elaine Vierk and Len
Ben Weinger, Lynn Dean Ta lo Proctor, Millicent Vinitsky and
and H. Arden Pryce, Syvia Ann Sidney Samrick, Shirley Virta and
T'aylor and John Toner, Ruth Tej- isies Holland, June Volratn and
talbaum and Chase Arnold. Herbert Blauvelt, Nancy Voorhees
Katherine S. Tenney and John and Edward Laitner.
H. Hoyt Patti Ternes and John E.
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vid L. Ayers, Donna Th nas and McCormick, Bonnie Wagonlander
Wally Pearson, Nancy L. Thomas and Tom Watkins, Barbara Wag-
anid James A. Schaefer, Diare ner and William Hubbard, Joy
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anne Thompson and Bill Ammei- Wales and Oscar Koch, Arlene
har n. Walker and Sam Dreisback, Do-
Msry Ann Thompso i and John lores Walker and Louis Daniel,
M. Thompson, June Thomson and Mary Lee Walker and Ted Harris,
Dougias Fairchild, "ue Throck- Pat Walker and Larry Esckilsen,
nir.arn. and Jack Whitnan, Mir- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Walla.
iarr Timms and Bill Wolf. Mr. and Betty Ward and Harold Patter-
VMs. Fred Tinker, Jr, Ellen 74. son, Nancy Ward and Sandy Ro-
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Wasserman and Norman Armour;
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row, Nancy Watkins and Jim Har-,
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