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February 09, 1953 - Image 14

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Page Two, Section Two
(Continued from Page 1)
Knape, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Barker,
Sherwood Barman and Lee Hare-
lik, Robert Barnes and Barbara
Hubbard, Charles Barnhart and
Mary Vanker, Stuart Baruck and
Lydia Penrod.
BOB BARRETT and Maryj
Lowen, Ralph J. Barron and Mar-
ilyn Ridley, Bill Bates and Ann
Furstenaw, Russel Baum and Hel-
en Ballard, W. S. Bauman and
Shirlee Madden, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Baunow, Bill Baur and
Joyce Thomas, Jim Beauder and
Beatrice Meyer, Jack Beck and
Darleen Rhodus, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Beebe, James Beers and
Evelyn Pifko, Richard Begole and
Ellen Snader, Sidney Belanoff and
Portia Weinsoff, Arlen Bell and
Shirley Hoeft.
Michael Bellows and Marge
Northwood, Dick Benwman and
Kay Hoffman, Neil Berstein and
Roselind Cantor, Bill Berlin and
Raggiet Greenberger, Bob Ber-
man and Pat Rosenberg, Dick Ber-
toia and Pat Bland, Mr. and Mrs.
George Beshore, Chuck Betts and
Janet Davies, Jame~ Bibeu and
Betty Jean Todd, William Billings
and Francis Powers, Howard Bin-
kow and Nancy .Stern, Duance
Binzel and Jean Watterworth,
Ted Birckhead and Nancy Briggs,
John Black and Judy Bettison,
Bud Blackney and Geraldine La
Tendresse.
Mort Blum and Anita Kasel,
Stanley Blumstein and Gloria
Rosenkrantz, Jim Boatwright
and Jerry Warden, Bruno
Boelster and Marilyn Pefferly,
Norm Bohrer and Henrietta Her-
melin, Al Bonnell and Vera Brew-
us, Gerald Bonnett and Althea
Bonnett, Clarence Borns and Bar-
bara Gilbert, Norm Borgerson and
Beverly Jewell, Fred Bowdle and
Sally Bailey, Frank Bracy and
Ann Schaefer, John Bradfield Jr.
and Eleanor F. Peer, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Bradley, Hanock Braf-
man and Ruth Strauss, Dick
Brainer and Sally McBride.

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Jessup, ;Dick Campau and Sally
Lamadie, Ray Cantrell and Dona
Noor, Norm Canty and Sandy
Whittington, James Cape and
Jackie Ross, Chet Caprathe and
Phyllis Plappert, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Carlson, Pierie Carmona
and Evelyn Meckel, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Carneiro, William Caro
and Judith Cohen, Jack Carpen-
ter and Marilyn Brecklaw, Connie
Carrington and Carol Hodge.
Hugh Curtie and Kathy Kineski,
Robert Carter and Jane Carson,
John Castell and Jane Jewett,
Mr. and Mrs. Hohg Fai Chang,
Ray Champion and Shirley Ram-
quist, Charles Chapman and Fern
Barbara Law, Bill Chapman and
Christina Janes, Al Chennault
and Verne Rutherford, Gene
Christian and Margaret McCord,
Jim Christiansen and Barrie Pah-
erson, Russ Christopher and June
Wooliver.
Rod Chubb and Maggie Burns,
W. Lawrence Clapp and Lisa Hun-
ter, Ralph Clay and Sue Kendall,
Dick Clements and Jane Gaz,
William Cloon and Janet Michael-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cluck,
Donn Codington and Mary Fitz-
gerald, John Codwell and Shirley
Chennault, Chuck Cole and Shar-
on Chynoweth.
MR. AND MRS. William Cfon-
stock, Phil Comerford and Di-
ana Lange, Jerry Conley and
Carol Carrigan, Ken Connelly and
Barbara Kendall, Doug Cook and
Patricia Morrison, Syd Cook and
Judy Richardson, Andrew Cooley
(Continued on Page 3, Section 2)

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