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Monday, February 9, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DA LY Page Eleven, Section Two
Lindberg, Charles Stark and Joan Jerry Valentine and Donna Shaw, Fran Fortain, Howard Willins and
Chiravola, Bob Steiner and Ann Malin Van Antwerp and Claire Susan Popkin, Bruce Wilmarth
. Batchelder, Sheldon Stearns and Trigger, John Vandenburg and and Pat Texter, Bill Wilson and
Carole Michels, Mr..and Mrs. Don- Theo John, J. P. Vandenburg and Becky Ninness, James Wilson and
(Continued from Page , section. 2) ald Stearns, Jack Stevens and Kay Garder, Don Van Eenan and Joan Hoover, Richard Wilson and
- Colleen Morgan, James Stewart r Maxine James, Joseph Varady and Audrey McIntyre, Robert Wilson
Liu Silver and Ellen Sherman, and Pat Kendrick, Jim Stewart Daisy Sparkman, Gerald Van and Betty Cross, Bob Wilwerth
Don Silverberg and Nancy Cohen, and Joe Galbraith, Bill Stemwell Raalte and Mary Walda, Moe Ved- and Sandy Fiebich Chuck Wise
Leanard Simon and Elaine Roth- and Tam Sinelnik, David Stevens der and Nancy Schaffner, Joe Ven- and Wanda Paulus, Mr. and Mrs.
san, Parnell Simon and Jean and Marjan Moats, Dave Stipe neri and Barbara Squires, Mr. and Gerard Wisniewski, Carl Withers
Swager, Walter Siporin and Anne and Judy Mead, Oliver Strand and Mrs. Glen L. Vinton. and Jenny Withers.
aprathe. Constance Cook, William Stroh
Joe Sinsheimer and Margaret and Judy Menzies. B W O a r CK WOLF and Nancy Cor-
Fielden, Malcolm Shatz and Jes- Ji Str AY WAGGONER and Shirley Dick Wlf and yertie Born-
a Tanner, Gary Skidmore and p m Srihrad MlrdShoop, Bill Wait and ElizabethwnDkWlfndBtiBrn
iaTaner, Gary Skidmore and Paavo, T. J. Stone and Norma Lee Evans, Gordon Waldron and stein, Bruce Wolfe and Betty
Ma rgaret Smith, Thomas Skrent- McCarus, Richard Strobey and Janne Celey Wilfred Waldron Bimrichter, John Wolfe and Nor-
nd Anngartch Ror LSy Carolyn Weaver, Dick Stoll and and Peg Schaible, Fred Walker reen Helliwell, Michael Wolff and
,a"i Margaret uShephard, Louis June Rodriguez, Bob Strain and and Terry Bruckner, Fred Walker Helene Simon, Pete Wolzast and
Sdavi. and. Paa Goldberg, M. Emily Baker, Valda Studor and and Priscilla Bickford, Mickey Sally Hubbard, Al Wolin and
ad Mrs. D. 0. Smart, Dave Smer- Adeyemo Adeleke, David Struth- Walker and Carol Frankenteen, Elaine Brant, Deil Wright and
gckr and DoloresKaln, Ted ers and Shirley Marsh, Clark Stu- George Wallace and Barbara Patricia Jaffke, Ron Wright and
Smeckert and Haney Wilcox, Al art and Beverly Jones, Martin Bauer, James C. Ward and Phyl. Evelyn Maki, Ron West and Mar-
Srith and JoAnn Jamison, Clair Storey and Harriet Stinson, Bud lis Kopko, George Warner and lies Douglas, By West and Laura
Smith and Bobbi Glaser, Don Stront and Virginia Gillespie, Bill Ann Hess, Stuart Waters and Hoffman, Art Wisehart and Eliza-
Smith and Janet Hedges, John Sutton and Ruth Hannum, Larry Marilyn Stephen, Rod Watson and beth Dodson, Dick Wall and Alice
Jerty ah Mar Gace Miller, Sweet and Jean Carson, George Barb Conroy, Bob Weatherill and Wiseman, Tom Weyand and Carol
Jerry Strauch and Margie Spind- Stoner and Ellen Kavanaugh. Gloria auchle, Bob Weaver and Watte, Pierre Welch and Julie
>, Smith and Charnie Butman. Beverly Hamby, Robert Weigand Bowles, Eric Wild and Mary
KEN TAYLOR and Marcia UNPERTURBED - Portly, sun- and Dolores Lazar, Stan Wein- Brown, David Williamson and
LDAVE SMITH and Dina Nied, Lorch, James Tetreault and Vir- ny Rosalie Adipose tore six berger and Joan Hutzler, Bob Karwyn Thomas.
,v rm Smith and Claudia Moore, ginia Quiatt, Bob Thomas and Jo stanchions and a debutante Weisberger and Joyce Cooper, Da- Murray Yolles and Ruth Don-
'itom Smith and Cynthia Potter, Reeve, Robert Thomas and Kathy from their underpinnings when vid Weisman and Janet Pincus, ner, Crawford Young and Phyllis
Jlim Snediker and Marian Riggs, Allen, Charles Thompson and she dropped in at the I-M Build- Stuart Weiss and Louise Willetts. Kaufman, Donald Young and
Cjil Snyders and Nancy Olmstead, Mrs. Thompson, William Thomp- ing Friday; but several items Eloise Sarraf, Phil Young and
John Snyder and Shirley Cote, son and Darrol Seeley, Adoulphus blocked Miss Adipose's vision, Joan Smallidge, Larry youse and
r. and Mrs. Charles L. Smith, Thompson and Portia Nolland, she couldn't see her shadow Hugh Wenk and Sue Fricker, Rus- Shirle Hoch
Howard Sokol and Jackie Harris, Robert Thorne and Jane Knob- and she went home. sell Wepfer and Sally Habermann, i H
Herbert Solomon and Shari Colan, lauch, Bruce Thornton and Susan °___ Reginald Werner and Betty Ros- John Zafarana and Stella Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Sorensen, Donnelly, Harry Timmins and fenfeld, David West and Pat Nea- William Zakariasen and Betty
John Somers and Janet Ford, Joyce Bailey, Tom Tinker and Dell, Bill Truncek and Janet Furst, thammer, Charles Wheeler and Rice, Ralph Zeiss and Libby Grif-
ichard Spademan and Mary El- Anne Purdy, Ray Tittle and Geor- Jim Turner and Mary Lou Schon- Ann Archer, Russ White and Anne fin, Jerry Zieman and Peggy
r Budd, Norman Sdarks and gia Hertzman, Eugene Tomlinson hard, Carl Ulbrich and Betsy San- Hoover, Tom Wilkerson and Mar- Sterns, Harold Zigmanth and
Rita Gedrovcs, Herb Spence and and Dorothy Guzak, A. Kenneth ders, Bill Underhill and Joy Van ilyn Martin, Roger Wilkins and Dorothy Baker, Sid Zilber and
n(ary Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tootell and Mrs. Tootell, Ted To-.. Hise, Dana Underwood and Don- Eve Tyler, Curtis Willer and Glor- Harriet Miller, Dale Zimmerman
Speronis, Bob Speybroeck and por and Jerry Tresnowski, Edward na Speerman. is Mason, Calvin Williams and and Marian Zimmerman, Charles
Jane Germany, Al Sparapani and J. Toton and Harriet Russell, Art Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaclovik, Martha Sanders, Lee Williams and Zimont and Joey Cox.
J ?yce Deschynck, Jim Sonnega Townsend and Joyce Rice, Bill , -_ _
and Errol Jean Sharon, Hogyt Spi- Townsend and Dolores Porter.
cers and Alverne Wood. John Tousley and Barbara Ri-
'Sheridan .Springer and Sallie dalI, Thomas Treeger and Juliet
Wilson, E. Ray Stanhope and Ann Wilson, George Trubow and Mar-
Hunter, Dave Stahl and Carol vis Ehman, George True and Pat l C oupon .
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