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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: The Man Who Came To Dinner, October 16, 1991

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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16
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October
Year
1991
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JJD Ann Ar bor Civic Theatre The We at NBD are proud to play a small part in today's performance. W) Theright bankcan make a difference. LOOK AT WHATS GOING ON AT AACT Schedule of WCC·AACT Classes Costumes for the Stage Instructor: Kate Baker 4 Saturdays, Oct 26-Nov. 16, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Voice Characterizations Instructor: Ann Klautsch 2 Saturdays, J an. 18 & 25, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Theatrical Lighting Design Instructor: Mary Cole 4 Saturdays, Feb. 15, 22, 29 and Mar. 7, 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. lnprovlsattonal Acting Instructor: Teddy Ostrow 6 Mondays, Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and Apr. 6, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. AACT Classes Beginning Acting Instructor: Cassie Mann 4 Mondays, Nov. 4 , 11, 18 , and 25, 7:30 p.m. to 9{)() p.m. Advanced Acting Instructor: Teddy Ostrow 6 Thursdays, Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2, 9, 7:30p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Other Reader's Theatre Leaders: Various AACf personal- Mon- Sat 9-9 Sun 11·6 ities. Every Sunday, 7-9 p.m. All classes held at Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, 1035 S. Main Street and are open to the public. Call 662-9405 or stop by for more information. THERE'S SOMETHING HERE FOR YOU! Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Presents... By Moss Hart The Man Who Came To Dinner and George S. Kaufman Directed by Charles Sutherland Originally produced by Sam H. Harris at the Music Box Theatre in New York City October 16-19, 1991 at 8:00p.m. Saturday Matinee at 2:00p.m. at the Michigan Theater THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER is produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. The Management forbids smoking in any part of the Michigan Theater The use of photographic or audio equipment is prohibited. Director's Notes "These sing and these dance to make us merry while we work:' -The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes DuBose Heyward (Houghton Mifflin) What makes us tolerate the vagaries of the giltterati of the world? What makes us follaw their exploits in the supermarket tabloids with such enthusiasm? Their star quality makes them stand apart. VVe watch these stars with devotion. We appreciate the beauty and joy they bring to our lives. In the radio days, people fell in love with voices, and thrilled to the laughter and new events brought into our homes. Our play is full of the names of the great figures of the mid-century. Have fun guessing the identity of the guest stars. We celebrate trivia as the centerpiece of our play! -Charles Sutherland The Cast The Staff Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley .................... Wendy Wright . Charles Sutherland Director .judy Ripple Assistant Director. Producers ............ The Schwartzes Stage Manager .... Yehudit Newman Assistant to Stage Manager .................. Vivian louie Set Designer/Set Dresser ........... Bradford Roberts Set Builder . Wayne Burkhardt lighting Designer . . . ..... David C. Bloom Associate lighting Designer ...... jill Ripple Properties .......................... Betty l. Wamback Costume Designer . . .... Kate Baker Sound Designer .. Robert G. Carbeck Make-Up Designer. . ........ Rosemarie Rothe Choir Director. . Cherry Westerman Miss Preen ........ Connie Scott Richard Stanley Fred Bock june Stanley. . ... Michelle Trame John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Harbison Sarah ............................ Margie Cohen Mrs. Dexter ...... Linda Rein Mrs. McCutcheon . Kathryn Clark Mr. Stanley Maggie Cutler . Dr. Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . Sheridan Whiteside . ............. jerry Klein . . Laurie Greig Atwood . Ted Hefley . Beverley J. Pooley Harriet Stanley . . .................... Cheryl McDonald Bert Jefferson .... William Jarratt Professor Metz . . . Tom Underwood The Luncheon Guests. . ... Bob Carr, Ed Lesher, Erik Olsen Mr. Baker . . .. Bill Teppo Expressman .... Jeff Zupan lorraine Sheldon .......... Sharon Sussman Sandy. . ....... E.j. Holowicki Beverly Carlton. . ........... Jimmy Dee Arnold Westcott . . .... Tom lay her Radio Technicians .................. Bob Carr, Erik Olsen Choir . Christy Bledsoe, Delia Castaneda, laura Esclamado, Esther Han, Katherine Root, Sarah Traxler, Shannon Wilcox Banjo . . ............. Rich Roselle T'#O Deputies Bob Carr, Ed Lesher A Plainclothes Man Bill Teppo Scene Synopsis SCENE: The home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, in a small town in Ohio. Act I Scene 1: A December morning. Scene 2: About a week later. Act II. Another week has passed. Christmas Eve. Act Ill. Christmas Morning. Much More Than The Best BLUES 24 Hours A Day- 7 Days A Week B r oadcasting f r o m Eastern Michigan University Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Inc. Board of Directors Conrad Mason Ann VanDemark Lee Burkhardt Wendy Wright judy Dow Alexander David Harbison Robert Seeman Chris korow Fred Beutler Carol Deniston President President-Elect Vice President, Vice President, Vice President, Vice President, Administration Artistic Coordination Development Marketing Vice President, Production Secretary Ruth Hahn Treasurer Anne Kolaczkowski Magee Peter Niedbala Simon Ha joni Muskovitz Sandy Young Jeff Zupan Honorary Advisory Committee Judge & Mrs. 5. J. Elden Robert Alexander Constance Baron Virginia Eveland Don Faber Sally Fleming Kathleen M. Fojtik Dan Fusfeld Patricia Garcia Wagar Glas Claribel Baird Halstead Mary and John Hathaway Fred Hindley Robert C. Hughes James Hunt Zeke Jabbour Gerald D. Jernigan Dr. Eva Jessye Henry Johnson Wilfred Kaplan Robert Bartels Jack Becker louis 0. Belcher Richard C. Benjamin Richard Black Ron Brooks Richard Brunvard Donald Chisholm Alan Clague Russell Coli ins Albert Coudron Mildred Danielson Robert Darvas Elizabeth Dexter Peter Eckstein AACT Season Staff Bookkeeper Costume Superintendent Costume Rentals Education Co-Chairs Front of House/Ushers Hair/Wigs Chair House Chair Lighting Department Chair Mailing Supervisor Makeup Chair Membership Chair Play Selection Committee Chair Production Coordinator, MainStage Production Coordinators, SecondStage Program Editor Props Chair Publicity/Marketing Scene Shop Chair Social Co-Chairs Sound Department Chair SPOTLIGHT Editors Technical Committee Chair Temporary Office Manager Ticket Agent Volunteer Committee Chair Ann Arbor Civic Lois Vogt Lee Burkhardt Barbara Wells Shirley Mallette, Lisa Snapp POSITION OPEN Mary "B" Bowman Wayne Burkhardt David C. Bloom Howard Fox Rosemarie Rothe Ruth Hahn David Burkam POSITION OPEN Anne Kolaczkowski Magee, Thorn Johnson Michelle Trame Linda Getty Susan Bellinson Wayne Burkhardt Rick Hunt, Julia Tite David C. Bloom Marie and Dill Murrell Lee Burkhardt Wendy Wright Barbara Wells Joni Muskovitz ~~ Dick & Norma Sarns Pamela Seevers David Shipman Raymond j. Smit Neil Staebler Dr. Edward Stasheff Ken Stevens Elizabeth Stranahan Carol Tice Christine Trautwein Alice Vining William Varus Katharine Wallace Zelma \Veisfeld Robert White Roberta Keniston Henry 5. Landau Guy Larcom jerold Lax Charlotte McGeoch Virginia Patton Moss Samuel Mullice Karen O'Neal Anneke Overseth Wi lliam & Mary Palmer Prof. Willis Patterson Edward C. Pierce Beverley & Pat Pooley Eugene B. Po\rver Michael Radock Deanna Relyea Duane Renken John Woodford Phyllis Wright AACT Capital Campaign Committee Judith Dow and Robert H. Alexander Fred and Sue Beutler Clan and Alice Crawford Jr. Carol Deniston Sandy and Odie Elden Rick Hadler Owen and Bonnie Haig Dave Harbison Ted Heusel Mary Kessel Carolyn Lepard Conrad Mason Cruse and Ginny Moss Peter Niedbala Patrick O'Meara Anneke Overseth Bob Seeman Cliff Sheldon Neil and Burnette Staebler Anne Walker Sandy Young is oon Equ.oJ ()pport1.1ni!y Employ.er .v.d providn prO&r~ms ;and services wilho\11 rtprd to rKI!', color, ~Jision, NlioNI oriJin, ql!', sa or hoondicoop. The Crew Acknowledgements Run Crew Gary Augustyn Set Build/Set Paint Crew Susan Babbitt Bill Baldwin Jim Barnes Doug Burtrum Tim Henning Bob Seeman Tom Underwood Robert Hebert Dominee Mackenzie Barbara Wells Colum McReynolds Tom Zempel Shirley Mallette Roy Schwartz Amy Fritz Steve Gensterblum Props Susan Babbitt Barbara Wells Debbie Orr Judy Ripple Doug Burstrum Linda Getty Robert Wilcox Sharon Sheldon lights Dr. Robert G. Carbeck Rick Ashcroft Bradley Bloom james Posante Mary Corcoran Jim Mattson and the Ticket Crew Dan McCollough-Purchase Radio Fran Coy's Hair Salon EMU Theatre Department Peninsula Productions Saline Area Players Tapestry designed and painted Kathi Genik by John Moga Ann Arbor Printing and Mailing David C. Bloom Service Thanks to Bradley Bloom whose work in researching, inter· preting, and performing the unpublished Cole Porter song writ· ten for the original production was greatly appreciated. Thanks to Beth lipton from the First United Methodist Church for the choir robes. Box Office Chairmen Kim Thomas Make-Up Arlene Dietz Mary Jo Clapsable Louisa Pieper Marjorie Cripps Trudy Maglott Charmain Washburn Hair/Wigs Pat Rector Box Office Staff Costume Crew Margie Cohen Marjorie Cripps Aileen Hyne Karolina Matesic Sound Robert G. Carbeck Bob Carr Bette Ellis Sophie Farah Edwina Fidler HO\Vard Fox Glen Higley Judy Hsieh Cereita Little Runelda Medrano June Norton Aileen Schulze Annette Schultz Doris Sperling MUG-EM! ~ ~~~0 \\JID-~ ANY COLOR PHOTO, MESSAGE, LOGO OR ARTFUL IMAGE CUSTOMIZED ON MUGS BASEBALL CAPS 313-942-5995 1 DAY SERVICE UPS SHIPPING AVAILABLE U.~~/MUG DISCOUNT WITH THIS AD JIM & WI LAYNE VANDEVENDER 38945 WABASH, ROMULUS, Ml 48174-1147 About The Cast JIMMY DEE ARNOLD (Beverly Carlton) has either appeared in or worked on over 40 productions since bitten by the theatre bug 12 years ago. Some of his favorite roles include The Stage Manager in Port Huron Civic Theatre's production of OUR TOWN and Raul in St. Clair Community College's production of EXTREMITIES. Since joining AAo; Jimmy has appeared in LYSISTRATA, as Fagin in OLIVER!, and most recently in a myriad of roles for SWEET CHARITY. When not performing with AACT, Jimmy is trying his hand at stand up comedy with the "Open Mike Nights" at the Ann Arbor Mainstreet Comedy ShOY.'Case and the Comedy Castle in Royal Oak. LAURIE GREIG ATWOOD (Maggie Cutler) is familiar to AAcr audiences from her several appearances on our MainStage, including lead roles in BORN YESTERDAY, PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM, PLAZA SUITE, LUNCH HOUR, HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES, APPLE TREE, and most recently as Sara Muller in WATCH ON THE RHINE. In real life, she is the mother of three children, a physical fitness enthusiast and Director of a child care program. laurie would like to thank her husband Bud for his unending support and enthusiasm. FRED BOCK (Richard Stanley) was seen last year murdering in THE MOUSETRAP, terrorizing in THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH, bullying in OLIVER!, and teaching in the FOREIGNER. In his off time, Fred can be found working at Pro-Vision as a Video Technician, Tech Directing for the Ann Arbor junior Theatre, or feeding his cat Wilma. BOB CARR (luncheon Guest, Radio Technician, Deputy) has been a member of AACT for 17 years serving as an usher, box office helper, business office volunteer, as vvell as appearing on the stage from time to time. Some of his more memorable roles include Monsignor Hoffman in THE RUNNER STUMBLES and Mister GoodfeiiOIN in INHERIT THE WINO. Bob, a retired Ann Arbor school teacher, is also a lfoiOrld traveler. KATHRYN CLARK (Mrs. McCutcheon) is a newcomer to the AACT stage. Her previous stage experience has been mainly with TALK TO US, an improvisational theatre troupe at the University of Michigan, where she is also a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In her spare time, she likes to go on bicycle tours and to bake cakes, cookies, or anything fattening. MARGIE COHEN (Sarah) has worked on both sides of the curtain: as Assistant Director for several shows including OLIVER! and PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM and also as a performer, appearing in HARVEY and THE SHADOW BOX. When not working on a show, Margie can be found at the library studying for classes she is currently taking at the University of Michigan. You may also recognize her as the "professional carpet shopper" in several N:V. Carpet World commercials. 117 e. liberty DAVID HARBISON Uohn) has been involved with AACT for many years ... approximately 30 . . in a variety of roles. AACT audiences will last remember him as Babcock, the attorney, in MAME. Aside from the part of john, his current role with AACT is that of Vice President of Marketing. In addition to his work with Civic, David is the President of Metal Tronics, Inc. here in Ann Arbor and a student/athlete recruiter for his alma mater, Kenyon College. TED HEFLEY (Or. Bradley), an Emeritus Professor of History at Eastern Michigan University, last appeared with AACT in GYPSY. He has also performed with EMU Theatre in TWELFTH NIGHT and in productions of SOLID GOLD CADILLAC and THE MIRACLE WORKER for The Ypsilanti Players. Ted is also a member of the May Festival Chorus. E.J. HOLOWICKI (Sandy), a graduate of Eastern Michigan University, has appeared in several shows at Henry Ford Community College, including LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE and SOUTH PACIFIC. He occupies his days as a programmer/analyst for Distributor Concepts of Ann Arbor and some of his nights performing in an all original band, "Social Fabric'~ E.j. looks forward to performing in future plays with AACT and vvould like to thank everyone who came to see him in his debut with AACT. WILLIAM JARRATT (Bert Jefferson) recently returned to the Ann Arbor area after a six year stay in Utah where he decided to pursue acting. Although Bill has appeared in industrial films and commercials in the past, THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER marks his stage debut. An architect by profession, he holds a Masters Degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan. Bill's other interests include music and painting, skiing, soccer, and mountain biking. JERRY KLEIN (Mr. Stanley), a Realtor and Educator by profession, has appeared in over 25 productions with local theatre groups including the Blacksheep Theatre, Saline and Chelsea Area Players, and Dexter Community Theatre. He was last seen in AACT's production of WATCH ON THE RHINE. Jerry, no stranger to the world of television, has not only appeared in several commercials, but produced two shows for WBSX-channel 31. TOM LAYHER (Westcott) can generally be found in AACT musicals, having last appeared in WONDERFUL TOWN and THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. Other musical productions include ANYTHING GOES with the Saline Area Players and 42ND STREET with the Chelsea Area Players. Tom also enjoys singing with "Measure For Measure': a local men's chorus. This summer he realized a longstanding dream of his by rowing crew for the Arbor Rowing Club. ED LESHER (Luncheon Guest, Deputy) has played an important part of MCT's productions since 1975, both on and offstage. Since that time, he has made numerous cameo appearances, most recently as a Klansman in last season's THE FOREIGNER. Ed, retired from the University of Michigan's Department of 1\erospace Engineering, is "crazy about airplanes and flying'; and is currently working on his third airplane. CHERYL MCDONALD (Harriet Stanley) made her stage debut last year as Essie Miller in AACT's production of AH, WILDERNESS. At the time, she had recently quit her job of 21 years as a Pan Am Flight Attendant to return to school. This December, she will receive a BA in Communications from the University of Michigan and will be back in the job market again, this time hopefully in the publishing field. ERIK OLSEN (Luncheon Guest, Radio Technician), a Communicationffheatre Arts major at EMU, has vvorked both on and off stage for several AACT shows- either six or fourteen, depending on his mood when you ask him. Most recently, Erik appeared in SWEET CHARITY as three slimy guys and a hippie. He also produces videos for Ann Arbor Community Access Television, most recently the series "Stunt Johnson Television" and "Quickly Produced Video': In his spare time, he vvonders what he would do if he had spare time. BEVERLEY J. POOLEY (Sheridan Whiteside) has vvorked extensively with both AACT and the University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society for over thirty years, most recently appearing as Sir joseph Porter in UMGASS's production of HMS PINAFORE and as Old Salieri in AACT's production of AMADEUS. As he grows older, Beverley has found that he is developing a preference for wheelchair roles. LINDA REIN (Mrs. Dexter) previously appeared in the Chorus of LYSISTRATA for AACT. She has also vvorked with props and costumes for other Civic productions, including A LESSON FROM ALOES and JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE ... The mother of tvvo children, Lyn can currently be seen performing daily in her role as English Teacher at Pioneer High School. RICH ROSELLE (Banjo), a Business Development Manager at Computerland in Southfield, was last seen in AACT's THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. Before that, he appeared in numerous Civic productions, among them CHICAGO, ROBBER BRIDEGROOM, CAMELOT and BEDROOM FARCE. Aside from performing, Rich enjoys his family, fun and exercise. CONNIE SCOTT (Miss Preen) started her theatrical career thirtysomething years ago in the role of Miss Preen. Since that time, she has toured Europe with the U.S.O. in STOP THE WORLD I WANT TO GET OFF and has appeared in numerous shows, most recently as Golde in THE FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with the Chelsea Players. In real life, Connie runs "Merry Miscellany': a custom artwork business. SHARON SUSSMAN (Lorraine Sheldon) has appeared with AACT in BELLS ARE RINGING, CHICAGO, THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM, and most recently as Helene in SWEET CHARITY. Professionally, she has performed with the Marquis Theatre in Northville and as the Wicked Witch of the West for the Prince Street Players' National Tour of THE WIZARD OF OZ. Now off tour and back in the area to stay, Sharon is enjoying her new home, as well as her job as Supervisor for Training at EDS. BILL TEPPO (Mr. Baker, Plainclothes Man) joined AACT six years ago. Since that time, he has appeared as just about everything from a townsperson in INHERIT THE WIND and THE MUSIC MAN, to a dead body in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. When not performing, he likes to relax by listening to musicals or by writing letters. MICHELLE TRAME Uune Stanley) has spent the last year appearing with AACT as Bet in OLIVER!, Eva jackson in THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH, and as Muriel in AH, WILDERNESS. Although she has a knack for getting cast as teeriagers, Michelle is actually a graduate of the University of Michigan and a professional stage manager by trade. In fact, she is looking forward to stage managing BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS for AACT and assistant stage managing SAMSOM AND DELILA for the Michigan Opera Theatre later this year. TOM UNDERWOOD (Professor Metz) starts his second year with AACT, having been previously seen as Mr. Sowerberry in OLIVER!, Christopher Wren in THE MOUSETRAP, and as Sipos in SHE LOVES ME. His interests also include old movies and Reader's Theatre. His current goal is to someday earn enough to feed all of his persona li ties. WENDY WRIGHT (Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley) directed last season's award winning production of TWELFTH NIGHT and received Best Supporting Actress honors as Ilona Ritter for SHE LOVES ME. Aside from her onstage work for AACT, Wendy is very busy behind the scenes, serving on the Board as Vice President of Artistic Coordination and working in the business office as the Temporary Office Manager. She is also looking forward to directing the next Mainstage show of the season: BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS. JEFF ZUPAN (Expressman) can normally be found backstage building sets, running li ghts and sound, or stage managing. although he has previously trod the boards in AACT productions of AMADEUS and MAME and in HELLO DOLLY for the Saline Area Players. The 50 words in this shO'vV comprise his largest speaking role yet. The pressure from this role may force him to try a little of his home brewed beer. "' Ann A Veisfeld Dr. Raoul VVeisman Brymer and Ruth Williams Marion T. Wirick \r\t!ndyWright Wendyl. Wright E. Bemjaminand FrancesVVylie PARTICIPATING FRIEND (Chorus, Cast) : Mr. and Mrs. Dwight W. BarstON Robert C. F. and Virginia F. Bartels Anita Bassett Mrs. Dorothy Bauer Dick and lucy Bauman jack and janice C. Beatty Ralph Beebe Dorothy M. Beecher Dorothy Bell Ms. Helen V. Berg Abraham and Thelma Berman Frederick and Sue Beutler BharatandPatsyBhushan JeffBigeiOYJand Kim Mackenzie Doreen Binder L. Ray and Somer Bishop Drs. Ron and Nancy Bishop Mrs. Dorothy Blasey Jane H. Blount Bo and Brock Boddie Jimmy Boles Mr.andMrs.]ayA. Bolt Dr. and Mrs. Roger L. Bookwalter Lola jane Bof{;hardt Pauline Bordner GeorgeViilndEiizabcthW.Bosenbark Mrs. Frank X. Braun Henry and Virginia Breneman Mr. and Mrs. Allen P. Britton Mary R. Brooks Mrs. Deming Brown Ferne Brown Mr. and Mrs. jack Brown Leland and Hilda Brown Morton and Raya Brown Mr. and Mrs. William M. BrONn Mrs. Marie Bull Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Bunch Leona and George Bunnell VirginiaBuf{;khalter Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Russell Burns The Cameron Family Jean Campbell Ross W. Campbell PARTICIPATING FRIEND (Chorus, Cast, Cont'd.): Or. Ruth Cantierry Mr. and Mr5. Tom Carbeck Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Carlson Mr5. James Carras Paul and Susanne Cartman Mr5. C. A. Carwr Bliss and Betty Charles Mrs. Irene Christie Amy Clark john Clark Irene Cleveland Don B. Clewell Henry and Lorena Coghlan Mrs. Philip Collica P. J. Collins Mr. Alfred and Georgia Conard Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Coach Gage Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cope Charlotte and Robert Copp Thom<~s <~nd June Corkin Margaret A. Costello Brian Co"' Dr. and Mrs. Morton Co"' Roger and Harriett Co"' Janet and Ray Crabtree Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crane Marjorie Cripps Mr. and Mrs. Walter CrCM~C James and jean Crump Eleanor Cunningham Alis.ande Cutler Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Cygan Mr. and Mrs. john R. Dale John F. Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deem Dr. .and Mrs. Thomas DeKornfeld Helen l. Dempster Dr. Alan and Rachel Dengiz Michelle Dennis Raymond Detter Tom and Jean Dickinson Robert Dillon Virginia H. Donahey Shirley Donnelly Ruth Dorr Wrlliam and Kathy Dow Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Duff Dr. Allen D. Dumont jeff and Barbara Duncan Robert B. ;~nd Connie Dunlap Harold Dunn Harold Dunn Elizabeth Dusseau 1\!ter Eckstein The Edwards Family Claude and Nitil Eggensen Linda Eidelman Andrl"W and Ki!thryn Eisenberg Mr. and Mrs. Sol M. Elkin Mrs. Wrlbur Ell ion Ethel R. and Sheldon M. Ellis Sheldon and Ethel Ellis Beulah Elving Jack ;~nd Wylma Elzay Richard and Helen Emmons Mackenzie and Marcia Endo Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Epstein Thomas and Elaine Evans Mrs. Warren C. E~land Adele E'oYCII Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Fancher Ted and Sophie Farah Mr. and Mrs. Don Farrand Homer Fatt john and Margaret Faulkner C. William and H. Jane Ferguson Kathleefl Fischer George R. Fisher Ruth Fl~ George and Kathryn Foltz Keith and Janet Ford Howard and Margaret Fox Mr. and Mrs. \-t!rsile E. Fr-aleigh Esther Fr;~nk Candace friedman Candy Friedman Mr. and Mrs. jerry Fritzler B.utley R. Frueh M.D. William j. and Martha Fry Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Fuller Nick and Fran Furkioti john and Martha Fyfe Lois W. Gage Mr. and Mrs. Leslie George leonore Gerstein Sandra Geyer Marilyn Gibsoo Bcvcrly Jeanne Giltrow Bruce and Deborah Gimbel Paul and Anne E. Glendon Eugene A. and Marie Glysson Albert Goldberg The Graff family Betty Graham Mrs. Dorothy Graham Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gramlich George and Barbara Grassmuck George and Barb.lra Grassmuck Roger and linda Grekin Ella M. Grenier Henry and Barbara Griffin Debra Griffith Atlee L. and Margaret Grillot Ellie and Ken Grinstead Thomas C. Grove Carl and julie Guldberg Mrs. Dorothy S. Haake N. Frances Hall Claribel Baird Halstead Harold H. Harger Shirley Harkless George and Marguerite Harms Mr. and Mrs. George W. Harms Harlan and Anne Hatcher Mary and John H;~thaway Harold <1nd Ann Haugh laura B. Hawke George and Lillian Hay Ted Hefley Dr. and Mrs. james B. Heitler Mr. and Mrs. Walter Helmreich Sondra Herold Irene Hess The Hilbish Family Mrs. leonard E. Himler Larry and Carolyn Hiss Kilthleen and Donald Hoff Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hogan Robert and Fa~ Hoisington Mr. john Holland Elwood Holman Mrs. John Holmes jeannette Holtm;~n William and Rebecca Horvath Dr. and Mrs. Frederic House Betty Houston Mr. and Mrs. Graham H~ Mr. and Mrs. Robert HOYo"e Ms. Mimi Huang Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes Robert C. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hunter Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. O

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