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Class of 1950 Sta nfor d r eu nion hom ecom i ng w eek e n d: oc tober 21–24 , 2010
As you already know, our 60th Reunion is coming up this year on October 21-24. We find it hard to believe that so many years have passed since we graduated from Stanford. We hope to see many of you at the different events scheduled. There are several that are just for the Class of ’50, but others that will be of great interest to you as well.
Just for our class will be …
(1) Class lunches on Thursday and Friday located in our class tent. These lunches are wonderful opportunities to visit with one another. (2) Our Class Panel discussion titled “Careers, Adventures and Outlooks,” on Friday afternoon from 1:00 - 2:45 p.m. Gregg Bemis is our class panel coordinator and has put together a wonderful event. We are looking forward to hearing from the panelists and then having the chance to ask questions. (3) Our Friday night dinner at the Stanford Park Hotel will be from 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. The evening begins with a cocktail hour which will allow us all to reconnect. We will have hosts and hostesses to greet you and help with table seating arrangements. Come alone or come with a guest, all are welcome. (4) The class tailgate on Saturday from 11:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m., before the football game vs. Washington State, should be most enjoyable. We’ll have the chance to observe up close the latest Stanford Band and also hear from some Stanford singing groups. There will also be several class Mini-Reunions. If you need assistance coordinating a minireunion, you should contact Jake Wellington at the Stanford Alumni Association: 650-725-4239 or [email protected] We want to make it as easy as possible for you to come, so if you still have questions, contact the reunion registration hotline at 650-724-3717. You can come for one event or the entire weekend, BUT just try very hard to come. Doing so will make our 60th a great time for all. Best,
Marilyn Schwartz Brown Pitch Johnson Events Co-Chair Events Co-Chair
Ed Wright Attendance Co-Chair
Joanne Briggs Slusser Attendance Co-Chair
Nancy Lagomarsino Farrar Class Party Coordinator
Gregg Bemis Class Panel Coordinator
Patrick DeYoung Class Correspondent
our class of ’50 events Sign up for our reunion on the enclosed registration form. Choose from the daily packages or select à la carte options.
Dinner on the Quad Thursday, October 21 6:15 – 7:00 p.m., Cocktails 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Dinner MAIN QUAD Don’t miss this special evening to welcome you back to campus in unique Stanford style – a spectacular dinner in front of Memorial Church and under the stars. Tables will be arranged by class year. Class of ’50 Luncheon Friday, October 22 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CLASS HEADQUARTERS TENT Spend time visiting with old friends while making new ones. Class of ’50 Panel: “Careers, Adventures and Outlooks” Friday, October 22 1:00 – 2:45 p.m. LOCATION TBD You won’t want to miss our Class Panel where we will take a brief look at where we have been and where we are going. An interesting group of classmates has been assembled to share their stories. We hope to inspire and delight you during the panel. Class of ’50 60th Reunion Party Friday, October 22 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Stanford Park Hotel 100 El Camino Real, Menlo Park Gather with classmates for a grand evening, beginning with a complimentary
cocktail hour and mingle with friends before a seated dinner with hosted wine. Continue to reminisce and reconnect after the meal while enjoying a wonderful dessert. Complimentary valet parking provided. Attire is coat and tie.
Class of ’50 Tailgate Saturday, October 23 11:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. CLASS HEADQUARTERS TENT Join your classmates for a festive BBQ lunch and hosted bar. Entertainment provided by the roving Stanford Band and student singing groups. After the tailgate, walk over to the Stanford Stadium to cheer on the Cardinal as they take on Washington State. Class of ’50 Mini-Reunions Several classmates will be hosting Mini-Reunions throughout the weekend. These gatherings are a won-
derful opportunity to reconnect with dormmates, teammates, club members or friends. For a complete list of gatherings, visit www.stanfordalumni.org/1950reunion.
Reunion Weekend Transportation When you arrive on campus, be sure to look for the special 50th Plus reunion parking lot, located on the corner of Galvez and Campus Drive. From this parking lot you will be able to take a shuttle or golf cart to the main campus. Shuttle transportation is provided on-campus throughout the weekend. For those with ADA placards, you may park on Memorial Way. If you require additional assistance with mobility around campus, please contact the Diversity and Access Office, at (650) 725-0326 or e-mail disability. [email protected]
look who’s coming... As of June 30, these classmates indicated that they are likely to attend the reunion; however, they have not officially registered. Please check our website www.stanfordalumni.org for frequent updates to this list.
John M. Abel
Wanda Webb English
Weston A. Anderson
Richard D. Esbenshade
Philip L. Bailey
Clarence E. Fleming, Jr.
F. Gregg Bemis, Jr.
Britta Lion Franz
Early bird pricing until September 15.
Elizabeth Ripley Bogel
Byron L. Geuy
Bill K. Bowes, Jr.
Barbara Aronson Goldenberg
Thomas B. Brand
Mary Harelson Growdon
Margaret Sherwood Bridgeman
Dorothy Fitger Haight
Allan F. Brown
Dan E. Harris
Marilyn Schwartz Brown
Nancy Toll Harris
John B. Brummett
Mary Wilbur Ives Harrison
Diane Brown Buehler
Franklin W. Held
Robert O. Burtman
Lois Pettegrew Heschele
Joanne Humphrey Caldwell
Gerald N. Hill
Wiley N. Caldwell, Jr.
Mary A. Hirsh
Douglas W. Campbell
Melvin L. Hoffman, Jr.
Doris Cooper Carlsen
Harold R. Hollister
Paul R. Cassiday Beverly Bond Childs Robert D. Childs Everett L. Clark, Jr. Leonard G. Collins Diane Porter Cooley James V. L. Cottle John J. Cowin R. Dougal Crowe Edward L. Culin William F. Dailey Dudley E. Degroot Reid W. Dennis Dixon Q. Dern Patrick L. DeYoung Stanley R. Dickover, Jr. William E. Drummond William C. Edwards
Advance registration closes October 6. See enclosed registration form for details
Joan Lansinger Honey-Phillips Dana Turkington Horner Joan Harzfeld Inglis William C. Ingram, Jr. Carl H. Irving Martin W. Irwin Genevieve McDuffee Jacobson Robert A. Jacobson
Look who’s coming... Howard L. Payne Marian Baker Peck Donald C. Peterson Kate Peterson Pool Alvin A. Rathbun Janie P. Rempel Robert J. Rorden Arlene Goodstein Rosen Hugh C. Ross Walter S. Scheib, Jr. Mary Lou Alden Shaw Donald C. Simpson Mary Hill Skougaard Joanne Briggs Slusser David G. Spokely Donald K. Stites Earl M. Stites Daniel E. Stone James P. Thurber, Jr. H. Van Dyke Johns, Jr.