Gerald R. Ford, U.S. president
Wallace Stegner, novelist-historian-essayist
Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys owner
Jimmy Carter, U.S. president
The Bee Gees (Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb), musical group
Howard Hughes, business magnate-aviator
Danny Kaye, actor-comedian, many times
Jimmy Stewart, actor, many times
Henry Fonda, actor
Raymond Burr, actor
Ed Asner, actor
Lowell Thomas, travel/news commentator, many times
Marlo Thomas, actress
James Coburn, actor
Walter Pidgeon, actor
Michael Sarrazin, actor
Trish Van Devere, actress
Elton John, musician
Ginger Rogers, actress
Van Cliburn, classical pianist
Grant Johannesen, classical pianist-native Utahn
Katharine Hepburn, actress
Johnny Miller, golfer
Warren Burger, U.S. chief justice
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, author
John Glenn, astronaut
Beverly Sills, opera singer
Marie Osmond, singer
Queen Margrethe II, of Denmark
Princess Sonja, of Norway
Ronald Reagan, U.S. president
Sarah Jessica Parker, actress
The Osmond Brothers, musical group
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