Betty Hole attended Oregon State College in 1930-1931 as a student in home economics. She was a Naval Subsistence Officer at the Pentagon from 1948 to 1973 and was responsible for the installation of feeding operations on military bases and for standardization of recipes. She was also an active member of the OSU College of Home Economics Development Council and the Centennial Campaign Committee. The Betty Hole Child Development Laboratory in OSU's Family Study Center is named in her honor. She died in California on 6 August 1994.
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