The following were guests of President and Mrs. Reagan at last night's state dinner for Prime Minister Menachem Begin.

Yitzhak Shamir, minister of foreign affairs, and Mrs. Shamir

Dr. Yosef Burg, minister of interior, police, and religious affairs

Ariel Sharon, minister of defense

Ephraim Evron, ambassador of Israel, and Mrs. Evron

Yehiel Kadishai, director, prime minister's bureau

H. Kubersky, director general, ministry of interior

Maj. Gen. A. Tamir, assistant to the minister of defense for national security

Brig. Gen. Ephraim Poran, military secretary to the prime minister

Maj. Gen. Yehoshua Sagi

Hanan Bar-On, deputy director general, ministry of foreign affairs

Dr. Reuven Hecht, adviser to the prime minister

Matti Milo, daughter of Prime Minister Begin

Yaacov Agam, Israeli artist, and Mrs. Agam

Richard V. Allen, assistant to the president for national security affairs, and Mrs. Allen

Leonore Annenberg, chief of protocol, and Walter H. Annenberg

James A. Baker, chief of staff and assistant to the president, and Mrs. Baker

Sen. Rudy Boschwitz (R-Minn.), and Mrs. Boschwitz

Rep. William S. Broomfield (R-Mich.), and Mrs. Broomfield

Vice President George Bush, and Mrs. Bush

Sen. William S. Cohen (R-Maine), and Mrs. Cohen

Sen. Alfonse M. D'Amato (R-N.Y.)

Anne D'Amato

Michael K. Deaver, deputy chief of staff and assistant to the president, and Mrs. Deaver

Bruce Drake, New York Daily News

Madeline Feher

Max M. Fisher, Franklin, Mich., and Mrs. Fisher

Rep. Benjamin A. Gilman (R-N.Y.)

Rep. Bill Green (R.-N.Y.), and Mrs. Green

Philip C. Habib, special presidential envoy

Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig, and Mrs. Haig

Sen. Paula Hawkins (R-Fla.), and Mr. Hawkins

Martin Hecht, Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Mrs. Hecht

Jacob K. Javits, New York City, and Mrs. Javits

Rita Kelhoffer

Rep. Jack F. Kemp (R-N.Y.), and Mrs. Kemp

Jeane Kirkpatrick, U.S. representative to the United Nations, and Dr. Evron Kirkpatrick

Eppie Lederer (columnist Ann Landers), Chicago, Ill.

Samuel W. Lewis, American ambassador to Israel, and Mrs. Lewis

Arthur Marshall, Las Vegas, Nev., and Mrs. Marshall

Edwin Meese III, counselor to the president, and Mrs. Meese

Sen. Charles H. Percy, (R-Ill.)

Secretary of the Treasury Donald T. Regan, and Mrs. Regan

Arnold Rosenfeld, editor , Dayton Journal-Herald, and Mrs. Rosenfeld

Milton Rudin, Beverly Hills, Calif., and Mrs. Rudin

William Safire, columnist, and Mrs. Safire

Mort Sahl, comedian, New York City, and Mrs. Sahl

Andre-Michel Schub, pianist, New York City

Maurice Schurr, international vice president, Brotherhood of Teamsters, Philadelphia, and Mrs. Schurr

Dinah Shore, Beverly Hills, Calif.

Albert A. Spiegel, Beverly Hills, Calif., and Mrs. Spiegel

Jack Stein, special adviser to the White House, and Mrs. Stein

David H. Susskind, New York City

Andrew Susskind

Jacques Torczyner, member, World Zionist Organization, New York City, and Mrs. Torczyner

Nicholas. A. Veliotes, assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, and Mrs. Veliotes

Barbara Walters, ABC, New York City

Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, and Mrs. Weinberger

David Werblin, chairman, Madison Square Garden Corp., and Mrs. Werblin

William A. Wilson, personal representative of the president to the Holy See, and Mrs. Wilson

Herman Wouk, author, Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Wouk

Gordon Zachs, president, R.G. Barry Corp., Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Zachs

Robert M. Zweiman, national commander, Jewish War Veterans, and Mrs. Zweiman

Robert McFarlane, counselor, State Department, and Mrs. McFarlane