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United Church Women Elect Seven New Officers

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Miss Beach Succeeds Mrs. Kulp
New President Was Former Teacher, Mission Worker
Miss Henricka B. Beach of 1402 W. Liberty St. has been elected president of the United Church Women of the Ann Arbor-Washtenaw Council of Churches.
She succeeds Mrs. Harry S. Kulp of 1573 Greenview Dr., a member of the First Presbyterian Church who has headed the United Church Women for three years.
Other new officers are Mrs. Malcolm Ballenger, first vice-president; Mrs. Richard E. Crusius, second vice-president; Mrs. Eric Tebow, recording secretary; Mrs. E. C. Stringer, corresponding secretary; Mrs. T. S. Colvin, treasurer, and Mrs. Kulp, nominating committee.
1913 'U' Graduate
Miss Beach, a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church, received a master of arts degree in 1913 from the University of Michigan in actuarial science. She was employed by the Provident Life Insurance Co. in Bismarck, N. D., from 1916 to 1945.
A native of a Livingston county farm now part of the Kensington Recreation Park, Miss Beach taught business administration at Beirut College for Women in Beirut Lebanon, from 1946 to 1954.
Although affiliated with missionary work for the Presbyterian Board, she was on her own financially, and, after leaving Beirut, she traveled for three months through southeast Asia en route to Kyoto, Japan.