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Rich Bloch & The Gasliters Perform At Bimbo's, September 1966

Rich Bloch & The Gasliters Perform At Bimbo's, September 1966 image
Month
September
Year
1966
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Cutting loose with some real ragtime jazz, Rich Bloch and the Gasliters take on the crowd at Bimbo's the way Grant took Richmond. Here they are (left to right): Brent Herhold, tuba; Don Dygert, trombone; Pat DeLoughary, banjo; Bloch, trumpet and vocal; Dennis Huntley, washboard; and Miss Kerry Price, piano and vocal.
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Lorraine Aquinto & Mrs. Paul Johnson Select Flowers At Goodhews For A Cotillion Club Party, May 1964

Lorraine Aquinto & Mrs. Paul Johnson Select Flowers At Goodhews For A Cotillion Club Party, May 1964 image
Month
May
Year
1964
Caption
Mrs. Henry Aquinto (left), general chairman of the Cotillion Club's party, this evening, and Mrs. Paul Johnson, who is in charge of special arrangements, select flowers which will decorate the scene of the dance at Inn America.
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Judy Winchester Arranges Flowers At Goodhews, February 1969

Judy Winchester Arranges Flowers At Goodhews, February 1969 image
Month
February
Year
1969
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Who Worries About Winter? The chilly, dark days of winter don't disturb Mrs. Richard Winchester Jr. She's surrounded daily by flowers, a constant reminder of summer's warmth and brightness. Mrs. Winchester works at Goodhew Floral Co., 225 E. Liberty. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Jack Stubbs)
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Flora Ward, Ann Arbor School board member, 1938

Flora Ward, Ann Arbor School board member, 1938 image
Year
1938
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"Ye Old Editor Has His Say: May 16, 1941:
As a crowd of 500 friends hooted and hissed, and a small knot of foes surreptitiously applauded, the school board voted, 5-4, to dismiss Otto W. Haisley, superintendent of the Ann Arbor school system for 17 years.

The five favoring his dismissal were President Van Ameringen, Louis E. Ayres, Max Krutsch, Martha Huss and Flora Ward. Opposing were Courtney Malbetsch, George R. Sidwell, Prof. M. H. Waterman and Raymond Hutzel.

After the voting, Trustee Flora Ward (see photo) offered to resign.

Chief complaint against Haisley, "too modern."

After adjournment the majority remained to choose a committee to investigate the possibility of renewing his contract by means of a referendum or recall vote on those trustees who voted for Haisley's dismissal.

The committee chosen includes Walter H. Springer, Neil Staebler, Dean E. Blythe Stason, Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman, Mac E. Watterworth, Mrs. Ralph Sawyer, Fred Norris, Lewis E. Reimann and Herbert H. Twining.
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