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Barbara Lou Sevebeck & Mary Cook, Brownies From Mack School, Become Girl Scouts, April 1948

Barbara Lou Sevebeck & Mary Cook, Brownies From Mack School, Become Girl Scouts, April 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1948
Caption
Representative of the 21 Brownies who became Girl Scouts in "flying-up" ceremonies conducted last night by Troop No. 37 at Mack School, Barbara Lou Sevebeck, 9, left, and Mary Cook, also 9, receive scout badges from Mrs. Nelson Rathburn, troop-leader. To make the jump from Brownie to Girl Scout, a girl must pass certain home-making and out-of-door tests, learn Girl Scouting lore, and be at least in the fourth grade of school.

St. Thomas Cheerleaders, November 1952

St. Thomas Cheerleaders, November 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 14, 1952
Caption
One recipe for high school fun is to pile as many teen-agers as possibleinto and onto a hotrod. St. Thomas High has a variation of that after every football game. Mary Toms (driver) borrows her father's green jeep and leads the team bus back to school. On hood are (left to right) cheerleaders Carol Otto, Mary Lou Farmer, and Sylvia Malecki. Behind driver (left to right) are Ellen Patterson, Kay Kelly and Sue Cyr. Also aboard but not clearly visible are Kathleen Wooster, Better Toms, Mary Cook, Marilyn Cyr and Joan Hickey. (Kay, Ellen and Joan also are cheerleaders.) Mary will lead the snake dance to the field tonight for the St. Thomas-U High game.

Death Of T. E. McDivitt

Death Of T. E. McDivitt image
Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
December
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain