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Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1961
Caption
A WHOLE BARREL: The best part of the tour for four-year-old twins Chris and Wendy Lawson is sampling the freshly made cider. Imagine, a whole barrel full of cider just waiting for someone to drink it! The twins are the children of Mr. and Mrs. James Lawson of Cambridge Rd.

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1961
Caption
HERE IT COMES! It is hard to believe that all these cans are filled with juice squeezed from apples. But it certainly is fun to watch the cans roll down the line and wait to be stacked.

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1961
Caption
BETTER THAN RECESS: Neither rain nor cold can dampen the spirits of nursery school pupils when a field trip is scheduled....especially when it is to as exciting a place as Wagner Cider Mill in Dexter with its large presses and barrels of tempting cider. The children of the Unitarian Day Nursery aren't going to miss a thing in watching the bushels of apples turn into delicious cider. Their teacher, Mrs. David Lian, was assisted by Mrs. Ernest Sellers, Mrs. Jack Klineart and Mrs. Robert Marshall.