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'Kids, Classes, Jobs' Next Issues Topic

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Luncheon Planned For Goodwill Circle

Luncheon Planned For Goodwill Circle image
Parent Issue
Day
2
Month
April
Year
1956
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Founders Day Lunch Planned

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
April
Year
1982
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Ladies Decorate Dolls for Beth Israel Sisterhood's Annual Torah Fund Luncheon, March 1964

Ladies Decorate Dolls for Beth Israel Sisterhood's Annual Torah Fund Luncheon, March 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1964
Caption
Fashion In Miniature: Mrs. Paul Pressel, Mrs. Symond Gottlieb and Mrs. Lawrence Sarnoff (from left) are decking out dolls in stylish costumes for table decorations in keeping with a fashion mood for Beth Israel Sisterhood's annual Torah Fund luncheon. The latest in spring fashions will be modeled for members during the luncheon, which is Thursday. Mrs. Symond Gottlieb is general chairman of the group's prime fund-raising luncheon.

Women's Association of the First Presbyterian Church of Ypsilanti holds Foodless Luncheon, April 1953

Women's Association of the First Presbyterian Church of Ypsilanti holds Foodless Luncheon, April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 4, 1953
Caption
A novel expression of the self-denial practiced by many Christians in preparation for Easter was the foodless luncheon held by the Women's Association of the First Presbyterian Church in Ypsilanti. The women gathered around bare dining tables for a service of worship and meditation. An offering was made for world relief. Rev. Raymon B. Bair, pastor, conducts the service.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Easter Market To Include Luncheon, March 1967

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Easter Market To Include Luncheon, March 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1967
Caption
Preparing For Easter Bazaar - A lovely, old silver service will decorate the luncheon table at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Easter Market. Mrs. George W. Willard explains its interesting history to members of the fourth grade Sunday School class (left to right) Mary Whitehouse, Margaret Norby and Kelly Whitehead. Baked goods will feature lamb cakes.