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Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 7th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Chez Pauline", February 1961

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 7th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Chez Pauline", February 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 15, 1961
Caption
ANNUAL DINNER DANCE: Chez Pauline is the title of the Pauline Acres Women's Club's seventh annual dinner dance Saturday night at the Grotto Club which will be decorated in a New York night club motif. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m. and dancing to the music of The Rambleers Orchestra will begin at 9 p.m. Creating decorations for the event are (left to right) Mrs. Henry Christopherson, Mrs. Donald Blair, chairman, and Mrs. Frank Bacon. Others on the decorating committee are Mrs. Bernard J. Brown, Mrs. Charles Donahey, Mrs. Leroy Ehnis, Mrs. Allen Eschelbach, Mrs. Donald Gray, Mrs. Fred Leeman and Mrs. Richard Sarns. Mrs. Roger P. Stein, club president, is general co-ordinator for the event. The planning and publicity co-chairmen are Mrs. Otto Kruse and Mrs. Arthur Hann. Mrs. Robert Davidson and Mrs. George Henry are in charge of the program. Club members are residents of Pauline Acres Subdivision.

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 8th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Pauline's Peppermint Lounge", March 1962

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 8th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Pauline's Peppermint Lounge", March 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 28, 1962
Caption
PEPPERMINT TWIST: Everyone will be twisting to the music of the Rhythmaires Saturday night at the Grotto Club when the Pauline Acres Women's Club presents its eighth annual dinner dance, "Pauline's Peppermint Lounge." Ceiling-high peppermint poles will decorate the dance floor, and a photographer will "shoot" guests behind a booth of painted twisters which Mrs. Robert Davidson, Mrs. Melville Evans and Mrs. George Henry (left to right) are "trying out."

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 9th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Knight In Bloom", March 1963

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 9th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Knight In Bloom", March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1963
Caption
MIDDLE AGES: Mrs. Richard Sarns (left) and Mrs. Otto Kruse show off the medieval horse and costumes which will decorate the Grotto Club Saturday night for the Pauline Acres Women's Club's ninth annual dinner dance. The decorations will be used for photographing members and guests in the Middle Ages headdress and horse. The evening will begin with dinner at 7:30 p.m.

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 10th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Tokyo After Dark", February 1964

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 10th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Tokyo After Dark", February 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 26, 1964
Caption
Mrs. Allen Eschelbach (left) and Mrs. Leroy Ehnis (right) are finding that the theme of the Pauline Acres Women's Club's annual dinner dance, "Tokyo After Dark,' lends itself to a wealth of artistic ideas for decorations. Japanese holidays and customs will be incorporated into the decor at the affair, which will be held Saturday.

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 11th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Evening In Old Las Vegas", February 1965

Pauline Acres Women's Club Plans For 11th Annual Dinner-Dance - "Evening In Old Las Vegas", February 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 23, 1965
Caption
Mrs. Donald Johnston (left) and Mrs. Roger P. Stein (right) pose in a dummy painting of two characters from the old west which will be part of the decorations at Saturday night's dinner dance being planned by the Pauline Acres Women's Club.