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Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946

Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1946
Caption
Mrs. Henry Rowley spends some of her spare moments making figurines out of cornstarch, salt and water for her friends and for various organizations to use as place-makers at dinners. She got the idea for the tiny Santas, angels, skiers and sledders from the cornstarch mountains she used to mould as a grade-school pupil making relief maps for her geography classes.

Dave & Beth Pennington - Collectors Of Spinning Wheels, October 1975

Dave & Beth Pennington - Collectors Of Spinning Wheels, October 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1975
Caption
Dave and Beth Pennington once thought a spinning wheel would look nice next to their fireplace. It did. And now they have 115 of them...or more, depending on who's counting.

The Weaver's Garden

The Weaver's Garden image
Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
July
Year
1973
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Tricia McNaughton, Andrew Hartzell, & Jamie McNaughton Make Christmas Decorations, November 1967

Tricia McNaughton, Andrew Hartzell, & Jamie McNaughton Make Christmas Decorations, November 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1967
Caption
Even pre-schoolers will get into the act when Creative Arts I and II groups of the American Association of University Women presents their Christmas Idea Fair from 8 to 10 p.m. today at the American Red Cross Building, 2729 Packard. A special feature will be holiday decorations with instructions designed for young children. Immersed in a macaroni Christmas tree project are 'Tricia and Jamie McNaughton, children of Mr. and Mrs. James McNaughton of Dalton Drive, and Andrew Hartzell (center), son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hartzell of Creal Crescent. All AAUW members may attend the fair.