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Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1952
Caption
Pansies in a tiny watering can will serve as a conversation piece in any home, especially when seen also in reflection as on this coffee table, says Mrs. Keeler.

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1952
Caption
Mrs. Keeler would use this type of arrangement in an entryway. The pale lavender and pink petunias complement the modernistic gray wall paper and the vases. The flower arrangement ties the two vases together as a unit by having the flowers arch toward the other vase.

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1952
Caption
When arranging a flower display it is best to think of the location you plan to put it in as well as the flowers themselves and the type of container. These white petunias in their pottery shells seem to become part of the wall paper and thus part of the room's decor.

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952

Mrs. Keeler's Flower Arrangements, Barton Drive, July 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1952
Caption
A large mantle demands arrangement. Mrs. Keeler used a few snapdragons, some Oregon holly, a little evergreen and for the halo effect, picked some tall weeds from her garden. The entire effect gives one a feeling of the cool and airy out-of-doors, ideal for hot summer months.

New Officers Meet

New Officers Meet image
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Day
12
Month
March
Year
1936
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YWCA Board of Directors, March 10, 1936

YWCA Board of Directors, March 10, 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 12, 1936
Caption
NEW OFFICERS MEET: The new officers of the Young Women's Christian association are shown at their first board meeting in the association building, Mrs. Leroy Waterman taking office as president. Standing at the back of the group above are Miss Elizabeth Frost (left), executive secretary; Mrs. Warren Wallace; Mrs. O. S. Duffendack, second vice president; Mrs. Audrey Hawkins; Mrs. Arnold Goss, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Noble and Mrs. Harry Potter. Seated at the ends of the row are Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski (left), and Miss Rena Schmid, and in the lower row are Mrs. Hugh E. Keeler (left); Miss Florence Pollock, first vice president; Mrs. Waterman; and Mrs. H. G. Raschbacher.