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Frances Messner Receives Golf Trophies At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965

Frances Messner Receives Golf Trophies At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1965
Caption
Tournament Chairman Mrs. Coleman Mummery (from left) hands Mrs. Lloyd Messner more trophies than she can handle at yesterday's awards brunch at Barton Hills Country Club. Mrs. Messner's honors came for winning the Louise Suggs Seniors Tournament and the 18-hole Handicap Tournament. She also was third flight consolation winner. Mrs. Mummery was runner-up in the club championship competition.

Women Golfers At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965

Women Golfers At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1965
Caption
The trophy table at Barton Hills Country Club glistened with gold and silver cups and statuettes yesterday when women golfers held their awards brunch. Admiring the gleaming array of prizes are (from left) Mrs. Boyd Yard, nine-hole club championship winner; Mrs. Robert S. Edwards Jr., the season's most improved nine-hole player; Mrs. John Airey, prize chairman and Mrs. James Carman, golf chairman.

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July
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1946
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Lucy K. Gregory models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Lucy K. Gregory models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
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MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.

Mrs. Richard Graham models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Mrs. Richard Graham models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
Caption
MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.

C. L. Starbuck Dies At 63 Years

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22
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August
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1946
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Jean Kyer Picks Up Practice Golf Balls At Barton Hills, May 1939

Jean Kyer Picks Up Practice Golf Balls At Barton Hills, May 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1939
Caption
MISS KYER 'REAPS HARVEST': Miss Jean Kyer, Ann Arbor's leading woman golfer, is shown 'reaping the harvest' of the approach shots she hit onto the practice green at Barton Hills yesterday morning. Miss Kyer appeared to be hitting the ball with all her old-time skill and should be a strong contender in women's tournaments throughout the state this summer.