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Johnny & Marcia Ann Flis, Together With Their Uncle Joe Yanitsky, Build A Snowman For V-Mail, February 1944

Johnny & Marcia Ann Flis, Together With Their Uncle Joe Yanitsky, Build A Snowman For V-Mail, February 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 3, 1944
Caption
SNOWMAN FOR THE TROPICS: Johnny and Marcia Ann Flis who live with their mother at 537 Detroit St., have a father, Air Corps Capt. John J. Flis, in New Guinea who longs for the sight of snow, so Johnny, two, and Marcia Ann, four, made a snowman and arranged to have this picture made to send to him. Their uncle, Joe Yanitsky, appears with them.

Dorothy Jean Thomas Builds A Snow Lady In Her Yard, February 1940

Dorothy Jean Thomas Builds A Snow Lady In Her Yard, February 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 8, 1940
Caption
HER MASTERPIECE: Dorothy Jean Thomas of 1054 Ferdon Rd., is very proud of the snow lady she fashioned yesterday. Her dog, however, sniffs at the whole idea and wonders why he doesn't get that much attention.

Start Of A Snowman

Start Of A Snowman image
Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
January
Year
1961
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Alien Snowman, December 1957

Alien Snowman, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 9, 1957
Caption
Saturday's Snow Was...Superb for sculptors

Children at Fritz School make 'The Three Bears' out of snow, February 1939

Children at Fritz School make 'The Three Bears' out of snow, February 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 9, 1939
Caption
AND THE PAPA BEAR SAID-- When pupils in the kindergarten and first grade of Fritz school on Miller Rd. read the story of the three bears, they decided to give life to the tale by making snow bears on the school grounds. Autumn Jean Routson is the little girl arranging the porridge bowls on the snow table, and the others, from left to right, are: Harold Ownes, Grace Ann Nixon, Lloyd Vogel, Joyce Foster, Loretta Andrews and Joyce Kuebler.