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1946
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Children Playing with New Toys, First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, January 1962

Children Playing with New Toys, First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, January 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 17, 1962
Caption
Toys From Santa: Children who will be enrolled in the newly organized First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, located in the church at 120 S. State St., anticipate the fun they will have playing with many new toys which have been donated by Ann Arbor's Santa Claus, Albert E. Warnhoff. Caught in the act of playing with the new toys before the nursery opens on Feb. 5 are (left to right) Marcia Fox, Nancy Andrews with doll, Dana Boudreau, Kathy Ebert on the horse, and Danny Stevenson, who finds it rather hard to concentrate on that book while surrounded by playtoys.

Mrs. John Devine, Denise Pilon, Joseph Anicka and Mrs. Erwin Kurtz with Toys for the St. Thomas Altar Rosary Society's Bazaar, October 1961

Mrs. John Devine, Denise Pilon, Joseph Anicka  and Mrs. Erwin Kurtz with Toys for the St. Thomas Altar Rosary Society's Bazaar, October 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 23, 1961
Caption
Sneak Preview: Denise Pilon, 5, and Joseph Anicka, 4, get a preview of the toys and clothing that will be for sale at the St. Thomas Rosary Altar Society's bazaar from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the St. Thomas School auditorium. Mrs. John Devine (left) is president of the society and Mrs. Erwin Kurtz (right) is general co-chairman of the bazaar. Denise is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pilon of Wines Dr. Joseph's parents are the Clifford Anickas of Iroquois Pl.

Novelty Items for League of Catholic Women's Holiday Bazaar, November 1960

Novelty Items for League of Catholic Women's Holiday Bazaar, November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1960
Caption
Bazaar Items In The Making: Looking at one of the novelty items which will be sold at the League of Catholic Women's Holiday Bazaar scheduled fro 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday in the St. Thomas School Auditorium, is Kenneth Morse. Showing him what will be on sale are (left to right) Mrs. Albert Scharbat, general chairman of the bazaar; Mrs. Eric Morse, Catholic League president and mother of Kenneth; and Mrs. Ralph Belknap, who made all the novelty items for the sale, including Boswell the Bookworm, whose ear Kenneth is pulling.

Sally Lamkin, Her Son David Lambin and Joanne English with Puppets for the West Side Methodist Church Bazaar, November 1960

Sally Lamkin, Her Son David Lambin and Joanne English with Puppets for the West Side Methodist Church Bazaar, November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1960
Caption
Puppet Show: Mrs. Burton Lamkin entertains her son David and Joanne English, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert English, with puppets that will be sold in the children's toy booth at the bazaar Friday sponsored by the WSCS of the West Side Methodist Church. The newly formed Young Mothers Circle of the church is sponsoring this booth.

Toys for Tots program at the General Motors Assembly Plant at Willow Run, December 1982

Toys for Tots program at the General Motors Assembly Plant at Willow Run, December 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1982
Caption
TOYS FOR TOTS -- Workers at the General Motors Assembly Plant at Willow Run have given time and money to gather 1,500 Christmas toys worth $10,000 for underprivileged children in Washtenaw and Wayne counties. The toys were turned over to the U.S. Marine Corps' "Toys for Tots" program in a ceremony at the plant Monday. Among those taking part were (clockwise from left): Bill Moon, shop chairman for UAW Local 1776; Barbara Burton, co-leader of the project in the plant; George Francis, personnel director; Sue Jackson, the other project co-leader; Santa Claus; Marine 1st Sgt. Eugene Owens; plant manager Frank Faga; and Marine Staff Sgt. Booker Young. Toys for Tots was founded in Los Angeles in 1947 by Marine Maj. Bill Hendricks and it has spread around the nation since. It goes through social welfare agencies to distribute the toys.

Ernest Mack makes a merry-go-round for his grandchildren, December 1963

Ernest Mack makes a merry-go-round for his grandchildren, December 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 7, 1963
Caption
MACK'S MERRY-GO-ROUND: Ernest Mack of 1812 Jackson makes an adjustment on the model of a merry-go-round he has worked on for three years and which he will present this Christmas to his young grandchildren.

Ann Arbor High School students Dave Sattinger and Mary Kapp make toys for Salvation Army, December 1955

Ann Arbor High School students Dave Sattinger and Mary Kapp make toys for Salvation Army, December 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1955
Caption
TOYS TO GUARANTEE EVERY CHILD A CHRISTMAS: Dave Sattinger and Mary Kapp of Ann Arbor High School are turning out toy trains as part of a high school project. Completed units will be turned over to the Salvation Army for distribution to needy children at Christmastime.