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League Of Women Voters Begin Finance Drive, September 1959

League Of Women Voters Begin Finance Drive, September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1959
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DRIVE BEGINS: To defray expenses of League of Women Voters publications, solicitors began their finance drive yesterday in Ann Arbor. Their goal is $2,800. The latest of LWV "voters service" publications is a 50-page pamphlet titled, "Know Your County."

League Of Women Voters Wear Hats Related To Study Group Subjects, September 1959

League Of Women Voters Wear Hats Related To Study Group Subjects, September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 1, 1959
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HATS TELL STORY: Resource chairmen attending yesterday's meeting of the League of Women Voters in the Women's City Club chose appropriate headgear to dramatize the subjects their groups will study. Mrs. Gale Jensen (left) wore a becoming little "fountain bird bath," complete with birds to illustrate her study item, water resources. Mrs. Peter Olmstead (right), who is resource chairman for international affairs, wears a hat representing the Watusi tribe of Africa and their chief source of income, longhorn cattle. The long antlers are decorated with white and blue beads.

Barbara Lou Eddy - Ann Arbor DeMolay Chapter Sweetheart, September 1942

Barbara Lou Eddy - Ann Arbor DeMolay Chapter Sweetheart, September 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1942
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DeMOLAY SWEETHEART: Miss Barbara Lou Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Eddy, 1407 White St., will be 19 years old tomorrow. On Saturday she will represent the Ann Arbor DeMolay chapter at a district contest in Monroe as the local DeMolay "sweetheart." The winner will compete in a state DeMolay "sweetheart" contest in Detroit next month.

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1960
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IT'S A LOAD: After weeks of stuffing and stamping envelopes, the thousand letters from the League of Women Voters, are finally on their way to the post office for the beginning of the League's annual finance campaign. Mrs. William Morse (left) and Mrs. Warren Smith will mail the envelopes, take a deep sigh of relief and plunge into another project.

Jo Jo The Clown Entertains At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club Water Circus, July 1962

Jo Jo The Clown Entertains At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club Water Circus, July 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1962
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CLOWNING AROUND: "Jo-Jo" the clown is about to fall off the diving board of the Chippewa Hills Swimming and Tennis Club as he clowns for these young swimmers at the club's "circus" held Saturday at the pool. Left to right, the clown is Lee Wittle, son of the Eugene L. Wittles of Morton Ave.; and swimmers are Steven Munger, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Munger of Oxford St., Ypsilanti; Fred and Vicki Stoll, children of the Ulrich Stolls of Circle Dr.; and Robby Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thompson of Benjamin St.

Swimmers Play Catch At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club, July 1962

Swimmers Play Catch At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club, July 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1962
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WATER PLAY: Enjoying a rather damp game of ball are (left to right) Lorie Otis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin J. Otis, jr., of Ellis Rd., Ypsilanti; Jackie Roesch, daughter of the Milton D. Roesches of Linden Ct., Ypsilanti; and Anita Ferrer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicomedes Ferrer of W. Normal St., Ypsilanti. The girls' parents are members of the Chippewa Hills Swimming and Tennis Club, and they have made great use of the club's pool during the summer.