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April
Year
1956
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Nancy Upson Competes At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Nancy Upson Competes At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
WON FIGURE SKATING TITLE: Although ice conditions were far from being satisfactory for the figure skaters in the city skating carnival at Wines Field Saturday, Miss Nancy Upson, shown above, won the novice title in the competition for girls.

Contestants Waiting To Start The Superior 4-H Farmers Club Pie Eating Contest, March 1936

Contestants Waiting To Start The Superior 4-H Farmers Club Pie Eating Contest, March 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1936
Caption
'ON YOUR TEETH, GET SET - BITE" - And the pie-eating contest of the Superior 4-H farmers' club, held at the home of Robert Steeb, Geddes Rd., last Friday night was under way. Above are shown the contestants, waiting and ready for the word to bite. Standing in the front row are, left to right, Arthur Vandenbosch, Dean Vandenbosch, William Carver, Donald Gill and Wayne Alber. Standing in the rear are Elsie Steeb, Jill Smith, Leona Parker and Junior McKim. Grouped between the front rows are John Smith, Elwood Parker, president of the club, Howard L. Spedding of the Kiwanis club, Wayne Spike, Wallace Vandenbosch, Sebert Hughes, William Leslie, Lucy Steeb, John Carver, Jesse Hewens and Robert Wardle.

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares (representing the county outside Ann Arbor) Show the Red Cross Drive's Daily Score, March 3, 1944

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares (representing the county outside Ann Arbor) Show the Red Cross Drive's Daily Score, March 3, 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 3, 1944
Caption
Ann Arbor is asked to give $61,500 to the Red Cross fund in the drive now on; Washtenaw county outside the city is asked to give $31,000--a county total of $92,500. Unofficial reports form the army of solicitors that went into action on Wednesday are that the people approached are giving eagerly and generously. They want to have a real share in the great work of the Red Cross. They want to feel that they are active parts of the Red Cross. But while unofficial reports show that the drive is "going strong," official reports are slow in coming in. Perhaps that's because the solicitors have been so busy gathering in contributions they haven't taken time to send them to headquarters. When these official reports really begin to come in, watch the "$" sign on the Cross begin to multiply. Each "$" sign on the Cross stand for $2,000 turned into headquarters. Thus far Ann ARbor is officially credited with $7,092, so the lad representing the city chalks up a fourth "$" sign. He still has27 to go to reach Ann Arbor's quota of $61,500. The lassie is still waiting anxiously for official returns from Ypsilanti, Milan, Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Whitmore Lake, Manchester, Bridgewater, and the rural districts of the county. She's alert to mark them down quickly when they come. Washtenaw county is going to fill that Cross with "$" signs. Watch 'em grow!

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares (representing the county outside Ann Arbor) Show the Red Cross Drive's Daily Score, March 2, 1944

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares (representing the county outside Ann Arbor) Show the Red Cross Drive's Daily Score, March 2, 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 2, 1944
Caption
Watch this Cross from day to day. It will show how the dollars are coming in from Ann Arbor and the rest of Washtenaw county in the Red Cross drive now under way. Each "$" sign marked up on the Cross represents approximately $2,000. It will take a little more than 46 "$" signs to reach Washtenaw county's quota of $92,500. It will take nearly 31 "$" signs to mark up Ann Arbor's quote of $61,500. The county outside Ann Arbor will use 15 1/2 "$" signs in reaching its quota. The lad representing Ann Arbor marked in three "$" signs today -- Indicating $5,972., the first day's returns from the city. The lassie representing the county outside Ann Arbor is poised for action, but no returns from outside the city had come into the headquarters of County Chairman Charles P. Henderson up to noon today. Come on, Everybody! Let's get the lad and lassie busy marking in "$" signs ! We can fill that cross in a hurry! Let's go!