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Mimi Cotzin, Winner of Short Story Contest, December 1986

Mimi Cotzin, Winner of Short Story Contest, December 1986 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1986
Caption
Mimi Cotzin's story won first-place in a short-story contest.

Steven Creps Wins A New Car Through Kline's Department Store, December 1970

Steven Creps Wins A New Car Through Kline's Department Store, December 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1973
Caption
'New Sleigh' For Christmas. Steven J. Creps, 19, of Milan, receives keys to his "new sleigh," a white 1971 Gremlin, from Walter Stein, regional sales manager for Interwoven Socks while Ed Sanchez, men's buyer for Kline's Department Store, looks on. Creps, who registered at Kline's, won the auto in a nationwide contest sponsored by Interwoven.

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.

Jones School Student Marion Martin Prepares for Red Cross Poster Contest, March 1944

Jones School Student Marion Martin Prepares for Red Cross Poster Contest, March 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1944
Caption
Even during periods of war and disaster the Red Cross does not forget the safety of civilians in their homes, or on the farm, and on March 11 and 12 the organization will sponsor an exhibition of safety posters made by students of Ann Arbor schools. Marion Martin, a 9A student at Jones school, is pictured above, working on her entry for the contest, emphasizing safety in the home. Marion is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin of 707 Moore St.

Richard Tobias, winner of the "Why I Like My Dad" essay contest, June 1955

Richard Tobias, winner of the "Why I Like My Dad" essay contest, June 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 10, 1955
Caption
WINNER AND DAD: Eleven-year-old Richard Tobias, the winner in this week's "Why I Like My Dad" contest, chats with his father, T. Nelson Tobias at their home at 1616 Brooklyn Ave. Richard's letter won over some 120 others. The third and final contest closes next Wednesday.