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Myrtle Pierson Presents A Marksmanship Trophy To Esther Stauch - March 1940 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Myrtle Pierson Presents A Marksmanship Trophy To Esther Stauch - March 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1940
Caption
WINS FIRST SHOOT IN WOMEN'S PISTOL CLASS: Mrs. George Stauch (left) of 805 Fifth St. is shown receiving a trophy from Mrs. Myrtle Pierson (right) for shooting the biggest score in the first of a series of weekly pistol matches for women. Mrs. Pierson, third ranking woman marksman in the United States, is conducting the class each Wednesday night.

Father & Daughter - Lloyd & Libby Grant, June 1958 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Father & Daughter - Lloyd & Libby Grant, June 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1958
Caption
HE'S HUGGABLE: At least that seems to be the opinion of Libby Grant, 7, of 1321 Creal Ct., as she grabs her Daddy, Lloyd R. Grant. Libby is the second week's winner in the "Why I Like My Dad" contest.

Douglas Bacon & Sarah Wackenhut With Pumpkins, October 1958 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Douglas Bacon & Sarah Wackenhut With Pumpkins, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 28, 1958
Caption
PUMPKIN SCULPTURE: Sarah Wackenhut and Douglas Bacon, both five years old, are shown preparing for the pumpkin carving contest Friday, sponsored by the Saline Child Study Club and Principal Mrs. Charles Barclay. The children themselves will select the classroom champions and adult judges, the best two in the elementary school.

Dennis Jones Presents The Mack School Halloween Pumpkin Display, October 1952

Dennis Jones Presents The Mack School Halloween Pumpkin Display, October 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1952
Caption
This array of carved and decorated pumpkins at Mack School, to be judged and awarded merchant-donated prizes as part of the Junior Chamber of Commerce's Halloween program, make up a spooky assortment. All school children have been invited to participate in the pumpkin contest and the parade and party Friday evening at the Municipal Carport. Inspecting some of the entries are Marilyn Nelson, sixth grade; Pamela Betty Rogers, kindergarten; and Dennis Jones, second grade. The parade from the high school to the Carport begins at 6:45.