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Perry School Dedication Rescheduled

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Day
15
Month
November
Year
1956
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School Officials & Guests Attend Perry School Addition Dedication, November 29, 1956

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1956
Caption
The newly named, Lawrence C. Perry School on Harriet St., was dedicated Wednesday night in the new gymnasium before a large crowd. School officials and special guests front row from left are, Rev. William P. Mooney, who lead benediction, Amos Washington, Mrs Mildred Harris, board trustees, Mrs Louise Bass, president of the school P.T.A., Dr. Arnold W. Brown, president of the school board, Rev. Thomas Smith leading invocation, Lawrence C. Perry Jr., the son of the late Lawrence Perry for whom the school was named, Dr. Clair L. Taylor, superintendent of public instruction, Charles E. Beatty, principal, Mrs Beth Milford, board member. Back row, from left, are Donald H. Porter, school business manager, Hugh Adams, trustee, Edward Kurtz, contractor, R. S. Gerganoff, architect, Judge James R. Breakey Jr., in memoriam speaker, Evart W. Ardis, superintendent of schools, Michael Bass, student council, Clyde Budd, school board and Edward Cuthbert. An open house and special music preceded the formal program.

Teacher, Louise Bass, Gets An Apple From Student, Sharon Neustadt, May 1, 1962

Teacher, Louise Bass, Gets An Apple From Student, Sharon Neustadt, May 1, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 1, 1962
Caption
It's no rare thing for a pupil to give a teacher an apple, but to have it 'broadcast' is quite unusual. Much the same thing happened to Sharon Neustadt, a student at East Junior High School. She sent a letter to Detroit radio station WXYZ, nominating her teacher, Mrs. Louise Bass, as outstanding and deserving of the station's "Apple for the Teacher" award. The letter she submitted was judged for the award, and as a result Sharon and Mrs. Bass will be saluted throughout the day tomorrow by the station. Here she delivers an apple in person.

Dr. Bass dies at age 90

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Day
18
Month
November
Year
1997
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