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Perry School Dedication Rescheduled

Perry School Dedication Rescheduled image
Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
November
Year
1956
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Perry School Addition To Be Open Monday

Perry School Addition To Be Open Monday image
Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
November
Year
1956
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Eugene C. Beatty Greets Korean War Vet Robert W. Fletcher, August 1953

Eugene C. Beatty Greets Korean War Vet Robert W. Fletcher, August 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1953
Caption
NERVOUS BUT HAPPY: Thin and slightly nervous, but very happy, is Pfc. Robert W. Fletcher of Ypsilanti (left), first Washtenaw county prisoner of war to be returned from a North Korean prison camp. Here he converses with Eugene C. Beatty (right), principal of Ypsilanti's Harriet School, while his mother, Mrs. Mae Woodson (left), looks on. Friends and relatives surround Fletcher, who was formally welcomed in ceremonies this morning in front of the American Legion Post 408 Home on Worden St.

Charles Eugene Beatty & Mrs. Clyde Vick With New Intercom System At Perry School, February 26, 1958

Charles Eugene Beatty & Mrs. Clyde Vick With New Intercom System At Perry School, February 26, 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 26, 1958
Caption
Charles Eugene Beatty, Perry School Principal instructs his secretary, Mrs. Clyde Vick on the proper operation of the new intercommunication system which was installed in Perry School last fall. The instrument was paid for jointly by the Board of Education and the Parent-Teacher Association. Four schools have installed such equipment to be used as a new teaching aid.

School Officials & Guests Attend Perry School Addition Dedication, November 29, 1956

School Officials & Guests Attend Perry School Addition Dedication, November 29, 1956 image
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.