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19
Month
March
Year
1982
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Mailbox for St. John's Catholic Church Christmas Bazaar, December 1960

Mailbox for St. John's Catholic Church Christmas Bazaar, December 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 1, 1960
Caption
Santa's Mail: Tommy Farrell looks a bit doubtful as he mails his letter to Santa, even if its safe delivery is assured by Snow Princess Mary Fitzharris. The Snow Princess will reign over Santa's Mailbox at the Christmas bazaar, sponsored by St. John's Catholic Church of Ypsilanti tomorrow and Saturday. Tommy is the son of Capt. and Mrs. Peter Farrell of Ypsilanti. Mr. and Mrs. Burleson Fitzharris of Ypsilanti are Mary's parents.

Lida Clark in Her Home on Fairview Center, October 1959

Lida Clark in Her Home on Fairview Center, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1959
Caption
To Exhibit Paintings: Miss Lida Clark, 93, of Ypsilanti will show some of her oil paintings at the St. Luke's Episcopal Churchwomen's Bazaar tomorrow. She is shown here near the fireplace in her home on Fairview Cr., one of the first homes built in the subdivision west of the EMU campus in 1925.

Elizabeth and Rose Marie Cohen Sew Ties for Beth Israel Sisterhood Bazaar, October 1971

Elizabeth and Rose Marie Cohen Sew Ties for Beth Israel Sisterhood Bazaar, October 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1971
Caption
Bazaar Work Keeps 'Em Busy The fact that sleigh bells and holly are weeks away hasn't stopped area women from planning traditional bazaars and holiday sales. In the picture at the left, members of Westminster Presbyterian Church select apples and cider for the annual church bazaar. A tub of polished apples, "handpicked" by. from the left, Mrs. Bruce Welch, Mrs. William Dowling and Mrs. Rankin Swan, will be featured at the country store. In addition, items ranging from baked goods to antiques to books to novelties will be available. In the picture above, Elizabeth, left, and Rose Marie Cohen put the finishing touches on a group of especially handsome handmade ties which will be sold at the Beth Israel Sisterhood bazaar. Foods, baked goods, handcrafted jewelry, pottery, Chanukah decorations and other items also will be featured, as well as a booth of white elephant "treasures."

Beth Israel Sisterhood Prepares for Bazaar, November 1969

Beth Israel Sisterhood Prepares for Bazaar, November 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 19, 1969
Caption
Bazaar Plants Readied Preparing for the Beth Israel Sisterhood's annual bazaar to be held Sunday between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. are, from the left, Mrs. William H. Jolly, Mrs. Morris J. Richman and Mrs. Jens U. Pedersen. Handmade gift items, toys, antiques, house plants, and homemade baked goods will be featured at the sale. Also available will be a selection from the work of local artisans. Demonstrations in candle-making and decoupage will be offered by members of the Sisterhood. The bazaar, which is open to the public, will be held in the congregation's Social Hall, 1429 Hill.

Candy House for Westminster Presbyterian Church Bazaar, November 1967

Candy House for Westminster Presbyterian Church Bazaar, November 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 13, 1967
Caption
Candied Quarters Bazaar booths will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Friday in Westminster Presbyterian Church, displaying items for sale including this candy house, baked goods, children's toys, holiday decorations and handiwork. Mrs. Robert E. Bowlin, Mrs. W. C. Elliott, Mrs. Rankin Swan, Mrs. Charles L. Rulfs, Mrs. John E. Wirth and Mrs. Ralph Morrill are chairmen of the booths. Proceeds from sales, from 2 to 4 p.m. tea and from the 7 to 9 p.m. dessert will enter the church's building fund. Kitchen experts will find a booth full of colorful aprons.