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Contract Signed For New Labor Union At King-Seeley Corp, November 1951

Contract Signed For New Labor Union At King-Seeley Corp, November 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1951
Caption
Representatives of King-Seeley Corp. and the UAW-CIO yesterday signed the first union contract ever negotiated for workers at the K-S Ann Arbor and Scio plants. Present at the formal signing ceremony were (seated) A. Neil Gustine, K-S president; Webb A. Magnor, UAW-CIO international representative; and (standing, left to right) Edward Hamel (union), Royal Baker (union), R. W. Berkeley (company), W. W. Lewis (company), John Taylor (company), Arthur Berarducci (union), Lilian Tinsley (union), Oliver Johnson (union), Luella Mueller (union), William Flowers (union), Margaret Young (union), William Young (union) and William Hatchett (union).

Mrs. John G. Young and Daughters Carol and Margaret Model Aprons, October 1951

Mrs. John G. Young and Daughters Carol and Margaret Model Aprons, October 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1951
Caption
Model Mother- Daughter Aprons Mother-daughter aprons are modeled by Mrs. John G. Young of Oakland Ave and her seven-and-a-half-year-old twin daughters, Carol (left) and Margaret. The aprons are among articles featured at the fall festival which the Women's Association of the First Presbyterian Church is holding Thursday at the church. Carol and Margaret seem to approve of two of the dolls which have been dressed by members for sale at the festival. The festival will open at 1 p.m.