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Clara Hildinger With Candy She Distributes At Ypsilanti State Hospital, May 1952

Clara Hildinger With Candy She Distributes At Ypsilanti State Hospital, May 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 28, 1952
Caption
Shown with a few of the more than 4,000 pounds of candy she has distributed to patients at Ypsilanti State Hospital during the past year is Mrs. Arthur Hildinger of 120 1/2 W. Liberty St. The table is loaded with treats for just one weekly visit.

Clara Hildinger Distributes Candy Canes To Ypsilanti State Hospital Patients, January 1956

Clara Hildinger Distributes Candy Canes To Ypsilanti State Hospital Patients, January 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1956
Caption
RECEIVES AWARD FOR SERVICE: Mrs. Clara Hildinger of W. Liberty St. was presented a citation for "meritorius service" Saturday by the post of the Erwin Prieskorn Unit of the American Legion. Mrs. Hildinger began distributing candy year-round to patients at the Ypsilanti State Hospital several years ago when her husband was a patient there. She still makes weekly trips to the hospital and also makes weekly trips with candy for patients at Battle Creek Hospital where her husband is now.

Todd Hansen, Explorer Scout, & Harry Jinkerson, Ann Arbor Police Officer, Test A Metal Detector On Halloween Candy, October 1981

Todd Hansen, Explorer Scout, & Harry Jinkerson, Ann Arbor Police Officer, Test A Metal Detector On Halloween Candy, October 1981 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 26, 1981
Caption
GETTING READY - Police, with the aid of McDonald's restaurants in the area, are preparing for Halloween ghouls - the real kind. Explorer scout Todd Hansen, left, and Ann Arbor police officer Harry Jinkerson test out a metal detector officers will be using Halloween night to check out candy children are given during trick-or-treat rounds. The detectors, which can spot miniature metal particles, narcotics or drug substances, will be available at McDonald restaurants at 2000 W. Stadium Blvd., and 373 N. Zeeb Road, 3811 Carpenter Road, 4775 Washtenaw Avenue in Ypsilanti, 16 Ecorse Road in Ypsilanti, and 7847 E. Michigan Ave. in Saline. The restaurants will also have a surprise for each child.

Razor Blade Found In Candy Bar

Razor Blade Found In Candy Bar image
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November
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1987
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Father John Paul and Candy House To Be Raffled, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, December 1973

Father John Paul and Candy House To Be Raffled, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, December 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1973
Caption
Practical Work of Art Fr. John Paul's work of art is very practical. It's edible. The pastor of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 414 N. Main St., says he has made such houses out of candy for the past "eight or nine Christmases" at parishes he has worked at. this is his first Christmas at St. Nicholas. The house has a cardboard base. Frosting and all types of hard candy is then applied. The house is fragile but will become less so as the frosting hardens. But it will still be edible. The house is being raffled off on Sunday and proceeds will benefit the church's Sunday School. (Ann Arbor News photo by Jack Stubbs)

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.