Press enter after choosing selection

Molly Meade at the Community High Lottery, March 1998

Molly Meade at the Community High Lottery, March 1998 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 12, 1998
Caption
Molly Meade came to the Community High Lottery prepared. While some of her closest friends will be going to Community High, Meade's name came up far down the waiting list. She will likely be going to Pioneer.

Mayor Brown Selects Purchaser Of Home Built By High School Students, December 1946

Mayor Brown Selects Purchaser Of Home Built By High School Students, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1946
Caption
MAYOR PICKS NAME OF HOUSE WINNER: Mayor William E. Brown jr., smiling broadly, draws the first name out of the hat in the "lottery" for the house on Mt. Pleasant Ave. First name drawn was that of Marinus M. Hinckley of 210 W. Washington St. who thus had first choice at buying the $13,000 five-room home built by high school students. Holding the hat is John H. Stueckemann, who supervised the project. Left to right, others in the picture are Walter Anicka, architect of the house; William C. Walz, president of the Ann Arbor Federal Savings & Loan Association; and R. A. Silverstone, high school vocational co-ordinator.

Charles Woolcott, Barber In Milan, $50,000 Michigan Lottery Winner, October 6, 1973

Charles Woolcott, Barber In Milan, $50,000 Michigan Lottery Winner, October 6, 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1973
Caption
Charles Woolcott went to work in his Milan barber shop Friday despite winning $50,000 in the Michigan lottery the day before. Woolcott said he would use the money "to pay bills."

Katherine Gerstler Signs Up For Lottery Superdraw At Eastern Michigan University, December 13, 1974

Katherine Gerstler Signs Up For Lottery Superdraw At Eastern Michigan University, December 13, 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 13, 1974
Caption
Mrs. Katherine Gerstler of Ann Arbor signs up for lottery superdrawing which was held Thursday at Eastern Michigan University. A merchandising assistant at K-Mart, Mrs. Gerstler won $10,000, the minimum given away during the superdrawing. She and her husband have four children and six grandchildren. The $200,000 winner was Arthur Redman of Okemos. Other winners splitting the $305,000 in prizes: Mrs. Katherine T. Densmore of Plymouth, $50,000; Norman R. Stuck of Saginaw, $25,000, and Manuel Lomas of Saginaw and John Stone of Chicago, both $10,000.

Doris Mida & Husband Show Off Large Check For Winning Million Dollar Michigan Lottery, March 17, 1986

Doris Mida & Husband Show Off Large Check For Winning Million Dollar Michigan Lottery, March 17, 1986 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 17, 1986
Caption
"I know the Lord has this plan for me, " said Doris Mida, 59, the Ypsilanti community activist who became the Michigan Lottery's newest millionaire Saturday when she won the "Winter Windfall" and the guarantee of $1,000 a week for life. Her most immediate charitable plans are to repay the college scholarships her son is receiving and to set up a nursing scholarship "because my mother was a nurse." Mida is active int he First Baptist Church, American Legion Auxillary and does volunteer work at both St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and the Veterans Administration Hospital.

Pedro Cruz Shows Off Lottery Card That Gives Him A Chance To Win Millions, January 6, 1978

Pedro Cruz Shows Off Lottery Card That Gives Him A Chance To Win Millions, January 6, 1978 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1978
Caption
Pedro Cruz, right, beams at his good luck and shows off the lottery subscription card which made him a finalist in the Jan. 18th million dollar drawing.