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Jones School Student Marion Martin Prepares for Red Cross Poster Contest, March 1944

Jones School Student Marion Martin Prepares for Red Cross Poster Contest, March 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1944
Caption
Even during periods of war and disaster the Red Cross does not forget the safety of civilians in their homes, or on the farm, and on March 11 and 12 the organization will sponsor an exhibition of safety posters made by students of Ann Arbor schools. Marion Martin, a 9A student at Jones school, is pictured above, working on her entry for the contest, emphasizing safety in the home. Marion is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin of 707 Moore St.

Red Cross Home Nursing Class Is Held at Jones School, December 1950

Red Cross Home Nursing Class Is Held at Jones School, December 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1950
Caption
FIRST HOME NURSING CLASS FINISHES: The first Red Cross home nursing class to be given under the Washtenaw county civil defense program was completed last night at Jones School. Two more are now in progress in Dexter, and others will be organized throughout the county as rapidly as possible, the Red Cross has announced. Mrs. Oliver Stirling, jr., taught the class. The class, shown (left to right), was composed of Mrs. Guy W. Talmage, Mrs. Reuben Hartman, Mrs. Betty Peer, Mrs. Harry Carver, Mrs. Donald Schmidt, Mrs. Olga Logan, Miss Corrintha C. Salsbury, Mrs. James Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Stirling, Mrs. Richard Hayden and Mrs. Ernest Katz. The figure in the bed is a dummy used for demonstrations in the nursing course.

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares and Sue Pierce (both representing the county outside Ann Arbor) at the Conclusion of the Red Cross Fund Drive, April 1, 1944

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares and Sue Pierce (both representing the county outside Ann Arbor) at the Conclusion of the Red Cross Fund Drive, April 1, 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1944
Caption
Well, That Job Is Done! Well, we of Washtenaw county have done it again! We have put over our Red Cross drive in a really big way. Today the audited county total stood at $114,544. That's $22,044, or 23 per cent, beyond our quota of $92,500. And the returns are not yet all in although the campaign closed officailly last midnight. And here are Laddie Ann Arbor and the two Lassies County--who have helped to spur on Givers and Workers by marking up day by day the returns from city and outlying towns and rural districts--to join happily in the celebration as they finish their job. Laddie Ann Arbor has marked up 35 1/2 "$" signs, each representing $2,000 for a total of $70,976. That's $9,476 or 15 per cent beyond the city's $61,500 quota. The two Lassies County--the Original Lassie, and the second Lassie County who took the place of the Original Lassie when the latter was kept at home by an untimely attack of chicken pox--have marked up 22 "$" signs, for a total of $43,568, which puts the county outside Ann Arbor $12,568, or 40 per cent beyond its quota of $31,000. The News is appreciative of the eager, smiling, and very real help that has been given by the three six-year old kiddies, all of the First Grade, Perry school. Laddie Ann Arbor is Campbell Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Smith, 430 Cross St. Original Lassie County (at the right( is Saundra Wares, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Wares, 1026 Green St. The second Lassie County is Sue Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Pierce, 327 South Division St. Perry school authorities and parents were most co-operative in making their service available.

Scout Spends Own Money In Storm Aid

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12
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May
Year
1959
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Massive Dig-Out Is On

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Parent Issue
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29
Month
January
Year
1978
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