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William & Elizabeth Beuerle - Married 50 Years, November 1940

William & Elizabeth Beuerle - Married 50 Years, November 1940 image
Year:
1940
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, November 22, 1940
Caption:
WILLIAM BEUERLES TO BE HONORED: Mr. and Mrs. William Beuerle of Rogers Corners, Freedom township were married 50 years ago Wednesday, and a dinner will be given Sunday in their honor.

George A. Davis, Retiring Ann Arbor Park Department Employee, Paints A Bench, March 1949 Photographer: Eck Stanger

George A. Davis, Retiring Ann Arbor Park Department Employee, Paints A Bench, March 1949 image
Year:
1949
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1949
Caption:
Church groups which hold their annual picnics at West Park will miss the help of George A. Davis, veteran Park Department employe, this summer. Davis (above) is retiring today after 25 years of service with the city. He is pictured on his last day at work, painting one of the West Park benches for summer use.

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Month
February
Year
1996
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Margaret & Charles May Of Unadilla - Married 64 Years, October 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

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Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 20, 1950
Caption:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. May of Unadilla, northwest of Chelsea, will celebrate their 64th wedding anniversary Sunday. One of the five sons and daughters who will assist in the affair is Mrs. Wayne Smith, Ann Arbor school teacher. Her father is 86 and mother, 83 years old. The couple is shown above on the front porch of their home - the same home in which they were married Oct. 20, 1886.

Sarah Ann Warner, 98-Year-Old York Township Pioneer, October 1937 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Sarah Ann Warner, 98-Year-Old York Township Pioneer, October 1937 image
Year:
1937
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 21, 1937
Caption:
HER MEMORY EMBRACES NEARLY CENTURY OF COUNTY'S HISTORY: Mrs. Sarah Ann Warner, 98-year-old York township pioneer, can recall nearly a century of Washtenaw county happenings. She is the daughter of one pioneer Michigan couple and the daughter-in-law of another. The village of Mooreville got its name from a cousin of her grandfather.