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AA Fireman, John Rayburn, With Kimberly Kovac At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, April 20, 1962

AA Fireman, John Rayburn, With Kimberly Kovac At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, April 20, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 19, 1962
Caption
He saved her life: Ann Arbor Fireman John Rayburn visits little Kimberly Kovac in St. Joseph Mercy Hospital where she is recovering from a nearly fatal choking accident Monday while at play at her home, 2742 Beacon Hill Rd. Kimberly caught her snowsuit on a swing set and nearly hanged herself. Rayburn, a neighbor, off-duty at the time, saved her life by mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Kimberly was released from the hospital today.

Fifth Graders Cathy Taylor & Kimberly Kovac Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968

Fifth Graders Cathy Taylor & Kimberly Kovac Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1968
Caption
Fashion Power. Many a local mother is using the power of fashion to lure her spirited urchins away from their summer holiday back into the classroom. Appreciating mom's fashion psychology are fifth graders Cathy Taylor (left), the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Taylor of 1416 Kuehnle, and Kimberly Kovac, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kovac of 2794 Colony. Cathy, a student at Abbot School, finds her swingy wool kilt in turquoise, brown and white a perfect match for her short-sleeved turquoise turtleneck. Kim prefers the Victorian look for her classes at St. Thomas School. A frilly ruffled collar and cuffs accent her apple-green cotton dress with white dots.