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Kim DeHenau Enjoys Her Pioneer High School Office Decorated For Mother's Day By Her Daughter, May 1984

Kim DeHenau Enjoys Her Pioneer High School Office Decorated For Mother's Day By Her Daughter, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1984
Caption
SURPRISE, MOM - When Genne DeHenau told her mother she was going to run some errands Thursday, her mom didn't think she intended to do some work in the assistant principal's office at Pioneer High School. But the 17-year-old Huron High School student, with the help of a custodian, got into the office where her mother works. Genne's mother, Kim, is a secretary for Jim Clark, assistant principal at Pioneer, and Genne wanted to wish her a happy mother's day by surprising her with some interior decorating.

Belgian Prelate Sees Hope For Unity

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
August
Year
1976
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Pick Values Carefully Charismatics Urged

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
October
Year
1977
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Mount Holyoke Chorus to Perform

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
March
Year
1978
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Mount Holyoke Alumnae Meet

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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
September
Year
1983
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Pioneer High Class of 1919 Living Memorial, October 1969

Pioneer High Class of 1919 Living Memorial, October 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1969
Caption
Pioneer High School students Mark Edwards (left front)) and Mike Jones are shown here planting one of the approximately 20 trees presented to the high school yesterday as a "Living Memorial" to the 1919 graduating class of Ann Arbor High School. The trees have been planted near the main entrance driveway off Stadium Blvd., together with a granite marker inscribed by the 1919 class. The trees were planted by members of the conservation classes at Pioneer. In the background are three of the graduates of 1919. They are (from left) Hudson T. Morton, Mrs. Leonard W. Wing and Ralph W. Muncy. The tree being planted is a witch hazel.

Little League Baseball, August 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 3, 1969
Caption
A batter in the 9-Year League doesn't have to be able to hit a breaking pitch to stay in the lineup. Young fellows like Paul Starr of the Dixboro Dragons swing at a baseball teed up by catcher Andy Logan of the Buckeyes