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Harry Groomes Dies At Age 70

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20
Month
March
Year
1956
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Construction of West Side Methodist Church Educational Building, July 1959

Construction of West Side Methodist Church Educational Building, July 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 3, 1959
Caption
Construction Proceeds: This is the exterior of the educational building of the West Side Methodist Church at 900 S. Seventh St. When completed the end of next month, it will include a chapel and parlor, two offices, 22 classrooms and a kitchenette. Construction and furnishing cost of the 110x42-foot structure is $150,000. Niethammer-McDowell Construction Co. is the contractor, while the architectural firm is Colvin, Robinson & Wright.

West Side Methodist Church's New Educational Building, January 1960

West Side Methodist Church's New Educational Building, January 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1960
Caption
New Unit: Modern design is apparent in the exterior (above) of the new $150,000 educational wing of the West Side Methodist Church at 900 S. Seventh St. One of the classrooms (below) shows that there is plenty of space and natural light. This room also may be used for social purposes. The building will be consecrated Sunday.

West Side Methodist Church's New Educational Building, January 1960

West Side Methodist Church's New Educational Building, January 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1960
Caption
New Unit: Modern design is apparent in the exterior (above) of the new $150,000 educational wing of the West Side Methodist Church at 900 S. Seventh St. One of the classrooms (below) shows that there is plenty of space and natural light. This room also may be used for social purposes. The building will be consecrated Sunday.

Pam Earl, Mrs. Bernice Wheeler, and Dennis Smith Furnish Youth Room at Westside Methodist Church, March 1972

Pam Earl, Mrs. Bernice Wheeler, and Dennis Smith Furnish Youth Room at Westside Methodist Church, March 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1972
Caption
Mrs. Wheeler Guides Teens Pam Earl, left, Mrs. Wheeler and Dennis Smith are among the youths and youth counselors at West Side United Methodist who are furnishing a youth room at the church. The youth let Mrs. Wheeler help, she says.

West Side Methodist Country Festival Decoration, October 1967

West Side Methodist Country Festival Decoration, October 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1967
Caption
Bizarre Bazaar Lady This life-size "granny" is one of the many attractions which will be seen at the West Side Methodist Church's fall Country Festival scheduled for Friday from 1 to 9 p.m. The fund-raising event will feature a chicken broil to be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. There also will be a bakery, gift shoppe, sweet shoppe, farm pantry and a junk emporium to delight visitors.

Jellies for West Side Methodist Church Thanksgiving Festival, November 1965

Jellies for West Side Methodist Church Thanksgiving Festival, November 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 15, 1965
Caption
Jellies For The Bazaar Would-be jam and jelly tasters, John and Susan Townsend, gladly help their mother, Mrs. Theodore Townsend of South Seventh Street, pack jars for Friday's Thanksgiving Festival at West Side Methodist Church. Mrs. Townsend is the wife of the church's minister of education and youth. Worship services will be part of the event.