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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.

Beverley Stierle, left, and Julia Ross, show off their pets for the Bach school pet show, June 1944

Beverley Stierle, left, and Julia Ross, show off their pets for the Bach school pet show, June 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1944
Caption
'PERK' MEETS 'DEXTER'--But "Dexter," the seven-week-old pet pig, seems somewhat disdainful and ignores the apparent friendliness of "Perk," week-old pet kid, who is happily snuggled in the arms of his little mistress, Beverley Stierle (left), of 1029 Woodbridge Blvd. Much interested in her pet's piggish antics is Julia Ross (right), of 616 W. Madison St. The girls, Bach school pupils, entered "Perk" and "Dexter" in the Bach school pet show which boasted 10 animal species. Mrs. Florence Hiscock was the teacher in charge.

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Valentine Post Office At Northside School, February 1957

Valentine Post Office At Northside School, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1957
Caption
READY FOR VALENTINE'S DAY: Youngsters in Mrs. Bert Whalen's second grade class at Northside School are operating their own Valentine Post Office for the distribution of the won't-you-be-mine cards. Linda Jane Ellis (far left) and Kyle Kittleson line up to post their Valentines with Carolyn Ann Ross, who is serving as postmistress at the moment.

Bach School Kindergartners Make Pudding For Valentines Day - February 14, 1956

Bach School Kindergartners Make Pudding For Valentines Day - February 14, 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1956
Caption
PARTY PREPARATION: This is the day for hearts and cupids and poetry and parties and school youngsters across the city were busy exchanging cards and having special Valentine Day celebrations. In Bach School this morning, our photographer caught these members of a kindergarten class deep in the serious business of making a Valentine pudding for later consumption. The girls seem to be doing the work but the middle man gets to lick the bowl. They are (left to right) Sandy Zahn, 5, of 215 Murray Ave., Larry Hulcher, 5, of 223 Crest Ave., and Judy May, 5, of 219 Bucholz Ct.

Kindergartners At Logan School Celebrate Valentines Day, February 1994

Kindergartners At Logan School Celebrate Valentines Day, February 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1994
Caption
Logan School kindergartner Gerald McKinney smiles as he reads a valentine he received from a classmate Thursday. Students in Ann Arbor celebrated Valentine's Day early, since they will be off school Friday and Monday.