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County Farm Water Lack Is A Worry

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
July
Year
1957
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Miss Eunice Wolf Presents Knit Robe to Mrs. Lovina Penny, July 1964

Miss Eunice Wolf Presents Knit Robe to Mrs. Lovina Penny, July 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 10, 1964
Caption
From Patients to Patients Miss Eunice Wolf (left), a receptionist in Dr. V. W. Peterson's office, presents a lap robe knit by his patients to Mrs. Lovina Penny, a patient at the Washtenaw County Hospital. Miss Wolfe read an article in The News last winter which suggested that doctors' offices provide needles and yarn for patients who wished to work on lap robes. "Boys knit, and one man knit, along with the women and girls," Miss Wolf says. The finished product has 72 blocks. In addition to the robe in the photograph, 32 cotton lap robes, made by members of the Ruth Circle of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, were given to the hospital for use by its patients.

Mrs. Burt Lutz Volunteers at Washtenaw County Hospital, June 1961 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Mrs. Burt Lutz Volunteers at Washtenaw County Hospital, June 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 29, 1962
Caption
Volunteer At Work: Mrs. Burt Lutz of 1405 Iroquois Pl. pushes Mrs. Josephine Williams' wheelchair down a corridor at Washtenaw County Hospital. Mrs. Lutz was the first chairman of a group of women from the Church of the Good Shepherd who do volunteer work at the hospital. Mrs. Williams left the hospital this Wednesday.

Children of Redeeming Love Lutheran Church Making Ornaments For Washtenaw Country Hospital, December 1956 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Children of Redeeming Love Lutheran Church Making Ornaments For Washtenaw Country Hospital, December 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1956
Caption
Gifts For Hospital: Children of Redeeming Love Lutheran Church have made miniature "stained-glass" windows as gifts for the Washtenaw County Hospital residents. Finishing their work are Karen Reisinger, Connie Dahms and Sherrie Omerso.

Needlework Guild Sets Ingathering

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Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
November
Year
1962
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20,000 March of Dimes Fundraiser Letters Delivered To Ann Arbor Post Office, December 1961 Photographer: Duane Scheel

20,000 March of Dimes Fundraiser Letters Delivered To Ann Arbor Post Office, December 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1969
Caption
Dimes March Letters: About 20,000 letters asking support for the 1962 March of Dimes campaign for the National Foundation were delivered yesterday to the Ann Arbor Post Office. Making a last-minute check is Nancy McArtor of 1138 Lincoln Ave., Tappan Junior High School Student Council secretary. About 150 students at Tappan, Slauson and Forsythe Junior High Schools, plus firemen at the E. Stadium Blvd. station, addressed envelopes. The campaign mail is in a category handled on a volume basis, and Washtenaw County Hospital patients aided in counting envelopes.

Washtenaw County Hospital Patients Fill Envelopes for March of Dimes Fundraiser, December 1962 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Washtenaw County Hospital Patients Fill Envelopes for March of Dimes Fundraiser, December 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1962
Caption
Dimes March Letters: Letters asking for support for the 1963 March of Dimes campaign for the National Foundation will be mailed to area residents the early part of next month. Above, Mrs. Mildred Perry, program coordinator at Washtenaw County Hospital (standing), supervises the filling of envelopes by hospital patients (from left), Clayton Van Cleaf, Mrs. Hattie Holter, Martin Noll, Wendall Derbyshire, Tom Wheeler and Herman Pieper. Patients of the hospital performed the same volunteer service last year for the campaign.

Flower Power? Therapy Ideas Shared

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Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
April
Year
1968
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