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Martha Gidos & John Swisher Work With Clay On Their First Day Of Kindergarten, September 1948

Martha Gidos & John Swisher Work With Clay On Their First Day Of Kindergarten, September 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1948
Caption
LOOK WHAT I'M MAKING: Martha Gidos shows whatever it is she's making out of modeling clay to her table partner, John Swisher, during the first day of kindergarten at Tappan Junior High School. Their teacher is Miss Geneva Satterthwaite.

Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergarten Class Enjoys A Piñata at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957

Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergarten Class Enjoys A Piñata at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1957
Caption
SWING AND A MISS: Miss Geneva Satterthwaite's kindergarten class at Burns Park School had a rare treat yesterday when a classmate, Ronald Scott, 5, brought a Mexican pinata to school. Here, one of the youngsters, blindfolded, takes a swing at the pinata, a paper-decorated container filled with candy, as Ronald's sister, Carol Anne Scott, 10, (far left) jerks it up out of the way by means of a rope. Hitting the pinata is a Mexican Yule custom.

Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergartners Scramble for Piñata Candy at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957

Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergartners Scramble for Piñata Candy at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1957
Caption
DIRECT HIT! This was the general scene after a kindergartner broke open the swaying pinata and scattered candy over the ground. The Scott youngsters' parents, Prof. and Mrs. Raymond Scott, brought the pinata back with them after he spent a year teaching at the University of Mexico.