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Faith McCrory, 4-H Canning Champion, November 1938

Faith McCrory, 4-H Canning Champion, November 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 30, 1938
Caption
SOUTH LYON GIRL FIRST IN CANNING: Faith J. McCrory, attractive 16-year-old South Lyon girl, is Michigan's official canning delegate at the 17th annual National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago this week. She was chosen as Michigan's "most worthy club member in canning projects," and she is shown with a few of the products with which she has won numerous prizes.

Tappan Junior High Students Conduct Nutrition Study With Rats, February 1961

Tappan Junior High Students Conduct Nutrition Study With Rats, February 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 16, 1961
Caption
REDUCING RODENTS: Mrs. Doris Taylor's home economics class at Tappan Junior High School is conducting a nutrition study through the use of rats and cafeteria food. Three kinds of food are being served the rats - a soft drink and potato chips, school lunch food with milk and school lunch food with water. The soft drink and chips-fed rats are growing weak and are expected to die. Looking at the rodents for signs of ill health are (left to right) Margo Stipe, Marilyn Martin and Sally Hogg.

Toni Everard eats a well-balanced breakfast at Roosevelt High School, September 1961

Toni Everard eats a well-balanced breakfast at Roosevelt High School, September 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1961
Caption
Miss Toni Everard, a senior at Roosevelt High School in Ypsilanti, learns that a well-balanced breakfast keeps her alert and peppy throughout her morning classes. A "quickie" morning meal can be put together in five to 10 minutes.

Mrs. Epple In Her Kitchen On Heatheridge St, July 1959

Mrs. Epple In Her Kitchen On Heatheridge St, July 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 3, 1959
Caption
Among the many efficiency spots in Mrs. Epple's home is a wooden counter area for chopping or preparing baked goods. The area is adjacent to a left-handed refrigerator which allows freedom of the right hand to place food on the counter. Above Mrs. Epple are convenient pull-out flour and sugar containers and at the right are cook books for quick references. The cooking area (not shown) and the above area both have been lowered to suit Mrs. Epple's height and to make work more relaxing. Cabinets below the counter are used for storing baking dishes.