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Finch Going To Saginaw

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20
Month
June
Year
1960
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Methodists Pick Jackson Pastor

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5
Month
May
Year
1959
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Consecration Service Set At Methodist

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Day
13
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February
Year
1959
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Methodists To Honor Rev. Main

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Day
19
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April
Year
1968
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Charles Stanley Finch & Mother, Willa, On His First Birthday - January 26, 1937

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1937
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FIRST BIRTHDAY ON MICHIGAN'S CENTENNIAL DAY: Charles Stanley Finch, who is shown above with his mother, Mrs. L. LaVerne Finch of E. Huron St., is one year old today, when Michigan is observing the one-hundredth anniversary of its admission to the union of states, officially dated Jan. 26, 1837. His father is associate pastor of the First Methodist church, and Charles Stanley was named for Dr. Charles W. Brashares, pastor of the church, and the lecturer, Dr. E. Stanley Jones, to whom he was introduced when the religious leader was here last fall. Both Rev. Mr. Finch and Mrs. Finch are graduates of DePauw university in Indiana, and the former Boston University Theological school. Mrs. Finch is affiliated with Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.

Illness Is Fatal To W. H. Morton

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29
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April
Year
1937
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Groundbreaking for School Addition at First Methodist Church

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Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1954
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Groundbreaking ceremony for the First Methodist Church's $207,000 church school addition were held yesterday with the Rev. Merrill R. Abbey, pastor (far left)), handling the ceremonial shovel. Others taking part in the groundbreaking were (left to right): Miss Alma Goulette, a Sunday school teacher for 25 years, who is partially hidden behind the pastor; Mrs. F. Ridlen Harrell, president of the Women's Society of Christian Service; Emerson Powrie, chairman of the building committee; Stuart Abbey, president of the Youth Council; The Rev. L. LaVerne Finch, district superintendent; the Rev. Erland J. Wangdahl, associate minister; the Rev. Eugene J. Ransom, minister to students; and A. E. White, chairman of the trustees.