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First Methodist Church Methodist Youth Fellowship Leaving For Canoe Trip, August 1972

First Methodist Church Methodist Youth Fellowship Leaving For Canoe Trip, August 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1972
Caption
MYF Makes Canoe Trip Methodist Youth Fellowship (MYF) members prepare for a two-day canoe trip to Pine River in Cadillac. Bob Bignall, Graham Wilson, Leslie Degnon and Mary Nissen (left to right) load camp gear onto the church bus in the parking lot of the First United Methodist Church, 120 S. State St. Some 30 junior and senior high schools students left Wednesday for the canoe and camping excursion and they returned Friday. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)

Children Playing with New Toys, First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, January 1962

Children Playing with New Toys, First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, January 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 17, 1962
Caption
Toys From Santa: Children who will be enrolled in the newly organized First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, located in the church at 120 S. State St., anticipate the fun they will have playing with many new toys which have been donated by Ann Arbor's Santa Claus, Albert E. Warnhoff. Caught in the act of playing with the new toys before the nursery opens on Feb. 5 are (left to right) Marcia Fox, Nancy Andrews with doll, Dana Boudreau, Kathy Ebert on the horse, and Danny Stevenson, who finds it rather hard to concentrate on that book while surrounded by playtoys.

Beam Sisters Married In Double Wedding Ceremony - August 11, 1951

Beam Sisters Married In Double Wedding Ceremony - August 11, 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 13, 1951
Caption
Sidney A. Beam is framed between his two daughters, Bonnie Lue (left), now Mrs. Harold Phillips Hinckley, and Patricia Ann (Mrs. Robert Barada), following the girls' double wedding Saturday afternoon in the First Methodist Church. Kiyoko Taira of Hawaii, on the extreme right, was a bridesmaid for Patricia Ann and Betsy Beam, center, was flower girl for both parties.