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Ann Arbor High School sewing class students Betty Whitchurch and Sherrill Sparks model outfits made for a style show, April 1953

Ann Arbor High School sewing class students Betty Whitchurch and Sherrill Sparks model outfits made for a style show, April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1953
Caption
Ann Arbor High School girls demonstrated their skill with needle and thread at a style show for Slauson and Tappan Junior High School girls yesterday. The girls made their clothing in classes taught by Miss Linda Eberbach and Miss Mildred Peterson.... At right, Betty Whitchurch shows her linen afternoon dress, and a spring suit with plain skirt and striped jacket are worn by Sherrill Sparks.

Ann Arbor High School sewing class student Shirley Driver models an outfit made for a style show, April 1953

Ann Arbor High School sewing class student Shirley Driver models an outfit made for a style show, April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1953
Caption
Ann Arbor High School girls demonstrated their skill with needle and thread at a style show for Slauson and Tappan Junior High School girls yesterday. The girls made their clothing in classes taught by Miss Linda Eberbach and Miss Mildred Peterson.... Shirley Driver (center) models a dress in chambray.

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April
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1974
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Eine Froeliche Zeit Was Had By All At City Hall

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1965
Caption
Eine Froeliche Zeit Was Had By All At City Hall - Ann Arbor High School students sang Christmas carols in German last night at City Hall during a Tuebingen - Ann Arbor People-to-People get-together. Prof. Georg Melchers, director of the Max Planck Institute for Biology in Tuebingen and guest of honor, joined in. It was announced that 10,000 Yule cards made by local school pupils will go to children in Ann Arbor's sister city in Germany. Gifts were presented to Melchers.