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Parent Issue
Day
9
Month
October
Year
1962
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Mormon Elders Richard Roper and Bruce King Meet With Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Klumker, February 1974

Mormon Elders Richard Roper and Bruce King Meet With Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Klumker, February 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1974
Caption
Missionaries To Ann Arbor Elders Richard Roper (from left) and Bruce King talk about the Family Home Evening Program with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Klumker in the living room of the Klumker home at 509 Potter Ave. The Klumkers are looking over the Family Home Evening Program Journal. The Klumker children are in photos in the background. Klumker is director of the Institute of Religion, student branch of the local Mormon ward. (Ann Arbor News photo by Jack Stubbs)

Word Over World Missionaries Assigned to Ann Arbor Area, November 1972

Word Over World Missionaries Assigned to Ann Arbor Area, November 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 16, 1972
Caption
Their Mission: Ann Arbor John Radley (left to right), Curtis Box, Paula Johnson and Jo Ann Stafford are Word Over the World (WOW) Ambassadors who have been assigned as missionaries to Ann Arbor. (News photo by Eck Stanger)

Missionary Rev. Robert J. Miller Returns From Ethiopia, September 1974

Missionary Rev. Robert J. Miller Returns From Ethiopia, September 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1974
Caption
Ethiopian Artifacts The Rev. Robert J. Miller at his home shows Ethiopian artifacts, including a basket used for decorative purpose and a painting of Christ with the apostles at a communion table. The Book of Psalms in front of the Rev. Mr. Miller is made from a special wood, wonza, which is used only for religious purposes. A Book of Psalms is usually carried by Orthodox priests, said the Rev. Mr. Miller. (News photo by Robert Chase)

Harold B. Curtis and Ross L. Anderson Present Book of Mormon to Mayor Wendell H. Hulcher, September 1967

Harold B. Curtis and Ross L. Anderson Present Book of Mormon to Mayor Wendell H. Hulcher, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1967
Caption
Mayor Greets Elders A copy of the Book of Mormon is presented to Mayor Wendell H. Hulcher by Elder Harold B. Curtis, Shelley, Idaho, and Elder Ross L. Anderson, Santa Ana, Calif. The elders are serving as missionaries in the Indiana-Michigan area for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon). At the age of 19, young men of the Mormon church may serve as missionaries at their own expense either in the United States or overseas. At present, these are 16,000 Mormon missionaries serving full-time.

Lutheran Women's Missionary League Women in Costumes, May 1967

Lutheran Women's Missionary League Women in Costumes, May 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 26, 1967
Caption
World Outreach Costumes worn by Mrs. Alfred Borgstede and Mrs. Walter Crosmer symbolize the missionary activities of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. They are aiding in preparations to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the league.

Preparation for Bake Sale at First Methodist Church, December 1964

Preparation for Bake Sale at First Methodist Church, December 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 8, 1964
Caption
Bake Sale Aiding Missions Breads, coffee cakes and cookies will be sold to raise money for mission work at the bake sale and coffee klatch Wednesday being jointly sponsored by three circles at the First Methodist Church. Decorating the baked goods are presidents of the cooperating groups (from left) Mrs. E. J. Wangdahl of the Hannah Circle, Mrs. Harry B. White of the Rebecca Circle and Mrs. Theodore Barnes of the Dorcas Circle.

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Mission Fair, January 1964

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Mission Fair, January 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 31, 1964
Caption
Mission Fair: This is how some of the booths at a mission fair at St. Paul's Lutheran Church look. The fair began Wednesday and will continue through tomorrow. The event is open to the public from 6 to 9:30 p.m. today and from 5 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow. A spaghetti dinner will be served tomorrow.