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Erwin Schenk, Mrs. Raymond Helber, and Mrs. William Strickland Record Zion Lutheran Church Sermons, August 1959

Erwin Schenk, Mrs. Raymond Helber, and Mrs. William Strickland Record Zion Lutheran Church Sermons, August 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 21, 1959
Caption
Sunday Sermon: Erwin Schenk is familiar with church recording and sound apparatus. He regulates dials as the minister speaks from the pulpit on the floor above him. The women are Mrs. Raymond Helber (left) a tape-recording volunteer and Mrs. William Strickland, president of the Women of the Zion Lutheran Church.

Frederick Sodt and Alma Josenhans Listen to Recorded Zion Lutheran Church Sermon, August 1959

Frederick Sodt and Alma Josenhans Listen to Recorded Zion Lutheran Church Sermon, August 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 21, 1959
Caption
Shut-In Goes To 'Church': Frederick Sodt, of Fountain St., retired undersheriff of Washtenaw County, hears Sunday sermons once a week. Miss Alma Josenhans, a church volunteer, listens along with him. Later she'll chat about church news.

Mrs. Emma Milcer and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Morford with Tape Recorder of Seventh Day Adventist Sermons, January 1958

Mrs. Emma Milcer and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Morford with Tape Recorder of Seventh Day Adventist Sermons, January 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 24, 1958
Caption
Sermons for Shut-Ins: Although she can't attend church, Mrs. Emma Milcer (left) now can hear sermons by her pastor, the Rev. Kenneth Strand. His sermons in the Seventh Day Adventist Church are being recorded on tape by the Missionary volunteers, church youth group planning to extend the tape-recorder service to all shut-in members of the church. Volunteer leader Monroe Morford, accompanied by Mrs. Morford, operates the recorder for Mrs. Milcer at her home. The group plans to visit all shut-ins weekly.

Harmony Can Be Bad -- Bishop

Harmony Can Be Bad -- Bishop image
Parent Issue
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10
Month
October
Year
1977
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Parent Issue
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24
Month
August
Year
1860
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Paintings by University Professor William A. Lewis at First Unitarian Church, April 1963

Paintings by University Professor William A. Lewis at First Unitarian Church, April 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 12, 1963
Caption
Paintings At Pulpit: Ann Arbor Artist William A. Lewis (right), associate professor of art at the University, and the Rev. Erwin A. Gaede, pastor of the First Unitarian Church, discuss Lewis' trilogy, titled "Notices on the Gates of Hell."