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Local Restaurant Owner Succumbs

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
February
Year
1954
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Putting their stamp on the skyline

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Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
June
Year
1987
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Washtenaw Historical Society Members Ride In The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956

Washtenaw Historical Society Members Ride In The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 1, 1956
Caption
TALLY-HO: In costumes of the late 1800's, members of the Washtenaw Historical Society ride a horse-drawn buckboard, known as a Tally-Ho, down E. Huron St. to the County Building. The parade included 11 bands from high schools throughout Washtenaw county, several antique cars, a smattering of floats and some assorted clowns.

Pie Contest at Grace Bible Church, November 1967

Pie Contest at Grace Bible Church, November 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1967
Caption
End Of A Contest The rules of the annual Sunday School contest at Grace Bible Church provided that the captain of the losing team should get a pie in the face from the winners' captain. This year the contest ended in a tie, so a flip of the coin was arranged to decide the issue. In the top picture, Jon Soper flips the coin as captains Robert Howison, left, and Herb Stuckey look on. Below, winner Stuckey's face wears a smile, and loser Howison's face is full of pie. Grace Bible Church won second-place in the statewide contest.

Pie Contest at Grace Bible Church, November 1967

Pie Contest at Grace Bible Church, November 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1967
Caption
End Of A Contest The rules of the annual Sunday School contest at Grace Bible Church provided that the captain of the losing team should get a pie in the face from the winners' captain. This year the contest ended in a tie, so a flip of the coin was arranged to decide the issue. In the top picture, Jon Soper flips the coin as captains Robert Howison, left, and Herb Stuckey look on. Below, winner Stuckey's face wears a smile, and loser Howison's face is full of pie. Grace Bible Church won second-place in the statewide contest.

Vacation School Activities at Grace Bible Church, June 1958

Vacation School Activities at Grace Bible Church, June 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1958
Caption
Does Her Studies: Evelyn Aseltine, nine-year-old student in the vacation school of Grace Bible Church, looks in the Bible for answers to questions in her workbook. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aseltine of 1015 Packard St. Programs at the various vacation schools operate by mixing fun for the children with religious instruction.

Commitment To Church Declining?

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
March
Year
1971
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