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Rev. Yoder To End Long Ministry

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Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
April
Year
1968
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Rev. H. O. Yoder To Be Honored

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
March
Year
1952
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Rev. H. O. Yoder Resigns Post

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Day
5
Month
October
Year
1945
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Banquet Honoring Rev. Henry O. Yoder, October 1967 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Banquet Honoring Rev. Henry O. Yoder, October 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1967
Caption
50th Anniversary Year Observed Resigning from fulltime Lutheran student ministry, the Rev. Dr. Henry O. Yoder (left) was honored with his wife and Miss Emma Schmid, his secretary since 1938, at a banquet Saturday in the Michigan Union. Dr. Yoder began serving National Lutheran Council students at the University's Lutheran Student Center in 1932.

Rev. Kiyoshi Hirai Visits Lutheran Student Center, July 1957 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Rev. Kiyoshi Hirai Visits Lutheran Student Center, July 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 26, 1957
Caption
Japan's Church Leader: The Rev. Henry O. Yoder (left), pastor of the Lutheran Student Center, listens as the Rev. Kiyoshi Hirai talks to a group of local ministers and laymen at a reception sponsored by the center and Mrs. Doris R. Rumman, Protestant religious counselor for international students at the University. Dr. Hirai is executive secretary of the National Christian Council of Japan, which includes all Protestant churches there.

Robert Noehren with Organ He Built, Lutheran Student Center, November 1955 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Robert Noehren with Organ He Built, Lutheran Student Center, November 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1955
Caption
New Organ Set For Dedication: Robert Noehren plays the organ he has recently finished building at the Lutheran Student Center, Forest Ave. at Hill St., which will be dedicated tomorrow evening. Noehren will play the organ at the dedication ceremonies, set for 7 p.m.