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Civic Leaders At The 37th Annual Ann Arbor Chamber Of Commerce Banquet, February 1957

Civic Leaders At The 37th Annual Ann Arbor Chamber Of Commerce Banquet, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 7, 1957
Caption
ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS: These are some of the civic leaders who participated in the 37th annual Chamber of Commerce banquet last night. They are (front row, left to right) Russell O'Neil, director of systems planning for the Bendix Aviation Corp.; Gage R. Cooper, last year's Chamber president; Malcolm Ferguson, president of Bendix; and Thomas C. Anderson, vice-president of production and engineering for Parke Davis & Co. In the top row are (left to right) Mayor William E. Brown, jr.; George Wedemeyer, 1957 Chamber president; City Administrator Guy C. Larcom, jr.; and University vice-president Wilbur K. Pierpont.

Myra P. Dennis, Nan Dennis, and Janice E. Ingebrigtsen Plan Mother-Daughter Banquet at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, April 1968

Myra P. Dennis, Nan Dennis, and Janice E. Ingebrigtsen Plan Mother-Daughter Banquet at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1968
Caption
Old And The New Getting ready to take an "Old-Fashioned Walk" Friday night at the mother-daughter banquet of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church are Mrs. Harold E. Dennis (left), banquet co-chairman, her daughter Nan, and Mrs. Jon Ingebrigtsen, program committee chairman. Today's mini walking fashions are quite a contrast to Nan's old-fashioned attire. The banquet theme recognizes the church's 75th anniversary.

Banquet Honoring Rev. Henry O. Yoder, October 1967

Banquet Honoring Rev. Henry O. Yoder, October 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1967
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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.

Heirloom Wedding Gowns Shown at Mother-Daughter Breakfast, St. Thomas Lutheran Church, May 1967

Heirloom Wedding Gowns Shown at Mother-Daughter Breakfast, St. Thomas Lutheran Church, May 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1967
Caption
Heirloom Gowns A display of heirloom wedding gowns highlighted the St. Thomas Lutheran Church mother-daughter banquet Wednesday. Mrs. Norman Houk of North lake (left) modeled the gown her mother wore in 1929. Fashioned of glory white satin and lace ruffles, it cost $3.50. Miss Janet Haab of 3710 Pleasant Lake Road modeled her great, great aunt's two-piece 1908 gown which is trimmed with blue velvet and lace.

Ruth Mackmiller and Cindy Lee Mackmiller Making Decorations for Presbyterian Church Banquet, May 1954

Ruth Mackmiller and Cindy Lee Mackmiller Making Decorations for Presbyterian Church Banquet, May 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1954
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Cindy Lee Mackmiller watched her mother, Mrs. George Mackmiller, jr., of Pear St. put finishing touches on a doll figure which will be a table favor at the Presbyterian banquet tomorrow. Mrs. Mackmiller has made the old woman in a shoe and a number of other centerpieces.

Second Annual All-Faith American Banquet, February 1952

Second Annual All-Faith American Banquet, February 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 21, 1952
Caption
The second annual all-faith Americanism banquet at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall last night brought together local representatives of the Protestant, Jewish and Catholic faiths. The group includes (l. to r.) Rev. Edwin J. Weiss, pastor of West Side Methodist Church; Rabbi Herschel Lymon of Hillel Foundation; Rubin Zeller, president of B'nai B'rith here; Leo A. Fredette, past master of Ann Arbor Masonic Lodge No. 544; and Clarence LeBeau, grand knight of the local Knights of Columbus. The three fraternal groups sponsored the dinner. Dr. Harlan H. Hatcher, University president was the speaker.