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Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967

Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 5, 1967
Caption
Up in the air over his new school outfit is Steven O'Neal, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street. He wears corduroy pants in the new "thick 'n thin" wale, color-matched with a ribbed turtleneck sweater. Sporting the fall look on the ground are Connie and Chris Jahnke, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jahnke of 3121 Dexter Road. Connie wears the mini-version of the elongated sweater dress in gold with green edging and the new tassled kilt socks. Her brother is quite the young man in his mid-wale corduroy slacks, and a knit turtleneck shirt with the V-insert effect. Steven will enter second grade at Northside Elementary, while the twins will be second graders at St. Thomas School. The scene is the University's Diagonal on central campus.

Lori O'Neal & Suzanne Conlin Model Back To School Fashions Outside The U Of M Physics-Astronomy Building, September 1967

Lori O'Neal & Suzanne Conlin Model Back To School Fashions Outside The U Of M Physics-Astronomy Building, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 6, 1967
Caption
Casual carefree clothes are the choice of fifth graders, Lori O'Neal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street, and Suzanne Conlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Conlin Jr. of 2228 Medford. They wage a paddle ball contest in front of the University's Physics-Astronomy Building, with Lori in a plaid butterfly pleat dress accented with fishnet stockings. Suzanne selects the ever-popular plaid kilt, with the new twist of the kilt sweater and tassled kilt socks. Lori will attend Northside Elementary School, while Suzanne is a student at St. Francis School.

Women of Bethel Toy Club Sew Dolls, October 1968

Women of Bethel Toy Club Sew Dolls, October 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1968
Caption
Sewing Christmas Toys: Sewing toys is just one task of the Bethel Toy Club, which provides Christmas gifts for needy children of this county. Mrs. James Parker (center), president of the group, Mrs. Boots Anthony (right), the club's founder, and Mrs. Leslie R. Bassett, a club member, sit behind stuffed dolls, products of their hours spent sewing.

Bethel Toy Club Hosts Christmas Party at the Ann Arbor Community Center, December 1969

Bethel Toy Club Hosts Christmas Party at the Ann Arbor Community Center, December 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1969
Caption
Christmas Party Called Best: The annual Christmas party for needy youngsters held yesterday by the Bethel Toy Group at the Ann Arbor Community Center was the best yet, officials of the organization agreed. Left to right is Santa Claus, played by Dr. Frizell Vaughn; Mrs. Nancy Anthony, who founded the Toy Group; Police-Community Relations Lt. Kenneth B. Klinge; Mrs. James Anderson, president of the group; and Mrs. Lee Jones, appearing as Mrs. Santa Claus.

Toy Fair at the Jewish Community Center, November 1988

Toy Fair at the Jewish Community Center, November 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1988
Caption
BABES IN TOYLAND: 2-year-old Kiera Wiatrak peruses the Hanukkah table trying to decide which is the most appropriate toy for her needs. Kiera and dozens of other youngsters were on hand for the Toy Fair at the Jewish Community Center in Ann Arbor Wednesday. Exhibitors and sales people from various stores offered their holiday wares which included Hanukkah decorations. Benefits from the toy sale help support the Jewish Community Center.

Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
GAME TIME: The croquet game in progress at Burns Park is but one of numerous daily supervised activities being offered to children under a city-wide summer recreation program that ends Aug. 9. Burns Park and Allmendinger and West Parks are supervised daily from 10 a.m. until dark, along with Wines Field and Summit Playground.

Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
CHECKER MATES: These youthful checker players and their rooters are among hundreds of school-free children on vacation who took advantage yesterday of supervised summer play at Burns Park, while keeping "cool" beneath shade trees. Games, arts and crafts and other activities are now being offered daily at six city playgrounds.