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Dexter Public School Second Graders In Hansel And Gretel, May 1937

Dexter Public School Second Graders In Hansel And Gretel, May 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1937
Caption
DEXTER PUPILS PRESENT PLAY: Above is shown a scene from the production of Hansel and Gretel by pupils of the second grade, Dexter public school of which Miss Thelma Sortor is teacher. Back row, left to right, are Jack Peterson, Jack Bell, Betty Van Natter, Alice Gregory and Ruth Lillie, gingerbread children; and Nancy Utsler, Ruthe Lillie, Dorothy Bauer, Betty Schedt, Mary Steptoe, Hazel Jameson and Enid Barbier, fairies. In the front row, left to right, are Joyce Herman as witch; Carol Shaw as Gretel; Tommy Bennett as Hansel; Betty Lou Moore as mother; Donald Stanbo as father; and John Widmayer as sandman.

Dexter Boys Drinking Cider At Otto Wagner Mill, October 1935

Dexter Boys Drinking Cider At Otto Wagner Mill, October 1935 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 23, 1935
Caption
Above is a group of Dexter boys who are always on hand when free, sweet cider flows from a 50-gallon barrel at the Otto Wagner mill, along the Huron river. In one afternoon these boys, together with other groups, consumed 16 gallons of free cider. The proprietor says that the boys would be there yet, with upturned mugs, the facial as well as the glass varieties, if it hadn't been necessary to close up the mill for the night. The boys shown in the picture are, reading from left to right: Charles Mosher, Jack Wall, Alvin Kolander, Arthur Bell, James Bell, and Vincent La Rosa.