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Parent Issue
Day
25
Month
October
Year
1977
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Stella Swope With Her Halloween Pumpkin Camper, October 1975

Stella Swope With Her Halloween Pumpkin Camper, October 1975 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Daily Press, October 30, 1975
Caption
A FEMALE JACK-O-LANTERN FACE - Mrs. Patrick Swope of 6797 Textile Rd. had that in mind when she designed this cover for the camping trailer she and her husband own. She dyed two 16-ft. bed sheets tangerine and then sewed them together. She then drew a feminine pumpkin face, complete with toothy smile, long eye lashes and curly hair framing a rotund face. The Swopes have the decorated camper displayed in their yard with a paper skeleton dangling from a short smoke stake mounted on the trailer top. (Press Photo)

Tracy Jackson Rides Bicycle Through Flooding at Pittsfield Village, June 1989

Tracy Jackson Rides Bicycle Through Flooding at Pittsfield Village, June 1989 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, June 2, 1989
Caption
Tracy Jackson, 10, of Pittsfield Township, takes a cool bike ride through the ready-made lake behind Village Townhomes caused by a water main break Thursday.

Preparation for Gymnastics Class, June 1991

Preparation for Gymnastics Class, June 1991 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, June 10, 1991
Caption
Keisha Franklin gets stretching pointers from instructor Jamie Nieman as they warm up to gymnastics, one of the new programs created by the Ypsilanti Recreation Department at the Parkridge Community Center.

Booker T. Word Signs Autographs at Parkridge Community Center, June 1990

Booker T. Word Signs Autographs at Parkridge Community Center, June 1990 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, June 27, 1990
Caption
Booker T Word, the United States Boxing Association Light Heavyweight Champion, signs autographs Tuesday evening at the Parkridge Community Center for a group of nearly 50 children from Ypsilanti Resource Center Youth Athletic and Academic Skills Development Program. Word, a Willow Run High School graduate, shared his experience of growing up in a rough neighborhood and making the right choices by staying away from drugs to achieve his goals.