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Mrs. George True And Children Beth, Skippy and Tim, Have Lunch, January 1963 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Mrs. George True And Children Beth, Skippy and Tim, Have Lunch, January 1963 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 10, 1963
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Mrs. George True, 1631 Avondale Ave., and her three children can serve lunch in a hurry to weekend company with no fuss...if the main dish has been made the day before and is waiting in the refrigerator until time for baking. Beth, 8, serves her mother's ham loaf with mustard sauce to Skippy, 5, (left), Tim, 2 1/2, and her mother.

Win Theater Honors

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14
Month
May
Year
1955
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'Grass Harp' Is A Lot To Lose

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Day
7
Month
December
Year
1962
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Civic Theatre Cites Its 'Star' Members

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Day
7
Month
June
Year
1965
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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1955 Awards Winners, May 1955

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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1955
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Win Theater 'Oscars': These seven members of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre received "Oscars" last night in recognition of their work during the year. Recipients (back row, left to right) were Robert Logan, best actor and best supporting actor; Eugene Conover, designer of best set; and G. Davis Sellards, chosen as the man who contributed the most to the Civic Theatre. In front row (left to right) are Mrs. Harriet B. Hamme, best supporting actress; Mrs. Beth True, best actress; Miss Jacquie Jaques, who received the T. Todd Jones award; and Miss Sue Huntley, woman who contributed the most to the theatre.