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Bill Van Hettinga & Bruce McEwen Walk To Eberbach On The First Day Of School, September 1946

Bill Van Hettinga & Bruce McEwen Walk To Eberbach On The First Day Of School, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1946
Caption
TO SCHOOL IN A FOG: This morning's fog was appropriate to the occasion as Ann Arbor youngsters approached their school for another year. Among the some 4,700 pupils to enroll in city schools were Bill Van Hettinga and Bruce McEwen (above), who entered the fourth grade at Eberbach school today.

Students File Into Eberbach On The First Day Of School, September 1946

Students File Into Eberbach On The First Day Of School, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1946
Caption
SCHOOL OPENS WITH A RUSH: Eberbach pupils file into the school as the first bell of the new school year rings this morning. Although professing an unwillingness to return to classes after the summer vacation the children rushed the door at the signal.

Jimmie Tanner Lingers Outside Eberbach On The First Day Of School, September 1946

Jimmie Tanner Lingers Outside Eberbach On The First Day Of School, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1946
Caption
OH, THE TRAGEDY OF IT! The bell has rung, other pupils have entered the school, but Jimmie Tanner holds back. Vacation is over and that's Eberbach school in the background where Jimmie will have to sit in the sixth grade this year. Said Jimmie, "If you got the school in the picture you've made a great mistake."

Eberbach School Children Admire Valentines Day Decorations, February 1951

Eberbach School Children Admire Valentines Day Decorations, February 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 13, 1951
Caption
Tomorrow's a big day in Ann Arbor schools, what with giant decorated boxes containing hundreds of Valentines and classrooms decorated to the hilt with heart cut-outs. Here an Eberbach School threesome take a table-level view of some of the students' work. Gay as a Valentine (left to right) are Martha Purdy, 8, of 1808 Baldwin Ave.; Sue Klaasen, 9, of 1425 E. Park Pl.; and Ricky Butts, 10, of 1413 Iroquois Pl.

Ann Arbor VFW Marbles Tournament Finalists, May 1947

Ann Arbor VFW Marbles Tournament Finalists, May 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1947
Caption
SHOOTING FOR THE LAST MARBLE: Craig Smith (at the right) of Eberbach School and Harold McRae of Northside School are shown just before Craig won the city marble championship this morning by knocking out the last marble to defeat Harold in the final match of the city tournament. Both boys are sixth-grade students. The finals of the city contests, arranged by the Graf O'Hara Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, were held in Yost Fieldhouse. The city champion will be sent to the VFW district playoffs June 7 at Eaton Rapids.

Craig Smith - Ann Arbor VFW Marbles Tournament Winner, June 1947

Craig Smith - Ann Arbor VFW Marbles Tournament Winner, June 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1947
Caption
Craig Smith of 1212 Wells St., the winner of the Veterans of Foreign Wars local marble tournament, will try his skill in the district and state VFW playoffs Saturday at Eaton Rapids. He will be a guest of the Graf O'Hara post, which sponsored the local contests. Craig is a sixth-grade student at Eberbach School.

Wines School Nearly Finished

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Month
April
Year
1957
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