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Girls Scouts Count Money For March of Dimes, January 1955

Girls Scouts Count Money For March of Dimes, January 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 22, 1955
Caption
Count Dimes For Polio - These three Girl Scouts of Eberwhite School Troop 83 are among the many in Ann Arbor who have been counting dimes donated by pupils in the city's schools to the March of Dimes drive. The Scouts seated left to right are Linda Bandrofchak, Mary Ann Farnsworth and Kay Matzen. Behind the girls are Mrs. Douglas K. Reading (left), polio campaign chairman of the school division in the city, and Mrs. Michael Bandrofchak, Linda's mother and a leader of the troop.

Ann Arbor Mayor William E. Brown makes January official polio month, with members March of Dimes drive committee, January 1956

Ann Arbor Mayor William E. Brown makes January official polio month, with members March of Dimes drive committee, January 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 2, 1956
Caption
Polio Month Proclaimed: Mayor William E. Brown, jr., signs a proclamation making January official polio month. And, from these volunteer March of Dimes workers, he receives a "blue crutch" pin. Gathered around the mayor (from left to right) are the following workers of the Ann Arbor drive committee: Mrs. George D. Dibble, head of the drive in Ann Arbor; Harold E. Groves, jr., small corporations division; William C. Lighthall, large corporations; Mrs. Paul D. Hogg, mothers' march; Oliver Johnson, factory employees; Mrs. Roscoe O. Bonisteel, jr., special gifts; Mrs. Gerald V. Barrow, special gifts; Lauren J. Jedele, city employees; Mrs. Douglas K. Reading, schools; Mrs. W. H. Winkelhaus, clubs and organizations; Mrs. Julius Schaffer, business and canisters; Mrs. Howard R. William, dime cards; and Mrs. Aaron R. Edwards, special gifts. Another member of the special gifts division, Mrs. George H. Lowrey, is absent.