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Children Carry Flowers For The Cemetery In Dexter's Memorial Day Parade, May 1942 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Children Carry Flowers For The Cemetery In Dexter's Memorial Day Parade, May 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1942
Caption
DEXTER CELEBRATES MEMORIAL DAY: Memorial day exercises at Dexter Saturday included music by the newly-organized high school band, a program in the Copeland auditorium and a parade to the cemetery which drew a multiplicity of the village's youthful residents as is shown above.

AA Firemen Fill Easter 'Baskets' For Hospitalized Children, April 1, 1972 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

AA Firemen Fill Easter 'Baskets' For Hospitalized Children, April 1, 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1972
Caption
Firemen Brighten Youngsters' Easter: Tomorrow morning children in three local facilities will receive plastic fire hats filled with Eastern (sic) candy as members of the Ann Arbor Fire Department continue a project begun five years ago. Jack Romeo, manager of the Kroger Co. market on Broadway, donated candy and firemen shown here began filling the unique Easter baskets this morning. Left to right are Butch Cavadas, William Koernke, Don Haywood, John Wilson, Fire Sgt. Leroy Dibble, Battalion Chief Paul Wenk and James Centilli. Young persons in St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Mott's Children's Hospital and the Michigan Children's Institute will receive the baskets.

Kroger's, 1978 Photographer: RJ Godin

Kroger's, 1978 image

Kroger Grocery Store, Whitmore Lake, February 1939 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Kroger Grocery Store, Whitmore Lake, February 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1939
Caption
NEW WHITMORE LAKE BUSINESS BUILDING: Improving the appearance of Whitmore Lake's business district is this new cement block building with tiled front erected by J. D. Ramsey. The building will be occupied by the Ramsey drug store, a beauty shop operated by Mrs. Ramsey and a Kroger store. On the second floor are modern apartments. The building has a frontage of 61 feet and is 80 feet deep.

Suspect In Daring Holdups Arrested

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Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
February
Year
1957
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