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Charter Night Planned for new Kiwanis Club of Greater Ypsilanti, July 1959

Charter Night Planned for new Kiwanis Club of Greater Ypsilanti, July 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 9, 1959
Caption
CHARTER NIGHT PLANNED: Officials of the new Kiwanis Club of Greater Ypsilanti met last night ot plan the organization's charter night banquet Aug. 27. The new group, which meets Thursday nights, was organized by the Ypsilanti Kiwanis Club, which holds its meetings at noon on Mondays. Going over plans for the chartering affair are (seated) Harold D. Beadle (left) of the "luncheon" Kiwanis Club and Edwin E. Ensign, first president of the new organization. Standing is Charles M Getson, jr., chairman of the charter banquet arrangements for the "dinner" Kiwanians.

Kiwanis Club of Greater Ypsilanti Receives New Charter, August 1959

Kiwanis Club of Greater Ypsilanti Receives New Charter, August 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1959
Caption
RECEIVES KIWANIS CHARTER: E. Edwin Ensign (center), president of the new Greater Ypsilanti Kiwanis Club, receives the club charter from Sidney F. Main (left) of Harrison, governor of the Michigan District of Kiwanis International. The framed certificate was presented last night during a charter night program for the new club at the First Methodist Church in Ypsilanti. At right is Duane Bauer of Whitmore Lake, lieutenant governor for Michigan Kiwanis Division 6. More than 300 Kiwanians and guests attended the dinner meeting.

The Comstock Triplets - Connie, Julie, & Tim, Celebrate Their Second Birthday, March 1958

The Comstock Triplets - Connie, Julie, & Tim, Celebrate Their Second Birthday, March 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 13, 1958
Caption
THREE ARE TWO: Today is the second birthday for the Comstock triplets - (left to right) Connie, Julie and Tim - and, while they seem a bit apprehensive about the photographer, things probably brightened up when it came time to eat their cake. The parents, Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Comstock of 3139 Baylis Dr., Pittsfield township, have five other youngsters. The triplets weighed a total of almost 21 pounds at birth.

Tuthill Family Adopts Orphan Peggy Ann from Korea, April 1961

Tuthill Family Adopts Orphan Peggy Ann from Korea, April 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1961
Caption
Adopt Korean Orphan: Peggy Ann, a three-year-old Korean orphan, sits on the lap of her new mother, Mrs. Lloyd Tuthill, in the living room of the Tuthill farm at 10337 Tuthill Rd., Green Oak township, Livingstone county. Members of the Tuthill family (left to right), shown here, are Tuthill (standing), Gary, 7, Sally, 10, Richard, 14, Mrs. Tuthill with Peggy Ann, Ruth, 12, and James, 8.

Ed Oxley Wins Long Jump for Ann Arbor High School, March 1966

Ed Oxley Wins Long Jump for Ann Arbor High School, March 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1966
Caption
Soaring Jumper: Ann Arbor High's Ed Oxley tries his luck in the long jump and he won the event with a leap of 19 feet 7 inches in the dual meet with Wayne Memorial. The former Pioneer cager was among the 10 winners in the afternoon event.