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Yarmains Party Store and other stores, September 1963

Yarmains Party Store and other stores, September 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 7, 1963
Caption
AT JACKSON AVE. 'POINT': This new four-store installation at 1606-1612 Jackson Ave. was built by Harry Yarmain of Ann Arbor, co-owner of Yarmain's Party Store which occupies one of the units within the setup. Other occupants are the Bea Jae Beauty Salon, which is owned by Mrs. Bette Puckett and Mrs. Joyce Goberdhan; the Point Barbers, co-owned by Joseph Huczak and David Murphy, and Green's Cleaners and Furriers. An old Yarmain store at 1602 Jackson is to be razed to make way for more off-street parking. A grand opening is planned at the Yarmain installation in about two weeks. Cost of the facility was not announced.

Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958

Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1958
Caption
ON ELECTION'S EVE: Employes of a moving firm were busy today distributing the city's voting machines to the various polling places in preparation for tomorrow's election. Here, a machine is moved into the Armory. Some 16,500 may vote in Ann Arbor tomorrow.

Mrs. John McClendon Arrives At Jones School To Vote In The City Election, April 1968

Mrs. John McClendon Arrives At Jones School To Vote In The City Election, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1968
Caption
Like hundreds of other Ann Arborites, Mrs. John McClendon (foreground) of 918 Catherine cast her ballot today for councilman and voted on six city charter amendments. She was photographed at Jones School, the location of the Third Precinct's polling station in the First Ward. Others preparing to vote are in the background.

Barbara & Judy Hough Assemble A League Of Women Voters Exhibit, April 1958

Barbara & Judy Hough Assemble A League Of Women Voters Exhibit, April 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1958
Caption
LEAGUE'S EXHIBIT: An exhibit created by members of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters and designed to encourage persons to vote "yes" on calling a Constitutional Convention, will be on display at the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce Builders Show today through Sunday at Yost Fieldhouse. Here, Mrs. Paul Hough of Olivia Ave. works on the exhibit with help from her daughter, Judy, 7. A vote on the calling of a Constitutional Convention will be held on Nov. 4.

Anne Henderson - League of Women Voters Of Ann Arbor President, September 1958

Anne Henderson - League of Women Voters Of Ann Arbor President, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1958
Caption
READIES FOR CAMPAIGN: Mrs. Algo D. Henderson of Geddes Hgts., president of the League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor, prepares for the opening of the group's finance campaign. Funds from the drive will help carry on various programs sponsored by the League here.