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David Addison Blake Sr (1887-1970)

 

David A. Blake, Sr
David A. Blake, Sr.

Mrs. David Blake

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20
Month
August
Year
1957
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Students & Volunteers Greet Each Other At The International Center, September 9, 1960

Students & Volunteers Greet Each Other At The International Center, September 9, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1960
Caption
Tea or Coffee? Getting acquainted at the International Center are (left to right) Mrs. Basir Farukhi of Karachi, Pakistan, a graduate student in the School of Education who has a Fulbright Scholarship; Mrs. Louis Apostolakis, W. Washington St., a member of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in the United Church Women organization; volunteer worker Mrs. Duane Smith of Scio Church St., and Thomas Lee of China, a graduate student in chemical and metallurgical engineering. Nearly 60 per cent of the foreign students attending the University are graduate or graduate-professional students, according to Mrs. Henry Meyer, administrative assistant at the center.

Three Members of the United Church Women of Ypsilanti Prepare for World Day of Prayer Presentation, March 1962

Three Members of the United Church Women of Ypsilanti Prepare for World Day of Prayer Presentation, March 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 7, 1962
Caption
DRAMATIC PRESENTATION: Members of the United Church Women of Ypsilanti will prsent [sic] a dramatic presentation, "In Unbroken Line" at the World Day of Prayer services Friday in the First Presbyterian Church. Cast members include Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Emory Ware and Mrs. Lorenzo Haskins (left to right). A worship service will follow the drama.

Mary Crusius, Mrs. John Monroe, and Sister Mary Jenifer Demonstrate Giving Peace, February 1968

Mary Crusius, Mrs. John Monroe, and Sister Mary Jenifer Demonstrate Giving Peace, February 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1968
Caption
Giving The Peace Mrs. John Monroe (center) is giving peace to Sister Mary Jenifer, a scene which will be reenacted Friday by all persons attending World Day of Prayer services. Mrs. Richard E. Crusius (left) is local chairman of the world prayer day which is sponsored by United Church Women. Mrs. Monroe is chairman of United Church Women's Christian World Missions Department, and Sister Mary Jenifer is representing the Catholic churches. This is a form of giving peace that is used in the Church of South India and in other Eastern churches.

Mrs. Thomas Caless, Mrs. Ralph W. Lenz, and Mrs. Lee E. Danielson Rehearse Human Rights Drama, November 1965

Mrs. Thomas Caless, Mrs. Ralph W. Lenz, and Mrs. Lee E. Danielson Rehearse Human Rights Drama, November 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1965
Caption
Human Rights Drama Rehearsing their roles as the king and serf in the drama "Cavalcade of Human Rights" to be featured during World Community Day Friday are Mrs. Thomas Caless (from left) and Mrs. Ralph W. Lenz, under the direction of Mrs. Lee E. Danielson. The event, being sponsored by the United Church Women, will be held at the Congregational Church. Mrs. Ernest Nicolaides is chairman of the public event.

Women Prepare Display for United Church Women's Mission Institute, September 1963

Women Prepare Display for United Church Women's Mission Institute, September 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1963
Caption
These three women are preparing the book display area for the Mission Institute Wednesday which is sponsored annually by the United Church Women of Ann Arbor. From left are Mrs. Frank Bacon, Mrs. Winslow Fox and Mrs. E. R. Klaudt, chairman of the event. The program is planned around interdenominational study themes.

Zion Lutheran Church Women Sewing for the People of Java, October 1962

Zion Lutheran Church Women Sewing for the People of Java, October 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1962
Caption
Busy Hands: Church women from all over Ann Arbor have joined forces in sewing clothing for the women and children of Java since last February. Seamstresses from the Zion Lutheran Church, (left to right) Mrs. Gerhard Bauer, president of the Zion Lutheran Church Women; Mrs. R. A. Olsen, representative to the United Church Women; and Mrs. Raymond Koch, Zion church women sewing chairman, join stitches to make the effort a success.

Skit On Children's Missionary Education Books Put On By First Presbyterian Church, October 1961

Skit On Children's Missionary Education Books Put On By First Presbyterian Church, October 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1961
Caption
Children Dramatize Mission Books Meet the South Americans: Pamela DeWeese, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. S. DeWeese of Heatheridge St., and Charles Simons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Simons of Heather Way, are two of the four children who dramatized William F. Fore's book "South Americans All" this afternoon at the United Church Women's annual Fall Missions Institute in West Side Methodist Church. This book was dramatized by members of the First Presbyterian Church as one of seven skits presented on children's missionary education books approved by the Council of Churches. These books, which correlate with the adult study books for the year, are for vacation schools, Sunday schools or study groups. Mrs. Neal Powers (right) was the artist for the large book covers announcing each skit.

Panel Members of the United Church Women's May Fellowship Meet, May 1956

Panel Members of the United Church Women's May Fellowship Meet, May 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1956
Caption
Church Panel Meets: Panel members for the United Church Women's May Fellowship program tomorrow meet with panel moderator Mrs. Arthur Brandon (left, standing) of Copley Ave. Members who will discuss "Who Forms Your Opinions" are (left to right) Mrs. Phillip Jones of Shadford Rd., Mrs. Howard Jones of Cambridge Ct., general chairman, Mrs. B. K. Bagchi of Cummings Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Duff of W. Keech Ave.