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Ex-Judge Jay G. Pray Dies At Whitmore Lake

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16
Month
February
Year
1953
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Kiwanians Mark Founding Of Club

Kiwanians Mark Founding Of Club image
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Day
14
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May
Year
1946
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Former Presidents Of Kiwanis Honored

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Day
14
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June
Year
1938
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New Officers Of Kiwanis To Meet

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Day
6
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January
Year
1927
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County Bar Wishes Bon Voyage To Retiring Probate Judge Jay Gould Pray, December 1948

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1948
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Bid Jurist Farewell: Retiring Probate Judge Jay G. Pray (center) yesterday afternoon was honored at a testimonial meeting of the Washtenaw County Bar Association. At the close of the meeting -- attended by more than 70 attorneys and other friends -- he was presented with a leather traveling bag which he will use soon on a vaction trip to Florida. Admiring the bag with him are Bar President John P. Kirk (left) and Attorney Roscoe O. Bonisteel (right), the chairman of the committee which made arrangements for the event. Pray's 28 years of service to the county were lauded at the meeting.

Kiwanis Club Past Presidents, May 1936

Kiwanis Club Past Presidents, May 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 19, 1936
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Honored By Kiwanians -- Thirteen of the 16 members of Kiwanis Club who have been honored by the presidency are shown above. They are, reading left to right, standing: Floyd A. Sergeant, Dr. Leonard P. Fisher, Lynn W. Fry, C. A. Fisher, Howard L. Spedding, Frank S. Hait and Walter W. Springer, the present chief executive; seated, Fred Heusel, Jr., the first president, Harry W. Nichols, Lewis C. Reimann, Judge Jay G. Pray, Arthur E. Crippen and Prof. C. C. Glover. Missing from the group photograph are Robert Norris, Walter R. Drury and John E. Swisher.