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25
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November
Year
1993
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Girls at the 4-H Club-Kiwanis Picnic, 1936

Girls at the 4-H Club-Kiwanis Picnic, 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 12, 1936
Caption
Kiwanis Club Hosts To 4-H Members At Portage Lake: Above are shown some of the scenes at the annual Kiwanis 4-H club picnic Monday at Newport Beach, Portage Lake. At the top, left is a group of 4-H club bathing beauties. Left to right they are: front, Malissa Balmer, Virginia Barton and Barbara Cooper; back, Dorothy Graf, Caroline Braun, Betty Haas, Katrena Boyce, Dorothy Jean Braun, Shirley Boyce and Jean Nimke. At the right, top, County Agent H. S. Osler, is demonstrating the latest technique in throwing pie plates. A group of typical girl 4-H club member is shown in the center [this photo]. They are, left to right: Evelyn Cox, Phyliss Klager, Beth Smith, Clara Henning, Betty Yenkel, Barbara Jean Kappler, Virginia Forshee, and Ethel Inverson. Denied membership because of her extreme youth, but still an enthusiastic participant in such club activities as picnics is Mary Welch, 2 years old, who is shown at right, bottom row. To the left of her is a group contesting in the golf putting game, under the direction of Kiwanian B. Frank Ohlinger. Lenora Hickman is shown with the golf club in her hand, completing a putt.

4-H Kiwanis Dinner for Prize Winners, November 1937

4-H Kiwanis Dinner for Prize Winners, November 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1937
Caption
Superior 4-H Club Gains Permanent Possession Of Trophy: When they were awarded the State Savings Bank for the general excellence of their summer program at Achievement Day exercises Monday, members of the Superior 4-H Farmers Club gained permanent possession of the cup. It was the third time they had won the trophy which is being held in the picture by Donald Gill. Members of the club are from left to right: Front row -- George Carver, Wallace Smith, James Forshee, Donald Gill, Robert Copper, Glenn Fishbeck, and Janet Mulreed. In the background, reading from left to right: George McKim Jr., Lester Williams, Hugh Cooper, Clark Spike, Erwin Steeb, leader of the club, Lucy Steeb, John Smith, Elizabeth Haas, Dorothy Forshee, Virginia Forshee, Doris Fishbeck, John Carver Jr., Dorothy Braun, Elizabeth Reddeman, Elwood Parker and Leona Parker.

County Health Contest Winners, November 1937

County Health Contest Winners, November 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1937
Caption
Three Health Champions In One Family: These three children of Mrs. Jane Forshee, 2511 Milford Rd., were winners in the health contest conducted by Miss Pearl M. Haist, county public health nurse, to select candidates for the district contest next year in Lansing. One of the reasons for this "family victory," according to Mrs. Forshee, is that the three "practically live on milk." From left to right they are: Dorothy Forshee, of the Senior Endwell 4-H club, senior girls' champion; James Forshee, Superior 4-H club, junior boys' winner; and Virginia Forshee, Junior Endwell club, junior girls' alternate.