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\ *- w. PHONE NEWS, AIDS NO 3-4066 } THE REPORTER " » VOL. 10, NO. 2—WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26,1956 T HE y*" POR TER "Fastest Growing Weekly In Washtenaw County" 6c PER COPT — «2 PER YEAR Washtenaw County Building Dedication Program SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30^1956—3:30 F.ML- Ann Arbor Presiding Officer—-EdwarS Frederick, Chairman, Washtenaw County Board of Supervisors National Anthem—Massed Bands of the High Schools: Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Lincoln Consolidated, Manchester, -Milan, Roosevelt, Saline, Willow Run, Ypsilanti, con- . ducted by William D. Revelli, Director of University of Michigan Band Invocation—Monsignor G.. Warren Peek, St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church, Ann Arbor- Introduction of Judge James R. Breakey, Jr., Program Chairman Introduction of Washtenaw County Officials " Introduction of Distinguished Guests Greetings from the State of Michigan—Honorable G. Mennen Williams, Governor Presentation of Flag Flown on Capitol of the United States— ' Honorable George Meader, Member of Congress, Second Congressional District of Michigan Prayer of Flag Dedication—Dr. Merrill R. Abbey, President, Ann Arbor Council of Churches Acceptance of Flag—Edward Frederick, Chairman, Washtenaw County Board of Supervisors Pledge of Allegiance—Led by Donald Bachman, Director, Washtenaw County Veterans Service Center America the Beautiful—Ward (Massed Bands) Address—Honorable Wilbe*c.M. Brucker, Secretary of the Army The Stars and Strh.es Forever—Sousa (Massed Bands) Benediction—Julius Weinberg, Rabbi, Beth-Israel Community Center County Schools Bands To Play In Program Bands of all of the public schools in the county will be combined in a single unit for the first time when they participate in the-^Vashtenaw County Building dedication, Sept. 30. The bands will be under the direction of William Revelli, Director of the University Bands, and will take part in the parade as well as the dedication program, at.3:30 p.m. Bands to participate are: Ann Arbor High Sehool Marching Band, under the direction of Clarence Roth; Chelsea High School Marching Band, Eugene Shroyer; Dexter High School Marching Band, Herbert Bearss; Saline High School Marching Band, Arthur Katterjohn; Milan High School Marching Band, William Mihalyi; Lincoln High School Marching Band, Robert Biederwolf; Ypsilanti Roosevelt Marching Band, Marsh Riley; Willow Run High School Marching Band, Paul Richmond; Ypsilanti High School Marching Band, Donald Gant. In addition to the High School Marching Bands, the Ypsilanti High School Drum and Bugle Corps, under the direction of Donald Gant, the Ann Arbor / American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps, Charles D. Withers, and the Ypsilanti American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps, under the direction of*~William Short. County band instructors working with Herbert Fry,, of Ypsilanti, on arrangements included Clarence Roth, Eugene Shroyer, and Arthur Katterjohn. Julius W: Haab, County Superintendent of- Schools, and Howard C. Thayer, assistant in the County School Superintendent's 'office, are the county officials in charge of music for the dedication ceremony. *» GIRL SCOUT TROOP 125 ACTIVE NOW DEXTER —Girl Scout Troop No. 125 has held two meetings this fall, one on Sept. 12 and the other on Sept. 19. At the first meeting the troop marched to Dexter Park and had a wiener and marshmallpw roast. Leaders at this outing were Mrs. James McMahon and Mrs. Martin Lee,. who were joined at the Park by Mrs. Walter Koch and Mrs. Earl Doletzky, also scout leaders. . Election of officers was held at the second meeting, at the home of Mrs. Lee. Gwen Belt served the refreshments. ., New officers are: Marjorie Lee, president; Patricia, McMahon, vice-president; Delia Hill, Secretary; Mary Dee Henes, treasurer; Carol Zabitz, .reporter; Susan Schneider and Julie .Doletzky, patrol leaders; Bertha Carter and Elaine Kauj>p, assistant patrol leaders; Jeanette Vincent, badge captain; Gwen Belt, refreshments captain; Suzanne Koch and Karen Jeggery, supply* captains; and Wayne Combs," first aid. .. \s±. _ IRON CREEK FARM GROUP NAMES KUHL IRON CREEK — Officers elected at the meeting of the Iron Creek Farm Bureau on Sept. 14, include: Irving Kuhl, chairman; Robert Kirk, vice, chairman; Mrs. Roy Randall, secretary; Mrs. William Palmer,, discussion leader; Emmett Nog- gle, alternate discussion leader; William Palmer, minute man; Mrs. Ralph Noggle, reporter; and Mrs. Gladys Johnson, Blue Cross secretary. Members of the women's committee elected are:'Mrs. Emmett Noggle and Mrs. LoRen Tfolz. The meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Tirb, and the program included a report by Tirb on the tour that the supply-committee took to plants owned by farm bureaus in Saginaw, Alma and St.-Louis, Mich. PARRELS ARE IN CITY NOW DEXTER—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farrell have sold their 171- acre farm at 7|390 Gregory Ud. and have moved with their two children^ to. a hew house which they bought, at 7667 G St. The Farrell faim was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Darold Heidt, of South Lyon/ Farrell, who has been a farmer all of his life, held an auc-" tion. at the farm on Sept. 10, and is now working at the Ford Garage in Dexter. MORE THAN 150 MEMBERS of the Washtenaw Historical Society enjoyed a meeting last Sunday at the home of Leo Hoey, Island Lake Road, Dexter. Climaxing the session, Leo brought out his famous tally-ho, hitched up the team, and took all adventuresome members for a Sunday afternoon ride, 19th century style. Up front with Lee on the last ride of the afternoon :SiV'^l!«bX:-.kjj;-'^ is Ernie Ahnendinger, for years a prominent Washtenaw citizen and now, an enthusiastic member of the society. Crowds of more conventional Sunday drivers, out for one of the last summery days of the season, were more than a bit amazed at the sight of the tally-ho in the midst of the traffic. GROUP PLANS FUND DRIVE IN SALINE SALINE—A group composed of members of the Saline Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Jay. cee Auxiliary, and the Fun Club, will meet next Monday night to lay plans for a Saline youth recreation center and swimming pool. Headed by temporary chairman Robert Katz, the group' will organize on a permanent basis' at the Monday meeting . . . and will plan a fund-raising - campaign to finance the proposed building and pool. Katz - estimated that a goal somewhere in the neighborhood of. $50,000 would be set. He emphasized that all Saline area residents are cordially invited to attend the first meeting of the group. The session is planned to start at 8.30 p.m., in the agricultural room at Saline High School. MANCHESTER — A group of 85 solicitors will begin their efforts on Oct. 15 to put the Manchester Area United Community Chest-Red Cross drive over the top. ... . Material and instructions will be given the* workers at the kick-off dinner,~~at v6:30 p.m., Oct. 11, at Iron Creek United Church. All captains are asked to notify their chairman by Oct. 9 qf the number of their workers who will attend. A full turn-out is expected, according to Franklin M. Reck, drive chairman. Solicitors in the drive for $7,000 have been appointed in four areas outside the village and sub-divided into school districts. The rural chairman is Mrs. Laurel Breitenwischer. The volunteers named in the southwest area are: Mrs. William Palmer, captain, with Mrs. Edin Smith, McMahon district; Mrs. Jesse Walker, Spaford district; Mrs. Irvin Kuhl, Matteson district; Mrs. Allan Whiteman, Iron Creek district; • Mrs. Carl Pedersen,- Oak Ridge district; and English district, Mrs. Orye Hand. P.T.A. COUNCIL CHOOSES MRS. L. IX VOGEL PRESIDENT Saline Savings Names Mrs. Gross Assistant Cashier SALINE—Mrs. Esther Gross, who started as a bookkeeper at the Saline Savings Bank in 1953,- last week was named assistant cashier of the organization. . Her promotion was announced following the last meeting of the bank's board of directors. Women's Club Plans Meet DEXTER — Members of the Women's Club are planning to inaugurate their fall program with a luncheon meeting at Stockbridge, Oct. 5. Arrangements for the-luncheon, which will be held at Turney's Restaurant, are in charge of Mrs. Loyal Rector. DEXTER — On Tuesday evening, September 18, Mrs. R. C. Bedell and the Messrs. Al Sam- born and Johji Yeakel, officers of the'Dexter PTA, attended the newly organized Western Washtenaw Area Council in Chelsea. This Council includes PTA members from Dexter,- Pleasant Lake, Manchester and Chelsea. The Council was organized for the purpose of focusing attention on problems that are common to every PTA. It functions as a small workshop, the members sharing ideas and experiences relative to school activities. As. an immediate example it was learned that Dexter's membership is proportionately larger in number than the others. It also provides the opportunity for members to become alert to other community responsibilities such as civil defence, etc. """There was an election of officers at which time Mrs. L. D. Vogel of Pleasant Lake was elected president. The Dexter PTA will be asked to elect a vice-president to represent them at future meetings of the area council. It was also emphasized that all PTA members are wel come to attend. The next meeting .will be held at Pleasant Lake, Thursday, Nov. 1. HARDY PETUNIAS brought forth lots of colorful blossoms despite the fact that it had grown through a crack in the sidewalk on Adrian Street in Manchester. L. V. Kirk; local merchant, is shown above admiring the handsome floral display in front of his store. ALSO FEATURED AT THE SOCIETY'S OUTING was a display of pioneer and 19th century American household items ... including the Mgh-wheeT bicycle modeled above by* two of Hoey's daughters. DEXTER CHILD STUDY CLUB OPENS FALL SEASON PROGRAM DEXTER -At o t a 1 of 19 members of the Dexter Child Study Club began their fall program with a potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Waldron' Vaughn, Sept. 18. One new member, Mrs. Henry Forsyth, was received in the club, and the husiness: meeting was conducted by Mrs. Norman Wilner, this, year's president The program was ih charge of Mrs. Burton Bucy who gave a history of s Dexter, "with slides and maps. -Guests ' at the meeting included •Mrs.- Williami Murphy, Mrs.".Robert: Raynpr. and Mrs. Donald Mctotyre*. .1 The ne_rt meeting of the group •will be'fceld °n tfct. 2, at the home of Mrs. Al Samborn. Mrs. Malcolm BlakeTy will, speak on: .How Good Is Your School?" arid Mrs. Heray Kapinski will speak on: "Chartcter In The Making." * " In the new area, Mrs. Ellis Pratt will serve as captain. Members of Her team included Mrs. Glen Feldkamp, Davidter district.; Mrs. Whitney Riedel, Sharon district; Mrs. Raymond Jacob, Jr., Rowes Corners district; Mrs. Jack Pfeifle, Everett district};. - Mrs. Floyd... Proctor, Dorr district} and Mrs. Raymond Jacobs, Sf., Craft, district. In the Northeast, area, the captain will be Mrs. Louis Vogel. Members of her team, which has not been\ appointed by school districts, are: Mrs. Her-* man Waddell, Mrs. Clarence Schneider, Mrs. Hugh Mosher, Mrs. Clarence Pfaus, Mrs. Alvin Widmayer, Mrs. Roy Bihlmeyer, Mrs. Lowell Roehm, Mrs. Harold Brown, Mrs. Roland Gunther and Mrs. Leo DeFreytos. Mrs. Floyd Parr is captain in the southeast area. Her team members will solicit by school districts and include: Mrs. Armin Weidmayer, Short district; Mrs. Don Mackintosh, Dewey district; Mrs. Frank Ashton and Mrs. James Pratt, Paul district; Mrs. Laurence Tirb, Dillingham district; Mrs. Edgar Randall, Bridgewater Center; Mrs. Norman Randall, Allen district; ^nd Mrs. Alice Anglemyre, Lancas- ' ter district. The chairmen in the last four districts will solicit for the Red Cross only unless per- ..*. sons wjsR to give to the Man- - Chester Area Community Chest. Workers in the village have been divided into five teams. Mrs. Rolland Grossman is chairman of the residential area, with four captains and their teams in her division, and James C. Hendley and Lawrence P. Wurster. are chairmen of the business and professional divisions. Soliciting at the Ford plant is under the direction of Lawrence DeVerna. v Mrs. Grossman has appointed Mrs. Robert Masten as captain of Team A. Her solicitors will be: Mrs. Luther Klager, Mrs. Ford Langehdyk;e, Mrs. William Hamilton, Mrs. Duffield Ball, Mrs. Erwin Huber, Miss Marie Schneider, Mrs. Glen Holley and Mrs. Clark Eckles. Mrs. Thomas Lockridge will head Team B. Members of her committee are: Mys. Eilber Maurer, Mrs. Lester Czarnecki, Mrs. George Swank, Mrs. Charles Knorpp, Mrs. Earl Alber and Mrs. Russell Briggs. Team C will be under the lead- _ ership of Mrs. Don Sutton. Her team, will consist of Mrs. Martin Keasal, Mrs. Robert Popkey, Mrs. Carl Schaible, Mrs. Harry Sutton and Mrs. Fred Alber. Miss Linda Knorpp is captain of Team D.. Solicitors in this group include: Mrs. Birdella Flood, Mrs. Ronald Jenter, Mrs. Harold Strayer, Mrs. John Alt- hause, Mrs. Walter Vogt, and Mrs. Stanley Binkowski. Appointed as solicitors on the business and professional team are: - Carl Wuerthner, Ray C. Tirb, Walter Schaible, Harry Johnson", Lyle Widmayer, Don Sutton, Willard Mann, Bennett Root, Mrs.. Frank Spaford, Allie Luckhart_, L. V. Kirk, James Canjioh, Jr., William Schaffer, Mrs. Philip Kern, Mrs. James Baker and Mrs. John Bunny. FARING BETTER, ON THE ROAD SO FAB. the Saline High School Hornet "football "team has won aa "away" game..V and dropped a home game;.. for* .500 average tiras far this season. The Hornets are shown above ready to '■-■ -■:■'<•*- ;) -'■-■■--;« • board the bus for that successfidfti^gune invasion of Pinckney territory. i_^~wee**s loss to University High clouded the Hornet's chances of successfully defending their Huron Leagne championship thi6 year. On Page 3 is the fourth in a series of exclusive Reporter stories on election-year politics in Washtenaw County, by Alice and Bob Beyers.. ,.„.. follow these stories to become a better informed voter on elec- tkio.day.
|Description||An issue of a Washtenaw County, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly in Ann Arbor. Initial date of publication unknown, likely began in 1947. Earlier issues covered the entire county. Later issues focused primarily on the town of Saline. In May 1958, the newspaper offices moved to Saline and the title of the publication changed to Saline Reporter.|
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