China Watching - City Club members Fran Holter, left, Jean Kluin and Peg Bartscht look over donations that have been collected for the organization's annual Flea Market, including one setting from a 10-place set of Havilland china that will be in the Antiques Booth.
Making Fashion Debuts. Practicing modeling techniques in preparation for this week's Friday Fashions Show at the Ann Arbor Women's City Club are, from left, Jack Austin Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Austin Sr.; Craig Pearson, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Pearson, and Jill Lepard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Lepard Children of City Club members will model fashions from the Children's Shop in the Lamp Post Plaza. Also featured will be Christmas gift suggestions for children from the Kiddie Korner Shop. Other children who will make their modeling debuts are Karen and Judy Johnston, Polly Tippet, Jennifer Conlin, Heather Braithwaite, Amy Lepard, Christina and Peter Savarino and Jamie Edwards. Fashions will be shown throughout the luncheon hour in the dining room between noon and 1:30 p.m.
This window display at the Marilyn Shoppe, decorated with fine ladies' from yesteryear, announces the Ann Arbor Women's City Club's upcoming Antique Sale, May 23-25. The trunk, hat and clothing displayed originally belonged to Mrs. Kingsley Scott Bingham, wife of the first Republican Governor of Michigan. The white petticoat was made by Miss Genevieve Read in about 1895.
"Lighting" an AAUW lamp of knowledge is Mrs. Dwaine V. Lighthammer, left, membership chairman of the Ann Arbor branch. She and her fellow committee members, Mrs. E.C. Pardon III and Mrs. Lillian V. Ward, right, will welcome present and prospective members of AAUW to the organization's membership tea from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Ann Arbor Women's City Club.