March of Dimes

Bo & Millie Schembechler At Home, January 1972

Bo & Millie Schembechler At Home, January 1972
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Ann Arbor News, January 23, 1972
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Now that the football season is over, Bo and Millie Schembechler probably will be doing a little more relaxing at home with friends. Although the coach won't be modeling in the March of Dimes fashion show on Feb. 5, Millie will - and she's giving him a preview of one of the spring outfits she'll be wearing both for the show and for entertaining. (News photo by Jack Stubbs)
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Specialty Of The House - Cookie Exchange Solves Baking Problems

Ann Arbor News, December 20, 1962


Specialty Of The House - Cookie Exchange Solves Baking Problems
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R. O. Brunvand Heads Publicity For UF Drive

Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1969


R. O. Brunvand Heads Publicity For UF Drive
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Radio Newsman Taking C Of C Post

Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1967


Radio Newsman Taking C Of C Post
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Why Is Ann Arbor Failing In Drive For Polio Funds?

Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1951


Why Is Ann Arbor Failing In Drive For Polio Funds?
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1951
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Girls Scouts Count Money For March of Dimes, January 1955

Girls Scouts Count Money For March of Dimes, January 1955
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Ann Arbor News, January 22, 1955
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Count Dimes For Polio - These three Girl Scouts of Eberwhite School Troop 83 are among the many in Ann Arbor who have been counting dimes donated by pupils in the city's schools to the March of Dimes drive. The Scouts seated left to right are Linda Bandrofchak, Mary Ann Farnsworth and Kay Matzen. Behind the girls are Mrs. Douglas K. Reading (left), polio campaign chairman of the school division in the city, and Mrs. Michael Bandrofchak, Linda's mother and a leader of the troop.
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Rite Spot Restaurant Collects Funds for March of Dimes, January 1956

Rite Spot Restaurant Collects Funds for March of Dimes, January 1956
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Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1956
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Anti-Polio Money: Vaud Laurence of the Rite Spot Restaurant at 517 E. William St. observes the "healthy" donations customers have been putting this month into these four polio fund canisters at the restaurant. Observable are $5 and $10 bills, which apparently were individual contributions. By Thursday $38,588 county-wide had been collected on a goal of $57,600 for the March of Dimes.
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'Little Miss March Of Dimes' Amanda Stars As Poster Child

Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1964


'Little Miss March Of Dimes' Amanda Stars As Poster Child
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1964
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March of Dimes 'Poster Girl' Lovely . . . Lucky

Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1965


March of Dimes 'Poster Girl' Lovely . . . Lucky
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Miss March of Dimes Linda McIntire, January 1965

Miss March of Dimes Linda McIntire, January 1965
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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1965
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Linda McIntire, Miss March of Dimes
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