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FERNDALE COMMUNITY COUNCIL
222 East Nine Mile Road
Ferndale 20, Michigan
October 20; 1958
TO: Presidents of Organizations
FROM: United Nations' Day Committee
Ferndale Community Council '
ABOUl': The Fourth Annual Ferndale
United Nations Day
On Sunday afternoon, October 26, 2:30 to 3:30
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Fourth Annual Ferndale United Nations Day will be
observed at Fellowship Hall, Drayton Avenue Presby-
.terian Church, Pinecrest at Drayton.
You may wish to represent your organization on this
important occasion, and invite others to attend.
It is open to the public,
The attached sheet gives more details about the kind
of progrBJll planned,
UNITED NATIONS DAY COMMITTEE
Mary Barr
John Bennett
Gordon Haupt
Agatha Loveless
Roy. Robinson
Robert Willson
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FOURTH ANNUAL FERNDALE UNITED NATIONS DAY
Fellowship Hall, Drayton Avenue Presbyterian Church
Pinecrest at Drayton
Sunday, October26, 1958
2:30 to 3:30p.m.
Presiding ., Mrs. Stephanie D. Porteous, President, Ferndale Community Council
Presentation of the Colors -- Mr. Stephan D. Donahue, Sea Explorer Advisor, Sea
Explorer Ship F-1, assisted by representatives of
uniformed youth organizations
Invocation - The Rev. Irving Russell Phillips, Associate Minister, Drayton
Avenue Presbyterian Church
Greetings --Mrs. Porteous
Brief sketches, with slides, by Ferndale High School
Students who were in Europe last summer
Mary Oppenheimer
Lee Larson
Davilyn Wilson
Recognition - Exchange Student, Karen Inger Borgcrantz, Lund, Sweden, brought
here through the American Field Service by Ferndale High School
Students for a year's study as a 12th grader
"Around the World in 50 Minutes" with Mrs. Heather Stewart. Mrs. Stewart has
--circled the globe twice in the past five years. She will show
colored slides of many places and people she has visited, Hawaii,
Japan, Thailand, Israel; and some countries in Africa.
Benediction -- The Rev. Calvin F. Hamilton, Minister, First Baptist Church
of :Ferndale