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Williams Album 0 : p. 90
Calumet Public School Library




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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1913, 1939). Page is hand numbered ""90"". -- 1913 - The Copper Country [school] Superintendents Round Table will take place at Houghton Central school. -- Calumet High School orchestra recognized, including a list of members. -- Calumet & Hecla baths has seen a significant increase in the number of people using the facility reports manager Evelyn Carter. -- Several articles regarding international, military, and federal government issues. -- Joseph Chatel resigns his position of superintendent of construction and surface work at the Wolverine and Mohawk mining companies. He plans to conduct a general drafting and contracting business based in Laurium. -- Report on the construction of the Colosseum skating rink in Calumet. Charles Nyberg will be the ice-maker. -- Announcement of the organization of the Laurium Hockey Club with Manager Rozich. Players include: Trevarrow, Cronenworth, and Kline of Mohawk; Brisson and Barkell of Lake Linden; and Andrews, Beck, Brown, and Hoatson of Calumet. -- Report of steamer ships Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo. -- Announcement of the stage line organized by Parks and Labby runs from Mohawk to Phoenix and will help replace the Keweenaw Central service. -- 1913 - Report on the number of deer licenses issued by County Clerk Kaiser in 1912 & 1913. -- Garvin Mitchell and John Rodda won the first prize in the bowling of the doubles on the Mitchell Alleys in Hancock. -- Richard Pollard of Laurium defeats Walter Mitchell of Detroit in a pool match held on the Distel tables in Laurium. -- Announcement of the formation of the Calumet & Hecla basketball team. Players include: Lorimer Eaton, Henry Johnson, Harry Vivian, and John Gibbons. -- 1913 - Report on the lack of snow for Christmas, similar to that of 1888. -- Announcement of the Red Jacket Firemen officers: Chief, Joseph Trudell; first assistant, Leonard Willman; second assistant, Jacob Kaiser; treasurer, Pat Ryan; secretary, John Hermann. -- Incandescent lamps are considered for the lighting system on Hecla Street in Laurium. -- Nov. 25, 1939 - William H. Husband, formerly of Kearsarge and Calumet, serves as a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank board in Washington, D.C. -- Dec. 6, 1939 - Obituary of Julia Whitford, former resident of Kearsarge. She is survived by her two sons: Foster Allen of Detroit, and Archie Allen of Tamarack Mills.

Williams Album 0 : p. 90

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