Williams Album 0 : p. 65 Institution
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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1936-1937, 1942). Page is hand numbered ""65"". -- Jan. 7, 1936 - Voice of the People, letter to editor written by Fred J. Yelp, Supervisor, Portage Township. Refers to letter written by Edward B. Dunn, of Judson Ingram Post, American Legion of Houghton. Individuals mentioned John H. Mitchell, Sidney Dale, Timothy J. Doyle, T. J. Stipe. -- John Karhu employee in car shops of Calumet and Hecla Mining Company completed new snow plow (for railroads). Meeting to be held in Calumet Social Club rooms in the State Bank building to organize Calumet and Laurium hockey teams. -- Nov. 30, 1936 - Helen Jonas, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. John Jonas of Laurium marries Palmer G. Peterson by paster Rev. A. B. sutcliffe, attended by Alma Nichols and Anton Peterson. -- Nov., 1936 - Raymond Maki , of Copper City missing in Keweenaw woods between Mohawk and Gay near Thayers Lake. Snow hampers search.Mother, Mrs. Henry Maki waiting with daughter Verna Maki. -- Marriage of Jennie Gunderson of Allouez, and John Birk of the Calumet and Hecla police force announced. Daughter born to Mr. And Mrs. Louis J. Beiring, of Lake Linden Avenue. -- Ernest Hodge, John King. Marriage between Emma Lyo , daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Thomas M. Lyon of Rockland Street and Harry Paull, son of Mr. And Mrs. Stephen Paull of Mine Street by Rev. Carlos H. Hanks, paster of Calumet Congregational Church. -- Apr., 1937 - Body of Raymond Maki of Copper City found. Was lost during snow storm while hunting in the woods near Mohawk by Thayers Lake, discovered by Wesley Aho who will claim reward. Inquest held in Ahmeek Fire Hall with Judge James H. Richards. -- Dec. 19, 1942 -- Albert Gipp and Homer D. Harris return home from Texas, enlisted with Company A, Calumet Engineers. Harry Shannon of Laurium, Scots piper returned from concert in Escanaba. Albion Boys hockey team plays Pine Street Seven at Colosseum. Mr. And Mrs. George Strucel, of Seventh Street, entertained friends. Arthur Kitti returns home for holidays. ""Since mother and grandmother have now gone to work we can advise our youth to respect their welders.""