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Williams Album 0 : p. 58
Calumet Public School Library




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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1935). Page is hand numbered ""58"". -- Aug. 27, 1935 - Obiturary of William R. Bolley, mining engineer of Mohawk. Born in Copper Falls, graduated from Michigan Tech, employed at Champion mine and Baltic, Worked at White Pine Extension, Wolverine and Mohawk mine. Member of Keweenaw county road commission, Masons of Houghton Lodge, F. & A. M., Gate of Temple Chapter, R. A. M. and Montrose Commandery. Survived by: William Bolley Jr, Mrs. Karl Watson, Betty Bolley, Mrs. Clarence Piggott, Mrs. Thomas Bolley, Mary Helen Bolley, and Billie Jim Watson. Knights Templar in charge of funeral. -- Aug. 4, 1935 - Keweenaw band under direction of Wesley Williams will present concert at Eagle Harbor at band stand near Foley and Smith store. Program includes Keweenaw Golf Course . Exhibitio by Eagle Harbor coast guard. -- Aug. 24, 1935 - Cornish wrestling tournament sponsored by Ahmeek Athletic Club at Ahmeek.Range Wrestlers mader clean sweep of honors. Individuals mentioned: Preston Veltman of Painesdale, Elded Chapman, Clarence Hall, Douglas Chapman, Oscar Stoos, Leo Luchessi , Joseph Muscich, Robert Hawke, Leslie Oates, melvin Jose, John Durland, Clarence Hall, Anton Klobuchar, Glen Sundberg, John Risich, Bernard Gareau, Nelo Peterson, Herbert Brown, Fred Mills, Howard Vincent, Phil Vincent, Anton Mihelich, Albert Andrews, Marty Nysti, Wesley Seighman, Reginald Chapman, Douglas Chapman, Robert Gray, Edwin O'Neill, Robert Chapman, Harry Johns, Clarence Andrews, W. J. Jose, Tom Bennetts, John Beaudoin, William Jones, John G. Bennetts. -- Aug. 23, 1935 - Keweenaw band, under Wesley Williams will present concert at Calumet waterworks, previous concerts at Eagle River and Eagle Harbor. Program will include Superior Breezes, Keweenaw Golf Course, and Fort Wilkins. -- Sept. 11, 1935 - Obituary of Huey P. Long, Senator of Louisiana

Williams Album 0 : p. 58

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