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Williams Album 0 : p. 53
Calumet Public School Library

Rotary Club (Hancock & Houghton, Mich.)



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Newspaper clippings, ticket, and funeral program (1935, 1937). Page is hand numbered ""53"". -- Dec., 1937. Hancock and Houghton Rotary clubs will dine at Douglass House, entertained by Copper Country Cornish Carol choir, Rev. Robert D. Richards of Calumet soloist. Musical program announced by W. V. Cornish, individuals mentioned: Thomas Prophet, Hogarth Penpraze, Wesley Williams, Len Yeo, Arthur Williams, Henry Trudgeon, Harry Kislet, Roy Cornish, Richard Bluett, Harry Needs, William Cornish, Willian Yeo, Bruce Hodges, Fred Peters, William Jeffery, Ed Snell, Robert Thomas, Walter Ford. -- Dec., 1937 - Hancock and Houghton Rotary clubs dining at Douglas House. -- Aug. 25, 1935 - Walter Gries, prison warden, former Laurium resident, to speak at Eagles picnic. Speakers include: Jacob Hartman, W. Kenneth Galbraith, Edward Sheehan, Phillip Callahan. -- Ticket for Sons of St. George concert at St. George's Hall in Mohawk. -- Funeral program for Willliam J. Terrill, held at Nardin Park M. E. Church, with Rev.Marshall R. Reed, to be buried at Oakview Cemetery. -- July 25, 1935 - Obiturary of Willian Saunders, dirtector of Quincy band, home in Quincy, survived by Arthur Saunders, Annie Williams.

Williams Album 0 : p. 53

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