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Williams Album 0 : p. 51
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Newspaper clippings and ration book stub (1937). Page hand numbered ""51"". -- June 7, 1937 - Two Calumet high school graduates from Keweenaw county to receive degrees from University of Michigan. Babette Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ocha Potter of Ahmeek. Arne W. Koljonen of Mohawk, attended Suomi college and Grand Rapids Junior college. -- 1937 - Snow record at all time high: 191 inches. -- March, 1937 - Obiturary of Delbert Laity, of Calumet, former drummer in C& H Band. Also drummmer at Crown theater on Fifth Street, and employed as blacksmith by C & H mining company. Surviving are Edward J. Laity, Mary Garland. -- 1937 - Calumet Lodge Number 134 I. O. O. F. to confer initiatory degree on candidates in I. O. O. F. On Fifth Street. All Odd Fellow lodges invited to join. -- War Ration Book Number 3 Identification Stub -- 1937 -Obiturary of Lydia Weidelman, of Calumet at home on Fifth Street. Surviving are Ann Michaelson, Charles Weidelman. Body at Peterson funeral home, Rev. Paul Heideman will officiate, body will be placed in Lakeview vault. Handwritten note ""Fat Lady"". -- Article written by Sara Rosenbaum, about radio station WHDF, on edge of Laurium. Started by Charles C.McLeod, located on third floor of Hermann Brothers Jewelry store, on Fifth Street in Calumet. New location close to streetcar line. Entertainers included: the Papke family, Cornish Carolers (directed by Arthur Williams), Roland Roy, Earl Smith, Lucile Gareau and Doris Gareau, Will C. Hall, Charles Hall, Arnold Lahikainen, Mrs. Karl G. Christensen, Marvin Korinke, Isabelle Nadeau, Jean Mackey, Harry Sheppard, Mrs. Girvin Ross, Etta McKinnon, Mandan Hayseeds, Roy Snell, Tunty Peterson, Armando Zei, Ernie Salassa, Veko Floriani, Frank Simonich, Art Kitti, Karl G. Christenson, Warney Ruhl, Copper County Choral Club. Trudgeon family, Singing Violins, Albert Payne, Bill Schenk, Clarence Pascoe, Weldon Dix.

Williams Album 0 : p. 51

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