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Williams Album 0 : p. 50
Calumet Public School Library

Gipp, George, 1895-1920



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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1916, 1937-1938, 1946). Page is hand numbered ""50"".-- March, 1937 - Obiturary of Anthony Beard, of Mason, employed by Quincy Mining Company. Survived by stepdaughters Mrs. Roy S. Gordon, Mrs. Ed Ramey, brothers William Beard and Josiah Beard.Rev. Charles Jones of Lake Linden Congregational church to preside, burial at Forest Hill cemetery, body at Hillside Mortuary. -- Jan. 10, 1944 - Obiturary of James Harrington, of Laurium. Born at Atlantic Mine, employed by C & H Consolidated Copper compan, member of Sacred Heart church, and Calumet Council, Knights of Columbus. Surviving are Margaret Harrington, Dennis Harrington, Neil Harrington, Michael Harrington, Catherine Harrington. Services at Sacred Heart church, Calumet, Rev. Fr. Ethelbert. Body at Shea Funeral Chapel, to Lakeview receiving vault. -- Dec. 16, 1916 - Fowler M. E. indoor baseball team defeated Ahmeek team at Y.M.C.A., mentions Leslie McClelland, Hoar, Nicholas and Cornish. Stukel building on North Fifth Street leased as Chinese Chop Suey establishment. -- July 4, 1938 - William ""Billy"" F. Nelson clown with Rubin and Cherry show playing in Calumet. -- News photo of Wilhelm Hohenzollern, ""Dies in Exile"". -- Dec. 16, 1916 - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haapala, parents of a daughter. Alex Cameron and Chester Ahlstrom featured at Boy Scout skating party at Palestra. Isaac Hoyem completed course at Seibel Bakery Institute of Chicago and returns to work with father, Sivert Hoyem, at Eggen and Hoyem. -- Oct. 27, 1916 - Report from Melbourne Australia on military service., George Gipp, of Laurium, winning fame at Notre Dame college. Coppe Country Boosters making Christmas plans, tree to adjoin Vivian store and another in village park at Hecla. George Sloan and Edward P. Murphy members of Knights of Columbus to attend ceremony. -- Dec. 18, 1916 - T. H. Jame, mine inspector fatally injured in Red Jacket shaft. Mr. And Mrs, Joseph Gribaldo, of Wolverine, parents. Mr. And Mrs John Frantz of South Kearsarge, parents. Mr. And Mrs. Isaac Knuttila, parents. Automobile show at Colosseum will have Moon car displayed by Malford Trading company of Calumet and Franklin cars displayed by E. R. Nelson of Ishpeming. Claumet Chapter Number 153 R. A. M. elects officers: James H. Chynoweth, John T. Bryant, Thomas J. Kennedy, Pierce Roberts, R. E. Odgers, Harold Diemer, George Williams, Burton Barnham. -- July 7, 1946 - Obiturary of James Wilson, of Ahmeek dies at home of daughter Mrs. John Beaudoin. Born in Scotland, moved to Bruce Mines, Ontario, Calumet, Allouez. Operated meat market, postmaster, township clerk, foreman at Allouez mine, justice of the peace. Recalled streamer Ivanhoe, ferry, cattle driving to Boston location. Custodian at Kearsarge school. Married daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Kline who ran boarding house. Surviving are: Walter Wilson, Mrs. Cecil Wilson Hicks, Mrs. Anna Wilson, William Wilson. Body at Thomas Funeral chapel, service at Ahmeek Allouez Methodist church with Rev. Crawford, burial at Lakeview.

Williams Album 0 : p. 50

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