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Williams Album 0 : p. 37
Calumet Public School Library

Pitchers (Softball)



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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1942) Page is hand numbered ""37"". -- Article with photo of Bob Giroux, a physically handicapped softball pitcher, by Larry Lawrence of the Journal staff. He was born in Calumet, went to Sacred Heart high school in Laurium, plays on the Harnischfeger Corporation team. -- President Roosevelt signing pensions bill for families of veterans. -- Calumet and Hecla picnic at Calumet Waterworks park, music by Keweenaw band. Picnic marks diamond jubilee of C & H Consolidated Copper company. Ahmeek Mine teams win over Lake Linden teams. Mentioned are: Emil Othote, Albert Kumpula, Art Hambly, and Ernest Frisk. -- Kewenaw Odd Fellows Temple officers installed by Keweenaw Lodge Number 535. Installing officer was Harry Kestle, and William Burrows. Officers were: William Dangdon, Ernest Orchard, Wesley Williams, Harry Kestle, Carl Bickle, William Blewett, wesley Seighman, John C. Penprase, Frederick Bryant, Russell Williams, James Nicholas, Ray Karty, Theodore Rogers, John Beaudoin, Richard Johnson, Thomas Bowden, Gordon Nordstrom. Also mentioned William Burrows, and Henry Chynoweth. -- Rev. Robert D. Richards of the Calumet Methodist church reassigned. Will be succeeded by Rev. Howard F. Snell, from Norway. Rev. G. E. Gordon announced other changes, Rev. Leigh H. Hagle of First Methodist church of Hancock ttransferred, and replaced by Rev. Milton Banks, Rev. Percy Lomas transferred from Lake Linden to Norway, Rev. Fred Birchman will replace, and Rev. Preston Trembath will have Mohawk circuit. -- Dec. 26, 1942 - Obiturary of Richard Parsons, of Atlantic Street in Calumet. Was employed by Calumet and Hecla Mining Company. Surviving are: daugter Mrs. Arthur Symons, sons Richard Parsons, Raymond Parsons, Fred Parsons. Body is at Paulson funeral chapel.

Williams Album 0 : p. 37

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