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Williams Album 0 : p. 36
Calumet Public School Library

Blackouts in war



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Newspaper clippings and obituaries (1941-1942). Page is hand numbered ""36"". -- Practice blackout in Calumet, Laurium, the C & H Locations, and adjoining towns, reported by Sigurd Olson of the Civilian Defense. Blackout in Keweenaw county as well. Lake Linden signals were heard. -- Obiturary of Mrs. Fred Nordstrom of Ahmeek. Surviving are children Louis Nordstrom, Earl Nordstrom, Wilfred Nordstrom, Mrs. Mary Innethun, Mrs. Sven Mortty, Mrs. Edward Garrow, and Mrs. Wilbert Johnson. -- Aug. 27, 1941 - Travel announcements include: Mr. And Mrs. Carl Malmquist, Charles Malmquist, Charlotte Bryant, Mr. And Mrs. Bob Floeter, Mr. And Mrs. Ned Bryant, Mrs. Wesley Williams, Roberta Williams, Mr. And Mrs. Robert Hawke, Mr. And Mrs. William Hawke, Wiliam Doney, Mrs. John Diering, Lois Hawke, Mary Smith, Charlotte Smith, Barbara Smith, Mr. and Mrs, Dan Murphy, Mrs. Nick Malinovich, Patsy Malinovich, and Mr. and Mrs. George Jilbert. -- Dedication of the Colonel John P. Petermann monument at Allouez. Spanish Ameican War veterans asked to attend. William A. Lyons will attend, deliveing message of John Stronach of Company B, 34th Michigan Volunteer Infantry. Monument build by Peter Locatelli of Laurium. -- Captain Joseph M. Donnelly of Houghton to speak at dedication of Hubbell Tamarack Honor Roll, excercises by members of Willliams Giroux Post Number 90. Honor roll sponsored by Torch Lake Community Club, omissions given to Albert Hainault. Parade starts at C & H fire hall to Tamarack school then Community Building. Pauline Hendrickson will read, music by Keweenaw Band and Mandan Hayseeds. -- Article on Brockaway Mountain Drive by Flora D. Grierson. Mentions Lake Superior, Copper Harbor, Porter's Island, Gull Rock, government lighthouse, Fort Wilkins, Lake Fanny Hooe, Lake Manganese, Lake Medora, Lake Bailey, Lake Upson, Eagle Harbor, Copper Falls, Delaware, and Central. -- Paul Foley, son of Mike Foley of Mohawk, and Impo Ylisto of Wolverine injured enroute to Mass, near Lake Roland south of Winona. Both patients of St. Joseph's Hospital. Were to take Mrs. Walter Daley to Mohawk because of death of James Daley. -- Oct. 8, 1942 - Roberta Williams, daugter of Mr. And Mrs. Wesley Williams, of Ahmeek married Clarence Kristo, son of Jacob Kristo of Allouez at Allouez Ahmeek Methodist church. Rev. P. G. Trembath to perform ceremony. Attended by Dorothy Goodreau, and Wilbert Kristo

Williams Album 0 : p. 36

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