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Williams Album 0 : p. 35
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Newspaper clippings and obituaries (1937-1938). Page is hand numbered ""35"". -- Article by Dr. Irving S. Cutter on artificial respiration called How to Keep Well describes a technique proposed by Henry Robert Silvester. -- March, 1937 - Obiturary of Otto Kaikkonen, of Fulton. Survived by: children Ellen Kaikkonen, Ruth Kaikkonen, Marjorie Kaikkonen, Dorothy Kaikkonen, and William Kaikkonen, brothers Jacab Kaikkonen and Henry Kaikkonen of Calumet Waterworks, John Kaikkonen, and Eric Kaikkonen of Finland and sister Mrs. Arvid Jarvi of Hancock. Services at Fulton church, Rev. Walter Torala, Clyde Johnston Post, of American Legion of Keweenaw in charge, body placed in Lakeview vault. -- Ellsworth Goodreau, son of Mr. And Mrs. H. L. Goodreau, weds Florence Darlene Schwartz, daughter of Frederick Schwartz, at Presbyterian parsonage in Gary by Dr. F. W. Beckmeyer. Guests included: Mrs. Jack L. Beyers, Kay Beyers, and Margaret Goodreau. -- Poem by Wesley Williams titled Montana at Taylor's, about a card game, mentions Bert Taylor, Jim Stevens, Martin, Snell, Big Ben. -- Obiturary of John Trevarrow, Spanish American War veteran. Stricken near Portage Coal and Dock Company office on Red Jacket Road, enroute to Armistice dinner. Served in Company D, 34th Michigan Infantry, commander of Calumet Post, Spanish War Veterans, custodian of Calumet Armory, employed by Calumet and Hecla Copper Company. Surviving are brothers Christopher Trevarrow, and James Trevarrow. -- 1938 - Norine Rebekah Lodge Number 56, conducts memorial service for members of Keweenaw Lodge I.O.O.F. Number 535 at the Odd Fellows Hall at Ahmeek. Rev. Tink will give address, entertainment by Mrs. J.C. Penpraze, the Ahmeek quartet, Edward Snell, Williams Burrows, Wesley Williams, Harry Kedtle, and Mrs. Harold Allen. -- Aug., 1937 - Obiturary of John Lavers, of Laurium and Kearsarge,employed by Kearsarge Mines. Surviving: brother William Lavers, sister Honor Lavers, step mother Mary Lavers. -- 1937- Obiturary of Kate Lavers, of Laurium and Kearsarge, husband worked at Kearsarge Mine. She was a member of Kearsarge M. E. church. Surviving are sister Mrs. John Vivian, Mrs. William H. Coombe, and Mrs John Rutter.

Williams Album 0 : p. 35

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