Williams Album 0 : p. 25 Institution
Calumet Public School Library Subject
Labor unions Subject
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Newspaper clippings on various topics and obituaries (1942). Page is hand numbered ""25"". -- Lois Miller, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Fred L. Miller, of Eldora wins violin at contest in Minneapolis, accompanist was Mrs. J. D. Leonard. Violin offered by Jacob O. Lundh. -- Obituary of William Hugo of Tamarack, Ahmeek and Lake Linden. Surving are his brother James Hugo, and sister Mrs. William Satterly of Kearsarge. Body will be taken to Thomas funeral chapel. -- Obituary of William Skinner of Laurium, member of the Salvation Army. Surviving is son Stanley Skinner. Service to be held at Salvation Army Citadel in Calumet with Captain Homer Storey officiating. Burial will be at Lakeview, body is at Thomas funeral chapel. -- Obituary of Mary Rosenburg of Kenosha, Wisconsin, widow of Sam Rosenburg, member of the Calumet Methodist Church. Survived by daughter Mrs. Fred Pope, sons Samuel Rosenburg and Fred Rosenburg, granddaughter Mrs. Floyd Cecil, and three cousins: Mrs. Albert Schafer, James Symons and Arthur Symons. Body will be taken to Thomas funeral chapel, services with Rev. Howard Snell, internment in Lakeview cemetery. -- May 15 - Employees of Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Mining Company vote against International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, Local 584, C. I.O. Election supervised by John E. Johnson of fthe National Labor Relations Board. Supervsors, hospital employees, members of the clerical staff, library employees and watchmen were barred from voting. -- Nov. 6, 1942 - Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union, Local No. 584,C.I.O. won bargaining rights at the Calumet & Hecla Mines with 943 votes, there were 547 votes for Independent copper Workers Union.