Williams Album 0 : p. 26 Institution
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Newspaper clippings on various topics and obituaries (1942). Page is hand numbered ""26"". -- Dec. 12, 1942 - Obituary of Julia Polkinghorne, of Houghton, widow of Rev. Steven Polkinghorne. Came from Cornwall to Central Mine, Mr. Polkinghorne was pastor of Methodist Church in Manistique, later in Ontonagon, Iron Mountain, Ishpeming, Lake Linden, Kearsarge, and Pewabic. She was member of Grace Methodist Church. Surviving are daughter Ada Polkinghorne, son Wilfrid Polkinghorne, sister Laura Marshlain. Rev. F. C. Vosburg will officiate, body will be interred in Forest Hill cemetery. -- Article on figuring your income tax, Associated Press Leased Wire. -- Humorous article on history of Mohawk. Indian names such as Seneca, Objibway, Mandan and Winona chosen by mining companies to name mines. Mohawk village named by Long Ranger. -- Obituary of Margaret Rohrig, dies at home of daughter Mrs. W. T. King of Ahmeek. Mrs. Rohrig born at Eagle River member of Pythian Sisters and of the Norine Rebekah lodge. Survived by sister Ida Bennetts, and brother Adolph. -- Death notice with photo of golfer Marion Miley, slain in Lexington, Kentucky. -- Article on return of train service to Mineral Range depot, service from Mackinaw City on Detroit to Calumet run. Crowd meets train with officials from Calumet and Laurium Village Councils and Calumet and Laurium Chambers of Commerce, and the WPA band. -- Allen R. Josey, son of Mr. A nd Mrs. John A. Josey of Ahmeek receives promotion on rank in U.S. Navy. He will visit relatives John C. Josey, Mrs. Arthur Erickson, Fred M. Josey.