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Williams Album 0 : p. 20
Calumet Public School Library

Phelps, C. L. ( )

Nurses' aides


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Newspaper clippings (1942) and check receipt (1938). Page is hand numbered ""20"". -- Newspaper photo of first class of Nurse's Aides graduated at St. Joseph's, with 2 instructors, 29 women. Names are: Dorothy Goodreau, Gwendolyn Goodreau, Catherine Fisher, Genevieve Stern, Marjorie Tolkon, Florence Shea, Celie Jalkainen, Marie Kauppi, Helmi Koski, Athenia Parsons, Elma Ruonavaara, Pauline Belyan, Mary Lanctot, Gertrude Nominelli, Margaret Amato, Helmi Hurula, Florence Barta, Lucille Nagle, Julia Utti, Eleanor Gagnon, Merici Des Rochers, Katherine Rouleau, Genevieve Weber, Edna Rahn, Maude Hill, Louise Guidotti, Lucille Beerling, Alice Brodeur, and Mary Louise Hart. -- Sept. 7, 1938 - Check receipt to Wesley Williams for payment of Bank Night Award at Calumet Theatre for amount of $50.00, from Fox Wisconsin Amusement Corporation. -- May 21, 1942 - C.L. Phelps, superintendent of Ishpeming schools, and formerly principal of Calumet high school retires at end of school year. Small notice of how many radio sets were sold in the United States in 1940. Also note about maple sap. -- 1942 - Newspaper clipping of poem in memory of Arthur Lehto, contributed by Bette V. Ollila, Wolverine Location, Kearsarge, Michigan.

Williams Album 0 : p. 20

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