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Williams Album 0 : p. 66
Calumet Public School Library

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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1935-1938, 1940). Page is hand numbered ""66"" -- 1940 - Obiturary of John Trevarrow of Mohawk, died in Memorial Hospital. Settled at Central in Keweenaw, worked for Central Mining Company, then Quincy Mining Company, the Baltic Mine, then Mohawk Mining Company, then to Painesdale. Meber of Allouez township board of education, Mohawk Community Water Company, and Hougton Lodge F&AM. Surviving Helen Gron, Gretchen Jewell, John H. Trevarrow, Leidrel Trevarrow, Martha Bowden, Johanna Bowden, Richard TRevarrow, David Trevarrow. Services with Rev Joseph Oately and Rev. E. W. Tink, former pastors of Mohawk Methodist church Body at Thomas funeral home, burial in Forest Hill cemetery. -- Keweenaw Lodge I.O.O.F. installs officers, in Ahmeek, Harry Kestle, William Burrows, Frederick E. Bryant, Wesley Sleighman, Wesley Williams, Carl Bickle, Thomas Rapson, James Nicholas, Thomas Trezise, Ralph Wolfe, John Beaudoin, William L. Johns, John Floyd, Emil Nelson. -- 1935 - Johnston Post, American Legion plans for Memorial Day program at Eagle River cemetery. Individuals mentioned Thomas H. Hebbard, Wesley Williams, Ahmeek male quartet, Rev. S. A. Carey, pastor of Calumet and Mohawk M.E. Churches, Judge William E. Smith.Johnston Post will unite with Penberthy Post of Calumet for program at Lakeview cemetery. -- Dec., 1936 - Christmas skating party, with music by Keweenaw Band, directed by Wesley Williams, will be held at Colosseum. -- 1937 - Obiturary of Raymond Williams of Kearsarge, employeed at Kearsarge Mine, Surviving are Mrs. W. C. Robb, Earl Williams, Raymond Williams, Henry M. Geueke. -- Oct. 18, 1935 - Johnston Post, American Legion installs officerrs at club rooms in Mohawk. Individuals mentioned R. M. Dodge, William A. Rowe, Peter Schlegelmann, Joseph Enriette, Wilfred Dunn, Paul Pintar, Thomas W. Hebbard, James H. Nicholas, George Cronenworth, G. F. Brewington, Wesley Williams, August Raisanen, John Kurie. -- Feb., 1938 - Obiturary of Lillian Harris of Laurium . Surviving Arthur Harris, Lloyd Harris Howard Harris, Richard Cornish, William Cornish, George Cornish, Charles Cornish, Jack Cornish. Body at Thomas funeral home, Rev . Pacey officating, burial at Lakeview vault. -- 1936 - News photo of Lulu Belle. -- 1938 - Obiturary of Franklin E. Bay, of Calumet. Employeed by Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Company. Surviving Marian Bay, Carol Bay, Hartley Bay, Ernest Bay, Grace Bay. -- Jan., 1937 - Ad for skating party sponsored Calumet Intermediate Hockey League, at Colosseum, music by Keweenaw Band.

Williams Album 0 : p. 66

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