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Williams Album 0 : p. 52
Calumet Public School Library


American Legion


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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1937-1938). Page is hand numbered ""52"". -- 1938 - Legion convention parade announced by Jack Hamm. Parade will start at First and Hecla Streets Laurium, going to Lake Linden Avenue over to Osceola, north to Third to Red Jacket, west to Calumet to Fifth Street, to Pine, west to Sixth Street to Scott.Ten drum and bugle corps, including Menominee Legion band. Judges are Myrtle Eaton, Mrs. Fred Martin, W. G. Cudlip, Alden Steck, and Heartley Bay. Grand marshall is James O'Neil, department commander Carl H. Smith. Bands included Calumet and Hecla band, Calumet Junior Corp, Keweenaw Legionnaires, Calumet Legionnaires. -- Dec., 1937 - Keweenaw band to play at Colosseum, under direction of Wesley Williams. Skating parties held. -- Dec., 1937 - Advertisment for Christmas skating party at Colosseum with Keweenaw band. -- 1938 - Wesley Williams announces Keweenaw band to play at Colosseum, songs to include Keweenaw Golf Course, Fort Wilkins. -- 1937 - Johnston Post, American Legion holds meeting. Annual meeting to be held at Gay Community Building, all Legionnaires invited to attend. Individuals named: George Cronenworth, Albert Koljonen, Wilfred Dunn, Wesley Williams, Emil Frisk, James Nicholls, James Jackson, Peter Schlegelmann, Joseph Enriiette, Ben Tossava, Onni Lahti, Joseph Devine, Howard Opal, Arthur Hagman, Oliver Bruneau, Edward Petermann, Stephen Murphy, R. M. Dodge, John Saari, John Kurie, Angelo Marson. Next meeting will make plans for Armistice Day.

Williams Album 0 : p. 52

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