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Arenac County Historical Album - Page 5

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Early Railroad tickets
oil_gusher.jpg Oil Gushers like this one during the early days of the Arenac County oil boom became a fairly common sight.
nem_1.jpg 1916 Northeast Michigan baseball club.

Front row:
Vincent White, Johnie Chaltraw, Charlie Biskner, Clarence Valley
Back row: Fred Pulson, Gerald Noffsinger, Fred Sobieray, Fred Noffsinger, Rod Valley

from the Arenac County Independent
nem_2.jpg 1959 Northeast Michigan baseball team

Front row:
George Pestrue, Joe Trombley, Bob Blacnk, Jack Grier, Francis Romanik, Hank Charbonneau (manager), Don DeShano
Back row: Kenny VanHorn, Jim Grier, Tom LaClair, Jack Miller, Art Raymond, Cletus Vallad, Harold Vallad, Don Stodolak, Tony Plachta, Kenny Schmidt
Bat Boy at front: Ron Raymond

from the Arenac County Independent
nem_3.jpg An American Baseball Club letter to an Arenac County resident. The letter was signed by “Connie” Mack, in 1934. He was one of the all time great baseball managers.
hickory_island_school_1.jpg 1927 Hickory Island School class picture.

Front row:
Clarence Perro, Glenn Guerin, Raymond Yenna, Jesse Foster, John Yenna, Louis Guerin
2nd row: Andy Stokoszynski, Carol Noeske, Patricia Jeskey, Clarence Guerin, Eleanor Luberda, Lillian Gwisdala, Eleanore Jendzeski, Gertrude Noeske, Leonard Stodolak, Virginia Jendzeski, Melvina Yenna
3rd row: Eugene Bukowski, Sylvester Maner, Bobbie Foster, Irene Jeskey, Chester Hart, Frances Stasinski, Irene Stelmach, Eddie Logas, Martha Ruse, Floyd Yenna, Eugene Thomaszewski, Lenus Pena, Edie Luberda, Richard Stasinski, Jeanette Noeske, Gladys Noeske
Back row: Gilbert Ruse, Stanley Dzuiban, Edward Lanczak, Adeline Jendzeski, Margie Stelmach, Florence Stasinski, Mary Jendzeski, Freida Foster
hickory_island_school_2.jpg Hickory Island School attendance award

Alice Pearsall.
hickory_island_school_3.jpg Hickory Island School teacher contract (Note this is the same student who, 12 years before, received attendance award in our home page picture last week).

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Last updated:  01/18/2010.   Content 2005-2010 by the Arenac County Historical Society