THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE
Volume 50, Number 29, August 14, 1964
Open House Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Clinesmith will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday evening, August 15th at an Open House at the East Dayton Community Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinesmith were married August 12, 1939. They have two children, David of Silverwood and Donald at home.
Friends and relatives are welcome to come and help them celebrate their anniversary.
White Creek Floral Club
Eighteen members and friends of the White Creek Floral Club enjoyed seeing "Black River Showboat" at Croswell on Thursday evening. The home talent acts were very good, and contained much comedy. The radio and TV entertainers came highly recommended and provided excellent entertainment.
The group of home town people sponsoring the show provided transportation for two bus loads of muscular dystrophy patients who are vacationing at Camp Worden near Lexington. High school students volunteered to wheel all of these unfortunate youngsters to good positions near the stage. A good display of fire works also enhanced the "Showboat" and its many passengers as it approached the stage
School Opens Sept 8th
School Opens Tuesday, Sept. 8th.
With the opening of school only a short time away it is important for parents and students to note the following items:
Busses will travel their regular routes, beginning at 7:30 on Tuesday, September 8. It will probably be necessary to adjust the routes later in order to balance the loads on each bus. Students will leave school at 11:00 for the trip home.
On Tuesday, only the Elementary and Junior High grades 7, 8, 9 will report for enrollment.
On Wednesday the Elementary and High School grades 10, 11, 12 will report for enrollment.
The first full day of school will be on Thursday, Sept 10.
Students who are in grades 7 thru 12 and who have not attended Kingston before should register with the High School Principal during the week before school starts so that records may be obtained.
The book rental fee of $5.00 per child will be effective for all children in grades K-12. In the grades K thru 6 this fee will cover all the costs of textbooks and workbooks. In the grades 7 thru 12 there may be additional fees for practice sets, shop cards, laboratory fees in special classes.
The hot lunch program will begin on Thursday, September 10. It is anticipated that the cost of the lunches will be increased to 30 cents per day or $1.50 per week.
The new addition to the elementary school will be completed by August 21, so there will be ample space to properly house all students. The Block School has been sold and will not be used as a classroom.
Several new staff members have been hired for the year: Mr. John Holodnick, the new High School Principal comes to Kingston from Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port; Miss Marilyn Marcin will teach English and Speech. For the past six years she has been teaching in Saginaw. Mrs. Nancy Rupprecht will teach in the elementary school. She has been teaching for the past two years in Canton, Ohio.
The St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, North Branch was the scene of the lovely wedding of June Margaret Hawley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hawley, Ortonville, and Edward Lynn McGinnis, son of Mr. and Mrs. George McGinnis of Clifford on Saturday, July 11, 1964. Father John Dunn, close friend of the McGinnis family of Detroit performed the ceremony.
Denia Cravero, Saginaw, close friend of the bride was Maid of Honor.
Bridesmaids were Barbara Hale, Saginaw in blue; Sharon Silvernail, Kingston, both friends of the bride; and Diane Van Conant, Clifford cousin of the groom.
Debra Anne Adamic, North Branch, was flower girl.
Jerry McGinnis, Clifford was best man for his brother. Other groomsmen were Jim Clothier and Lee Chappel both friends of the groom from Clifford, and Barrie Hawley, Ortonville, brother of the bride. Ron Parrino, Clifford and Robert Hawley, Ortonville seated the guests.
The young couple both graduated from Kingston High School in 1963. The bride also graduated from Tri-City Beauty School in Saginaw. The groom is employed at Pontiac Motors.
The newly weds will make their home in Clifford.
The class of 67 and the FFA will have a dance August 14 in the Kingston High School gym. From 7:30 to 12:30. Single 35 cents, couple 50 cents. All students invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel and family of Taylor were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tornongeau.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burmeister were Mrs. Catherine Stevens of Saginaw. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hempton and Mr. Leroy Murphy of Pontiac, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Maloney and daughter Clare of Dearborn. Callers were Jack Cargill, Mr. and Mrs. Glen VanWagoner, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gould and daughter Glenna of Caro. Pictures taken by the Hamptons at Pensacola in April were greatly enjoyed by the group.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neal attended the funeral of her cousin Leonard Duckwitz in Imlay City last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tong of Detroit are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign.
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ensign were Mrs. Bob Miles and children, Mrs. Roy Rich and children of Clifford, Mrs. Everett Rich of Silverwood, Mrs. Mary Sugar of Flint, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hudson of Lapeer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rassette attended the picnic at the St. Michaels Church Sunday.
Cyndie Hicks of Wheaton, Ill is spending a few days this week with Ellen Marie Moore.
Blenda Fulford of Berkley spent last week with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dolos Stoner.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rodenbo and family of Auburn Heights visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neal over the weekend. They were returning to their home after a vacation thru Michigan and Canada.
Lena M. Clement
Lena M. Clement, 53, passed away Saturday, August 8, 1964 in the Marlette Hospital after an illness of three years.
Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Lapeer Co.
She and the former Carl Clement were married April 23, 1947. Mr. Clement passed away in 1957.
She was a member of the Kingston Methodist Church.
Mrs. Clement leaves two sons, Michael and Tom both at home, six sisters, Mrs. Mildred Bristol, Grayling, Mrs. Belle Jackson, Marlette, Miss Leola Smith, Ann Arbor, Mrs. Marjorie Scramlin, Lapeer, Mrs. Maxine Tubbs, Dearborn, and Mrs. Phyllis Clemens of Lapeer, two brothers James of Pontiac and Steven of Lapeer.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, August 11, at 2 p.m. from the Kingston Methodist Church with Rev. Charles Strawn officiating. Burial was at the Mt. Hope Cemetery in Lapeer.
Russell S. Curry
Russell S. Curry, 86, Route No. 3, Caro, passed away Sun., August 9, 1964 in the Cass City Hospital. He had been ill about two months.
Mr. Curry was born in Wells Township January 16, 1978. He lived on this farm all his life.
He and Gertie Avery were married July 18, 1907 in Wells. She died in 1924.
Mr. Curry and Katrerine Durkee were married July 28, 1934. She passed away July 25, 1939.
He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Iola Ross, Caro, and Mrs. Ethel Seddon of Kingston, two stepdaughters, Mrs. Opal Hunter of Kingston and Mrs. Avis Starr of Pontiac and 20 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, August 12 at 2 p.m. from the Kingston Methodist Church with Rev. Charles Strawn officiating.
Burial was in Indianfield Cemetery at Caro.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tong and children, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tong and family and Mrs. Josephine Cojacari and daughters of Detroit spent the week end at the Tong farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen, Dale and Annette, and Mrs. Hazel Wilmot enjoyed a few days last week at the Wilmot cabin near Mio.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burns spent the week end in New York to attend the funeral of an uncle.
Mrs. Cecil Walker was a dinner guest of her son Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walker. They spent the afternoon in Bay City.
Mrs. Cecil Walker spent Sat. in Drayton Plains visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dilles Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Baldwin.
Wanda Hunter was a Sat., luncheon guest of Mrs. J. H. Hunter.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sutprin of Waterford were guests of Mrs. J. H. Hunter. Mrs. Weaver returned home with them and from there will return to her home in Monticello, Inda.
Sunday Mr. Wm. DArcy was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Howey. In the afternoon Mr. Howey and Mr. DArcy called at the Ben DArcy home in Silverwood.
Mrs. Hunter and her sister Mrs. Weaver of Monticello, Ind. had as their guests Tuesday their niece Mrs. Ray Wrayburn of Cass City.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lyons visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Olmstead at Bellvue, Michigan.
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