THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE
Volume 50 Number 30 August 21, 1964
This IFYE has just finished an experience that he shall never forget. Place yourself in this atmosphere and you may know how I felt when I first arrived in Teresin, near Warsaw, to participate in an International Youth Meeting. Here were gathered youth from eighteen nations of Europe all representing socialist or communist youth organizations in their various countries. "What am I doing here," came to my mind more than once during that first afternoon beside the pool. I was never so relieved in my life when I was a familiar face at supper that night. It was June Cunningham from Minnesota a fellow I F Y E to Poland. We were both just a little worried about what the next ten days held in store for us, but this worrying was needless. We found the other delegates very friendly and enjoyed our stay greatly. What I enjoyed most was the free time when you would gather around a coffee table and just talk. Topics discussed always included politics, economics, and world peace. This being the week of the Republican Convention in San Francisco, Barry Goldwater and his foreign policy was discussed widely. In the end, however, all discussion boiled down to a philosophy of life and a belief or disbelief in religion, which made further discussion fruitless. I shall never forget the closing words of a young Pole, "You believe in a unseen, unproved God, but I prefer to live for man." Toward the end of the conference I was trying to evaluate the impact we had made on the group, but met with little success. My answer came a few hours later when a member of the Russian delegate told me, "Dick, you and June have restored my faith in the youth of America. You came to this conference seeking answers and not with the attitude hat you know all the answers."
Mrs. Louis Wenzlaff, Edward Froede, Ted and Mrs. Max Hunter attended the funeral of Mrs. Maude Service at the Sullivan Funeral Home in Detroit. Mrs. Service was ill one day and had reached her 87th birthday July 20th. She has visited here with the Froedes for several years and had made many friends in the community.
Ron Barrons, Ed Henderson, and Ted Roberson left Kingston Monday at 7 a.m. by bike for Niagara Falls.
Mrs. Loie Evans returned to her home after a two weeks stay in the hospital and is much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schrader of Wilmot called on her Sunday.
Mrs. Woody Mouser entertained a family dinner August 8th honoring her father George Beech on his 87th birthday. Guests from Ohio were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mest, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanton and Mrs. Minnie Stanton of Canada. Dinner guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn and son of Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sycoskiez and daughter of Pontiac, David Rehm of Pontiac, Mr. and Mrs. Woody Mouser, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beech of Dearborn. Callers in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Van Wagoner of Kingston, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gould and daughter of Caro, and Mr. and Mrs. Bus Keeler of Pontiac.
August 17, Ken Wilkinson began his studies in Electrical engineering at General Motors Institute in Flint.
Mrs. Gerald Wilkinson and sons spent Friday in Pontiac and Walled Lake.
White Creek Floral Club
The Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams in Marlette for the August meeting Thurs., August 12.
The meeting was called to order by the President, by singing "He Leadeth Me" and reading of the 37th Psalm.
The Secretary and Treasurer Reports were read and accepted and other details were looked after.
Election of officers were conducted as the Pres., Vice Pres. and Sec. had held office for one year and the Treasurer had held office for two years it was decided to have the Secretary cast the ballot for Alice Hampton for President, Marion Jeffery for Vice President, and Ellen Coltson for Secretary, as Irene Sirdan had been Treasurer two years. Vernal Weaver was elected Treasurer, The President appointed Elva Coan Reporter and the Secretary and Treasurer were appointed the Flora Committee.
There being no further business meeting closed by repeating the Lords Prayer.
Mrs. Williams and her committee Mrs. Seddon and Mrs. Coltson served a wonderful supper.
Mrs. Michler and Mrs. Sirdan conducted several games of bingo.
The September Club to meet at noon with Mr. and Mrs. James Coan for dinner.
I am a Republican candidate for Kingston Township Clerk in the September 1, Primaries.
Your support will be appreciated:
Beverly Evans Schrader
Mayville Girl Hurt
An 18 year old Mayville girl was injured in a two-car collision here Thursday afternoon.
Treated by Caro physician for two fractured ribs was Janice Cooper. She was a passenger in a car driven by Calvin F. Rowbotham, 25,RFD 1, Lobdell Road, Mayville.
State police said the accident happened when Rowbotham collided with the left rear end of a car driven by Royola McMann, 43, 3300 North Lake Shore Road, Deckerville.
Trooper Roger Rivard said the accident happended when Mrs. McMann started a left turn into a Kingston service station with the turn signal operating, Mr. Rowbotham attempted to pass.
Trooper Rivard said a third car between the Rowbotham and McMann cars had obscured Mr. Rowbothams view and he did not see the turn signal.
East Dayton News
The W.M.S. from Kingston and East Dayton Community Aid served dinner at the East Dayton Hall for the relatives and friends of Russell Curry, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson were Thursday and Friday guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrum at Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ross and family are vacationing in the North.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ward visited Mr. and Mrs. Murry Docherty Friday.
|Ray Van Horn Is Honored
Ray Van Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Van Horn of Silvernail Road, Kingston, and a recent graduate of Kingston Community high school has been awarded an honor scholarship by Spring Arbor College for the 1964-1965 college year.
This scholarship is for $100 and is based on Ray ranking in the top 20 per cent of his graduating class.
Spring Arbor College is an accredited four-year Liberal Arts Institutional located on Highway M-60, nine miles west of Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wingert are leaving soon to live in Seattle, Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wingert would like to invite friends and neighbors to open house at their home Sunday, August 23, from 2 to 7 p.m. to meet Denise and visit with them before they leave for their new home. No gifts, please.
About 150 friends and relatives attended a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Albert Denhoff, held at the multi-purpose room in the school on Friday evening.
Those from out of town were from Detroit, Pontiac, Saginaw, Imlay City, Marlette, Cass City, Deford and Caro.
They received many nice and useful gifts.
Mrs. Alfred Brown passed away Tues., Aug 18.
Funeral Sat. 2 PM at Harmon Funeral Home.
Burial in Millington Cemetery. Obituary will be next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Docherty called on Mrs. Basil Chambers Saturday. Mrs. Chambers is recovering from surgery and returned home Friday from St. Lukes Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dombroski were Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Verald Stokes had a corn agents picnic at Caseville, Sunday.
Mrs. Phyllis Ashcroft is a patient in the Marlette hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Eastman of Cass City called on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tong and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign Thurs. evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kearns of Independence, Mo. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore last week.
Mrs. Edith Schriber of Akron spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Wanda Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neal of Flint were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neal.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tong of Detroit spent Friday with Mrs. Loa Dorman of Caro.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Caswell, Art Steele and Lonnie Bewernitz spent the weekend at their cottage near Gladwin.
Mrs. Sam Miller of Clarkston spent Saturday with Mrs. Loie Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Wiederhold of Caro and Mrs. Eldon Denhoff were recent garden visitors of Mrs. J. H. Hunter.
Mrs. Oral Chambers of Caro and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Ballard of Marlette were Sunday callers of Mrs. Loie Evans.
Elmer Clark and daughter Peggy were Saturday callers at the Loie Evans home.
Recent callers of Mrs. J. H. Hunter were Mrs. Eileen Bell of Williamston and Miss Valerie Maygar of Vassar.
Mrs. Charles Gilliland is a patient in Hills and Dales Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel of Taylor were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Torongeau.
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Thorp of Reese were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tong and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mero of Pontiac spent Saturday at the Ernest Torongeau home.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ensign and family spent a few days at the Ensign cottage.
State of Michigan
The Probate Court for the County of Tuscola, In the Matter of the Estate of
Lena Clement, Deceased.
At a session of said Court, held on August 14th, 1964
Present, Honorable Timoth C. Quinn, acting Judge of Probate
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the petition of Roderick D. Clement praying that the instrument he filed in said Court be admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament of said deceased, that administration of said estate be granted to Roderick D. Clement or some other suitable person; and that the heirs of said deceased be determined, will be heard at the Probate Court on September 17th, 1964 at ten a.m.
It is Ordered, That notice therefore be given by publication of a copy hereof for three weeks consecutively previous to said day of hearing, in the Kingston Enterprise, and that the petitioner cause a copy of this notice to be served upon each known party in interest at his last known address by registered, certified or ordinary mail (with proof of mailing), or by personal service at least fourteen (14) days prior to such hearing.
Timothy C. Quinn
Acting Judge of Probate
A true copy Beatrice P. Berry, Register of Probate
Atkins and Drillock, Attorney, Marlette, Michigan.
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