THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE

Volume 50 Number 47 December 18, 1964

Obituaries

Laura E. Vick

Laura E. Vick, 100, passed away Sunday, December 12, 1964, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Drake. She had been ill since August.

Mrs. Vick was born in Wood County, Ohio, September 18, 1864.

She married George Vick in Toledo, Ohio, in 1888. Mr. Vick passed away in 1929.

Mrs. Vick had lived here for 11 years.

She is survived by one daughter Buelah Drake, Kingston; one son, William Vick, Grove City, Penn.; one granddaughter Virginia Swietzer of Grove City, Penn.; and three great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Monday, December 14, at 2:00 p.m. from the Harmon Funeral Home.

Rev. Charles Strawn officiated.

Burial was in the Kingston Cemetery.

White Creek Floral Club

The Floral Club met at the School House Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Irl Coltson as hosts.

Mrs. Coltson and her helpers served a wonderful Christmas dinner. Roast Turkey and all the trimmings was enjoyed by all.

After that Mrs. Hampshire called the meeting to order by singing, "Joy to the World." Then we sang Happy Birthday to Mary Legg and Shirley Davies. The President. Read the Christmas Story from Luke II.

The secretary and treasurer gave their reports which we accepted.

Christmas readings were given by Mildred Harneck and Florence Cargill.

Roll call was answered too.

The meeting closed with the Lord’s Prayer. We will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langmaid at their home in Jan.

The meeting was turned over to the Recreation Committee, who gave out the gifts. Also Secret Pals were chosen for 1965.

FFA

The Kingston Chapter of Future Farmers of America held its annual Greenhand Initiation Ceremony in the High School Gym on Wed., December 9 at 8:00 p.m. Darrell Begeman, Albert Benjamin, Devere Clinesmith, Fred Green, Calvin LaBlanc, Bill Russell, William Montei, Patrick Neff, Dan Pohlod, Dave Roberson, Don Roberson, and Robert Tucker, having met the Green Hand requirements were given the bronze Greenhand pin in the candle light ceremony present by the officers of the chapter.

The chapter awarded the emblem to Lyle D. Curry who was unable to attend the ceremony because of illness. Conveyed upon the female agriculture student, Jeanette Randall, the Honorary Greenhand award.

Ron Hunter, Reporter.

2 Kingston Students In Clinic Band

Two students from the KHS Concert Band were chosen to participate in the MSBOA District 3 Clinic Band held December 12 at the Elkton-Pigeon Bayport High School. Those students were Christina Schwaderer, on the clarinet, and Robert Fox, on the Sousaphone. They attended the all-day clinic with their director, Mr. William Rupprecht.

The students are selected by their directors, and then chosen by the clinic chairman on the basis of ability. They are divided into two groups, a B C D band and an AA A group depending on their school’s classification.

The purpose of the clinic bands is to take a group of students who have practiced the music before hand and mold them into a performing group after a series of sectionals and full rehearsals. Guest conductors are in charge of the groups during the whole day which is climaxed by a banquet and concert in the evening.

The KHS band members are now busy preparing for a winter concert to be held in Feb., the District Festival in March, and the Senior High Solo and Ensemble Festival in Feb.

Also on the calendar is a Pancake Supper, January 15, sponsored by the Band Boosters organization. Plans are being made to make it a successful fund-raising event.

Christmas Vacation

Kingston Community School will be dismissed for the Christmas Holidays at 11:30 on Wednesday, December 23, as previously announced. School will resume on January 4.

Kingston Gets New Business

The former Clifford Branch of L.O. Moriarty Pole Buildings, Inc., moved to its new location one mile West of Kingston on M-46, December 15. The firm purchased land from Lewis Powell where it has erected anew office and warehouse.

The Kingston office is a branch of L.O. Moriarty Pole Builders, Inc., of Angola, Indiana. This firm which has built over 250 buildings in the last three and one half years through the Clifford office is hoping to do even better with their new, more compact unit. The firm sells and erects Pole Buildings for farms and industry. Their buildings are built by crews directly from this office. They do no sub contracting.

All personnel at the Kingston office are from Michigan, several from the Kingston community. Robert King, well know in the community, is manager of this office.

Band Boosters

The KHS Band Boosters will meet December 21, at 8 p.m. in the band room. Final plans for the Pancake Supper will be discussed at the meeting. Refreshments will be served.

Society News

Mrs. Josephine Cojacari of Detroit spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign and returned to her home Monday with her cousin Mr. Douglas Ensign and Kelly.

Mrs. Robert Simons of Findlay, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook and family were Tuesday evening dinner guest at the Chester Chatfield home.

Mr. and Mrs. Emerson McIntyre and Kevin of Owosso were Saturday night and Sun. visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moore.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel and family of Taylor spent the weekend with here parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Torongeau.

Mrs. Douglas Ensign and children called on her mother Mrs. Everett Rich of Silverwood Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boadway of Clarkston were weekend visitors at the Chester Chatfields.

Mrs. Kenneth Boadway of Clarkston and Mrs. Chester Chatfield were visitors at the nome of Mrs. Lynn Esthruth of Phillips Road Saturday.

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