Volume 50, Number 26, July 24, 1964

Republican Women to Meet

Plans for a Tuscola County Republican Women’s group will be made at an organization meeting to be held at 4621 North Seegar St. in Cass City at 8:00 p.m. on July 23.

Mrs. Victor Guernsey will host the group in the W.E. Walpole home.

Spearheading the formation of the committee are Mrs. Wayne Prilliman, Caro; Mrs. Clare Carpenter and Mrs. Guernsey of Cass City.

All Republican women of the county are urged to attend.

Surprise Party

Mrs. Vita Champagne was very much surprised when 7 ladies dropped in on her Wed. evening, July 15 to help her celebrate her birthday. The party was enjoyed by Mrs. Virginia Bilicki, Mrs. Joan Bastian, Mrs. Marie Campnell, Mrs. Norma Campnell, Mrs. Vickie Wolak, Miss Virginia Kyrpko and Mrs. Connie Champagne. Her daughter-in-law Connie, planned the surprise.

Candlelight Wedding

The newlywed Mr. and Mrs. James A. Green were married Saturday evening, June 20, in the Kingston Methodist Church by Rev. Alan Weeks, in a candlelight double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the former Gayle Ann Peter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Peter of Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Green of Kingston are the parents of the bride.

Mrs. Keith Walker attended the bride as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Pat Ruggles and Mrs. Steve Peter.

Tom Green was his brother’s best man. The grooms attendants were Steve Peter and Bob Green. Fred Peter was an usher.


Smith School Reunion will be held Saturday, July 25 at the Smith School House. Pot luck at noon. All former students and teachers are invited.

White Creek Floral Club

The White Creek Floral Club, met at the School House Thurs. with Mr. and Mrs. Art Harneck as hosts.

The meeting was called to order by the President Alice Hampshire with the reading of the 62nd Psalm.

The secretary and treasurer gave their reports which were accepted as read and placed on file.

A discussion of a trip to Croswell to the Show Boat was discussed and Myra Burmeister was to see about the tickets.

A picnic was held at the school house on Sunday in honor of 50 years of the Club. Then discussion of a reunion to be held at the school house August 23, 1964. All former teachers and pupils, also parents who lived in the school district are invited.

There being no further business Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Lee conducted several games of Bingo. After which the hostess and helpers served a delicious supper.

The August Club will be held a week earlier to get ready for the reunion.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams will be hosts.

Elva Coan, Reporter.

New Arrivals

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harper are parents of a son born Tuesday, July 21, in the Lapeer County General Hospital.

Society News

Miss Wanda Hunter returned home last Monday from Oak Lawn, Illinois after spending several months. Mrs. Cornelius Kallas and Mrs. Illa Belle Kallas accompanied her home and spent several days with her.

Mr. and Mrs. Vaillie Quiel and family spent the past 3 days at the E. Torongeau home.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel and family spent the week end at the Torongeau.

Mrs. Lewis C. Harper and children along with her sister Mrs. Douglas Trim of Davidson spent the week of July 12-19 at Higgins Lake State Park while Mr. Harper attended the Conservation School.

Kingston News

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ensign and Tom of Marlette were Thurs. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ensign of Marlette and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign enjoyed the Show Boat in Chesaning Saturday evening.

Robert Barrons has been ill this past week.

Mrs. Loie Evans remains on the sick list.

Monday and Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lyons were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCutcheon of Lewiston.

Mrs. Alton Lyons, Mrs. Lloyd Howey, Miss Wilma Howey, Miss Barbara Turner of Snover and Mr. William D’Arcy attended the D’Arcy reunion at Ojibway Park in Saginaw Saturday.

Mrs. Cecil Walker attended the B. E. Moore 50th wedding anniversary Saturday and enjoyed dinner with them Sun.

Sunday evening Rev. and Mrs. Traver took Mrs. Mary Booth, Mrs. Bessie Sproule , Mrs. J. H. Hunter, and Mrs. Cecil Walker to services at Brown City Evangelical Church where Rev. Traver was guest speaker.

The Robert Torongeau spent the past week at the Ernest Torongeau home.

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schrader and girls are spending 2 weeks vacation at Pt. Sanilac.

Mrs. Phylis Ashcroft is slowly improving in health. Her callers the past week were Mrs. Chester Mybren of Mansfield, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson of Marlette, Mrs. Wm. Shoemaker, Mrs. Albert Wiepert, Mrs. Onalee Crawford, Mrs. Vonda Kolb of Cass City and Beverly Bahovick of Decker.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelly of Madison Heights spent Sat. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilliland.

Mr. Chas Gilliland and Mr. Everett Penfold called on Mr. Dale Penfold in the Veterans Hospital Saginaw, Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rassette and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Torongeau spent the week end at Fruit Port, Michigan.

Denis O’Kelly visited her cousin Shelly Schwaderer for a few days this week.

Social News

Mr. and Mrs. James Caswell spent the week end at their cottage.

Miss Alice Steele was a week end guest of Barbara Woods.

Wednesday 23 friends and cousins helped Wayne Ensign celebrate his 7th birthday. He received many nice gifts.

Mrs. John F. Schwartz Jr., and two children, Pamila and John have left for their home in La Crescenta,m California. Mrs. Schwarz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hackett, Sr. She has been caring for her mother upon her return from the hospital.

Mrs. Earl Fortier of Lake City and Mrs. Bessie Orgram of Saginaw were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lyons.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Evans visited at the Carl Hanselman home in Ruth, Sunday.

Miss Jennifer Boondas nursing consultant from the Michigan Dept of Health, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bill Schwaderer where they worked at planning an in service program for the Thumb. Nurse’s Ass’n at 4 country groups of public health nurses. Mrs. Lucy Miller R.N joined them for lunch at the Schwaderer home.

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