THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE

Volume 50, Number 27, Jul 31, 1964

Help - Help

Once again we are coming to you for some help with our Little Leaguers. Before the season started this year, we had a bill of $203.00 still unpaid for uniforms and equipment. So far this year we have spent almost $200.00 for additional equipment. We received $175.00 from the United Fund to be shared with the Babe Ruth team. Also, because of the difficult problems of getting umpires, we have had to hire some of the plate umpiring.

We believe that with a little more help other than the collections taken up at the games, we can finish the season with all bills paid. Therefore, it is planned to hold a Bake Sale at Schwaderer’s Standard Station on Saturday, August 1, 1964, at 10:00 a.m.

Thank You

Linton Cooper

Announces Candidacy

Arthur Dehmel of Unionville, who has been State Senator for the past 10 years, announced this week that he will seek re-election to the State Senate in the new 28th District comprising Huron, Sanilac, St. Clair and Tuscola counties.

Senator Dehmel will be seeking his sixth term.

Recognized as one of the leading crop farmers in the Thumb, Senator Dehmel has distinguished himself in the Senate, not only in the agricultural field but also in other areas. He is third ranking member of the all-important Appropriations Committee of the Senate and chairman of the subcommittee on Education. He is chairman of the Insurance Committee, a member of the Legislative Audit Committee and a member of Agriculture, Tourist, Industries, and Highway Committees.

In 1962 Senator Dehmel received the Award of Merit from the Michigan Agricultural Conference "for assistance to agriculture and the betterment of the rural way of life in Michigan."

The 9th District Michigan United Conservation Clubs commended Senator Dehmel for his "unrelenting efforts in behalf of conservation," in connection with work for procuring more state park areas, particularly with Port Crescent State Park.

Senator Dehmel is married and they have one son, who is also a farmer near Caro, and a newly married daughter, now resideing in Colorado with her serviceman-husband.

Senior Band Rehearsal

Rehearsal for senior band members will be held Wed., August 19, at 7:00 p.m. in the band room. At this time new music will be passed out and the practice schedule for the remainder of the summer will be determined.

Wm. Rupprecht, Director.

Take Trip

The Past Matron’s Club of the Eastern Star left Kingston at nine o’clock on Tuesday morning and drove over to Forrester, then on around the Lake Shore Drive, stopping at parks and all points of interest. Lunch at William’s Inn. The William Phelps Museum at Huron City, Pointe Aux Barque, Caseville, Sebewaing, where we went on a guided tour through a beautiful new church addition, then on to Bay Port where the chief interest was Sea food.

Arrived back in Kingston by 9 o’clock.

Reporter,

Cecile Van Cleave.

Surprise Party

The Dayton Center Knitting Club invited several other ladies and met at the East Dayton Hall for a surprise birthday in honor of Mrs. Margaret Walls which falls on August 1. She received a purse of money and several games of Bingo were played after which a lovely lunch was served.

Moore’s Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary

Over 200 friends and relatives attended the Open House of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Moore’s 50th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday evening, July 18th.

One interesting feature in the reception room was a space entitled "The Moore Album" which included pictures from the early childhood of both Mr. and Mrs. Moore through to the present time.

The refreshment table was decorated with gold and white and centered with a beautiful four tier wedding cake with gold candles on either side. Ice cream, cake, punch and coffee were served by the granddaughters.

The many beautiful gifts were displayed on a table decorated in gold and white.

Guests were present from Detroit, Owosso, Marlette, No. Branch, Sidney, Caro, Flint, Ann Arbor, Vassar, Caseville, Imlay City, Lapeer, Oxford, Pontiac, Deford, Corrunna, Clio, Applegate, Sandusky, Cass City, Croswell, Wheaton, Ill. and Kingston.

New Arrivals

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peter are proud parents of a son born June 22 in Fullerton, Calif. He was named Alan Jay. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter of Kingston.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Torongeau of Cherry Point, No. Carolina are parents of a 8 lbs. 12 oz, son born July 24. He will answer to the name of Thomas Michael. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weslowski or Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Torongeau of Kingston. This is the 31st grandchild of the Torongeaus.

Social News

Mrs. Donald Gould of Caro entertained on Sunday in honor of the birthdays of her husband, daughter Glenna and Uncle John. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Burmeister and children of Auburn Heights, Mr. and Mrs. George Jacoby, and son Dan of Deford. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Van Wagoner and Mr. and Mrs. John Burmeister.

Recent guests at the J. M. Burmeister home were Mr. and Mrs. Van Burmeister and children of Monroe, and Mr. and Mrs. George Burmeister of Mt. Clemens.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel and family of Taylor were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Torongeau. Ernest and Raymond are spending the week with their grandparents.

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brewer and daughters of Ann Arbor called at the John Burmeister home on Sunday evening. He and two sisters attended the White Creek School about forty years ago.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazen, Elnora, and baby of Farmington spent Sunday with Mrs. Cecil Walker, they were joined in the afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walker and Freddie of Caro.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milford and daughters of Waterford were Saturday visitors at the Ed Froede home. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hunter of Flint and Mrs. Clarence Richter.

East Dayton News

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hunter, Becky and Sue Ross were at Grayling a couple of days.

Karen Hunter spent Wed. and Thursday night with her grandmother, Nina Hunter.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson returned home Tuesday after spending a few days at Lewiston with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Russell.

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hunter took her sister Mrs. Doris Nicol to Romulus Monday afternoon.

Dale and Perry Duetsch are spending a few days with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hunter.

The Smith School reunion was held at the School house Saturday, July 25, with a pot luck dinner at noon. After the business meeting and election of officers, President Earl Hulbert of Rochester, V. P. Leo Haley of Saginaw, Secy and Treasurer Mrs. Harold Maiers of Mayville, Program Chairman Mildred Phelps, Mrs. Wm. Grier of Saginaw was program chairman. She had some games for the children, a recitation by Rhonda Hood, Reading Mrs. Nina Hunter, Meeting was adjourned. Ice Cream cones were served, and agreed to meet next year same place and same time. And everyone try to bring some one else next year.

Kingston News

Mrs. Albert Peter spent three weeks in Fullerton, Calif., with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Peter and Alan.

Loa Dorman of Caro and Eva Greenfield of Vassar called on Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ensign Wednesday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hayward of Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coates of Cass City called on Mrs. Phyllis Ashcroft, Sun.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelley of Madison Heights, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley of Fostora were weekend visitors at the Chas. Gilliland home. They went to Bad Axe to see Mrs. Gilliland’s brother Lee Penfold in the hospital, he was badly injured in a fall from a barn roof. They also went to Kinde to visit Mrs. Lee Penfold.

Mrs. Edith Schriber of Akron, Michigan called on Wanda Hunter Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ross and family, Mrs. Louis Wenzlaff and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and Wendy came Tuesday evening to help E. Froede celebrate his 85 birthday. The occasion was also the second anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and the birthday of Jason Koehler.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grindley of Owosso. Ellen Marie who has been spending the week with the Grindley’s returned home with her parents.

Mr. Grace Henderson was a dinner guest at the home of Mrs Mrs. Pearl Ogg, Saturday p.m.

Mrs. Loie Evans returned home from the hospital Wed., She would be pleased to have her friends call and see her.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mizerek of Muskegon were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Loie Evans.

Dale Penfold spent the week end home on a pass from the Veterans Hospital, Saginaw.

Mrs. Pearl Silvernail spent Sunday with Mrs. J. H. Hunter.

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moore were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson McIntyre of Owosso.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bastedo and Mr. Elmer Gibbs of Salem, West Virginia were weekend guest of

Mrs. Mrs. Bestedo’s sister was Hazsl Wilmot.

Linda and Joe Gottier left for Washignton D. C. Monday morning with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm., Bastedo sister Naxel.

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