THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE
Volume 50, Number 5, March 13, 1964
Good Turnout at Village Election
At the Village Election held Monday, March 9, a good turnout was recorded. A total of 77 votes was cast. Those elected were: President John Burns, 74 votes; Clerk Walter Harmon, 75 votes; Treasurer Mildred Parrott, 76 votes; 3 trustees for 2 years; John Barden,, Jr., 71 votes; James Brief, 57 votes; Micheal Lalko, 39 votes; Assessor Robert Peter, 76 votes.
Married in Evening Services
Married Saturday evening at seven oclock at the Commerce Methodist Church, Commerce, Michigan, were Miss Barbara Jean Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wideman and Mr. James Lee McCabe of Grand Ledge, Michigan.
Those attending the wedding from here were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clement, Cindy and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. James Parker and daughters Kim, Vick, and Nancy, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker and Bobby.
Bobby Parker was ring bearer and Cindy Clement was one of the bridesmaids. Barbara is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker.
MRS. GODFREY MONTEI
Mrs. Godfrey Montei, former longtime resident of this community, passed away, Tuesday, March 3, 1964 in the Heatherstone Nursing Home at Caro. She was 86 years old. Mrs. Montei was born July 20, 1877.
She leaves a son, Douglas Montei of Japan, 2 sisters Mrs. Chatfield of Caro, and Miss Alta Griffin of the Methodist Home in Chelsea, Michigan and 2 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday March 7, from the Evangelical United Brethern Church of Caro, with Rev. Alan Weeks and Rev. M. H. Willard officiating. Burial was in the Brookside Cemetery at Fairgrove, Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Head and family of Waterford were Sunday dinner guests of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Delos Stoner.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ruggles, Mrs. Walter Parrott and Mrs. Vernon Everett attended the funeral of Mrs. Godfrey Montei Saturday in Caro.
Mrs. J. H. Hunter entertained Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Howey and Wilma Friday evening. The event was Mrs. Howeys birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Scott of Standish surprised Mrs. J. H. Hunter Sunday by calling on her.
Mrs. B. E. Moore and Mrs. Basil Simpson called on Mrs. Bessie Sproule who is a patient in the Cass City Hospital.
Weekend guests at the Leland Ensign home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks and daughter of Pontiac, Mr. and Mrs. Len Liedel and family of Fenton. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hudson of Marlette called.
Mrs. Leslie Nelson of Applegate called on Mrs. J. H. Hunter Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Szydlowski of Roseville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Caswell.
Mr. Percy Legg and Mrs. Katherin Ash of Roscommon were weekend guests at the Leo Legg home.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Gerald Wilkinson entertained several little friends of Dan Wilkinson in honor of his birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moore spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson McIntyre in Owosso. It was JoAnns birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hartt of Ferndale and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Van Cleave are spending a couple of weeks in Mobile, Alabama.
Miss Nancy Rossman of Lansing and Miss Mary Polzin of Saginaw were Sunday dinner guests at the Leslie Rossman home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Van Cleave left Saturday for Alabama but expected to spend Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pridmore in Detroit. Mrs. Pearly Pridmore is still nursing a very bad heel. She fell in November and split her heel. She spent several days in the hospital and has had a cast on ever since. We all wish you a speedy recovery Pearl.
Mr. and Mrs. Harland Legg spent the weekend at Benton Harbor as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilkins. On the way they stopped and visited John Ocilka who is a patient in the Veterans Hospital in Grand Rapids.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berry and John and Mrs. Larry Smith and Susan were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Froede home.
Cardinals Take Class D District Tournament at Caro
Kingston upset the tournaments at Carol by walking away with the Class D. Championship.
The Cards played the Carsonville Tigers Thursday night and defeated them 70-51. Kingstons high point men were Lester, Cripps and McCool. This big win gave the Cards the opportunity to play Unionville Saturday night for the Championshipship.
Here the Cards bet the Eagles 70-66 who had twice been victorious over them.
The Cards had a very slow start as the opening minutes showed Unionville with a 9-2 lead. The Cards came back with great force but still trailed 16-12 at the end of the quarter. The Cards force was still going strong as they outscored the Eagles 24-16. The Cards retired to the locker room with a 36-32 lead.
The third quarter showed two evenly balanced teams but the Cards were still ahead at the end of the quarter 50-45.
The Eagles gave the Cards a real scare during the fourth quarter as they came close, tied, and by-passed them once. With a minute to go the Cards trailed by one point but with Burns free throws and Cripps basket in the final seconds the Cards came through with a 70-66 victory.
Honored for Twenty Years of Service
Miss Marjorie Radloff, Asst. Cashier of the Kingston State Bank was honored at a surprise dinner party held at the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth Saturday evening. Mr. John J. Barden, Sr., Bank President, presented the guest of honor with an engraved gold watch to mark her 20th year with the bank. Miss Radloff is a graduate of Kingston High School and was employed in the bank in March of 1944. Special guests of the evening were Majories brothers John Radloff of Sandusky and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Radloff of Marlette.
Deford Methodist Church, Rev Alan Weeks, Pastor, Warren Kelley, Sunday School Supt.
Evang Lutheran Church of Our Saviours, Pastor Karl Fuhlbrigge
Lamotte Presbyterian Church, Rev. B. Heideman, Minister, Mervin Ellis, Supt of S.S., Earl Cox, Asst Supt.
Clifford Baptist Church, Pastor - Keith Mead
Dayton Center Church, Rev Charles Jenkins, Pastor.
Kingston Methodist Church, Rev. Alan Weeks, Pastor, Walter Harmon, Sunday School Supt.
Pilgrim Holiness Church, Reverend Raymond Dean, Pastor, Raymond Moore, Supt.
St. Michael Church, Rev. Raymond Pilarski
Wilmot Holiness Missionary Church, Pastor, Rev. Wm, D. McKay.
Clifford Methodist Church, Donald Caster, Pastor
Koylton Community Church, Robert Cook, Pastor.
|Addresses of Those in Service
PFC P.E. Torongeau, 1963099, VMCIJ-2 2nd MAW, FMF, Cherry Point, N.C.
H. N. Stark, B1N2, P.O. Box 215, Kailva, Hawaii.
A2C Andrew G. Bieszczak, 16677671, Box 249, A.E, Squadron, Bunker Hill, AFB, Ind.
Pfc Frank Gnandt RA, 16716903, 11th Med Hosp. Field, APO. 178, New York, N.Y.
David Hawley, SR 6862560, Flag Allowance, CIN PAC FLT, c/o FPO Box 2, Navy 128, San Francisco, Calif.
James H. Sura SR686-40-71, VP 26 NAAS, Chase Field, Beeville, Texas.
L/Cpl Ralph M. Yens, 1919322, Bulk Fuel Co, ASD, 1st FSR, Camp Pendleton, Calif.
Sgt Lyle T. Torongeau, H&MS 31 MAG 31 MCAS, Beaufort, South Carolina.
Nelson Raymond W. SA 6 94 48 14 SUN, USS Hermitage LSD 34, c/o FPO New York, N.Y.
Pvt Leo A. Heineman RA 16781350, School Co. CAS 7th ATC, APO 114, New York, New York
PFC Michael D. Dawson, 3rd Bn, 5th Marines, San Margarita Area, 1st Marine Division FMF, Camp Pendleton, California.
Pvt Robert L. Rossman, NG 27107404, 2nd Plat, Co P 3rd Tng Brigade, Fort Polk, LA 71446.
Theodore L. Nelson, SN USN, USS Hermitage LSD-34, 1st Div, c/o FPO, New York, New York.
A regular meeting of the Common Council was held in the council rooms March 2, 1964 at 7:00 pm.
Present E. Kaminski, M. Lalko, J. Richter, R. Phillips, S. Hieneman, J. Barden.
The meeting was called to order by Pres. J. Burns. Minutes of the preceding meeting read and approved.
By motion bills were referred to the Auditing Committee. Moved by Hieneman, second by Phillips the Bills be allowed and orders drawn for payment. Carried.
Motion by Phillips second by Lalko the clerk purchase a new Flag for display in the Village Hall. Carried.
The following canvassers were appointed: R. J. Gilmore, and Mike Lalko, 1965. Orrie Riemann and John Richter, 1967.
The Auditing committee submitted a report.
Motion by Lalko, sec by Kaminski that the report of the Auditing Committee be accepted. Carried.
Correspondence from Gov. Romney and Senator Hart read and placed on file.
County Supervisors Gilliland and Clement took seats to discuss village and township dump.
Motion by Hienemann, Sec by Kaminski that the Treasurers salary be raised $25.00 annually and the clerks salary be raised $50.00 annually. Carried.
Motion by Hienemann sec by Barden Council adjourn. Carried.
Walter E. Harmon, Village Clerk.
ROADBUILDER OF THE YEAR
Michigan State Highway Commissioner John C. Mackie was named winner of the annual American Road Builders Association Award recently for "exceptional service to the national highway program." Mackie was described as on of the nations "most able and vigorous highway administrators." He received the Award at the ARBAs 62nd annual convention in New Orleans, LA.
East Dayton News
The Wells Dayton Farmers Club met at the Community Hall for pot luck supper with Mrs. Charles Marhews family Thursday evening. Richard L. Ross acted as president. After the usual business the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Lester Walker program chairman who presented Miss Elaine Oberlee who showed pictures of her trip to Holland last year. The pictures were very good and her description of them was very interesting. Meeting was adjourned to meet in April with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson of Birmingham were weekend guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Martin of Caro were Sunday supper guests of Burt Green, March 1st.
Jim Daily called on Burt Green Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blink were Sunday dinner guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Docherty.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Steele were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Docherty.
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