THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE
Volume 50, Number 15, May 8, 1964
Book Fair May 18-20
To encourage more summertime reading the Yearbook staff of Kingston High School is sponsoring a "Book Fair," Monday, Tuesday, and Wed., May 18-20. The purpose of the Book Fair will be to make a large assortment of reasonably priced books available for browsing through and for purchase for grades K-12.
The exhibit will be in the Kingston High School library and will be open during the three days to all classes in the schools. The exhibit will also be open to parents and to the public from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday evenings.
We urge all parents to come and supply their children with reading materials for the summer. Some adult books will also be available.
Mrs. Julia Galubenski, 79, passed away Sunday, April 26, 1964 in the Hills and Dales Hospital at Cass City after an illness of 4 months. She was born February 2, 1885 in Poland.
Mrs. Galubenski and Brony Galubenski were married Feb. 4, 1907 in Poland and came to the country in 1910. They had lived in this community approximately 35 years.
She leaves her husband, Brony, 7 sons Leo, Pelston; Theodore, Centerline; John, Utica; Walter, Brown City; Frank, Kingston; Chester, Flint; and Felix, Gainesville, Texas; three daughters Mrs. Valentina Stoick, Clio; Mrs. Isabella Krysztof, Panarama City, California; and Mrs. Helen Thorn, Clawson.
Rosary was repeated at 9 p.m. from the Harmon Funeral Home Tuesday evening, April 28.
Funeral Mass was from the St. Michaels Church, Wed., April 29, at 11 a.m. with Rev. Father Raymond Pilarski.
Burial was in St. Peter and Paul Cemetery in No. Branch.
Former County Official Passes Away
James Osburn, 82, Deford, passed away Monday, April 27, after a long illness, in the Hills and Dales Hospital.
Mr. Osburn was born Aug. 29, 1881, in Tuscola County and has been a lifelong resident. He was married to the former Carrie Tewksbury who passed away in 1925.
On August 28, 1929 he married Mrs. Lillie Steward in Pontiac.
Mr. Osburn was Tuscola County Drain Commissioner from 1937 to 1944, Leek School Director fro 22 years and Kingston Township Supervisor for 20 years.
He leaves besides his wife, on one Manford at home, one daughter, Mrs. Myrle Wilson, Deford, one grandson son in the Air Force, two brothers, Lloyd of Marlette and William of Perry.
Funeral services were Thurs., April 30 at 2 p.m. from the Kingston Methodist Church with Rev. L. A. Wilson of Flushing, assisted by Rev. Alan Weeks, and Rev. W. Traver officiating. Pallbearers were Township Supervisors.
Burial was in the West Burlington Cemetery in Silverwood.
For the eighth year in succession, the Michigan State Police will hold their annual open house at each post Tues., May 19, Hospitality Day of Michigan Week, it is announced by Commissioner Joseph A. Childs.
Visiting hours at the Sandusky post will be from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., according to Sgt Durrel Finkel , commanding officer.
All are invited, Sergeant Finkel said. Visitors will be escorted on tours of the post and see an exhibit of equipment and facilities. Questions will be answered and information given on the services provided.
"Although visitors are always welcome at a State Police post, open house offers an unusual opportunity to find out how a post operates" Sergeant Finkel said. "We are planning a special reception and hope to make this a very interesting occasion for those who call on us. Well be happy to see them"
The Sandusky post is located at 90 Sanilac, Sandusky, Michigan and is easily identified.
The success of open house has been increasing each year and many look forward to the program, Sergeant Finkel said.
Michigan Week is being observed from May 17 through May 23 and in addition to open house, the State flag as well as the American flag will be flown all week at each post.
The April meeting of the Kingston PTA was called to order by the President Jack Wesch.
Minutes of the March meeting were read and approved.
Mrs. McLaughlin reported a balance of $295,47 in the treasury. It stood approved.
Mr. Wesch brought to our attention two bills that have to be paid. One is $80.00 for girls and boys state and $250.00 for the movie projector. Mr. Harper made the motion and Mr. Wenzlaff seconded it to pay the fund for girls and boys state. Motion approved.
We then had a discussion on some ways we might raise money. Mrs. Randall made a motion to have a Chicken Bar-b-que on Memorial Day. Mr. Nemeth seconded it. Motion carried. The committee to arrange the details are Mr. Wesch, Mr. and Mrs. Randall, Mr. Harper and Mr. Wenzlaff.
The lunch committee for May is Arnold McLaughlin, Ed Nemeth, Francis Peter, Walter Parrott, Don Roberson, Basil Randall and Gary Rogers.
Mr. Wesch read a letter from Mr. Ed Schrader thanking us for helping to raise funds for Dick Ross.
A nomination committee was picked for the purpose of finding candidates for PTA officers for next year. They are Laura Wenzlaff, Shirley Koehler, Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Spohn.
Mr. Harper made the motion the meeting be adjourned. Mr. Randall seconded it. Meeting adjourned.
The program for the evening was put on by Mr. Hampels speech department.
Wilda Nemeth, Secy.
Dear Mrs. Caswell:
Because of your conscientious efforts, the members of the Kingston FFA Chapter feel that our Safe Farm Power Use Program has been a success.
Our program was very well received and we are hopeful that we prevented a few farm accidents. The chapter members and our advisor are most appreciative of the services you rendered and for your continued support of our accident prevention programs.
In our community we held 2 public meetings and talked to 52 families. We feel people now are more aware of their responsibility toward the safe use of farm power.
Thank you for your assistance.
Vice President, Kingston FFA Chapter.
|Teachers Attend Summer School
Mrs. Avram Bril recently won an NDEA Scholarship to a language institute at St. Teresa in Winona, Minnesota. Mr. Brill plans to attend Wayne University in Detroit this summer.
Several other teachers are planning to further their education this summer. Mr. McLain, will attend Eastern. Mr. Linteau plans to take classes at Wayne State. Mr. Wenzlaff, Mr. Bradley and Mrs. Hackett will attend summer school at Central Michigan University. Mr. Miller has a National Foundation Grant in Science. He will attend Northern. Mr. Lester plans to attend Central and Mr. Burmeister is going to summer school at Central.
The present high school staff invested a total of $14,582.51 in education between September 1962 and September 1963.
|Card of Thanks
We wish to express our thanks and gratitude to our many friends for their many acts of kindness for their many acts of kindness and for the cards during our bereavement.
Many thanks to the County officers and Supervisors.
The James Osburn family
Dinner guests at the Delos Stoner home Sunday were their daughter and husband of Lake, Mich, and Mrs. Stoners brother-in-law Mr. Harold Curtis.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Moore called on Mrs. Spoule in the Cass City Hospital, Mr. Wm. DArcy in Cass City, and Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Norris Boyne in Deford
Mr. and Mrs. Amber Jones have returned to their home in Kingston after spending the winter in Pt. Richey, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel and family of Taylor Spent the weekend with her mother Mrs. Enerst Torongeau, and visited Mr. Torongeau in the St. Lukes Hospital in Saginaw. Mr. Torongeau is feeling much better.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Walker and daughter of Imlay City called on Mrs. Cecil Walker Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milford, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams, Sharleen and Becky were Sunday guests at the Ed Froede home. Other Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milford Jr. and daughters, Wm. And George Currey, Mrs. Ben Boyle of Alma. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wingert, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ross and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wenzlaff.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grindley of Owosso spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore and Ellen.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pritchett and son Jeff of Flint were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Stanley Moore and Ellen.
Mrs. J. H. Hunter entertained an old friend Mrs. Godfrey Engstrom of Bay City on Wed.
Mrs. Leland Ensign was a guest of Mrs. Loa Dorman of Caro, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Moore and Mrs. Wiswell were Monday evening dinner guests of Mrs. J. H. Hunter.
Mrs. Mina Stephens spent Monday in Caro.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scharch of Caro called on Mr. and Mrs. James Caswell Friday evening.
May 1, 1964
As a taxpayer in the Village of Kingston, I would like to ask a question which has bothered me, and from what Ive heard several other people in this town.
A person has a home, and does their best (as money allows) to keep it as clean as they can for their own personal pride, and to be an asset to the town. So why is it that these same cant even walk into their own back yard without the sight and smell of horse manure? This sight and smell is especially offensive when on a nice summer day people would otherwise enjoy the use of a picnic table. I cant understand why farm animals are allowed inside the village limits. I think people should be more considerate of others that have to live near them.
My question is asked, Mr. Clerk, What is the answer?
The above letter while not signed is a carbon copy of many complaints that myself and Pres. John Burns have been getting since warm weather has come. There is no ordinance banning horses from our village but we believe that everyone should endeavor to maintain their residence in such a manner that the neighbor next door can enjoy his residence, too.
I invite your attention to Ordinance No. 60342 in part: No person shall place or deposit, in an insanitary manner upon public or private property within the Village any human or animal excrement---It has been the policy of the village council to not take a hard fast line everytime an ordinance is fractured a bit. We would appreciate everyone trying to apply the golden rule to their lives and we are sure we would have a wonderful place to live.
Sincerely, Walter Harmon
"Concerning Village Dump"
It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to deposit outside the fenced enclosure enclosure known as the Village Dump any material whatsoever. It shall hereafter be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to enter such dumping area known as the Village dump grounds except during the first and third Saturdays of each month.
Any violation of this portion of the ordinance shall be punished by a fine not to exceed One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) and costs of prosecution, or by imprisonment in the County Jail not to exceed ninety (90) days, or by such fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court.
Rubbish will be picked up every Monday for the next five weeks for your convenience during Spring Cleaning Time. Beginning May 11 and ending June 8th.
|East Dayton News
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Putnam were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hunter
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson spent a few days at Clare with her mother Mrs. Rachel Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Docherty were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilcox. Mrs. Wilcox is much better.
Miss Karen Hunter entertained the cast for a Pizza Party Saturday evening after the Senior Play.
Mrs. Nancy Hilts was honored Thursday for a pink and blue shower given by Mrs. Pregdzer and her daughter.
The CANCER DRIVE for Kingston Township will start next Monday, May 11. Volunteers will calling at your home for a donation and to leave information in the form of pamphlets for each family. The drive is to go on all next week so if you are not contacted the first day you will be later on.
Mrs. Charlie Gulliland
Chairman for Kingston Twp.
|Pilgrim Holiness Church
The community is invited to attend Mothers Day services at the Kingston Pilgrim Holiness Church. During the Sun. School hour the Sunday School will present every lady with one of the New Pilgrim Community Cookbooks.
During the Morning Worship Service we will be honoring six mothers. We will honor the youngest grandmother, the youngest mother-in-law, the mother with the youngest child, the oldest grandmother, the mother with the largest number of children present and the mother married the longest.
The Church Choir will be presenting special Mothers Day music. We will also be having a special speaker. Rev. B. E. Kienbaum of Owosso, Michigan will be bringing a message to the mothers. Miss Kienbaum has had wide experience as a pastor, teacher, and missionary. You will want to hear her message to mothers.
Be sure to be with us for this never to be forgotten day. Come in time for Sunday School and stay with us for Church. You will be more than repaid.
Raymond Dean, Pastor.
A Mother and Daughter Banquet at St. Michaels was held Sunday morning May 3 after 7:30 Mass. It was attended by approximately 100 mothers and daughters.
A very fine menu was served for breakfast at about 8:30. Juice, ham and eggs, rolls, coffee, milk and mints. Grace before and after the meal Father Pilarski and Vida Champagne.
The toastmistress was Jane Anne Lalko.
The toast to the mothers was given by Karen Bilicki and the toast to the daughters was given by Blanche Houghton.
A Song, "On This Day On Beautiful Mother" was sung by everyone. The following presentations were made. The Outstanding Mother of the Year, Mrs. Sophie Kapral. The Oldest Mother, Lucinda Kinkle, 86 years young of Bad Axe. Youngest Mother was Mrs. Pat Swallwell. The Mother with the most daughters present was Mrs. Creason of Marlette who had six daughters. Mother with the oldest daughter present was Mrs. Lucinda Kinkle, daughter Vita Champagne. Mother with the youngest daughter present was Pat Swallwell.
Breakfast was served by the following ushers who did a fine job and we thank them: Orrie Reiman, Don Swallwell, Ed. Kaminski, Joe Wenta, Larry Dawson, Oscar Moyer, Tom Kaminski, and Eugene Rassette.
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