THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE

Volume 50, Number 42, November 18, 1964

Book Fair

The yearbook staff of Kingston High School is sponsoring a "BOOK FAIR", Monday Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, November 16-19 in the High School Library.

The BOOK FAIR will be open to the public Monday evening in the cafeteria, in conjunction with the PTA meeting. Tuesday and Wed. evening in the Library. Everyone is welcome.

Books for grades K-12 will be on display for purchase at reasonable prices, $.25-$3.00.

There will be one copy of each book on display. Books that you wish to purchase are ordered and paid for during the BOOK FAIR. The books are delivered to you within two weeks.

Every year at Christmas time parents ask, "Where can I buy books for my children for Christmas." The Book Fair is an answer. Here is an excellent opportunity to buy your children good reading materials at low cost. Reading is one of the most basic of skills that children of all ages need practice in. See that good, interesting books are available to him and your child WILL READ.

Thank you very much

Sincerely

Mrs. Laurence Opperman

Advisor Yearbook Staff

R.A.M. Chapter Entertains Wives

Eighteen members of the N. Branch RAM Chapter 138 entertained their wives at an oyster supper Monday evening, November 9 at the chapter dining room.

It was followed by their regular meeting with election and installation of officers for the ensuing year. They are as follows: Excellent High Priest, Raymond Ball, King Leo Naracon, Scribe Lawrence Buckner, Secretary Edgar Shank, Treasurer John Sari, Captain of Host Albert O"Neil, Principal Sojourner Clare Keeler, Royal Arch Captain Harry Knox, Master of 3rd Veil Verald Stokes. Master of 2nd Veil Warren Crawford, Master of 1st Veil Amos Sillers, Installing Officer was Mr. Roy Hunt of Oscoda.

Five Kingston Boys Named to Western Thumb C All Stars

1st TEAM

End

John Arndt

Reese

Senior

End

Tom Kaminski

Kingston

Senior

Tackle

Dale Wissner

Owengage

Junior

Tackle

John Francis

Reese

Senior

Guard

Bill Hartner

Unionville

Junior

Guard

Dennis Pawlichek

Owengage

Senior

Center

Terry Prine

Unionville

Senior

Quarterback

Bob Renwick

Reese

Senior

Halfback

Jim Streeter

Akron-Fairgrove

Senior

Halfback

Greg Fuerst

Sebewaing

Senior

Fullback

Loran Van Bevern

Unionville

Senior

 

2nd TEAM

End

Tom Bell

Unionville

Senior

End tie

Jim Finn

Akron-Fairgrove

Senior

End tie

Richard Coaster

Ubly

Junior

Tackle

Tom Dean

Akron-Fairgrove

Senior

Tackle

Dick McCool

Kingston

Senior

Guard

Dave Luther

Akron-Fairgrove

Senior

Guard

Terry Terbush

Mayville

Senior

Center

William Coaster

Ubly

Senior

Quarterback

John Zinger

Ubly

Sophomore

Halfback

Roy Gotham

Mayville

Junior

Halfback

Bill Carr

Owengage

Senior

Fullback

Wes Andrus

Reese

Senior

HONORABLE MENTION

End

Charles Zinger

Ubly

End

Jim Genow

Sebewaing

Tackle

Terry Van Hoost

Unionville

Tackle

Wayne Linderman

Sebewaing

Tackle

Lonnie Bewernitz

Kingston

Guard

Lee Daily

Kingston

Guard

Greg Nelson

Akron-Fairgrove

Guard

Dan Miller

Ubly

Center

Carl Wichner

Owengage

Center

Bob Engelhardt

Sebewaing

Quarterback

Jim Plain

Mayville

Quarterback

John Volk

Akron-Fairgrove

Fullback

Brian Leppek

Ubly

Halfback

Dave Kolacz

Kingston

Halfback

George McDowell

Ubly

Halfback

Mike Rummel

Reese

 

Firemen Answer Call

Sunday, November 8 the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fox was damaged by fire. According to Mr. Fox the fire started in an upstairs bedroom. The fire was discovered around 10:45 a.m. and the fire department from Kingston was called immediately. Mr. Fox stated that the departments promptness and the held of neighbors confined the fire to as little damage as was done. Bedding and clothing were lost with approximately $1500 in damage from the fire. The loss was completely covered by insurance. The Fox’s live 2 miles East and 1 mile south of Kingston.

Election Returns

The Kingston Township Election returns for the township officers went as follows:

Supervisor

Charles Gilliland 293

Orville Hubbard 145

Clerk

Beverly Schraderer 269

Ruby Lidbedk 161

Treasurer

Louis Wenzlaff 443

Trustees

Ronald Hampshire 399

Justice of Peace

Leland Ensign 395

Letter of Appreciation from Gov.

Francis Peter informed the Kingston Enterprise that he had received a letter from Gov. George Romney in regards to the stop he and his party had in Kingston prior to the November election. It reads in part as follows:

I want you to know I got a thrill out of walking with your band up the High School hill and meeting all the wonderful people of Kingston.

I would like to have your tell all the people who helped you on the committee how much I enjoyed being there. Would you also please seek out the people who helped decorate the high school. Mr. Rupprecht the band director, and those who made refreshments available to us and thank them for me.

Everyone was just wonderful to us and I want them to know we all appreciate it very much.

Kingston was just one stop in the 1000 mile trip in which we made 47 appearances, but I shall remember that stop for many years to come.

Editors Note:

Francis Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wasch, Walter Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. George Peter, Orrie Riemann, Arnold Moore, Beverly Jeffrey, Nancy Ruggles, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peter, Thomas Dale, Charlie Gilliland, John Barden, Jr., Robert Phillips, and Arvin Wingert were all part of the team that made this possible. The community along with Gov. Romney and his staff extends their thanks for a job "Well Done."

On Deans List

Thomas F. Wolak, freshman in the Trade and Industrial Division and son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolak, Kingston, was among the Ferris State College students named to the Dean’s Honor List for academic excellence during the past quarter, Dr. Ardwin J. Dolio, Vice President for Academic Affairs, has announced.

To be named to the Dean’s Honor List, a student must maintain at least a B average while carrying a full academic load.

Teachers Attend Workshop

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burmeister attended the eighth annual Industrial Education Workshop at WMU in Kalamazoo on Oct. 31. Mrs. Burmeister who teaches Special Education attended a special session for elememtary teachers while Mr. Burmeister attended a session on plastic forming and another on power mechanics.

Society News

Doc Stoner returned home from the hospital Monday.

Sunday guests of Mrs. Nina Hunter and the Froedes were Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Bragg, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bragg and family of Caro, Mr. and Mrs. James Bragg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hunter and family, Robert Roberson, Walter Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Berry and family of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Berry, Max Berry, Louis and Leo Pechette, Mrs. Keith Crittendon and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Putnam and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Roucheleaue and Jerry. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milford and daughters and Becky Williams.

Mrs. Phyllis Ashcroft is quite ill at her home in Decker.

Mrs. David Ruby and boys of Lapeer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore and Ellen Marie on Sunday.

Mrs. Alton Lyons, Mrs. Joyce Roberson and Wm. D’Arcy were business callers in Saginaw Friday afternoon.

Mrs. Bernice Walker of Lapeer is spending some time with her sister Mrs. B. E. Moore.

East Dayton News

Mrs. Gary Cooper entertained a group of ladies Saturday evening for a Judy Lee Jewelery party.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ross entertained for supper Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ross, Mr. and Mrs Gary Cooper and Wendy and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wingert and children.

Ronald Wilson spent Sat. Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson.

The Farmers Club held their November meeting at the East Dayton Community Hall with Mr. and Mrs. James Daily Sr., as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ross were program chairmen, Mr. Lewis Harper showed pictures of FFA activities. The next meeting will be a Christmas Party with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker as host and hostess.

Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Docherty were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ward and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fox.

Mrs. Murrey Docherty accompanied her sister Mrs. E. Chambers to Saginaw Thurs.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blink were Sunday guests of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fox.

Bert Gerrn, Ed and Ted Froede and Mrs. Nina Hunter attended graveside services at the Wisner Cemetery for Ernie Reid Tuesday afternoon.

4-H

Eleven Tuscola County 4-H Club members will be exhibiting at the Detroit Junior Livestock Show, according to Ed. E. Schrader, County Extension Agent in 4-H Club Work.

Those exhibiting from Tuscola county include:

Swine; Janet, Kathy and Tom Jickling, Kingston.

Sheep: Lindal Goodall, Cass City

Steer: Walter Hecht Jr., and Paul Hess, Vassar; Alan Milligan, David and Dennis Little, Cass City; and William and Vickie Maharg, Mayville.

Social Notes

Mrs. B. E. Moore returned home from St. Lukes Hospital Saginaw following eye surgery.

Mrs. Lloyd Howey and Wilma were Sunday afternoon callers at the Alton Lyons home.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quiel and family of Taylor were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Torongeau.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Linahan of Detroit were guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rassette on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. David Keller of Detroit were Saturday evening visitors at the Leland Ensign home.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rassette and family of Linwood were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rassette.

Recent callers of Mrs. Loie Evans were Rev. Charles Strawn, Mrs. Vernon Everett, and Mrs. Ralph Koppelberger.

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