THE KINGSTON ENTERPRISE
Volume 50, Number 32, September 11, 1964
Tuscola County Has Winners at State 4-H Club Show
September 2 was a good day for six Tuscola County 4-H Horse Club members showing at the State 4-H Show at Michigan State University, according to Ed Schrader, County Extension Agent in 4-H Club Work.
Classes were divided into four sections and were shown simultaneously in four different arenas.
In the Quarter Horse classes Julie McIntyre, 14 of Millington won the Grand Championship in Horsemanship; after winning the horsemanship in her age division, she also won second in fitting and showmanship, fourth in the halter class for Quarter Horse mares, and second in pleasure.
Sandy Caswell, 17 of Caro won fourth in the halter class for Quarter Horse geldings and fifth in reining.
Nan McIntyre, 11, of Millington, had the champion pleasure pony. She also won second in horsemanship and third in fitting and showing.
In classes for stock horsemanship, fourth in horsemanship, and sixth in pleasure for her age group.
Doug Kramer, 17, of Kingston, won third in the boys trail class.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of Caro a baby girl, August 27 Mary Alice, 5 lbs, 10 ozs at Hills and Dales Hospital, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Hampshire.
Graduated from Ann Arbor
Miss Nancy Plane graduated Wednesday, September 3, 1964 from the Ann Arbor Practical Nurse Education Center. She was a class of 52 graduates. Miss Plane was a graduate from Kingston Community School in 1962.
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Plane.
On Oakland University Deans List
Corinne J. Moore, 3338 Froede, was one of 136 students to receive honor grades during the spring semester at Oakland University.
A sophomore, majoring in teacher education, she was placed on the Deans List as a Student of Distinction grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
The Deans List included 17 freshman, 65 sophomores 36 juniors and 17 seniors.
Caro Fairgrounds Scene of International Flavor Sun.
The Caro Fairgrounds will take on an international flavor Sunday, September 13 when the Christian Rural Hospitality Council holds its first annual meeting at 3 p.m.
A program of speakers, classical folk dancing, group singing and a pot luck supper highlight the afternoon.
Two foreign students, doctoral candidates in political science, are scheduled to speak. The first is Isaac Adelemo of Nigeria, past president of the International Student Association of the U of M. He has been a teacher at an Army training school in North Carolina. The second is Tony Shebanon, president of the Newman Club. His father is the Lebanese ambassador of Venzuela. He has lived in several countries.
Speaking briefly also will be Ian Catford, director of the U of M Foreign Language Institute. He recently arrived at Ann Arbor from a professorship at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Classical folk dancing demonstrations will include tinikling, a classical Filipino folk dance in which performers weave gracefully in and out between two bamboos that are clacked together to the tune of a Filipino folk song. Another dance will be the debke, a classical Middle East folk dance with a great deal of rhythm and movement.
The afternoons festivities will be concluded with a pot luck supper, after which foreign students will leave for Ann Arbor. There will be about 100 foreign students in the county arriving the Friday before the annual meeting. They will visit with area families. Another smaller group will arrive on Friday night.
The annual meeting is open to all interested persons, according to Council Executive Director, William Lutz of Mayville. He especially encouraged parents with children to attend the interesting event.
James W. Miners, son of Mrs. Loretta M. Miners, Route 1, Kingston, Michigan was promoted to specialist four, Aug. 21, at Fort Bliss, Tex., where he is serving with the 1st Air Defense Guilded Missile Group.
Specialist Miners, a driver in the groups Battery C, entered the Army in October 1962 and received basic training at Fort Knox, Ky.
Miners attended Sandusky High School and was employed by El Canada Screw Machine Company, Clifford, before entering the Army.
In loving memory of Mrs. Minnie Clark who passed away 3 years ago September 11, 1961.
Time speeds on three years have passed
Her vacant place there is none to fill
Down here we mourn but not in vain
For up in heaven we will meet again.
Sadly missed by husband Russell, Louella and Edward and grandchildren.
Mrs. Dwight Baldwin and son and Mrs. Cellan Vore and son and daughter of Pontiac spent the week end with Mrs. Cecil Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rassette and family of Linwood spent Saturday with his parents the Eugene Rassettes. Mr. Frank Rassette is visiting his brother Mr. Eugene Rassette. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Poissant and Mrs. Ann Poissant of Detroit spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rassette.
Mr. and Mrs. Wally Wilmot and boys were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allen.
Eugene Sutphen of Waterford visited his mother Mrs. J. H. Hunter Friday.
Mrs. Douglas Ensign and children visited her mother Mrs. Everett Rich of Silverwood Friday.
Leland Ensign, Douglas Ensign, Lee Ensign of Marlette and Leroy Brooks of Pontiac spent Labor Day week end fishing in Canada.
Mrs. Lorna Woodruff is very ill in the Osteopathic hospital in Pontiac.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clark of Pontiac were Saturday afternoon and Sunday guests of Mrs. Loie Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. John DArcy were Monday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore and Ellen Marie spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grindley in Owosso.
Mrs. Leland Ensign, Mrs. James Caswell and Alice Steele spent the week end at their cottages near Gladwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Amber Jones spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Peck in Royal Oak.
Mrs. Lee Penfold and son Max of Kinde called on Mrs. Loie Evans Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marker of Unionville had Sunday dinner with her mother Mrs. Kopko, In the afternoon they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. John Kopko and family.
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Lyons of Croswell were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lyons.
Last week Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Kopko and family visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Curtis of Marlette and enjoyed a steak fry in the back yard. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Chard & family of Livonia, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Curtis , Mr. & Mrs. Harry Chard & Max Foster of Marlette.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Evans and sons of Dayton, Ohio spent from Thursday through Sunday with Mrs. Loie Evans.
|Wed In Candlelight Service
At a 7:30 oclock candlelight ceremony, August 1, Miss Marilyn Irene Everett and Mr. James Harry Cattran were united in holy matrimony in the Kingston Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle W. Everett, Kingston and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrie W. Cattran of Lancaster, Ohio.
The double ring ceremony was solemnized by Rev. Charles Strawn, pastor, who was assisted by Rev. Lawrence hare, of the Sixth Ave. Methodist Church of Lancaster, Ohio.
Mrs. Donald Caister, of Marlette, former piano teacher of the bride, was the organist, and she accompanied Mr. Paul Weeks of Deckerville, as he sand "The Wedding Prayer."
The maid of honor was Miss Beverly Jean Everett, sister of the bride, and Miss Delores M. Cabic of Clifford, college roommate of the bride, attended as bridesmaid. The flower girl was Miss Rebecca Scott, niece of the groom.
William Cattran of Milford, Ohio, was his brothers best man, and Carl Scott, Lancaster, Ohio, brother in law of the groom served as the groomsman. Brad Cattran, nephew of the groom, escorted his cousin, the flower girl, to the altar. Ushers were William Everett and David Cattran, brothers of the bride and groom, respectively.
Mrs. Wallace Wilmot, Royal Oak, aunt of the bride, was hostess with the guest book at the wedding and reception. Other hostesses were Miss Kathleen Rich, Port Hope, Mrs. Roland Armstrong, Kingston, and Miss Carol Schott, Kinde, college room mate of the bride. The four tier wedding cake was made by Mrs. James Barrons, aunt of the bride and was served by Mrs. Barrons and Mrs. Guy Jarvis, Royal Oak, also aunt of the bride. The Misses Nancy Jarvis and Grace Parrott cousins of the bride, served as attendants at the bridal gift table.
Mrs. Cattran graduated in 1960 from Kingston Community High School and in 1964 from Michigan State University. Mr. Cattran graduated in 1956 from Lancaster High School, and in 1962 from Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky. She will be teaching in the Marion, Ohio, Public School System in the fall, and he will be attending the Methodist Theological Seminary in Delaware, Ohio. Mr. Cattran was ordained a deacon at the Ohio Methodist Conference in June, 1964.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Jones and family of Rochester were Sun. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amber Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Doucherty an Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker were in Detroit Sun., called by the death of his brother Omer Docherty. Funeral services were held Tues. with interment in the West Dayton Cemetery.
Harold Bunk has returned home from Hills and Dale Hospital at Cass City after a bout with pneumonia.
Mrs. Winifred Emery of Caro and Mrs. Nina Hunter were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. Anna Hilliaker at Silverwood.
Ed and Ted Froede and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curry were at Red Oak Friday until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson, entertained their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrum and children Thursday.
Mrs. Rachel Russell of Clare is visiting her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson.
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