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Kingston Spy, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1945, Kingston, Wisconsin THE KINGSTON SPY A Home Owned to the Interests of the Home THE is TO THE VOLUME 63 PUBLISHED WEEKLY KINGSTON WISCONSIN THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1945 PRICE A YEAR NUMBER 51 Record Attendance Sunday At Lutheran Renovation Services IN Hy E W Celebrated Of The Church Interior The average person forms an opinion by adding to a small information a dash of imagination and a large tity of shaking well paper And we are told that an oil man knows whether he four feet from a million lars or a million feet from four Although are dryer nov still a worth which lies up with ill the rain we've been getting This little episode took plice everal clays ago when corn was si ill being canned at san and it was raining hammer handles and and con- cerns Pete Williams who rode to work every day with and Steve Hadley It seems it wasn't quite time to go to work one day and Pete having a good full-length Ci al and an errand to do came down town a few minutes before the boys left After a time he was seen hurrying back to the minus his raincoat what his partners asked about the coat and Pete re- sure a great day for selling It turned out that one ci Ambers of the -i which have been in this vicinity wanted the coat and offered him a price that he just couldn't turn down And being the town's best per Pete made the deal wartime ate be- in- abolished among them the War Board We were even beginning to believe that the ne if new Federal would ho cut to the mini- mum and were only in existance because of necessity during the war emergency But now the WPB boys pop up in o new agency the Civilian Production Administration and we are told Hint the usual case with these changes in the Federal cracy Which of course is not lessening government control Every four minutes an dies a disease caused by ri common states a medical item It must be monotonous for the American With a record-breaking j dance of people from far and near the newly redecorated in- of Zion Evan Lutheran Church of Kingston was last Sunday in an all-day celebration The observance began at a m with a service conducted by the Rev E Benjamin ter of Rev is a former pastor of the tion here and is now president of the Lutheran ence of North America At noon the ladies of the congregation served a chicken dinner m the church parlors to more than 350 people Many non- members were in attendance as these feasts have faired At p m supper was also ed with about 150 people taking of this meal A capacity crowd was again on hand for the p m service in which the Rev T W Redlin of delivered the mon Rev Redlin had charge of Zion congregation for 17 years prior to his call to Wautoma two years ago and was pastor here the church was built in 1928 This service climaxed the day's celebration STARTED JUNE 20 Redecoration of the church in- got under way June 20 with FT W Kreft noted ator and painter from Milwaukee doing the work At a cost of including all expenses be- sides the decorating the job was completed September 20 The result is a mixture of ly blended gray tones with ness enhanced by the use of bronze rich blues and gold The entire decorative scheme points to the sanctuary where the ity is expressed with the of the church The pulpit Is in oak and highlighted in gold leaf I MEMORIAL GIFTS Three memorial gifts have It happened in late September back in 1935 Yours truly was still on the farm and trying to a corn crop wilh a corn binder thai should been in the heap long before that time Tin relic refused to work any user and we had decided to m ikp one last try at giving it a general overhauling With the hi I ol the hired e had begun tearing nme worn inner parts The bin drive wheel came off and in trying to remove the key held it the hired man smashed his thumb flat with the he was using c ut a bit lie calmly the and ex- The devil must have dune that because I don't think would even have thi of nidi a thing No cuss followed either Rim Truck To Visit County Next Tuesday By W C Next week Tuesday October Jfi OP date of the annual Ram Truck and boar side It will be held at the County Highway at Green Lake The time j ID the afternoon from to t J fin TV You will be able to buy the purebred rams of several 1 Lacey will dis- problems and will 10 hrve worm remedies and idine You h ive n chance to exchange U for one of your rams Twenty-five or thirty good hoars of the various breeds will be at private sale Purebred breeders are bringing m their good boars tor your lection Turning Over The Controls Methodist Centennial Was Memorable Event Last Week Vets to be Given Plenty Time to Pay Back Taxes Frank J Kuhl Collector of In- ternal Revenue for Wisconsin annt unced today that veterans would be given every tion permitted by law in clearing up any back taxes which some of them owe If a discharged veteran is un- able to pay income taxes within the period of deferment provided by Section 513 of the Soldiers been donated to the church two recently and one some time ago The latter is a large lighted cross which has beon placed in the entry of the church as a to Pvt Royce Two gold plated altar lights and a cross a gift from the schem family in memory of Sgt Stroschein adorn the I tney incurred before en- tar The four new i into the armed forces or lights which provide the light in resulted from in- months after or is to pay promptly cny er tax liability prior to or during his term of service Kuhl said he leal with the ma tier of In a co-operative and sympathetic manner Partial payments geared to the financial resources of the service man nr woman may be accepted m such cases Many if not most of the men and women of the armed forces no past taxes Usually where Lt Lester Kielsmeier Discharged at McCoy Lt Lester Kielsmeier son of Mr and Mrs IJ C Kielsmeier of Fond du Lac received an discharge from the Air Force last Friday at Camp Me Coy Wis 38 months vice in the Army A Flying Fort pilot since April 13 1944 Lt Kielsmeier took about alt the war had to give what with a forced jump of making his wny back to his base and all the hardships that vent the Former Resident Laid To Rest Here Friday Last services were held Friday from the Lutheran church here for Mrs August Stapel a for- mer Kingston resident sed away at the Lutheran Old People's Home on Wednesday October 3 The re- mains were brought here Friday noon and the funeral was held at p m was in the Kingston Cemetery All Mrs Augusta nee was born on 8 1302 in Slit At present he together with America in 1884 settling in his wife and daughter are cago In 1887 she married ing with his parents in Fond du Lac Achievement Night On Friday October 19 bers leaders and parents will ot get a veteran has some unpaid taxes H on the evening of October IOr np Achievement the church proper are gifts of the Buchholz families in iam of Mrs Elizabeth Buchholz The new hymn board which was designed by the decorator turne received in addition to vice pay Tax was incurred on arid the at Green Lake The time is p m is the Village Hall service pay only when it j Part of the program will be ed per year personal devoted to making awards for exemption plus special exclusion of service and the stand for the Royce Buchholz memoriam are the j Veterans and returning of I vice personnel in general who handiwork The altar vestments have any Federal lax problems in five seasonal colors are gifts are invited to consult the office i of the Ladies Aid Society The of the Collector of Internal remainder of the cost of the job enue or any of his branch offices was paid by donations from the for Information help in prepar- members of the congregation returns and other assistance outstanding work during the year Most of the clubs will put on short numbers to vary the program and T L Bewick of i-II Department will give a short address All 4-H folks are urged to at- tend Parents have a special in- Mark your calendar now foi October 19 ust Stapel of that city From 1895 until 1925 the made their home in Kingston where Mr Stapel passed away In 1931 Mrs Stapel entered the Lutheran Hume at She had been in ill health lor the past year and passed away at the age of 83 years en months and 25 days Her husband and child preceded her in death MEET The first seasonal meeting of the combined Rock ton Homemakers was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs William Bangs The lesson was on last year's hats and was given by Helmer and Mrs Walter Knight Lunch was served later in the evening The ncAt monthly uig will be held at the home of Mrs Walter Knight next Monday October 15 the deadline set by the Post Office for mailing overseas gifts The time this year is from September 15 to October 15 As last year all gifts be wrapped ly mail ed as soon as possible With the vast number returning heroism of the people HISTORY HEAD The history of the churches through the century was briefly but pointedly sketched and in- cluded the churches at Green Center Lake Maria ford and Markesan all of are for the mosi part merged in- to the Markesan church Some mention was also made of ston and Marquette churches which since 1918 and 1931 have been part of the Markesan charge A history of the ton and churches written and read by Miss Carrie Fuss of Kingston supplemented and completed this part of the program By unanimous vote the con- in the mail asked that the history of the Center Lake ria Mackford Markesan group be printed I o the first half-century 1 U S Maritime Service there was in the denomination a limit of two yean for each hicaRo -A thousand torate and many ministers men a week for the next ten ed but one year From 1895 to weeks must volunteer to train to the average pastorate in the U local church was The JS Maritime Service if our present Rev M J li t rial f the world nier is now on his tenth year i are to bo adequately supplied ZION is thj newly redecorated interior of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of our returning brought home deck engine Kingston This snap shows how the archway to the sanctuary was lowered and shaped in a perfect arch Also plainly visible are the on schedule men from corps and steward's new lights the grained and gilded altar and pulpit and the deeper and larger effect the decorating scheme gives to the church 17 to 35 can be transferred im- ments The U S Maritime tor's Note We won't take all the credit for this because photographer Arthur Marwitz of Manchester was on hand with his mediately to a training station vice office is located at can raise now mute second class he arrived home early having his ship under him by submarine in the Atlantic uiui spending months hiding in the Islands With him is his Word comes from Dalton that Hernkind arrived there on day this week having re- an discharge frum the Navy His last months uf service were spent nt seilles France He has been in Ihv Navy since 1942 Thomson Service Station Has New Proprietorship The Kingston Restaurant and Service Station which has been owned and operated for the past veniT bv Mr nnd G K Thomson has been sold the new owners having taken sion on Monday The new ure Mr ami Mrs Victor March of Milwaukee Mr and Mrs Thomson came to Kingston in September 1937 and under their the business of the station and steadily grew They have remodeled and im- proved the place so that at ent it is hardly from its former state Kingston has by their coming here and this newspaper joins with their many friends in wishing them the best of everything in the future They recently moved into their home in the village which they purchased from ivard three years ago Mr and Mrs March come to Kingston with the best wishes of everyone for a continuance of the SIM vice that has been able in the past They will op- erate Hie business practically same as the Thomsons Mr running the service tion and Mn Maich the rant October 15 is Deadline For AH Overseas Gifts Local PostmaMci 1 A supplies general mail up shipping this is more important than ever this year If you have a son or ter who expects to be home from overseas by Christmas or soon after the Post Office Department you refrain from gitts cards may be mailed overseas anytime but you are tinged ti get them I early too i Men Needed In Full Ended Last Sunday Contributed The celebration of one dred years of history of the in southern Green Lake County which closed day afternoon in the Markesan Methodist Church is one which will be long remembered by the members and friends who ed any of the programs At the meetings of Friday night and those of Sunday people of other churches of the community and former members of the churches which make up the san church shared in the ship and inspiration OF PROGRAM The church and community night program was highlighted Viv of community Much appreciated were the numbers given by the Markesan High school garet Dunn Barbara Friday and Joan Tillema accompanied by Gloria Price The village board was represented by A A Krause the by Dr D P Cupery president of the board Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star by A M Schrueder the bian Club by Mrs Adelle dart the Woman's Club by Mrs Guy Dillie Boy Scouts by A A Wipperman Girl Scouts by Mrs Evelyn B Mrs Charles Pott responded for St Joseph's and Hev R R Wandrey brought greetings from Zion Evangelical Church The address of the evening was Riven by TIT H Burton Sheppard of town who took as his theme A Hundred Years of Progress in Religion Following an Inspiring service of worship Bishop Schuyler E Garth preached a powerful and challenging sermon on the need for more vital religious life able Taking part of 8 text he led hit tn the conviction of five-fold An intelligent understanding of God 1 uf our unworthiness an of redeeming love the hearing of God's call to a life and tusk and commitment of life to Clod's will POTLUCK DINNER A large number stayed for the dinner and enjoyed the informal hour of visiting and of over the large display of old pictures gathered from the The Homecoming in the afternoon very closed the weeks festivities Whether they could ing or not folks enjoyed the Sing of hymns of more than a of age Both of the vices of the included special numbers by the choir A most in- feature was the reading of the of Methodism in Southern Green Lame County written by Mrs R H Clark and read by Mrs H H Kaul The be- ginnings of Christianity in consin were briefly traced as a background for the local story Rev Wesson G Miller left a thrilling account in his book Thirty Years in the Itineracy Quotations and facts from this book helped to make vivid the flash bulb equipment and some needed advice Trainees qualify to tall In the 844 Rush Street
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