27 Feb 1960 Thelma Long honored
his Sperry Workers Honored For Long Service To Firm One hundred twenty-five em ployes attended the J. B. Sperry company's annual Co-Workers Dinner Thursday to honor those having long service with the firm. The dinner, held in the YMCA, also is management's opportunity to interpret the company's activities to its co-workers. Walter R. Simmers, general manager, was chairman for the evening. He and Clare R. Sperry, president; Harry A. Jensen, controller; Miss Mildred E. Moore, personnel manager, and Mrs. Stanley J. Police Chase Dog Attacking Newsboy Two Port Huron Patrolmen chased off a dog Friday who was attacking a 13-year-old boy while he was delivering news papers on Richardson street. Patrolmen Robert Scheffler and Donald H. Arnett said they saw the dog, identified as be longing to Perry Noonan, 1414 Washington avenue, bite Carl Kelly. Several stitches were requir ed to close the wound on the boy's right leg, they said. The boy was treated in Port Huron Hospital. The dog was ordered confined for a 14-day observation period. Burkett, ready-to-wear buyer, spoke. Company service awards were presented to co-workers with long service. A service pin containine three small diamonds was pre sented to Mr. Sperry in recognition of 35 years of service. He also received a gift from co-workers in honor of this anniversary. Miss Irene Miller, an employe in the shoe department 30 years, received a pin with two small diamonds. Mr. Sperry and Miss Miller also received an additional four weeks vacation in accordance with the company policy, of granting four additional weeks vacation in the year after the 25 years of service is completed. p T H E SE ADDITIONAL four weeks are given on each succeed ing fifth year anniversary. Mrs. Etta C. Olson, of the Ho siery Department, received a pin marking 15 years of service. Ten-year service pins were awarded to Leo Murphy, Maintenance department; Mrs. Ann Hajduk, No tions department, and Mrs. Malva E. Smiley, Infants' department. Awards for five years of service were presented to Mrs. Margaret a. weik, Edward Bronton, Herman E. Klammer, Mrs. Vera M. Peppier, Miss Lillian D. Gibson, Miss Thelma J. Long, Mrs. Ro- ena Meyer, Mrs. Lida M. Cross, ana Mrs. Hilda M. Glombowski. the giving tive. A based Mrs. tress topic Mrs. area the in Mrs. eral and George sport pay-to-play were the Otto sisted Ticket Miller Mrs. of Mrs. ert will Mrs. music.