Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1952 Three hundred people on Tory Island, off the Donegal, Ireland, coast were- relieved recently after being nil off by storms for 30 days. TelpRrnph Wnnt Ads "CLICK" "Army" Mnrrhe* Onward Tho Salvation Army l» getting rendy to celebrate 70 years of work In Sweden Mils yenr, Stockholm reports. When ihe first brave little band met. there In 1882, the Army point* otii, It met with mirh l)flter opposition that, the polkr* bnnned meetings after dnrk. But in 1932, when the Salvalionprs celebrated their Jubilee at the Stockholm Concert House, the King of Sweden was among those who saw I he faded colors of the pioneer* brought In. The 8. A. also cele- brnti»« Its 70th "Invasion" of Switzerland and Canada this year. Hit by Commit* If'OH. Malaya ft -Seven soldiers •Including three British marines-were felted hy coconuts and admitted to the hospital when their three-ton armored vehicle crashed Into a coconut tree. Sheer, shirred and simply lovely blouses in white, pink, blue or coral and only Tops for the Easter hit parade—frilly sheer blouses that drip-dry in a wink, need no ironing! Blouses with that wonderful Gibson-Girl look —so new, so feminine! Blouses with exquisite intricate details you'd neper expect at Bond's tiny price. White, pink, blue, coral; sizes 32 to 38. Mail Orders Filled 117 West Third St. • STORE HOURS « Friday » \. &I. to 9 P. M. Other Wuy» 8 A. M. to 5 I'. M. Your youngsters will be happier in these well fitting, hard wearing, good looking "Weather Birds". All sizes and widths, budget priced at $2.98, $3.98, $4.98 RUSSELL'S SHOE STORE 2520 COLLEGE AVE. UPPER ALTON Veteran Workers Honored at Shell f/mg time employes of Shell Oil Co. at the Wood River refinery were presented emblems by refinery manager H, D. Dale. One 30- year man, five 25-year employes, and three of 20-year service, received emblems. Hoy Roper has celebrated his 30th service anniversary with Shell. He has worked at the control laboratory of the Wood River refinery where he started as a sample carrier, was assigned as a tester, and finally transferred to the office section where he is now chief clerk. In recognition of his long service Roper was awarded a ({old Shell emblem — set. with t w o diamond <lud<( by thr. refinery manager, Hoy Roper II. IX Dale. Roper, n native of Alton, was graduated from Alton High School in 1921. In 1927 he was married to Georgia Coughlin of Wood River. They have one son—Donald 20, who is now serving with th.o marines in Korea. The fallowing five men, reaching 25 years service, were each awarded a gold watch and a diamond studded gold Shell emblem by Dale. F. W. Weber F. W. Wr.'bor begun with the pipefitters, was later transferred to the lubricating oils department, where he has been for several years assigned as operator 1st and occasionally as shift foreman at the lube vacuum and asphalt plants. He has had no lost time Weber. accidents. Weber is a native of Edwards- villo where he was graduated from high school in 1921. In 1935 he was married to Irene Silva of Col- linsviljc. They have five children. Weber has been active in Boy Scout work. His home is in Edwardsville. W. A. MoKuen W. A. McEuen wont to Shell from the Western Cartridge Co., wan assigned for a time to the labor depart mont and then trnns- f erred to the ! pipefitter*, and is now assigned to the c r a c k i n K zone. He has never had a lost time accident. McEuen's home McKuen. (own Is Louisiana, Mo. He Is the father of 10 chjldren and is a member of the Masonic lodge. He resides in Wood River., » A. G. Ron Previous to his employment with Shell G. A. Roe did highway construction work for the state of Missouri. His first assignment at the refinery was In the labor department. He was later transferred to the compounding department where at the present, timo he is a dispatcher. He has never ex- pprionrpd a lost limo accident. Roe came from Cooper county, in Roe. Missouri. In 1920 he married Alice Hardesty of Hardin, 111. There are four children in the family. Roe lives in East Alton. AT CARSON JEWELERS OUR REGULAR $ 24 50 VALUE DON'T BE?<*tffei BY SO CALLED WATCH %ip««* yOlt USUALLY CtTJUST WHAT YOU PW MR! 4 (Certificate of <36tiarmttcc Tf>*t tvatcb bos b*t* subjtrtttt to a full #ttd rt S lf t inspect/on at to mechanical txftlltnce, and is guaranteed again ft . inal defect*. The Biggest I Watch Value of All Time Our Regular 1-Yr. Guarante* All Of THESE FINE A <**HED UVER . «« r«d«o* Ubid. trl» • U wiM M« Cl»4 lh»M >»*«!• l» rk«s» «i<Tem»ti 5« — 4oa'l b« f»«lf4 fcy M-v*lUd wftlrh "b»rf>lnt" — ?•• atailljf |«i Inn »t»»t wb»l r»» »•? Itr. $1.00 POWH PAY AS trrrtE AS $1.00 215 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL. CARSON JEWELERS 3IS W. Third St., Alton, m. ... *( U><>< 'me Jewcltd M**M it«4 •»« l«T«r «tT«»<*l fl-M »M vIN r»; tk« IN* 1 * O our Ht a Oft* Actrt. a Cl««c4 Aoc« a N«v SHOP FRIDAY NITE TILL 9 P, M. Pay By the Week With No Charge for Credit! F. W. F. W. Diest began in the labor department. HP was then transferred to the industrial relations | department with the plant protection section. Now assigned to the fire and safely department. Dlest, a native o( Wood River Dlest township, attended school at Moro. He resides in Alhambra. Theodore Cnblne Before coming to Shell, Theodore Cobine was employed as a driver for the Wood River-Alton Busline. His first assignment was in the labor department. He was then put on construction work and was for a time associated with the welders and bollermak- ers.' For the past 23 years he has worked with the pipefitters. With the exception of Cobine. a f e w months at Ihe Houston refinery in 1931, Cobine's entire quarter century of service has been at the Wood River j refinery. ' Cobine was born in Edwards- vine. Ho attended the public | schools at Wood River and in 1924 married Gladys Baxter of Galcon- da. They have three children. Cobine makes his home in South Rolana. i JO-Year Men The following three men have achieved 20 years service with Shell and have been awarded emerald studded gold Shell emblems; J. F. t'nnneily J. F. Canncdy was employed by Ladede Steel Co. before going to Shell. He has served his entire 20 years at Shell's Wood River refinery and In the labor department. Cannedy is a native of Macoupin county, At an early age he moved with his family to this area, and attended the Washington school at East Alton, He is married to the former Mamie Strlgel of Staunton. Cannedy resides on Monroe street, East Alton. E. G. Laberer E. G. Laberer formerly worked for Century Electric Co., St. Louis. His first assignment with Shell was in the engineering department in j St. Louis office. He was transferred to the Wood River refinery i in 1934 as a draftsman in the do- sign section. HP has been assigned to tjie estimating section of the [engineering department since 1938. Laborer is a native of Wcehawk- en, N. J. After moving to the St. Louis area he attended Kirkwood High School, the David Rankin Trade School, and Washington University. Laborer's hobbles are photogra phy and flying. He has a private pilot's licenes and has flown several hundred hours In various types of a/r craft. His home is in St. Louis. George Adams George Adams began as a tester in the analytical *ecttofi 6f the control laboratory. He has transferred to the instrument department where he has been located for eight years. He has never had a lost time accident. Adams was originally from Sioux Falls, S. D. In his boyhood he moved to this area with his family In 1930 he was graduated from East Alton-Wood River Community High School. In 1939 he married Lillian Calame of Alton. They have :wo children. Rtad Tel«gf»ph W«nt Ad» ' ,,.•«»«•**•••••••••• D DIMNDAILI rugs • No prescription em b» better than iti ingredients, Here, we use only fresh, potent drugs of the highest quality. These medicament! are compounded by skilled registered pharmacists, who give their full time to thil exacting service. Yet a prescription filled here costs no more. May we serve you? ROXANA DRUG STORE Vern E. Bramley, R. Ph. Roxana, III. Dial 4-8724 Member of the Allwood Pharmaceutical Club • • • * * FERTILIZER SEEDS Sweet »Clover Alfalfa Ladino Lespedeza Bulk Garden Onion Sets Rhubarb Plants Milorganite Vigoro Sheep Manure Cow Manure Acrico For Lawn and Garden • Baby Chicks on Orders Blue Grass White Clover Rye Grass Perennial Rye City Lawn Seed Oats • Chick Feeds • Feeders • Waterers • Peat Litter A Seed Potatoes RUNZIE FEED 509 BELLE ST. DIAL 2-5032 'S ^^ * 0k f ?* 1 T«OSE.OUT$i|££ WALLPAPER! STRIPES * FLORALS * SCENICS * PLAIDS FROM A SELECTION OF ALL I g c PATTERNS ^| CHOOSE ALL 21C PATTERNS ALl29 cPATTERNS ' PATTERNS All FIRST QUALITY MOST WATfftFAST AND SUNPAST ALL g9( PATTERNS COOK'S PAINT "^*l* /or Wttr and Veatber" ^ ... (OUVH Friday l*til tt.tfU f. Jf.) 9 WEST BROADWAY PHONE 3-5812 VmpUill • loutifeteat Palater unit I»ap«rkat0«r

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