Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOI 2 U. E. Men Retire After Long Careers Two employes of Alton overhead line division of Union Electric Co. have retired after torn wrvtee with the company and Hi pfwwcstort. They an tanta A. Bast, who resides at (he Keystone Hotel, 402 E. Brosdway, uM Qeorgt Witten* born, 929h E. 6th St., both in Alton. Bast worked at several ditf eKnt times for Alton Parish and It Power Co. before being re- employed in the Alton line department in 1932 as a lineman. He was made an Bast over head t e- palrman in 1948. Bast is a native of Lawrenceburg, Ky. Wittenborn, a native of Chester, Joined East St. Louis Light & Power Co. in 1934 as a lineman. He also worked in this capacity for Alton Light & Power Co. and Uniofi Electric: Wittenborn Co. of 111., both predecessors of the present Union Electric Co. Two other U.K. employes are marking service anniversaries. G. Robert Parish, of 2814 Brown Street, celebrates his fortieth year j with Union Electric this month. He j will receive a j gold watch from j the president of j the utility com-j pany at the an-! nual veterans j banquet in Nov-l ember. ! Parish, a na-: tive of Alton, j has spent all his j Union Electric service in the Alton | area. Hired as a pipefitter helper by Alton Gas & Electric Co., Unioh Electric's predecessor, he is now a general foreman in gas operation. He has also worked as a pipefitter I and gas foreman. i Charles H. Scales, 730 Condilj St., Wood River, marks his thirty- 1 fifth anniversary with Union Elec- j trie this month. He is a gas fitter j in the Alton • Gas Depart- j ment. i Hired in 1925 by Alton Gas & Electric Co., Union Electric's predecessor in the area, Scates j also has worked j Scates as a pipefitter,] troubleman and helper operating truck for the utility company. He is a member of Union Electric's Veterans Association, an organization for employes with 20 or more years service. Four Named On Jersey Welfare Board JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey 1 County Board of Supervisors I Monday appointed members "to j serve on the Jersey County Wei-! fare Board. They were: Rev. ' Earl Dickey, Mrs. Leslie Shines j and 0. A. Wilson. Their terms j expire in 1962. Mrs. Renardj Hagen was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Miss Margaret Seago who resigned, and; will serve until July 1, 1961. The Board approved a resolution to use Motor Fuel Tax Funds to gravel the road south from Fidelity to Rt. 16. Supervisor E. J. LeFaivre presided as chairman. The matter of dividing the voting precincts in Jersey Township was discussed and LeFaivre appointed James R. Allen, U. B. Sowell and Paul E. Horn, of Jersey Township, to work with precinct committeemen in this matter. Semi-annual reports of officers were filed and approved. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. George E. Frazer of Jerseyville are announcing the arrival and prospective adoption of a daughter, born April 39. The baby weighed 8 pounds 3 ounces at birth. She is the second child in the Frazer family, her sister, Georgia Marie being 3'/ s . Grandparents of the children are: Mr. and Mrs. George Frazer of Jerseyville and Mrs. Marie Klunk of Dow. Injures NOM JERSEYVILLE - James French, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs- Robert French of Jerseyville, was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital Tuesday afternoon for deep cut on the nose. He was struck on the nose with a toy while playing with some other children. Following treatmetn the patient returned borne. gjif Auttml'9" young farmers— tu» of them girls— are in Britian for six month* to study British! MfWtftlMM IXTRA IACLE STAMPS WITH THIS COUPON . And a SB.OO Purchase or More Of Meats, Groceries er Produce Redeemable* At Any National food Stare Offer Bxpires Saturday Nlte. 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