Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 11, 1960
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MONDAY, JULY 11, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SfiVKN Shell Oil Co. Retires 6 Employes ffix area residents were honored recently upon their retirement from service at Shell OH Co., Wood River refinery. They are George H. Hendricks. 3436 Mertdocla, Alton, and Harry W. Jett. 825 Wllloway, East Alton, both with 2? years of service; and George W. Underwood. 181 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, 15 years, Ira F. Klllam, 111 Went Second St., ftoxana, 32 years, Carl H. Tuetken, 1110 McPherson, Alton, 26 years, Sylvester E. Bermes. 516 George St., Wood River, 27 years. O. C. Hendrlcks Hendricks Is a native of Moro, Schtouer Helped With It State Auditor Distributes Muny Pittance Guidebook SPRINGFIELD (Special) —pear fn the Cities and Village* State Auditor filbert S. Smith announced today his distribution of thf publication of Illinois Laws Relating to Muni- dpal Finance which has been prepared as an aid to fll&iois cities and villages. Smith credited the nlne-mem- her Municipal Audit Board that fleers, reviewed the material and assist-[Village Act of the tlltnois Statutes and In numnerous oflicr chapter! of Hie Illinois Revised Statutes, including the recent enactmeni of the Illinois Highway Code, "tills publication," he said "was prepared for the convent ence of Municipal Finance Of Latvian Minister BethaltoSpeaker On Communism BEtHALTO — Christian people throughout the world should organize their efforts to oombat the danger of communism, the Rev. Peter Knezha told members of the First Baptist Church Sunday. Born hi the once free republic of Latvia, Knezha lived under the threat of communist domination but finally escaped with his family to the free world. Speaking at the evening worship service. Knezha urged the congregation to hold fast to the American freedom of speeoh. freedom of the press and freedom of worship. "These freedoms have been destroyed in parts of the world where communists have gained TAPE FARMER WANTS He explained that Americans!TO I*St RE ROOSTER Herman Schumei. a farmer in Ranhoek. South Africa, wants to insure for $28.000 an egg-laying Rhode Island Red rooster which he has raised on his Cape poul- stroy the free people of theory farm. The rooster has laid world," he asserted. I The Latvian preacher said that the only real hope of persons behind the Iron Curtain is faith in Jesus Christ and hor*> for freedom. control," he said. are not concerned enough about ( the threat of communism. | "Americans do not realize; that communism Is our enemy; and will stop at nothing to de shout 40 eggs and has now fathered chicks from the eggs of two hens mated with him a short time ago. "As far as I know," says Schumer "this is only the second bi-sexual rooster on record." • jAiown • IRON RAftfMftt BLAIR HOKI ItWJ State * Btfte (Is UK Phone* RO s-in* m BO Mill Read Telegraph Want AdsDaiy Accountants, City and Attorney's, and others ed in its preparation. Board members include Clayton J. Schlosser of Alton. The publication. "Illinois Statue Laws Relating to Municipal Finance" is the second edition of the laws first published in 1957 and is revised biennially and lived there until recently. | to include the statutory revisions (ministration of He was em-1 nn d new enactments of each ployed by the j session of the General Assem- New York Cen- bly. tral ( Railroad Smith said the book contains there before be-i "The pertinent laws pertaining ginning work for ' to municipal finance Shell in 1933. as a gauger 3rd in the i topping department. In 1943 he trans f erred, to the who work with the various phases of municipal finances." The publication is designed to assist municipal officls and to aid them in fulfilling their obligations under the Illinois Municipal Auditing Law. Durng Smith's term, the ad- the Municipal Auditing Law has developed to the state that all cities and villages now submit audit and financial reports. His office renders fiscal services to municipalities. Hendrirkn Wood River Churrh Women Plan Picnic WOOD RIVER — The annual which ap- the Assembly of God Church in Cottage Hills; the Cottage Hills Auxiliary Police, and is a con'.stable of Wood River Township. Ira P. Klllam A native of Carlinville, Kil-jpicnic and outing of the Woman's ±!MM iTriSTi ".^tto!;: 1 ' 1 " W8Bn «? ur "" !d th l"! lMd ".*''<*"*» ° f s < **»'» United <*"«*! craior IM. HP nein in«i IMJMIIUH i^^jjpfj Hlackburn College in' at retirement. ~ """* Hendrirks married the fnimer Marie Bi Hermann of Rethalto. in 1925, and they have two children. Mrs. Shirley Perry, living now in Munich. Germany: ami Mrs. Marilyn Haitley, Norvelt, Hendrifhs is a member of the 7.\on Lutheran Church in Bethalto. Harry W. Jell Jett, a native of Pike County. Mo., received his education at farmed and ran of Christ K and R wi " bf ' a " a Shell bulk plant j^'Pnt of Wednesday at the West- at Modesto bc-!emer Club Grounds, when mem- [ore beginning 'hers will entertain their children work at the re-'and all the women of the church, finery in 1927. as The group will meet at the a laborer in the'church at 10:30 a.m. Transporta- engineering field I Ho" w 1 " "e provided, department. He Hospital Party .transferred to the i WOOD RIVER - Patients at (distilling depart-i' ne Alton Stale Hospital will be ment in 1929, andie" tertained b . v tnc Township Klllam was serving ini^ouncil of United Church Wo- that department as an operaton m en at a 1 p.m. Friday party. Bowling Green and Annada. Mo. ]st at tne time of nis retire . : Mrs. Carl Legate, president, has Belore joining m<>n) announced. Shell, farmed. he He married the former Lela wa »'\Ve||er of Palmvra. HI., in 1917. The Reorganized church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints of Wood River and the Hartford employed by thp A s(m Byron | ives in Wood American Tele-i R j Vf ,,. : First Methodist Churches will be phone & Tele-; Killam is a veteran of World-host groups. graph Corp.,i War j and saw duty in France | HORSES. POMK8 TO OET and worked for| as a technical sergeant in the| A|D FROM TKENAGERH ordnance corps. He is a| ^^ and ^ aged 10 , 0 1? P«:member of the Wood River| arp bejng recrujtpd into the ^^ Line Company, j American Legion, and a mem-! Jett He married thelber and past commander of the former Kdna Saxton, Greenlield. i\Vood River post of the Veter- III., in 19:16. ians of Foreign Wars. He also He served in the refinery's en-jj s a member of the AF&AMj paign against cruelty to horses ponies and donkeys in England. The Horses and Ponies Protection Association has formed a junior Known for Quality a* Sensible Prices BACHELOR FRIEND SALE • MOHIm BACHELOR FRIEND WHITE ANKLETS Site 10 to 13 Guaranteed 6 Months BACHELOR FRIEND WHITE SOX Siie 10 to 13 REGISTER FOR FREE PONY! Children to 14 Years, Accompanied by Parents. No Purchase Necessary. er s PIASA . ALTON RtoJitTtLlnrit PXtm ftted Thru WtdJ. ator and truck driver, and held Association. *• ;he classification of truck driver Killarn has lived at his Rox- 1st al the time of his retirement, ana address for 30 years. Jett is a member of AF&AM Carl H. Tuetkin 1062, Wood River; Scottish Rites Tuetkin was born in Alton and Bodies. East St. Louis Consis- has spent 44 years there. He was lory; Ainad Temple Shrine, East educated in the Fidelity and Jer- .St. Louis: and First Baptist seyville High School. He was Church of Wood River. At the re-, J*H**~. employed at finery, he belonged to the Ser\ - Jg V Owens - Illinois ice Club and Recreation Associa-'«f ^Jj s in Alton prior to tion. aM^^J^ Joining Shell in O. W. Underwood , l^E^A L 1934 > as a bottle Underwood, a native of Stur-l ^wij|g$r/^ washer in the divant, Mo., received his educa-i ^mSjj? J laboratory, tion there. He was employed &s \^jti^m[m He was serving a timber jack, and worked Ht B»*^iS TmjlB as aspecial I Laclede Steel Co ln|k 'Im^M tester ^ the ex * I in Alton prior to.^H ^Vi perimental lab- Ijoining Shell as a Tuetkin oratory at the j welder helper 1st. time of his retirement. I in the engineer-j Tuetkin married the former [ing field depart-i Viola Studehaker of St. Louis in I ment. He was;1931, and they have two chil- [serving as a boil- dren, a son, Carl F., and a [ermaker 1st in daughter, Mrs. Roy Deen, both Jthat department i of Alton. I at the time of his He is a member of SS. Peter Underwood retirement. & Paul's Church in Alton, and He married the former Eva at the refinery' belonged to the Shrout of Greenbriar, Mo., in Service Club and Recreation As- 1925, and they have five chil-isolation. dren. They are Mrs. Emily Me- He has lived at his present Kenzie, John, and Mrs. Ermil address for 21 years. Dobey. all of Cottage Hills; Ar-j 8. E. Bernaes thur, Port Angeles, Wash., and Bermes had served the corn- Janet Kay, at home. pany nearly 27 years, starting Underwood is a member of j work in September, 1923, as a laborer in the refinery's engineering department. He transferred to the dispatching department later that same year, and was serving as loading rack foreman in that department at the time of his retirement. A native of Greenfield, he was {educated there. He was employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. in East Alton prior to beginning work lor Shell. He married the former Eula Schmidt of Alton in 1926, and they have three children, They IN BITHBB EAR' The secret U our| are Robert. Wood River; Mrs. bone-conduction eyeglass models | Rmh Ann UH Eas( AU fl for both men and women. , Juditn Kav , at home 1 At the refinery, Bermes was a member ol the Shell Club, Service Club and Recreation As- sooiation. He has lived at his present address for 15 years, and in Wood River since beginning OUT THEY GO!! CLOSING OUT OUR PRESENT STOCK OF HEAR AGAIN Rermes Find out if you can be helped by Sonotone'i latest way to hear better again, yet wear NOTHING SONOTONB OF ALTON 503 Comnwciol IM* Houra i to 6 <S»t. • to 18) Telephone HOwwd 3-67*0 «f Alton, 1x4, July 11 work at the refinery. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription /8topt Attecki In MimitM •M YM*. H. T. (tjwtel)-tfti uthrn* formula pr«wHfiSiMM tkw M7 br AMMM (w tiMte private c« of |«laful Mtana tl T«U formula U *o •fffftiv* taat it to tlw payiiciaoi' Uading aittMna »r«»onption-«o «»f« that nuw It can M told - witknt >i»'«feri|)«i»» - la •AT R«li*f Uato for Hoursl optni bronchial tuttat. lootani mueouf eoogMtioo. r«!Uv«a taut aarTow taoiion. AH tali wita* mbitntign for aithma diitrcu. porformi a utcial purpot*. So look forward to alwp at nifkt and fraadoQ (row aithma ipauni .. »l Pi imatao*, at any druff»t«r* Oalr ll*-«oa»y-back-»u»ranUi, •UM. AUTOMATIC WASHERS AND DRYERS All Brand New! PRICES CUT TO THE BONE! Limited Supply... Get Yours Today! •IXI FREE 1 CASE OF TIDE With Each Washer. Offer Good for 10 DAYS ONLY WASHER DRYER. • • . Prices Start at ... . Prices Start at ... With Trod* ACROSS STREET FROM CERMANIA SAVINGS iUILDING Opti M«a. and M Nlttc TUI f P.M. OMH Mon. wd Frl. Nlttf Till t P.M. HLTDR REFRIDERRTIDn CO "AutAoriMd Frigidalif Sal»s and St/vjc»." 1101. 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