Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, I960 Sinclair Start* Midstream Fueling of flit-er Tows Sinclair Rpfining Co Tuesday Officially inmifnirnted midstream fueling spivirp for river to«* in thr Alton HIPH altove St Louis I'ndor ;i murktMing agrwntent with Oi.v Brothers Mnrinr Smicv \Voorl Hivr-t, Hie company will pnnidr romplfle servfi'i' tn Imw vnfh ;t fun "f HIM rim prmlucts K'nl of thr new »?r\-| ice was madf Tuosdwy noon at a luncheon meeting of company, officials and press representatives in the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford. Facilities include a new company barge, the Sinclair Midstream Fueler No. 1. and a new tow boat, the Or> B. owned by Ory Brothers. The barge is 115 feet long with 30 foot beam and 7% foot depth. Permissible draft is about 6 feet loaded. It contains four fuel compartments holding a total of 126,000 gallons and equipment capable of pumping and metering fuel at the rate of 500 gallons a minute. The barge also contains two ,">.(WU gallon \\ntpr tHtik-i. carries lubricating oil in barrels with pumping facilities, marine lubricants of various Kpes. ;inri full line nl provisions. II was built l>\ Si Louis .^lipliiiilrlina S!r-p| Co I!cn< t)r\, ;;7. yinrml manner of Ory Hm(hi>r* Marine SiTVirr. «t ailed in buisness in \Vood Hi\Ti in 1947 with his brother. Flint. ,'W. when both were employed by Western Cartridge Co. since taken over by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Starling with a small steel lathe in a sh?d at the rear of their home, the brothers be^an taking orders tor lawn numei | sharpening and light machine i shop work, and called their enterprise Ory Brothers Machine! & Iron Works. This business grew to a point where the brothers were able to add a larger lathe, welding and spraying equipment, and other machine shop tools, and take on such work as repair of barges and other marine equipment on a full time basis. Medora Alumni Reunion July 24 MEDORA —- Thr annual alumni reunion of Medora high school will be on Sunday July 24, at| American Legion Hall, com mencing with a basket dinner j at 12:30 p.m. A meeting is set' for 2 p.m. The graduatiug classes run from 1894 to 1935. Several former teachers were present last year. The reunion is an informal affair and is for all former graduates and teachers andi their families. Mrs. Shirley Bowman and Har-i old E. Fricker of Medora are die co-chairmen for the event this year. Other officers are: Paul Odell of Piasa. first vicepresident: Mrs. Sylvia Darr, Medora, second v i c e-president; Mrs. Marion Ijjwis. Piasa. sec- j relary: Delbert Downs, Madison, treasurer. Dinner for Si-rvicr Man MEDORA — A pot luck dinner was held ai, Kcmper Hall ; Sunday, honoring Pfc. Franklin ! Graham and wife, who are here from Suffeni, X. Y Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mines and family, Slvip- nian; Mr. and Mrs. Konnoth Allen and family, .ler.seyville; Mr. and Mrs. James Selkirk; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Mines and daughter, Medora. The couple arrived Friday, companying her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hiiies and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen, who spent a week with them in New York. They are also visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grabam, of Piasa. Picnic Supper MEDORA — The Misses Mar-j tha Kitzmiller and Helen Reed 1 of Harvey, 111., spent the week-1 end with the former's parents,' Mr. and Mi-s. J. M. Kit/miller. On Saturday evening a hamburger and picnic supper was held at the Kitaniiler home, ' honoring the guests. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. 'Gene Schaeler and family and Mr. : and Mrs. M;jiiin Kit/miller and; family. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" "We're so proud of Junior working his way through college! It wasn't easy! His father isn't an easy man to work!" Scouts To Attend Camp MEDORA - Medora fioy i Scout Troop 100 met Monday : evening nl the Methodist Onirch basement and completed plans for attending Camp Warren Levis nl Alton next week. They will leave Sunday. The Scouts \vent on nn overnight camping trip during the weekend, near Medora and cooked Ihfir meals. Those going were Tommy Quakenbush. Jimmy Randolph. Topper Shields. Jimmy Gable, Terry Smith. Qer- Uild Heyen. Larry Strunk. Den- •nis Ilubbaixl and Keith Mutzbauer. Don Stuekey. scoutmaster, \\fis with them. Birth of Granddaughter MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cadmus received word of the birth of a daughter Saturday evening at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cadmus of Greenfield. The baby weighed nine pounds and three ounces and has been i named Charlene Ann. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cadmus and Mrs. Ruth Thein of Greenfield. Mrs. Frances Hill of Banker Hill is grandmother. the great, MEDORA — Mrs. Robert Golike Sr.. was guest of honor at a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lo- jla Harris at Fosterburg. Pre• sent were the Rev. and Mrs. Cle- ( tus Leverett and family. Bunker firafton GRAFTON - MM. Jack Wat- soti entertained a group of friends with a dinner party at her home Monday tot her mother, Mrs. Mabel Golden, who Is visiting from Poley, Mo. James E. Brown and Mrs. Virginia \Vynn of Fort Wayne. Hill: Miss Judy Green. Alton, ind.. were married Monday at 2 Mi. and Mrs. Robert»Qolikp Sr., p.m. af the residence of L. Cast- Mf-rloi'H. en by Justice of the Peace Clint- Sevrrnl July birthdays, five on Cope. The couple will reside ifrom Meclora and one from Jer- a t his residence near Grafton. seyvillp. H*K> celebrated with a Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Fagll of dinner Sutidny at the home of| Detro | t . Mll . h .. visited with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe 8ahr in Jer-. friends here Sun d a y. Mrs. Fagil seyvllle. The honored guests ; ls thc fomer Wss Fannie Lee I were Jark Rich .and daughter, | o f Gra f ton iJackie. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith,! Cap1 _ and Mrs Ge0 rge Baxter Miss Paula Gorham. all of Me-! and chi | d ren, who have been via- Idora. and Joe Btihf. Jerseyvllle. iting at the home of his parents. The guests were the families , eft Mond fop Jo]lct ni of Jack Rich. Ed bmith and Paulj whcre th „.,„ v|gl , Mr8> Bax . flr»i»MLim '. _ „ -_. .. Gorham. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and iter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. Charles Simonson and children Laura Lynn and Mark, of Kaskaskia, 111., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wilson. Mrs. D. \V. Voorhees returned home Monday from Baltimore/ spending the week with their grandparents, Mr.'and Mrs. Roy Whlted, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson and son, Gary, Ind., called on Mrs. Hope Chlsm, and other friends Monday. Md., where she had gone to at- Mrs. Pauline Strunk returned tend the funeral of her brother, home Sunday from Atlanta, Ga., Lourie Whiled of Alton and Lenny Whlted of Carrollton are where she spent the winter with her daughter. Mrs. H. R. Range. Lumbwg. Capt. Baxter and family will go to Omaha, Neb., for Ma>t)6w asslgnmsflt. Mrs. Marie Schrup, who has been visiting at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burns, left] Saturday for her home in Du-j buque, Iowa. She was accom-| panied by Mr. and Mrs. Bums and children who will visit several days In Iowa. Mrs. Sadie Crltchhrld and son Edward, of St. Francisville. and. Miss Orpha Angle of Mt. Carmel; were weekend guests of Mr. and. Mrs. G. W. Critchfield. Mr. and Mrs. David Dlehl left Monday for Decatur following several days visit at the homei of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mont>: gomery. | Mrs. Raymond Pohiman andi Mis. Tex House of Alton spent Tuesday In Louisiana, Mo., visiting relatives. Brighton Man to Make Tour of Europe BRIGHTON - John B. Byrnes, of the faculty of the Bast Alton Junior High School and a local resident, is leaving on the dun- ard liner Mauretanla next week on a nine-country tour Of Western Europe. He will be a member of a tour' party of 61 under the leadership of the television personality Ler Cavanagh and sponsored by the Radio and Television Apostolate of St. Louis. Countries to be visited Include Ireland, England, Holland, Bel- glum, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Monaco, and France. The return will be made by Jet airliner the latter part of August. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally DRAPERIES MONTIOELLO COLOR CENTER Monticello Plata Godfrey [Open Mrni.. Prt. Mil I p.m. Wtdtftt SPICIAL SALI OP . Nationally Advertised 718.96 Milan. Sites 4 to II LAAAA to B $A OK ths ..... •§•99 M IVITICS SIMM XHMtl S STOP!! 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