Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Four 25-Year Employes at ShellHonoml Skinner. C.irlylp. employe* of Stvll Oil Cu hnvr hrrn honored recrntly upon romplf'tion of 73 year*' srtvirr at Ibr rpftnpfy in Rov 8rw. Ravmmirl r. SWnnrr Rnyni'iiH) P Skinnrr Ufi \V. Fnrrst. Jlnrlfnrri. is n native of Alton, hui rrvpjvpri his «lu< n- tion in ("jirlim illP. HP WHS PITI- p'oyi-d hy IntprnHtionnl Shoe Co. in flartford prior 1o joining Shell in 191i. as [ an inspection tpst- PV Mh in thr rr- I finpry laboratory. i He now is sprving as nn operator 1st in thr Bracking | department. He m a r r i P d fora Cr.iuse of in '1929. and they hnve a dauehter and a son. Mrs. Juan Horton of Hartford, and P.alph. serving with the Naval Air Corps in Newfoundland. Ho is a member of First Bap- f;»t Hunch. H;irtford, and at the refinery belongs to the Service Club and Recreation Association HP has lived at his present address for 30 years. .fume* H. Mourning .Tames H. Mourning was horn near .levseyville. and received his education there. He was employed by International Shoe Co, in Hartford, the Jewel Tea Co. and Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. before joining i jShell in 1935 asi [a pipefitter help-! jer 2nd. He has [worked through! [the various pipe-i J filter classifies-; Mourning, tions, ancf'now is; serving as a pipefitter" .1st in the refinery's engineering fiold 1 department. He married Mildred Weeks of near Jerseyville in 1925, and, they have a daughter and a son. Mrs. Earl White of Dayton.' Ohio, and David Mourning of Bridgcton, Mo. He is assistant treasurer of the Wood River First Baptist Church, a former deacon and trustee of the church, and sec-, retary-treasurer of the Men's Brotherhood. He has lived at his present address for 12 years, and in Wood River for more than 20 years. .Jack Creekmore i Jack R. D. Creekmore of 537' Tipton Ave., Wood River, a na-i tive of Oakdale, Tenn.. was edu-; cated in Johnston City, 111. He married Gertrude Harp of Beardstown, 111., in 1936. He was • employed by the .Western Cartridge Co. and the Majestic Ra- |dio Manufactur- |ing Co., Chicago, (prior to joining 1 Shell in 1935 as I a pipefitter in the Creekmore. engineering field department. He became a pipe- fitter foreman in 1946, and since 195], has bppn serving as a zone supervisor at the refinery. Creekmore served in the 22nd V. S. Naval Construction Bat-! talion during World War II, see- ins duty with the Seabees in< the Aleutians. He now is 12th! district commander of the Department ol Illinois Veterans of Foreign Wars, and is club manager of VFW Post '.'859 in Wood River. He also is a member of M;i- sonic Lodge in Wood River. Moose Lodge in Wood River, and the First Church of Christ. Christian in Wood River. He has lived at his present address for 20 years. Gordon McConnell Gordon McConnell of 930 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, is a native of Paragould, Ark., and (received his edu- 1 cation in Padu- jcah, Ky. He mar- Iried Ruth H. Darr lof Carrollton in 11934, and they j have three chiljdren: Gordon D. j McConnell and [Mrs. Dixie Mar- 'iiene Bozarth. both McConnaU. of Wood River, anci Monte Eugem>. student at Roxana llinh School. He was employed by International Shoe Co in Paducah before joining Shell in 1935. as a piperfittei helper 2nd. He has! worked through the various pipe- fitter classifications, and now is serving as a pipefitter 1st in the engineering field department. McConnell has lived at his present addrebs lor 20 years. BUttSlAN UNIVKRSniKK WOO UNMAN NTUUKNJK Russia is tempting thousands of young Indians to take advantage of a free education in' the Soviet Union, New Delhi re-, ports. The youths WP being offered free travel, books and liv ing expenses for five years. Three thousand students huve applied at Uw Soviet Einba«i>y tor admission thi* year. Although the, Russian* <-an take only fjUi they plan to step up tbe education program to accommodate j .',000 a >far. i AY MOWER SALE! 3-H.P. 4-Cycle Craftsman Power Mower 59" 20 In. Others Priced to Gasoline Can tn carry, pour, store! All steel. Ipwkproof. 4-<it. size. Wheel Barrow 7.88 85 Down Recoil starter. Finger-tip control for choke, fast, slow, off. 14- gauge all steel housing. Trims front and side. Regular 119.95 3-Wheel Riding Mower ONLY *.» DOWN HP, 4-cycle engine Forward and reverse gear Handles the toughest; jobs LlKhtwelght. Dunlap '« .'( cu. ft wheelbarrow made of high grade ma- terluls. 24" Craftsman Self- Propelled Rotary RPR. 139.99 11«7.«S«? Key lock self-starter! S'/j-h p. 4- c.vcle engine. Fingertip wheel IteiRht adlustment. Edges and Trims Lawns by Power 49.99 3 "4-HP. 4 cycle For a neat, trim lawn! Has recoil starter Adjutluble 9-inch blddc. Tires Reg. 59 !>•>. stive SKI. Gas Camp Lantern RPK 19 QQ 13.98 LtlmOO Burns 10 Menus on one filling Lights ;H once in wind, rain Uses an\' gas. 2-Burner Stove R«-K. 10.98 17.88 .1. C. Higglns camp stove burns white or unto gas 27x12- in. cook area. Cook Set for 6 11 Aluminum .49 18 - piece set Cups, plate*, coffee pot pans all fit in 8-qt. pot. Rustproof. J. C. Higgins Center-Pole 9x9-Ft. Umbrella Tents Rep. 37.98 32 88 Four-way nylon screen ventilation. Zipper screen door. Tough drill top, sides, sewn-in duck floor. Frame needs no adjusting after setting up. J. C. Higgins Aluminum Ice Chest 17.88 Reg. 21.98 Aluminum for light weight, 1-lnch fiberglass insulation for perfect temperature control. 5-way tray, end drain. 25-Ft. 12.2 Ga. Sheathed Cable 1 49 Tough, heavy sheathing resists moisture, lire, acid vapors. Easy installation for rewiring old circuits, adding new circuits. Us>; in i(c-\v or old homes. Hus rip cord lor fH.\v stlipping. UL Traditional Style Post and Lantern 10.95 Both for Black finished steel lantern and isted. Make your wiring safe. &rn°h. 'l^vlS""' ^ ""' HOUSE PAINT SALE! Master-Mixed Self Cleaning House Paint R<»g. 5.98 4 A rid), superbly balanced formula in white Top grade pigments resist fading. Mildew resistant, resists peeling. lit*. 1.16 ifttl Milliner tui .ill on P..IIIU A leliu try blend of th< tolveiil u»eo In i he mui>uiu< lure of modem palnU. Magnesium Ladders Keg. 12.88 Step- f}88 Ltiffcter Keg. 80.95 28 Fl. ^ A UitlcliT i If Keg. 102.50 32 Ft. O9 Ladder if A 88 SPECIAL "Throw Away" Paint Brushes 4 for 44c For puiming glueing duktins, Vj, 1. Uj. 2-Inch fize* Pure bristle. LAST 4-DAYS TO SAVE! SALE ENDS MONDAY Wr .«rrvirp what WP sell! Coa^t - to - coapt. over 7500 Spar* service men arp ready to serve you! PHONE HO 5.5511 SEARS •JOKWVK AND ANNUAL NATIONAL HOME APPLIANCE SALE cu. ft. Refrigerator with 86 Ib. freezer chest •.SAVE'30 !>i •239 Only $10 Down i Full width porcelain crisper for fruit and vegetables i Magnetic door seals cold in, opens easily at tnurh i Door opens within own width, can be set next to walls Extra deep door storage holds 1A gal. cartons 5-Year Guarantee on Sealed Refrigeration Unit 5-YR. GUARANTEE on the sealed refrigeration unit Thousands Sold iNationally! Reg. 169.95 Kenmore :tO-l>< II GAS H \\4pE Has Range Top Griddle 139 Only $5 Down No Trade-in Needed Matchless! Oven, burners, broiler lights automatically 25-in. wide oven accommodates family-size meals Smart chrome trim backguard has light, timer FIRST TIME EVER * Exclusive 14-Inch Polisher-Scrubber LESS THAW SIO! Days Only 15-Cu. Ft. Coldspot FREEZER For a Low-Low 188 ONLY $5 DOWN Freezes and stores 525 Ibs. food. Thousands sold coast-to-coast. Buy yours now. Examine this proven freezer with all its features and look at the price again; you'll agree Sears has the best buy in freezers. Save 10.95 on a Coldspot Dehumidifier! Stops Moisture Damage $79 Regularly 89.95 Only $10 Down Adjustable humidistat controls humidity. Runs only when needed; saves electricity. Slide-out drip pan collects water; garden hose connection for venting direct into drain. Four casters. Get gleaming floors quickly with an extra wide 14-inch sweep. Twin 7-in. brushes cover 17 ' c more area than ordinary 12-in. polishers. Twin brushes... reversible felt buffing pads . . . rug scrubbing attachment. Only $5 Dow n 21-IN. CONSOLE TV Regular 169.95! Save 41.95! Removable safety glass for easy cleaning. Modern brown splatter finished cabinet in new slim styling, top controls. Portable Stereo. Phonograph "* ^ O ».BS f £J 88 DOWN No Trade-in Needed 11.000 BTU Guaranteed 1-HP Air Conditioner 219 Only §10 Down No Trade-In Needed Save $20.95 on Reg. 239.95 1-HP Deluxe Coldspot air conditioner Powerful 2-speed cooling; air exchanges brings in fresh air Thermoslatic control; slide-out weather sealed chassis SAVE $20.95! 2 Speed! 2 Cycle! KENMORE Automatic Washer Reg. 189.95 169 Only §5 Down 10-Lb. Capacity Porcelained Tub • Full Time Lint Filter Is Built-in Speeds for Washing Sheers to Denlnu New Acrylic Finish .Resists Bust, Stain 10 Lb. Capacity Kenmore ELECTRIC DRYEft 85 DOWN 4-speed changer with synthetic sapphire needle plays stereo or monaural records. Two 6-in. speakers completely separable for best effect. Visit S^ttm Complato Record Dept. 85 IMWN 99 Just .load this automatic dryer, set it and forget it! Dial air for fluffing or heat for fabric-safe drying. Shut-off door switch "Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back 1 Pay Yonr Utility Hill* at Soars - Itfls Light** and Water* DINETTE CLEARANCE Coppertone Steel Folding Chair 2.99 Reg. 59.95 Re*. 4.98 Sturdy, comfortable. Baked enamel finish stays bright longer. Plastic seat. bank. 5-Pc. DINETTE SET / ^ r**®& . iL. .--Is • \\*~( Outdoor Elegance —Umbrella Table 10.88 Ideal for big families! Stain resisting Melamine plastic table opens with one leaf to 60 in. In bronze finish with white, brown 'n gold color top or black, with black, white, gold. Vinyl cover chairs. 7-Pc. Dinette Set as Shown Reg. 95.95-5-Pc. Dinette Set RPR. 14.95 Sleek, smart lines with a white, baked enamel finish Steel with umbrella hole. • • • . 99.88 Reg. 119.95-5-Pc. Dinette Set ... . No Bumps....No Buttons Serofoam Mattress or Matching Box Spring 34*» ^JF JL Twin Size Reg. 45.95 Full Size 39.88 Pampering quilt-top foam cradles you all over, actually adjusts to your contours. Never retains odor, never needs turning or airing. Cotton rayon damask cover. Reg. 39.95 JULY BLANKET LAY-AWAY Reg. 4.49 Rayon & Nylon Blanket 38 50e Holds 3 A completely new blanket built to Sears specifications. Of 90 e i rayon, 10% nylon this blanket features reduced shrinkage, good appearance after washing. In solid colors. 72x90 inches. I Olin Plant 4988 • • • • • t)y*00 ..... 79.88 i •). Graville A^'TO •ffi' '• , Mothproof Blend Plaid Blanket Machine Washable Automatic Blankets Beg. 6.98 5.44 ««*•"••• 10.88 Orion* Acrylic Blanket Buys Solid Color Terry Towel Ensemble Twin size B2x84-ln Nylon binding Colorful beauty of 90% rayon. \(i% 2-yr replacement guarantee. Save Orion* acrylic. 510. *DuPont Keg. T.M. 72x84-in. $1698 11.88 New 501 DuPont Nylon Carpet in 19 Vivid Colors 8.44 33x44-ln. Bath Size. 2 for $1 Retires 4 at East Alton Henry Oglesby, .Tohn Granvlllt!. Mrs. Bessie Lattin and Leonard Prc-sson have retired from Olin Mathteson s East Alton plants Oafpsby was first employed by the former Western Cartridge Co. from 191fi to 1923 in the brass mill. H i s continuous •wrvtiw dates from 1933 when H. Og|p«hv he again returned to the brass mill Except for four months in 1938 spent in the general plant maintenance department. Derby's entire 27 years of sprviiT have been in the brass mill. He worked as a scalper Inspector, furnaer helper and furnace operator before being named tn the assignment of chief anneal operator in 1949. Oglrsby and his \vife. Grace, ar* parents of two daughters. One daughter. Agnes, is married to Francis Wimberly of the Olin company's rast shop, and the other, Freda, is in civil service and currently assigned in Okinawa . , The Oglesbys plan to remain at thrir present home. 610 Broadway, East Alton. John GravHle Graville's service dates from 1937 when he joined organization as a laborer in the general plant maintenance department. Subsequently he worked in the shipping, receiving and wood box departments. In 1942 he returned to general plant main^ tenance. After working briefly as a laborer, he was designated a millwright helper. Later in 1942 he advanced to millwright second class, and in 1934 earned the designation of millwright first class. Graville makes his home on Albers lane, Bethalto. Graville is planning to visit his son. who is serving with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. "I flew to Nice on the French Riviera two years ago to visit him," Graville says, "and had a wonderful time. This trip I'm going to take a jet." Bessie Lattin Bessie Lattin's continuous service dates from 1942. Her earliest association with the Olin firm, 11 however, was in 1915 in the old ! metallic department. In 1942 she was employed as a I j machine operator in the old brass specialties department, transferred to the metallic inspection department later the same year, and in 1943 returned to brass specialties, now known as fabricating. Mrs. Lattin, 8. Lattin whose husband David, was formerly employed in the metallic packing department, is the mother of a son and two daughters. One daughter, Audrey Allen, was formerly employed in the jet starter department, and the other, Betty Holford, worked in brass specialties. The Lattins will remain at their present address, 3605 Franor, Alton. Presson's service dates from March. 1934, when he was employed at East Alton's Western Cartridge plant as a dryer helper in the brass mill. In July, 1941, he was I ~; |P*ffe«iJK[ ad vanc.ed to ra3TCM blocker. then HH^HHi worked as a finish anneal operator assistant, automatic operator and anneaJ operator. In March, 1955, he transferred to Roll-Bond as a plate heating operator. In December. 1957, he was named chief anneal operator. Presson, who has been on leave of absence since last February because of illness, and his wife, Eura, will make their home at 104 Cooper St., East Alton. Gives lightweight warmth, long I5x22-in Hand Size 3 for $1 •ervlce Machine wash and dry. 12 in Washcloths 6 for $1 *DuPont Reg T.M. Absorbent, firmly woven, terry. Sq. Yd. Here's carpet your family can really live on. New 501 nylon pile won't shed fuzz, or mat. It will give you the outstanding wear and bright colors you've always dreamed of in a carpet. Household .stains can be sponged off. ALTON: CALL OUT FOR KNIGHTS " AS DRAtiONS REPORTED "Dragons" which natives «f New New Guinea claim grow to 20 feel in length and live on small kangaroos have been spotted, according to reports from Sydney, Australia. An official in (New Guinea says that the an*, inals are probably Komodo dr* gons, from an island of that name near Floret in th* Fttt Indies, which is said to havt dragons in large numbers. Tb» Komodo dragons are claimed to be descendants of dragons of mythology which in prehistoric times were enormous creature*. Australian goannas are their living relatives. Phone HO 5-5511 New Chain Letter KOHT l.AUt>ERDALE, Ha. —They've sol a new chain letter gimmick here. In it. the recipients are advised to send § bottle of whisky or case of bew jlto a nanw on the Mat. and later get back a dozen bottlM or c*ce«. Chain letters are illegal in Florida il anything of value u o|> tered.

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