The Activator, Volume 1, Number 8, May 1945 Page: 182
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182 THE ACTIVATOR May
BACK FENE -
PROMOTION TO MAJOR.
Stanley Michael Matelski, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Matelski, 67
Walnut St., Plymouth, Pennsyl-
vania was promoted to the rank of
Major on 30 April, 1945. Major
Matelski is a graduate Chemical
Engineer from the Pennsylvania
State College, Class of 1941 and
is a member of the Society of
American Military Engineers. He
was originally Executive Officer,
Priorities and Allocations Branch,
Office Chief, Chemical Warfare
Service, Washington, D. C. At
present he is Chief, Property Dis-
posal Branch, Dallas Chemical
Warfare and resides at Dallas,
Texas with his wife and son, Stan-
EXTRA! West Meets East! On
April 21, 1945, Miss Lorene Til-
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Tilley, Wewoka, Oklahoma, be-
came the bride of Mr. G. J. Vis-
conty, Ashtabula, Ohio. The
happy couple spent a honeymoon
at Lake Murray in Oklahoma.
They are now residing- Does
anyone have an apartment to
Mr. Robert R. King has been
elected president of the American
Oil Chemists Society. Mr. King
is Technical Director of the In-
terstate Cotton Oil Refining
Company, Sherman, Texas.
It is now Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
It is now Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
Kelton. Mrs. Kelton is the for-
mer Miss Marie Tune of Cisco,
Texas. Mr. Kelton is the Chief
Research Engineer of Core Labo-
ratories, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. are
living at 4511 Roland St., Dallas.
They do not have a telephone. It
is hoped that they will have one
in a year or so.
A confidential source has ad-
vised that Maglab's Misses Eleanor
Miller and Gloria Burton have
flown to San Antonio, Texas, by
means of an airplane. It is stated
that they wore helmets and dark
glasses in order not to be conspicu-
ous. . . .
More on that trip to San An-
tonio-Miss Virginia Moore also
went along. Our source does not
say whether she wore a disguise.
The girls visited all the sights of
San Antonio. They saw the Ala-
mo and say that to this day not a
man survives. They also saw the
picturesque San Antonio River,
the historical section and so many
things. One of the girls said that
the other two really visited an un-
usual place. One-third of the girls
lost their voices. They really had
a wonderful time.
Mr. E. M. Deck has accepted a
position with the Interstate Cot-
ton Oil Products Company at
Sherman, Texas. Mr. Deck was
formerly with Procter and Gam-
ble at Cincinnati, Ohio.
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