Robert S. Hatch had spent thirty-eigth years in the petroleum industry when he and Anne left Saudi Arabia in April for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where they are planning their retirement home.
Laura McCaig began the new year 1965 with a new status - Aramco retiree, after 19 years, a record for time spent by a woman in the Company's Saudi Arabia Organization.
In this time of remembrance of things past, we send you greetings from Saudi Arabia and the enterprise to which you all contributed so greatly.
The desert has always created a multitude of problems for man - whether nomad of 2,000 B.C., or twentieth century Aramcon attempting to cope with the shifting sands.
Advanced Trade Training, Education and Training Division three years later.
Jiminy Cricket here... Look to the center spread for a very special announcement!!
This is the time when we especially remember you and the many happy Christmas seasons we have enjoyed together.
Fall means a lot of things, often depending on where you are. Youngsters head back to school (everywhere) and it's time for a new wardrobe.
If you win $500 at poker or on the ponies, you say the Lady smiled, but if you owe $500, it's hard to say your luck is good.
The retirement of Karel H. Beekhuis as President of Aramco Overseas Company brought to a climax a career of thirty-two years in the oil industry, one which began at Socal's Richmond Refinery in 1931 and eventually covered a large portion of the globe.
Another swiftly moving year has rolled around and the Holiday Season is with us again.
Allyn Webster and his wife, Lynn, left Dhahran the end of June and began leisurely trip which included stops in Italy, Germany, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and Ireland.
Barbara St. John receives from Thomas C. Barger a scroll to commemorate her twenty years of service.
Such seems to be the case when tallying the activities of annuitants. We can prepare a pretty interesting list right now - but just think what it would be like if we knew what everyone was doing.
The Christmas Holidats have come again, bringing pause to our crowded busy days. Those of us who are here in Saudi Arabia today remember you particularly at this time, for we have all been together at this season during unforgettable years.
There are four lucky tots in California because now they have a full-time set grandparents just arrived from Saudi Arabia.
When Dr. T. C. Alexander came to Saudi Arabia in July, 1940, as the first American doctor to care for Aramco employees on a permanent basis, he laid the foundations for Aramco's present vast medical program and facilities.
Since the Dodgers and the Giants have moved to California, baseball in New York hasn't been what it used to be.
This was one of a multitude of such scenes that took place between old and new friends as gay nostalgia pervaded the grounds and public rooms of the Miramar Hotel in Santa Barbara.
The season of Christmas once more is here, and with it comes a heightened feeling of kinship with each one of our associates, whether they live in the same town or on the other side of the globe.