Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1052 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Three 30-Year Men At Shell Honored Three men who have served 30 years with Shell Oil Co. have been awarded gold Shell emblems by Refinery Manager H. D, Dale. & 1. Johnson C. E. Johnson began with Shell on May 5, 1932, and has worked with the pipefitters, first assigned to the field, and more neentiy to the boiler house wiM, In 30 years wbrV at Shell he has had no lost time accidents. Johnson is a native of Graf ton. in June of 1634 he was married to Violet Mager of St. Louis, who at that time also was employed by Shell in the main office accounting section. They have 'one daughter, Eileen, who Is now Mrs. Herbert HAmer of Los An* geles, California. Johnson la a member of the Moose lodge, His home it if! Al- ri .''•'*. fl, K, ifeCrMken 0. E, McCraeften has worked his entire thirty years in the. (Ms* tilling department^ where he started as a gauger and since 1928 has been Shift foreman. McGfacken Is a native of Reno, Ml., attended the elementary and high schools at Bethako. He la married and has two'daughters- Jean Ann, 18, end Rose Mary, IS. In 182? McCrackcn was cited for saving the life of a construe* lion werftfflin whtt had Biedrtii asphlxMted at the bottom of i well. \ MetJraeften brlsught him to the surface and tendered artifi* clal respiration. MeCrfteken makes Hi* home in feethalto. B. r. Baker E. F. Baker's first job at the refinery was in the labor department. He was transferred to the pipefitters and was later made labor foreman, next was promoted to general foreman in charge of the tool rooms and vafvd repair. Of his 30 years with Shell, Baker has served 29 as a supervisor. He has had no lost time accidents. In the departments under his supervision, only one employe has suffered a lost time accident in 29 years. Bflket was bom at Mt. Veroon, Ind. He attended school at En* field,,HI. During the First World War he served 20 months in the Quartermasters . corps of the Army, with a construction division at Camp Taylor, Ky. In October of 1923 he married Chloe Thierry ef Belleville. There are two children in th« family •. MM* gle ef Wood River, and Conald, who is finishing High school this year. Baker is a member of the Ma* sonic Lodge, the Odd Fellows, the American Legion, and the Shell Recreation association. He was the recipient of the top award in Wood River's courteous driving campaign. He spends most of his spare time at his farm near Mt, Vernon. His home is In Waod River. Refrigeration tJtifti £r*t 9 _i*t . _ji,,. t. jaiuAi A wftrflttg tgilntt am hot wstth» er fire hazard wa§ voiced today t$ Alton tfitti Chief Lewis, tttofl etai* tioned that the fidtetofli bf merclal and residential tion units should be cleaned. 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