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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp11balt
Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroads — Employees — Periodicals Railroads — United States — Employees
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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case of worn out vocal cords, but the doctor, Loretta says,diagnosed it as laryngitis. G. R. Beniston, switchtender, Connells-ville Yards, was quietly married in Cum-berland, Md., on January 14. Mr. Benis-ton was so anxious to get to Cumberlandthat he reached the station in plenty oftime for the train but was overcome withhappy thoughts of the future and per-mitted it to depart without him. Undis-mayed, he waited for a later train whichcarried him safely to his journeys end.Congratulations! Anyone with experiencecan understand how this could happenunder the circumstances. We understand that Miss CatherineMenster, clerk to Road Foreman of EnginesFoster, is wearing a diamond. The luckyman is M. J. OConner, hostler, Connells-ville Shops. We wonder when the weddingbells will ring? C. E. Watson, passenger engineer, F. M.& P. Sub-Division, who has been off dutysince the first of the year on account of anervous break-down, is in Asheville, N. C,recovering. We wish him a speedy recovery.

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Pholo Courtesy of J. A. IliirlleyPresident WiIIard5 inspection train passing Montani, W. Va J. R. Driscoll, age 59, general yardmaster, Johnstown, died of apoplexy, at hishome, Johnstown, Pa., on January 2. He-had been in railroad service for over 35years. He began work on the DelawareDivision, Penna. R. R., and later trans-ferred to the Southern Railway, beforestarting to work for this Company 23 yearsago. He was on the main line of theConnellsville Division between Connells-ville and Rockwood for a short time beforebeing appointed yard conductor, Johnstown.In 1916, he met with an accident whilecoupling cars near Locust Street Crossing,and has since served as yard master. Mr.Driscoll was a member of the Brotherhood ofRailway Trainmen. Funeral services wereheld at the Memorial Baptist Church at1.30 p. m., January 4. He is survived byhis wife and three children. We extend ourheartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family. Assistant Track Foreman Samuel E.Hoover died at Somerset, Pa., on D

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