Image from page 492 of "Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine" (1912)
Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
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ce, keep him there just as long asMr. Terrells health and strength hold out, andindications are that it will be for some time.In entering the penitentiary, Mr. Terrell goeswith much honor, for he has been named wardenand the other residents of Mineral Countyregard it as a most worthy appointment. Mr.Terrell served with the Baltimore and Ohiotwenty-five years and was passenger and freightagent at Keyser for fifteen years, during whichtime he made a host d friends. In leaving, hepronaised his former workers every consid-eration and attention if any took the occasionto visit him, voluntarily or involuntarily. Among the photographs in the group onpage 55 is one of Clarence D. Hanks, secondtrick operator at West Keyser tower. Mr.Hanks was granted a furlough for naval dutyJuly 30, 1918, and after enlisting was assignedto the Radio School, U. S. S. Naval Operat-ing Base, at Hampton Roads, Va. He was inservice on this division eight years and workedin practically every oflSce on the division.
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Martinsburg Shops Correspondent, W. L. Stephens, AssistantForeman, Martinsburg, W. Va. At the time of sending these items to theMagazine our shop employes are in the throesof the influenza epidemic. There is hardly aman who has not been affected, either personallyor through some member of his family beingstricken. In some cases our men have beencompelled to remain away from work to carefor the members of their families. So far wehave lost nine by death. On October 4, W. W. Wood, accompanied byCaptain C. Rosa, a retired Canadian soldier, Pleasemention our magazine New Ideas in Watches TELL time at night. If you wishyou may have a Burlington Watch fittedwith the radium dial. The darker the night, themore brightly the dial shines. This is only one of thenew features of the Burlington. Too, you may haveyour choice of gold strata cases. The newest triumphsof the master goldsmiths, are illustrated in our newbook of watches. Write for booklet. Learn how you canget the master watch, 21 jewels
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