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DANIEL F. MALONE

Daniel F. Malone has been a resident of this city for the past 18 months and is known for his charitable deeds. He is the Chairman of Civilian Relief of the Red Cross Society, a unit of the local chapter which looks after the dependents of soldiers, while they are in the trenches fighting for Democracy. Mr. Malone comes from a distinguished Shenandoah family that has been prominently identified for some time with the business life of that section and Mt. Carmel where he has real estate, financial and brewery interests in addition to his local connection with the South Bethlehem Brewing Company as Vice President. He is a University of Pennsylvania product and is held in high esteem by all who know him. He is a director of breweries located at Shenandoah and Mt. Carmel and is interested in a number of farms in that section. He was an active worker in the consolidation and war campaigns here and is a popular member of the Elks, Eagles, Northampton Country Club and Fountain Springs Country Club. He takes a prominent part in the Civic and industrial life of the growing community.

 


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Charles Thomas O'Neal

CHARLES THOMAS O’NEAL

Assistant to the Vice-president of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, was born at Brandywine Springs, Delaware. He entered the railroad service May 1890, in the trainmasters office at the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad and since has been secretary to the General Agent of the California Fruit Express, at Chicago, Ill.; secretary to General Superintendent of the Lehigh Valley Rail­road; clerk, accountant and chief clerk in the General Managers office of the Lehigh Valley Railroad; trainmaster of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey and Lehigh Divisions and superintendent of the New York and Buffalo divisions of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Recently he was made assistant to the Vice­president of the company. Mr. O'Neal’s splendid career as a railroad man speaks for itself. He has a strong personality and has a wide circle of friends. In assisting in the guidance of the Valley this railroad has become one of highest efficiency. He married Ursula Virginia Minnick, and they reside at No. 120 South High Street, Bethlehem.

 

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