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This Day in Norwood History-December 29, 1955-Sansone Drivers Cited For Safe Driving Record

SAFE DRIVERS—For driving the Norwood school buses for over 15 years without an accident, this group of drivers from Sansone Motors, Inc. were given safe driving pins. Seated, left to right: Warren Milliken, Leo Sansone, William Travers, Joseph Sansone, Donald Chandler, William Wragg and George Harris. Rear row, left to right: Walter Clark, William Ryan, Edson Scholl, Joseph Simonelli, Anthony DeMaxo, Harvey Clark and George Brown. At left is Anthony Sansone handing out the award pins. (McLean Photo)

For compiling ait excellent no-accident record for 15 years of safe driving, a group of bus drivers of Sansone Motors Inc, who have the school bus contract for Norwood and several other communities were given safe driving pins and engraved citations 3l the annual Christmas party of the Sansone Motors Inc. employees held at the Foxboro House last Friday night.

Genial Tony Sansone, owner of Sansone Motors Inc., was the host to his entire staff and presented the pins and citations to the safe driving recipients. The drivers’ wives were invited guests for the annual Christmas party at which a roast beef dinner was served.

The pins were awarded the drivers by the Maryland Casualty Company which carries the insurance on all vehicles of Sansone Motors Inc. There were 55 persons at the party at which the Doug Floyd Trio entertained with incidental music during the supper and for the dancing that followed.

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