GIRLS RODE IN BOXCAR
TEACHERS ENROUTE TO SCHOOL ENJOY NOVEL EXPERIENCE — TRIP IN SIDE DOOR PULLMAN
Woodworth, N.D., Sept 16.—Some fifteen charming school marms were passengers on the west bound train which was wrecked four miles west of town inst Saturday afternoon. They, perhaps for the first time had the novel experience of traveling as the hobo does, via the side door pullman. As soon as the trainmen found it would take some time to get the wreck cleared up, they got busy and cleaned out a couple of empty box cars and the school marms and other passengers were loaded in the cars and taken to Pettibone, and where there, transferred again into the wood burner and taken through to Williston. Most of the teachers were from Iowa and Illinois and were en route to towns along the line to begin teaching.
Williston Graphic, 9/18/1913