25 Years Ago* Dr. John S. Harshey, Westminster, was...

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December 13, 1992|By Compiled from the archives of the Historical Society of Carroll County.

25 Years Ago

* Dr. John S. Harshey, Westminster, was elected president of the newly formed Carroll County Heart Association. Dr. Harshey, chief of medicine at the Carroll County General Hospital, was elected head of the association at an organizational meeting held Wednesday afternoon in the office of George N. Mitchell, 17 Court St. Democratic Advocate, Nov. 23, 1967.

50 Years Ago

* Cadet Marion Eugene Gore has reported to the Army Air Forces Pre-Flight School for Pilots at Maxwell Field, Alabama, from the Classification Center at Nashville, Tenn., to begin the second phase of training to become a pilot in the nation's expanding air forces. Cadet Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion B. Gore, of near Gamber, is a graduate of Westminster and attended Western Maryland College and Strayers Business College. He had served in the U.S. Army when he was appointed an aviation cadet in the Army Air Forces. He completed courses at the Air Forces Technical School, Keesler Field, and at Glenn L. Martin Service School, Baltimore. Democratic Advocate, Nov. 20, 1942.

75 Years Ago

* The Agricultural Fair or Community Exhibit held at the Union Bridge High School under the auspices of the Agricultural and Domestic Science departments of the school was well attended and proved quite a success. This is the first exhibit of this nature ever held in Union Bridge. The school, as well as the community, feels gratified over their efforts. The judges declared that the fair compared favorably with any that they judged this season. The object of the exhibit is to encourage the pupils and people of the community to raise better products and take more care in their canning and preserving. Interesting features of the fair were the booth by the Union Bridge Grange and the display of the work by the grammar grades. Union Bridge Pilot, Nov. 23, 1917.

100 Years Ago

* Melrose -- Before the election, Messrs. Andrew Eisenhuth and George P. Wentz, the former a Democrat and the latter a Republican, made an agreement that the one of them whose candidate should be defeated would wheel the other through Melrose on a wheelbarrow. On Saturday, the wager was carried out, but it almost tired out the Republican to manipulate the wheelbarrow with a jubilant, harrahing Democrat on it. The novel vehicle was brought back with a Republican boy on it and two enthusiastic, cheering Democratic boys furnishing the motive power. American Sentinel, Nov. 19, 1892.

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