25 Years Ago* Nine candidates applied for the forthcoming...

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February 27, 1994|By Compiled from the archives of the Historical Society of Carroll County.

25 Years Ago

* Nine candidates applied for the forthcoming school board vacancy by the Feb. 18 deadline, the county School Board Nominating Federation announced last week. The federation said that adequate vocational facilities and kindergartens for 5-year-olds were high on the list of education priorities expressed by the nine candidates. -- Democratic Advocate, Feb. 3, 1969.

50 Years Ago

* In a fitting Valentine assembly held in the high school auditorium, Christine Royer was crowned Queen of Hearts of Westminster High School by E. C. Seitz, principal. -- Democratic Advocate, Feb. 25, 1944.

75 Years Ago

* Wm. H. B. Anders sent a box of German war souvenirs that contained a leather cartridge case with the various cartridges used in rifles and revolvers, including the dreaded "dumdum" bullets, a buckle with the inscription "Gott mit uns," shoulder straps and belts. -- Union Bridge Pilot, Feb. 21, 1919.

100 Years Ago

* The snow fall of four inches last week was pretty well softened under the power of the noonday sun, but the cold wave coming by evening made the sleighing all that could be desired for several days, and our people were not slow to improve the golden opportunity. On Thursday evening, a large company in sleds and sleighs went to the hospitable home of William Brown, near Arcadia, Baltimore County, where they received a warm welcome, such as Mr. Brown and his most estimable lady know how to give, and an evening of enjoyment with the family and a number of their neighbors soon passed, with fine music, recitations and interesting social games. -- American Sentinel, Feb. 24, 1894.

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