25 Years Ago: Hiltgunt Zassenhaus Brings Inspiring...

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June 11, 2000

25 Years Ago: Hiltgunt Zassenhaus Brings Inspiring Message to 360 South Carroll Graduates -- "Only what you give, you will have." This was a summary statement Dr. H. Margaret Zassenhaus left with 360 graduates on Friday, June 6th, at South Carroll High School's eighth commencement exercises.

Coming at the end of a brief but highly inspiring message, this summary statement reflected upon the previous comments she had made.

She spoke of peace a highly relevant topic on "D Day" to a German national who personally fought the Gestapo. She spoke of indifference as our greatest roadblock to the attainment of peace. She spoke of love and concern for human welfare. She spoke from the heart.

The Community Reporter June 13, 1975

50 Years Ago: Taylorsville Memorial Day Show Successful -- Fifty-eight Entries in Horse Show, Prizes Awarded, Crowd of 1500 Enjoy Days. The Horse Play Show held by The Taylorsville Hunt Club at the Frank J. Barnes farm on Memorial Day proved to be very successful. An estimated crowd of 1500 spectators viewed the proceedings with enthusiasm.

The event began with a colorful parade of sixty-eight horses and riders accompanied by the Alesia Band. The president of the club, Frank J. Barnes, Vice-President G. Everett Wagner bearing the American Flag and Sam Myers, bearing the flag of Maryland led the parade across the field and into the show ring which they circled and then lined up across it and stood at attention while the band played "The Star Spangled Banner."

A brightly decorated jeep carrying a placard with "Taylorsville Hunt Club" printed on it and a group of western style horsemen proudly displaying their clubs banner also appeared in the parade lineup.

Democratic Advocate June 9, 1950

75 Years Ago: Escapes from Officer - Officer Hamilton of the Maryland State Police and town officer Seipp were on the job Saturday and Sunday morning at 2 a.m. when he apprehended Joshua Gist, near this city, accompanied by a young woman by the name of Hughes, who was operating a car without license.

These parties were brought before Police Justice Hutchins at 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning. The operator was found guilty of operating without license and fined $10 and costs.

The owner of the car, Joshua Gist was charged with permitting his car to be operated by a driver without operators license and fined $10 and costs.

Miss Hughes was committed to jail for the authorities at Montrose School for Girls, as she was away from that institution on parole.

The deputy sheriff in conformity with his duties made ready to take Miss Hughes back to the institution Sunday morning and stopped at her home at her request for her clothing at which time Miss Hughes escaped and has not been heard of since.

Democratic Advocate June 12, 1925

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