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 - . · . ' ; Sen- Utilities MISS MOLLIE STEWART...
. · . ' ; Sen- Utilities MISS MOLLIE STEWART NAMED POSTMISTRESS A. Nation's Oldest-Serving- Post- master Was First Appoint- ed by President Hayes Washington, March 8. (IP)--Miss Mollie Stewart of Oxford, Md., the nation's longest-serving postmaster, was nominated for another term today. Miss Mollie's name was Included In a list of ten Maryland postmaster nominations sent to the senate bj President Roosevelt. Appointed In 1877 by President Hayes, Miss Mollie, now 82, has served continuously for 62 years longer than any other postmaster In the country. Other Maryland postmaster nom- inations were: Boonsboro, John W. U McAvoy Clear Spring, John L. Downs; Gar risen, Charles P. Anger; New Wind sor, William D. Lovell, Jr.; Ocean City, L«vln D. Lynch; Pasadena Clarence H. Chute; Pittsville, Mau rice T. Truitt; Smithsburg, Edward L. Bochtell; Taneytown, John O Crapster. his ic n

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 08 Mar 1940, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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