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    S. C. GNAGEY

    S. C. Gnagey, cashier of the State Bank of West Milton and one of the enterprising and progressive citizens of that community, was born at Accident, Garrett county, Md., a son, of J. E. and Susan (Buechley) Gnagey, his father being a general merchant. Mr. Gnagey attended the public schools of his home community and Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pa., after his graduation from which institution he was engaged in farming for some years. Coming to West Milton in 1905, in 1912 he became identified with the Citizens State Bank, and in 1916 was appointed cashier, a position which he has since retained. He bears an excellent reputation in financial circles, and the institution with which he is connected has benefited materially through his sound and conservative ability. During the World war period Mr. Gnagey was an active worker in behalf of war movements, and served on the committees of the loan drives, the Red Cross and the Young Men's Christian Association. He married Merle Deeter, of Covington, Ohio, and they have one child, Susan Ruth.

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