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News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1986, Frederick, Maryland THE NOVEMBER 1986 A-5 Obituaries Funerals. Mr. Richard L. Shoemaker Mr. Richard L. of 5608 MountviUe died Nov. at his residence. He was the husband of Ada Mae Strine Shoemaker. Born Feb. in Frederick Mr. Shoemaker was a son of the late Claude 6. and Ruth C. Riddlemoser Shoemaker. He was a member of Forest Grove United Methodist the 700 Gideons and was a certified Lay Speaker. He was a former president of Camp Point of and was a member of the National Rifle Association. Prior to his Mr. Shoemaker was employed as secretary of the G.L. Baking Frederick. He was a vet- having served with the U.S. Navy during World War II. Besides his wife he is survived by one Mildred S. Davis of one Richard L. Kelley of and two great- Steven S. Kelley and Christopher S. both of Va. Mr. Shoemaker will be taken to his residence where friends may call Nov. from 5-9 p.m. and Nov. from noon-9 p.m. On Nov. Mr. Shoemaker will be taken to the Forest Grove United Methodist Dickerson and Park Mills where friends may call from 2 p.m. until time of funeral ser- vices at 3 p.m. His the Rev. Larry will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Freder- ick. Stauffer's Golden Rule Funeral 1621 Opossumtown Fred- is in charge of funeral arrange- ments. Mr. Wilbur A. Cooper Mr. Wilbur Allen of 108 Fourth died Oct. at his residence. He was born June in Bruns- a son of the late Herbert and Lillie Orrison Cooper. He was the husband of the late Norm a Morsberger who died in 1982. He was a retired plumber with the Army Corps of Va. He was a member of First United Brunswick. He was a wood known to many in the tri- state area. Surviving are one Jean Mullen of one W. Ellsworth Cooper of three Marian Miller of Helen Cooper and Elsie both of two Austin Cooper of Newton Cooper of four and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Nov. at John T. Williams Funeral with the Rev. William Roen officiating. Interment will be in Park Heights Brunswick. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Frederick. Mr. Leonard L. Fink Mr. Leonard L. of died Nov. at Michael Pa. Bora in he was a son of the late Lorenzo L. and Barbara Getz Fink. Mr. Fink had served in the Merchant Marines during World War He was a social member of Hesson-Snider Post 120 of the American and a member of the Mount Union Lutheran Middleburg. Mr. Fink is survived by one Stanley Fink of four daugh- Pauline Owenby of Barbara Emar of Virginia Barnhouse and Lena both of three Stella May Hottinger and Lena all of 16 and 21 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Nov. from the Skiles Funeral with the Rev. Arthur L. Mentzer officiating. Interment will be in Grace United Church of Christ Taneytown. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. Nov. at the funeral home. Mr. Albert J. Weedon Mr. Albert J. of 9 Sunnyfield died Oct. at Jersey Shore Medical after a lengthy illness. Mr. Weedon was born in Frederick and had been a resident of the shore area for the past 29 years. He was a son of the late Hiram and Lola Mae Weedon. He was veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps during World War where he served as a corporal. He was a super- visor of the commissary at Fort Mon- where he received six commendations. He was a former member of the Sunnyside Methodist Frederick. Surviving in addition to his Lola Jefferson are five Albert J. Weedon Jr. of Asbury David Douglas Weedon and Anthony all of Sgt. Dwayne Weedon of Fort six Gwendolyn Gibson of Long Barbara Reynolds and Joyce both of Asbury Virginia Weedon of Wanda Mitchell of Fort Leslie Weedon at two Edgar Weedon of Hayes Weedon of three Mil- dred Williams of Virginia Holland of Irene Gray of El and 14 grandchildren. Friends may call 6-9 p.m. Nov. at the Edward E. Jackson Funeral 242 Neptune N.J. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Nov. from the funeral home. The Rev. H.P. Davis will officiate. Interment will be in Monmouth Memorial Park. Mrs. Elizabeth W. Manahan Mrs. Elizabeth West of 15460 Norwood Blue Ridge Sum- died Oct. at the Waynesboro Pa. She was the wife of the late Lt. Col. William Theodore who died April Born Feb. in she was a daughter of the late Frank H. and Nelsie R. Patchett West. Mrs. Manahan was a registered nurse in Pennsylvania and and had worked at the Victor Cullen Hospital and at Fort Ritchie for several years. She was a member of the Retired Officers Auxiliary and the American Legion Auxiliary Post where she was past president. She was also a member of the Garden Club of Blue Ridge Airs. Manahan is survived by three Richard R. Manahan of Wichita Ronald C. Manahan of Blue Ridge W. Timothy Manahan of one half Carolyn Shopbach of Harwich five Shawn Sprenkle of Cameron Lynn Manahan of Mont Bill Manahan of Kam Manahan of Wichita Mat- thew Manahan of one Joshua Sprenkle of and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Manahan is at the Thurmont Funeral Home of Robert E. Dailey 615 E. Main where friends may call Nov. until 9 p.m. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. On Nov. Mrs. Manahan will be taken to the Church of the Transfigura- Blue Ridge where she will repose from 1 p.m. until 2 at which time services will with the Rev. Marcella officiating. Interment will be in Germantown Church of God Cemetery Cascade. Memorial donations may be made in Mrs. Manahan's name to either the Church of the P.O. Box Blue Ridge Pa. or to the American Cancer Waynesboro 96 W. Main Pa. 17268. Mrs. Mamie L. Davis Mrs. Mamie L. of 5715 Tobery died Nov. in Frederick. She was the wife of the late John Edmund Davis of Frederick. She was a daughter of the late Columbus and Mary T. Bowie. Mrs. Davis was an active member of St. James AME a member of the trustee a and treasurer of the Missionary Society until her illness. Surviving are five Alice Hill and Charlotte both of Clarice Reid of Philadel- Louise Green of and Doris Mitchell of Chevy two Bernard Davis of John F. Davis of one Grace two Edna Thelma two Lester and Austin 19 27 and five great- great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. Nov. at St. James AME Bartonsville Bartonsville. Funeral services will be held at the at 11 a.m. Wednes- Nov. 5. The Rev. Gaddy will officiate. Interment will be in Fairview Frederick. The family requests in lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may be made in memory of Mrs. Davis to the Church Building Charles 5801 Hilderbrand Md. 21701. Arrangements were made by the Snowden Funeral Rockville. Mr. Roy J. Thompson Mr. Roy James of 12302 Lime Plant Mount died Sunday Nov. at his home. He was the husband of the late Mildred Florence Miller Thompson. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Keeney Basford Funeral 106 E. Church Frederick. Iranian military plane 98 killed Cyprus An Iranian C-130 military plane crashed in the mountains of southeastern Iran near the border with Pakistan and killing all 98 people on the official Iranian news agency reported today. The monitored in said the plane was preparing to land at the Zahedan airport Sunday evening when it slammed into mountains six miles east of the city. The agency said the plane crashed just before landing of techni- cal It did not specify the tech- nical problem. The C-130 was carrying 91 soldiers from the 88th Armored Division and seven crew the news agency said. Iran and its neighbor to the have been at war for six years. But the crash in the country's extreme east did not appear related to the fighting. Personals David and Margaret Picklesimer of Fred- announce the birth of a Kevin born Oct. at Shady Grove Adventist Rockville. Mr. AHee L of will observe his 75th birthday Nov. 4. Mrs. Elizabeth 0. Etzler Mrs. Elizabeth 0. of died Nov. at her home. She was the wife of Richard C. Etzler. Born in she was a daugh- ter of the late Ellis and Lydia Baker Ohler. Mrs. Etzler had been employed as a secretary for 40 years by Cambridge Rubber Taneytown. She was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy. She was a lifelong member of Trinity Lutheran a mem- ber of the Taneytown Republican Women's Club and a member of the Taneytown Senior Citizens. Surviving in addition to her husband are two Tech. Sgt. Gary Etzler of Brian Etzler of Union three and two stepgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Nov. from Trinity Lutheran with the Rev. Arthur L. Mentzer officiating. Interment will be in Trinity Lutheran Taneytown. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. Nov. at the Skiles Funeral and 10 a.m.-11 Nov. at the church. Contributions in Mrs. Etzler's memory may be made to the Organ Trinity Lutheran 38 W. Baltimore Md. 21787. Mr. Milton G. Penn Mr. Milton G. of East Franklin New formerly of Mount died Nov. at his home. He was the husband of Hazel E. Warfield Penn. Born June in Mount Airy he was a son of the late Corwin C. and Mertie L. Gosnell Penn. Mr. Penn farmed near Mount Airy for 45 years until and then was employed for a decade by L.F. Easterday of Mount Airy as a well driller. He had resided hi New Freedom since and was a member of Rose Fire New Freedom. He was also a member of the Mount Olive United Methodist Mount Airy. In addition to his he is survived by a Nancy Mae Moss of two Thomas M.G. Penn of New M. Brooke Penn of Spring seven grand- and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Nov. at Mount Olive United Methodist Gillis Falls Mount Airy. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Viewing will be 7-9 p.m. Nov. at the J.J. Hartenstein Second and Franklin New and 10- 11 a.m. Nov. at the church. Officiating at the services will be his the Rev. Linda L. and the Rev. David L. pastor of Trinity United New Free- dom. Helicopter with six aboard missing in Alaska Alaska A Coast Guard search and rescue helicopter with six people aboard was missing and officials feared it may have slammed into a mountainside and burned on a beach. Coast Guard Petty Officer Mark Farmer said the helicopter may have flown into a mountain Sunday night on Ugak about 50 miles south of Kodiak. He said helicopter the HH-3F from the Kodiak air station had been on its way to the village of Akhiok on the island's southwestern tip to help treat a 21-year- old man with a head injury. The air station lost contact with the and another HH-3F dis- patched to search for it spotted flames on the southeast side of the Farmer said. not sure if it was the helicopter Farmer said. The Coast Guard Cutter Ironwood was dispatched to investigate. A private jet ambulance was dis- patched to help the Akhiok Farmer said. Vaccine necessary for those at flu risk from recent virus A new strain of influenza virus which may be coming our way makes a second flu vaccine important for those at par- ticular risk for severe complications from the according to physi- cians at the New York University Medical Center. under 35 who have an increa- sed risk of developing serious flu com- plications should discuss vaccination with their doctor right said Dr. Martin S. clinical associate professor of medicine at the Medical Center. Such people include those with pulmonary such as cystic fibrosis or severe heart dis- diabetes or other chronic diseases or immune problems. The new strain last circulated in the United States from the 1930s to the 1950s and was associated with severe epi- demic illness. federal health officials believe it may be headed for the U.S. people born after the early 1950s would have little immunity and may be at greater risk of serious flu this explained Finkelstein. Mr. Kenneth C. Marshall Sr. Funeral services for Mr. Kenneth Clyde Marshall Sr. of who died Oct. were held Nov. at the Francis H. Barber Funeral Laytonsville. The Rev. Kenneth Redland Baptist officiated. Bearers were George Paul Ronald James Charles Robert Willis and Wesley Foster. Interment was in the Laytonsville Cemetery. Mr. Marshall was the husband of the late Eliza N. Marshall. Mrs. Emma J. R. Shafer Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Jane Ramsburg of 6722 S. Clifton who died Oct. were held Satur- Nov. at the Frederick Funeral Home of Robert E. Dailey 1201 N. Market St. The Rev. John P. Trinity United Methodist officiated. Bearers were Christopher R. Shafer and Ryan J. both David Russell P. Wiles William D. Berkey Jr. and Robert E. Dailey III. Interment was in Union Burkittsville. Mrs. Shafer was the wife of Archie T. Shafer. Mrs. Mildred L. Brandenburg Funeral services for Mrs. Mildred Louise Brandenburg of who died Oct. were held Nov. at the Woodsboro Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler. The Rev. Robert Easterday officiated. Bearers were John Paul Bill Young and Glen Harris. Interment was made in Mount Hope Woodsboro. Her Roger H. predeceased her in 1971. Mrs. Nannie Bell Fox Funeral services for Mrs. Nannie Bell who died at her 5745 Butterfly on Wednes- Oct. were held Nov. in Etchison Memorial Chapel of the Keeney Basford Funeral 106 E. Church Frederick. The Rev. Harry D. pastor of the Shookstown Assembly of officiated. Naomi Pauline Hernandez and Kimberly Delauter sang In the Arms of and David Delauter Last Mile of the accompanied on the organ by Louise the funeral home assistant organist. Bearers were Melvin Donald P. James William E. Joseph W. and David Delauter. Interment was in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery near Yellow Springs. Prayer opens Bay Bridge birthday SAN FRANCISCO The Bay Bridge's 50th birthday party began with a prayer and the casting of a wreath in memory of the 29 men who died building the 8.5-mile span in the 1930s. More than 300 including 100 who worked on the gathered on Treasure Island for the 15-minute ceremony Sunday. The bridge opened Nov. 1936. was an said Al a retired steelworker from Redding who worked on the bridge and dozens of others. Bay Bridge is the biggest bridge a man could ever work The party isn't over. A parade of autos is set for Nov. 12 and a fireworks display Nov. 15. LOCAL MENTIONS Choice Corn-Fed Beef per pound Edgar C. Virts Phone 834-9203 For Sale Good Top Soil 663-4119 Mrs. Harris Astrology Card Readings. Call 473-4691. Open 7 days a week 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Rt. 40 Frederick. Country Butchering Fresh Pork on Sale Nov. 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Nov. 8 a.m. -12 noon Burkittsville Ruritan Club Maryland Advance orders accepted through Nov. 5 Call 371-7795 or 662-2081. Do You Need Help With Medical Call 662-1166 Need Financial Aid for Customized Data Retrieval Graduate School Athletic College Matching. Scholarship Option Inc. P.O. Box 1028 College Estates Station MD 21701 Apples Cider Potatoes Pumpkins Open Weekends Only Pryors Orchard 271-2693 Country Butchering Nov. 14 15. Sponsored Middletown Vol. Fire Dept. Advanced call 371-6545 Adoption We are loving couple who want to adopt a baby. We can't have children of our own. We can help with your expenses. Please call us col- 301-652-5769 or write Andrew Sara P.O. Box Chevy MD 20815. Let's help each other. Videograms Send a loved one a holiday message on videotape. tape included. VIDEO 694-7354. Apples Red Yellow Delicious Cortland Stayman Pears Blue Grapes Market Open Daily 9 to 5 Catoctin Mt. Orchards 4 mi. N. Thurmont on Rt. 15 271-2737 Middletown Valley Glass Art Beveled Windows. Classes. 371-9413 Tree Work trees shrubs pruned. Trees or removed. Call Bill Brittain 293-2114. Meet area place an ad in Diversions Magazine. For a free copy or more information call CONFIDENTIALLY 662-1871. Social Security Also Injuries Call JENKINS PA Former Social Security Staff Attys. Free Consultation. No Recovery. No Fee. 1-739-7400. Benoit Construction Int. Cabinets Counter Rec Sundecks 695-3090 293-1829 MHIGC 17601 LOCAL MENTIONS All You Can Eat Oyster Turkey Dinner Myersville Fire Hall Nov. 11 am until Adults Under Twelve Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Bonded Asphalt Paving 694-5430 MHIC Commuters Delegate Tom who served on the transportation fought AGAINST taking money from the Transportation Trust Fund to bail out the S L's. Continue this leadership. Vote to re-elect TOM HATTERY. District 4-A. Auth. Bud Treas. Bi-Monthly meeting and nomination of officers Junior Fire Co. No. 2 Nov. 8 p.m. Authority J. F. Sec. Too Personnel Care Companion Services for individuals at home. Quality Service by bonded insured employees. Ph. 694-0050 Gamma Med. The Wheelchair Doctor WE MAKE HOUSE Repair or Replacement of Parts at your Convenience at your Reasonable Convenient Call 695-3540. Nexus Perms On Sale Reg. NOW for the month of November. 663-0500 ext. 102 Mr. Bill's Hair Care 1-70 Motor Inn Smith Processing Beefs Deers Home Cured Meat 829-2351 Manufacturers or trucking companies Damon L. Barnhart inventor of a unique electronic or pneumatic security lock device rear end of highway trucks seeksmarketing interest. In- terested parties will be re- warded for assistance in marketing contract. Mr. Omar T. 1- 301-733-7970. Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. Merle E. Lyles 9515 Fingerboard Rd. MD 21754 Ride Wanted From Downtown Frederick to the vacanity of 17th 10 in D.C. Hours flexible. 695-9649 Fresh Sweet Cider Apples Apple Butter and more. Wholesale Retail. Call 662-3261. McCutcheon Apple Inc. 13 S. Wisner Frederick. Rain Gutters Cleaned repaired. W. C. Korzendorfer Roofing Siding Pt. of Md. 874-2807. MHIC. For Hardwood Floors For the very best in Professional refinishing repairs. Sales and installation of parquet or prefinished quality wood floors. .STULL'S CUSTOM FLOORS MICH 15185 898-5655 Free Est. Petals and Bows 662-4898 for Quality silk floral arrange- ments. Free gift with your wedding order. LOCAL MENTIONS Karate Classes Now forming for youth and adults at New Market. Liberty Walkersville Rock Creek schools. 663-5131. 874-2141 Sappington COUNTRY HAM Sugar-cured 473-4472 Whipp's Light Hauling trash clean- mowing. 834-7628 We Have Moved Bush Opticians Suite 102 Woodsboro Medical Center 898-7055 Carpentry Reaiod. Repairs Painting Plate Rail Minnick Construction Co MHIC 3743 Paul 662-6413 Grieving Because Someone You Loved Hospice 694-6444 Worried About Today's Big Hospital and Medicare Now there's FLEXIBLE protection you can tailor to your needs and Because of soaring medical you should find out about health insurance protection from one of America's leading health insurers. You can and the level of protection you and Over Age Talk to me Call 662-4238 7-9 after 5 PM H. L. Moss Banker's Life and Casualty Co. Landscape Design Residential Diana Godwin 293-1819 Reupholstery Ronald Carol Putman 662-1459 Baby Quilts Plus Custom designed. Applique a specialty. 845-6098. 7th Annual Open House on Antique Walk East West Patrick Sts. MD Oct. 25 26 Music Nexxus Plain Fancy Beauty 371-6464. Red Yellow Stayman York Flanagan Orchard 271-2775 Broccoli Cauliflower KALE From The Call 898-7131 for picking info. Rt. 194 N. to New just pass turn right on Baker field on left Glade-Link Farms Chain Link Fence Split Stockade Farm Fence. MHIC 271-2365 Couple seeks to adopt a baby to share our fun loving relationship. Details to be handled by reputable attor- ney. Let's help each other. 1- 345-7544 aft. 4 p.m. Country Butchering Mt. Pleasant Ruritan Club Nov. 15 1986 To call... Pat 898-9159 Betty 898-9361 A W Contractors Interior Exterior Painting. Reas. bonded insured. Free estimates. Residendtial commercial work. 473-4743 MHIC LOCAL MENTIONS B W Disposal Serv. Septic Tanks Cleaned Phone 473-8294 We Buy Sell Gold Silver Gold Rings of any type Silver Dollars Silver Coins Cole's Pawn Brokers 242 N. Market Fred. 662-1203 Henry's Blacktop Paving Free estimates 663-1888 HIC 3608 Home Services Avail. 24 hrs. a day 7 days a wk. meal window yard work and HomeCall Helping to make home the place to be. 663-1838 Wanted to buy Antique Pocket Gold Diamonds. Colonial Jewelry 9 W. Patrick St. Downtown MD McLaln's Construction Custom MHIC Free estimates. 898-5526 Rental Repairs Remington ROGER'S OFFICE SUPPLY INC. 110 N. Market Frederick 663-4311 World Book Encyclopedia How Why Ken Mercer 898-7805 Home Health private duty physical and occupational nutrition consulta- social home health aides. a licensed home health 663- 1838 Seamless 40 yr. Guttering Vinyl Roofing Associated Contracting Co. MHIC 662-7400 We Will Pay Top Prices For Silver Gold Coins Call Bob at 845-6759 or Hank at 663-5808 D R Upholstery Free pickup delivery. Phone 473-4530. Charles' Contracting HOME IMP. CONTRACTOR Garages-Carports-Additions Family Rooms-Farm Repairs All types Concrete-Driveways Sidewalks-Patios-Steps Block work-Roofing-Gutters Ext. Painting-Roof Painting Pole etc. Satisfaction guaranteed MHIC 11474 662-7372 We accept Visa Middletown Draperies 413 W. Main Street MD 21769 Custom window wall coverings. Free estimates. 473-4970. Grain-Fed Beef for Sale or quarter. and frozen to your specifications. NORMAN Four Points Bridge MD 447-2255. Open 7 to 7 to 12 noon Sat. Frederick County Paving Asphalt Paving. Free Esti- 447-6617. MHIC Tractor Truck Auto RADIATORS Cleaned repaired recored Large inventory in stock Ramsburg Radiator Weld. Est. 1946 Phone 662-2312
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