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News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1994, Frederick, Maryland THE NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1994 A-5 Obituaries the Rev. phmp KUIP Mrs. Alberta Thompson Mrs. Alberta Lyles Thompson, 82, a resident of the Frederick Health Care Center and for- merly of Burck Street, Frederick, died Monday, Aug. 15, at Fred- erick Memorial Hospital. She was preceded in death by two husbands, Melvin R. Lyles and Roland McDonald Thompson. Born May 30, 1912, in Mount Airy, she was a daughter of the late James and Rose Hutchinson Fossett. Mrs. Thompson lived most of her life in Ijamsville and Frederick. She had been employed at Northcool Sewing Factory. Her remaining years were spent as a housewife, a devoted mother and an avid bingo player. She was a member of Ebenezer United Metho- dist Church, Centerville. Surviving are one son, Donald K. Lyles and his wife Annie of Freder- ick; one daughter, Charlotte V. Lyles of Baltimore; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and numerous cousins. Mrs. Thompson is also remem- bered by numerous friends. Mrs. Thompson was preceded in death by a son, Floyd R. Lyles; and a daughter, Rosline M. Wilson. The family will receive friends at p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, until services begin at 1 p.m. at Ebenezer United Methodist Church, Centerville. Mrs. Thompson's pastor, the Rev. Vivian L. Jones, will officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by the Stauffer Funeral Home, Frederick. Mr. John Thomas Jr. Mr. John E. Thomas Jr., 53, of Sterling, Va., formerly of Buckeystown, died Friday, Aug. 12, at his residence. He was the husband of Judith Grimes Thomas, to whom he was married for 29 years. Born Aug. 9, 1941 in Williamsport, Pa., he was a son of John E. and Vivian C. Foye Thomas. Mr. Thomas was a graduate of Williamsport High School and re- ceived a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pa. He received master's degrees from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. He was employed by the Defense Information Systems Agency Center for Engineering in Reston, Va., as deputy director of systems engineering. He was a former member of the Sterling Jaycees. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are three daughters, Julie and Jodie Thomas and Jenny Pye, all of Ster- ling, Va.; and a sister, Pauline Baker of Brookside, Pa. He was preceded in death by his brother, Roy Thomas, on April 12, 1994. Funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, in the chapel of Green's Funeral Home, 721 Elden St., Herndon, Va., with the Rev. Charles Grant, chaplain of the Ster- ling Volunteer Rescue Fire Department, officiating. Interment will be in Sterling Cemetery, West Church Road, Sterling. Funerals_____ Mr. Bruce Stambaugh Funeral services for Mr. Bruce Franklin Stambaugh, formerly of Thurmont, who died Wednesday, Aug. 10, were Monday, Aug. 15, at the Thurmont funeral home of Robert E. Dailey and Son. Dr. James L. Fisher officiated. Bearers were Glenn Nikirk, Donald Spaulding, Wayne Stack- house and Paul Barbot. Interment was in Blue Ridge Cemetery, Thurmont. Mr. James White Graveside services for Mr. James M. White of Burkittsville, who died Thursday, Aug. 11, were Monday, Aug. 15, in Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Frederick. Mr. White was the husband of Cecile Davis White. Arrangements were handled by the John T. Williams Funeral Home, Brunswick. WORK IN PROGRESS Building you a bigger better Sound Source We apologize II you are unable to reach Sound Source or certain codes. We are in Ihe process of upgrading our System If you have any questions or problems call ext. 337. _ The Rev. Philip Masterton Kulp, 64, a former resident of Fairfield, Pa., died Wednesday, Aug. 10, in Nosara, Costa Rica. Born Oct. 29, 1929, Ln Lassq, Nigeria, he was a son of the late H. Stover and Christina Masterton Kulp. The Rev, Kulp earned his master of divinity degree from Gettysburg Theological Seminary and his doc- torate in philosophy from American University in Washington, D.C. He taught criminology, anthro- pology, African history, and sociology at Shippensburg University from 1965 until his retirement hi 1992. He also taught part-time at Freder- ick Community College. From 1968 through 1975 he served on the Waynesboro, Pa., Borough Council and was both president and vice president of the council. He was a former pastor of the Thurmont Church of the Brethren and Ridge Church of the Brethren in Shippensburg, Pa. From 1958 to 1965 he served as principal in the Waka Secondary School in Biu, Nigeria, for the Church of the Brethren Mission. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are three daughters, Chrissy Bene- dict and Tanya Kulp, both of Waynesboro, and Diana Kulp Dale of Dillsburg, Pa.; two stepchildren, Kathey Sokol of Lawrenceville, Ga., and Robert Riner of Middletown; one sister, Naomi K. Keeney of Harrisburg, Pa.; three grand- children; and four stepgrandchildren. The Rev. Kulp is also remembered by two close friends, Vaughn Burke and Reggie Wilson. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Naomi Herr Kulp, in 1960. Graveside services and interment were Thursday, Aug. 11, in Rica. Mrs. Joann Randle Mrs. Joann M. Randle, 55, of Thurmont, died Sunday, Aug. 14, in Mary Washington Hospital, Fredericksburg, Va. She was the wife of Van Craig "Randy" Randle. Born May 30, 1939, in Maryland, she was a daughter of the late Ruben and Hyla Lowery Schwartzbeck. She had worked at Watkins- Johnson Electronic Co. in Gaithersburg, in the blueprint room, for 19 years. She was employed at Sehvyn Farm Apartments hi Fred- erick at the time of her death. Mrs. Randle was of the Baptist faith. Surviving, in addition to her hus- band, are four children, John M. Randle of Winfield, Tina Rhinecker of New Market, Donald Morris of Walkersville and Bonnie Morris of Thurmont; five grandchildren, Travis Morris and Nicole Rhinecker, both of New Market, Hyla Morris of Thurmont, Crystal Leahy of Walkersville and Sean Leahy of Sharpsburg; five sisters, Estelle Repass and Rosalie Bramer, both of Germantown, Winnie Connelly of Frederick, Francis Suddueth of Monrovia and Marlene Butt of Rockvilie; and three brothers, Ruben Schwartzbeck, Nolan Schwartzbeck and Cecil Schwartzbeck, all of Monrovia. Mrs. Randle is also remembered by special family friend Jeffory Wallace of Frederick. Friends may visit from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Barber Funeral Home, 21525 Laytonsville Road (Md. Laytonsville. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at the First Church of God, 1011 Maple Ave., Rockville. Interment will be in Parklawn Cemetery, Rockville. Those desiring to make memorial contributions may contact Selwyn Farm at (301) 694-3796 and ask for Natalie. Mr. Lacy Bailey Mr. Lacy Ellis "Joe" Bailey, 71, of Ridge Road, Frederick, died Monday, Aug. 15, at his home. He was the husband of Virginia Stickley Bailey. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Hazel V. Scott Bailey. Born July 5, 1923, near Bluefield, W.Va., he was a son of the late Grover C. and Ellen M. Bailey. Mr. BaiJey retired Aug. 1, 1988, after 26 years of service with the transit system of Washington, D.C. He served in the U.S. Army in the South Pacific during World War II. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are three children and four grand- children. He was preceded in death by his twin brother, Lawrence Earl Bailey. There will be no calling at the funeral home. Private services and interment will be held at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Bluefield. The Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Frederick, is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations to Hospice of Frederick County Inc., P.O. Box 1799, Frederick, Md. 21705. We've Got Frederick Written All Over Us! Lt. Col. Thomas Beckham Lt. Col. Thomas Mooney Beckham (U.S. Army 73, of Ijamsville, died Sunday, Aug. 14, at Northamp- ton Manor Nursing Home, Freder- ick. He was the husband of Ethel F. Beckham. Born May 19, 1921, in Richmond, Va., he was a son of Helen L. Melton Beckham of Silver Spring, and the late James Floyd Beckham. He served in the U.S. Army, retiring in January 1970, and worked as a public accountant following retirement. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Frederick. Surviving, in addition to his wife and mother, are three children, Brock Beckham of Frederick, Rhonda L. Beckham of Silver Spring and Timothy B. Beckham of Germantown; and one brother, James F. Beckham Jr. of Berkeley Springs, W.Va. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Olin L. Molesworth Funeral Home, 26401 Ridge Road, Damascus. Funeral services will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at the funeral home. The Rev. Donald Harris of Montgomery Hills Baptist Church in Silver Spring will officiate. Inter- ment will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Frederick. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association, 2 Reservoir Circle, Baltimore, Md. 21208, or to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, Almas Temple, 1315 K St., N.W., Washing- ton, D.C. 20005. Mr. Adolph Koski Sr. Mr. Adolph Samuel Koski Sr., 71, of 14720 Toll Road, near New Wind- sor, died suddenly Sunday, Aug. 14, at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Opal Dancy Koski, his wife of 34 years. Born April 3, 1923, in Spencer, N.Y., he was a son of the late Samue'. and Alma D. Tyler Koski. Mr. Koski entered the U.S. Navy and reported for active duty in January 1943, at the Jacksonville Naval Air Base where he trained as an aviation radioman. He flew 39 anti-submarine and convoy coverage missions with VP-208. In June 1944, he was assigned to VP-27, with which he flew 54 combat missions in the Pacific. As a result he was awarded a number of decorations including the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism and the Air Medal for meri- toriou- conduct. After discharge in 1946 he attended the University of Maryland, gradu- ating with honors and receiving a bachelor of science degree in busi- ness and public administration. He was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, a national honor society. He retired from federal service in 1983 as chief of maintenance management for the National Capital Region of GSA in Washington, D.C. Mr. Koski was appointed in 1986 to the Frederick County Board of Education and was serving his second term at the time of his death. He was a life member of the VFW in Edgemere, a member of Virginia Trail Riders Association, president for the past 19 years of the Linganore Trail Riders Association, and a member of the Linganore Grange, Unionville. He was one of the foun- ders of the grange's scholarship fund. He was Democratic chairman for the Linganore Election District, and captain of the horse patrol of Catoctin Park. Mr. Koski was an avid horseman for 25 years and in April finished first in the 50-mile trail ride in Hot Springs, Va. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are five daughters, KLmberly Brown of Churchville, Mary Seymore, Betty McNew and Joyce Braun, all of Abingdon, Va., and Linda Hall of Elkton; three sons, A. Samuel Koski Jr. of Miami, Fla., Alien Koski of Parkville and Horton Kestner of Abingdon; five sisters, Myrtle Car- penter and Anna Mae Beirman, both of Bel Air, Alma Dyson of Westmin- ster, Lylia Lanning of Texas and Donna Thompson of Edgemere; four brothers, Arden Koski and Neil Koski, both of Dundalk, Alex Koski of California, and Andrew Koski of North Dakota; 12 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, at the Libertytown Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler. Funeral services will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the funeral home, with the Rev. Bruce Weaver, pastor of Edgewood Church of the Brethren, officiating. Interment will be in Linganore Cemetery, Unionville. In lieu of flowers memorial con- tributions may be made to the Linganore Grange Scholarship Fund, Richard Black, 14845 Barnes Road, New Windsor, Md. 21776. Mrs. Evelyn Keith Mrs. Evelyn Linthicum Keith, 68, of 810-A Stratford Drive, Frederick, died Sunday, Aug. 14, at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was the wife of Edwin C. "Tommy" Keith. Born Oct. 28, 1925, in Washington, D.C., she was a daughter of the late Charles Hamilton and Sophia Carlisle Linthicum Sr. Mrs. Keith had worked for many years as a food purchaser for the Southern Biscuit Company, Wash- ington, D.C. She was a member of the Pleasant Grove Homemakers Club. Surviving, in addition to her hus- band, are three sons, Thomas C. Keith and his wife Barbara B. of Keymar, Robert L. Keith and his wife Joanne of Frederick and Richard H. Keith of Frederick; three brothers, Fred W. Linthicum of Port Charlotte, Fla., and William 0. Linthicum and Dwight L. Linthicum, both of Frederick; three sisters, Mary L. Beach of Hyattstown, G. Caroline Harrison of Ijamsville and Mary H. Linthicum of Silver Spring; three grandchildren, Bonita L. Keith of Keymar and Todd C. Keith and Charity A. Keith, both of Frederick; one great-granddaughter, Danelle M. Eyler; and many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Keith was preceded in death by one brother, Charles H. Linthicum Jr. There will be no calling or viewing at the funeral home. Memorial ser- vices will begin at 10 a.m. Wednes- day, Aug. 17, in Etchison Memorial Chapel of the Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Frederick. The Rev. Dr. Carroll A. Doggett Jr., a minister of the United Methodist Church, will officiate. Private interment will be at the convenience of the family. Miss Ruby M. Reed Miss Ruby Marie Reed, 48 of North Hampton Manor Inc., Frederick, died Sunday, Aug. 14, at North Hampton Manor. Born in Pectonville, Sept. 26, 1945, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth E. and Amanda L. Mills Reed. She was of the Protestant faith. She is survived by five sisters, Virginia Reed, Shirley Gordon, Betty Burkett, Nancy Younker arid Sharon Knable; one brother, Kenneth L. Reed; and a number of nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one brother, Charles E. Reed. Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to the Clear Spring Rescue Squad, Clear Spring, Md. 21722. Arrangements are by Grove Funeral Home, Hancock. Woodstock mad and muddy Related story on Page By SUSAN C. NICOL News-Post Staff JEFFERSON Home, showers and ice cream. Like many who attended Wood- stock '94, they hadn't bathed in five days. But instead of heading straight home to a hot shower, Peter Heald and three friends stopped at High's for ice cream first. "The whole atmosphere was said Mr. Heald, 24, of Mid- dletown. "I wish I would have been at the first he said. "I was born too late. I loaded up my '66 Bonneville and headed out." "It wasn't peace and love your neighbor like we heard the first one was. But they did get Mr. Heald said, adding that he joined a roll in the mud. The others said they didn't par- ticipate. Walking was tricky, and sloppy enough for them. G.T. Kepllnger, of Bethesda, said he ordered the tickets the day they went on sale. Since he bought four, he got a parking pass. "It wasn't as near as expensive as everybody had told us. Hot dogs were Large Cokes were he said. "But they wouldn't let me bring in my apples. People were bringing in beer by the shopping carts, though." The men parked the car in a lot and took a shuttle to the concert site. "We camped in a woods near the fringe. We stayed pretty dry because of the big he said. The men said it was a friendly atmopshere, and plenty of drugs and beer were available. "I was offered more drugs than I could tell Mr. Heald said, adding that people also waved signs asking for specific drugs. Mr. Keplinger said they pitched a tent, but without stakes. "They weren't allowed because police feared they would be used as he said. Kirk Zigler, 20, of Middletown, described the scene when they left the site early Monday: "They (police and organizers) had glazed looks on their faces. I know they're glad it's he said. Mr. Zigler said he was looking forward to a shower. "I haven't had a shower in five days, but I did brush my teeth he laughed. Scott Keplinger, 26, of Bethesda, said among his favorite groups were Red Hot Chili Peppers and Aerosmith. "Bob Dylan was good, too, even though we had to wait to hear him." The men agreed that they'd go again tomorrow if a third Woodstock was organized. Suspect arrested in priest's abduction ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) An Anne Arundel County woman told police her estranged boyfriend kid- napped, raped and tried to choke her in a 10-hour ordeal during which he admitted he had earlier kidnapped a priest and receptionist, police said today. Derrick Sellman, 25, was charged Monday in both kidnappings, said county police spokesman Sgt. Bob Johnson. He was being held this morning in the Western District station in Odenton on charges of first- degree rape, kidnapping, assault with intent to murder and armed robbery. The woman told police Sellman forced his way into her car in An- napolis about a.m. Monday as she was taking their 18-month-old child to day care. After forcing her to drive to Laurel, Mr. Sellman allegedly had the woman drive to his uncle's home on Fowler's Drive in Annapolis, where he raped and attempted to choke her, Sgt. Johnson said. He stopped when the baby started crying, Sgt. Johnson said. Statf photo by Timothy Jacobsen Area men returning from Woodstock stopped at High's in Jefferson Monday evening for ice cream before heading home. Behind the wheel is Peter Heald; sitting on the car from left are G.T. Keplinger and Kirk Zigler; while Scott Keplinger stands in the background. 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Special thanks goes out to her sisters, Shirley Logue, Beverly Hubble, Nancy Shugars and Nina Esworth who helped provide home care; co- workers and management of the State Farm Seaboard Regional Office for visits and gifts; Nurses and staff on 2A FMH, Regional Cancer Therapy Center and Drs. Rausch and O'Connor Also, Ladies Auxiliary and NMVFRC for their delicious meal after the funeral and the very moving service provided by Rev Sharon N Forbes and Rev L Ross Kirk, Jr May God bless each and everyone of you. Kenneth A. Bartgis and Family EWSFAFERI
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