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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - August 17, 1994, Frederick, Maryland
The Frederick August 1994 a-5 obituaries i or. Adolph Koski or. Or. Adolph Samuel Koski of 14720 toll near new wind died suddenly aug. Carroll county general Westminster. He was the husband of Opal Dancy his wife of 34 Velar. April in he was a son of the late Samuel and Alma d. Tyler Koski. Koski entered the . Navy reported for Active duty in january 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 he was assigned to with which he flew 54 combat missions in the Pacific. As a result he was awarded a number of including the distinguished flying Cross for heroism and the air medal for meritorious conduct. After discharge in he attended the University of graduating with honors and receive Bachelor of science degree in business and Public administration. Blejwas elected to Phi Kappa a National Honor society. He retired from Federal service in 1983 As chief ols maintenance management for the National capital Region of Gas in . Or. Koski was appointed in 1986 to Fiek Frederick county Board of and was serving his second term at the time of his death. Was a life member of the vow t y funerals or. Roger Mills funeral services for or. Roger of 2507 new design who died aug. Were aug. In Etchison memorial Chapel of the Keeney and Basford funeral Frederick. If Mills the Rev. Doug Travila Baptist officiated. Attending the services were members of the Carroll Manor Grange and the Carroll Manor Volunteer fire company. Bearers were l. Eugene Gsg l. Gene John Elwood l. Mills and George e. Miles. Interment was in the presbyterian Daft Eston. Mills was the husband of Evelyn Simms Mills. Mrs. Ida Boyd finneral services for mrs. Ida Virginia billow formerly of 5024 old National acc More recently a resident of the Frederick health care Center for the three who died aug. At the nursing were aug. In Etchison me Norial Chapel of the Keeney and Basford Frederick. Tie Rev. Gaye s. Associate pastor of Calvary United methodist officiated. Bearers were Robert w. Keith l. Donald l. Plunkard and Ralph w. Geiger. Interment was in mount Olivet Frederick. Mrs. Boyd was the wife of the late Herbert Clayton Boyd. My. Edward Patricelli funeral services for or. Edward Frank of 130 w. Hammaker who died aug. Were aug. At the Thurmont funeral Home of Robert e. Dailey and son. Or. James Fisher officiated. Bearers were Todd Greg Joe Francis Rojy Clabaugh and Harold Willard. Interment was in Blue Ridge Thurmont. Or. Patricelli was the husband of Mary c. Willhide Patricelli. Or. Troy Wrightjr. Funeral services for or. Troy Wrightjr. Of who died aug. Were aug. At the first Baptist Church of Green Valley in Monrovia. Pastor Mike Yoho officiated. Ruby Barklow Sang Jesus Joyce Dove was the organist. Bearers were Lloyd Kevin John Vernon Dale Grimes and Donald Prichard. Interment was in True gospel Lisbon. Or. Wright was the husband of Nora Mae Wright. Arrangements were handled by the Olin l. Molesworth funeral Damascus. Work in Progress building you a bigger belter sound source we d y0u Are to Abr 10 reach sound source certain we jct m process of App our by town. If you Jive any or problem Call 337 0 in a member of Virginia Trail riders president for the past 19 years of the Ling Anore Trail riders and a member of the Ling Anore Unionville. He was one of the foun Ders of the Grange s scholarship fund. He was democratic chairman for the Ling Anore election and Captain of the horse patrol of Cato tin Park. Or. Koski was an avid horseman for 25 years and in april finished first in the 50-mile Trail ride in hot a. In addition to his Are five Kimberly Brown of Mary Betty Mcnew and Joyce All of and Linda Hall of three a. Samuel Koski or. Of Alan Koski of and Horton Kestner of five Myrtle car Penter and Anna Mae both of Bel Alma Dyson of West min Lylia Lanning of and Donna Thompson of four Arden Koski and Neil both of Alex Koski of and Andrew Koski of North 12 and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will begin at 10 . Aug. At the Libertytown funeral Home of . With the Rev. Bruce pastor of Edgewood Church of the officiating. Inter ment will be in Ling Anore Unionville. In lieu of memorial contributions May be made to the Ling Anore Grange scholarship Richard 14845 Barnes new my. 21776. Mrs. Carolyn Stancioff mrs. Carolyn Marion Mitchell a resident of Urbana for Many died july near after a Brief illness. Born in Sao she was a daughter of James an Engineer and founder of the Alabama Power co. Her Mother was Caroline Marie Stevenson of Baltimore. As a Young woman she resided in where she was a founding member of the British society of Wood engravers in 1920. Some of her work can be found at Victoria and and British museums. Her main area of study for 60 years was research in graphic symbols. Her findings have been accepted by the Warburg Institute in London. Mrs. Stancioff also Contri buted numerous articles to a variety of Catholic publications Over the years. From mrs. Stancioff moved to with her the bulgarian Diplomat Ivan Stancioff. In they settled in Urbana. Or. Stancioff died there in 1972. Surviving Are seven Dimitri Stancioff of Camden. Anne Muheim of Cheval Ivan Stancioff of Feodora de Rosenzweig Diaz of Mexico Peter Stancioff of washing Nadejda Stancioff of and Andrew Stancioff of Frederick and 18 grand and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral services will begin at 11 . Aug. At st. Ignatius roman Catholic Urbana. In lieu of donations May be sent to Catholic a shelter for the 36 e. First new . Or to st. Ignatius Loyola my. Mrs. Barbara Blosjo mrs. Barbara Ann Wilson of 7052 Catalpa died aug. At Frederick memorial Hospital. She was the wife of Roland v. A retired lieutenant colonel in the . To whom she was married for 53 23 of them while he was in the service. Born nov. In she was a daughter of the late Walter c. And Anna Katherin Lebhart Wilson. During her husband s career in the military and while in mrs. Blosjo worked As a Legal Secretary and had extensive involvement in the implementation of the Marshall plan after world War h. In addition to her Hus Are one son. Warren David Blasjo and his wife or. Janet l. Ross of and two Nikole h. Blosjo and Warren d. Blosjo both of Frederick. Mrs. Blosjo was preceded in death by a Roland Vincent Blosjo or. There will be no visitation at the funeral Home. Private interment will be in Arlington National a. In lieu of memorial contributions May be made to the Fred Erick Union Rescue . Box my. 21705. Arrangements were made by the stauffer funeral 1621 opossum own Frederick. Or. Grover Poole or Grover n. Of formerly of Cedar died aug. At the Monroe regional medical Fla. He was the husband of Mildred l. Poole born on . In he was the son of the late Filmore and Maude v. Oden Poole. He was a retired Carpenter. In addition to his Are one Patricia Smith and her husband Walt of one Thomas Poole and his wife Mary Jean of two grand Jeff Moore and his wife Amy of and Duane Poole and his wife Robin of and one great Nikki Poole. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . On aug. At the Olin l. Molesworth funeral 26401 Ridge Damascus. Services will be held at the Greenridge Baptist 21925 Frederick on aug. At 11 . The Rev. Tim Simpson will officiate. Interment will be in mount Lebanon near Damascus. Memorial contributions May be made to the Greenridge Baptist Church building fund. Or. Ralph Hamaker or. Ralph m. Of 7015 Arbor died tues aug. At his Home. He was the husband of Louise Jones Hamaker. Born aug. In he was a son of the late Jacob and Lillian Rugh Hamaker. Or. Hamaker was a 1929 graduate of Vii in a. Where he received his Bachelor of science degree in agriculture. He owned and operated metro landscaping in and Hyattsville until his retirement. In addition to his is one Ralph Hamaker of . Or. Hamaker was preceded in death by a Martha Hynning of a. Services and interment will be held at the convenience of the family. The Donald b. Thompson funeral 31 e. Main is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of memorial contributions May be made to the american heart 1011 e. Patrick my. 21701. Or. Carlton Eppley or. Carlton Schaeffer of 839 Pine died aug. At the veterans affairs medical . He was the husband of Anna Mary Renn Eppley. Born . In he was a son of the late Samuel h. And Anna Mary Schaeffer Eppley. He was the last surviving member of his immediate or. A number of years had been employed by the Chestnut farms Dairy of Frederick and the m. J. Grove Lime Plant. He was a Veteran of world War having served with the . Army air and was a member of Francis Scott key Post 11 american legion. In addition to his Are two Daniel l. Eppley of and Donald Eppley of four and two nieces. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 . Aug. At the Keeney and Basford funeral 106 e. Church Frederick. Funeral services will be aug. At 2 in Etchison memorial Chapel of the funeral Home. Chaplain Steve Jenks of the veterans affairs medical Center will officiate. Entombment will be in res Haven memorial Frederick. The family suggests those desiring make memorial contributions to a favorite Charity. Or. Leslie Garlington or. Leslie e. Of Bent Willow died aug. At his Home. He was born on May in . He was a Veteran of world War serving in the . Navy. He was a decorated disabled vet and was a member of disabled american veterans. He had a lifetime career in Law enforcement in Kansas Kan. And Mongtomery county. He is survived by his wife Ethel six Gloria Jean Fox and her husband Donald of Carolyn Embrey and her husband Edward of Loretta Muranaka and her husband Pete of Gaithers Leslie e. Garlington or. And his wife Kathleen of Frank Fetter and his wife Rose of and James e. With the . Navy in six and five great grandchildren. A memorial service was held aug. With the Rev. George Taylor of the Poolesville presbyterian Church officiating. Miss Ruby Reed miss Ruby Marie of North Hampton Manor Fred died aug. At North Hampton Manor. Born in Pecton Ville on sept. 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 Virginia Shirley Betty Nancy Younker and Sharon one Kenneth l. And a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one Charles e. Reed. Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions May be made to the Clear Spring Rescue Clear my. 21722. Arrangements were made by Grove funeral Hancock. Principals from Page has 12 portable classrooms surrounding his school. Although class sizes can remain at a decent there Aren t enough lock cafeteria tables or he said. And Hillcrest elementary school principal Carol who attempts to memorize the names of More than students at her school each said she has to stagger lunch schedules five min utes apart for close to two hours each Day to feed All the children. All of them struggle with Over crowded parking lots and worry about trying to evacuate Stu dents in an emergency through Hall ways built to handle 600. Diminishes what we re try ing to do in said David associate superintendent for instruction and administration. Bigger is never bet ter. It s reaching a critical Point. Unless we can Start building schools to accommodate this situation is Only going to get the which is made up of top level parents and Busi Ness asked for solutions to the problems described by tuesday night s panellists. But Noth ing tangible was presented. School officials Are doubtful that the finances will be available to build at least one new school in Frederick county every year. Even if the Money was there to do the school system would Only stay even with the influx of new Resi dents. The committee is seriously studying year round school sched Ules. One of Many versions could be implemented to reduce overcrowd ing in but nothing definite has been proposed. Although there Are Many for Mats of year round some students attend class during the summer months and get time off in the fall or Winter. By rotating groups of students through Stag gered the school system could make better use of its Avail Able space. Students would still attend school 180 Days. The committee is scheduled to present a report to school superintendent Daniel Gadra by March. Campaign from Page on the Republican Side. Rep. Helen Bentley led in fund raising and also has the most Money to spend Between now and the primary she reported raising and had a Cash balance of minus Loans and unpaid Bills of state Delegate Ellen Sauerbrey reported in the Bank with an outstanding loan of mrs. Who has trailed far behind mrs. Bentley in inde pendent has enough Money do another substantial Media buy or said Tom a Campaign spokesman. Certainly count on being out there in the paid Media and getting Ellen out in the he said. The Only candidate whose Campaign was in the red was Republican Bill who had Only in the Bank and debts of Democrat Mary Boergers had a Cash balance of and Democrat american Joe Miedusiewski had just in the Bank. Jim or. Miedus Kiew ski s Campaign said the Campaign will take up for Lack of Money by being creative As we be been All or. Brochin has used humorous radio advertisements and tactics such As a walk across Montgomery county to attract attention to his Low budget Campaign. He moved from fourth to second in the most recent Independent statewide poll of democratic voters. Or. Glendening s report Money flowing in from All parts of the although the bulk of the funds seemed to come from the Washington area. Or. Seldin said he has received More than contributions contributions of or less made up 62 percent of the while 6 percent of contributions were from political actions committees. In both the percentages refer to total number of contributions and not to the percentage of Money that came from pics Small contributors. When or. Glendening picked Kathleen Kennedy Townsend As his lieutenant governor running supporters and critics of the Choice agreed she should be Able to help with fund raising. A new created after she joined the ticket reported raising an indication that the daughter of Robert Kennedy and Niece of John f. Kennedy does have some clout when it comes to attracting contributions. Candidates for state offices have one More report to file before the election. It is due sept. 2. Development dear Abby every Friday from Page seven people who identified themselves As residents of sur rounding developments testified against the Sophia application. Most cited crowded schools and roads in the area As reasons to deny the application now. Joanne a resident of Frederick said crowding at Frederick High which is 8 percent above enrolment Capaci is creating a mess. Selling for a Quarter mile of the education of our she referring to the Developer s pledge to construct an Extension of English muffin Way to provide Access to the proposed pud. Mrs. Day also said commission ers should not interpret the Lack of turnout at tuesday s hearing for a Lack of interest. Hundreds of people have signed petitions asking the county to slow these people believe they have made known their wishes. In the Frederick county planning commission voted 5-2 to approve the Sophia pud. The proposal the planners approved in june was substantially different from the original plan submitted in March. The acreage was reduced from 190 to 169 and the number of dwellings was reduced from 870 to. 825. The Developer also agreed to a list of 10 including a 6 year phasing schedule. Phasing refers to limiting the number of dwellings recorded and built in a. Given year. Attorney Rand represented Sophia Developer Larry Macks at tuesday s said opposition to the project has not been on the basis of the proposal but on its timing. Or. Weinberg said the county s adequate Public facilities ordinance will assure that roads and schools will support development. If they he the Ordi Nance Calls for the county commission to step in to further allowing facilities to catch up. Local mentions Home movies to video Quick High Quality Stonewall video 695-7181 control vacation Lawn Maint Ganley mowing 473-5096 Staley s septic service 898-9990 cel. Phone 606-woo professional tree service 25 years experience. Lie ins Boss tree experts 834-7925 mulch for Sale Sweet Corn Silver Queen Golden Queen tomatoes cantaloupes beets you pick or we pick Green Lima Beans Sweet Corn Charlie Harbaugh 301-241-3032 a collectable toy store Sells trades old toys trains i tin Etc. The toy Exchange 11265 Triangle in my 20902 800-833-2090 or 301-929-0690 Green Beans you pick Page s gardens 874-2797 Winwood no sept 18-22 up dbl kinds 7 eve Cape May Atlantic whale watch natural a sept 24-25 up dbl incl Lexington of holy land Jefferson s summer Retreat 2 meals i oct 13-16 up dbl mansion Harbor dinner show 6 meals More rimmed resp Clara 271-7226 basement bazzar st Mark lutheran sat aug s-3 5732 Doubs off Basinger Creek Pike infants to infant Many Misc he hems. Much to see local mentions fools filled sparkling water 24 7 Days Darling daughters 473-5463 Loring peaches pears Silver Queen Sweet Corn Bartlett sugar pears Sweet plums nectarines summer rambo apples tomatoes Green Beans cantaloupes other veggies Honey nuts Pryor Orchard it 77 w at i to Pryor m Call first 271-2693 Loring peaches Sweet Corn 100 s Canning by Avail Home grown cantaloupes Honey Dews watermelons seedless watermelons nectarines red potatoes Tydeman rambo apples sugar pears Scenic View Orchards 5 i n. Of Thurmont on 550 open daily 271-2149 Page s Garden Sweet Corn by dozen or per Hundred 874-2797 or 874-2275 Tri county inc. We haul Gal loads. 838-3030 Canning tomatoes Bushel 7706 Kemp 473-7805 yellow Freestone peaches Sweet plums Bartlett pears rambo Paula red apples cantaloupes blackberries nectarines Damson plums Green Beans kale Market open 9-6 Ca Toctan 1 i n of Thurmont on us 15 271-2737 Silver Queen Sweet Corn per dozen you pick Call 371-7489 or if no answer red raspberries a Pic 194 n to new Field on left just past school for info 893-7131 Glade link farms local mentions summer rambo apples Flanagan Orchard 301-271-2775 55th Summers family reunion the 55th annual reunion of the descendants of Lawson John and Oscar m. Summers will be held on Sun at Middletown municipal my. Lunch at pm. Riverside farms. Bring your own Container. 301-447-2884. Pressure washing Etc Crystal Clear windows 846-4151 veg. Shrubs mulch. Evergreen Nursery tractor truck Auto radiators cleaned repaired record Large inventory in Stock Ramsburg Radiator Weld. Est. 1946 phone 662-2312 b w disposal serv. Septic tanks cleaned phone 473-8294 Reward to anyone finding and returning pocketbook belonging to Raya Mills 694-6384 or 694-0976. Silver Queen Sweet Corn per 100 Doz. -516-2876 started pullets Brown egg or White egg Birds order now for Early october delivery Southern states Fred Coop 663-6164 notice i will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me Gloria Clinton 112s Market Apt 1 my 21701 Atlantic City Day trip showboat Call Betty 662-4201 local mentions Home movies to video Carpel video 429 e. Patrick 694-3500 wanted to buy watches coins Stamps colonial jewellers 663-925 9 st. Frederick rental repairs Remington Rogers office Supply inc. 110 n. Market Frederick 663-j311 top 13 ton excellent Quality. William 271-3360 window washing Crystal Clear windows free est. 846-415 Charles contracting inc All types Home improvements 662-7372 meqc11474 rain cleaned w c Korzendorfer 301-574-2807 Henry s Blacktop paving Seal coating. Free est. 663-1388 mhic360b Frederick county Asphalt free est. 662-2820 Asphalt coating rubberized Mic 37242 Charles j 898-7936 special Butcher shop fresh sausage fresh ground beef football hams pork chops steaks Chicken Large shrank fresh crab meat Mon in 7am-4pm sat 7am-12 art1caire meats w w poultry 5 South Wisner 662-1392
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