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Page 10A The Star-Democrat Thursday, August 11, 1994 Esther H. Crowding ' CHESTERTOWN Esther j Hfckman Crowding of Chester-' tqwn died Wednesday, Aug. 10, '. 194 at Magnolia Hall Nursing ' Hwme. She was 91. : Born at Wilmington, Del., she ! was the daughter of the late John ; F. and Elise Davis Hickman. ; She was a homemaker and a ; member of Worton United Meth-;odist Church, the W.S.C.S, and Worton Homemakers. She was a . graduate of Goldey- Beacom College and a volunteer with Kent County Mental Health Association , in Chestertown. Mrs. Crowding is survived by a daughter, Gladys Svec of Baltimore; a son, Robert P. Crowding of St. Michaels; a brother, William R. Hickman of Leesburg, Fla.; a sister, Gladys H. Witcher of Brooksville, Fla.; three grand-children; and seven grea t-gr andchildr en . Services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, Aug. 12 at Fellows-Wells Funeral Home, Chestertown. Burial will be at Still Pond Cemetery, Still Pond. Friends may call at the funeral home two hours before the service. Robert L. Aikenhead E ASTON Robert Leander Aikenhead of Easton died Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1994 at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C. He was 70. Born Sept. 9, 1923 in Starbuck, Minn., he was the son of the late John Arthur and Olga Hofflin Aikenhead. After attending school on Tilgh-man Island he worked as waterman for several years until enlisting in 1942 in the United States Marine Corps. He served during World War II in the Pacific Theatre where he saw action in the capture and defense of Tulagi, S.I. and Guam, Marianas Islands for which he was awarded the Silver Star, the Purple Heart, : Marine Corps Good Conduct HALF FTJCEI f uca Our best-teOnfl nM spoakn1 Great for home, dorm, surround -sound or in car. Just 7" high. 4" woofer. rag 59 99 2065. 40 2066 SPECIAL Great boyl stock upl B-outlet AC powsr strip . 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Services will be held at 1:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 12 at Newnam Funeral Home, Easton, where friends may call on Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in the Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Beulah. Frank L Curnen PRESTON Frank L. Curnen of Preston died Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1994. Born at Yonkers, N.Y., he was the son of the late Florence Mayer and Edward Charles Curnen. He was a graduate of Hill School, Pottsville, Pa. and a 1933 graduate of Yale University. He retired from General Motors in 1973 and moved to Preston. Mr. Curnen is survived by his wife, Marjory Mayer Curnen; four children, Patricia Ziegler of Cambridge, Mass., Robert Curnen of Framingham, Mass., Catherine Wiley of Los Angeles, Calif., and Richard Curnen of New York, N.Y.; four stepchildren, Leslie Todd of Rancbo Mirage, Calif., Wend) V. of MO'- C .Of Ka.si iMip, N.'i. and Maicelle Towers of Philadelphia, Pa.; a brother, Dr. Edward C. Curnen Jr . . . jb mw r m m avast mm mm Alkaline Battery No limit! Stock up! 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Wilson CENTREVILLE Charles Merrick Wilson, prominent educator, businessman, banker and civic leader, died Sunday, Aug. 7, 1994 at Stella Maris Hospice, Towson, after a long illness. He was 88. Born Feb. 25, 1906 at Ingleside in Queen Anne's County, he was the only son of Harry Norman Wilson and Martha Thomas Merrick. He hati five sisters. A 1925 graduate of Sudlersville High School, he was active in sports and played on the same teams with baseball Hall of Fam-er, Jimmy Foxx. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1929 with a major in agriculture and a minor in education. He also received a master's degree Bonus Offerl CJ?. n UU5H Ul" WWI IIIIUIID Features lighted keypad and redial. In gray, almond or white. rg 2s 99 43-58567 vi a ji 7 Shack ValuePlus account 20. 1994 Detail (wlow i-" C" " 1 .... . i .... , m. ' ' m ' ii'.iui.m imw ii minim n mm ruMmf t urn . 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He retained the dealership for DeKalb Seed Corn and became their largest dealer in the U.S. for more than 10 years. He retired from active business in 1983. While living in Poolesville, Mr. Wilson was active in farm groups, and helped organize and was first president of the Mono-cacy Lions Club. In Centreville he continued to be an active leader in various farm and farm youth groups. He was a past president of the Centreville Rotary Club, a charter member of Kent Island Yacht Club, and a member of Annapolis Yacht Club. He served as chairman of the committee to select the site of Queen Anne's County Comprehensive High School in the early 1960s, and served on various lay committees for the Queen Anne's County school system in the 1950s and 1960s. He became a director of Centreville National Bank in July 1958, remaining active on the board until March 1981, when, because of mandatory age requirements, he became a Director Emeritus, which title he retained until his death. 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