The Star-Democrat from Easton, Maryland on February 16, 1987 · Page 8
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Easton, Maryland
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Monday, February 16, 1987
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Pag 8A The) 8tar-Damocrat Monday, Fabruary 10, 1M7 ituaries argaret Raikes VYTOWN A funeral ser- ' ma 4 I7 1 1 L. . U HW iur margarei r-in.auci.ii V tl . ...ill u - lues ui tvyiuwii win uc iiciu ,jay at Queen Esther A M E. I rch, Ivytown, at 2 p.m. me Earle M. Brooks will ofii- e. Mrs. Raikes died Thurs- pa?. Fi tr a I Feb. 12, 1987 at her home long Illness. She was 53. r -bitty Waters RINCESS ANNE - Emily Waters died Friday, Feb. 13, 7, at her residence In ticess Anne. She was 80. orn In Princess Anne, she the daughter of the late Col. enry j. waters ana amny o. IWlJson. She graduated from Miss lion's School-on-the-Hudion In ff&rytown, N.Y. She began irking with the Somerset fcJunty Welfare Office In 1933 d j-emeined with Social Ser-iteslintll her retirement In 197S. j&phe was member of St. An-ews Episcopal Church In yncessAnne. he li survived by sister, . Keith Potter of Eaiton, Brother, Levin L. Waters of Annapolis and seven nieces. Funeral services will be held fill a.m. today at St. Andrews iiscopal Church Th Princess f inc. The Rev. John Stoneslfer officiate. Burial will be In the church cemetery. Memorial distributions may be made to St. Andrews Episcopal Church, co the Rev. John Stoneslfer, 130 W. Pflnce William St., Princess Anne.Md. 21853. -yr n f memory a. retry EASTON - Emory Bartlett Perry of South Harrison Street, Easton, died at the Memorial Hospital at Easton on Saturday, Feb. 14, 1987. She was 86. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., April 27, 1900, she was the daughter of the late North Emory and Bertha Marie Kennedy Bartlett. A resident of Easton since 1938, she had been a devoted member of the Junior Auxiliary at Memorial Hospital since 1965, with more than 6,000 Trours of volunteer service. She also held membership in Christ wnurcn. easton. ana me i aiDoi ounty Historical Society. She ad been active for many years the Talbot County Chapter of e American Red cross of Which she was a past board member. mis. rciijr 19 DU1VIVCU UJ vera! nieces and nephews. Her aughter, A.B. Streeton, died in prll of 1976. Funeral services will be held t the graveside in Spring Hill emetery, Easton, on wednes- y at 11 a.m. The Rev. M. -Douglas Girardeau, interim rector of Christ Church, will officiate. Memorial donations may be made to the Junior Auxiliary of Memorial Hospital, Easton, Md., 21601. Funeral arrangements are by the Newnam Funeral Home, Easton. George E. Tuttle EASTON George E. Tuttle of 33 Chantllly Terrace, Easton, died at the William Hill Health Care Center, Easton, Saturday, Feb. 14, 1987. He was 85. Born In Cheboygan, Mich., April 30, 1901, he was the son of the late George Arthur and Josephine Clute Tuttle. After graduating from public school In Cheboygan, he continued his education at the New York University and at Columbia University. A majority of his business life was spent on Wall Street, where he retired In 1966 from Moody's Investor Services, where he had been a public utility analyst and a member of Moody's bond rating committee. Prior to moving to Easton In June 1986, he had lived for many years In Madison, N.J., where he was an elder and former member of the Presbyterian Church of Madison. He had served as director and budget chairman of the United Campaign of Madison, the Mor-rlstown Community Chest and Council, which is now the United Fund, as well as on the board of managers of Family Service of Morristown since 1969. He also had been active in the Red Cross as a social worker in the veteran's hospital in Lyons N.J. He was a member of the Family Service Society of Morris County and had been active in the formation of the Friends in Service for Humanity, an organization of which he served as chairman. Mr. Tuttle Is survived by his wife, the former Lilburne Ivey, whom he married in August 1935; a son, George E. Tuttle Jr. of Alexandria, Va.; a brother, Godfrey Tuttle of Dearborn, Mich.; four grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family in Madison, N.J. Memorial donations may be made to the Family Service of Morris County, Morristown, N.J., 07960, or to the Presbyterian Church of Madison, N.J. ,07940. Funeral arrangements are by the Newnam Funeral Home, Easton. Beaele C. Ireland EA8TON - Bessie C. Ireland of Easton, wife of the late Herbert E. Ireland, died at tha Meridian Nursing Center, tha Pines, Easton, Sunday, Feb. IB, 1987. She was 91. For information concerning funeral arrangements, friends are requested to call the Newnam Funeral Home, Easton. Merle Van Houten SUDLERSVILLE - Marie Louisa Van Houten of Wye Mills died Saturday, Feb. 14 at Kitty's Nursing Home In Sudlersvllle. She was 75. She was born In Washington DC. on March 10, 1911, the daughter of the late Hans Peter Nielsen and Anna Anderson Nielsen. She married Norval Van Houten of Gary, Ind., on Sept. 20, 1929. He died May 7, 1969. She is survived by a daughter, Linda Joyce Travers of Wye Mills, a brother, Alfred Nielsen of Pompano, Fla., seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Her son, Norval Van Houten Jr., died Oct. 30, 1986. Funeral arrangements are by the Tom Helfenbein Funeral Home, Chester. Sue Elliott King ROYAL OAK Sue Elliott Demonstrations greet 1st 'Amerika' episode By The Associated Press A candlelight vigil opposite the United Nations, picketing at a television station in Chicago and demonstrations by Yale students marked Sunday night's first Installment of a miniseries about a Soviet takeover of the United States. "Amerika," a 14' -hour ABC-TV series that depicts the Soviets' bloodless takeover of the United States, has been criticized as potentially damaging to U.S.Soviet relations and peace efforts. Visit deliberate recklessness;" and require detailed financial reports from Insurance companies underwriting In Maryland and the U.S. Hearings on the bills will start this week. As during the last Maryland General Assembly session, when some of these issues were raised, the differing Interests of Insurance companies, doctors and lawyers are all expected to testify. During his half-hour tour of Memorial, Schaefer made a point or asking people to write their state legislators In support of his plans. One new mother, Mimi Shannahan of Oxford, told the governor she was glad he was taking the issue so seriously. "I'm glad I've already had my baby. I had a lot of anxiety over the last two months ... I'm glad you're here, it's gotten really bad. Really out of hand." Shannahan said she'd known she was going to have a caesarean section when four-day-old John Graham Shannahan IV, her second child, was born. But the problem became more complicated when the baby was k Super Savings Buy one garment Get two garments free, of equal or lesser value, on all SALE merchandise at. King of R.D. 1, Royal Oak, died at her home on Friday, Feb. 13, 1987. She was 75. Born in Baltimore on Dec. 4, 1911, she was the daughter of the late Carroll Sharp and Temperance Hester KI-tngelhofer. After graduating from Towson High School, she enrolled at the Union Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, where she completed her training in 1936. In 1937, she married Richard M. King, an Illinois native. They first lived in Schenectady, N.Y., and later, as his career with General Electric Co. required, In several areas of Illinois before moving to Royal Oak In 1972. Mrs. King was a member of the Miles River Power Squadron In St. Michaels, the Edge Creek Boat Club In Royal Oak and the Academy of the Arta In Easton. She was a former member and deaconess of the First Congregational Church of LaOrange, 111. She enjoyed pastel artwork and drawing, cooking and entertaining, and boating with her husband. An avid horticulturist, she had cared for over a hundred different varieties of plants, trees and shrubbery in the yard of her home. In addition to her husband, she Is survived by a daughter, Bar bara King Dohrman of Hinsdale, 111.; a son, Richard M. King Jr. of Philadelphia, Pa.; a sister, Alice K. Powel of Broadmead, Cockeysvllle; a brother, Carroll S. Klingelhofer Jr. of Luther-ville; two grandchildren, Caroline Alice Dohrman and Steven Elliott Dohrman. Memorial services will be held at the Newnam Funeral Home In Easton on Saturday, Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. The Revs. James B. Lee, Charles D. Snowden and Harold M. Davis will officiate. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family at the Taylor's Chapel Cemetery in Towson. Memorial donations may be made to the St. Michaels Fire Co. Rescue Squad or to Dr. Carney's Cancer Clinic at Memorial Hospital, Easton, Md. 21601. Another protest was planned later In front of ABC's studios. In the series, the occupation troops are portrayed as a United Nations peacekeeping force. "We're standing in front of the United Nations and the U.S. Mission, hoping people will realize that this miniseries is an absurd fantasy," Waters said as the 15 protesters held signs In 18-degree weather. Waters said any attempt by the Soviet Union to take over the United States would lead to nuclear war. from page la born earlier than expected. "We have a real crisis here," she said. "No doctor can afford to pay those rates." Dr. Philip R. Bowman, one of the seven obstetricians now working with the hospital, said his rates will be going up for the next seven years. He said insurance for the newly-Incorporated group of Easton obstetricians, will cost more every year for eight years, In part because each year they become liable for another year's worth of deliveries. "How much of a dent (Schaefer's bills) will make, I don't know," Bowman said. The measures are a starting point, he added, but "we don't want to get complacent and say it'll solve the whole problem, because It won't." Advertisement You're Never Too Old To Hear Better. Chicago, III. A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest hearing aid Beltone has ever developed will be given absolutely free to anyone requesting it. It's yours for the asking, so send for it now. It is not a real hearing aid, but it will show you how tiny hearing help can be. The actual aid weighs liu than an eighth of an ounce, and It fits completely Into the sir canal . 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