June 21, 2011
OCT. 26, 1968-JUNE 18, 2011 Every so often, the Lord takes a young person to Heaven that just makes you wonder if the good folks on the other side needed a soul with a high fun factor to shake things up a bit. That's certainly the case with David V. Stouter, 42, a wonderful husband, father, son, brother, son-in-law and brother-in-law, who died peacefully at home on Saturday, June 18, 2011. It's hard not to crack a smile when thinking about Dave, even in this time of intense sorrow.
July 26, 2012
Anti-Obama vote aside, why vote for Mitt? To the editor: I would like my GOP friends to tell me why they are voting for Mitt Romney. And it's got to be more than the president's so-called failures. The only reason he's failed at anything is because the Congress blocks his every move. He's tried to pass five job bills, highway funding and various women's issues. People must believe this, because Congress is at its worst approval at 10 percent! The only job plan the GOP has is Paul Ryan's plan, which even the nonpartisan budget office has said it is a loser; it would hurt the poor, seniors and the middle class.
April 7, 2013
Alice Cohill Marquez, of Stafford Hall, Clear Spring, Md., died Friday, April 5, 2013, at her home. Born July 10, 1912, in Cohill Station near Hancock, Md., she was the eldest daughter of the late Leo Aloysius and Anna Marie Bevans Cohill. Mrs. Marquez attended boarding school and her first two years of college at Saint Mary's Female Seminary (now Saint Mary's College of Maryland), transferred to Southwestern (now Rhodes College), and graduated from the College of William and Mary in Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in English and education in 1934.
July 6, 2012
The pineapple was once a very lonely fruit sent over to the mainland from Hawaii. James Dole canned his heart out but realized that many homemakers and cooks had no idea what to do with this product. So he had to create some recipes for a fruit he already introduced to the marketplace. The addition of the mango into this recipe adds a nice touch of color and mellowness to the pineapple to really round out this soup. If you don't like the mango, try kiwi, strawberries, fresh peaches or simply up the amount of pineapple.
March 12, 2003
email@example.com WILLIAMSPORT - Two cheerleaders from Williamsport High School took their skills to Hawaii in February for the 2003 National Football League Pro Bowl. Junior Corey Hamby and senior Jessica Leiter, both of whom have been cheering for Williamsport High since they were freshmen, joined about 1,000 other young women in Honolulu for the Feb. 3 football game, they said. Jessica called the opportunity a "once in a lifetime experience. " Coaches and teammates nominated Corey and Jessica to cheer in the Pro Bowl after the girls performed well at a cheer-leading competition in Williamsburg, Va. The event's judges then gave the girls the go-ahead, they said.
December 9, 2009
o If you like reading Tim Rowland, you'll love watching him. See what else Tim has to say This is the break I've been looking for: You can sue for being "disappointed. " Sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip. It began when a British couple booked a $100,000 journey around the world aboard the Queen Victoria luxury liner. No shipwreck or desert island was involved, but the couple was assigned a room where the floor flexed excessively, causing an "unbearable racket," according to the London Daily Mail.
December 6, 2012
Crena Anderson wasn't at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked on Dec. 7, 1941. But the 88-year-old Halfway resident will be linked to that day for the rest of her life. She said her first and second husbands were stationed at Army bases in Hawaii during the attack, although the two young soldiers didn't know each other at the time. “I'm proud of what they did - very proud,” Crena said at her home earlier this week. “They must have been scared to death.” Crena said she married her first husband, Marvin Spencer, shortly after they met while he was home on leave in 1944.
July 20, 2009
Monica Des Jarlais has been named the new president of St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown. Born and raised on the sugar plantations of Hawaii, Des Jarlais was educated by the Maryknoll Sisters of New York. She completed her undergraduate studies in education and sociology at Chaminade College of Honolulu. She received a master's degree in private administration from the University of San Francisco, with 30 additional graduate hours in reading instruction. Her 30-year career has encompassed all aspects of Catholic education, from teaching all grades K-12, to serving as vice principal and president of schools in Hawaii, Georgia and California.
January 4, 2012
Today - J.R. Head, formerly of Greencastle, Pa., who is in the Army stationed in Hawaii, turns 22. If you would like a birthday or anniversary to appear in The-Herald Mail, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org; mail it to Milestones, c/o The Herald-Mail, P.O. Box 439 Hagerstown, MD 21741; or fax it to 301-714-0245.