Jessie L. Scott
Jessie L. Scott, who grew rhododendrons, azaleas and raised Hereford cattle with her husband at their Freeland farm, died Dec. 29 of a heart ailment at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Mrs. Scott, who was 79, moved to Freeland from Ruxton in 1965. She raised the plants in a semi-commercial nursery.
She came to Baltimore in 1946 when her husband, Dr. William W. Scott, now David Hall Professor Emeritus of Urology at the Johns Hopkins medical school, came to Baltimore to head its urology department.
The former Jessie McGraw was a native of El Dorado, Ark., and a 1935 graduate of the University of Missouri, where she won an oratorical medal. She also did field work in sociology and worked for a state social agency in Illinois before moving to the Baltimore area.
In addition to her husband, her survivors include a son, Dr. William W. Scott Jr. of Baltimore; a sister, Ethel Dunlap of El Dorado; and three grandchildren.
-! Private services are planned.
A Mass of Christian burial will be offered for Katherine Josephine Hemler Andrew, a retired nurse who lived in Catonsville, at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Mark Roman Catholic Church, Catonsville. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Talbot County.
Mrs. Andrew, who was 76, died Thursday of cancer at the family's summer home in St. Michaels.
Mrs. Andrew worked 17 years as the school nurse at Mount St. Joseph High School on Frederick Avenue before retiring in 1977. She worked for nearly a dozen years at St. Agnes Hospital before joining the high school staff in 1961.
She was born and reared in Taneytown and graduated from St. Mary's nursing school in Emmitsburg. She married George E. rTC Andrew in 1938 in Taneytown. The couple made their home in Catonsville in 1959 and had lived there since.
Mrs. Andrew was an active member of St. Mark Church.
She is survived by her husband; three sons, Edward L. Andrew of Mount Vernon, Va., George H. Andrew of Bowie and Michael J. Andrew of Baltimore; three brothers, Bernard Hemler of Gettysburg, Pa., Joseph Hemler of Catonsville and George
Hemler of Taneytown; and three granddaughters.