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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 1, 1996
Hereford has been a second-half team all season, but more than a slow start held back the No. 15 Bulls early in yesterday's playoff game.Joppatowne's busy defense clogged up the circle and cut off Hereford's every angle to the goal.Even though the Bulls dominated the early going, it wasn't until the second half that Melissa Cornet finally slipped a goal past the Mariners for a 1-0 victory in the Class 1A North Region championship game.Hereford (14-2) advanced to the state semifinals for the first time in 11 years.
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September 21, 2007
Concert -- The South County Concert Association will present Mr. Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Southern High School, 4400 Solomons Island Road, Harwood. Admission is $20 for nonmembers. 301-261-5802, 410-956-4881 or www.southcountyconcerts.org
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NEWS
December 10, 2006
Holiday concert -- The Performing Arts Association of Linthicum will present a holiday concert by the Mr. Jack Daniels Original Silver Cornet Band at 3 p.m. today at Chesapeake Arts Center, 194 Hammonds Lane, Brooklyn Park. Admission is $22 for adults and free for students. 410-859-3308.
NEWS
July 20, 2005
On July 18, 2005 HUGUETTE HARRISON (nee Cornet) beloved wife of the late Edgar L. Harrison; devoted mother of Dany Guadagna and Ray Hurt; loving grandmother of Charles, Brigitte, J.D., Kristi, Sam, and Ray, Jr.; loving great-grandmother of Nicholas, Cortney, Justin, Taylor, Brian, Kayla, Danielle and Randy, Jr. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation at the Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Interment private.
NEWS
July 20, 2005
On July 18, 2005 HUGUETTE HARRISON (nee Cornet) beloved wife of the late Edgar L. Harrison; devoted mother of Dany Guadagna and Ray Hurt; loving grandmother of Charles, Brigitte, J.D., Kristi, Sam, and Ray, Jr.; loving great-grandmother of Nicholas, Cortney, Justin, Taylor, Brian, Kayla, Danielle and Randy, Jr. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation at the Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Interment private.
SPORTS
October 23, 1996
St. Paul's 10-plus game unscored-on streak this seasonended yesterday when the No. 4-ranked Gators settled in the final minute for a 1-1 tie with sixth-ranked Roland Park.The Reds' goal, by sophomore Elizabeth Ryan with 29 seconds left to play, was the first goal this year against St. Paul's (7-0-4). The streak had stretched 549 minutes, 31 seconds -- just shy of 11 50-minute games.Sarah Oglesby had the St. Paul's goal against the Reds (8-0-2), who erupted in celebration at game's end. "We knew all about the streak," Ryan said.
FEATURES
By Alan Schroeder | August 11, 1999
Editor's note: More than anything else, young Louis Armstrong wanted the cornet in the pawnshop window. When he got enough money to buy it, he was on his way to becoming the legendary Satchmo.Louis and his family lived on Perdido Street, "back o' town." It was a tough neighborhood, full of broken bottles and mangy dogs and kicked-in fences. But Louis didn't mind. At night when the lanterns were lit and Willie Reed brought out his fiddle, it was just like being at Economy Hall, with everyone clapping and dancing on boards:"Mr.
NEWS
August 23, 1991
Albert R. Reese, a retired Baltimore County public works foreman who also had been a crane operator for the state, died Wednesday after a heart attack at his home in Bethlehem, near Preston, in Caroline County.Services for Mr. Reese, 75, were being held today in the Maryland Veterans Cemetery-Eastern Shore in Beulah.The native of Staunton, Va., moved to the Baltimore area as a young man and worked for Baltimore County in road maintenance about 20 years before he retired in the late 1960s.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 23, 1996
It has become the one certainty in the Association of Independent Schools this season: St. Paul's with a one-goal lead equals victory. But Roland Park has a growing reputation of its own -- late-game heroics.Sophomore forward Elizabeth Ryan re-directed a long pass from Tammy Passano with 29.3 seconds remaining in the game as No. 6 and host Roland Park tied No. 4 St. Paul's, 1-1, yesterday, starting a midfield celebration by the Reds.The game-tying goal ended a season-long 10-game shutout streak for the Gators (7-0-4)
NEWS
August 5, 1991
THE TOWN OF Harmony, 10 miles west of Frederick, is located in a picturesque Frederick County valley between the South Mountain and Catoctin ranges. Once a bustling town of three churches, three stores, three churches, a school and a post office, it doesn't merit a dot on the map today. Most motorists passing the intersection of Harmony Road, Brethren Church Road and Hollow Road don't even realize they've visited the town.Harmony wasn't always Harmony. Originally, it was called Bellsville because the chimes of its church bells echoed through the hills.
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By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,SUN STAFF | May 2, 2003
ROHRERSVILLE - He was 6 years old when he was made a full-fledged member - the youngest it had - of the local band with its own brick music hall just down the street. He had already forsaken the piano - "that wasn't loud enough," he recalls - and moved on to the drums, which make one incredible racket when you want them to. Ever since - and that means for the past 68 years - Reginald F. Norris has been a fixture in the back row of the now 166-year-old Rohrersville Community Band, which bills itself as Maryland's oldest community band in continuous existence.
FEATURES
By Alan Schroeder | August 11, 1999
Editor's note: More than anything else, young Louis Armstrong wanted the cornet in the pawnshop window. When he got enough money to buy it, he was on his way to becoming the legendary Satchmo.Louis and his family lived on Perdido Street, "back o' town." It was a tough neighborhood, full of broken bottles and mangy dogs and kicked-in fences. But Louis didn't mind. At night when the lanterns were lit and Willie Reed brought out his fiddle, it was just like being at Economy Hall, with everyone clapping and dancing on boards:"Mr.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 1, 1996
Hereford has been a second-half team all season, but more than a slow start held back the No. 15 Bulls early in yesterday's playoff game.Joppatowne's busy defense clogged up the circle and cut off Hereford's every angle to the goal.Even though the Bulls dominated the early going, it wasn't until the second half that Melissa Cornet finally slipped a goal past the Mariners for a 1-0 victory in the Class 1A North Region championship game.Hereford (14-2) advanced to the state semifinals for the first time in 11 years.
SPORTS
October 23, 1996
St. Paul's 10-plus game unscored-on streak this seasonended yesterday when the No. 4-ranked Gators settled in the final minute for a 1-1 tie with sixth-ranked Roland Park.The Reds' goal, by sophomore Elizabeth Ryan with 29 seconds left to play, was the first goal this year against St. Paul's (7-0-4). The streak had stretched 549 minutes, 31 seconds -- just shy of 11 50-minute games.Sarah Oglesby had the St. Paul's goal against the Reds (8-0-2), who erupted in celebration at game's end. "We knew all about the streak," Ryan said.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 23, 1996
It has become the one certainty in the Association of Independent Schools this season: St. Paul's with a one-goal lead equals victory. But Roland Park has a growing reputation of its own -- late-game heroics.Sophomore forward Elizabeth Ryan re-directed a long pass from Tammy Passano with 29.3 seconds remaining in the game as No. 6 and host Roland Park tied No. 4 St. Paul's, 1-1, yesterday, starting a midfield celebration by the Reds.The game-tying goal ended a season-long 10-game shutout streak for the Gators (7-0-4)
NEWS
By HAL PIPER | May 2, 1992
When Richard Reeves, now a graying pundit but then a youngreporter, asked the new governor of California to spell out an agenda, young Jerry Brown mumbled: ''Reduce the sum of human misery a bit, I guess,'' then added: ''Do you think that what you or I do will really make a difference in the long run?''Mr. Reeves seems to have found this charming after the stuffed-shirt politician-speak he usually has to copy into his notebook.Mr. Brown gets his perspective from Zen meditation, and no doubt in the context of the infinite cosmos, the strivings of politicians and journalists are pretty futile.
NEWS
By HAL PIPER | May 2, 1992
When Richard Reeves, now a graying pundit but then a youngreporter, asked the new governor of California to spell out an agenda, young Jerry Brown mumbled: ''Reduce the sum of human misery a bit, I guess,'' then added: ''Do you think that what you or I do will really make a difference in the long run?''Mr. Reeves seems to have found this charming after the stuffed-shirt politician-speak he usually has to copy into his notebook.Mr. Brown gets his perspective from Zen meditation, and no doubt in the context of the infinite cosmos, the strivings of politicians and journalists are pretty futile.
NEWS
August 23, 1991
Albert R. Reese, a retired Baltimore County public works foreman who also had been a crane operator for the state, died Wednesday after a heart attack at his home in Bethlehem, near Preston, in Caroline County.Services for Mr. Reese, 75, were being held today in the Maryland Veterans Cemetery-Eastern Shore in Beulah.The native of Staunton, Va., moved to the Baltimore area as a young man and worked for Baltimore County in road maintenance about 20 years before he retired in the late 1960s.
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