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July 3, 2003
On Wednesday, July 2, 2003, MS. MABEL DYER KNOEDLER, 91, of Davidson, NC. Ms. Knoedler was born on January 3, 1912 in Baltimore, MD, to the late Ernest Edward Dyer and Ellen Maria Nichol. She attended Magothy Methodist Church where she served as an organist for 18 years. She was an avid lover of music. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Elmer L. Knoedler, son "Hap" Todd and wife Cathy of Cornelius, grandchildren Joellen Soesbee, Jeffrey Todd, Michael Todd, Thomas Stinchcomb and David Stinchcomb, seven great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2004
MOUNT NEBO - It's not all about the killing, although that's sometimes the way it ends. No one who suited up three hours before sunrise yesterday, scarfed down breakfast and carefully picked his way through the foggy woods to a tree stand or ridgeline knew what would happen once the sky grew light and the clock struck 7:06. Luck was with the 200 hunters who won the lottery and their partners to be in the woods for Maryland's first black bear season in 51 years. But they'd need to extend that streak if they hoped to get a bear.
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SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 25, 1993
When Overlea High quarterback Bernard Fitchette needs yardage in a hurry, he knows where to look.A hand signal to his center later, Fitchette usually is running free in the opposing secondary, ducking and --ing his way to a first down or a touchdown. Courtesy of Mike Knoedler."That's my favorite play, that quarterback keeper," Knoedler said. "Bernard will tap my inside leg, then hold onto my belt and just follow me down the field. He can hide behind me, and when he's ready to make his move, go in any direction."
NEWS
July 3, 2003
On Wednesday, July 2, 2003, MS. MABEL DYER KNOEDLER, 91, of Davidson, NC. Ms. Knoedler was born on January 3, 1912 in Baltimore, MD, to the late Ernest Edward Dyer and Ellen Maria Nichol. She attended Magothy Methodist Church where she served as an organist for 18 years. She was an avid lover of music. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Elmer L. Knoedler, son "Hap" Todd and wife Cathy of Cornelius, grandchildren Joellen Soesbee, Jeffrey Todd, Michael Todd, Thomas Stinchcomb and David Stinchcomb, seven great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
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By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 29, 2001
A PROPER tea party involves three things. The first, of course, is plenty of piping hot tea with sugar, milk and lemon. The second is finger food served on good china - scones, sliced cake, small sandwiches made of white bread with the crusts removed. The third, and perhaps the hardest to provide, is a relaxing atmosphere that encourages people to linger as they take a break from their daily routine. Kitty Knoedler, the genial proprietor of Petticoat Tea Room, has these elements down pat, from the assorted teas she presents to the homemade goodies served on floral china that would have been at home in any Victorian parlor to the cozy, Colonial-style tearoom overlooking the Fells Point waterfront.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 19, 1992
Nick Brown hardly looks the part of one of Overlea's most experienced offensive linemen -- but he has been in the trenches since he first put on cleats at age 7.That's where he established his explosiveness off the line, drilling his opponent in the chest with the full force of his body. One of his favorite weapons is a forearm shiver, and he has an ability to keep his opponent off balance.All this despite being only 5 feet 9, 148 pounds."I didn't have the speed to be a running back, and I've never had the desire to be one anyway; they get hit too much," said Brown, 16, a junior.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2004
MOUNT NEBO - It's not all about the killing, although that's sometimes the way it ends. No one who suited up three hours before sunrise yesterday, scarfed down breakfast and carefully picked his way through the foggy woods to a tree stand or ridgeline knew what would happen once the sky grew light and the clock struck 7:06. Luck was with the 200 hunters who won the lottery and their partners to be in the woods for Maryland's first black bear season in 51 years. But they'd need to extend that streak if they hoped to get a bear.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 4, 1994
Catonsville High School principal Donald I. Mohler III hopes he and Comets basketball fans will be celebrating the 200th career victory of coach Art Gamzon this week.Gamzon, whose Comets are 4-3, enters the week with a 199-91 record. His 13-year career covers his 1980-82 tenure at Oakland Mills, where he went 35-34; a 38-9 record at Milford Mill from 1985-1987; and his present record (126-48) at Catonsville since 1987.His Comets travel to Overlea tomorrow at 7 p.m., and take on Chesapeake Friday at 8 p.m."
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 11, 1994
Despite his club's four-game winning streak, including recent victories over No. 11 Walbrook and No. 13 St. Frances, Calvert Hall coach Mark Amatucci insists his Cardinals "are not that good."In fact, the 7-5 Cardinals failed to get even one vote in this week's Baltimore Sun poll, which tends to support Amatucci's assertion."Don't be talking rankings to me," Amatucci warns. "That might put a whammy on us."Much like the whammy the Cardinals have put on their most recent opponents, beginning with the Dec. 28 Kennard Dale (Pa.)
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff | November 8, 1998
Feathering your nestWhat owner Kitty Knoedler (right) calls "feather-your-nest kind of things" abound at Southern Accent, a new shop in Fells Point that features housewares, linens, decorative items and gourmet goods, among other items. There are clocks, dishes, vases, picture frames, pillows, candles, aromatic soaps and bath oils, artwork and "little crafty furniture." One of the shop's best-selling items is a fur-clad sleeping cat figure, which is so real-looking people tap on the window to wake up the one on display.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 29, 2001
A PROPER tea party involves three things. The first, of course, is plenty of piping hot tea with sugar, milk and lemon. The second is finger food served on good china - scones, sliced cake, small sandwiches made of white bread with the crusts removed. The third, and perhaps the hardest to provide, is a relaxing atmosphere that encourages people to linger as they take a break from their daily routine. Kitty Knoedler, the genial proprietor of Petticoat Tea Room, has these elements down pat, from the assorted teas she presents to the homemade goodies served on floral china that would have been at home in any Victorian parlor to the cozy, Colonial-style tearoom overlooking the Fells Point waterfront.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff | November 8, 1998
Feathering your nestWhat owner Kitty Knoedler (right) calls "feather-your-nest kind of things" abound at Southern Accent, a new shop in Fells Point that features housewares, linens, decorative items and gourmet goods, among other items. There are clocks, dishes, vases, picture frames, pillows, candles, aromatic soaps and bath oils, artwork and "little crafty furniture." One of the shop's best-selling items is a fur-clad sleeping cat figure, which is so real-looking people tap on the window to wake up the one on display.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 11, 1994
Despite his club's four-game winning streak, including recent victories over No. 11 Walbrook and No. 13 St. Frances, Calvert Hall coach Mark Amatucci insists his Cardinals "are not that good."In fact, the 7-5 Cardinals failed to get even one vote in this week's Baltimore Sun poll, which tends to support Amatucci's assertion."Don't be talking rankings to me," Amatucci warns. "That might put a whammy on us."Much like the whammy the Cardinals have put on their most recent opponents, beginning with the Dec. 28 Kennard Dale (Pa.)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 4, 1994
Catonsville High School principal Donald I. Mohler III hopes he and Comets basketball fans will be celebrating the 200th career victory of coach Art Gamzon this week.Gamzon, whose Comets are 4-3, enters the week with a 199-91 record. His 13-year career covers his 1980-82 tenure at Oakland Mills, where he went 35-34; a 38-9 record at Milford Mill from 1985-1987; and his present record (126-48) at Catonsville since 1987.His Comets travel to Overlea tomorrow at 7 p.m., and take on Chesapeake Friday at 8 p.m."
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 25, 1993
When Overlea High quarterback Bernard Fitchette needs yardage in a hurry, he knows where to look.A hand signal to his center later, Fitchette usually is running free in the opposing secondary, ducking and --ing his way to a first down or a touchdown. Courtesy of Mike Knoedler."That's my favorite play, that quarterback keeper," Knoedler said. "Bernard will tap my inside leg, then hold onto my belt and just follow me down the field. He can hide behind me, and when he's ready to make his move, go in any direction."
SPORTS
September 3, 1993
City -- Graduated are three first-team All-Metros, including Offensive Player of the Year Terrence Suber, but the Knights have a solid foundation and have been No. 1 and gone unbeaten over two seasons. Second-team All-Met WR-DB Dwight Banks, second-team All-City lineman Xavier Logan (6-0, 260), top rusher Ricky Dangerfield (757 yards, 13 TDs) and QB Teron Matthews (( (6-3, 190) lead a cast of talented players.Gilman -- Coach Sherm Bristow's hard-hitting squad returns 25 players (13 starters)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
"My motivation," says Overlea running back Tyrese Barmer, "comes from my family."The one who is easiest to please is Barmer's grandfather, Earnest McIntosh, a former Carver High football player who gives the Overlea senior $10 for every win, and $5 for every touchdown.And in last weekend's 20-0 Class 2A quarterfinal victory over Wicomico, Barmer scored three touchdowns and rushed for 216 yards -- that's $25."I owe it all to the linemen -- they really opened the holes and I just hit them the best I could," said Barmer, crediting blockers Bill Brown (6 feet 2, 300 pounds)
SPORTS
September 3, 1993
City -- Graduated are three first-team All-Metros, including Offensive Player of the Year Terrence Suber, but the Knights have a solid foundation and have been No. 1 and gone unbeaten over two seasons. Second-team All-Met WR-DB Dwight Banks, second-team All-City lineman Xavier Logan (6-0, 260), top rusher Ricky Dangerfield (757 yards, 13 TDs) and QB Teron Matthews (( (6-3, 190) lead a cast of talented players.Gilman -- Coach Sherm Bristow's hard-hitting squad returns 25 players (13 starters)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 19, 1992
Nick Brown hardly looks the part of one of Overlea's most experienced offensive linemen -- but he has been in the trenches since he first put on cleats at age 7.That's where he established his explosiveness off the line, drilling his opponent in the chest with the full force of his body. One of his favorite weapons is a forearm shiver, and he has an ability to keep his opponent off balance.All this despite being only 5 feet 9, 148 pounds."I didn't have the speed to be a running back, and I've never had the desire to be one anyway; they get hit too much," said Brown, 16, a junior.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
"My motivation," says Overlea running back Tyrese Barmer, "comes from my family."The one who is easiest to please is Barmer's grandfather, Earnest McIntosh, a former Carver High football player who gives the Overlea senior $10 for every win, and $5 for every touchdown.And in last weekend's 20-0 Class 2A quarterfinal victory over Wicomico, Barmer scored three touchdowns and rushed for 216 yards -- that's $25."I owe it all to the linemen -- they really opened the holes and I just hit them the best I could," said Barmer, crediting blockers Bill Brown (6 feet 2, 300 pounds)
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