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May 22, 2003
On May 19, 2003, JOAN CAROL(nee Edwardsen) MASTERSON. A member of VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post # 9083; beloved wife of John T. Masterson; devoted mother of Lisa E. Torres, Kimberly A. Disney and the late Cheryl Ann Ray; loving daughter of Elaine Stoneham; dear sister of Lea Edwardsen, Thomas Edwardsen, Sharon Copenshire and the late Barbara Edwardsen. Also survived by many other loving family and friends. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc, Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale)
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By JESSICA BAROODY and JESSICA BAROODY,PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL | November 23, 2005
Where can one go and experience New York nightlife, Havana's dance clubs and Christian missionaries all in one night? The answer is a performance of Guys and Dolls, the Tony Award-winning musical that was brought to life last week at Centennial High School. The story takes place in New York, where Nathan Detroit, a craps-game organizer, is desperate for money to fund his next game. He makes a $1,000 bet with the notorious gambler Sky Masterson that Masterson cannot take Sarah Brown, a conservative missionary, to Havana.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 8, 2001
A cold day of weather couldn't stop River Hill's Shane Stroup, and it just might have helped Annapolis' Erin Masterson. Stroup and Masterson, two of the top distance runners in the state, both performed at the top of their game yesterday, each winning two events at the first ever Woodlawn Warrior Invitational. Each was named the meet's most outstanding performer. Chilly temperatures, light showers and a number of late withdrawals by some of the top runners put a slight damper on the meet, one of the largest in the Baltimore area with 37 teams from four different classes in attendance.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | June 18, 2004
It isn't Mary Stuart Masterson's portrayal of the title character - Maggie, "the cat" - that heats up the Kennedy Center's simmering production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. It's George Grizzard's unwaveringly powerful depiction of Big Daddy. And yet, one of the most revelatory aspects of this latest offering in the "Tennessee Williams Explored" festival is the strong, underlying similarity between this seemingly dissimilar father and daughter-in-law. Director Mark Lamos' insightful production leaves no doubt about why Maggie and Big Daddy admire each other.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 15, 2000
LANDOVER - Coaches and athletes who say that indoor track exists only to get competitors ready for the outdoor season obviously forgot to tell Erin Masterson about it. Passing up an opportunity to compete in an Anne Arundel County meet at the new Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex the night before, the Annapolis senior confirmed the wisdom of her decision yesterday at the same venue in the Pangaea Invitational. Masterson looked in late-May or June condition as she ripped around the 200-meter rubberized oval in a brisk 4 minutes, 56.1 seconds to take the 1,500-meter run. That's about a 5:15 mile, nearly 10 seconds faster than she registered at the state Class 3A indoor championships.
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May 26, 1998
Vice Adm. Kleber Sandlin Masterson, 89, a battleship gunnery officer in World War II and an ordnance expert who helped build the Navy's arsenal of nuclear missiles, died May 3 at Inova Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Va.As a newly promoted rear admiral in 1957, Vice Admiral Masterson commanded the missile division in the Office of Naval Operations and joined a ballistic missiles committee that played a leading role in equipping the Navy's nuclear submarine...
SPORTS
April 11, 2001
Joe Sargent Mount St. Joseph, baseball The senior shortstop had a powerful week at the plate, hitting three home runs in three games, all wins, as the Gaels defeated No. 6 Curley, Spalding and McDonogh to hold on to the No. 2 ranking in the area. Sargent hit two home runs as the Gaels defeated Curley, 4-0, had a double in a 17-2 win over Spalding, and hit another home run in a 6-4 victory against McDonogh. Sargent, who hit nine home runs last season while earning All-Metro honors, will attend the University of Maryland next fall on a baseball scholarship.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1997
Three security guards who were accused of racism and illegally strip-searching two Towson Town Center shoppers in 1995 have sued the shoppers and their lawyer for defamation, claiming they lied at a news conference and on a radio show.The suit, filed Jan 22 in Baltimore County Circuit Court, says the shoppers were not strip-searched when they were suspected of shoplifting clothing at a Victoria's Secret store and that they set up the guards so that they could sue them.In March, the shoppers filed a $218 million lawsuit against the guards, the mall and Victoria's Secret, alleging illegal strip-searches.
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By JESSICA BAROODY and JESSICA BAROODY,PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL | November 23, 2005
Where can one go and experience New York nightlife, Havana's dance clubs and Christian missionaries all in one night? The answer is a performance of Guys and Dolls, the Tony Award-winning musical that was brought to life last week at Centennial High School. The story takes place in New York, where Nathan Detroit, a craps-game organizer, is desperate for money to fund his next game. He makes a $1,000 bet with the notorious gambler Sky Masterson that Masterson cannot take Sarah Brown, a conservative missionary, to Havana.
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September 8, 1991
Coach: Jim Horn, fifth yearAssistant Coach: Brian RainesLast year's record: 8-2-2 overall, 3-1-2 in the Central Maryland Conference, 4-1-2 in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, forward Gretchen Fogle, forward Jen Marrisette, fullback Gretchen DeWitt, fullback Julie Laudicina, fullback Lisa MastersonTop newcomers: Juniors, forward Nicky Robitaille, halfback Julie Manley; sophomore, halfback Jamie Isaacs; freshmen, goalkeeper Kendra Pulis, forward Amber ClutterCoach's...
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May 28, 2003
On May 25, 2003, GEORGE CLARENCE of Bel Air, formerly of Reisterstown, beloved husband of the late Mary Elizabeth "Bettye" Waldner, devoted father of Nancy Lee Gordy and Michael G. Waldner, father-in-law of Kelly B. Waldner, brother of Philip Gordon Waldner and John R. Waldner, grandfather of Brad M. Waldner and friend Kathy Masterson and grandson; Nickolaus B. Waldner, devoted friend of Linda Greer. Prayer services Wednesday 8:00 PM at the Fletcher Funeral Home, P.A., 254 E. Main St., Westminster, Md. Interment services Monday, June 2, 2003 at 11:30 AM at Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery with military honors.
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May 22, 2003
On May 19, 2003, JOAN CAROL(nee Edwardsen) MASTERSON. A member of VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post # 9083; beloved wife of John T. Masterson; devoted mother of Lisa E. Torres, Kimberly A. Disney and the late Cheryl Ann Ray; loving daughter of Elaine Stoneham; dear sister of Lea Edwardsen, Thomas Edwardsen, Sharon Copenshire and the late Barbara Edwardsen. Also survived by many other loving family and friends. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc, Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale)
SPORTS
April 11, 2001
Joe Sargent Mount St. Joseph, baseball The senior shortstop had a powerful week at the plate, hitting three home runs in three games, all wins, as the Gaels defeated No. 6 Curley, Spalding and McDonogh to hold on to the No. 2 ranking in the area. Sargent hit two home runs as the Gaels defeated Curley, 4-0, had a double in a 17-2 win over Spalding, and hit another home run in a 6-4 victory against McDonogh. Sargent, who hit nine home runs last season while earning All-Metro honors, will attend the University of Maryland next fall on a baseball scholarship.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 8, 2001
A cold day of weather couldn't stop River Hill's Shane Stroup, and it just might have helped Annapolis' Erin Masterson. Stroup and Masterson, two of the top distance runners in the state, both performed at the top of their game yesterday, each winning two events at the first ever Woodlawn Warrior Invitational. Each was named the meet's most outstanding performer. Chilly temperatures, light showers and a number of late withdrawals by some of the top runners put a slight damper on the meet, one of the largest in the Baltimore area with 37 teams from four different classes in attendance.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2001
Sprinter/hurdler Mike Brown and depth in the field events led the boys while distance runner Erin Masterson enabled Annapolis to sweep last night's Anne Arundel/Howard County Challenge at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover. Annapolis coach Mike Ballard said he "expected" his boys squad to win and thought his Panthers girls had a good shot because "Erin Masterson is usually worth 30 points." Masterson was the meet's only triple winner. The Panthers boys topped Anne Arundel rival Chesapeake, which cleaned up in the relays, with 99.5 to 82.5 total team points with Atholton and Mount Hebron tying for a third with 43 points.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 15, 2000
LANDOVER - Coaches and athletes who say that indoor track exists only to get competitors ready for the outdoor season obviously forgot to tell Erin Masterson about it. Passing up an opportunity to compete in an Anne Arundel County meet at the new Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex the night before, the Annapolis senior confirmed the wisdom of her decision yesterday at the same venue in the Pangaea Invitational. Masterson looked in late-May or June condition as she ripped around the 200-meter rubberized oval in a brisk 4 minutes, 56.1 seconds to take the 1,500-meter run. That's about a 5:15 mile, nearly 10 seconds faster than she registered at the state Class 3A indoor championships.
NEWS
By Elaine Tassy and Tanya Jones and Elaine Tassy and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | March 22, 1996
Two Prince George's County residents filed a $218 million lawsuit yesterday, alleging they were unlawfully strip-searched by security officers at a lingerie shop in the Towson Town Center mall after one was accused of stealing a pair of panties.Nathaniel Edward Masterson of Palmer Park and Ruth Kay Cobb of Hyattsville alleged that they were "paraded through the mall" by seven or eight uniformed Baltimore County police officers to the Victoria's Secret store, where an employee accused Mr. Masterson of theft.
NEWS
May 28, 2003
On May 25, 2003, GEORGE CLARENCE of Bel Air, formerly of Reisterstown, beloved husband of the late Mary Elizabeth "Bettye" Waldner, devoted father of Nancy Lee Gordy and Michael G. Waldner, father-in-law of Kelly B. Waldner, brother of Philip Gordon Waldner and John R. Waldner, grandfather of Brad M. Waldner and friend Kathy Masterson and grandson; Nickolaus B. Waldner, devoted friend of Linda Greer. Prayer services Wednesday 8:00 PM at the Fletcher Funeral Home, P.A., 254 E. Main St., Westminster, Md. Interment services Monday, June 2, 2003 at 11:30 AM at Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery with military honors.
NEWS
By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2000
A CHORUS OF singing gangsters rolls the dice to determine the outcome of love-me, love-me-not relationships in the musical "Guys and Dolls," which will be performed by North Carroll Middle School pupils at 7 p.m. April 13 and 14. Directed by music teachers Thilana Quick and Maryann Villa, this is a junior version of the Broadway hit, scored for middle school voices and scripted for their abilities. They chose this play because a large number of pupils could be involved, and a lot of boys wanted to sing on stage.
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