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February 5, 1996
Last week I reported on the need the Carroll County Choral Arts Society has for new vocalists to perform in a May 7 concert, Mozart's "Requiem." The concert will be held at Westminster United Methodist Church.I requested that interested people contact Patricia Rouzer, but her phone number was incorrectly listed. Interested vocalists may reach Ms. Rouzer at 840-9220.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 8, 2012
Phyllis J. Rouzer, a homemaker and former jewelry sales associate, died Dec. 27 of cancer at Lorien Assisted Living in Mount Airy. The longtime resident of Poplar Springs, Howard County, was 92. The daughter of a radio station executive and homemaker, the former Phyllis J. Rhoads was born in Syracuse, N.Y., and moved to Baltimore with her family when she was a child. A 1937 graduate of Eastern High School, Mrs. Rouzer attended a secretarial school and worked briefly as a legal secretary before her marriage to George William Rouzer in 1939.
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NEWS
May 7, 1995
Dr. Carol A. Rouzer, associate professor of chemistry, was named the 1995 Distinguished Teacher at Western Maryland College during the annual Senior Investiture and Honors Convocation April 30.A faculty member since 1989, Ms. Rouzer was honored for her ability to explain complex concepts and their applications to students, and to challenge them in the classroom and outside it.A native of Hagerstown, Ms. Rouzer graduated with highest honors from Western Maryland...
BUSINESS
By DAN THANH DANG | January 15, 2008
The Q: You've probably seen the signs in convenience stores, gas stations and other businesses saying you have to make a minimum purchase to use a credit or debit card. The minimum amount often varies from $5 to $20, effectively forcing you to buy more than you might need to use your plastic. Beverly Rouzer of Randallstown said she was recently in a deli near her home when an elderly man attempted to pay with a credit card and was refused.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2001
When the several dozen members of Westminster Choral Arts Society join Saturday night to sing the Hallelujah chorus of Handel's Messiah, soprano Patricia A. Rouzer will know for certain that Christmas has finally arrived. "There's something missing from the holiday season if you don't hear a live performance of the Messiah," said Rouzer, who lives in Westminster and has sung with the group since 1994. But this Christmas concert will be bittersweet for Rouzer and other members of the 25-year-old community singing group that specializes in classical music, because it could be their last one. The group's music director, Douglas Brandt Byerly, and its accompanist, Diane Kinsley Stelz, are leaving after the Christmas concert for other professional commitments.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2001
When the several dozen members of the Westminster Choral Arts Society join together tomorrow night to sing the Hallelujah chorus of Handel's Messiah, soprano Patricia A. Rouzer will know for certain that Christmas has finally arrived. "There's something missing from the holiday season if you don't hear a live performance of the Messiah," said Rouzer, who lives in Westminster and has sung with the group since 1994. But this Christmas concert is bittersweet for Rouzer and the rest of the members of the 25-year-old community singing group that specializes in classical music, because it could be their last one. The group's music director, Douglas Brandt Byerly, and its accompanist, Diane Kinsley Stelz, are leaving after the Christmas concert for other professional commitments.
BUSINESS
By DAN THANH DANG | January 15, 2008
The Q: You've probably seen the signs in convenience stores, gas stations and other businesses saying you have to make a minimum purchase to use a credit or debit card. The minimum amount often varies from $5 to $20, effectively forcing you to buy more than you might need to use your plastic. Beverly Rouzer of Randallstown said she was recently in a deli near her home when an elderly man attempted to pay with a credit card and was refused.
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By Gregory P. Kane and Melody Simmons and Gregory P. Kane and Melody Simmons,Sun Staff Writers | March 1, 1994
"The main thing is, we're hanging tough," said Jackie Roberts Sr., 36, as he described the anguish caused by the deaths of nine people, including his three children, in a Southwest Baltimore rowhouse on Saturday.Seven children and two adults perished when the fire engulfed a house at 2035 Hollins St. The adults were Villett Green, his girlfriend's sister, and Pierre Dorsey, a friend of Ms. Green's.Yesterday, Mr. Roberts recalled the blaze while sitting in an Northeast Baltimore rowhouse surrounded by Ms. Green's friends and relatives.
NEWS
February 17, 2005
On February 14, 2005 DELORES F., beloved wife of William H. Also survived by three sons Allen L. Graves, Dewayne L. and William D. Swinton, two daughters Vanessa Scott and Iris D. Burrell, three brother Tyron Howard, Edward Epps and William Graves, two sisters Deborah C. Rouzer and Darlene V. Alexander. Friends may call at the Wylie Funeral Home, P.A., 638 N. Gilmore Street on Thursday 5 to 8 P.M. Family will receive friends on Friday 10:30 A.M. Funeral 11 A.M. at Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, 2651 W. North Avenue.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1999
Eight Western Maryland College students were arrested on marijuana charges in two unrelated raids at a campus dormitory Thursday and early Friday, Westminster police said.City police officers found eight small bags of marijuana in a dormitory room at Rouzer Hall after responding to a report Thursday night that marijuana was being smoked and sold there, authorities said.Arrested were William J. Convery, 21, of Collingswood, N.J., Brian D. Maxfield, 18, of Beltsville, and Thomas E. Brown, 18, of Laurel.
NEWS
February 17, 2005
On February 14, 2005 DELORES F., beloved wife of William H. Also survived by three sons Allen L. Graves, Dewayne L. and William D. Swinton, two daughters Vanessa Scott and Iris D. Burrell, three brother Tyron Howard, Edward Epps and William Graves, two sisters Deborah C. Rouzer and Darlene V. Alexander. Friends may call at the Wylie Funeral Home, P.A., 638 N. Gilmore Street on Thursday 5 to 8 P.M. Family will receive friends on Friday 10:30 A.M. Funeral 11 A.M. at Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, 2651 W. North Avenue.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2001
When the several dozen members of Westminster Choral Arts Society join Saturday night to sing the Hallelujah chorus of Handel's Messiah, soprano Patricia A. Rouzer will know for certain that Christmas has finally arrived. "There's something missing from the holiday season if you don't hear a live performance of the Messiah," said Rouzer, who lives in Westminster and has sung with the group since 1994. But this Christmas concert will be bittersweet for Rouzer and other members of the 25-year-old community singing group that specializes in classical music, because it could be their last one. The group's music director, Douglas Brandt Byerly, and its accompanist, Diane Kinsley Stelz, are leaving after the Christmas concert for other professional commitments.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2001
When the several dozen members of the Westminster Choral Arts Society join together tomorrow night to sing the Hallelujah chorus of Handel's Messiah, soprano Patricia A. Rouzer will know for certain that Christmas has finally arrived. "There's something missing from the holiday season if you don't hear a live performance of the Messiah," said Rouzer, who lives in Westminster and has sung with the group since 1994. But this Christmas concert is bittersweet for Rouzer and the rest of the members of the 25-year-old community singing group that specializes in classical music, because it could be their last one. The group's music director, Douglas Brandt Byerly, and its accompanist, Diane Kinsley Stelz, are leaving after the Christmas concert for other professional commitments.
NEWS
By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | October 31, 2000
Four Western Maryland College students and three other teen-agers were arrested in a freshman dormitory over the weekend and charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, authorities said. The teen-agers were arrested at 1:37 a.m. Sunday after Campus Safety officers investigated a complaint about loud music on the third floor of Rouzer Hall, which also houses security offices. When officers arrived, they smelled marijuana and immediately called Westminster police, who seized a pipe and a bag of marijuana during a search.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1999
Eight Western Maryland College students were arrested on marijuana charges in two unrelated raids at a campus dormitory Thursday and early Friday, Westminster police said.City police officers found eight small bags of marijuana in a dormitory room at Rouzer Hall after responding to a report Thursday night that marijuana was being smoked and sold there, authorities said.Arrested were William J. Convery, 21, of Collingswood, N.J., Brian D. Maxfield, 18, of Beltsville, and Thomas E. Brown, 18, of Laurel.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1997
Walbrook's Kelvin Bridges could hardly contain his excitement during the weeks leading up to yesterday's City West Division showdown at Northwestern, but the fourth-year coach had eaten boastful words in the past.Yesterday, during the cold, rainy, sloppy conditions of the Wildcats' homecoming, Bridges was rewarded for biting his tongue as visiting Walbrook stopped Northwestern, 20-6, for what is believed to be the program's first football title of the decade.It was the seventh straight win for Walbrook (7-2, 6-0)
NEWS
January 5, 1992
A $35,000 Cottrell College science award from Research Corporation of Tucson has been awarded to Dr. Carol A. Rouzer, assistant professor of chemistry at Western Maryland College, for a two-year research program on a potential series of anti-cancer compounds.The program will involve the study of 1,3-dialkyl-3-acyltriazenes, substances that react with human DNA. Dr. Rouzer, principal investigator for the project, said the research will involve in-vitro biochemical experiments with the substance to determine how it is metabolized.
NEWS
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1994
Eight caskets, seven hearses, 40 pallbearers -- the sheer magnitude of the funeral at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church was obvious even to the onlookers who gathered along East Preston Street and Rutland Avenue.It was a week ago tonight that nine people died in a West Baltimore rowhouse fire ignited by a candle, their source of light since electricity in the house was turned off in October. Yesterday, eight of the victims -- 28-year-old Vilette Jones and seven nieces and nephews -- were eulogized at the church were Ms. Jones had turned so often for comfort.
NEWS
February 5, 1996
Last week I reported on the need the Carroll County Choral Arts Society has for new vocalists to perform in a May 7 concert, Mozart's "Requiem." The concert will be held at Westminster United Methodist Church.I requested that interested people contact Patricia Rouzer, but her phone number was incorrectly listed. Interested vocalists may reach Ms. Rouzer at 840-9220.
NEWS
May 7, 1995
Dr. Carol A. Rouzer, associate professor of chemistry, was named the 1995 Distinguished Teacher at Western Maryland College during the annual Senior Investiture and Honors Convocation April 30.A faculty member since 1989, Ms. Rouzer was honored for her ability to explain complex concepts and their applications to students, and to challenge them in the classroom and outside it.A native of Hagerstown, Ms. Rouzer graduated with highest honors from Western Maryland...
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