Absence.html jeanne T. Amlund, assistant professor of educational psychology Michael P. johnson, associate professor of sociology Evan P. watkins, professor of English and http://www.psu.edu/ur/archives/intercom_2001/Jan18/absence.html
Creative Loafing Charlotte | THIS WEEK IN jeanne Rauch Gallery, Gaston College Africa Now Queens University watkins Gallery Confluences Influences include Henry Barnes, Geoffrey johnson, Connie Winters http://charlotte.creativeloafing.com/newsstand/2003-02-12/arts_agenda.html
STPAPERS by Meredith Halliday, jeanne Jones and by Nora johnson. Felicia Schmidt, Luke Napolitan, Amy Comfort, Ralph Naess, Bill Leonard, Jody watkins, Beverly Stein http://www.evergreen.edu/library/ARCHWWW/AccessionPages/1988Accessions/Accession
Extractions: 88-01 / [ ] / Forest Ecosystem on the Evergreen State College. / by [ ]. / Contract Studies : The Evergreen Environment. / Faculty: Herman, Steve and Wiedemann, Al. / Olympia: TESC,1972/73. / 2D4.3 #1. 88-01 / [ ]. / Project OPRA: intercommunication with the killer whale. / by [ ] . / [ ]. / [ ] . / Olympia: TESC, 1975./ 2D6.5 #2 88-01 / Acker, J.R., et. al. / Vegetation-soil relationships of a forest community in the Tsuga Heterophylla zone, Washington. / by J.R. Acker, R. Gerrish, C.R. Griffin, B.J. Holder, M. Jennings, L. Johns III, H.R. Postovit. / Group Contract : The Evergreen Environment II 1973/1974. / Faculty: Herman, Steve and Wiedemann, Al./ Olympia: TESC, [1973 ]. / 2D4.3 #8. / 88-01 / Adair, Mary. / The Evergreen State College Solid Waste Management Project Report: Towards a comprehensive management plan for Thurston County. / by Mary Adair, Joseph Dear, Ron Gold, Alethea Hackett, Lanny Henoch, Jim Lang, Steve Rust, and Gay Vogt. / Coordinated Studies Programs : Applied Environmental Studies and Humane Technospheres. / Faculty: Russel Lidman, Carolyn Dobbs, Oscar Soule and Bob Filmer. / Olympia: TESC, 1975. / 2D3.2 #2. / 88-01 / Adams, Hank. / A new analysis of Indian treaty fishing rights and the division of salmon resources in the Pacific Northwest and a different interpretation of the law and meanings of "in common". / by Hank Adams. / Group Contract: Cultures of the Pacific Northwest. / [ ]. / Olympia: TESC, (W) 1978. / 2D3.8 #4. /
Extractions: This book is a continuation of and addition to the Cary-Estes Genealogy compiled and arranged by May Folk Webb and Patrick Mann Estes, published 1939 and reprinted by Helen Estes Seltzer in 1979. You can see the Estes coat-of-arms, from the dustjacket, at http://www.samizdat.com/gen/estes/estes.html For details on how to order the print books (both Cary-Estes-Moore and Cary-Estes), see http://www.samizdat.com/gen.html We plan to continuously update this file. If you are mentioned here or have documentation relating to others mentioned here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make the appropriate changes and additions. Also, please let us know if you see any typos. (This page was generated from the printed book using a scanner, and scanners are not perfect.) Also, if you are mentioned here, please let us know if you'd like us to include here your email address and/or URL. Over the next few months, we plan to post at this site other sections of the Cary-Estes-Moore book (Estes Activities and Accolades; Estes History, Legends, and Documents; Estes Connections; Cary Listings; Cary History and Legends; Moore Listings; Moore History and Connections; and Family Album [photos]).
Honolulu Advertiser Star-Bulletin Obituaries daughter, Monica Smith; sisters, Belle johnson, Cathy Ward Yvonne Kaikainahaole, Linda Espinoza and jeanne Tamura; nine ELIZABETH MARY watkins, 78, of Pearl City http://w3.byuh.edu/library/obituaries/2002/W.htm
Extractions: January 1 - December 31, BERT CHING LIN CHAN WA, 82, of Mililani, died March 30, 2002. Retired from Guaranteed Mutual Life Underwriters Inc. as president and manager. Survived by wife, Lan Hung; son, Ivan; daughter, Valerie Tucker; sisters, Miu Lan Apo, Momi Fujimoto and Stella Fowler; three grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary. [Adv 11/4/2002] HERMAN KAANAANA WAA, 76, of Ka'alaea, died May 3, 2002. Born in La'ie. A retired highway construction heavy equipment operator. Survived by wife, Nellie; sons, Herman Jr., Wayne and Warren; daughter, Hernel; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; hanai sons, Darren Dacuson and David Cunha; hanai daughter, Tetele Acedo. Visitation 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park; service 7 p.m. Committal service 10 a.m. Monday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire. [Adv 8/5/2002] TOSHIKO WACHI, 88, of Kalopa, Hawai'i, died Jan. 2, 2002. Born in Pa'auhau, Hawai'i. A retired independent sugarcane grower and member of Hamakua Jodo Mission. Survived by sons, Alan, George and Leslie; sister, Evelyn Murashige; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Hamakua Jodo Mission; service over the ashes 3 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo. [Adv 6/1/2002] LINDA WADLEY
ARLIS NA Update October 2002 jeanne can be contacted at email@example.com. Bruce johnson, coordinator of the Arts and Crafts conference at the Grove Park, will lead the group watkins, Paul http://www.arlisna.org/updateoct2002.html
Extractions: Number 5 - October 2002 From the President The proposed change to Article IX of the bylaws, covering nominations and elections, passed with 239 members voting for the change, and 18 against. The Nominating Committee, chaired by Roger Lawson, is using the new procedure for this year's election. The complete text of the changed bylaw is posted on the ARLIS/NA Web site. The Executive Boards mid-year meeting took place over the weekend of 10-11 August at the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture in New York City. I would like to extend the entire boards thanks to Greta Earnest, chief librarian, who was our gracious host. Here are some of the highlights of the meeting: Approved the 2003 budget; we are in good shape, but still too dependent on the financial success of the conference to cover our operating costs; Approved the slate of officers for 2003 recommended by the Nominating Committee; Transferred monies to fully fund the Speakers Fund to help fulfill Goal II of the strategic plan; this was possible because of the success of the St. Louis conference; Approved new approaches to fundraising, both from individuals and from businesses and corporations;
Classical Music CDs Robert Rodriguez , Marcos Loya , Steve / watkins, Ben Stevens John , Danny Elfman , Richard johnson , Al Rinker Cast) ~ Laurence O Keefe , jeanne LeBlanc , Jim http://www.crimsonbird.com/music/classical-cd.htm
Extractions: Closer ~ Josh Groban Wicked (2003 Original Broadway Cast) ~ Stephen Schwartz , Kristin Chenoweth , Idina Menzel The Lord of the Rings : The Return of the King ~ Howard Shore , Howard Shore , Dermot Crehan , Renee Fleming , Ulrich Herkenhoff , Various Artists Mamma Mia! (The Musical Based on the Songs of ABBA) ~ Benny / Ulvaeus, Bjorn / Anderson, Stig Andersson , Julian Poole , Jenny Galloway , Nicolas Colicos , Paul Clarkson , Bjorn Ulvaeus , Lisa Stokke , Eliza Lumley , Melissa Gibson , Siobhan McCarthy ...
Cover: Sound Check '98 1996 Contact Jerome Marty, 5447 jeanne-Mance 1 New World Raging (cd) - Contact Stuart watkins, 2-319 H4L 2Z1, 488-0241 Scott johnson Ensemble - Musique http://www.montrealmirror.com/ARCHIVES/1998/SOUNDCHECK98/
Any Amount Of Books: Authors C-D A FRAGMENT OF THE VISION OF SHEIKH HAJI IBRAHIM OF KERBELA. watkins, London, 1976. MISTER johnson. Michael Joseph, London, 1947. CASTELANE, jeanne. http://www.anyamountofbooks.com/c-d.html
Extractions: A-B C-D E-F G-H I-J K-L M-N O-P Q-R S-T U-V W-X Y-Z Home C. A. A. (A. A. Cowles). SEMITONES. Brentano's, New York, 1907. First Edition. Hardback. 8vo. pp xiv, 105. 500 copies on Japanese hand - made paper. Poetry. White vellum style binding lettered gilt. Slight foxing to prelims otherwise VG+. A13722 £18.00 C. C. R. MINORA CARMINA. TRIVIAL VERSES. Swan Sonnenschein, London, 1887. First Edition. Hardback. Small 8vo. Signed presentation copy 'Archibald Drummond with the author's kind regardsC.C.R.' There are quite alot of small corrections and handwritten changes of words throughout, almost certainly authorial. Verses of leisured life in London, Oxford and the counties with one poem about a cricket match 'At Lords,' and poems of archery ('A fair Toxopholite') and sport at Henley and Hurlingham. Green cloth lettered gilt, with small gilt pictorial armorial illustration on cover.Very good solid clean tight copy with slight wear at spine ends and corners,. A11035 £36.00 C. O. C. O.'S CAMEOS. Methuen, London, 1925. First Edition. Hardback. Dust Jacket. 8vo. pp vii, 206 and 8pp publishers ads. Essyas and sketches from Evening Standard journalists. Spine slightly faded otherwise VG in remnants of dust jacket (cover and inner front flap). Neat name on front endpaper. A53320 £20.00 CABANAS SAGUIER, Pastor. RICOS Y POBRES. La Colmena, Asuncion, Paraguay, 1928. First Edition. Wraps. 8vo. Fragile pamphlet. pp 8. Slight wear, otherwise very good. A11161 £18.00
Leitura 1C Sue johnson Suellen johnson Tom johnson, Labor Union Silverman, writer/student/teacher jeanne Silverthorne Michael Julie Waters Jennifer watkins Geoff Watson http://www.oficinainforma.com.br/semana/leituras-20020921/01c.htm
Who's Who In Nebraska - Lascaster County s of Richard Empey UpsonMary johnson; ed U of Oscar Leagle, Louis Victor Soar, jeanne Boyd, John watkins, GRANT Vice-President Department Store; b Springville http://www.rootsweb.com/~neresour/OLLibrary/who1940/co/Lancaster/lancstrq.htm
Extractions: TRUMAN, GEORGE E : Secretary Railroad Commission; b Des Moines, Ia June 22, 1901; s of Richard Truman-Mary Normally; ed Des Moines Ia; Creighton U, PhB 1923, LLB 1925; Gamma Eta Gamma; m Catharine Murphy Nov 24, 1926 Omaha; d Mary Alice; 1928-37 prac law in Omaha; 1937- secy state RR commission; 1935 apptd to 51st session Neb legislature; Cath Ch; Dem; off State Capitol; res 800 S 16th, Lincoln. TYSDAL, MERLIN HEWITT : Professor of Agronomy; b Lee, Ill Dec 14, 1902; s of Martin P Tysdal-Julia Olson; ed Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada HS 1918; U of Saskatchewan, BSA 1924; Kansas St Coll, MSc 1926; U of Minn, PhD 1931; 1927-28 studied in Sweden as fellow of Scandinavian Foundation; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Sigma Xi; Phi Kappa Phi; m Esther A Eastvold Dec 14, 1928 Volin S D; s Royal Merlin; d Sylvia Rae; 1924-25 in advertising branch, Internatl Harvester Co; 1925-26 asst, in agronomy dept, Kas St Coll, Manhattan; 1926-27 instr, U of Minn; 1928-30 asst agronomist in bur of plant industry, USDA; 1930-36 assoc agronomist; 1936- agronomist; 1936- prof of agronomy, U of N; owner of farm in Canada; Amer Soc of Agronomy; ch mbr Canadian Soc of Technical Agr; Neb Crop Growers Assn; Meth Ch; hobbies, games, handball, basketball; paternal grandfather emigrated from Norway to US in nineteenth century; off Plant Industry Bldg U of N; res 1142 N 44th, Lincoln.
CSIndy: Event Listings (April 27 - May 3, 2000) and oil work of Tom Leech, and the fabric of jeanne Schenk Steiner 8 Neville Brothers, Craig Chaquico, Warren Hill KHIH s Kenny johnson Band. Susie watkins? http://www.csindy.com/csindy/2000-04-27/listings.html
Extractions: Art Shows and Galleries Arati Artists Gallery , 2425 W. Colorado Ave., 636-1901. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., noon to 4 p.m. Presenting a spring show featuring the work on Lucille Damico on Sun., May 7, 1-4 p.m. Bridge Gallery , 218 W. Colorado Ave., 630-1514. Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, noon to 3 p.m. Appointments available. Featuring Everyday Epiphanies , a show of the colored pencil drawings by John Venezia, opening April 28, 5-8 p.m., through May 14. Colorado Springs Airport , 7777 Drennan Road. Featuring an exhibit by Mel Strawn, Bernice Strawn, Clarence Shivers, Robert Schmitz and Fred Darpino, through June 30. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center , 30 W. Dale St., 634-5581. $2-$4. Free to members and free to all on Saturdays. Tues.-Fri., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sun., 1-5 p.m. Daily docent tours at 10:30 a.m. Deja Views: Contemporary Art from Recycled Sources , through June 18. 38th annual Young People's Art Exhibition featuring the work of El Paso County elementary and secondary students, opens April 29 and runs through May 21.
Seattle Mystery Bookshop jeanne M. Dams, Killing Cassidy (Nov., Walker hc, 23.95). Dolores johnson, Homicide and Old Lace (Sept., Dell pbo, 5.99). Paul watkins, The Forger (Nov., St. http://www.seattlemystery.com/fall00.htm
Extractions: Seattle Mystery Bookshop N e w s l e t t e r 117 Cherry St. Seattle, WA 98104 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Bill Farley, Founder /J. B. Dickey, Owner/ Tammy Domike, Manager Susan Dennis / Sandy Goodrick / Karen Duncan In This Issue: Author Appearances Auction Department New Northwest Releases Late Recommendations For Summer Releases ... Calendars AUTHOR APPEARANCES Tues., Sept. 12, 11:30, a double signing: Donna Anders signs Dead Silence AND Ann Rule signs the special 20 th anniversary edition of Stranger Beside Me , with a new afterward, and paperbacks of And Never Let Her Go. Wed., Sept. 13, noon, Laura Lippman signs Sugar House AND at 2:30 Val McDermid signs Place of Execution Thurs., Sept. 14, noon, John Gilstrap signs Even Steven Fri., Sept. 22, noon, Margaret Coel signs The Spirit Woman Thurs., Sept. 28, noon, Mary Freeman signs Bleeding Hearts Wed., Oct. 18 , noon, Judith R. Parker signs Twist of Terror, a mystery in CD format Tues., Oct. 24
New York Times: May 2002 Fuel Rods and Brass Tacks (By KIRK johnson, May 26 VOWS Fatima Jones and Jasiri Kafele (By MEL watkins, May 26 189811/7/1978, Hal David 1921, jeanne Crain 1925 http://www.wisdomportal.com/NYTimes-May2002.html
Extractions: On This Day: May 31 (Margaret Beaufort 5/31/1443-6/29/1509, Walt Whitman 5/31/1819-3/26/1892, William Rockefeller 5/31/1841-6/24/1922, William Pirrie 5/31/1847-6/7/1924, Walter Sickert 5/31/1860-1/22/1942, Charles Abbot 5/31/1872-12/17/1973, Fred Allen 5/31/1894-3/17/1956, Patricia Harris 5/31/1924-3/23/1985, Prince Rainier 1923, Wlaine Stewart 1929, Clint Eastwood 1930, Keir Dullea 1936, Peter Yarrow 1938, Sharon Gless 1943, Joe Namath 1943, Tom Berenger 1950, Gregory Harrison 1950) On This Day: May 30 (Alice Stopford Green 5/30/1847-5/28/1929, Giovanni Gentile 5/30/1875-4/15/1944, James Farley 5/30/1888-6/9/1976, Howard Hawks 5/30/1896-12/26/1977, Irving Thalberg 5/30/1899-9/14/1936, Cornelia Otis Skinner 5/30/1901-7/9/1979, Hannes Alfven 5/30/1908-4/2/1995, Mel Blanc 5/30/1908-7/10/1989, Joseph Wm. Kennedy 5/30/1916-5/5/1957, Johnny Gimble 1926, Clint Walker 1927, Ruta Lee 1936, Michaeld J. Pollard 1939, Wyonna Judd 1964)
Welcome To Sound 323 also 9 from the lanevillejohnson union brass hemphill, toshinori kondo, masahiko kono, jeanne lee, seizan CAMPBELL KNEALE/STEFAN NEVILLE/CLINTON watkins - s/t http://www.web-malls.net/sound323/
Archives: Story Gay, Fort Worth StarTelegram; jeanne Claire Van Vasquez, Valley Morning Star; Jim watkins, Lubbock Avalanche Goodrich, Gary Borders, Johnny johnson and Emily http://www.corsicanadailysun.com/articles/2004/03/30/news/news20.txt
Extractions: 3/28 Texas APME Awards List Also, winners in the first Texas APME Headliners Excellence in Journalism Awards contest were announced. Winning entries for these awards will be submitted to a panel of judges selected by the Headliners Foundation, who will select an overall winner in each category. Winners will be announced at an April 17 ceremony at the Headliners Club in Austin. On Sunday, winners will be announced in the Texas APME Newspapers of the Year and AP staff awards contests. DIVISION I: APME NEWSPAPER CATEGORIES COMMUNITY SERVICE Class AAAA 1. Diane Jennings, Robert Tharp, Darlean Spangenberger and Molly Motley, The Dallas Morning News, "Betrayal of Trust." 2. Alberta Phillips, Austin American-Statesman. Honorable Mention: Dick Reavis, San Antonio Express-News; Keven Ann Willey, Carolyn Berta, Tim O'Leary and Jim Frisinger, The Dallas Morning News. Class AAA 1. Richard L. Smith, Miguel Liscano, Cindy V. Culp, Mike Copeland, John Young and Carlos Sanchez, Waco Tribune-Herald, "VA Hospital." 2. Staff, The Monitor, McAllen. Honorable Mention: Lisa McDermott, Prashansa Sai, Les Minor, Ethel Channon, Texarkana Gazette; Staff, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Class AA 1. Staff, The Galveston County Daily News, "Ready or Not." 2. Staff, Greenville Herald Banner. Honorable Mention: Staff, The Daily Sentinel, Nacogdoches; Staff, The Courier, Conroe; Staff, The Lufkin Daily News. Class A
Olney Phonebox Home Page jeanne Minney Tel 01234 713505, or email Olney National Women s Register, Marilyn watkins 240110; Olney Tuesday Afternoon Club, Gladys johnson 01234 711666; URC http://www.olneyphonebox.com/events.php