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Grand View Park Cemetary Association
6901 Maloney Avenue
Hopkins , MN 55343
(952) 938-1135
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Washburn Mcreavy Funeral Chapels and Cremation Services
1400 Mainstreet
Hopkins , MN 55343
(952) 938-9020
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Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
North Seventh Street, 4:08 p.m. Tuesday A person accused of striking a male with a metal object and causing potentially life-threatening injuries was located and arrested. Hopkins Road and Sullivan Avenue, 10:01 p.m. Tuesday A 17-year-old was treated for a non-life threatening gunshot wound and arrested following a confrontation between two rival gangs. According to police, at least one shot was fired from each side. BURLINGAME 1100 block of Broadway, 11:07 p.m. Monday When contacted, people reported to be talking and laughing too loud promised to keep it down. California and Trousdale drives, 6:20 p.m. Tuesday A 29-year-old driver accused of striking a cyclist and driving off was located and arrested for felony hit-and-run. LOS GATOS Garden Hill Way, Nob Hill Way and Ivy Hill Way, Wednesday morning Two vehicles were burglarized overnight and a bike was stolen. FREMONT Darwin Drive, early Thursday Property was taken during a residential burglary, including a Porsche Boxer convertible. ATHERTON Greenoaks Drive, 8:07 p.m. Monday Jewelry was reported missing from a residence following a party. Walsh Road, 9:36 p.m. Monday A dog who ran up a tree and would not come down received assistance from the fire department. 100 block of Patricia Drive, 10:56 p.m. Wednesday A person arriving home saw a person wearing black moving around inside the garage. CAMPBELL 500 block of West Hacienda Avenue, Wednesday A person learned that someone filed a tax return using their name and had received a refund. 700 block of Nido Drive, 8 a.m. Wednesday A 27-inch Samsung flat-screen television was taken from an unlocked recreation room. 500 block of East Latimer Avenue, Wednesday A white 2000 BMW 328 was stolen overnight. Campbell Avenue and La Pradera Drive, 7:11 p.m. Wednesday A 19-year-old driver who collided with a fence was arrested for driving under the influence. SAN MATEO 1500 block of Yew Street, 1:36 p.m. Tuesday A house was ransacked during a burglary. FOSTER CITY Pilgrim Drive, 3:50 p.m. Wednesday Three dead birds in a driveway appeared to have been placed in a triangle. BELMONT Continentals Way, 7:26 a.m. Wednesday A Toyota truck parked in a secured garage was stolen. Hastings Drive, 5:56 p.m. Wednesday A residence was burglarized between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. REDWOOD CITY Main Street, 8:27 a.m. Wednesday A woman was seen trying to force open the door to a camper on a truck bed. St. Francisco Street, 9:48 a.m. Wednesday Because an aerial bucket being used by a neighbor to trim a tree was leaning over a person's property, the person asked police to cite the neighbor for trespassing. Vera Avenue, 6:31 p.m. Wednesday Young juveniles were reported to be creating a disturbance with th...

Surviving the Apocalypse, the Best Unis in Hockey, and the Peyton Manning Drama - ESPN

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
I've got that going for me, which is nice. Thoughts on who should win the Calder? Gotta be Gabriel Landeskog, right? Ryan Nugent-Hopkins has the flair and the goal scoring touch and Ad...

Clarksville reporter begins journey through her genealogy - Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
I remember as a child sitting in porcelain bathtub with pillows and books surrounding me at the Christian County Public Library in Hopkinsville, Ky., many Saturdays. This tub was my babysitter and the books and my little sister Tosha, my friends for the many hours, my father, Tedrick, lost himself in the genealogy room several yards away. He always emerged hours later, with a notebook, file folders and papers in hand. He always had a smile on his face and a whistle with his step like he had just found a treasure. I never unde...

A 'snapshot' of DC's segregated past comes to light in a roundabout way - Washington Post

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Spring. And so he went to meet that granddaughter, Delores Mounsey, who grew up in the University Terrace house. Nixon designed it for his daughter Ethel (Delores’s mother), a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins Hospital. As James flipped through family scrapbooks looking for information on the house, he found something else: page after page relating to Nixon’s involvement with AOI (Colored). Nixon was president of the organization from 1942 until shortly before his death at age 91 in 1962. “It was really extraordinary,” James said of his serendipitous discovery. Delores has donated three scrapbooks to the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center at Howard University. “It’s really a snapshot of black upper-middle-class life during this time period in Washington, D.C.,” said Ida Jones, curator in the center’s manuscript division. “It will be a nice planet in our universe. William Nixon was an interesting man. He was born in 1871 and graduated from D.C.’s Miner Normal School in 1891. He never attended a four-year college. It’s unclear how he developed his design skill — whether it was something he was born with or something he learned — but Nixon eventually became an art teacher in District public high schools, retiring as co-director of art at Dunbar. He put his artistic skills to use in all manner of media. He designed the packaging for a patent medicine called Harris’ New Blood Tonic. (The logo showed a rabbit jumping through a hoop, an illustration, perhaps, of how rejuvenating the tonic was.) He painted landscapes and designed stage sets. He arranged tableaus, those ornate, living recreations of classical scenes so beloved in the 1920s. He hand-carved at least one piece of furniture. (Delores has the intricately detailed wooden chair.) And he designed three houses and a commercial building. Of his sinuous University Terrace house, Delores remembered her grandfather saying, “Anybody can draw a straight line.” Nixon used his position with AOI to fight for the integration of the District’s police and fire departments. His obituary in the Afro-American noted that he took a personal interest in the case of Carl and Anne Braden , a white activist couple who were charged with sedition for helping a black family buy a home in a segregated Louisville neighborhood. Nixon helped raise f...

Catherine Nutter - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Also surviving are two brothers, John Virts and wife Virginia of Keyser and Stanley Virts and wife Susie of Baltimore, MD; five sisters, Alice "Sis" Hopkins, Anna Staggs, Mary Ingle, ArleneHott and husband Bob and Doris Davis, all of Keyser  and many beloved nieces and nephews.At Mrs. Nutter's request, there will be no public visitation.A Celebration of Life service will be conducted at a later date with times and locations to be announced.Interment will be in the Cabin Run Cemetery, Keyser.The Smith Funeral Home, Keyser Chapel, is in charge of the arrangements.Condolences and personal reflections to the family may be left after Mrs. Nutter's obituary at www.smithfuneralhomes.net.

Richard L. Pease, Cooperative Extension fruit agent

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Division of the 500th Bomb Squadron. He enjoyed gardening and traveling. His first wife, Alice, died in 1990. Survivors include his wife, the former Gladys Ehrenreich; two daughters, Barbara Hopkins and Carol Blumrick; and a son, Gilbert A. Services will be at 11 a. m. Thursday in Middleport United Methodist Church, 5 Park Ave. Military honors will be accorded by members of Butts-Clark Post; Lincoln Post 1483, Veterans of Foreign Wars; and Leo Grabowski Memorial Chapter 202, Disabled American Veterans. (The Buffalo News)

Richard L. Pease, Cooperative Extension fruit agent

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Division of the 500th Bomb Squadron. He enjoyed gardening and traveling. His first wife, Alice, died in 1990. Survivors include his wife, the former Gladys Ehrenreich; two daughters, Barbara Hopkins and Carol Blumrick; and a son, Gilbert A. Services will be at 11 a. m. Thursday in Middleport United Methodist Church, 5 Park Ave. Military honors will be accorded by members of Butts-Clark Post; Lincoln Post 1483, Veterans of Foreign Wars; and Leo Grabowski Memorial Chapter 202, Disabled American Veterans. (The Buffalo News)

Living in the past: Uncovering your home's roots - San Jose Mercury News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Remember the stack of papers you signed at sale closure? There may be nuggets within them related to deed and title searches. I found a copy of an 1890 document from Timothy Hopkins, trustee for the newly created Stanford University. With the Stanfords' support, Hopkins had purchased the land he named "University Park," which would later become the core of Palo Alto. It proves Hopkins turned over the property to Henry Jay Mahany, who later subdivided it into parcels. City directories Unlike tax records, which record changes in ownership, city directories list the names of adults in a household by street address. A city directory -- most usually the "Polk Directory," published by R.L. Polk & Co. -- is a great source if you want to know more about who actually lived in your house. Tenants, rather than owners, are listed. An added feature for many years was the listing of occupations for head of household. From the 1920s forward, Polk directories even "cross indexed" so you can look up a listing by address, not just the last name of the occupant. Sadly, they quit publishing in the 1950s, when towns grew big and residents were less willing to hand over personal information to door-to-door solicitors. Eventually they were replaced by phone books. The Haines Criss-Cross and Pacific Bell Reverse Directories are useful for finding who lived in your house after 1979. Polk directories were limited to cities. If people were farmers, its not a great tool, Staiger says. There is also a bias toward middle- and upper-classes, he says. In working-class tenement apartments, lists are incomplete, even absent. The directory is how I discovered the identities of my home's former residents: phone lineman William Rumbold in 1925; osteopath Carl Lind in 1926 to 1927, then department store display man ?George Johnson, physician Harry Pittock, bookkeeper John Shand, insurance agent Willis Thoits, station attendant John Terry, and so on. p...

Edward B. Lauer, supermarket owner - Baltimore Sun

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Baltimore and raised on Edmondson Avenue.He was a 1944 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington, and earned a bachelor's degree four years later in business from the Johns Hopkins University."He was a self-made man and had worked since he was young. He put himself through Mount St. Joe and Hopkins," said another daughter, Elizabeth A. Gilley of Herndon, Va.After briefly working for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Mr. Lauer went to work in the early 1950s for the old Food Fair grocery stores, where he rose to manage stores in Severna Park and Mondawmin.In the late 1960s, he left Food Fair and took a job with P.A.S. Small, a Pennsylvania grocery purveyor and distributor.When Mr. Lauer first broached with family members the notion of buying a grocery store in Pasadena, they were somewhat skeptical.In order to raise money and to secure a Small Business Administration loan of $150,000, the bank placed a lien on the "invent...

CARL L. HASSINGER

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Mary’s Hospice. He was born March 19, 1920, in Duluth, and graduated from Central High School. He served in the Army during World War II in the North African and Italian Campaigns. He lived in the Hopkins/Minnetonka area for 60 years and worked as a printer (typographer). He was a member of the VFW, Faith Presbyterian Church and a lifetime member (since 1952) of Albert Pike Masonic Lodge No. 237 in Hopkins. Carl was preceded in death by parents, Carl G. and Mabe... (Duluth News Tribune)




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