Stookey

Stook·ey

(stūk'ē),
Byron P., U.S. neurosurgeon, 1887-1966. See: Stookey-Scarff operation, Queckenstedt-Stookey test.
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Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey (of Peter, Paul and Mary) will perform classic folk music on a more intimate scale tonight at the Ravinia Festival's Martin Theatre, 418 Sheridan Road, Highland Park.
He served two four-year terms as a Stookey Township Trustee.
Laura Ross, Diane Condon, Bruce Wirgler and Jim McHale participated in a tax hotline on KGO-TV on March 29, as did Andrea Cope and Jennifer Stookey on March 30 on the same station...
(20.) Rojas-Sanchez F, Kelly SA, Drake KM, Eckert GJ, Stookey GK, Dunipace AJ.
(28.) Caliskan Yanikoglu F, Ozturk F, Hayran 0, Analoui M, Stookey GK.
Back row Board members (I to r): Tom Schaefer, Monsanto; Susan Macy, Valent; Randy Stookey, KS Agribusiness Retailers Assn; Don Bradley, Flowserve; Shelbi Reed, Kova; Steve Koziolek, Rosen's, and Rick Welder, Meister Media.
According to Stephen Stookey, Landmarkers were responsible for dissolving the Baptist Convention of the North Pacific Coast in 1886.
Class salutatorian is Jordan Stookey, the son of Kathy and Jeff Stookey of Sutherlin.
The program interweaves the biography of Marjorie Lansing Porter with documentation of the Songs to Keep projects, drawing on the memories of family members, recollections of the musicians who performed at the concerts and recorded the CD, as well as philosophical discussions about folk songs from Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow, and Noel Paul Stookey.
Problems associated to aggressive post-mixing aggressive behavior include reduced body mass and poor meat quality (Stookey and Gonyou, 1994).