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Encyclopedia > Jean Worthley

Jean Reese Worthley is a naturalist. She was the host of Maryland Public Broadcasting's children's nature show Hodgepodge Lodge and co-host of On Nature's Trail. She is also the author of The complete family nature guide. Maryland Public Television or MPT is a state-wide network of PBS member stations serving Maryland, with studios located in Owings Mills and six high-power UHF transmitters across the state. ... Hodgepodge Lodge (sometimes spelled Hodge-Podge Lodge) was a childrens television show produced by Maryland Public Broadcasting and shown on a number of PBS stations in the early 1970s, hosted by Miss Jean Worthley. ... On Natures Trail was a television show produced by the Maryland Center for Public Broadcasting in Owings Mills, Maryland in 1978. ...


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Helen Coughlin Worthley, a teacher in Glen Cove for half of the 20th century, died March 5, 2004 at the Worthley family home.
Worthley" with thanks and admiration for "shaping me up." On election day last year, characteristically undeterred by her stroke, she hobbled to the ballot booth and was greeted by an election official: "You saved my son's life by making him feel good about himself."
A woman of unusual pride, discipline and routine she was for years a daily communicant at St. Patrick's, a part of the parish outreach team and a committed walker at Bayville beaches until suffering a stroke after her daily martini on her 89th birthday.
University Archives: Edna Worthley Underwood Papers (817 words)
The provenance of the papers of Edna Worthley Underwood, an author and translator, is uncertain.
The Edna Worthley Underwood Papers (1889-1946) covers the period of her most active publishing.
All photographs, unless otherwise stated, are the property of Morse Dept. of Special Collections and may not be used without prior written permission from the Archivist.
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