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exp00 ' .......... Fraday, Janua'i-y 10 '- January lg, 1M'/ Sussex Rotarian honored for 50 years Of service James "Jimmy" Walls has been a member of the Georgetown- Milisboro Rotary Club for 50 years and was the victim of good- natured roasting at the club's an- nual Christmas party held recently at the Sussex Pines Country Club. Friends and family joined to- gether to pay tribute to this life- long resident of Georgetown. Some of the roasting had to do with Walls being a Rotarian be- fore many of his fellow Rotarians were even born, but that jibe only underscored the extent of his ser- vice to the community. Walls, born in 1923, graduated from Georgetown High School - where he was the first athlete ever to win letters in four sports - and went on to the University of Delaware where he played on their undefeated 1942 football team. Although he joined the Air Force in. 1943, he was still able to continue playing football by being the "Ace Ground Gainer" at Will Rogers Air Field in 1944 under Coach A.A. Exedine. But, as one roaster related, Walls' love of sports actually got him in trouble with Lil - now his wife of 52 years - when, on leave one weekend, he slipped away from his young bride to play basketball with some James UJimmf' Walls (left) is congratulated for being hon- ored for his 50 years of service to the Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary by his good friend Ed Booth. old high school friends. Turning to the serious business of life after World War II, Walls also excelled. In addition to join- ing rotary in 1946 and serving in many capacities, including presi- dent, be has been the Commodore of Indian River Yacht Club, presi- dent of the Georgetown Fire Corn- pany, president of DelMarVa Lumbermen's Association and president of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. Walls' lifetime of service has most recently earned him the pres- tigious honor of becoming a Paul Harris Fellow in Rotary Interna- tional. Vbil a Ime Ie: ..//Nw.k,,L.htma TI Unlvt, nRy d Ddam b an DIVISION OF BACHELOWi DEGREE OPPORTUNITIES: BACHELOR OF 'CIENCE Engineering Technology General Agriculture Nursing for the R N " (videotape format) Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management (videotape fonna0 BACHELOR OF ARTS Criminal }ustice Liberal Studies--General Humanities CONTINUING EDUCATION GRADUATE DEGREE OPPORTUNITIES: MASIER'S DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP School Administration Adult and Post-Secondary Education MASTER OF INSTRUCTION MASTER OF ARTS IN LIBERAL STUDIES ED.D. IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP Administration and Policy Curriculum and Instruction Call for your free listing of courses: 302/855-1630; or e-mail CBnvs.udd.edu; or clip and mail the coupon below. For your free infonmtlon packet on evenlng degree oRportunilies , complete this caulam and mail to the Division of : ' Continuing Educalion, Higher Education Buildi P.O. Box 610, Georgetown, DE 19947. d : Name Address City State Zip I am interested in information on a degree in: I-'1 Criminal Justice [] Liberal Studies [] Engineering Technology [] Nursing for RNs I-'1 General Agriculture [] Master of Arts in Liberal Studies [] Hotel, Restaurant and Inslitutional I-1 Masler of Education--School Daytime phone [] Master of Education--Adult and Pesl-Secoary Instruction [] Mast, er of Instruction [3 Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Administration Management - CG (SD De S) 6 gussex Cardenees tO naeet Jan, 16 The SussexGardeners will meet on Thursday, Jan. 16, at 1 p.m. at the All Saints Parish House on Olive Avenue. The program will be a "Slide Pre.qentatlon of Orchids" hy loh delen. l-lnte.se, w;II he Marjor;e Neuhaus, Betty Barnes, Mary Lou Koch and Margaret Spurgat. RD 293 HARBESON -- Live orchid Plants In Bloom rozlih'in the home." Sundml Brunct00 Buffet lO00a.m. - 2 p.m. Join us in Victoria's Restaurant for our Fabulous Sunday Brunch, a celebration of . fine fo_ods and courteous service, Where t Only qing We Overlool is the Ocean! Sunday Brunch Includes: Complete Omelet Station with assorted toppings Carving Station Belgian Waffle Station with assorted toppings Full Raw Bar with Farm Raised Oysters, Shrimp, & Blue Crab Claws Quiche Eggs Fresh, Seasonal Fruit Displays Chicken Entrees Beef Entrees Fresh Seafood Bacon & Sausage Warm Rolls & Muffins Fresh Garden Vegetables Cold Salads Dessert Table featuring a variety of homemade desserfs! ...and morel... Adults, $18.95; Children 5-12, $7.95; Children under 5, $3.95 Holiday.Brunch Prices May Differ Reservations Suggested, 227-0615 * Look for information on our Christmas Buffet Next week! ill i m mm i. i ama  n i m i a OFF PLEASE PRESENT COUPON TO HOSTESS. EXPIRES 1/6/97 ca m m. m,=