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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 Notes from Kaptain Kidt dear food person ask a question that proves you you say you can not speak cat but i think that you know me pret- ty well just by my body language we have the breakfast and supper routines down to a minimum of moves on my part you even know the difference between when i leave my dish just to look outside while i clean my whiskers and when i go outside by the way let me compliment you on your behavior as a door person you are mostly there when i need you but there are times when you havent read me well enough take tbr example last night when you were watching the tv news and i got up and walked out of the room you said why did you do that where are you going well i guess you hadnt been reading my tail some of that stuff on the news gets to be more than a little much why after they claw at you with pictures of accidents and murder victims and wars do they try to smooth you down with a story of some dumb dog doing some tail wagging tongue drip- ping dumb thing why not show K,l VtOT 'ou a bird or a cat or better still a bird and a cat like i say some of that stuff on tv is a little much kaptain Audience sought for Cape drama class performances determine their final grades. The show is free and open to the pub- lic. The performances will take place in the Cape Henlopen High School Little Theatre. Cape Henlopen High School's Acting I class will stage a one-act version of Shakespeare's "'A Mid- summer Night's Dream" on Tues- day, Jan. 20, from 1:17 to 2:55 p.m. and Thursday, Jan. 22, from 10:06 to 11:45 a.m. Anyone wishing to see the play is welcome. The students' performances will Advertising deadline nears for Cape's 'King and I' program Advertising deadline tbr busi- nesses and patrons of the arts who want to support Cape Henlopen High School's coming production of "The King and I" is Friday, Jan. 23. The Rogers and Hammerstein musical to be staged from Feb. 25 through March I will be the Cape Henlopen Thespians' largest pro- duction to date. The cast of 70 in- cludes 17 children from area ele- mentary schools as well as 20 dancers. An additional 20 stu- dents are in the orchestra with more working backstage with sets, costumes and makeup. The professionally printed pro- gram helps finance the production while adding to the overall the- ater-going experience through photographs, production back- ground information, casting infor- mation and more. "The program tbr last year's musical - "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" - in- cluded 30 advertisers and more than 13 pages of advertisements, photographs and copy," said Ed Zygmonski, who coordinates pro- duction of the program. "We esti- mate that more than 1,800 people saw last year's production. This year we have five performances set for the five-day run of "The King and I" and we are hoping for plenty of support through adver- tisements in this year's program." The price of ads ranges from $45 for a quarter page to $ ! 25 for a full page. Anyone interested in advertising should contact Zyg- monski at 645-841 I. Anyone in- terested in tickets should contact Sue Lore at 945-7174. Fresh From o Order NOW and support Lord Baltimore Lions Charities, inc. Seasonal Fruit Sale 2/5 bu " ...$14.00 2/5 bu ..... $10.00 4/5 bu ..... $23.00 4/5 bu ..... $17.00 2/5 bu ..... $14.00 Call 539-7037, 539-1303 or 539-137( Pick-ups- The Senior Center in Millsboro, between 9 & 12 on Jan. 24th K/Mart Shopping Center on Route 1, Rehoboth between 1 & 4 p.m. on Jan. 24th Please Don't Leave Me Home Alone/ v00'tThe Cat Corral BOARDING EXCLUSIVE TO CATS & EXOTIC PETS r Meals twice a day " Gourmet meals on Hofidays/ r Available 7 days a week by appointment -- (302) 645-1651 -- Conveniently located midway between Lewes & Rehoboth Beach at Winswept Stables, Route 275, Lewes *American Boarding Kennel Association. Choose between a 9 wk. old Female dalmation/lab mix or a 2 year old neutered shepard mix. Either would make a great pet! Hi! We are 9 wk. old tan/white males & females. Please come get one of us. I am a very loving 1 1/2 year old female tri-color mix. I need a good home. Dog & cat, food, dog biscuits & treats, dog & cat ttoys, old towels, newspapers, etc. "Homer Symbols from Advanced Nutrition CYCle, dog food 10.,ags, cans & biscuits. They mean cash to us! Call Mary 302-856-7380 Mon.-Fri. 10 A.M.-4 P.M. or come to S:(:'#k . 326 S. DuPont Hwy. Georgetown, Delaware 19947 Norther flower speaks more of spring than the ulip. ,,J, ld.. Grower Direct ?,...-e('., Dutch Tulips I i $8 bunch. Designer Tulip $12 bunch . Cash & 1 dozen Long Stem Colored Roses $20 Open Mon.- Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. SILK& SANDS FLORIST 1007 Kings Highway Lewes, DE 645-9891 www.dmv.com/silk&sands Thank You! 72 Dogs- adopted 24 Cats -adopted " 34 Owners picked up lost pets This year: Remember to License Your Dog FINS 33 Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach 645-7466