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January 17, 1997

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22 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 Delaware Frances M. West was elected president and George Alderman as vice-president of the Delaware Safety Council for one-year terms at the organization's recent meet- ing. West is president of the Better Business Bureau of Delaware. She also serves as president of the DeI-Mar-Va Boy Scout Council and as a member of the Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Delaware. Alderman is president of Alder- man Automotive Enterprises and serves as a trustee of the Grand Safety Council elects new officers Opera House and a board member of the Better Business Bureau and the Boy Scout Council. The Hon. Elbert N. Carvel was re-elected to serve a one-year term as vice- president of the Sussex County re- gion. Tara Brown to wed James Rosa Lonnie Brown of Lewes and Ed Brown of Millsboro an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Tara, to James Rosa, the son of Mary and John Murphy of Omaha, Neb. and the late James R. Rosa. The bride-to-be graduated from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 1993 and is currently employed by Astra Mer- ck Pharmaceuticals in Wayne, Pa. Her fiance earned a bachelor of arts degree and a master's degree in international marketing from St. Joseph's Universi- ty in Philadelphia. He is employed by Mobil Oil Corporation in Malvern, Pa. An April 5, 1997 wedding is planned. Holloway named honorary Elks life member In December, Carl Holloway, a member of Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge No. 2540, was recognized for his distin- guished ser- vice to the Benevolent and Protec- tive Order of Elks and to Cape Hen- lopen Elks HOLLOWAY Lodge No. 2540 by being designated an Hon- orary Life Member of the Order. He is a charter member of the Cape Henlopen Lodge and has served as a trustee since the lodge's institution in 1975. During his tenure, Holloway has given outstanding leadership in a number of lodge committees, and has unselfishly contributed much to the lodge community. He most recently served as trustee and treasurer of the local Meals-On-Wheels program, as- sisting with its deliveries some- times as often as five days a week. Holloway is the third member of the Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge to be so honored, joining Mike Little and Cameron Simpers in this elite group. 4 nly After Inventory and Bedding Blow-Out.' Thru Jan. 20th Only Storewide Savings Up To 50% Yacht Bag OR Keep It Hot, Keep It Cold! lunch bag to be given at the Cape Gazette to the first 50 non-subscriber names dropped off by j Friday, January 31. I )LD LINCH BAG All participant names entered by Fri- day, January 31 will be included in a drawing for 50% OFF coupons on selected items at Carlton's.