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22 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, February 21- February 27, 1997 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT T. WHITMAN ... the bride is the former Miss Kristina D. Sipple. Kristina D. Sipple weds Robert Tyler Whitman The groom's best man was his brother, Hunter D. Whitman of Seaford, and ushers were Michael D. Simpler of Milton, brother-in* law of the bride; John M. MacK- night of Charlottesville, Va., and Randy M. Lorah of Georgetown. The bride, a 1993 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and a 1995 graduate of Goldey Beacom College, works at Masten Lumber & Building Supply in Milford. The groom, who graduated from Seaford High School in 1991 and Delaware Technical & Com- munity College in 1995, works for the Department of Corrections. The Whitmans honeymooned in the Bahamas, and now make their home in Dover. Kristina Dawn Sipple, the daughter of Jay and Dona Sipple of Lincoln, and Robert Tyler Whitman, the son of Robert and Tambrey Whitman of Seaford, were married September 21 at Ep- worth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach. Attending the bride were her maid of honor and sister, Kelly L. Sipple of Lincoln, her matron of honor and sister, Jana R. Simpler of Milton, and two bridesmaids, Julia R. Whitman, sister of the groom, and Wendy M. Evans, cousin of the groom, both of Seaford. The flower girl was CrystalLo- rah of Georgetown, the groom's goddaughter. Printed T-Shirts & Sportswear Logo Design Geoff Vernon is now in Independent operation as Artwork OIJICk Sorylco " [lUallty WOrk Reasonable Prices 227-0449 Lewes Senior Center announces '97 tours The Lewes Senior Center, locat- ed just off Highway One by the Nassau overpass, offers quality tours to a variety of destinations as part of their ongoing program. Tours provide the opportunity to learn, to socialize and make new friends in a comfortable and con- venient environment; The sched- uled tours listed below are open the public at a slightly higher rate, therefore, membership is encour- aged at $12 per year for individu- als and $18 per year for couples. For information or to obtain a fly- er on tours, call the Lewes Senior Center at 645-9293. March 14 - Springtime Eggstravaganza at Three Little Bakers hosted by trip committee member Rose Glodek. Includes transportation, buffet luncheon and gratuity, show and driver gra- tuity. April 9-19 - Panama Canal Cruise aboard the Regal Princess. Very limited availability - depar- ture definite, Includes transporta- tion to Philadelphia airport, roundtrip coach airfare to Ft. Lauderdale, 10 day cruise, all meals and entertainment aboard ship, baggage handling, port tax- es, transfers to pier, escorted and operated by Footloose Tours. May 14 - Desert Song - at the Media Dinner Theatre hosted by trip committee member Joan Lo- mas. Includes Franklin Mint Mu- seum, meal at Zachary's, perfor- mance and gratuities for driver and meal. July 17 - Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at the Three Little Bakers hosted by trio committee member Shirley Johnson. In- cludes transportation, production, buffet luncheon, and gratuities for driver and meal. August 20-27 - Mississippi Queen Cruise on the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers. Space is still available - departure is defi- nite. Includes roundtrip trans- portation to the Philadelphia Air- port, roundtrip coach fare, 7 night cruise, all meals and entertain- ment aboard the boat, baggage handling, transfer to the pier, port taxes, A & E Civil War Journal's creator Jack Davis on board for lectures on various stops, cancel- lation insurance, escorted and op- erated by Footloose Tours. September 18-22 - Niagara Falls & Toronto like you've never seen it before. Stay on the Canadi- an side of the falls, special meals and entertainment including a pro- gressive dinner, British afternoon tea, cruise in Toronto with live music, Pocono overnight on return with town of Jim Thorpe sightsee- ing. Includes transportation by Continued on page 24 Was 4,50 Now 5.20 APY 5.30 Minumum deposit of $500.00 Offer valid from 12/16/96 through 2/28/97 unty 00ank Rehoboth Long Neck Milford Seaford 226-9800 947-7300 424-2500 628-4400 Member FDIC Penalty for early withdrawal. See bank for details.