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Mr. and Mrs. William Randall Martin ... the bride is the for- mer Miss Wendy Susan Beheler. Wendy Susan Beheler weds William Randall Martin Wendy Susan Beheler and William Randall Martin were married Saturday, April 12, 1997, at Epworth United Methodist Church, Rehoboth Beach. The service of Christian marriage was performed by the Rev. David Bak- er. The bride is the daughter of Su- san Beheler and the late Jerry A. Beheler. The groom is the son of Donna Martin and William Mar- tin. The bride was escorted by her brother, Scott, and was given in marriage by her mother and broth- 'er. She wore a gown of candle- light summer satin with a cathe- dral train trimmed with lace and accented with pearls and sequins. Her headpiece was a tiara of pearls. She carried a bouquet of ivory and yellow roses with ivy and pearl accents. The maid of honor was Danae Moore, and the bridesmaids were Sabrina Bailey, Christy Cahill, Dawn Walls and Amy Webb, all friends of the bride. They wore ivory crepe dresses with pearl ac- cents and carded bouquets of mul- ticolored spring flowers. The best man was Jim Gregors. The ushers, all friends of the groom, were Sam Collins, Gran Fishbourne, Steve Fox and Christopher Meng. The junior attendants were Alyssa Franz, Grace Naylor, Re- becca Smith, Lauren Pettigrew and Julia Croce, the Primary One class of the Jefferson School. They wore ivory and multicolored flower dresses and carried spring flowers. Scripture readings were offered by Donna Savini, a friend of the bride's family; J.P. McCall, a friend of the bride, was the guest book attendant. The soloist was Carla Lewis, a friend of the bride's family. The reception was held at the Sea Grille. Restaurant, Henlopen Hotel, Rehoboth Beach. After honeymooning in Atlantic City, N.J., the coupe is residing in Lewes. Red q]00ross Continued from page 24 5, May 14, June 2 and June 4 from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. The courses will be offered in the northern of- rice on April 14, May 5 and June 4. The other courses will be of- feted in the Milford office. There are also courses offered in the art of helping, disaster health services and emergency as- sistance. For more information, call ei- ther Barbara VanSciver at 302- 335-5031 or Jackie Cousens at 302-656-6620. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 6 - March 12, 1998 - 25 State volunteer coordinator conference slated March 12 The Delaware Volunteer Coor- dinators' (DVC) annual confer- ence is scheduled for Thursday, March 12, at the Sheraton Hotel in Dover. This year's conference fo- cuses on "Managing Change," and includes lectures, interactive exer- cises and group discussions. The featured speaker is Dr. Sharon Yoder, whose unique presenta- tions are not only motivational but can change one's life through the understanding of key ways to af- fect customers and relate to co- workers. Yoder has spent the last 20 years training people all around the world. She is a lectur- er, workshop facilitator, small business owner, family counselor, columnist and radio commentator. Her training in the use of humor helps develop positive working relationships and coping skills for the unexpected changes in person- ai and professional lives. To register for the conference, send a check (payable to DVC), along with your name, address, and phone number to Carol Zei- gler, Volunteer/Student Adminis- tration, Christiana Hospital, P.O. Box 6001, Newark, DE 19718. The cost is $35 for DVC members and $45 for nonmembers. Regis- trations should be made before March 9. For more information, call Zeigler at 302-733-1284 or Margarita Rodriguez-Duffy at 302-326-4003. o ;::e:i SHOP-IN-HOME SERVICI Unique Selections Bedding Ensembles Home furnishings Upholstery . Wallcoverings Call Now! C0my We'00 Community People You live, work and play here, so why not save here, too? Now's a great time to take advantage of our Sizzling Hot 6 month term CD at 5.83% A.P.Y. with a minimum deposit of $500. Time's limited so call or stop by one of our conveniently located branches today. Interest rates in effect until March I, 1998 5.83% ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD 5.75% INTEREST RATE 6 Month Term CD M/nirnum Deposit 8500 A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. 000000ounty MEMBER I:DIC Rehoboth Beach Milford 226-9800 424-2500 Long Neck Seaford 947-7300 628-4400