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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 6 - March 12, 1998 Cape student to compete in Dc:l;lware Junior Miss Program The state's most outstanding high school senior girls will com- pete in the Delaware Junior Miss scholarship program on March 21, at 7:30 p.m., in the Delaware Technical and Community Col- lege theatre in Georgetown. This year's emcees are Alexis Dunham, Delaware's Junior Miss 1996, and Melissa Cain, Delaware's Junior Miss 1994. A special performance will be given by Delaware's current Junior Miss, Tricia Geyer of Milford. Cape Henlopen senior Marcia Waples, daughter of Marshall J. Wynne and Demporis Jones is a candidate in the,1998 Delaware Junior Miss State Finals. The new Delaware Junior Miss will travel to Mobile, Ala., in June to participate in the 41 sf annual America's Junior Miss National Finals. This year the state Junior Miss who wins the America's Ju- nior Miss title will receive a $40,000 scholarship to use at the college or university of her choice. The America's Junior Miss program is the oldest and largest scholarship program in the United States for high school se- nior girls. Each year, approxi- mate!y $5 million in college scholarships and awards are pre- sented at the local, state and na- tional levels. The Junior Miss pro- gram receives support from Coca- Cola USA, the City of Mobile, Mobile County and the state of Alabama. Tickets for the state fi- nals ai'e $7 and can be purchased by calling 934-9071 or at the door on the evening of the program. Harbeson girl state Ashley B. Schlitter, 14, of Harbeson, has been selected as a finalist for the Miss Delaware Na- tional Teen-ager Scholarship pageant, to be held in the Re- "hoboth Beach Convention Center March 14 and 15. Schlitter is the daughter of Michael and Kathy  Schlitter. The Miss Delaware National Teen-ager pageant is an official preliminary to the 27th annual Miss National Tee-ager pageant to be held at Opryland USA in Ju- ly. There will be a state winner and a mnnerup in two age divisions: 13-15 and 16-18. The winner in both divisions will receive a savings bond, a trip to Opryland USA, a full tuition modeling scholarship from John Robert Powers valued at $1,000 and many other gifts. The senior winner will receive a full tuition to the Art Institute National Teen-ager Pageant final- worth $11,500 and a full two-year tuition scholarship to Oklahoma City University worth more than $14,000. The Miss Delaware National Teen-ager Scholarship pageant will award various other universi- ty scholarships over the weekend event. Every participant will receive a $200 John Robert Powers model- ing scholarship. The reigning Miss Delaware National Teen-agers for 1997 are Aimee Parker of Georgetown and Triwania Deshields of Seaford. Each finalist is judged on scholastic achievement, leader- ship, communication skills, ap- pearance and poise. There is an optional talent and essay competition which is judged separately. Schlitter is sponsored by friends, family and local business- es. Marywood University A'cratnton. PI IS509 CATALOG SENT FREE. CAtt 1-800-836-6940 Senior Singles Mingle announce March events Events planned for the month of March have been announced by Se- nior Singles Mingle, an organization for Delmarva's single men and women age 50 and over. Events include Old Pro golf ih Ocean City, March 9, 6:30 p.m., with pizza following; game night at Lorraine Cart's, March 10, 6:30 p.m., bring snacks; dinner Roadhouse in Re- hoboth, March 13, 6:30 p.m.; bowling in Rehoboth, 2 p.m., dinner at Country Grill, 4:45 p.m., both on March 15; St. Patrick's event at Ocean View VFW, corned beef and cabbage, March 17, noon; potluck dinner, March 22; board meeting at Letty's, March 23, 7:30 p.m.; penny party at Millville Fire Hall, March 26, 7 p.m.; general meeting at Ocean View Leisure Center, March 27, 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the club is to pro- mote and establish friendships between people 50 and older who are widowed, divorced or single. Membership is $6 per year. f'e world of business is ruthless, cruel and cut-throat. Do you have the heart for it? u!ve got to it to suc- have what takes - / ceed. And part of that is good, solid health. That's what we're all about. 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