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Obituaries Continued from page 30 heart failure at home. Mrs. Myers was a domestic worker in private homes and worked at Vlasic in Millsboro for many years, retiring in the late 1980s. She attended Harvest Tem- ple Revival Center, Delmar. She is survived by a son, Morris Brown, Jr., of Laurel; three daughters, Gloria Leonard of Sal- isbury, Md, Linda Myers of Mil- ton, and Catherine Myers of Seaford; two brothers, Otis Myers of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Norman Myers of Roper, N.C.; six sisters, Nora Rhine.s, Violet Spencer, Sylvia Myers, and Marion Myers, all of Roper, N.C., Elsie Brick- house of Laurel and Nellie Nixson of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and nine grandchildren. Services were held at Harvest Temple Revival Center, Delmar with burial in Mount Calvery Cemetery, Middleford. Donald C. Barney, retired Realtor Donald C. Barney, age 63, of Redding, Calif., died Saturday, March 1, 1997, of natural causes at home. Mr. Barney was born in Wilm- ington and raised in Rehoboth Beach, a graduate of Rehoboth High School. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He relocated to southern California where he worked as an electrician and later moved to Reno, Nev., where he owned and operated Newman&apos;s Silver Shop. Prior to retiring in Redding in 1995, he held real estate licenses in Delaware, Maryland and Vir- ginia. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Crissie, and a son, Don- nie. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Dean; three daughters and sons-in-law, Sharon and Rick Meyer of Redding, Kelly and Births Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Louis and Nichole Catafalmo, Millsboro, Feb. 21, son. Shawn Hastings and Tara Marriage Licenses Cornell Veillard, Laurel and Marie J. Felix, Laurel Leon S. Hazzard, Lincoln and Helen F. Pierce, Lincoln. Audelio D. Roblero, Dagsboro and Milly D. Pressley, Dagsboro. Michael E. Kirby, Delmar and Heather A. Hupke, Hebron, Md. Lance R. Work, Milford, and Sarah P. Evans, Milford. Anzel D. Norman, Jr., Ocean View and Dorothy M. Davidson, Ocean View. Ricky R. Absher, Bridgeville and Linda K. Calhoun, Laurel. Roger Davis of Cape May, N.J., and Rick Garcia of Redding; a brother, Bill Barney of Milton; and eight grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, March 7 at LawnCrest Chapel in Redding. Pauline C. Jester, church member Pauline C. Jester, age 93, of Fel- ton, died Tuesday, March 4, 1997 after a short illness in Milford Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Jester was a past member of Felton Avon Club and a mem- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 7 - March 13, 1997 - 31 She is survived by her husband of 73 years, J. Ashton Jester; two daughters, Ruth Jensen of Milton and Marian Constantino of Del- mar,-asister, Sara Case of Re- hoboth Beach; six grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and t,o tant step in the preparation for great-great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 8, in the Chapel of Berry-Short Funeral Home, Felton, where friends may call one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Barratt's Chapel Ceme- tery, Frederica. A new lift at church Trustees of the Bethel Unit- ed Methodist Church in Lewes recently approved in- stallation of a wheel chair lift to provide handicapped ac- cess to all levels of the church building. "It's some- thing we've been wanting to do for a long time and we're glad to now be able to offer this service," said Bill Beauchamp, a member of Bethel. Shown here is Doug Witte of Bedco Co. of Balti- more working on the installa- tion. Agelet Clauvil, Delmar, and Chenevera L. Davis, Bridgeville. Lamont D. Johnson, Horntown, Va., and Evelyn L. Hicks, Georgetown. Brad E. West, Millsboro, and Heather M. Delgado, Millsboro. John F. Ashley, Bridgeville and Ursela H. Bossert, Bridgeville. John W. Harmon, Milford and Claudina A. Harmon, Milford. Eric J. Prandy, Salisbury, Md., and Anna M. Lockwood, Salis- bury, Md. Corey L. Smith, Delmar and Suzanne E. Sheets, Delmar. Daniel W. King, Georgetown and Terry L. Travers, George- town. 5 min. lunch for$ 95* "n"o v Ope n Daily at 11 a.m. , 645-9284/] I l#l !- ................... -7/)'1 I m USE THIS COUPON] I I i SAVE I I I Off Your Favorite Treat! i I *One per person Expires 3/31/97 tK---- <=  I mm m, m m m mm m m mm mm m m, m m m m m *,,m m m m,,m m J is back. Fo, HoF E, d, C-r,u On Lewes Beach brazier. Fuller, Dagsboro, Feb. 22, daugh- ter. Alfreda Evans, Millsboro, Feb. 26, daughter. Mike Christman and Tonya Smith-Christman, Millsboro, Feb. 26, son. Bobbie Fisher, Millsboro, Feb. 27, son. Helen M. Draper, Cape Region native Helen McWhorter Draper, age 95, formerly of Milton and Re- hoboth Beach, died Monday, March 3, 1997, in Millsboro Nurs- ing Home of heart failure. Mrs. Draper graduated from Linden Hall in Lititz, Pa., and at- tended the Bishop Thorpe Manor in Bethlehem, Pa. Her husband, H. Carlton Draper, died in 1981. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Patricia D. Bonk of Rehoboth Beach and Isabel D. Sinclair of Newark; seven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Services were held at Short Fu- neral Services, Milton, with burial in Cool Spring Presbyterian Cemetery, Cool Spring. Contri- butions are suggested to a favorite charity. ber of the Felton United Methodist Church. Library to close m '  i I!f The Rehoboth Public Library : ,,/4 " will be closed to the public from 1 Monday, March 17 through Satur- ;, " " day, March 22 to allow for bar- LL ECC TyjC Nu ar d/ C e iqt coding the collection, an impor- e tant step in the preparation for     HOLLINET,-the Sussex County Automation System. Due to the closing, no new interlibrary loan i[ ii!iiiiiiiiiiii!!iiii)if!iiii)iiiii!iiiii!ii!!i )iiiiiiiiii[ / requests will be accepted until the ,,,,,::::::::::::- ":.::::,::, ::: : :::::.:::,  :::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: ............... : ::::i/:::::::::  library reopens March 24. line for returning materials, the li- i [)E)=:d:):iit)DE:i::iil ell, brary asks that any materials fin- [ii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii::i!i!!iiiiiiiiiii!:ii`iii!ii:i!ii ,,/: ished before their due date be re- VOTED BEST STORE AT mE BEACH! thll turned to the library. In addidonl ;/ _ --OelawateToday19 the library is offering a fine-free ,- 107 Second Street Open AII Year , ;t week, March 10-15, to encourage ,p Lewes, DE 645-0189  '" patrons to return long-overdue materials. A sign is posted in the  "  library detailing which local li- braries will be open during the week of closing.