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44 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 Five Points Western Auto holds drawing Following a recent promotion celebrating 45 years in the Southern Delaware community of Lewes, the Five Points Western Auto Store held a drawing. The two winners are pictured holding their prizes. Shown (l-r) are Sandy Humble of Lewes, winner of the automatic work Hght, Jay DeSantis, parts manager at Western Auto, Vic Thomas of Georgetown, who won the Pennzoil radio con- trolled stock ear, and Jessiea Crompton, Western Auto sales person. Knitty Continued from page 43 Davis. "I'm trying to get a nice selection of stuff you can't get around here," she said. The store will carry summer cotton and basic wools for crafts- people to buy, as well as an exten- sive line of DNC floss for needle- pointing, scissors and needles. Davis said she although she de- cided to focus in on needle-point- ing and knitting for now, she may choose to add on to her inventory as the business matures. She said future plans may include adding cross-stitch supplies, but that de- pends on the demand. "For now I'll focus on those two areas and learn from the feedback of the customers," she said, adding that she's already had a positive response to the store. Rehoboth Continued from page 43 baking and firing the crafts. She said she also plans to offer pottery and mosaic classes in the future. Jokes 'R Wild, a gift, game and gag store, has opened its shop on Rehoboth Avenue next door to First State Photo. The store is packed with novelty items guaran- teed to deliver the punch line. The Knitty Gritty is Mary Davis' first business endeavor. Located next to Dr. Robert Klin- gel's office on Rehoboth Avenue, the store will cater to those with a penchant for needle pointing and knitting. Davis said the store should be open by Friday, April 18. Operations add new sites Proving that sometimes once just isn't enough, several stores have added new locations this sea- son. Rehoboth Sport and Kite Company, which has been located Davis said she plans to start knitting classes at the store, and attract craftspeople of all ages to come and enjoy "sit and stitch" sessions at the store. "I hope to have two hour ses- sions where people can sit and en- joy camaraderie," she said. "Where they can benefit from the experience of others. "Most people just need some- thing to keep them going with knitting. They need an incentive. I know that I need that." Davis said she has done needle- work ever since she was a child. For her, the choice to open a store like Knitty Gritty was a natural, logical decision. "I thought, 'Why not do what I love?" said Davis. "So many women for so many years have done it. It's such a perfect way'to smooth things down inside." For more information, call 226-0500. I on Virginia Avenue and the boardwalk for the past three years, has opened its second site at 67 Rehoboth Avenue. Open for approximately one month, owners Rachel Hughes and Brian Linzey have stocked the store with a wide selection of kites, toys and flags. Hughes said Rehoboth Sport and Kite Compa- ny now carries an even larger se- lection of toys in addition to the 100 varieties of kites and 500 dif- ferent styles of flags. Although his Dolphin Dream- ing store on Rehoboth Avenue has been open in Rehoboth Beach for a few years, owner Gary Turton said he plans to add a third store later this spring. The new, 2,000 sq. ft. store will be located in Bethany Beach's Sea Colony Marketplace. Like the two Rehoboth Beach locations (Dolphin Dreaming on Rehoboth Avenue and Down to Earth at the south end of the boardwalk), the new store will al- so carry distinctive gifts and cards, said Turton. Michael Real REAL ELEGANCE! iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!!i!iii!!i!i!!ii!!!!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii] "Fireplace iiii:MiS:iii!iiii!iiiiiii:il Professionally * Fenced Yard .clomto 00iiil beeches  $2es,ooo UQUOR STORE - Between Milford and Dover. Almost one acre of land plus business on Rt. 113 with 251 feet of frontage. 4421 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Bus. 302-226--4162 Voiced'b4ail 302-337-1724 1-888-500.REAL l[ Have the Cape Gazette delivered to your door. Call 645-7700 to subscribe. That is, unless you have a Rate Enhancer CD from County Bank. Who says you don't get a second chance? With the Rate Enhancer CD from County Bank, you get a great interest rate to begin with. Then, ff that rate takes a turn for the better, you have the option to "enhance" and lock in at the higher rate! And your rate can be enhanced not once, but twice. It's easy. Just invest $5,000 or more, then sit back and watch your money grow. Our 2 to 5 year Rate Enhancer CD is FDIC insured up to $100,000. Just anther great investment PPrtuniw . from County Bar&.  M|MBIIt FDIC