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CAPE G, Friday, June 2 - June 6, 1995 - 63 Tdsh Vernon photos Stuart Kingston unveils new store The newly-renovated Stuart Kingston Gallery onthe Board. walk in Rehoboth Beach was the scene of a private unveiling of the Nan Duskin collection Friday evening, May 26. Design- er clothing, footwear, jewelry and cosmetics, starting at 50 percent off the retail price, are now on sale at the gallery and will be offered until everything is sold. Shown above during the gathering are three members of the Stein family, owners of the gallery, Diem (left), stands with Ted and Mindy Jones of Rehoboth Beach, as husband Jay Stein and daughter Anita look on. Below, Mauria Stein, another of Diem and Jay's daughters, shows Georgia Vogt of Rehoboth Beach, a few bracelets in the new jewelry section. Trish Vernon photo Employees at the new L.L. Bean store in the Rehoboth Outlet Center celebrated opening the sixth factory store in the nation on Friday, May 26 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Employ- ees shown in back from (L to r.) are Amy White; Heidi Wagner, team leader;, Ken Tiilman; Kel- ly Hickman; L.L. Bear;, Danna Hammond, manager;, Pat Clarey and Jason Powell. In front are Ann Marie Maloney, team leader;, Denise Willis; Gina Hunsicker; Kim Owens; Pat Lankford and Rose Ann Covey. L.L. Bean opens first store outside New England By Kerry Kester Rehoboth Beach can now boast that it has the only L.L Bean factory store outside of New England. On Friday, May 26, it opened the doors of its 16,500 square foot store after a brief ribbon cutting ceremo- ny. The shop located in the Rehoboth Beach Outlet Center on Del. 1 is Bean's sixth factory store. The other five are located in New Hampshire and Maine. "L.L Bean is a store that sells for the outdoors, so our products embody that mood," said Danna Ham- mond, manager. The company sells apparel, outdoor sporting goods and home furnishings. "We'll be selling some discontinued products here," said Hammond, "so they're reduced substan- tially - anywhere from 20 to 70 percent." In addition to the discontinued goods, Hammond said, Bean will also sell some first and second quality products. Vice President of Retail for L.L. Bean Bill Sbea said, "We also have some products here that we don't have at any of the other stores." For example, he said, the store is carrying a custom T-shirt embla- zoned with an L.L. Bean hiking boot logo. Shoppers were anxious to cross the store's thresh- old on its opening day. Robert and Edith Delacy, who spend summers in the Cape region, spent the morning at the store looking for specific items they've been buying from L.L. Bean catalogues for years. "We've always bought a lot from the cata- logue. We've always had good service out of their clothes," said Edith. "If anything ever went wrong, they replaced it." Shea said that good catalogue sales from this part of the coastal region was one reason Bean selected Rehoboth Beach for its first venture out of New Eng- land. "A lot of our mail order customers vacation here," he said. L.L. Bean will be open Mondays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. It will al- so be open on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. NO W OPEN DAILY Serving Dinner Nightly from 5:30 Try One Of Our Many House Specialties Soft Shells, Sweet Breads & Bouillabaisse ReervaUorm 227-6494 Comer of Second Street & Wilmington Avenue Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971 THERE'S A NEW'. HOME JUST WAITING FOR YOU BYTHE SEA - In Fee. 4th Int from beach, 75x100 w/4 BR, 3 BA stunning beach house. Porch, FP, decks, carport, furnished. An absolutely maintenance-free interior. Never mntad - cen scale  ths seas0n. WATERFRONT ON LOVE CREEK - Peaceful setting with beat dock. 8/10 acre with well maintained 2 BR, 2 BA mobile, enclosed heated porch with fireplace. Must see. Call Pat. $119,500. MARINA VIEW hem your enc year round p(xch. 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide, hot tub on deck, CAC. 1440 sq. ft. offered at $64,000. Boat docks available. LAKEFRONT TOWNHOUSE, not a condo. 3 BR, 2 BA, CAC, in a peaceful setting on Lake Comegys in Rehoboth. Wonderful year round or make it your beach getaway, len retire. $187,500. CROWLEY ASSOCIATES REALTY, ,NC. 4129 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227-6131  II  In-State 1-800-242-4213 In/Out of State