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22 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 Sharon Hernley weds Robert Kreitzer Sharon S. Hernloy of New Cumberland, PL and Robert D. Kreitser of Camp Hill, Pa.- were united in marriage Sat- urday, April 29 in an after- noon ceremony on the ocean- front terrace of the Board- walk Plaza Hotel, Rzhoboth Beach. The Roy. Michael Seifried, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Shiremanstewn, P, officiated the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a Victorian ivory lace and antique rose tea-length dress and match. ing hat. She carried a bou- quet of pearls, lace and ivory sweetheart roseL The bride is the daughter of Shirley and Jack W. Shad- er of Harrisburg, Pa. The groom is the son of Andrew R. Kreitzer of Camp Hill, Pa. The bride is an assistant manager of largo business services with Bell Atlantic. PP. The groom is employed by Hompt Brothers, Inc. and Lower Allen Emergency Med- ical Service. Wendy Miller weds Patrick Murphy Wendy L. Miller and Patrick S. Murphy were mar- ried on Saturday, May 20, 1995. Miller is the daughter of Ronald and Deanna Miller of York, PL. Murphy is the son of Don- ald and Sharon Foraker of Millsboro and Arnold Mur- phy of Pasagoula, Miss. Wendy is a 1987 graduate of Dallastewn Area High School and a 1992 graduate of York College. Patrick attends the Univer- sity of Delawar Trlsh Von photos AHA holds Cardiac Arrest at Rudder The Cardiac Arrest fundraiser, sponsored by the American Heart Association Sussex County Division, took place on the soon to be sloshing decks of the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Bvazh on Juae 2, ss those "in the clink ' were bombarded by high powered water guns and even pitchers of water before being "leased  from jaiL Above, young Steven Smith at- tmls aprisom' Justice of the Peace Rich Conley, who tries tO defend himselL Below, Leslie Ballinger of Prudential Joy- Gallo Real Estate (left) performs a surprise attack on Donald McCann of McCann, Inc. surveyors. Approximtely $1000 in pledges were raised m the event, and Ginger Wingard from the Sussex Division encourages all Ujailbirds to get their in the tom of pledgee to the AILA into the office as soon as pmmible. Kdsten Seal photo All Pro Maids presents donation Children's Beach House received a $300 donation from All Pro Maids on Friday, May 26 that will support the production of the Children's Beach House Volunteer Cookbook. Seen here, from left to right, are: Joan Lester, member of the CHB advertising committee, Barb Often, CHB advertising commit- tee, Sandra Sharkey, CHB advertising committee, Martha Savage, CHB cookbook committee, and Jim and Michele Sprinkle, owners of All Pro Maids. The Children's Beach House Volunteer Cookbook should be available at Coast Day 1995; all proceeds from the sale of the cookbooks will go to- ward the Environmental Education Program at Children's Beach Hous 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 LUNCH - Sat. & Sun. Noon - 5 Happy Hour 5-7 Nightly Margaritas! 1 DAD A Gift Of Love For Father's Day From Ca[j1 ...A Rehoboth Tradition 31 Rehoboth Avenue 227-7990 Open Daily 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.