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44- CAPE GAZ]WE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1996 Massey wins  Derrickson Scholarship The Rehoboth Art League has awarded the 1995 James Kenneth Derrickson Memorial Scholarship to Daniel "Dan" Andrews Massey of Roxana. The scholarship includes a one-year free tuition of classes at RAL. Massey, 12 years of age, is a seventh grader at Selbyville Middle School where he is a member of the Junior Honor Society. His fa- vorite activities include tennis, fishing and coin col- lecting. His preferred art form is drawing cartoons, but he has experimented with paper, stained glass, copper and clay. Some of the classes Massey will take this year in- clude learning to throw pottery on the wheel with and exploring abstract art with Jennifer Carter. MASSEY Mary McDonough How To Face Your Spring Cleaning iiii!iiii !i  !i .... Let us do the dirty work. We'll custom-craft a California Closet that fits your belongings &large table, some chairs and some other imaginary pieces of furniture are the mainstays of and needs exactly. And make sure you "The Dining Room", the Possum Point Players' summer production which runs at Possum understand how to use it. So you stay Hall in Georgetown June 117 and 23-24. organized for good. CALL FOR A FREE PPP to open "The Dini lg Rc,()m" June 15 ,,.,o,,co, so,=o, /cxca, uea C:tl Walker This month's Possum Point Staging in the round means that Tickets are $8 for all seats, except ss namore ave. Rehoboth Beach. DE no one is seated far from the ae- for seniors and students atthe CI, OEI'CQNIY. Players' comedy drama could be called "A Day in the Life of Stereotypical Americans", but its traditional subject matter is not dealt with traditionally. Set in the first half of the 20th Century, A.R. Gurney Jr.'s "The Dining Room" explores family and personal relationships of mid- dle class Americans in a fast-mov- ing sequence of events that might have taken place in dining rooms of a recently bygone era. Vignettes include the torment of a woman begging to return home with her children after a failed marriage; the consternation of adults whose senile mother no longer responds to them; the frus- tration of a parent clashing with a willful child; the somber realism with which an aging man instructs his son on arrangements for his own funeral; and hilarity of chil- dren at a birthday party attended by parents caught in adulterous passions. RESTAURANT tion. The six actors portray at least nine different roles in the course of the evening, their own age spans as great as those of the char- Sunday matinee, $6. Reserve tick- ets by calling 856-4560 and come 227-7636 a half hour before curtain time to partake of hors d'oeuvres. aeters each plays. A grandmother is a 12-year-old in one scene, a se- ductive 30- something in the next. This theatrical feat has been un- dertaken by Jim DeBastiani, a Georgetown resident whose daughter, Mary, handles props. The other five cast members are Esther Friend of Georgetown; Louise Hartzell of Georgetown; Kayleen Gainer of Laurel; Mac Phalan of Rehoboth Beach, and Jesse Tallyen of Laurel. Katie Hayes is assistant director and Claire Hailer is co-property mas- ter. Performances are slated for 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, June 15-17, and Saturday and Sunday, June 23-25, at Possum Hall, located in Georgetown near Sussex Central High School. Enjoy Fine Dining - Oceanfront - Start your day with Breakfast on the Boardwalk! Our outside patio, located directly on the boardwalk, is the perfect place AND BAR 1 CREATIVE DINING I1 CASUAL NIGHT LIFE 1" SERVING LATE NIGHT i i 10 N. RRST STREET REHOBOTH,7-17 for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner. ~ Try our fleshly baked Croissants or Poached Eggs with Mushroom Caps and Crab Lump Imperial. Sample an appetizer of Crab Dip, or a Smoked Seafood Planer. Dinner entrees include Grilled Brea of Duck or Petite Rack of Lamb. ~ Enjoy the sounds of Jeff Irwin on the Baby Grand Saturday nights from 7 to 11. - lticforia's convenient boardwalk entrance invites you in for cocktails or just dessert. Why go angwhere e/se? ~ Wtctorla's Restaurant- 227-0615 "Wlmm m eall7 aa we .maaeek k tim emm. -- i   , m- Wm, p , O,v. Avaw  , ..a,    ......