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, 21 | :ii::ii.  i :!I Collettas celebrate golden anniversary Frank Joseph Colletta and Catherine Puzzanchera CoIletta of Lewes will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sat- urday, June 20. The couple was married at St. Michael's ILC. Church in Chester, Pa., in 1948. Frank is retired from duPont Experimental Station in Wilmington; Catherine is retired from PNB/CoreStates Bank in Delaware County, Pa. They have three daughters: Angela Paraskewich, Wilmington; Kathleen Krajewski, Rehoboth Beach; and Joanne Reihm, Lewes. The Collettas have eight grandchildren. J. Conn Scott, Inc., Fine Furniture 6 East Church Street, Selb)Tille, DE (302)436-8205 M,.mdav-Saturdav 9-5 ii!iiiiii ....... Nowakowskis enjoy 50th anniversary Ted and Janet Nowakowski celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 20. Ted, a retired business entrepreneur, and Janet, a retired teacher and coach, have lived in the Lewes-Rehoboth area for nearly all their years. Children in the area are Ted Jr.; Bruce Nowakowski; Gail Stenger; Carole Morison of Pokomoke, Md.; and Kevin Nowakowski of Newark. They have 10 grandchildren and one great-grandson. ll[ Since 1924... CoUeaio, f Baker- Kindel Hickory Chair Henredon Stickley Century. Vanguard Milling Road- Lee SherriU Leathercraft Brown Jordan Barcalounger Lloyd Flanders Wright Table Co. & Selected Antiques... Design Services Avlable. -Iome & Garden at J. Inc. r Selections from... BROWN JORDAN LLOYD FLANDERS WOODARD TROPITONE LFD begins Christmas ornament drive I Lewes Fire Department this week announced that it is now llmg the first in a series of blo-glass Clstmas tree or- naments to help pay off the mortgage on the Savannah Road '" fire hall. Fire Department President Lou Rickards is shown here with one of the ornaments, which come in a gift box com- plete with a certificate of authenticity, including fire preven- tion tips. Crafted by Design Masters of Williamsburg, the or- naments are available for $15 and can be purchased seven days a week at the fire hall "m Lewes. The first edition orna- ment - "The 1920s Pumper" - has been handpainted to capture the rich detail and beautiful metallic color of these historic fire trucks. A new historic fire engine will be added each year to add to collections. t | t t-t 0 == HOME & GARDEN at