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June 19, 1998

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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - e 5, it8 League of Women Voters elects new officers The Sussex County League of Women Voters, at its annual meeting June 13, elected the following officers and board members for 1998-99: Francis Ann Gilbert of Milton, president; Liz Knott of Henlopen Acres, vice president; Blackie H. Nygood of Georgetown, secretary; and Ester Klima of Lewes, treasurer. Board members are Mae Clark and Elizabeth G. Hooper of Rehoboth Beach, Christine Perrone of Milford and Marian Forbes of Ocean View. The meeting was followed by a picnic held at "Thorneby," home of Skipper and Til Purnell on Herring Creek. The league welcomes members-from all of Sussex County. It is a nonpartisan, gender-neutral organizlton that strives to understand and help solve some of the problems faced locally, statewide, nationally and internationally. Meetings are held every month of the year, except July and August, in various parts of Sussex County. International affairs dis- cussions, held on various nights of the year, are led by experts in the in- ternational field. For further information on the Sussex County League of Women Vot- ers, call 684-4177 or 856-2199. Indian River Fire Auxiliary honors members, presents check Members of the Indian Riv- er Volunteer Fire Company's Ladies Auxiliary celebrated their life members and char- ter members in the fire hall on Sunday, June 7. The group shared a light af- ternoon luncheon followed by presentation of awards and good conversation sur- rounding photo albums chronicling the history of the organization. The ladies auxiliary formed in 1954, one year after the fire company formed. The group meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the main fire hall on Route 5 in Oak Or- chard. Indian River Volun- teer Fire Company also has a substation on Long Neck on Sussex Road 298• Shown in back row at Sun- day's celebration are (l-r) Janie Norwood, Leolga Wright and Ardith Mosley. In the middle row are Emily Colebourn, a charter member of the group who also served as its first president and president of the Delaware, Sussex County and Delmarva auxiliary associations; Ann Hall, Lee Atkins, Alice Ed- wards; and Anamae Rogers, also a charter member• In front are Jean Moore; Linda Fox, president; Beatrice Moore; Mary Hanak; and Al- ice Bruce. Below, Indian River Volun- teer Fire Company's Ladies Auxiliary also presented a check for $10,000 to the fire company recently to help with the purchase of a 1998 Suburban utility vehicle. The vehicle will be used to transport volunteers for training and other fire de- partment-related functions. The money was raised through the sale of more than 1,600 Easter eggs, made by hand by the members of the auixiliary, and five breakfasts hosted during the past year. Auxiliary president Linda Fox presented the check to Patrick Miller, fire company president, HENLEY SHEK, ONE OF HONG KONG'S FINEST TAILORS, HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH STUART KINGSTON SINCE 1967.1F YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HAVING A CUSTOM MADE SUIT, HENLEY SHEK IS VISITING THE U.S. AND WILL BE IN REHOBOTH BEACH FROM JUNE 19TH TO THE 22ND. IF INTERESTED • PLEASE CALL STUART KINGSTON AT 227-2524 FOR APPOINTMENT. Subscribe today Call 645-7700 Located at the Nh end of tee Relmbolb Beach Boafbmlk n to ˘neHenlopen Hotel Siehours: Mon-ffi 9amtoSpm • Sat IOtoSpm Call (302)227-2524