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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 Waffles and Cream c00ffers sweet treats in Rehoboth By Trish Vernon treats he is offering, by them- Cl-evy - a bonafide classic." sandwiches and chocolate covered cream calves and baked Alaska "What&apos;s your dream?" asks selves or in combination with ;tarring in the back yard of his bananas. (ice cream, cake and covered with Calvin Stahl, proprietor of the new eatery, Waffles and Cream at 214 Rehoboth Avenue (across from the fire hall). Whatever your dream, Stahl is ready to fulfill it'- provided that the dream consists of ice cream or any other number of homemade each other. Sa Waffles and Cream features al- tu most 20 different flavors of fa-" Dt mous Bassetts Ice Cream, very of well known-in its native Philadel- fir phia since 1861. "Philadelphia st( Magazine" termed Bassetts the Re "ice cream equivalent of the '57 is REAL ESTATE SETTLEMENTS Calvin Stahl (left), owner of the new Rehoboth Beach R sweets emporium Waffles and Cream, stands with Michael RI Bassett Strange, president of Bassetts Ice Cream of Philadel- phia, which is known for its high quality, using fresh cream from Lancaster County farms, a high butterfat content and flavoring ingredients, carefully chosen and stringently moni- tored for quality. Waffles and Cream uses only Bassetts Ice Cream, its sorbets and 87 percent fat free yogurts for its cones, waffle delights and custom made cakes. Auction Continued from page 55 had a Little Lamb." Such a letter could be worth from $5,000 to $7,500. There is also a letter from John Wesley dated 1773 to his sis- ter. Of equal interest are the Native American artifacts, highlighted by a Sioux beaded squaw's dress of gold, red, dark blue, light blue, green and metal beads on leather. th vE pc bl be fl< to fu pe cc p Such an artifact could bring be- tween $12,500 and $17,500. There is a Native American tee poe bag, Sioux beaded blanket strip, Hopi dance sash, wooden flute and rattle. There will be an auction pro- b view from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Fri- cr day, June 20 at Convention Con- al ter. Personal checks and cash, di along with major credit cardswill w be accepted the day of the auction. F] There is a 10 percent buyer's pro- b( mium. For more information call hi 227-2524. ct lem, N.J. farm with a mule- 'ned ice cream churn, Louis bois Bassett began a tradition quality ice cream made With the est ingredients. He opened a we in 1892 in Philadelphia's ading Terminal Market, which He is especially proud of his ice. Continued on page 57 ROBERT V. WITSIL, JR. 26 ED Wa lots batl Iool fam H PRI .i ::. ii iiii:  :. ::,, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::  iiii!i EDGEWATER DRIVE GEWATER ESTA'ES RELAXATION! :erfront brick home has to offer. 3 bedroom, 2 112 s, screened porch over- :ing Red Mill Pond and ily room. stess: June Murphy IDENTIAL GALL(} REALTY (302) 645-8661 :: !.'; .... .... .-: , ;: .... 107 MADISON DRIVE NESBITT STATION Beautifully fenced yard with playground equipment. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Hostess: Camilla Conlon JACK LINGO., REALTOR (302) 227-3883 00iiii ii! !!!ii  :"21' :!!,!i!!i !iii!ij! 139 MADISON DRIVE NESBITT STATION 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home with split bedrooms. Screened breezeway, porch, 2 car garage. Hostess: Kathy Engel PRUDENTIAL GALLO REALTY (302) 645-6661 OPEN HOUSES SATURDAY, JUNE 00lst 12 NOON - 4 P-M- It has an open floor plan and is ideal for retirement, starter or beach getaway. Fea- tures LR, kitchen, 2 BR, 2 BA, fenced-in rear yard, storage shed ceiling fan. Has a new heat pump, connected to the sewer system. $,52,900. Nail to the beach from this 3 story townhome in a great, waterfront com- munity on Lewes Beach. Community offers pool, tennis courts and fishing pier. Ride your bike to the Start Park trails and ocean swimming. $196,900. 3- 5 BR Colonial at 9 DeVries Circle, Historic Lewes. This home, built by craftsman ship builders offers a large LR, DR, kitchen, family, laundry room and 2 BA. It includes a fire- place with stones from the old Cape Hentopen Lighthouse. Has a large parklike tot with beautiful trees and shrubs. The two-car garage with workshop, loft, and the large screened porch add to it's charm. $259,900. VERY NICE MOBILE IN THE HEART OF LEWES This 3-4 BR, 1/2 duplex, has a wonderful location within walking distance to restaurants and quaint shops of historic Lewes. The home has a private yard and a front and rear porch. Heating and air i conditioning system is less than 5 years old. Can be yours for $115,000. PORT LEWES tm Raisin much to their liking. l'hese ice creams, along with 97 percent fat: free yogurt in nilla, chocolate, cherry vanilla, ach, banana strawberry and aeberry, can be ordered in a cup, tween two freshly made waf- ,,s, With fruit and as sundaes - 20 ppings all told - such as hot dge, butterscotch, Heath bar, cans and vanilla chips. Waffle nes and even waffle dishes are rt of the selection. Stahl, who has n extensive ckground as a chef and enjoys eating new and tempting treats, ;o offers homemade waffle logs pped in chocolate and nuts, as .11 as fresh peach melba with ench vanilla ice cream and rasp- .rry sauce, bananas foster and s very own brownies, cannoli cam horns, waffle and cookie tspberry.Truffle, Pigtachio and ;till serving ice cream today and ATI'ORNEY AT LAW was here that his grandson, wis L. Bassett, refined the EVENING AND WEEKEND SETTLEMENTS BY APPOINTMENT :ipes that are used-today. 120 SOUTH BEDFORD ST. 420 REHOBOTH AVE. 'or years Bassetts was only GEORGETOWN, DE 19947 REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 TEL. (302)855-0120 TEL. (302) 227-4107 ailable in Philadelphia. But un- FAX (302)855-0395 r the stewardship of fourth gen- Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in these areas. ttion cEo Ann Bassett and fifth ne:ation president Michael "ange, Bassetts has expanded its ;tribution and now also 6ffers bet and 97 percent fat free yo- rts in a variety of flavors. While the rich, creamy vanilla cked with real bourbon vanilla an is still an all-time favorite, my patrons are finding the Irish fffee, Double Chocolat e Chip, ABSOLUTELY CHARMING