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NARFE to meet in Dewey Aug. 20 Sussex County Chapter No. 1690 of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) will hold its next meet- ing on Wednesday, Aug. 20, at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach. Socializing starts at 11:30 a.m. with lunch served at 12:15 p.m. The program will be presented by Russell McCabe, spokesman for the Delaware Public Archives. Please call Elmira Nizer at 539- 3382 for reservations. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 - 27 HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED? AMENT LYNCI00ARR A T T O R N E Y $ A T L A W NO FEE UNLESS RECOVERY In Lewes 645-4545 In Wilmington (800) 773-2599 Kathleen Murphy weds Jonathan Thurman Kathleen Ann Murphy and Jonathan Andrew Thurman were married June 21 in Holy Faith Catholic Church. Offici- ating was the Rev. James R. Murphy. The bride, daughter of Kathleen Phyllis Murphy of Gainsville, and the late Edmund J. Murphy, M.D., wore a tra- ditional, short-sleeved ballgown of natural silk, re-embroi- dered lace, sweetheart neckline, Basque waist and chapel train. Her attendants were Olga Bertozzi, Maria Koury, Adri- enne Pozzetta, Diedre Boylan and Carly Thurman. The bridegroom, son of Charlotte Joan Thurman of Re- hoboth Beach, and the late Capt. K. Lee Thurman, was at- tended by Matthew Thurman, Christopher Thurman, Robert Lauser, Reed Damson, and David Burnell. The bride and bridegroom are employed by the Manelle Bay Hotel, Lanai City, Hawaii. After a wedding trip to Charleston, S.C., the couple will live in Lanai City. Zwaanendael Club to hold sidewalk sale Aug. 16 The Zwaanendael Club will hold its annual summer sidewalk sale on Saturday, Aug. 16, beginning at 9 a.m. at their clubhouse located on the comer of Third Street and Savannah Road. The sale will feature many attic treasures, household items, books, jewelry, and baked goods. 'Madam Earnestine' will again be on hand to read palms. Proceeds from the sale will go to local charities and to the upkeep of the club building. Ixperieme e ool Caste d sm.er at TETA'S WATER ICE AND SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM South Philly Style Made Fresh Daily Featuring the a# a Cooling mixture of Water Ice and Ice Cream And at prices that are a real treat! Small $1.00 Med 2 25 I I -- Pick Up A Quart of Water Ice For Th Beach. Only $2.75 --J 18 Wilmington Ave. 1 Street South of Reh. Ave., Ocean Block (across from Soudmaux's) OPEN DAILY 11 TO 11 227-5596 Located at the North end of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk next to the Henlopen Hotel Store hours: Man - Sat loam to Spin & 7:30pro to lOpm Sun 7pm to lOpm Call (302)227-2524 48 ANNUAL CONVENTION CENTER REHOBOTH AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 26 DEALERS from 8 STATES TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AUG 5-6 9r 10 a.m.- 7 p.m.-k THURSDAY, AUGUST 7th -k 10 a.m.- 5 p,m. -k ADMISSION S3-- FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (302) 945-3707 VISIT LINDA FREAR'S TEA ROOM FOR LUNCH 11 A.M.- 2 P.M.