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22 - CAPE GAZETI'E, Frday, August 5 - August U, 1994 Mary Katherine King weds Robert Joseph Palmer Mary Katherine King and Robert Joseph Palmer were united in marriage on Saturday, April 9, 1994 at noon at Grace Methodist Church, Georgetown. The Rev. Charles Nixon performed the cer- emony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin B. King of Seaford. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Palmer of Lewes. The bride wore a white satin gown featuring a sweetheart neck- line and short puffed sleeves, lay- ered in schiffli lace and accented with satin bows. The bodice was embellished with pearls and iri- descent sequins and fell into a full skirt adorned with sequins and satin bows. The lace trimmed train flowed from beneath the em- broidered peplum at the waist. A headpiece trimmed in pearls and sequins and veil completed the en- semble. She carded a cascading bouquet of lilies, stephanotis, pale pink roses, ivy and Queen Anne's lace. The maid of honor was Jacque- line Duncan of Milton, friend of the bride. Ursula Pierce of Seaford, and Jennifer Migliore of Hockessin served as bridesmaids. They wore matching fuscia taffeta floor length gowns and carried bouquets of a mixture of spring flowers. The best man was James Curan of Voorhees, N.J., a friend of the groom. Charles Riley of Lewes, and William Jones of Bethesda, Obituaries MR. ANDMRS. ROBERTJOSEPH PALMER Md. served as groomsmen. They wore matching black tuxedos with black ties and cummerbunds. The soloist was Janet L. King of Newark, aunt of the bride. She sang "The Gift of Love," by Hal Hopson. The guest book was at- tended by Tara Sexton of Berke- ley Heights, N.J., a friend of the couple. A luncheon reception was held at Rehoboth Beach Country Club with music provided by J.T. Cruise. Photography was by Lloydlee Heite. The groom is a 1993 graduate of the University of Delaware with a degree in civil engineering and is employed by Davis, Bowen and Friedel, Inc., Salisbury, Md. as a civil engineer. Following a honeymoon in the Poconos, the couple are residing in Seaford. @ @ Call 655-5957 Michael B. Cearlock, construction worker Michael B. Cearlock, 32, of Sandalwood in Rehoboth Beach, died Wednesday, Aug. 3, 1994, of respiratory failure at home. Mr. Cearlock was born in Columbus, Ohio, and graduated from Thomas Edison High School in Alexandria, Va. in 1981. He worked in construction and maintenance for several compa- nies in the Washington, D.C. met- ropolitan area. He also worked for several management companies. Mr. Cearlock also held his real estate license in Virginia. He is survived by his compan- ion of many years, Robert C. Frederick. He also is survived by his moth- er and stepfather, Maxetta and Robert Rositzke of Alexandria, Va.; his father and stepmother, Bruce and Nile Cearlock of Oak- land, Calif.; his sister and brother- in-law, Diana and John Bridger of Fairfax, Va.; his maternal grand- mother and step-grandfather, Opel and Herbert Armstrong of Aurora, Colo.; his paternal grandmother and step-grandfather, Irene and Earl DeWitt of Decatur, Ill.; two nieces, Sara and Clair Bridger, and a nephew, Brennan Bridger, all of Fairfax, Va. He also is sur- vived by several aunts, uncles and cousins. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, at Epworth United Methodist Church, 20 Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. Entombment will be private at Mt. Comfort Cemetery in Alexan- dria, Va. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the JIM Fund, 4274 Highway One, Re- hoboth Beach, Delaware 19971. More Obituaries - page 24 EN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU SAILED TO A PLACE THAT'S STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS. 9 --L ., -_3> __ Enjoy a 70-minute trip across the Delaware Bay aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and visit the place where over 400 species of birds call home. The Cape May Bird Observatory serves as an important resting and feeding area for migrant and breeding birds. For two centuries Cape May, NJ has been the premier location for observing birds in North America. The Ferry puts you right in the middle of it all. THE BEST FERRY RIDE ON THE EAST COAST!