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80 - CAP G 'riday, Augu 14 - Aqmt 20, 1998 Obituaries Continued fm page 29 retiring in J 983. She was a member of Zion Unit- ed Methodist Church, Milton, where she was a former trustee, Sunday school superintendent and teacher. She was also a former president of the United Methodist Church women, Gideons Interna- tional Auxiliary and National Rur- al Electric Women's Association. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Albert H. Lank; a son, Chris, of Milton; two daughters, Janet Lank and Sharon Owens, both of Milton; two brothers, Robert Stevenson of Milton and Joseph Stevenson of Milford; and six grandchildren. Services were held at Zion Unit- ed Methodist Church, Milton, with burial in the church cemetery. Contributions are suggested to Gideons International, Box 281, Millsboro, DE 19966 or Zion United Methodist Church, Box 220A, Milton, DE 19968. The Rev. G. Francis Wilson, Methodist minister The Rev. G. Francis Wilson, 78, of Millsboro, died Friday, Aug. 7, 1998, at home. The Rev. Wilson was a Methodist minister in the Peninsu- la Conference for 38 years, retir- ing in 1982. He ministered to churches in New Hope, Wha- leyville, Girdletree, Stockton, Remson, Porterville, Quantico, and Rockawalkin, all in Maryland; Ayers and Grace United Methodist Churches in Pittsville, Md.; and Eden United Methodist Church in Willards, Md. More re- cently, he attended St. Iohn's United Methodist Church near Georgetown. He was also a real estate agent, appraiser and auctioneer for more than 50 years. Memberships included the Odd Fellows Lodge, Georgetown, and the Peninsula and Laurel beagle clubs. He is survived by his wife, Edith M. Wilson; a son, David F. of Millsboro; a daughter, Patricia W. VanAuken of Georgetown; four grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren. " services were held at St. John's United Methodist Church, Spring- field Crossroads, with burial in St. John s Cemetery, Georgetown. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice or St. John'S United Methodist Church, both in Georgetown. World War lI, serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Dorothy Wiikins Hudson; a son, Preston J. "P.J." II of Laurel; two brothers, Samuel and Paul, both of Millsboro; and two sisters, Ruth Ayres of Lewes and Lois White of Millsboro. Services were held at Watson Funeral Home, Millsboro, with burial in Henlopen Memorial Park. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, 600 DuPont Highway, Georgetown, DE 19947; or Centenary United Methodist Church, Market and Poplar streets, Laurel, DE 19956. Lena L. Huvers Rehoboth salesperson Lena L. Huvers, 82, of Re- hoboth Beach, died Saturday, Aug. 8, 1998, at home. Mrs. Huvers was a salesperson for various stores in Rehoboth Beach. She attended business school in Miami. She was a member of St. Ed- mond's Catholic Church, Re- hoboth Beach, Where she sang in the choir since 1982. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald, in 1968. She is survived by a brother, Edward G. Lankford, of Denver; and a niece, Loretta Lankford, of Levittown, Pa. Services were held at St. Ed- mond's Catholic Church, with burial in Spring Hill Cemetery, Easton, Md. Contributions are suggested to St. Edmond's Catholic Church Choir, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- al Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. Preston J. Hudson, owned radio/TV store Preston J. Hudson, 75, of Lau- rel, died SaturdayAug. 8, 1998, at his summer horne?fn Riverdale. Mr. Hudson. 0wiand operated HudSon Radio and:"iN Sales and Serv!ce in. L.auurel 50 years. He was a member of the American Legion Post 19, Laurel, and a :member of the 459th Bomb Group Association. He wag a veteran of Ethel Mae Oney, Stockley custodian Ethel Mae Oney, 58, of Laurel, died Wednesday, Aug. S, 1998, of kidney failure at home. Mrs. Oney was a custodian at the Stockley Center near George- town for about 10 years. She was a member of Trinity Faith Christian Center in Lewes, where she was a mother of the church. She is survived by her husband, Earl F. Oney Sr.; two sons, Robert Lee Oney of Seaford and Earl F. Oney Jr. of Rehoboth Beach; five daughters, Evon Davis of Hur- lock, Md., Melissa Hopkins and Victoria Oney of Millshoro, Deb- orah Treherne of Georgetown and Veronica Cornish of Seaford; three sisters, Mary Oney, Gladys Dale and Esther Daniels, all of Laurel; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services were held at Lewis N. Watson Fu- neral Home, Salisbury, Md., with burial in St. Matthew's First Bap- tist Church Cemetery, Laurel. Elsie E. Daye, retired teacher Elsie E. Daye, 98, of Rehoboth Beach, died Friday, Aug. 7, 1998, of heart failure in Beebe Medical Center. Mrs. Daye was a retired elemen- tary school teacher at Selbyville School. She was a member of Ep- worth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach. She was preced- ed in death by her husband, Levin L Daye, in 1966. She is survived by nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held at Bishopville Cemetery, Bish- opville, Md. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck. The Only Maternity Store In Th is RYTHING MUST I I ;I KQ 111 ;i =K-lr:l l,?Io] =[e];igl;1 II =1 / . . /]1 14 Midway Sho "RNITY & ,. WI 645-6842 Center Hitlhway One, Rehoboth Lewes Library's annual book sale set for Sept. 5 The Friends of the Lewes Public Library will once again host their an- nual book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 5, on the library grounds at Kings Highway and Adams Avenue. Among the thousands of books that will be offered for sale are fiction, nonfiction, first edi- tions, children's favorites, recent bestsellers, technical texts and classics. Buyers will also have the opportunity to support the library by purchas- ing a specially designed green canvas tote bag. The raindate is Sept. 6. BACK TO SCHOOL TAX-FREE SHOPPING AT OVER 140 OUTLETS Back to school, a/ready?! For smart savings to beat the bell, shop Rehoboth Outlets. Outfit and equip your student body for less at over 140 tax-free stores including Donna Karan Company Store and Polo Ralph Lauren. You'll find brand name values on every- thing from jeans to jackets and boots to backpacks. Rt. 1 in Rehoboth Beach, DE Mon.-Sat. IOAM-9PM; Sun. IOAM-6PM 888-SHOP333 - 302-226-9223 .