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Obituaries Continued from page 32 Mr. Stevens retired ill 1984 af- ter 34 years as an operator at Sun Oil Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. After that he worked for l0 years as a security officer at Zeneca in Talleyville. He was a graduate of Brown Vocational School, Wilm- ington. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Eleanor DeCarlo Stevens; three brothers, Harry J. Jr. of Lewes and George R. and Joseph E., both of Wilmington; and two sisters, Mary DeMartine of Vineland, N.J., and Margaret V. Gorgens of Marco Island, Fla. A Mass was held at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Wilmington with burial in All Saints Ceme- tery, Milltown. Contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Charles Perceval, auto body shop owner Charles Perceval, age 78, of Lewes, died Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1997, of cancer at home. Mr. Perceval was a native of Belmar, N.J., having gradu- ated from Belmar High School. He lived in Lewes for the past 10 years. He served as a mechanic during World PERCEVAL War II in the Pacific Theater and was the owner of Perceval Auto Body Shop in Belmar and liked to restore old cars. Mr. Perceval was a volunteer at the Children's Beach House in Lewes where he taught the sum- mer residential program for three years. He was a five-year member of the RSVP (senior volunteer pro- gram), and a member of the Kiwa- nis, the Methodist Church and was a Mason. He is survived by a son, Mike Perceval of Houston, Tx.; a daughter, Janis Perceval of Bel- mar, N.J.; a sister, Penny GaNum of Vermont; and a brother, Leslie Perceval of West Virginia. Services were private. Contri- butions are suggested to a charity of choice. Angle Moon photo Wandering Wheels arrive in Rehoboth Members of the Wandering Wheels dipped their bicycle wheels in the Atlantic Ocean at the foot of Rehoboth Avenue Thursday afternoon, Aug. 7, finishing their annual cross country trek. Above, Ed and Rhoda Longnecker (left) are sur- rounded by over 55 residents of Landis Homes of Lititz, Pa. Ed is the executive director of the homes, and the couple raised $100,000 for the facility's alzheimer's care unit. This was the 52nd crossing for the Wandering Wheels, which are hosted by Epworth United Methodist Church when they ar- rive in Rehoboth Beach each year. Mary Louise Pepper, retired receptionist Mary Louise Pepper, age 84, of Salisbury, Md., died Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1997, of heart failure at Peninsula Regional Medical Cen- ter in Salisbury. Mrs. Pepper worked for a num- ber of years as a receptionist at Peninsula Regional Educational Center in Salisbury before retiring in 1986. She was a member of the Delmarva Evangelistic Church in Salisbury. She is survived by a son, William Edward Daye Jr. of Salis- bury; a daughter, Catherine Lynch of Lewes; seven grandchildren; Thatcher St., Frankford, where and seven great-grandchildren, friends may call one hour earlier. Services will be held at 2 p.m., Burial will be in the Dagsboro Saturday, Aug. 16, at the Chapel Redmen's Cemetery, Dagsboro. of Melson Funeral Services. Flowers are acceptable. Please Join us for Worship Services New Covenant Presbyterian Church in America 10:00 a.m. Sundays in July & August LOCATmN: THE LAin)too CLtmROUU ON  ROAD THE LANnmO DgVELOWNT, LOCATZD ON OLD LANDING ROAD, REHOBOTH, DE For more information: Call 645-0260 or 645-0480 Rchoboth Beach, Delaware at the Sea Horse Restaurant Presents by Robert Harling An instant Broadway hit and a smash Hollywood movie, Robert Harling's "Steel Magnolias" may be a modern comedy, but it is also a showcase in which six witty and intelligent women interact with love and understanding through times of intense happiness and sadness in their lives. They evoke laughter and tears but leave you with a warm feel- ing at the end. Aug. 21st thru Sept. 27th Call 00/7-741001 reservations DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Dover' University's Parallel Office, Room 214 Delaware Tech Terry Campus 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., weekdays only Call 302/741-2793 for an evening advisement or registration appointment. Georgetown William A. Carter Partnership Center Delaware Tech Owens Campus 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Mon.-Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Fri. Call 302/855-1630 for an evening advisement appointment. Note: Please be prepared to pay when you register. MasterCard, VISA, Discover accepted. More convenient, more flexible, fewer hassles! The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity University.