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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 17 - September 23, 1999 Hitchcock Submitted photo RAL continues fall classes The Rehoboth Art League invites everyone to try their hand at some interesting art techniques in classes being of. feredthis fall. The classes include Introduction to 3-D Stone Carving, Sept. 17-19; Glass Bead Making, Sept. 21-23; Venet- ian Glass Bead Making, Sept. 25-26; Woodcut Printing With- out a Press, Sept. 27-29; Introduction to 3-D Wood Carving, Oct. 8-10; Painting Coastal Landscapes, Oct. 13-15; and Glass Bead Making, Oct. 19-21. Anyone interested in registering should call the league at 227.8408, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, for class fees, times and materials. Christmas Continued from page 73 ladies have been scouring the countryside to bring them to the convention center. St. George's Chapel ECW chapter, under the guidance of Joanne Bonner, will again sell their bird-related items at the Birds-R-Us booth, along with a new line of angels. St. Ann's ECW chapter, known as the Sew-Sews, chaired by Helen Ab- bott, have been busy gettifig to- gether many Christmas Shop fa- vorites. This year they will raffle a counted-cross stitch tablecloth with matching napkins depicting the Twelve Days of Christmas. St. Francis ECW chapter, Pot Pourri, under the leadership of Lou Taylor, are presenting treas- ures of the past at their popular booth, while St. Boniface ECW chapter, chaired by Anna Misener as chief cook and bottle washer, will open the doors of the Christ- mas Caf6 each day from i 1:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will serve their famous chicken salad, chili and homemade desserts. Not to be outdone, the Bake Shop will be open each day with food items gathered together by Peg Belto and Marcia Birdsell. The Bake Shop will also feature a Beanie Babie raffle. Posters pub- licizing the Christmas Shop will be distributed by Lois Johnson, with news and entertainment me- dia being covered by Punx Wingate'and Anne Ratledge. Decorating the convention cen- ter is always a formidable'task, but Lois Nickerson and Jan Ben- drick will provide a holiday am- biance for eager shoppers who will be guided by brochures arranged for by Priscilla Smith and sigtls donated by Mary Lou Deakyne. In charge of setting up all of the booths will be Helen Continued from page 73 Sept. 17: Rebecca (1941). Based on the Daphne Du Maurier novel and starring Lawrence Olivier, Joan Fontaine and George Sanders. Produced by David O, Selznick. His first American film depicts a girl who marries a British noble- man only to live in the shadow of his former wife. 7 p.m. Spellbound (1945). Ingrid Bergman plays a psychiatrist who tries to understand the troubles in Gregory Peck's life. The film earned an Oscar for its Miklos Rozsa score. Based on the Francis Breeding novel, The House of Dr. Edwardes." On Saturday, Sept. 18: Lifeboat (1944). A group of shipwreck survivors during World War II are left adrift in the cramped confines of a liferaft. Based on the John Steinbeck nov- el and starring Tallalah Bankhead, Walter Slezak and Hume Cronyn. Notorious (1946). Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman star in this post World War II espionage thriller that ranks up with Hitch- Abrahms and Carol Wells. Millie Potts, treasurer, and Dean Belt, assistant treasurer, along with Suzanne Hickey, sec- retary, will be working behind the scenes to keep track of every- thing. OPEN TUESDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY THRU SEPTEMBER with DJ each night: "k DOUBLE HEADER "k TUESDA Y The Original (since 1977) 1/2 Price Burgers . joins up with -k Iced Tea Night with specials on. -k BUDWEISER Great Margaritas! Hours: Dinner Served Nightly 5-10 Laraest Most Diverse Menu Notorius Jumbo Lump Crabcakes "k Fresh Seafood -Jk" Great Appetizers -- Super Sandches & Burgersk " "k" Vegetarian Selections " Killer Desserts "k" SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE  ::::::::::::::::::::: cock's best. Claude Rains also marries to aid a U.S. agent., 9:30 stars as a'spy whom Bergman p.m. 00t00r's to feature original folk art Kitty s Ltd. of Millsboro will host David Scott Ennis of Lyell's Court from II a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 18. Ennis's original design folk art is expressed as scarecrows, pumpkin heads, witches, Santas, snow people, angels and dolls. Vintage clothing and accessories set off these designs. Ennis will be signing collectibles for visitors. For more information, call 934-9578. Apply Immediately N OW HIRING SERVERS Only 8 year round positions remaining Earn Best Money Year Round At The Beach Other positions available. Apply in person or call (302) 645"8273