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30 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, September 25 - October 1, 1998 St. Edmond,s rummage sale set gct&apos;';.; "' The Blessed Virgin Sodality of St. Edmond's and St. Jude's Church will sponsor its annual rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday and Friday, Oct. 1 and 2, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 3. The sale will be held in the parish hall at King Charles and Hickman streets in Rehoboth Beach. All proceeds from the fundraiser will support local chari- ties. For more information, call P, hilomena at 227-6496 or Provy at 227-2075. ., liilNlb=dl00)m = SEALY QUALITY & COMFORT BUILT INTO EVERY MATTRESS *t M00ITRESS  upport yourself and your wallet with Sealyt Scaly Posturcpcdic  the course map to pick their stop- ping point and inform their spon- sors. There will be no rain date. Money collected from sponsors should be turned in to the partici- pant's church office or chair with- in a week of the event, if possible. Any local businesses or organi- zations who would like to sponsor a walker should contact a local church or chair Yvonne Martz at 645-6228, or Fred Wiedmann at 227-7693. _ "Unique 7nltu ie Un|qe pes" mLBr, A /' ' v HOURS: I " K Mon.-Sat. 10-6 , l/ff U a L  I'HOII  Sun. Noon-5 , |lt!N'lt i Illff , , .   )' f"" "1: -- FLEXIBLE FINANCING AVAILABLE -- "  r [ DECORATING AND WINDOW TREATMENT CONSULTATIONS WITH DELORES JEAN.INTERIORS BY APPOINTMENT  I I "" - HOME FUBNISHINGS BRIDAL REGISTRY NOW AVAILABLE' -- " j | I t; 302-684.0661. FAX (302)684-06624112 miles west of 5 points. Lewes/Geo;getown Highway I hoboth Association of Churches have the sponsor sheets, and course maps. The association's goal this year is to have 10 walkers from each church participating and each reaching a minimum goal of $60 from sponsorships. Last year, only about 60 people participated in the event, raising a total of $5,000. Twenty-five per- cent of the funds raised stayed in the Cape Region to assist needy " FIRM or PLUSH ULTRA PLUSH FIRM )( *547 =797 *1177 1 i QUEEN SET Reg. $875 QUEEN SET Reg. $1245 QUEEN SET Reg. $1875 I 1 ' TWIN SET ......... Reg. $595 TWIN SET ......... Reg. $8.75 TWIN SET ........ Reg. $1395 I I HARVESTVALUE " HA RVESTVALUE HARVESTVALUE 395JoBI , , ,4.7 ..,7 I FULL SET ........... Reg. $795 FULL SET .......... Reg. $1095 FULL SET .......... Reg. $1645 | "-m" " I I .AvEsr W, UE .A.WST WUE .AVESr VAUE I ' I Submitted photo ) I s477 =697 *1047 [ l i KING3 pc. SET eg. '1275 KING3 pC. SET Reg. $1745 KING3 pC. SET Reg. ,47S I  I Bartell engaged to Parsons i  H;91/E9"mE 1 1 Carl R. and Joy Bartell of Lewes have announced the en- gagement of their daughter, Lisa Ann Bartell, to Richard L. Scaly Parsons, sonofJeffandKarenParsonsofRehobothBeach. ,00us, rhe bride-to-be is a graduate of Cape Senlopen High School I; I 437 *577 I ;' and the University of Delaware. She is employed as a parale. *337 * gal with Harvard Business Services in Lewes. The groom- Beach.emplyed elect is An also as Oct. 17 aagraduate manager wedding of with Capeis Blockbuster planned.Henlpen Video High Schoolin Rehoboth and is I " ,I QUEEN SET QUEEN SET Re9. $875 QUEEN SET ._ s.s n I v'" ' I TWIN SET ......... Reg. $325 TWIN SET R 37 TWUN SET ......... I.. $6T, n ? P Walk set for Oct. 3 s 187 $4,, '277 *137 i ;,, I   i u %'.;;;..;;;;;..:""'= FULL SET ........... Reg. $595 FULL SET ........... Reg. ,, I --. The 17th annual CROP Walk is and hungry area residents. The m{ [.F I , ........... HARV=STVALUE HARVEST VALUE I 13.1) the first event sponsored 15y the rest was sent to Church World J' I *287 *377 *497 J Lewes-Rehoboth Association of Services to purchase food and I L I KING3pS,E'R,,:,$, KING3pc. SETRec$89S KING3pc. SET Reg. $1215 I P Churches. This year, it will begin seeds, provide preventative health l Jk I . .......... . HARVEST VALUE HARVEST VALUE I at l0a.m'Saturday, Oct. 31inthe care andtorestockfoodpantries I ; I " $447 ,577 ,787 parking lot of Rehoboth Elemen- in more than 70 countries. A por- I. _ tary School. at' tion also stays in the United States | n There will be a sign-in table to help the victims of floods and mu, ........... ,,, ........... .......... ,,=,,,,,,ill which eachparticipantwillbe other naturaldisasters. I' M i |r.ll|lHf- l/-N,  given a card to be signed at vari- Over 270,000 people participat- J | . I -tl _ -- , ,,,-- - , ._,,._m  ,i' / ous locations along the six-mile ed in CROP Walks across Ameri- course. Participants will also turn ca, providing a major portion of  ILm m in the first sheet of their sponsor the funds needed by this division form. of Church World Services. I < n - ,,, ,,._, c m The course includes a walk Anyone interested is encouraged I IF I ...,a, I1 ." rl """ I -- \\; ,-,l ,.? . / across the footbridge, a stroll to see their church secretary for a J .1". FI{E Local Delivery And Set-Up Fl?d Re,wal of Old Btddin& x C-)// " along the Boardwalk and a tour of sponsor heet. I  171{EE Bed Frame With Qualifying Purdmse  Henlopen Acres before heading Those who would like to partic- J " back to the school, ipate but for health reasons cannot Sect/ Parsons, son of Jeff and Karen Parsons of Rehoboth Beach. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and the University of Delaware. She is employed as a parale- gal with Harvard Business Services in Lewes. The groom- elect is also a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and is employed as a manager with Blockbuster Video in Rehoboth Beach. An Oct. 17 wedding is planned. the first event sponsored by the course. Participants will also turn All churches in the Lewes-Re- walk the entire course should use