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34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 25 - October 1, 1998 Lower your monthly payments today: RECE NOW with HANSEN fINANCIAl. Fixed rates are currently as low as All00pes0fl0ans, 6% Anwpes0fcredit, for both NEI4r PURCHASES & refinances. We work with over 57 investors offering over 320 mortgage programs. This allows Hansen Financial the flexYoility to provide creative financing solutions that fit your needs. THE ONLY WORD WE KNOW IS "APPROVED." 888-776-7701 Don't wait to own or refinance. RATES AND TERMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY Dennis Forney photos Dog walkers raise funds for Delaware Humane Association For the second consecutive year, animal lovers and their dogs gathered at Cape Henlopen High School for a fundraising walk or rollerblade for the Delaware Humane Association. This year's turnout of between 30 and 40 doubled last year's 15 to 20 turnout. "We hope to be doing this down here every year," said Dawn Becker, a volunteer for Delaware Humane Association. "Delaware Humane Association is a "no-kill' shelter for animals located in Wilmington. We work very hard to get all of our animals adopted. I have three myself that have been brought to the shelter. We have a very good trainer on staff who trains the animals to be good in homes," she said. In addition to getting to take their pets on a walk of more than three miles, participants in the Sunday, Sept. 20 event also enjoyed the live music of "Missing Pieces" and a number of canine contests. These photos show Betsy Hickman of Elkridge, Md., below right, with her 17-year-old Yorkshire terrier, Gabby. "She's a Yorkie with a haircut; that's why she looks so small," said Hickman as Gabby peered out of a canvas bag on her arm. In human years, Gabby - now blind and deaf - is 119. Also shown, above, are Jason and Roxann Williams of Lincoln, with their basset hound, Coon-Coon; Rottweiler-shepherd mix, Shooter;, and Rot- tweiler, Chopper. Jason, Roxann, Shooter and Coon-Coon participate in the Lower Delaware Therapy Dog Associates, visiting nursing homes, hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Below, left, Margaret Ann Tansey, Democrat candidate for Sussex County Recorder of Deeds, used the event as an opportunity to spend some time with her two dogs and do some politicking. "I'm everywhere," said Tansey, "and I'm loving every minute of it." Births Beebe Medical Center, Tammy Sample, Bridgeville, )bituaries Continued from page 33 vices, Frankford, with burial in St. George's Cemetery, Clarksville. Contributions are suggested to the memorial fund of St. George's United Methodist Church in mem- ory of William C. West Jr. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Frankford. Elizabeth 'Beth' Paine Scally, Dewey homeowner Elizabeth "Beth" Paine Scally, 77, of Sterling, Va., died Wednes- day, Sept. 16, 1998, in Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mrs. Scally was a graduate of Sept. 1, daughter. Darren and Lisa Dorey, Mills- boro, Sept. 3, son. Jennifer Radet, Frankford, Sept. 3, daughter. Penn State University and taught English at Darby High School, Darby, Pa., from 1942 to 1945. Shewas a member of Delta Gamma Sorority at Penn State. She owned a summer home in Dewey Beach. She is survived by her husband, Paul Scally, of Sterling; a son, Stephen Paine Scally of Philadel- phia; a daughter, Susan Scally Slye of Alexandria, Va.; and three granddaughters, Maggie, Catie and Elizabeth Slye, all of Alexan- dria. Services and burial were pri- vate. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, Southern Di- vision, N. DuPont Highway, Georgetown, DE 19947. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- Robert and Laura Deckmann, Milton, Sept. 4, son. Maria Santos, Lewes, Sept. 4, daughter. Chad and Cassandra Asher, Georgetown, Sept. 4, daughter. Chris and Colleen Bisaha, Ocean City, Md., Sept. 4, son. Roman and Carmen Saenz, Frankford, Sept. 4, daughter. Kenneth and Andrea Woolsey, Dagsboro, Sept. 4, daughter. Carlos Baties and Tara Santos, Rehoboth Beach, Sept. 5, son. William and Elizabeth Willey, Millsboro, Sept. 6, son. Ernest and Angela McBroom, Seaford, Sept. 7, daughter. Carl and Melinda Wright, Harbeson, Sept. 7, daughter. Cirito and Margarita Estrada, Frankford, Sept. 8, daughter. Jermaine Willis and Ronette Steward, Milton, Sept. 8, son. Shawn Littleton and Anita Lit- tleton, Milton, Sept. 8, daughter. Connie Quillen, Lewes, Sept. 9, daughter. The Area's Largest Supplier of: TREES * SHRUBS * PERENNIALS * ANNUALS * MULCH ORNAMENTAL GRASSES and DECORATIVE YARD ACCESSORIES -EXPERT ADVICE AVAILABLE TO MAKE YOUR YARD A SHOWPLACE- 4 MILES NORTH OF LEWES HWY ONE (AT EAGLES CREST) 645-2170 ....AND MUCH MORE! SAVE $1.OO glDWAY SHOPPING CENTER 4S HIGHWAY ONE, REHOBOTH, DE 19971 PHONE: (302) 644-9034. FAX: (302) S44-9036 !!iii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii0000iiiiii00iiiiiiiii0000i00ii iiiiii!ii!iii! iiii:0000!: iiiiiiiii!!il;i iil iiiiiiii:iiiiiii:ii!iii;:;!iiiiiiiii:ii:!iiii iiii!ii:iiiii!iiiiiii:iiiii::iii!iiiiiiiiii!iiii