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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 25 - October 1, 1998 - 55 Fetterman agency welcomes associate Fetterman Insurance Agency recently welcomed Angela Fleming to its team of sales associates. Licensed in property and casualty insur- ance, Fleming will be responsible for developing the Nationwide agency&apos;s Colonial market - a subsidiary of Nationwide. A native of Pennsylvania, Fleming resides in Milton and boasts extensive experi- ence in customer service. "We are thrilled to have Angela aboard," said Dave Fetterman, president of the Fetterman agency. TURNKEY DOUBLEWID $39,999 over 1200 sq. ft. Pnce includes: Delivery. Setup. AC. Electric Hook-up, Water & Sewer Hook.up s Vinyl Skirting s Fiberglass Steps, Front and Rear OAKWOOD HOMESot MmaOlO 655East DuPont Highway 302-934-7417 Tdsh Vernon photo Dale Bellinger secures a pendant from the Cape Henlopen Collexion around the neck of Bellinger's Jewelers sales associate Brooke Sterling as they prepare their display for Coast Day 1998, which will be held at the College of Marine Studies in Lewes on Sunday, Oct. 4. Bellinger's to exhibit exclusive Cape Henlopen Collexion at Coast Day Coast Day, slated for the Col- lege of Marine Studies in Lewes, is right aroundthe comer, and a team from Bellinger's Jewelers of Rehoboth Beach will be on-site to familiarize the public with their Cape Henlopen Collexion, an of- feting of 14K gold pieces inspired by landmarks found along the Delaware's coast. Designed by store owner Dale Bellinger and his father, Glenn, who started the business with his wife, Bernice, almost 25 years ago, the two worked for five years from the time the idea was con- ceived until the premier piece was offered in 1996. That piece is a replica of.the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse that washed into the sea more than 50 years ago. This original piece won the Bellingers a first place in the Maryland- Delaware-Washington, D.C. Jew- elers Association's 1997 Jewelry Design Contest. Just a couple of years later, Bellinger' s offers five different styles, exquisitely detailed and most offering a diamond in the beacon. Besides the Cape Hen- lopen Light, the Collexion in- cludes Lewes Breakwater Light, Harbor of Refuge Light, the Fen- wick Island Lighthouse (with a portion of the sales proceeds of this piece donated to the Friends of the Fenwick Island Lighthouse) and a World War II watchtower. All designs are copyrighted, so anyone wearing a "piece of the Delaware coast" can rest assured they are sporting jewelry which is indigenous to the Cape Region. They are limited to an edition of 750 each and numbered sequen- tially and can be customized with additional diamonds or other pre- cious gems, They have been made evenznore versatile by the fact that in addition to the pendant format, they are also available as 7 tie tacks, lapel/hat pins and cuf- flinks, with the newest additions being miniature Cape Henlopen Light dangle earrings, which can also be converted into stud sets by special order. Those wishing to sport all five pieces at once can collect them on a charm bracelet as well. "These renderings of southern Delaware landmarks were intend- ed to capture the maritime history of the area and reflect their lasting contribution to our local history and our promising future," Dale Bellinger noted of the reason the Collexion will be available for viewing at Coast Day, which takes place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Pilottown Road's College of Ma- rine Studies complex. In the future, Bellinger's plans to add new pieces will reflect the abundant sea life found along the coast. For more information, call Bellingcr's at 227-6410. 13 bedrooms, 2 baths. C/A, elec- tric heat & 10x20 hot tub in MBR. Water filtration system. Heavy d=ycxs. Purchase price of $3S,SOO. MARSHFIELD 14X70 3 bedrooms, 2 beth, MC, heat pump, electriC cooking, W/D, soreoned/onclosed porch, shed. i Fumisbed with e=cepUons of few items. Purchase price of $38,000. D - 32 1979 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 10930 eJuminem =rand porch, exlo rid. O huBg, electric cookg, 2 window unit/VC metal mot. Furnished wilh exception of washer, W, piaures, picnic table, sde md pao tunum. Purchase price of $28,OOO. G - 9 1987 FLINTSTONE 143(70 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, All i electdc home. New wash- er and dryer. Furnished except for some items. 12:<20 deck. Purchase price of $43,900. ltIlttITd3A 1988 SKYLINE 28X60 3 bedrooms, 2 Ihs. C/A, gas heat and elect: moldng. DW, tC18 front deck, shingled rOof. Unfurnished. ! Upgraded appliances including a qace= nVcrove. Stared in qd- e cul-de-sac Mth beaullful shade trees. Purchase price of $62,9OO. IlOllmS The demand is high for fme homes. If you've been frustrated by your home not selling, or want to see what your home is worth in today's ever changing market, call Century 21 MANN & MOORE to speak with an experienced agent. Our office SELLS FAST FOR TOP DOLLAR. We guarantee our service in writing. "Don't wait,, the buyers won't". VISIT US ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB AT: www.century21beach, com EMAIL - Rehoboth Beach DE. 19971-1147 G - 31 1987 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, electric heat & coddn C/A, dUmh- er, WfO, 10x23 deck and an A-I frame shingled roof. Furnished Price reduced to $39,900. 2 bedrooms, 2 balhs, C/A, shingled roof. sho . Purchase price of $39,900. 6 Months FREE lot rent with this home K - 40 1989 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, cen- tral heat & air, unfurn- mished, electric cooking, :!deck, shed and fireplace. Purchase price of $36,9OO. M - 2 1988 WESTGATE 14X70 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. W/D, A/C. Log burn- ing fireplace never used. 12x14 deck. Purchase price of $25,OOO. lncludm S month lot ttat.