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Marriage Licenses Obituaries Continued from page 30 Beach; three sisters, Pamela Bland of Rehoboth Beach, Evelyn Bland of Milton and Rachell Powell of Selbyville; and several nieces and nephews. Services were held at the Dags- boro Congregation of the King- dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Dagsboro. Arrangements were made by Watson Funeral Home. Ruth P. Roe, seamstress Ruth P. Roe, age 77, of Denton, Md. died of cancer Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996, at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Roe was a homemaker and a seamstress, having worked in clothing factories in Denton and Lewes. Before moving to Denton, Mrs. Roe had lived in Rehoboth Beach since 1957. She attended St. Edmond's Catholic Church in Rehoboth Beach. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Dawson Roe, who died Sept. 23, 1982. She is survived by one son, Robert D. Roe of Newark, Calif.; one daughter, Joyce Ann Morris of Denton; a brother, Robert F. Magrogan of Ridgely; four sisters, Margaret Dulin of St. Michaels, Md., Betty Slacum of Cambridge, Md., and Charlotte Pappa and Dot A. McBride, both of Wilmington; six grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. Mass of Christian burial was held in St. Elizabeth's Roman Catholic Church in Denton, with burial at Denton Cemetery. Con- tributions are suggested to St. Elizabeth's and St. Benedict's Ro- man Catholic Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 459, Ridgely, MD 21660. Births Gladys E. Davis, homemaker Gladys E. Davis, age 81, of Mil- ford, died Sunday, Sept. 15, 1996 at Milford Memorial Hospital of heart failure. Mrs. Davis, a homemaker, was born on in Lincoln. She was a member of Siloam AME Church in Slaughter Neck, where she was an organist for the choir. Mrs. Davis was a member of the Senior Citizen in Milford. She is survived by a son, Eu- gene Neal of Philadelphia; a brother, Oscar Young of Milford; two sisters. Zela Brittingham of Milton and Rena Smith of Philadelphia; a sister-in-law, Nao- mi Young of Milford; a brother- in-law, Elder Granville Britting- ham of Milton; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Services were held at the Siloam AME Church in Slaughter Neck, with burial at Siloam Cemetery. Arrangements were made by Young's Funeral Homes, Milford. James Willis Spruill, Rehoboth CC worker James Willis "Junebug" Spruill, age 52, of Georgetown, died Sun- day, Sept. 22, 1996 of a heart at- tack. For the past 12 years, Mr. Spruill was employed as a me- chanic with the Rehoboth Beach Country Club. He is survived by his wife, Car- ol Ann Spruill; four sons, James W. Spruill Jr., Jonathan D. Spruill and Bradley Fawbush, all at home, and James Tolliver of Berlin, Md.; two daughters, Jenna E. Spruill at home and Kelly Faw- bush of Durham, N.C.; three sis- ters, Mary Frances Spruill and Juanita Know, both of Milton, and Eula Deshields of Dover; and one brother, John Body of Dover. Services were held at Christ Church, Harbeson, with burial in People's Memorial Park, Lewes. Arrangements were made by Miller Funeral Home, Millsboro. James N. Moore, U of D manager James Noonan Moore, age 50, of Brandywine Hundred, died Monday, Sept. 23, 1996, of a heart attack at Wilmington Hospital. Mr. Moore was a manager of qgome, help us celebrate our 3rd Anniversary The lUnglican arish of t. 'ames, Millsboro meeting at Historic Prince George's Chapel, Dagsboro, Delaware on October 6, 1996. Holy Eucharist at 10"00 a.m., using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, in use at the time of the Chapel's founding. The Right Reverend E. Michele LaRoque presiding. All other times the 1928 BCP and the 1940 Hymnal. Sunday Worship, 9:30 a.m. at Atlantic Budget Inn, Millsboro, DE. " ttFtPlgGAZErrE, Friday,'Septembbr'27 ::Oy6bet" $; tqJ96. 81 the University of Delaware's Wilmington campus for 15 years and worked for the Easter Seal Society of Delmar at the Stockley Center near Georgetown for two years. Most recently, he was evening coordinator at Delaware Tech Stanton Campus. He was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. He is survived by his wife, Frances; a son, Matthew of Wilm- ington; a daughter, Amy Beth Moore at home; parents, Harvey and Anne Moore of Dewey Beach; and two sisters, Elizabeth Moore of Landenberg, Pa. and Maryanne Harper of Austin, Tx. Mass of Christian Burial was held at Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, with burial in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Summit. Contributions are sug- gested to Plycystic Kidney Re- search Foundation, 922 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo. 64106. Kevin C. Craughon, Lewes, and Teresa M. Bums, Lewes. Christopher A. Batdorf, Lebanon, Pa., and Lori A. McMinn, Lebanon, Pa. Carl E. Mross, Lincoln, and Ed- na Barbara L. Carlino, Milford. Wayne P. Byrd Jr., Delmar, and Genelle A. Brittingham, Delmar. Paul M. Tregoe, Lewes, and Donna M. Buda, Lewes. Robert A. Miller, Baltimore, Md., and Bonnie K. Quillen, Lin- coln. James C. Barnes, Germantown, Md., and Kathleen A. McGinn, Germantown, Md. Michael J. Ferry, Hatfield, Pa., and Christina A. Colon, Hatfield, Pa. Blandy L. Kellam III, Seaford, and April Carter, Cambridge, Md. Martin L. Ammons, Delmar, and Karen E. Daisey, Frankford. Wayne K. Hill, Milton, and Melinda A. Nute, Milton. Richard M. Johnson, Lincoln, and Rene G. Garey, Greenwood. Francis J. Patton, Milton, and Susan O. Hunter, Milton. Larry D. Rash, Farmington, and Wanda L. Hoyt, Greenwood. Michael D. Brittingham, Pow- eilville, Md., and Tracy L. Truitt, Salisbury, Md. Howard L. Bunting, Selbyville, and Bonnie K. Rust, Millsboro. Bernardo A. Gumucio, Bethes- da, Md., and Irene R. Soernssen, Bethesda, Md. Alan D. Manning Jr., Parkes- burg, Pa., and Cynthia L. Longsinger, Parkesburg, Pa. Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Louise Cannon, Rehoboth Beach, Sept. 12, son. John and G. Margaret Carter, Rehoboth Beach, Sept. 12, daugh- ter. Ronald and Jessica Griffith, Frankford, Sept. 12, son. Robert Herrera and Ana Mar- tinez, Millsboro, Sept. 12, son. Frank Murphy and Bianca AI- bertson, Lewes, Sept. 13, son. Jonathan Frey and Shannon Ogurkis, Georgetown, Sept. 13, daughter. Robert and Carol Heimbach, Georgetown, Sept. 14, son. Marci Layton, Lewes, Sept. 15, son. Since 1924... Bringing You Imported Special Carpets, Merchandise Rugs, & Gifts From Fine Jewelry, Around The Decorative World Interiors R e Stuart Kingston, Inc. ONe-Of-A-KiNd Since 1930 h o b o t h B e a c h , D E 1 9 9 7 1 Authentic Handcrafted Reproductions by ELDRED WHEELER Porringer Top Tea Table circa 1720-1750 Queen Anne tea tables with porringer shaped tops were especially common in colonial Rhode Island. The original of this table came from a Pawtucket, Rhode Island family. 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