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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 Submitted photo Diane Travis to wed Gene Frabizzio Mr. and Mrs. ,Joseph A. Frabizzio of Wilmington, mad Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Travis of Rehoboth Beach, have an- nounced the engagement of their children, Gone Frabizzio and Diane Travis, both of Lewes. A December 12 wedding is planned at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Reading pays off Caitlyn Mews and her room Sharon check out the new bi- cycle that Caitlyn won in a Milton Public Library draw- ing that climaxed the annual summer reading program. Caitlyn read 98 books, the highest number in the kindergarten category. During the summer awards ceremony, her name was drawn to win the bike. Submitted photo Christmas Continued from page 22 bore will again offer her country creations and unique gifts. From Baltimore, Lucy&apos;s Hand Painted Clothes will offer casual selec- tions for women and girls with a discriminating fashion sense. Poynter's Tree Farm iof Felton is once again selling a iarge vari- ety of Christmas tree: < Wreaths and imported decorations, while Topiary Creations features a dis- play of dried floral topiaries and arrangements brought this year by Karoline Schmith of Middletown. Stockley Center Ceramics has been invited back for its fourth year, offering an abundant array of decorative and useful iterm.Resi- dents living in this residential/edu- cational community for people with mental retardation help to fashion the ceramics and all pro- ceeds return to the program. (Members of the Sussex Garden- ers will assist shoppers with their purchases.) Not to be outdone by profes- sional vendors from out-of-town, the women of All Saints' Parish have once again pulled together to present their own specialties. "One has to arrive early to take advantage of our interesting dis- play of gift items," said Lou Tay- lor, chairman of St. Francis Chap- ter, which sponsors the Potpourri booth. "The ladies really empty their cupboards so that they can offer first class 'recycled goods,'" she added. Again this year, there is another raffle of items from St. Ann's Chapter and the Sew Sews. This year it will be a quilted wall hang- ing with a colorful duck motif, and tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Chairman Ella Curtis said that the ladies will also offer their hand- made articles. All the women are busily bak- ing and cooking in advance of the Christmas Shop in Order to offer a bountiful supply of goods for the Bake Table - enough to last for three days. Dede Fisher and .Peg Belt head up this tremendous ef- fort. Birds-R-Us is a new shop from the St. George's Chapel chapter, featuring all things related to birds . in an array of colorful decorated items. Chairman Betty Jane Hall said, "Although it's been a lot of hard work on the part of many, we have also had a lot of fun getting together each week for the last several months." When a break from shopping is needed, the Christmas Caf6 will offer the perfect place for rest and refreshment. Chairman Anna Mis- ener from the St. Boniface Chap- ter said, "We are again offering our famous chicken salad and will include chili, which was popular last year, chili dogs, homemade desserts and beverages." Cafe hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. All proceeds raised by this event go to charities in the com- munity and nearby vicinity. For information about the show or the charities, call the parish office at 227-7202. IMPORTANT DEL. ESTATE SALE!I SAT., OCT. 10th 10:00 AM at Rehoboth Beach Fire Hall Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, Delaware W Contents including Important Antique Furniture from the estate ofthe late David Coxe, Esquire of HenloFn Acres and Wilmington, DE plus select additions from 3 other Ikimrva Estates : *** TEIP, dtlS: Cash or personal check with 113 on day of sale. A 5% buyers premium will be added to all purchases. 19 Jeep Wrangler lslanaer Yellow with chro wheels. Great beach vehicle. 6 cylinder model 1973 Mercedes km 2D Feffect shape, 4 speed transmission, diesel engine, one owner. INSPECTION: 9:00 a.m. Morning Of Sale 1983 Rolls Royce Silver Spur Caribbean blue over ocean blue, blue # nd pipin 24,000 orig. hies EM_M_00 ASSOCIATES "We Bring Buyer & Seller Together" (302) 227.1433 Day, (302) 227-3946 Fax, (302) 227-2714 Night emil: aucti0ns@dmv.c0m, www.emmertaucti0ns.com PREVIEW FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 9th FROM -8 PM * , , AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: - We can not begin to list all the ilems in this sale, but you will rarely attend an auction with a more tasteful collection. DONq" MISS THIS ONE! We are accepting consignments (quality only please) for our November sale! COME AND BRING A FRIFND!!!