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I]lLi]l la.U; U Et!i]I]IJ]EL[JlIDIIL[BIdLIUILHB amaaimu--. , ....... Ca=., u,JL,., =,,m=,,,.--m ................................................................................. .... .., .................... , . 24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 Births Pictured are those who attended the bridal shower for Jane Porter Johnson. The women are all members of the Lewes High School Class of 1963. Back row, (l-r) Sue McDonald Rode, Margaret Ann Lupton, Maryalice Brittingham Conrad, Beverly Yarnall Cunningham, Carolyn Foster Martin. Third row: Michele Nagy Vessels, Pauline Porter, Carol Irving Taylor, Betty Ann Faust Farris.Second row: Bette Bryant Loffredo, Charlotte Hellens Wilson, Marcia Porter Collins, bride-to-be Jane Porter Johnson, Rita Ware Speakman, Norma Lee Burton Derrick- son, Ella Hudson Felker, Sherry Medd Mitchell. First row: Patty Morris Price, Barbara Cer- hey, Carol Barley Fitzpatrick, Cathi Brittingham Bakehorn, and Nancy Poole Brandt. Not pic- tured is Bonnie Dennis Lingo. ,Jane Porter Johnson weds William 2oogler On Saturday, Sept. 20, Jane Porter Johnson of Columbia, S.C., formerly of Lewes, wed William Coogler, also of Columbia, at the Coolspring Presbyterian Church. The simply elegant wedding was performed by the Rev. Robert Snable. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, George Porter, who when asked "who gives this woman," replied with a resounding, "her mother, sister and I do, with great joy and enthu- siasm." The bride and groom were at- tended by her sister, Marcia Collins, and his brother, Samuel Coogler. Ushers were the bride's brother-in-law, Richard Collins, and the groom's brother, Joe Coogler. Maryalice Brittingham Conrad served as honorary video photog- rapher for the occasion. The wedding was followed by a tented reception at the Porter fam- ily river cottage in Oak Orchard, catered by the bride's classmate, Jay Prettyman. The ceremony culminated a week of fantastic festivities begin- ning with a Sept. 13 surprise bridal shower attended by many of Jane's Lewes High School classmates at the Pilottown Road residence of Nancy Poole Brandt. Attending from California were Cathi Brittingham Bakehorn of San Clemente, Sue McDonald Rode of San Diego, and Carol Barley Fitzpatrick of the San Francisco Bay area. Hostesses for the occasion were Barbara Cerney of Riva, Md., Patty MorrisPrice of Lewes, and Nancy Poole Brandt of Lewes and Wilmington. Special entertainment was provid- ed by "Fabiolde" of California. Manning the cameras were Maryalice Conrad, Betty Britting- ham and Patty Riffle. An open- house receptio n followed the bridal shower. A rehearsal dinner was held on Friday, Sept. 19, at the home of George and Pauline Porter, the bride's brother and sister-in-law. The dinner was enjoyed by fam- ily members including the bride's mother, Ruth Porter Bartley of Lewes, the groom's brothers, Joe and Sam Coogler, and their wives, and the groom's sister, Gennie Pe- terson, all of Columbia. Making the trip from Charlotte, N.C., were Steve and Myra Me- Math and Tom and Bonnie Rhodes. Jerry and Carolyn Jenk- ins traveled from Washington, D.C., while Irwin and Ruth Mur- ray arrived from Orlando, Fla. The bride's brother toasted the couple with three wishe: "may you always be each other's best friend; "when life sends one of you lemons, may the other know the recipe for gourmet lemonade; and may the fire of love keep you warm, healthy and happy forev- er." Nominations sought for Women's Hall of Fame The Delaware Women's Commission for Women is seeking nomina- tions for the Hall of Fame for Delaware women. Each year the Hall of Fame honors outstanding Delaware women whose contributions and achievements have had a significant impact upon the lives citizens on a local, state, national or international. Previous honorees include Flo- rence Bayard Hilles, who in 1915 led a procession of suffragettes from the railroad station in Dover to the state capitol; Margaret R. Manning, who was elected in 1957 to the Delaware House of Representatives and in 1962 to the Delaware Senate; and Jane Mitchell, who was the first African-American nurse to be hired by a Delaware hospital. For more information on the Delaware Women's Hall of Fame or to obtain a nomination form, contact the Delaware Commission for Women, 4425 N. Market Street, 4th Floor, Wilmington, DE 19802 or 302-761-8005. Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Harold and Brenda Bail, Georgetown, Sept. 26, daughter. George and Donna Atsidus, Lewes, Sept. 26, daughter. Mark and Marion Hurlock, Lewes, Sept. 26, daughter. Paul and Lisa Nitz, Frankford, Sept. 26, daughter. Gina Freeman, Millsboro, Sept. 27, daughter. Anitra Watson, Ellendale, Sept. 27, daughter. Melissa Showalter, Selbyville, Sept. 29, son. Tyneshia Bailey, Bridgeville, Sept. 30, son. Jerome Harris and Claudia Daniels, Milford, Sept. 30, son. Michael and Kathleen Marren, Millsboro, Sept. 30, daughter. Randy and Dania Ramirez, Lewes, Sept. 30, daughter. Richard and Lisa Reed, Milton, Sept. 30, son. PROGAR & Company, P.A. CvaTWWD Ptmuc 00cousT0000rrs Gary Progar, C.A., M.S. Taxation Now Acceptin 9 CHents Services Includin 9, But Not Limited To: T,J,x laEP,zxnos & PIANNG ESTATES & TRUSTS BusIISS INCOME TAXES & FINANCIAL STATEMENTS BOOKKBSPe & PAYROLL Tom Engel Gre 9 Mack- Beverly King Gary Progar 1636 D Savannah Rd. Near 5 Points Lewes, DE 645-6216 CITY OF REHOBOTH BEACH Vehicles e Equipment e Confiscated Merchandise Bikes * Jewelry * And More " MUNICIPAL SAT. - OCT. 18th o 10:00 A.M. (Sale Held at City Hall Parking Lot. Main St. Rehoboth Beach) Among the items to be sold item by item for the high dollar! GENERAL Stereo w/Console, Disc Cameras, Electric Range, Pagers, Metal Desks, File Cabinets, Wedding Bands, Organ, Sony Color T.V., Sinks. Toilet Bowls, Speak- ers, Amplifiers, Generators, Water Fountain, Sound Re- Enforcement Systems, Kim- ball Piano, Vertical Win- dow Blind, 2 Air Hammers, Bush Hog Mower, Woods Backhoe Attachment N O M I N I M U M SI ALL ITEMS SOLD AS IS WHERE IS GENERAl,. MERCHANDISE S.I. & Brass Trumpet, Sony Oiscman, Cellular Phones, [Zab- tic Belts, Samsonite Bags, I_adies Class Rings, Purses, Fuji Cam- era, Canvas Jeep Doors, Lot Cos- tume Jewelry, Misc. Flags, Baby Strollers, Igloo Coolers, Nascar Watch, Gold Watch, Armitron Watch, Pulsar Watch, Gold Bracelets N O R E S E R V E Sl VEHICLES 1978 Ford Trash Truck (Truxmore), 1980 Ford Trash Truck (Truxmore), 1985 Chevy Dump Truck (I Ton), 1969 Massey Tractor Model 175, 1988 Chtvy 4 WD Pick-Up, IIII IU roll IU MOREl 1985 Chevy 2 WD Pick-Up, 1992 Ford r ...... 1987 I1ubn, moon, Chevy Van Astro TERMS: :TION oashor EMM personal check ASSOCIATES with 2 l.D.'s "We Bri/g Buyer & Seller Together" on day of sale , . (302) 227-1433 Day " (302) 227-3946 Fax e (302) 227-2714 Night BIKES Misc. Bikes including "Trek", "Shimano", "Giant", and more INSPECTION Saturday OPt. 8th 8:00 A.lV.