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""'CAPE GAZETTE, Frfday'Octbbef 17=tobei'23, 1997. 27 Lewes Fire I) '.pt. takes top awards in parades --of00--s00ireDe0000 T ment won top bonors du00ng the 4 rndt ioA:npU;ladDe el:h=aF2:ePr:: i:’:! . --.,: '  i ;,  iil;’ :*  ,- Parade for the Snow Hill Volun- teer Fire Company, on Sunday, Oct. 5. Among the awards received by Lewes was the parade's top award: Best Appearing Company from Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. "We had a real fine turn- out for the parade and were fortu- nate to make an excellent show- ing," said Lewes Fire Dept. Presi- dent Lou Rickards. Other awards won by Lewes in the competition were as follows: • Best appearing fire company from the state of Delaware • Best appearing motorized an- tique pumper • Best appearing nonmotorized hand-pulled antique horse cart • Best appearing float • Best appearing apparatus overall • Fire company with the most members in the line of march --28. Marriage Licenses Jerald R. Reich Jr. and Kimber- ly A. Linn, both of Reston, Va. James E. Foreman, George- town, and Sabrina D. Mason, Fort Eustis, Va. William L. Crouch and Nancy J. Births Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Jeff Lynch and Carrie Furman, Georgetown, Oct. l, daughter. Zenia Snowden, Lewes, Oct. 3, son. Bryant NoR and Crystal Pazdal- ski, Ellendale, Oct. 4, son. Jennifer Wilkerson, Dagsboro, Oct. 8, son. Glynn and Tina Bradford, Lewes, Oct. 8, son. Robert and Kristi Dobak, Lewes, Oct. 10, son. We can help make ur wedding day pedect wid or complete line of vIding tatiam and cessaries b, r/son ra • • Affordable Prices * Exclusive Designs • Fast - Your Order Printed in 24-48 Houri See m tod for all Wur wedding su, tion  acce.o needs. 15 Midway Shopping Center 4950 Highway One, Rehoboth (302) 644-9034 (FAX) 644-9036 Members of Lewes Fire Department are shown here with trophies won in two recent pa- rades. Shown in back (l-r) are Ward Stevenson, John Schmitt, Craig Stevens, Bill Buckaloo, Troy Virden, Steve Calloway, Frank Shade, Chubby Joseph and Eric Lachmann. In the center (l-r) are the Rev. Charles Moyer, Mike Stathem, Howard Atkins, Paul Swinzow, Brian Pepper, Gordon Davis, Walt Reynolds Jr., Kevin Donovan, Tim Arnett and Caddie Joseph. In the front row (l-r) are C.T. Melson, Eddie Creadick, chief emeritus; Carrie Hudson, Ralph Baringer, Wally Evans, chief; and Lou Rickards, chief emeritus and president. Lewes Fire Department also took three awards in the 77th Delaware Volunteer Firemen's Association Parade in Rehoboth Crouch, both of Milton. Timothy G. Heuring and Michelle J. Bright, both of Re- hoboth Beach. Jack A. Swihart and Lori Ann Wallo, both of Frankford. Robert A. Brittingham and Revonda L. Hudson, both of Lewes. Christ A. DeLancey and Rebec- ca S. Debo, both of Middleburg, Pa. Robert E. Caudill and Kelly M. Anderson, both of Delmar. Beach on Saturday, Sept. 27. Those awards included: • Best appearing antique pumper Gordon E. Wood Sr., Ocean View, and Patricia A. Hill, Tako- ma Park, Md. Robert W. Oggenfuss, Mills- boro and Laverne A. Oggenfuss, Wilmington. - Eugene R. Shaeffer and Linda L. Hughes, both of Millsboro. James D. Mershon and Amy M. Bogle, both of Dagsboro. Herman L. Mayo and Carole V. = Stone, both of Millsboro. Richard F. Littleton, Willards, Md., and Clara B. Prettyman, Del- • Second best appearing fire prevention float • Second best appearing ambu- lance. mar. Lester M. Eck Jr. and Rhonda Lynn Peterman,. both of Green- wood. Aaron J. Cornfield, Elkridge, Md., and Karen M. Vaughn, Char- lotte, N.C. Shawn Steele and Dawn R. Davis, both of Millsboro. John J. Collins and Brenda L. Joynes, both of Seaford. Jeffrey S. Slacum and Gwellyan M. Franz, both of Millsboro. JAZZ IT UP: Make Your Wardrobe Sing During Our HARVEST SALE! October 14-28, 1997 Cocktail Dresses Sequin Tops Furs/ Blazers, Tuxedos, Suits Leather Jackets ALL ON SALE NOW/ 302-227-7990 225 Main Street Millsboro, DE 3-Level Multi-Dealer Antiques, Books & Collectibles +++ Open Daily 10to6 +++ 934-9841 A v v MILL$CC 238 MAIN STREET, MILtSBORO, DE Vintage Clothing &. Accessories FUNKY" FiftiES; Costume Jewelry Andque Furniture Glass & China. Books DAu 11-5. SuN 124. CLOSEO T,umm Dave Mayer 937413 Unique Gifts Historic Milton, DE Candles - Christmas Shop - 3rnaments - Hand Painted Boxes - Folk Art - Tin Ware Antiques - Glassware - China. and much more! Open 7 Days a Week VISA • MAC • DISCOVER • FREE-LAYAWAY 302-684-8660 The River Walk Shoppe has £acf imm Coff_ectar fets • v.i,, ., 105 Union Street Op Mon..Fd. 9.S, Sat. 9.4, CIoNd Sun. 302-684-1500 so--es,t-sso Let us wrap up the perfect 9ift for you EP.EE. VXCTORIANA, JEWELRY, SILVER, FINE PORCELAIN & CRYSTAL, Fm FURNISHINGS, MUCH, MUCH MOPE. "An experience you will ntr.fot." CORNER OF RT. 16 & 5 MILTON, DE • 302-684-3306 31 Rehoboth Avenue OPEN DAILY