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Obituaries Continued from page 30 Millsboro. A memorial service will be held on Friday, Oct. 17, at 11 a.m. at the Long Neck United Methodist Church, Long Neck Road, Mills- boro. The Rev. Karen Booth will officiate at the service. Burial was private. Contributions are requested to the memorial fund of the Long Neck United Methodist Church, Long Neck Road, Millsboro, DE. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck Road, Millsboro. Walter S. Holt retired foreman Walter S. Holt, 82, of Booth- wyn, Pa., and formerly of Chester, died Sunday, Oct. 12, 1997, at his home. Mr. Holt worked for Sun Oil's Marcus Hook Plant 15 for 26 years, retiring as an operations foreman in 1973. Previously, he worked as a welder for Sun Ship Co., Chester. His memberships include the Temple Owl Club; Chester Ma- sonic Lodge; Scottish Rite Bodies, Wilmington; Delaware Masonic Club; Shrine clubs in both Delaware and Delaware County; Nur Legion of Honor and Gems; Sun Oil Honor Club; Sun Travel Club; Delaware County Fireman's Association; Clan Stewart Society in America, of which he was a charter member; and the Nur Highlanders. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Cora Wetzel Holt; daugh- ters, Sharon Paquet of Prospect Park and Patricia Nelson of Re- hoboth Beach; sister, Norma DiBardino of Aston; five grand- children; one great-grandson. Services will be held Friday, Oct. 17, at 10 a.m. at Robert Moreland Funeral Home, Ninth and Main streets, Trainer. Visita- tion was on Thursday. Burial will be in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Lin- wood. Contributions are suggested to the Shriners Hospital, 8400 Roo- sevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, or to Nur Temple, 198 S. Du Pont Highway, New Castle. Ruth M. Carey homemaker Ruth M. Carey, 81, of Milton, died Monday, Oct. 13, 1997, in the Lewes Convalescent Center, of heart failure. Mrs. Carey graduated from Mil- ton High School in 1934, which was the first graduation class. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Grace Church and Milton Senior Center and enjoyed cooking, baking and reading. She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Davis Melson Carey; sons James M. Carey of Wilming- ton, and Donald E. Carey of Mil- ton; a sister, Marie Brittingham of Milton; and five grandchildren. Service will be Saturday, Oct. 18, at 11 a.m. at the Chapel of Short Funeral Services, 416 Fed- eral Street, Milton, where friends may call one hour prior to the ser- vice. Burial will be in Odd Fel- lows Cemetery, Milton. Contributions are suggested to the Grace Church, Union Street, Milton, DE 19968. How will pay for long-term nursing home care? At about $38,000 per year ...it could prove difficult. Call today & request information on the various strategies you may consider. PAUL J. PASQUALINI, CLU, ChFC 302-226-9003 [INVESTMENT STRATEGIES & INSURANCE PRODUCTS FOR ESTATE, RETIREMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PLANNING [REVERSE MORTGAGES [I'VIATICALS [ RAPID PAY-DOWN MORTGAGE PLANS Financial Strategies For Tomorrow's Living CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, october 17 - October 23, 1997 - 31 35th Annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop a success The 35th Annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop hosted a steady crowd all weekend at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, with C. Hoffman of Milford winning the quilt and Suzanne Kricker of Harrington winning the dollhouse in the two raffles that took place. "I spoke with many dealers who said they were very pleased and want to return next year," said Trip Wilkinson (right), publicity chairman, following the event. Gathered with Wilkinson during the preview party on Oct. 9 are (l-r) Helen Lewis, hostesses; Priscilla Smith, shops and luncheon; Jean Vest, Christmas Cafe; Anne Ratledge, general chairman; Win Rosenberg, preview party; Ella Curtis, Sew Sews; Jane De Grange, Gloria Sweeny, advisor, and Dodie Blancke, decorations. YMCA seeking help from volunteers The YMCA needs volunteers to serve on its special events and membership Committees and to help with fundraising events that support the children's scholarship fund. The time commitment is only a few hours per month. For more information, contact Roberta Thomas, volunteer coordinator, 227-8018. For more informaUOh: I1: ! 80 " i n CREEK