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30- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Ot. Ig-oCt. 25, 2001 Lewes High School classes of 1939 and 1951 gather for reunions At left, the Lewes High School class of 1939 held its 62nd re. union luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 11, at the Lamp Post Restaurant. Eleven of the remaining 22 members of the class attended the luncheon. Spencer Hart was recogn'zed for "his untiring efforts in getting the group together and reporting on those not able to attend". Shown (back row, l-r) Spencer Hart, Bill Marsh, class president; Claudia Brittingham Mel- son, Ruth Pepper Whaley, and Rowland Marshall; (front row) Ruth Walls Morris, Cora Joseph Marker, George McColley, Kathryn HazeI Craig, Kathleen Wiltbank Metcalf, and Louise Vaughn Hanby, class vice president. Not pictured are Joyce Hart, Connie Joseph, Marion Marshall, Joe Melson, and Ken Whaley. Mike McClure photo | BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Associate Vice President Financial Advisor Certified Financial Planner i (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 ........ ............. .....  .... :  i  ...... ! Call for Financial Planning Consultation MORGAN STANLEY DEAN FVITTER 4421 Rt. One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Dan Cook photo Above, members of the Lewes High School class of 1951 pictured at their reunion included (back row l-r) Alfred Joseph, George Hopkins, Phillip Melson, Lawrence J. Mundy, Scott Peck and Donald Dillon. In the middle are Irma Pettyjohn Warrington, Margaret Plummer Short, Jeannette Elliott Smith, Margaret Hastings Rollins and Richardson S. Roberts Jr. In front are E. Lee Webb, Frank J. Dodd, Betty Hazel Connor, Virginia Deale Mitchell, Victoria Davidson Mickiewicz, Grace Ritter Lafferty, Leah Millman EHiott, and B. Armour Sockriter. Not pres- ent for the photo were Kelly Foster, Eston Shaffer, Mary Wolfe, William Beauchamp and Vir- ginia York. ' Friends of Archives donates collection The Friends of the Public Archives recently donated a collection of books to the Delaware Public Archives entitled "Passenger & Immigra- tion Lists" commonly known as "Filby's Passenger & Immigration Lists." The collection consists of l0 volume set of books listing arrival information for approximately 3.5 million individuals who arrived in United States and Canadian ports. These records can provide valuable information to genealogists and historians and was collected from pub- lished passenger lists, naturalization records church records, family and local histories, as well as voter and land registrations. Lionesses to hold annual fashion show Oct. 31 " The Lord Baltimore Lionesses will hold their annual fall fashion show and luncheon at noon,'M/ednesday, Oct. 31, at Sussex Pines Coun- try Club in Georgetown. Fashions from Cullums of Georgetown and Casual Corner of Rehoboth Outlets will be featured. Tickets are $18 and must be purchased by Oct. 23. For tickets- or more informati6n, contact Carol Riddle at 539-8930 or Marge Calabrese at 537-4877. Check .out www.capegazette.com to jazz up your exenat , I Now offering Hot Stone Therapy This therapeutic technique has been proven to stimulate circulation of the blood through the muscles twice as fast as conventional massage. Hot Stone Massage Anti-Stress Back Treatment Back or Hot Stone Facial Hot Stone Foot Treatment. Hot Stone Man/cures/Pedicures Donna L. Zetts, LMT, LNT