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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 6 - November 12, 1998 Veterans Day ceremony set Mason-Dixon Veterans of For- eign Wars Post 7234, Ocean View, and its Ladies Auxiliary will observe Veterans Day with a ceremony at 11 a.m.. Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the John West Memo- rial Park, Ocean View. Welcoming remarks will be made by post commander Lou Kubicki and auxiliary president Sally Kubicki. Post chaplain George Blades will offer the invo- cation. Sen. George H. 13unting Jr. of the 20th District will deliver the VeteransDay address. The na- tional anthem and a patriotic med- ley will be played by the Sel- byville Middle School Marching Band under the direction of Neii Beahan. while the pledge of the day will be led by Officer of the Day Wilson Lowe. Floral tributes will be placed on the Veteran's Monument by the post commander, ladies' auxiliary president and members of their staffs, as well as by ex-POWs, Disabled American Veterans and Purple Heart veterans. Master of Ceremonies Bob Rosenberg will handle the introductions and give the closing remarks. The ceremony will conclude with a benediction by Blades, a salute volley fired by the post fir- ing squad in honor of those who gave their lives for the country, and the sounding of "Taps" by bu- gler Richard Hires. In the event of inclement weather, the ceremony will be held indoors at the post, lo- cated on Quillen's Point at the end of Cedar Neck Road. Michael Short photos Lewes Senior Center hosts dance Above, left, the Lewes Senior Center hosted professional dancers Deni Hensey and John Williamson for a fundraiser on Halloween night. The two dazzled the audience with their dancing and kept the crowd of both young and old stepping lightly. The senior center expects to host other fundraising dances in the near future. Below, Elizabeth Gruber, left, and Philomena Brillante danced the night away on Halloween at the Lewes Senior Center. The duo were in full patriotic regalia for the fundrais- ing dance. Food Chain Drive in conjunc'r, ion with our Make a Difference Campaign Clean out your pantry & bring your canned foods to Salo 45 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth Beach 226-1407 Obituaries COntinued from page 31 Anna F, 'Donia' Dodd, Avon representative Anna F. "Donia" Dodd, 82, of Lewes, died Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1998, at Harbor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Lewes. Mrs. Dodd was a waitress at Angler's Restaurant in Lewes for 17 years. Later, she worked as an Avon representative for 35 years in the Lewes area. She was preceded in death by her husband, William E. Dodd, in 1951, and by a daughter, Helen Constance Dodd. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Patsy Dodd Sweeney of Dover and Jean Ann Hill of San Diego, Calif.; a son, William E. Jr. of Dover; three sisters, Pauline Pepper of Georgetown and Jane Melven and Regenia Brown, both of Harrington; a brother, John Carpenter of Harrington; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-rand- children; and a sister-in-law, He- len Carpenter of Millsboro. Services were held in the Chapel of Short Funeral Services, Milton, with burial in White's Chapel Cemetery, Milton. Contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society, 92 Read's Way, Suite 205, New Cas- tle, DE 19720, or Westminster Presbyterian Radio Ministry, 301 King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971, Attn: Rev. Dean. Arrangements by Short Funeral Services, Milton. Theodore B. Hitchens, owned auto supply Theodore B.Hitchens, 83, of Millsboro, died Thursday, Oct. 29, 1998, of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mr. Hitchens was the owner and operator of Hitchen's Auto Supply in Millsboro, which he founded in 1938. He was a mem- ber of the Millsboro Lions Club and Grace United Methodist Church, Millsboro. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Henrietta T. Hitchens, in 1965. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Blanche Gray Hitchens; two daughters, Bonnie Ward and Ellen Maude Smith, both of Mills- boro; and four grandchildren. Services were held from the Chapel of Melson Funeral Ser- vices, Long Neck, with burial in the Millsboro Cemetery. Arrangerrnts by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck. Lynda Lee Cahoon, NIH administrator Lynda Lee Cahoon, 88, of Lewes, died Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1998, in Beebe Medical Center. Mrs. Cahoon received a mas- I ter's degree in psychology from George Washington University, and was a member Of Phi Bta '" Kappa. She was chief of research docu2 mentation for the National Insti- tutes of Health, and prior to that worked for the federal goye'rn- ment's Department of Justice for many years. She was devoted to her family and enjoyed knitting and bridge. She is survived by three daugh- ters, Lynda Margaret Klingman of Albuquerque, N.M., Susan Lee Bodman of Indianapolis, and Pa- tricia Ann Zubritsky of Columbia, Md4 a son, Michael Lee Cahoon of Lewes; a sister, Alice James of Troy, Mich.; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services were held at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Lewes, with burial in St. Peter's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Lewes. Contributions are suggested to the Joseph House, Salisbury, Md., or Casa San Francisco Center, PO Box 38, Milton, DE 19968. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- al Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. A Local Business Proudly Serving Local People I Highwal waach, DE I Phone and Fax Orders (302) 645[2287 Fax: (302) 645-0162 Monday-Friday 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Saturday 9 - 5 p.m.