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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 6 - November 12,1998  0 . Ge drag newCapeReglon sales:rep for WMfley Peanut Factory Todd Smith, vice president of Whitley Peanut Factory in Ha.ye, Va., has announced the appoint- ment of H. Earle Gerding Jr. trad- ing as Associated Services of Del- marva, Millville, as the exclusive sales representative for Kent and Sussex counties in Delaware; Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico counties in Maryland, and the entire Virginia Peninsula. Associated Services of Delaware. established in July 1992, will handle the complete product line of Whitley's Home Cooked Virginia Peanuts. Whitley's, according to time- honored traditional recipes, cooks by hand each batch of peanuts from the world's largest peanut producing county, Southampton, Va., selecting and using only su- per-size, extra-high-quality peanuts. The ..Whir- .Icy:family of. gourmet products in- cludes Home Cooked, salt- ed or unsalt- ed, in 12-; 20- or 30-ounce decorative cans; GERDING Gourmet Vir- ginia Shelled Super Large Peanuts, salted or unsalted, in 4- or 12-ounce cello bags: and Home Cooked, salted or unsalted, in 4- ounce black foil bags. Bulk pack- aging.0 f 25-pound containers is also available. The Southern Spicy Style Mild Comes in 4-ounce cello bags; 6-, -12-, and 20-ounce decorative cans and bulk packaging. Butter Toffee is available in decorative cans or cdlo bags. Whitley's also features Grand- ma Whitley's Peanut Butter Cookie Mix, Grandma Whitley's Peanut Carrot Cake Mix, Peanut Butter Cookies, Homemade Peanut Butter Salad Dressing, Peanut Dill Dip and Peanut Soup Mix. Gift packs and assortments of Whitley's products may also be purchased. Rounding out the product fami- ly are the Roasted Salted in Shell Peanuts. available in'burlap bag or peanut-shaped basket. Roasted Unsalted in Shell are also pro- duced by Whitley's. The company cooks, packs, and ships orders as soon as the orders are taken. No artificial preservatives or-addi- tives are used in the cooking process'. Whitley's peanuts refrig- erate and freeze well. Briefly; Rifle joins Long & Foster in Rehoboth office Lynda Rifle, who has been a permanent and seasonal resident of Rehoboth Beach for the past 25 years, has joined Long & Foster Realtors as a sales associate in its Rehoboth Beach office at 720 Re- hoboth Ave. Riffe, a resi- dent of Hen- lopen Acres, will special- ize in the Re- hoboth Beach, Hen- lopen Acres and North Shores mar- RIFFE kets, as well as Dewey Beach. As a member of the Sussex County Board of Real- tore, Rifle has successfully com- pleted Long & Foster's prelicens- ing course, an extensive training program that includes nearly 100 hours of instruction in real estate law, ethics, sales and contracts as well as negotiating, finance and marketing. To schedule an ap- pointment, call 227-2541, Ext. 216. Harrington BPW to host 'get acquainted'meeting .I-I H. Earl Gerding Jr. is the exclusive sales representative in Sussex County for Whitley Peanut Factory. For more information on Whit- ley's products or services, call H. Earle Gerding at 537-2351. The Harrington Business and Professional Women will hold a meeting for community members interested in learning more about the organization at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the Colony Inn Restaurant, Harring- ton. The speaker will be Cathy Hudson, past state president of BPW/Delaware, who will bring a slide show illustrating the origins and history of the organization, which dates back to 1919. For de- tails, call 302-335-5633. THE TEAM TO HANDLE ALL OF YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS PRIVATE AND PEACEFUL... Only 6 miles to the beach and 1 mile from golf. Custom brick rancher, open floor plan, super kitchen and corner lot. Lots of family fun now and retire later. Estate anxious to settle, immediate occupancy. COUNTY ROaD 30 " Wooded paxel.., located in rural setting with plenty of privacy. Located on County Road 303 close to intersection with County Road 306. Crowley Associates Realtors sign on the property. Asking $55,000. Hollow 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, 2 story home with brick foyer and kitchen. Fireplace with walnut mantel, custom trim- work and "freshly painted " Asking: $93,500 ii;%:  .................. C R OW L EY .... ASSOCIATES - "to a better way" R EA L'rY, ' INq3. Rehoboth Beach -Bethany Beach, Delaware National Listing System 302-227-6131 800 242-4213 e-mail at crowleyr@dmv.com Member Broker DEVELOPERS RENTALS SALES 4129 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 RO. Drawer C, N. Pennsylania Avenue at Route One ny Beach, Delaware 19930 "lea= Bruce Uliss and Steve Malcom "Let Us Introduce Ourselves" Meet Bruce Uliss and Steve Malcom, Two Top-producing Real- tors , who are bringing their exper- tise to the Delaware shores. This column is an open forum that will present answers to your specific questions regarding real estate. Bruce's real estate career began in 1988. after twenty-five years in home furnishings mer- chandising, With his expert eye for interior design, Bruce works with sellers to help stage their property for sale, and buyers to realize a roperty's potential. Steve Malcom has over ten years experience in real estate, and over twenty-five years in the com- uter industry. He will handle all of the computer needs of servicing tou. such as placing your property on the Internet. and the local MLS service. They are both Sellers Agents and Certified Buyers Representa- tives*, which means they bring the highest level of competence to both sides of your real estate transac- :ions. During this coming year they will explain many aspects of today's fascinating marketplace. They will explore everything from maximizing your profit by enhanc- ing your home's environment, to obtaining the optimum financing for your particular situation. Their column will also cover retLnancing, investing, buying "fixer-uppers" and a variety of other topics. If you are a first-time buyer, you will dis- cover that buying a home is more possible than you may think. Please feel free to call them with anything that is on your mind. For professional advice on all aspects of buying or'selling real I estate, consult Bruce or Steve at Long & Foster. Call Bruce at (302) 542-7474 or Steve at (302) 542- 7473, or email them at bruce@bruceuliss.c0m or steve@bruceullss.com.