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134 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, November 17 - Monday, November 20, 2006 Sussex Return Day | ds winners The Return Day Parade Judging Committee has released its list of winners for the Nov. 9 event. Here are the award recipi- ents: • Mayor's Trophy - Delaware Antique Police Car Association • Return Day Committee Trophy - Tina Fallon, retired rep- resentative and parade grand mar- shal. • Best Illustrates Return Day Theme - Cape Gazette • 2006 Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Award: Jim and Peg Parkinson, Millsboro. • Business/Commercial cate- gory: 1. Pepper Clampetts (from California; came to hear returns. 2. Tidewater Utilities. 3. Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife. • Civic Organization - Overfalls Maritime Museum Foundation. • Day or Child Care Unit - Happy Tumble Bus • School Organization - 1. Sussex Central FFA. 2. Sussex Central High School "Take II Drama Club. • Single Decorated Vehicle: 1. Wayne Carmen. 2. Scott Couch. 3. Herman Fletcher. • Group Decorated Vehicle: 1. Delaware National Guard. 2. Nur Temple Shrine Vehicles. Rosalie Walls, matriarch of Return Day in Sussex County, waves to the crowd. • 4 x 4 Club: 1. 4 Wheeling Crew (4 wheels) • Best Appearing Military/Professional: 1. Woodbridge ROTC. 2. Cape Henlopen ROTC. 3. Korean War Vets Association. Honorable men- tion: Indian River JROTC. • High School: 1. Delmar. 2. Cape Henlopen. 3. Milford. • Miscellaneous: 1. Back Bay Strummers. 2. Cape Henlopen Nutrition Services. 3. Delaware State News. • Miscellaneous: 1. Mispillion Kennel Club. 2. Sussex Tech High School Band. 3. Indian River High School Band. Dan Cook photos After a hard-fought Campaign, newly elected Register of Wills Dave Wilson, left, waves to the crowd with opponent Howard Clendaniel. Gracie Pusey of Bridgeville, 2, enjoys the parade. Dot Veasey of Georgetown shows off her collection of Return Day pins. Attorhey General-elect Beau Biden and his wife, Hallie, right, share the ride with opponent Ferris Wharton. Happy One year Anniversary Susan & Teryll Love, Morn &Jim Dad & Nancy Teryl & Susan were married on November 14, 2005 on the island of St; Lucia in the West Indies. A tropicalreception was beldat the Starboard upon their return. The happlt couple now resides in Millsboro.