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November 27, 1998

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Jen Elllngsworth photo Marine Corps kicks off Toys for Tots Charlie Sewell, left, and Golden Pase, both members of the Diamond State Detachment of Marine Corps League, are co- ordinating the service organization's Toys for Tots drive this year in Kent and Sussex counties. Local drop-off points for new, unwrapped toys include Big A Auto on Route 1, in Re- hoboth Beach; The Sugar & Spice Collection on Second Street, in Lewes; Kay.Bee Toys in Rehoboth Outlets Center 2; Elks Lodge 2540 on Route 23; Mulligan's; and The Road House Steak Joint. Pase is the Toys for Tots coordinator for the Mil- ford-Harrington area, while Sewell is coordinator for the Lewes-Rehoboth Beach area. The cutoff date for dropping off toys is Wednesday, Dec. 23. Last year, the organization's ef- forts netted more than 3,000 toys for local needy children. For more information about donating to Toys for Tots, call Pase at 422-6417 or Sewell at 945-3941. Jim Creuon photo Lewes couple celebrates 61st anniversary Amid good friends and a festive occasion with music pro- vided by the Back Bay Strummers, Thelma and Howard Warneke Jr. celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary at Lewes Convalescent Center, Nov. 14. The Warnekes were mar- ried in 1937 at St. Mark's Luthern Church in Baltimore. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 - 31 ].qlumanities The following December activi- ties are sponsored by the Delaware Humanities Forum, which celebrates its 25-year an- niversary this year. 1 p.m., Dec. 2: "We Suffered to Make You Free: Memories of a Delaware Continental Soldier." Jack Gardner appears as a fully equipment infantryman who served in the Revolutionary War, from 1776 through 1783, in this Speakers Bureau presentation. The Milton Senior Club will host the program at St. John the Epis- copal Church Hall. For more in- formation, call 684-4487. 7 p.m., Dec. 4: "The Art of Storytelling from the Brandywine to the Bay." Experience adult sto- rytelling through tales of history, humor, romance and mystery, all set in familiar sites between the headwaters of the Brandywine and the banks of the Delaware Bay. The Setbyville library will sponsor this presentation by Ed Okonowicz. Call 436-8196 for de- tails. 1 p.m., Dec. 15: "The Life and Music of George Gershwin." This lecture by Lillian Balick examines the social and historical back- ground of Gershwin's music and Osterholm.Racz wedding slated for April Mr. and Mrs. Albert Osterholm of Milford have announced the en- gagement of their daughter, Jill Elizabeth, to Kelly John Racz, the son of Mr. and Mrs2 Eugene Racz of Lewes. Ms. Osterholm is a graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, Va., and is employed by DNREC's Division of Parks and Recreation. Mr. Racz is a graduate of the University of Delaware and is co-owner of R&R Sports Center in Lewes. An April wedding is planned. lectt begin Wednesday, ,-- " lr(00s , ._......, its cultural significance in the 20th gram will be held at the Zwaanen- century. The program includes a dael Women's Clubhouse, Savan- vocalist who performs examples nah Road and Third Street, of Gershwin's songs. The pro- Lewes. Call 644-0672 for details. We welcome visitors Contemporary Praise Service - 8:30 P.m. and newcomers/ Traditional Worship Service - 11:00 P.m. Sunday School for all Ages - 9:45 P.m. "Faithful to the Word. Led By the Spirit"  (office) Rev. Karen S. Booth, Pastor 945.5311 (parsonage) OUR HOLIDAY GIFT TO YOU IS FREE ART when you select from a large group of our in stock prints, posters, graphics, fine art reproductions, and lithographs. You must prepay the framing of it, and there is no charge for framing quotes. "THIS IS REAL" Hurry in while the selection is at its best. Offer is for November only and all orders will be completed before December 25th. GIVE FRAMED ART THIS YEAR a gift that will keep giving, long after the holiday is done. For three generations, the most trusted, and respected picture framers in the area. FRAMEHOUSE GALLERY Inc. WE HAVE GIFT CERTIFICATES, TOO! WE GROW: Poinsettias (thousands to choose from) Sprays -Cemetery Tributes & Saddles Cyclamen, Chgsas Cactus WREATHS: Fresh- Artificial Preserved A large array to WE @STOM MAK YOUR DESIGNS f Silk Flowers: arrangements, custom arrangements, make your own craft supplies Largest selection of Stems & containers in the area. Bonsai" Statuary Sundials" Windchimes Open 8-6 798 Mulberry St. Ext. Milton, Delaware (302) 684-8092 j MARKLE'S CHRISTMAS TREE FARM ~All Fresh Cut Trees *25 Colorado Blue Spruce White Pine Fraser Fir Scotch Pine Norway Spruce Douglas Fir Over 4,000 Trees To Choose From Balled Trees Available Stop By and Tag Your Special Tree Today!! Hours: 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. Daily November 23 thru December 23 (302) 684-4821 Directions: One mile east of Milton on Rt. 88 (across from Cave Colony Development)