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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 Angle Moon photo Lewes High School Class of '53 holds 45th reunion The Lewes High School Class of 1953 held its 45th reunion at the Lamp Post Restaurant on Saturday, Nov. 14. Among those present are back row (l-r) Walter Collings, Renald Donovan, Leland Burton, William Burton, Walter Howard, Douglas Melott and Bill Vaughn; (third row) Janet Heiser Ritter, Jackie Souder Burton, Jean Clifton Holleger, Robert Macintire, Walter Bryan, Jean Palmer Howarth and Rose Nobles Belote; (secon d row) Charlotte Short Nelte, Bertha Carey Bent, Shirley Little Millman, Janet Lorah Savage, Gall White Hall, Judy Atkins Roberts, Rosann Lange Mears, Nora Buckley Carey and Kathryn Millman Moon; (front row) Willy Trautmann, Gerald Tarr, Daniel Thomas, William Lowe and Douglas Roberts. Briefly Challenge Grant program will see some changes Di. Deborah P. Haskell, director of the Delaware Heritage Com- mission, has just announced changes in the implementation of its Challenge Grant program. The major change will be that applica- tions will be received on an ongo- ing basis, with Challenge Grant committee members of the Delaware Heritage Commission evaluating applications at regular meetings. Applicants should con- tact 302-577-5044 directly for of- ficial application form. The chal- lenge grants are open mainly to qualifying historical societies and small, nonprofit organizations, who must put matching dollars for the amounts they are requesting. Wine-tasting to benefit Red Cross is Dec. 1 The 10th annual Nouveau Beaujolais Wine Tasting, Live and Silent Auction to benefit the American Red Cross in Delaware, will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 1, at a new loca- tion: Irish EYes in Lewes. Caro- line Short, co-chai.rwoman of the event along with Ronnie Kiernan, said: "French vintners release their Nouveau Beaujolais, tradi- tionally with great fanfare, in late November. Since it should be con- sumed within a few weeks, this party wine is considered ready to drink." Hors d'oeuvres, donated by local caterers, restaurants and volunteers, will be served at the event. A live and silent auction will be held. Tickets are $12.50 and may be purchased at Coldwell Bankers Resort Realty, Rehoboth, 227-5000. 00'00#;rinled T.Shirts & Sporlswear Geoff Vernon isnow in Independent operation as Logo Artwork  Design QuiCk Service " .Quality Work Reasonable prices 645 2959 Crisis .............. sReaks House director t6SUsSeX Reu tor oftlae Crisis House;in.George- porting the princilles of the Re-, town, was.the Speaker at the No- publican Party, also promotes var- vemberl l,ancheon of the Sussex: ious'e0miiiuiity;liat/es(s, i, :: County Republican Women's Club. g Truitt explained that the agency has three programs - Crisis House, a 30-day emergency shelter for women, children and men; North- port, a transitional housing pro- gram for single parents enrolled in an educational component; and the Samuel J. Kauffman House, a home ownership program for fam- ilies working toward the purchase of their own home. The Women's Club made a $300 donation to the agency and called on volunteers to assist this project. The Sussex County Republican -The members are 'currently col- lecting canned goods and nonper-" ishable food-items for Casa San Francisco, a homeless shelter in Milton, and filling Christmas stockings for, the Salvation Army. The next meeting of the club will take place at 11 a.m., Dec. 9, at Sussex Pines Country Club. Lewes residents Heather and Greg Murray will present a program of Christmas music. The public is invited and new members are always welcome. Reservations are necessary and may be made by calling Sally Moser at 645-5284. COASTAL TOWaVG & REPAm 945-5400 or 645-6300 CoPmLEWSS.OWdPmm) The 0.100 Salt Girl. Shop Invites You to Our ".9 nowo' * " "abies Winter - PO Celebration Event Z , December46, 1998 "-10a.m. 5p.m. THREE SPECIAL EVENT PIECF "Three Tiny Trumpeters" "Frosty Frolic Friends" Ornament "rh,-r-r,..., ;., ;ii " 1998 Snowbabies Bisque Enter Drawings For Winter Celebration Pin "Three Tiny Trumpeters" C "Frosty Frolic Friends"  , Retired Snowbabies Pieces f'Tl' ",',] FREE GIFT ''ra b e With Purchase of $50 or More k2 ['a Penny Lane Mall, 42 Rehoboth Ave.  x Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971  ,. (302) 227-1210 GIFT SHOP D