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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27. ber $, 1998 - . St. Peter's Women to prepare soup luncheon for tourgoers The women of St. Peter's are once more busy concocting their super vegetable beef soup lun- cheon to serve Lewes Christmas Tour visitors on Saturday, Dec. 5. According to Jane Jefferson, president of Episcopal Church Women (ECW), more than 40 gal- lons of the soup will be served to more than 300 people, if the num- bers come close to matching those of the past several years. Along with the vegetable beef Tour Continued from page 62 p.m. in the Parish Hall. The Cannonball House Ma- rine Museum, Front and Bank Streets. The last remaining house to bear scars of the British bom- bardment from the War of 1812 is now a museum featuring exhibits of maritime history. The Lewes Presbyterian Church, Kings Highway, will feature a guided tour of its historic church and a Christmas bazaar in its social hall. Refreshments will be available. Bay Moon Bed and Break- fast, Albert and Pamela Rizzo, 128 Kings Highway. This late Victorian was built about 1827 and includes much of the original wood. The inside is furnished with antiques, including an early 1800 spinning wheel. The Fisher Martin House, Kings Highway. This structure was built around 1728 and moved to Lewes in 1981 as part of the city's 350th celebration. The Zwaanendael Museum, Savannah Road and Kings High- way. The museum will be "Cele- brating a Dutch Christmas" in the entrance. The Zwaanendael Club, Sa- vannah Road and Third Street. This building was formerly the 1898 Sussex Trust Company. The soup, the women will serve Sysco's assorted rolls, about 16 gallons of cider and more than 43 different cakes. The meal is a major fundraiser for ECW members, who work hard all year to fund their outreach program, which is separate from that of the vestry program. Each year, the women send more than $6,000 to various state and local charities. Lunch will be served between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., in the parish hall of the church. The cost is $5 at the door. This year there will be a raffle of a "Cheer Basket," which will be filled with all sorts of gourmet delights, plus a raffle of a gingerbread house. Tickets, $1 each or six for $5, are available at the church office.. They will also be sold at the lun- cheon. The raffle drawing will be held toward the end of the serving period. Angle Moon photo Last week, this home at 32 Shipearpenter Square, owned by the Blanks, was misidentified as that of Joe and Gall Co- morat. Zwaanendael Ladies Club started holding meetings there in 1905. The Ross House, Joe and Etta Kosaveach, 3.14 Savannah Road. This Victorian house was built in 1898 by breakwater diver John Ross. It retains all of its original gingerbread, including the curved arches on the porch and the feath- er shingles on the front gables. The home showcases Victorian decorative arts and period family pieces. 326 Savannah Road, Harry and Maureen Gallagher. This home sold for $95 in 1892. Interi- or furnishings include a rosewood Empire sofa, Victorian mirrors and a wind-up Victrola. The Mauli House, Col. Dawid Hall DAR, Pilottown Road. This Lewes landmark, built around 1740, houses a large fireplace with oak lintel, bricks in a herring- bone pattern, and museum-quality furniture. Children's Beach House, art show and sale, 1800Bay Ave. The Children's Beach House is spon- soring a fundraising arts show and sale to raise money for its educa- tional programs. A preview recep- tion will be held from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, with the show set from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Lewes Yacht Club, end of Cedar Avenue, Lewes Beach. A Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair will be held at the club from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and a $7.95 soup- and-salad buffet will be served from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY OPEN ALL YEAR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT 5 - 6:30 Nightly 005oo off Menu Entr6es SUNDAY BRUNCH 11-2 ONLY $10 95 227-3100 JoiN Us IN OUR LOUNGE SUNDAY & MONDAY FOOTBALL LITE FARE (starts at $3.50) HAPPY HOUR 5-6:30 " 10- Close Trio Jeudi to perform at Milford Senior Center The Milford Senior Center will host a musical program featuring Trio Jeudi at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 4. Performers include Hiroko Yamakazi on piano, Jennifer Haas on violin and Ross Beauchamp on cello. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for senior citizens. Students in grades K-12 will be admitted for $6. Ticket prices include light refreshments from 2nd Cup in Milford. For details, call 422-3385. Daily Early Bird [ Specials $6.95 4:o0 - 5:3o "The Best Italian Restaurant in Maryland & Delaware." - --Sussex County Woman FEATURING THE I..ARGJT ELECTION OF RAVIOLI AND VEAL ENTREES IN THE AREA. 128 Second St., Lewes 645-1980 ,ntree00