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20 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Above are examples of two of the festooned trees. Wonderland Continued from page 18 babies" come in a close second when it comes to figures, many in constant motion. Mickey and Minnie Mouse are also well-rep- resented, with one tree adorned only with mouse ornaments in memory of Watts' dead sister, who loved to collect mice. Each year, they come up with new themes and color schemes to make the task more of a challenge - one tree laden with all purple or- naments, another a snowy white field surrounded by angels. But Watts assured that "I do one tree in red every year, because red is the Christmas color. I try to add a tree each year." With so many displays, he didn't even bother to unwrap his complete Department outgrown the family room. Rather, he opted to erect the less extensive but still formidable North Pole Collection around the base of three trees, with an LGB train snaking through the minia- ture world complete with two ani- mated ice skating finks. Watts al- so pointed out that there is a nativ- ity scene in each room, so that everyone is reminded of the true meaning of the season. While a photograph is said to be worth a thousand words, mere still pic- tures cannot capture the over- whelming tableaus that await in- side a modest house guarded by a nativity scene and a few choir boys. That's why Watts and Drap- er are always eager to open their home to neighbors, co-workers and friends during the holidays. In fact, they hold a couple of par- ties each year, often for charity, 56Dickens Christmas Village with proceeds last year benefiting Collection this year because it's the Sussex AIDS Committee. HOLIDAY ,Vla IT i, Midway Shopping Center ) 4590 Highway One * Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Phone: (302) 644-9034 * (888) 383-1184 Fax: (302) 644-9036 STORE HOURS: M-F: 9:15 am - 6 pm SAT: 10 am - 2 pm ,t CALL FOR EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS o r Amerced m hllhlll U.S. Postal SeMces Ovemi3ht Air Express Professiol Plging & Supplies Fax SeMces Pdntin3 ,SeJces (business cards, etc) Pdvat Mailboxes (personal/business) Mail/Parcel Fcxwardin3 & ReccMn3 llJ '! JVdwlad su Custom Peclgin3 Pecking Boxes Gift Wrappin3 & Cords Key Duplication Specialty Gift Services Laminatin3 * And Much A:e! CO/lff0U' C0UI6 Each PostNet Center independently owned & operated. Services may vary. O'0"T'000 $1000 m FREE O0 I I NLitm dnewit annlrfliter" I one .c, ou'r visit. N,/id / r_xpi. 11,,7__- .jLWit any oner. Expi_.u./,ub ' THE AREA'S ONLY FULL LINE MATERNITY SHOP INVITES YOU TO OUR HUGE...(next door) MOVING SALE! Just In Time For Christmas BEAUTIFUL MATERNITY DRESSES & SPORTSWEAR CHILDREN'S WEAR (Birth to 24 months) CHRISTENING OUTTITS I l GIFTS & ACCESSORIES Il a00't 00zt00Sanna berry! lgl .. 13 Midway i11 Shopping Center I1 MATERNII"Y & Rehoboth Beach 645-0660 (OOI You live, work and play here, so why not save here, too? Now's a great time to take advantage of our Sizzling Hot 8 month term CD at 5.83% A.P.Y. with a minimum deposit of 8500. Time's limited so call or stop by one of our conveniently located branches today. Interest rates in effect until March 1, 1998 ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD 5.75% INTEREST RATE 6 Month Term CD Minimum Deposit $500 A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. 00d00ountu HEMBER FDIC Rehoboth Beach Milford 226-9800 424-2500 Long Neck Seaford 947-7300 628-4400