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Marriage Licenses Cape Henlopen Senior Center hosts holiday meal Senior citizens enjoy sharing a holiday meal together at the Cape Henlopen Senior Center on Wednesday, Dec. 17. Fran Hale, outreach coordinator, and Juanita Morch, director, orga- nized the event that ties with the NEMOURS grant provided by Du Pont. The grant provides qualifying seniors with a low co-pay plan for medicines. Those who contributed to the dinner include Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant, the Lamp Post, IGA of Midway, Norma's Sub Shop, Rusty Rudder, Company Store, Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540 and members of the senior center. Births Gardeners get wreath-making tips Jeane Wampler, owner of Harvest of Nature in Lewes, demonstrates the art of wreath making and how to use gar- den items to beautify the home for the holidays to members of the Sussex Gardeners on Dec. 18. For the past 14 years, Wampler has specialized in dried flower arrangements such as wedding bouquets, wreaths, swags and pressed flower sta- tionery. She attended Temple University and horticultural floral design classes in Pennsylvania. Hostesses for the meet- ing were Marie Potter, Mary Michael, Jane Wyatt and Pauline Cottingham. This month the Sussex Gardeners also helped Gull House in Rehoboth Beach prepare for the holidays. Meredith Pierce, chairman of the garden therapy committee, and her commit- tee made Christmas wreaths which were used to decorate the exterior of Gull House. The committee also helped the 23 Gull House clients create individual Christmas centerpieces. Milton man Continued from page 22 crew will enforce U.N. sanctions against Iraq as part of Operation Southern Watch. Stubbs, a cryptologist, uses high-tech equipment to collect and transmit sensitive data. "My job is integral to the Kinkaid's mission," said Stubbs, who is a three-year veteran of the Navy. Knowing about the ship's mis- sion and how to perform your job are a few of the benefits to the overall deployment experience. As any experienced sailor knows, there's always time for personal achievement and accomplish- ments; time for celebrating grand Navy traditions; and time for ex- ploring new and exciting parts of the world. "I look forward to frolicking with the kangaroos, and diving and exploring the reefs on Aus- tralia," Stubbs said. "I also want to visit Hong Kong and Singa- pore, and do some artwork." Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Kajali Kellam and Geneva Ayres, Lewes, Dec. 12, son. Louie and Dori McDowell, Millsboro, Dec. 12, son. Brooke Blake, Lewes, Dec. 13, son. Tom and Carole Hickey, Frank- ford, Dec. 10, twin sons. Murray and Tamara Oltman, Ocean View, Dec. 17, son. Michael and Carolyn Horse- man, Millsboro, Dec. 18, daugh- ter. Brian D. Rains and Carol M. Masten, both of Felton. Joseph A. Falco and Charlene M. Shears, both of Seaford. Robert R. Dillon and Lynn E. Pozsgay, both of Canon City, Co- lo. James E. Tennefoss, Jr., Green- wood and Misty M. Millaway, Milford. Damien A. Smith, Millsboro, and Jennifer H. Callaway, Georgetown. Artemio Julian, Georgetown, and Sandra Mejia, Blades. James B. Holloway and Char- lotte A. Downey, Lewes. Bruce A. Maloomian, Dewey Beach, and Jennie R. Chandler, Rehoboth. Jere L. Marvel, Georgetown and Hollie R. Lantz, Greenwood. Michael P. Thomas and Linda L. Waltz, both of Lewes. Russell L. Smith Sr., Bridgeville and Tammy I. Kramer, Bridgeville, Darin W. Wardwell and Lori Lee Anderson, both of Milton. Nathan D. Sanders, Ocean View and Emily J. West, Selbyville. Michael E. Drummond, Frank- ford, and Christine M. Brinker, Selbyville. David H. Wilson, Seaford and Margaret A. Mitchell, Middle- town. Michael A. Hitchens and Pamela J. Mullins, both of Mills- boro. Joseph F. Louk and Kristin L. Balthaser, both of Delmar. Timothy L. Lord and Jennifer Evans, both of Millsboro. William M. Newcomb Jr. and Crystal S. Clark, both of Milford. Michael N. Bradley and Marie Barbier, both of Laurel. W. Wyatt Bullock, Millsboro, and Kimberly D. Westrod, Georgetown. Golden Development Opportunity! 28.35 Acres on Road 275 Close to Route One, Lewes and Rehoboth MANY POSSIBILITIES for only $349,000 Call Miriam Guerra or Pat Campbell-White William E. Tull, Milford and Elizabeth Bowden, Bridgeville. Mack K. Absher and Shirley A. Absher, both of Bridgeville. Joshua D. Landrum and Dawn M. Calloway, both of Seaford. William A. Rickards and Mar- garet K. Baisch, both of Lewes. Happy Holidays/I "1"5 ldway Shoppin; n'ter" 4950 Highway One, Rehobolh (302) 644-9034 (FAX) 644- 9036 We're So Much More Then Mail Boxes rM YOU can count on us for imports, II i.g.Burton MILFORD NEW IMPORT SHOWROOM Rt. 113 Milford, DE 302-424-3042 1-800.876-3041