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Obituaries Lillian C. Walker hotel clerk Lillian C. Walker, age 87, of Millsboro, died Sunday, May 18, 1997 of a heart attack while camp- ing in Virginia. Mrs. Walker was a desk clerk at the Atlantic Sands Motel in Re- hoboth Beach for 30 years, retir- ing in 1992. She was a charter mem- ber of Unity Chapter #16, Order of Eastern Star, Lewes and re- ceived her 50-year pin in 1995. Mrs. WALKER Walker was a member of the Adult Plus+ key- board class at Delaware Technical & Community College for five years. She was a member of St. George's Methodist Church, Clarksville. Mrs. Walker was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph C., in 1970. She is survived by two sons, Wayne D., of Millsboro and Joseph C., III, of Rehoboth Beach; a daughter, Barbara W. Ewing of Rehoboth Beach; a sister, Hilda M. Hudson of Georgetown; and three grandchildren, Lt. Anthony Walker, USCG, Stafford, Va., Charles H. Ewing, Jr., of Milton and Lisa W. Vaughan of Cieve- land, Tenn.; and six great-grand- children. Services were held at Atkins- Lodge Chapel, Parsell Funeral Homes with burial in St. George's Cemetery, Clarksville. Contributions are suggested to Summer Benefit for Handicapped Children Fund, c/o Kathryn Hoey, Grand Secretary, OES, 106 Mullin Road, Wilmington, DE 19809. Michael A. Banks, worked at Rusty Rudder Michael A. Banks, age 23, of Georgetown, died Sunday, May 18, 1997 of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Mr. Banks worked at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach for the past seven years in inventory con- trol. He was also a representative and a distributor for Amway. He had recently graduated from boot camp for the National Guard. Mr. Banks was a member of the Grace Church in Milton. He is survived by his wife of two years, Patricia Yeako Banks; his parents, Harry I. and Dolly Banks of Georgetown; a sister, Linda Johnson of Millsboro; his maternal grandmother, Helen Dutton of Lewes; paternal grand- mother, Dorothy Banks of Georgetown; and two nieces, Tamara and Bethany Johnson. Services were held in the Chapel of Short Funeral Services, Georgetown with burial in Harbe- son Cemetery, Harbeson. since 1960 Got ,:nange for $1007 re do... Over 100 dresses under 100 dollars Great Style Great Selection 31 Rehoboth Avenue Open Daily- 227-7990 Ella Dorman Vessels, homemaker Ella Dorman Vessels, age 96, of Parkside, Pa., died Monday, May 19, 1997 at the Crozer Chester Medical Center. Mrs. Vessels received her edu- cation in Sussex County schools. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Park- side Methodist Church. Mrs. Vessels was preceded in death by her husband, Myers B. Vessels, in 1988, and a daughter, Margaret Vessels Slaughter. She is survived by a brother, William Dorman of Lewes; two sisters, Ethel Hill and Catherine Carpenter, both of Lewes; and a grandchild. Services will be held today at 11 a.m. at the William S. Blyer Fu- neral Home, 500 W. 22nd Street, Upland, Pa. Burial will be private. Travis R. Absher, migwright Travis R. Absher, age 58, of Bridgeville, died Sunday, May 18, 1997 from complications of em- physema at home. Mr. Absher was a millwright for O.A. Newton & Sons, Absher Construction Co., and Jay's Con- struction Co., all of Bridgeville, until becoming disabled in 1980. He is survived by a son, Ricky, of Laurel; three daughters, Vicky Continued on page 22 - n"EY00r-NANV ' " I v I i. ..... ..... I %40 gLqtOllOrlt A/E, gLqtOllOrlt i,;Att, Pl;/.-000 jr ] /X  re you a traditional Episcopalian, [ /k\\; ]' Catholic, Methodist, Luther .a.n.? Do 1/ I1\\; J" aLyou wish to belong to a tr.a.&tional ]lLJ[ml congregation? That beheves m Jesus ,I m m, Christ? That the Bible is the revealed word of God? That witnesses to the love of God and serves the church family? Come and join us and investigate The Church of England Tradition in the Anglican Church. t The Anglican Parish of Saint James t - A lradilional Episcopal Church - 1928 Book of Common Prayer Very Rev. John Gains, CJ., Rector Parish Phone: 302-238-7364 Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. Atlantic Budget Inn. Mmsboro, DE. EARLY BIRD MENU $12.95 (All entrees are served with a field green garden salad, fresh vegetable and chef's choice of starch) Monday thru Saturday 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. ALL NIGHT SUNDAY Grilled Lamb Steak and Cake Chops ^m,- ,vos Two lamb chops, gdlled to cooked to your s, coupled with a broled jumbo of mint jelly. Wine suggeson: lump crab cake. 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