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Obituaries Jerry Sweeney Massey, former Monograms owner Jerry Sweeney Massey, age 69, of Angola By The Bay, died Thursday, Sept. 18, 1997, of can- cer, at home. Mrs. Massey was the former owner and operator of Mono- grams Unlimited in Rehoboth Beach. She also had man- aged Pene- lope's Pappa- gallo in Re- hoboth Beach for several years. She retired in 1991 as area manager of Brauner Co. MASSEY Condomini- ums in Washington, D.C. She was a member of the Re- hoboth Branch of Beebe Hospital Auxiliary. In 1947, she was the Regional Dance Roller Skating Champion of Pennsylvania. She is survived by her husband, William F. ("Capt. Bill") Massey; two daughters, Tairn Ann McCal- Icy of Hampton, Va., and Lisa Lynn Weedon of Germantown, Md.; a son, William F. Massey Jr., of Lewes; a stepdaughter, Carol Ann Burn of Rehoboth Beach; a brother, Herbert T. Sweeney, Jr. of Venice, Fla,; a sister, Shirley Shinn of Aston, Pa.; three grand- sons, Christopher McCalley of Hampton, Va., Jason Massey of Lewes and Tommy Burn of Re- hoboth Beach; and four grand- daughters, Meghan McCalley of Hampton, Va., Melissa Massey of Lewes, Lizbeth Larkin of Ger- mantown, Md., and Christine Bum of Rehoboth Beach. Services will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. at Parsell Fu- neral Homes in Lewes, with burial in St. Peter's Cemetery, Pilottown Road, Lewes. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, Southern Di- vision, North DuPont Highway, Georgetown, DE 19947. William "Bill" J. Bennett, plant manager William "Bill" Judson Bennett, age 80, of Orwigsburg, Pa., died Saturday. Sept. 20, 1997, in Read- ing Hospital, West Reading. Mr. Bennett worked as a plant manager for the Lynn Ladder and Scaffolding Co., Orwigsburg, be- fore retiring in 1985. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in World War II. He is survived by his wife, Mar- jorie F. Ford Bennett of Orwigs- burg; two daughters, Nancy N. Prettyman of Newark and Susan J. Ulmer of Springfield, Pa.; a broth- er, Walter L. Bennett Jr. of Lewes; a sister, Betty B. Poulterer of Naples, Fla.; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Services were held at First Unit- ed Methodist Church, Schuylkill Haven, Pa., with burial in All Saints' Cemetery, Lewes. Contributions are suggested to the Orwigsburg Library, in his memory. Mice Ruth Piper, worked at Cape High Alice Ruth Piper, age 74, of Dover and formerly of Lewes, died Monday, Sept. 22, 1997, of heart failure at Westminster Vil- lage Nursing Home, Dover. Mrs. Piper was a cafeteria cashier at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes. She was a member of Lewes Presbyterian Church, a member of the Century Club of Lewes, and was a Sunday school teacher in Port Penn, Delaware City and in Lewes. She was also a volunteer with Read-Aloud Delaware at the YMCA in Rehoboth Beach. She was preceded in death by her husband, the Rev. S. Royden Piper in 1984. She is survived by two sons, Jeffrey A. of Newark and Mark R. of Milford; a daughter, Ruth Ann Piper of Dover; two sisters, Mary Louise Duncan of San Antonio, Texas, and Marguerite Lord of Broomall, Pa.; three grandchil- dren and one great-grandson. Services were held at Spicer- Millikin Funeral Home, Delaware City, with burial in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Port Penn. Contributions are suggested to the Read-Aloud Delaware pro- gram, P.O. Box 25249, Wilming- ton, DE 19899, or the Lewes Pres- byterian Church, King's High- way, Lewes, DE 19958. Robert C. Stroud, avid fisherman Robert C. "Boogun" Stroud, age 45, of Dover, died Wednes- day, Sept. 17, 1997. Mr. Stroud was employed by Naylor Brother Moving Co., Gen- eral Foods, Deemer Steel and Playtex. He enjoyed fishing and playing cards. He was preceded in death by his father, Theodore Wilson. He is survived by his mother, Barbara Stroud, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; a son, Robert Jr. of Ger- many; four daughters, Sabrina Stroud of Rehoboth Beach, Shinique Crawner and Monica Crawner, both of Milford and Talissa Ingram of Dover; four sis- ters, Rosalyn, Annette and Lynette Stroud, all of Brooklyn and Lucille Richardson, of Mexi- co; five brothers, Orlando Thomas of Chestertown, Md., Edward Stroud, Melvin Stroud, Roger Stroud and Alexander Stroud, all of Brooklyn; three grandchildren, Ashley, Malik, and Daniel Stroud; a longtime friend, Alexis Burns; two aunts, Helen Glass and Bessie Crain; a cousin, Robert Wilson and a host of friends. A memorial service was held in Minus Funeral Home, Dover. Mary Louise B. Dow, script writer CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 - 33 Mary Louise Bowling Dow, age 98, of Lewes Convalescent Cen- ter, died there Sept. 22, 1997 of natural causes. Mrs. Dow was a script dialogue writer in Hollywood, Calif. for 44 years until her retirement in 1970. She was .a member of the First Church of Christian Science, Boston, Mass. She is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Dow Edwards of Lewes; a granddaughter, Sara Chase Carlson of Ocean View and a great granddaughter, Leigh Re- my of Ocean View. Service and burial were private. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, Southern Di- vision, N. DuPont Highway, Georgetown, DE 19947. Mrs. Donnelly was a case work- er at the Salvation Army, retiring in 1995 after 10 years. Previously, she was an intake interviewer at Catholic Social Services Fuel As- sistance Program. Mrs. Donnelly was president of the Kent Ecumenical Movement, Holy Cross Catholic Church, and a former member of the Kent General Hospital Junior Board. She was a Brownie and Girl Scout Leader for Girl Scouts of Ameri- ca, and she was a volunteer for handicapped and exceptional chil- dren at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lombard, I11. She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Charles G., two sons, James M, of Milford, and Kevin C. of Wyoming; three daughters, Mary Jane Donnelly of Wilming- ton, Megan A. Stewart and Moira A. Pando, both of Newark; a brother, Thomas Fitzgibbon of Long Island City, N.Y., two sis- ters, Margaret Hart of Glen Cove, Continued on page 35 Please Join us for Worship Services New Covenant Presbyterian Church in America Winifred M. Donnelly, case worker Winifred M. Donnelly, age 67 .... of Dover, died Friday, Sept. 19, 1997 of a stroke at Kent General Hospital, Dover. "Where the only thing we overlook as the ocean." Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Complete Wine List Here is a sampling from the Dinner Menu: Center-cut New York strip steak, charbroiled, topped with a wild mushroom duxell and finished with a Vino Rosso sauce. Served with Holstein potatoes and fresh vegetables. Wine- Medot, McGuigan Bh, Aualia Jumbo gulf shrimp and large sea scallops blackened in traditional New Odeans style and served atop a fine roasted red pepper sauce. Fettucini in a pesto and cream sauce and fresh vegetables finish this entree. Suggested Wine- Sauvon Bbm, Clos du Bois, California Boneless breast of capon with apple walnut stuffing, baked until golden brown I and topped with a Grand Idamier sauce.I Accompanied by fresh vegetables. I Suggested Win-White Medot, Fortant De France, France I I !i? i !!! i! iiii!ii  !i !i  !iiiiiiiiiiiiii' iiiii!!i:iiii#iiiiii ii:ii:i  The classic combination- broiled cold- water lobster tail and charbroiled 8 ounce filet mignon, served with lemon rosemary orzo and fresh vegetables. sm s 8 r.u=,  impe   I Stuffed TMn T. Twin Ioer tails stuffed with crab imperial, i Suggested Wine. Shiraz, Lindemans, Auslrailia Salmon, poached in a light fum6 then Oven-roasted, full rack of lamb seasoned nestled atop fresh asparagus spears, with 7-grain mustard and bread crumbs, topped with sautaed jumbo lump crabmeat and hollandaise sauce, accented with tri-colored sauces and Accompanied by fresh vegetables and served with wild rice timbale and fresh lemon rosemary orzo. vegetables. Suggested Wine- Pouilly Fuisse, Clos Resster, France Suggested Wine- Merlot, Tessera, California *Early Bird Menu available from 5-6 p.m. for $12.95 each. 00ryte, C00ace, Sophistication In the Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615