Delmar Events
Thursday, October 17, 2002
 
Delmar Basket Bingo
A Basket Bingo fund-raising event for: ‘Sussex County Sheriff’s Legal Fund, Inc.’ will be held at Delmar Conference Center, US 13 and 54, Delmar, Md, on Oct. 24. Doors open at 6 p.m., with Bingo games starting at 7 p.m. Prizes for 20 baskets and free refreshments to ticket holders. Offered are new Christmas and Wish-List baskets. Two special raffles for Wrought Iron Corner Stand with three corner baskets and 1 corner shelf and a set of 9”, 11” and 13” baskets with protectors and lids; and door prize drawing for a Green Hostess Treasures Basket. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Call (302) 349-5633 for ticket information. Tickets may be ordered in advance by sending your check made payable to Sussex County Sheriff’s Legal Fund, Inc., P.O. Box 125, Greenwood, DE 19950.

Bi-Staters’ Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey
846-3396

Richard and Peggy Hastings, Millicent Bradley, Joanne Shenk from Delmar Delaware and Melvin and Doris Horney, Kirk and Jean Banks from Laurel attended a show at the American Music Theater in Lancaster, Pa. The show was a musical celebration of the best music of the 1940s and1950s and was titled “Hit Wave.” Everyone had a wonderful time. The trip was arranged by the Peninsula Partners of the Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md., with Pam Wood as the hostess.

Congratulations to Holly Ann Cordrey and Dean White on their recent marriage on Oct. 6. Holly is the daughter of Phyllis and Kenny Cordrey.

Walter and Letitia Fisher enjoyed a special celebration for their 50th wedding anniversary at the Delmar VFW that their children gave them. Congratulations Walter and Letitia on your 50th anniversary.

It was nice to see Madeline Hudson out-and-about town after her recent illness.

We send our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family of friends of Nancy Schumacher. Nancy passed away Friday, Oct. 11.

Dick and Kaye Wellendorf have been entertaining visiting friends from Ohio. They showed their friends the sites at Gettysburg, Pa., Chesapeake Bridge Tunnel, Ocean City and Amish Country in Pennsylvania. They all enjoyed a great week .
Peggy and Donald Morris entertained Internet friends from North Carolina this past week. They spent time visiting local sites such as Assateague Island, etc.

At the homecoming football game on Oct. 19 at 1:30 p.m., the newly formed Delmar Alumni Association will have a hospitality table. Stop by and sign up to become a member of this worthwhile organization. They are trying to get as many new members as possible and raise money to award a scholarship. Anyone that supports Delmar Middle and High School or a former graduate of Delmar High School is welcome to join.

Friends of the Delmar Library will hold a book and bake sale on Tuesday, Nov. 5, (Election Day). If anyone has any books or movies that they would like to donate, it would be greatly appreciated. If you cannot bring your donation to the Delmar Library, please call 302-846-9894 or leave your name at the library and someone will pick up your donation. All money raised from the book and bake sale supports programs of the Delmar Public Library.

We send our prayers and get-well wishes to George Campbell, Bob Schulz and Eleanor Carmine on their on their upcoming surgery.

Doug and Pia Calhoun recently visited Doug’s Aunt Helen Cornelius to help celebrate her 91st birthday in West Chester Pike Nursing Home, West Chester, Pa. We want to congratulate Pastor Don Murray for being selected as Pastor of the Day.

Friends of Barbara Messick would like to wish her a very happy belated birthday on Saturday, Oct. 12. Barbara, we hope it was a great one.

We wish the following people a very happy birthday: Mary Phillips, Bonnie Wood and Janet Sticles, on Oct. 13; John Roberts and Jean Beach, Oct. 14; Paul Carmine, Pamela Palmer and Taylor Lee Warren, Oct. 15; Brittany Elliott and Curtis Lankford, Oct. 16; Diane Culver Borucki, William L. Calloway, Dan Tyrrell Taylor and David Larmore, Oct. 17; Mike Parker, Oct. 18; Patricia Lankford, Jean Bank and Hannah Scott, Oct. 19; Arline Marvil, and Greg Budd, Oct. 20.