Delmar Events
Thursday, October 21, 2004
Trunks of Treats Oct. 30
A safe place for kids to get treats, Saturday, Oct. 30, 6-7:30 p.m., at Delmar Church of God of Prophecy’s parking lot U.S. 13 and Dorthy Road (between Delmar and Laurel - 3 miles north of Maryland/Delaware state line). Call 875-7824 for more information.

Christmas Craft Bazaar Christmas Craft Bazaar and sandwich sale, Saturday, Nov. 27, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Delmar Church of God of Prophecy, U.S. 13 and Dorothy Road (three miles north of the state line). Phone 875-7824 or 846-0410.

Delmar Class of 1969
In celebration of their 35-year class reunion, the Delmar High School Class of 1969 is inviting the public to a dance at the Delmar VFW, Saturday, Oct. 16, at 9 p.m., with DJ services of “The Jumping Jukebox.” Tickets are available at the door for $10 per couple. Call Jean Maloney, 875-2337, or Rennie Brittingham, 846-3061.

Jackson is honored upon his retirement
On Sept. 17, a surprise retirement party, with more than 250 people attending, was held for well-known Delmar citizen William “Bill” Jackson. The affair was held at the Delmar VFW and given by his wife Helen, family and associates. Jackson is a life-long resident of Delmar. He has been a welder for more than 40 years and had his own business, Welding by Jackson, for 25 years. The Jacksons were joined at the party by their six children, Lisa, Eva, Teresa, Robert, Pam and Keith, in addition to his secretary Beth Scott. After enjoying a roast beef and dumpling dinner, Jackson was well “roasted” as well, as many funny stories about his life were told. In honoring him, one speaker said, “He is a great man about the Town of Delmar and surrounding area.” The Jacksons make their home just north of Delmar, off alternate U.S. 13.
Bi-Staters Coffee Talk Sharon Cordrey

Here is a reminder of the book and bake sale at the Delmar Library Saturday, Oct. 30, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you have some good sellable books you want to donate, bring them to the library. They also need baked goods and volunteers to help the day of the sale. If you need further information, please call the library at 846-9894.

Delmar Library will present a children’s magic show featuring HareEwhodini and the magic school bus on Thursday, Oct. 28, at 6:30 p.m. Come and spend an evening of fun and magical moments; all ages are welcome.

Sonny and Shirley Porter and Keith and Ann Jones recently enjoyed a day touring the memorials to World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War in Washington, D.C.

Special birthday wishes to Ann Jones on Thursday, Oct. 21.

Get-well wishes for a speedy recovery to Dr. Gorgui, who was recently involved an automobile accident.

We continue to send our get-well wishes to Connie Whaley, Pam James, Doris Spicer, Andrew Reed, Bill Jackson, Anna Scott and Marybelle Philips.

Everyone is wishing for a speedy recovery for Alvin Palmer who is in Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, 801 Middleford Rd., Room 2028, Seaford, DE 19973.

Our sympathy to the families and friends of William Allen Whitelock and Penny Faye Passwaters Elliott

We wish the following very happy birthdays: Chris Melvin and Robert Causey, on Oct. 10; Virginia Sparrow, Susan Elliott and Gail Wootten, Oct. 12; Bonnie Wood, Mary Phillips, Janet Stickles and Tabbitha Brittingham, Oct. 13; John Roberts and Jean Beach, Oct. 14; Pamela Palmer, Taylor Lee Warren and Paul Carmine, Oct. 15; Brittany Elliott and Curtis Lankford, Oct. 16; Dana Tyrrell Carlock, Diane Culver Borucki and David Larmore, Oct. 17; Robin Taylor, Oct. 18; Pat Lankford and Hannah Scott, Oct. 19; Arline Marvil and Greg Budd, Oct. 20; Amy Hagar, Oct. 21; Raymond Powell, Oct. 23; Jean Ellis, Norma Panichella, Sam McWilliams, Lena Scott and Annie LeCates, Oct. 24; Nancy Harris, Oct. 25.

Thought for the week: “If winter is slumber and spring is birth, and summer is life, then autumn rounds out to be reflection. It’s a time of year when the leaves are down, the harvest is in and the perennials are gone. Mother Earth just closed up the drapes on another year and it’s time to reflect on what’s come before.” Mitchell Burgess