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Description: Death of Harry Shaud 1994

Date: June 29 1994

Newspaper published in: Wilmington

Source: newspaper

Page/Column: Sussex Deaths

Dewey Beach, Delaware

Harry A Shaud, age 84, died Tuesday, June 28, 1994 at Beebe Hospital, Lewes . Shaud was the owner of Shaud Real Estate
and the Bottle & Cork nightclub in Dewey Beach. He was a son of Harry Benjamin and Sara Lohner Shaud of Wilmington, born in
1910. Shaud and his wife, former Virginia Moore founded Shaud Real Estate in 1950's, sold to Calwell Banker January 1994. Harry and his wife Virginia bought a red brick general store in 1937, Jack's Cafe, with gas pumps , renamed it Bottle & Cork, added live music, got liquor license and moved in up stairs. Bottle & Cork became well known during WW II with the service men stationed at Cape Henlopen. Shauds sold the 'Cork' in 1955.
Harry A. Shaud was drafted in 1942, served in Panama in the Army Air force with the rank of sergeant. He was a Salesianum
graduate in 1928 where he was quarterback for the football team. He was a member of St. Edmonds Catholic Church on King Charles Avenue, Rehoboth and the Knights of Columbus and a life member of the Post 5, American Legion Rehoboth. Virginia his wife died
in 1993. She was the secretary of the Rehoboth Country Club many years. Harry Shaud is survived by a daughter, Karen of Rehoboth, a sister, Mary Calhoun of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Service was held at St. Edmonds, Laurel Street and
King Charles Avenue. Burial was private at the Broadkill Memorial Gardens



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