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8PIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 5,1978 0 "00b_:tuar] e s i I Edward Monroe B.enham, Former Newspaper, United Aircraft Company Executive, Dies+ At VA Edward Monroe Benham, of Harpers Ferry, a former newspaperman and retired executive of United Aircraft Corporation, now United Technologies Corp., died Thursday, December 29, after a long illness at the Newton D. Baker V.A. Hospital in Mar- tinsbnurg. He began his newspaper career as a reporter on the Newark, N.J., Evening News and spent 15 years with Mac- fadden Publications in the! magazine field, in New York City. He also wrote the scripts for several radio shews. In 1943, he entered the aviation field where he became public relations and advertising director of Pratt-Whitney Air- craft, a subsidiary of UAC., which later led to his association with Sikorsky Aircraft, in the same capacity. When United Aircraft Corp., built a rocket engine plant in West Palm Beach, Mr. Behman directed public relations and advertising there, until his retirement. One of the hallmarks of his career, he said recently, was his trip to Europe with the pilots and crew commissioned to make the first flight across the Atlantic in a helicoptor. Mr. Benham was a member of the Aviation Writers of America, and the Montclair, N.J. and Palm Beach chapters of Sons of the American Revolution. He was born in Winsted, Conn., son of the late Edward Nelson Benham, and Myra Williams Benham, both of them descendants of the early 1700 settlers in Connecticut. Survivors include his wife, Victoria Stevees Benham; his daughter, Judith B. Proctor, of New York City; his step- daughter, Glory G. Landon Herazo, of Palm Beach; and four granddaughters, Dana H. Owen, of New York City; Cristina Herazo 'Raines' and Victoria S. Herazo of Los Angeles, and Sunderland Procter. A brother, John, pre- deceased him: At his request his body has been donated to the W. Va. University Medical School in Morgantown. There will be no services here. A date for a memorial service in Old Lyme, Conn., will be an- nounced later. Expressioes of sympathy may be directed through con- tributions to either the local American Cancer Society, or the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. CLIFFORD C. STARLIPER Funeral services were held Saturday, December 24, from[ the Melvin T. Strider Coloniall Funeral Home in Raeson, by the I Rev. Fred Smith, for Clifford Cecil Starliper, 69, a resident of Ridge Road, Shenandoah Junction, who died Thursday, -December 22, in City Hospital in Martinsburg. The Rev. Charles From, assisted with the ser- vices. Burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gar- dens, near Martinsburg. He was horn in Berkeley County, April I, 1908, a son of the late James H. and Worthy Ellen Shilnp Starliper. Mr. Starliper retired from the Badger Powhatan Brass Foundry in Ranson in 1973 after 7% years, and was a member of the Greensburg U.M. Church Berkeley County. Twiced married, he wal preceded in death by his first wifde, Mrs. Mabel Watson in 1968. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eva Link Starllpor, whom he married July 4, 1974, at the home; two daughters, Mrs. James "Emma Mac" Locke, and Mrs. Richard "Nancy" Swartz, both of Leetown; one son, Eugene Starlipor, Leetown; three step-sons, David Link Howard Link, and Boteler Link all of Shenandoah Junction; fiv grandchildren; 10 step- grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Hazel Lee .Welty, Glen Burnie, Md.; two brothers, Edward Starliper, Shepherdstown ; Charles W. Starliper, Chantilly, Two brothers, Homer and James, preceded him in death. PAUL W. MYERS Funeral services were held Sunday at 1:30 p.m., from the Brown Funeral Home in Mar- tinsburg, by the Rev. Terry Dodge, for Paul William Myers, 35, of 205 Walnut Street, Mar- tinsburg, who died Wednesday afternoon in the Veterans Ad- ministration Hospital in Washington, D.C., following an illness since January 1977. The deceased had been a patient in the Baker V.A. Center for a time until December 8, when he was transferred to the Washington Hospital. Burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens near Martinsburg. He was born October I3, 1942 in Charles Town, a son of Leta May Grove Myers of 205 Walnut Street, and the late Daniel Franklin Myers. Mr. Myers was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church; a long distance truck driver; and ha@ served in the U.S. Army from February 1961 to January 1964. He had 30 months of overseas duty in Germany. Surviving with his mother are two brothers, Arthur Daniel Myers, Manton, Mich.; John[ Grove Myers, Hanover, Md.';I three sisters, Mrs. Harry I "Pauline Y." Winland, River- ' . ii dale, Md., Mrs. Rodney Mary[ R." Luttrell, Kearneysville;I Mrs. Cletus "Sarah" Atkins,I Charles Town; aunts, two nieces, six nephews and cousins. DAVID H. HENRETTA Servicers were held Monday morning at 11 o'clock from the Brown Funeral Home in Mar- tinsburg by the Rev. Joseph P. Porterfield, for David Howard Henretta, 77, cf 121 W. Race t, Martinsburg, who died ay morning at 3:10 in City Hospital in Martiesburg, where he had been a patient for one week. burial was made in Resedale Cemetery in Mar- tinsburg. The family received friends at the funeral home Sunday evening and Mar- tinsburg Lodge No. 120 Loyal Order of Moose conducted Memorial services at the Funral Home sunday evening. He was born in Jefferson County, April 11, 1900, a son of the late Isuac David and Annie Voorhees Henretta. Mr. Henretta was a pioneer in the auto sales and service retail field, beginning in 1927, he was associated with his brother Stewart, in operating the local Packard Agency, and later he owned the Texaco Station on Winchester Avenue, until retiring in 1960. He was well-known and an active member of the Mar- tinsburg Lodge No. 120, Loyal Order of Moose; he was a Past Governor serving as treasurer for a number of years, was a member of the South Mountain Legion of the Moos No. 104; he held a Life Fellowship Degree; was a recipient of the highest Moose Degree, Pilgrim Degree of Merit and was a member of the 25 Club. He was a member of the Martinsburg Le No. 778, Airlines and the Steamship Clerks; also a member of the Jefferson County Chapter American Association of Retired Persons. Surviving are a son, Jack Rudolph Nardi, of Charles Town; a sister, Mrs. Louise Capone, of Philadelphia, Pa.; and a brother, Joseph Nardi, of Baltimore, Md. WILLIAM A. FIELDS Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. from the King's Apostle Holiness Church of God, for WE]lard McArthur Fields, 61, of Fourth Avenue, Ranson, who died January 2, in the Baker V.A. Center. Bishop E. Eugene BaRimore, of Ranson, will of- ficiate and burial will be made in FMrview Cemetery in Bolivar. Friends will be received at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ran.son this evening, Thursday, from 7 until He was a member of St. l ErnestWebbandParker visited mark's Episcopal Church, l'with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lappans, Md.; Robert White [ Rudolph and sons. Lodge No. 67 A.F. & A.M. of the ] On Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lebanon Chapter of Royal Arch ] Stocks and family and Mike Masons and the Half Century i Smith, all of Charles Town; and Club of the W. Va. Bankers]Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish Association. '1 and family were dinner guests of Surviving is his wife Carolyn. I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. I ,/so on Monday, Mr. Jack ,CCC,%-:CC,-::C.:CC. ] Pondur was a dinner guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay SUMMIT POINT 9 p.m. i and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and The deceased'was born in the ; Stephanie entertained Mr. and Duffields section of the county, I Mrs. Louis Osbourne at lunch. September 15, 1916, a son of the i Also, last Monday, Mr. and late Charles and Lilly Page i Mrs. Tom Jenkins and children Fields. He was a dispatcher for I were visited by the latter's the Jefferson Taxi Stand brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Company and a member of the and Mrs. Paul Canterbury and Duffields AME Methodist Churcha nd the John Brown Elks Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Katherine Harris, of Ranson; and the following children -- Miss Jessie Fields, of Pitt- sburgh; Pa.; Mrs. Cars Darrel, San Diego, California; Ward Fields, Seattle, Washington; Miss Josephine Fields, Pitt- sburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Margaret Bradley, Long Beach, California; Mrs. Joyce Boyd, Baltimore, Md.; Charles Ramdolph Fields, of Mid- dleway; and Misses Anna and Dorothy Fields, btoh of Ranson; also 27 grandchildren and "a sister, Mrs. Rosa Kay Johnson, of Baltimore, Md. MRS, ETHRIDGE F. DOANE Graveside services were held Saturday morning at II o'clock at Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town, by Father Lambert Stack and the Rev. Marcus Earp, for Mrs. Eleanor Elizabeth Doane, 71, a retired school teacher of Charles Town, who died Wednesday, December 28, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, following a long illness. The deceased, widow of Col. Ethridge F+ Doane, was born in, Pittsburgh, Pa., November 9, 1906, a daughter of the late Edward St. Clair and Rose Blanche O'Brien Wyndham. She taught in the Atlantic City Public School system for years until her retirement. Surviving are two nephews, Michael Edward of Greenbelt, Md., and Richard Edward, of Myrtle Beach, S.C. MRS. MARY M. EARMAN Services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the Eackles Funeral Home in Harpers Ferry, by the Rev. Temple G. Wheeler, for Mrs. Mary May Earman, 89, of Harpers Ferry, who died Saturday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Burial was made in Harper Cemetery. Born in Washington County, Md., she was the daughter of the late Frederick Nelson and Mary R. Hartman Deck. She was a member of the Camp Hill U.M. Church. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Virginia Earman and Miss Maxine D. Earman, both of Harpers Ferry; two sons, Randolph, of McLean, Va., and Ernest, Jr., of Virginia; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Lef- fingwell of California; two grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. B.P.O: Elks. JOSE MARQUEZ His wife, Mrs. Lillian Walker I + Mr. Jose Marquez, Turf Henretta, preceded him in death I Trailer Court, died Thursday, in June of 1953. December 29, in Newton D. Baker V.A. Center ater a long illness. Mr. Marquez was retired from the Cost Guard after many years of Service. His only survivor is his widow, Franc Rouzee Marquez. Interment at the convenience of. the family. Arrangements by Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. PRICE C. LUCAS Services will be held this morning, Thursday, at II o'clock from the Brown Funeral Home in Martlnsburg, by the Rev. Charles McNutt, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Martinsburg, for Price C. Lucas, 77, of 134 West King Street, Martinsburg, who died Tuesday morning, January 3, in King's Daulhters Hospital in Mar- tinsburg. Burial will he made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. The deceased was born in Jefferson County, a son of the late Norman C, and Ruth Brantner Lucas. He was bookkeeper and executive vice president of the Merchants and Farmers Bank, Martinsburg, before retiring in 1972. Joyce Rudolph Last Monday, Mrs. Manuel Nobrega of Berryville, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. Christmas visitors in the home of Miss Eleanor Biller were Mrs. J. W. Blller of Martinsburg; Mrs. Lillinn Tharpe, of Ranson, adn Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Biller of Bolivar. On Christmas Monday, Mr. Suk,iving are one son, David H. Henretta, Jr., Santa Monica, Calif.; two daughters, Miss Sharon Henretta, Bell, Calif.; Mrs. George "Katherine" Crowell, Martinsburg; 13 grandchildren; 11 great- grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Lloyd "Laura O. Frye", of Martinsburg, and a number of nieces and nephews. son of Princeton, W. Va. Mr. Wade Wharton and Miss Flora Price were visitors on Monday of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and Donnie. Parker Webb of Orchard Hills and Danny Mills were overnight guests on Christmas Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons. On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagley and daughters of Hidden River, visited with the Rudolph's. Also that day, Mr. Rudolph ac- companied his sons Paul and John, and Jackie, Sabrina, and Curtis White, of Mt. Pleasant to the Shenandoah Nursing Home to participate in a Christmas party given by the Juniors for Jesus group. Later that day, the White children attended a party given for the kids at the home of Mrs. Edna Benton in Mid- dleway. On Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons were overnight guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Stevens and family in Baltimore. While there, Mr. Stevens took the Rudolph's on a grand tour of the dry-docked U.S.S. Speigal Grove Battleship on which he is presently serving as Naval Chaplain. ..... Mark Rudolph spent Wed- nesday, night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and Parker in Orchard Hills. And on Thursday, he was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Polen and sons of Belvedere Drive. On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Payne and family in Middleway. The Rev: David Wood motored :to Landsdale, Pa., on Tuesday and was an overnight guest of I Mr. and Mrs. John Robert + Bradbury, II. While there, Mr. Wood performed a baptismal service for the Bradbury's i grandchildren, Tucka and John Robert Bradbury, IV. Mrs. Ulis Johnson and Mrs. lentley Rudolph of Charles Town, were recent Visitors at the home of Mrs. Beulah Whetzel and family in Shady Acres. On Thursday, Mrs. Deborah Lockwood of Middleway en- tertained at a belated Christmas party in her home awaiting the return of her children Pamela and J. W. from a holiday visit with their father and step- mother, Mr. and Mrs. William Lockwood of Louisville, Ken- tucky. These present at the festivities were Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. Karl DeHaven and Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and Jennifer of Leesburg, va. Approximately 30 people attended the open house given by the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and family at their home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire were weekend guestS in the home of the farmer's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbronk of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and family returned home on Saturday from a weeks vacation in Gatlinburg, Tenn., visiting with family and friends. While there, they were overnight guests in the homes of Mrs. Stamey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Floyd, and Mr. Stamey's mother, Mrs. Pearl Stamey. Also, they motored to Maryvdle and were guests of Mr. Stamey's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. i and Mrs. Bruce Owenbry and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and i Donnie celebrated New Year s! Eve at dinner in the home of Mr. Wade Whar +tpn and Miss Flora Price. Also on New Year's Eve, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Jackson and son visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and daughters. [ On New Year's Eve, Mark I Rudolph attended a Small party I held in the home of Miss Kathy I Lloyd in Tnscawilla Hills. And the same evening, Mr. and Mrs. I RUDOLPH NARDI Funeral services were held Wednesday, January 4at 11 a.m. in St. lames Cath&ic Church in Charles Town, for Rudolph Nardi, 73, of 3404 Bunker Hill Road, Mt. Ranier, Md., who was pronounced dead on arrival ember 31, at Jefferson morial Hospital. Father Lambert Stack officiated and burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens near Martinsburg. Funeral[ arrangements were handled by[ the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ramon. The deceased was born in Italy, September 13, 1904, a of the late Philip and Lisa Nardinocchi. He was a retired Railway Express clerk, working in that capacity for some 20 years. He was also a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Stamey and children. HOSPITAL NOTES Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital December 27 through January 2 included: Alvin Ennis, Jr., Charles Town. Lucy Sirbaugh, Kearneysville. Ruby Nokes, Brunswick, Md. Willie Everhart, Kear- neysville. Carolyn Jenkins, Charles Town. George Breeden, Ranson. Frances Smallwood, Harpers Ferry. Homer Griffith, Charles Town. Luther Griffith, Shenandoah Junction. Mary Rankin, Charles Town. Lucy Glover, Charles Town. Chaplain Curry, Summit Point. Betty Stevens, Brunswick, + Md.. Anne Hinkle, Charles Town. Rosanna Maine, Kear- neysville. Earl Guinn, Charies Town. Jerry Campbell, Sharpsburg, Md. Thelma Staubs, Harpers Ferry. Joyce Sager, Shepherdstown. Lucinda WabJ, Berryville, Va. Margaret Wisenberg, Win- chester, Va. Charles Bowens, Ranson. Roy Jones, Knoxville, Md. Mary Carson, Ranson. Dennis Hawk, Kearneysville. Ruby Smith, Charles Town. Alicinda Myers, Brunswick, Md. Mathew Jenkins, Harpers Ferry. Dana Rideoutt, Charles Town. Charles Wilt, Charles Town. Shannon Beckwith, Charles Town. James Nicholson, Kear- neysville. Nellie Zombro, Shenandoah Junction. Kelly Jackson, Ranson. Wallace Gifft, Bakerton. Samuel Jackson, Charles ++Town. ! Diana Denny, Front Royal, IIVa. I Bruce Denny, Front Royal, Va. Troy Kelican, Ranson. Gertrude Heidrick, Charles Town. Joan Okuno, Bakerton. Janet Wilt, Harpers Ferry. Charles Johnston, Charles Town. Mary Long, Ranson. I Laurie Winchester, Staunton, Va. Valli McDonald, Rippon: Barbara Frittz, Rippon. Raleigh Molar, Kearneysville. Carl Greenwalt, Kear- neysville. Jeffrey Gaskins, Ranson. Jo Anna Kilpatrick, Kcar- neysville. Chester H. Murray, Kcar- neysville. Alma L. Rideoutt, Charles Town. Herbert F. Cogle, Harpers Ferry. Genrganna L. Pifer, Ranson. Howard N. Barron, Charles Town. Hilda C. Edwards, Kear- neysville. Jesse L. Moorman, Shenan- doah Junction. Lillie A. Thornton, Ranson. John E. Grimes, Belair, Md. Raymond L. Griffith, Ranson. Marvin L. Bayer, Marcas oak, Pa. Margaret E. Fiddler, Ranson. Suzanne M. Runion, Harpers Ferry. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jenkins, Charles Town, a son on December 27. Mr, and Mrs. Gayhart, Charles Town, a daughter on December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager, Sbepherdstown, a daughter on December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardy, Millville, a son on December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilt, Hal]town, a son on December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jenkins, Charles Town, a son on December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Welch, Kearneysville,'a daughter on December 30. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Iarns, Kearneysville, a son on December 31. RULES & BANK CHIEFS WASHINGTON -- Banking regulators who investigated former Budget Director Bert Lance's finances have proposed rules to prevent bank directors from getting per- tarred treatment when they apply for loans. LIVESTOCK SALES I The quotations of the Blue [Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, January 2, 1978. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was prime veal calves, top $82. Good butcher steers, $35 to $38; plain to medium steers, $30 to $34.75; plain to medium heifers, $23 to $30; good bulls, $34 to $37.60; plain to medium bulls, $27 to $33.75; commercial cows, $26.25 to $28.50; utility cows, $24.,50 to $26; canners and cut- tern, $21 to $24.25; stacker and feeder steers, $30 to $40; stock and feeder heifers, $24 to $31. Choice to prime calves, $70 to $82; good butcher calves, $55 to $69; medium butcher calves, $40 to $54; thin calves, $25 to $35; I heavy calves, $28 to $40; good lambs, $57 to $59; butcher ewes, $I0 to $17. Good butcher hogs, $43.50 tel $44; medium butcher hogs, I $42.85 to $43.40; heavy butcher hogs, $40to $42.70; butcher sows, , $34 to $36.50; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $30 to $35.50; shoats per hundred, up to $37; pigs per head, up .to $26; boars, up to $25. SERVICES FOR CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH The Rev. William P. Reed, pastor, announces the following services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Children's Church, tl a.m., on lower level, Josephine Chandler, Director; Bolivar Rest Home Service, 2 p.m.; Christ Am- bassadors meet, 6:30 p.m.;t neunced his intentie the Democratic Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer and election to the praise, outline Bible study on the Magistrate post for Book of Revelation, 7:30 p.m. pired term to . appointed by  Judges Pierre CAHDIDATE , Vance Z. ' resignation of From Page 1 :Morrow, Jr., last voting. They are the Ray. time there were a RichardENnal, andJ. Kenneth l other county Sims, both from Charles Town! terested in the a District. I whether any of them On the state-wide basis, candidates isnot Senator Randolph has also As for T. J. stated his intentions to seek re. I George Crim, election for the U.S. Senate seat County :ommi and will be a Democratic come up for electionl nominee, while former[ neither would state Grovernnr Arch A. Moore, Jr., tentions this week. has announced his intentions of The same is true wtl seeking the nomination on the to the Rev. Richard E, Republican ticket. And while there may he other candidates possibly on both tickets in the Primary election, these two will undoubtedly he the ones drawing the most at- tention. On the Congressional level, incumbent Harley Staggers will undoubtedly be a Democratic candidate again and Joseph E. Caudle, of Martinsburg, a member of the W. Va. House of Delegates, representing Berkeley and Morgan Counties, along with the Shepherdstown District in Jefferson County, has indicated a strong interest in being a candidate on the Democratic ticket. For the one seat for State Senate up for balloting this election year, Martinsburg Attorney Robert Steptoe is expected to seek the nomination again on the Democratic ticket. On the county level, Dougherty has already an- J. Kenneth SimS, members of the Education whose this year. Neither is: 'make any , intentions. Members of the and Republic mittees are also up ! in this election year, these filings will At noon Wednesday filing had been offices of Mrs. M Riggleman, clerk Court. It was that Dongherty, for the County Magistrate. Elmwood Assn. Meeting The annual wood Cemetery he held Thursday 12, 1978, at 7: 3o p.m. J Club, Shepherdstowt SHOE SAL , Our 6igent/ $em/.Asnud W'mfer C/eoronee Sale Starts This OVER 5000 PAIRS of REGULAR STOCK NAME BRAND SHOES Sizes 4thru 12 AAAA thru EEE Widths Drastically Reduced for Immediate ClearanCe Florsheim VALUES TO $40.00 Naturalizer NOW ONLY Dexter Hush Puppies Bass Viner Poppogallo None Higher ]SUPPLY IS LIMITED so s,0P .,L, ,01 Tm ,BT'IARGAINSJ i i MEN'S SHOE SALE ii i SAVE UP TO 50% Values to $S.00 NOW ONLY Sizes 4thru 12 A thru EEE Widths None rasher RAND BASS AMERICAN GENTLEMAN DEXTER OVER 300 PAIRS Children's REDUCED FOR SALE f'/j SHOE SALE Values to $50.00 Many /t.] OVER 500 PAIRS ,ow,,y... ses,'J, REDUCED 1 Strum .. N *14"J398 +-'" _., SAVE UP TO a SLIP-ONS DRESS BOOTS .@ . BUCKL, STYLES 75% All Sales Final REGULAR STORE HOURS Man. and Fri. 9:30 to 9 Other Oay, 9:30 to S LADLES' BOOTS REDUCED! Regularly S 15.00 to $55.00 ,ow $3900 ONLY to NONE HIGHER Many Styles and Colors The Shenandoah Valley's Wilkins' Largest Family Shoe Store 0000O.00ENTER 7 SOUTH LOUDOUN ST. MALL---OOWNTOWN WINCHESTER I00lT LIT1