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# 2 /S -__ I "1 T! SMART FASHIONS Charles Town Martinsburg SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VARMERS d~ing in the past, SteOey declar- 6---A THURSDAY, MAY Little Cindy Slusher Crowned Bonny Bell" For Sgt. Michael Cronin is ,o as: oe. Vir li Char5 ; Town Junior ,ns Club C0 des Primoted To Sgt. E. 5 Seeking Nw Products ' ~ -- ~ "-- "We will,be seeking new prod-Hundred~ ; At Formal Opening Of ucts and new methods of produc- /llllI pansion for the business. And the Fritts Furniture, Appliance community will profit from any I~ ~ ' '~:::~ ~" :~ !!i iiiiiii ~i! ii )i!)iiiiil. .ili i iii~ili !i!ii ii grwth and expansin," Steeley : :iiii~ii~iiiiii~i" ~iiiiiiiiiii: co,~clu:~d. Alfriend of Charles ~!!!! ~ Town pronounced the invocation group sang one verse of "Amer- I iii .... : ...... .,:~ ~!~: ..... :iiii for the dinner program and theic~resident Staley praised the work of the committees for thb ~ i~ i~I !i~ !! i}!i!~ ~i past year and thanked the chair- iii':: ~ii ii: !ii)(: ~ ~ ii!~!i~t~::/iiii/iii~iii/i/iiiii!/i~! :ii~iii~ :iiiii~i~!iiii::iiiii~iii!i~:i~i~::~:~i~i~~.~ man. He paid special mention to the fact that the Chamber's mem- i!i~I ~ ,:i.~ ~ii~ ~:~::i~i ~,iiiiiii~'ii,,~i!~(* ..... :~iii~'~~: i~f,iiiii~iiiii~i~ii!~M ".. i~ii~iiiii!il; ~i~iiii~!i~!":~... bership now is the highest in his ~ii " "'~i~iiiii !, " tory, with a total of 160 paid up members. Staley also noted that a radio station and Credit Bureau The Episcopal Pamsh Itouse chawman opened the ceremo y y w 1 r~de on a specml float in the for Charles Town were two things was the scene of /he coronation introducing Mrs. It. It. Itunter annual parade on May 30. SGT. MICHAEL CRONIN son to become a reality. of the .Junior Woman's Club, who spoke hriefly on mental heal Mrs. Martin expressed apprec- Sgt. Michael Cronin of Kaitua, President Staley also introduc- 'Bonny Bell" Monday night. May lh and explained what the bell sy iation to the following people for Oahu, Hawaii was recently pro- ed the officers and directors of Formal opening of the new J. dry Iron as third 15 and little Miss Cindy Slusher mbolized. She also stated that the helping to make the contest the moted to Sgt. E. 5. Presenting the the organization and commended Russell Fritts , Inc. Furniture Hough of Charles was crowned "Miss Bonny Bell",lefferson County Association for great success it was: to Lucille's promotion to Sgt. Cronin is his them for their outstanding and and Appliance store located at Size Hostess Cart before members of the CharlesMental ttealth would hold the an- for the use of her window for commanding officer, Major Nel- untiring efforts in behalf of the 309 West Washington Street, Char fourth prize. Francis Town Junior Woman's Club and nual Bell Ringer Campaign Moo- !a number of guests. Pmtured a- day night, May 22. bore are Miss Bonny Bell and the Mrs. Martin then introduced [runners-up. From left to right Dr. William Roth who sang, Miss Pamela tIooper, third place "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" winner (2,780 votes); Miss Boo- as the 18 little girls gathered hie Sue Riley, fourth place win- on stage for the coronation. Mrs. neT, (2,576 votes) Miss Cindy Hunter then crowned Miss Slush- I Slusher, first place (2,920 votes); er and presented gifts to Miss Mc- 'Miss Terry McGovern, second Govern, Miss Hooper, Miss Riley place winner (2,867 votes) and and Miss Whittingtofl. Gifts were Miss Sheree Whittington, fifth also presented to the other con. place winner (1,424 votes), testants. Mrs. Willard the display of pictures; to Leg- son Brown at Marine Corp. Head- gett's; Charles Town Photo and quarters on Aahu Island. Sgt. Gift Shop, Diamonds and Lucille's Cronin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. for donating gifts for each little Patrick Cronin of Brooklyn, N. girl, in the contest; to all the mo- y. He is married to the former thers and sponsors who entered Patricia Wilt, daughter of Mr. a little girl in the contest, and Mrs. Paul Wilt of South Geo Proceeds will go to Weston rge Street. The Cronins have one State Hospital. small daughter Patricia Lynne, Refreshments were then served seven months old. to all contestants and guests while the Junior Women conduc- ted their regular business meet- Martin, contest The queen and her attendants ing. Harpers Ferry won Chamber and the county. Special lea Town held Thursday, May 11 Size Foldaway Handi~ tribute was paid to S. Brooke at 9 a. m. was a huge success it Blackford, executive secretary of was reported with hundreds of serving trays as rift the Chamber for his work since people calling at the store and Douglas Watson RoU he took over the executive post. inspecting it's merchandise and tinsburg, won a 17 pi Those at the speaker's table re- facilities from opening time and set as sixth prize. , cognized were: Mrs. Shirley Hunt, Saturday night. Other awards were Mrs. James Senseney, Mrs. Roy And in the above picture Char- Lighters- Mrs. W. M., Stee|ey, Mrs. Harold Kisner, Mrs. lea Town's Mayor Nicholas Carson Clarence Ott, RFD Ha Herman Willis, Mrs. Blackford is shown officially cutting the rib Marvin Dodson, City; and Mrs. Staley. boo opening the new business. A1 Berry, City; Ida Special guests included J. Rus- so shown in the picture are J. Harpers Ferry, RFD; sell Fritts, Charles Town; Mr. and Russell Fritts, Gregory Miller, Ebersole, City; Mrs. Mrs. Gracen Parkins, Martinsburg Piedmont Distributors, J. Leon- Davis, City; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Reynolds, Bar ard Fritts, Mayor Carson and Mrs. City; Robert Bailey, Mary Elizabeth Wysong .ZiOnis a substituteEpiscpal SundayChUrCh'schoolElizabethtea Miss Helen Edmonds ]cher and a member of the Youth dane; Charles Stroh, Martinsburg Charles Spiker and Robert Howe, 4 pc. Silver Dinner i manager of Martinsburg Chamber the latter of Piedmont Distribut- Shoemaker, City; 4 Named Citizen Of M0]lthFellwship- At Charles Town High To B ome 0f Mr. R chard Rissler William H. (Bill) Peery, former ors. neT set, Arbutus Wilt~ Only two births occurred at the mayor of Martinsburg; Mrs. Doug As a feature of the opening Mr. peTs Ferry. Charles Town General Hospital los Minnick, office secretary of Fritts presented a host of prizes 1 qt. paint to eac[ during the past week and both of I Martinsburg Chamber; Mrs. Carl to some of those who visited the Carper, City; G. T. them oecur~:ed Monday one being I Rose.Jensen, Martinsburg. store and those receiving the a- City; Mrs. Eliza 1~ a boy baby and the other a girl.i -- wards were: Dearl Grove, Jr. the peTs Ferry; Paul A son, Kenneth Eugene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. I Hemest top prize, a Brothers Electric Sew erstown, Md.; - ~ _ __ - _ -___ :- - _ _ ." WE WISH TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR WONDERFUL RESPONSE TO OUR GRAND OPENING, ALSO FOR THE LOVELY FLOWERS WE RECEIVED. ---PRIZE WINNERS--- 1ST.--MRS. JOSEPH G. TAYLOR, Ranson 2ND.--LOLITA KELICAN, Charles Town 3RD.--ROSALEE WHITTINGTON 4TH.--DALLAS RUSSELL 5TH:--GLENN LLOYD 6TH.--MRS. ELMER MASON LOTS OF BARGAINS STILL ON SALE. DON'T MISS "THEM. timore, Md. sperit the weekend Charles Town High School, attend near Charles Town, Lou Pond- innovations made. with his mother Mrs. Kenna AI. ed Shepherd College, Shpherds-l field. geT. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner and son and daughter Janet and Michael Gardner of Laurel, Md. and Mrs. W. L. Curry of Hope Valley, Rhode Island, have bee~ grey of Doctor of Veterinary Med reecnt visitors of their mother icine from Oklahoma State this Mrs. J. Frank Gardner at her home in Charles Town. town, W. Va. and the University of West Virginia, Morgantown and received his B. S. from Okla homa State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. He will receive the de- month. Mr. Rissler served four expressed regret that Carl A. N~, years in the Air Force, serving in varre, president of Dixie-Nar~o Korea. A summer wedding is planned. Shenandoah Garden Club Plans For June Dance The Shenandoah Garden Club held its May meeting atThe Hill- eary House on Wednesday, May 10th, with Mrs. George W. Held- rich as hostess and Mrs. Davi~l McMillan as co-hostess. During the business meeting, plans were discussed for a danceto be sport and S. B. Ryman, Jr. president of Magic Chef, Inc., of Cleveland, Tenn. could not be present for the occasion. Next month Dixie-Narco will ob serve it's fourth anniversary, Stee Icy said, and while "we are pleas ed with the company's accomplish ments, we are not satisfied." Steeley paid tribute to the more than 200 employees of the com- pany, saying it was only through their team work that past accom- plishments had been made poss- ible. He gave special mention to such key employees as Dave Mer sored by the club at Shenandoah chant, plant manager; Paul Bur. Downs on Saturday, June 24. Tic- ton, chief engineer; Paul Flagle, kets at $5 per couple wiIl be avail assistant engineer; G. F. Snyder, able from club members, manager of quality control and A. Following the business meet- C. Halvosa, chief accountant and ing,: horticulture specimens and assistantsecretary of the com- arran_g,,ements expressing "togeth piny; and C. F. Conklyn, manager erness were judged. Mrs. F. W. of the purchasing department. Buckles was awarded a red rib- Steeley traced the history of boo for her arrangement. Refresh- the Dixie.Narco, pointing to the meats were served at the concl~s, substantial increase in plant's ion of the meeting/ personnel in the past four years from 60 to more than 200 today. HAGERSTOWN DISTRICT He also related the research and WSCS TO MEET MAY 19 production accomplishments and the expansion of the plant facil- The annual Spring meeting of ities the past four years. ,~nd in the Hagerstown District, Woman's pointing up what an industry like Society of Christian Service, will Dixie-Narco can do for the econ- be held May 19, at the Charles omy of the county, he said last Town Methodist Chqrch, begin- year about $800,000 was put into , The project, costing thousands, Shenandoah Motel, Charles of dollars, was started some moo- Town Donald Eyster. ~, ths ago and with 'it's completion Blakeley Bank and Trust Corn and occupation now provides pany, Ranson, George Mullen. ~more than double the amount of Charles Town Photo and Gift space which was available in the Shoppe. Tim Sinn (absent). old banking quarters. In his opening remarks Steely Expanded Quarters The expanded quarters provid- es a much larger lobby for custom er conveniences; there is a large and spacious directors room lo- cated just in the rear of the lob- by; there is a modernly equipped office adjoining the lobby which Cashier Slier utilizes as a confer. ence area for providing full pri- vacy and comfort for customers; there is a large and more roomy line of teller windows, With space available for six tellers to be working at the same time. A new and larger steel vault of the latest type and make has been installed on the first floor just a short distance from the bank lob by and conveniently located for those who have safety deposit box es at .the bank. Then of course al so on the first floor is the drive. in window facilities located on the north side of the bank and with easy access by automobile from a large parking lot and drive way. Also on the first floor are mod- ern rest rooms for the bank per- sonnel and customers. Although some of the book- keeping chores are still handled on the first floor, for the most part the bank's bookkeeping de- partment has been located in a modern and well-lighted depart- ment on the second floor. Also on the second floor is a huge steel vault, similiar to the one located ning at 10 a. m. it was announced the county's~ economy in the form on the ground floor. Thls vault is this week by Mrs. W. A. Lehman of employee pay. And within the used for the storage of bank-rec. zone chairman, next two years we hope to be able ] ords of present and past, it was FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL SALE. Zircol RINGS * Sterling Silver or Gold Filled Mountings Gigantic display utmost skill of modern ject them to almost any be amazed. Compare them genuine diatnondsl See if tell the difference. Guarantee covers tarnish ing, loss of stone or loss MEN'S RINGS ....... " LADLES' RINGS ....... BRING THIS Ap WITH plus 10c tax. .1~ DEP'i STORE STORE HOURS: .... 9 to 9 Friday -- 9 to 6 Caroline? Since the seventh grade Elizabeth has been a member of the band as a clarinetist and bass clarinetist. At band camp she is a platoon leader. She is president of the Happy.Workers 4-H Club and earned her 4-H pin. Last sum meT she was chosen as one of the four delegates frmn Jefferson County to attend the state Con- servation Camp. A member of the Mrs. Leeds Rielv was in Wash ........... ing Machine; Palmer Boyd, an Ranson; Ira Piper, in-W- "hur~d~- '" .......... , rang, l~earneysvme; ann a uau- ice chest as second prize; Donna Paint Pan ansi R. u.. ~ ay w.ere ~.~ was ghter, l~athy t;orenia, was born From Page 1-- A a ..... at *~.~ ' ....... ;.----~ ,. ............ Faye Johnson, a GE steam and man, Ranson. m.~';~~_ .... ~y ,,~',~'~'-,,*, ,~o Mr. ann ~ars. uonaia ~. ~tlpp were awarded, all uncontested. U/~,,~zast at txm ~neraton_rarK ~rownsville, Md. James Winston was awarded a di- stated tion of what to do ~otel ~n honor oz Mrs. oonn ~'. i Surgical patients admitted to vorce from Louise S Winston " ' " ~ v, enneay, the hospital were'. Mr. Herbert L. William H. Harr'~s was'awarded ,,: The entire quarters are air-con itual panhandlers ana:~ Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley" Custer i Fellers, Mr. Alvin M. Ennis, Mrs. divorce from Sarah l~. T4arri ditioned well lighted and the the downtown section and daughter Beverly, Jefferson Dessie M Tharpe, City; Little Mil Grace ................... ' ' Cl~ ... I . Van Reenan was awarded a floor of the bank lobby is covered Town and at the con ~e(~r~7 apnd Mrs. Page Custer via !lard L. Eagle, Harpers Ferry; divorce from Robert G. Van Reen with a heavy orlon carpet .of a ed to make inqi~iry . ge ~uster ~unaay woo t~ s. uoromy J~; Lmman, Mrs. an. Evelyn Campbell was granted dark bro--n color --'hi-h ~'le''~ Virginia Liquor Contr~ ls a pauent at toe t~rooK Lane l~osaiie ~,. weooer, ~runswicl, a divorce from Norman Camnholl w w.u , ,,u~ ion to determine if it Hospital. I~'.Id.; Mr. Joseph L. Felton, Brook tDelores iL Davi-s-w'a's'given'a~'di: w~hthev:apahn:~all~iTheP~Poer possil)le-to-re-gu-iate th~ Dinner guests Sunday with the j lyn, N: If: ........ ' I vorce from Dewey D. Davis. And hoh~,a *ho *,m ...... ~ i. ,h, , quor to these people. i Slushers and Wilson, Rose Hill I raealcal patzents aammea were : Clara L. Dignazio was granted a I 7. ..... ",'~ ~2 ..... ~'~ "': Z:" ~:" - --- -.~. aces an~ rest rooms ann olrect. I Farm, Leetown wre Mr. and Mrs. [Mr. Marion C. Smith, Summit divorce from Ralph J. Dignazio ........... - .... ~ .......... ~ ~11111111111111111111111 ............... ~Point" Mrs Mabel V Moor~ "~"-' " "'~ ~'"" ~ ~ve~eu w~L. Le~t~ . _., ~QOle ~onrer, l~lg 1"OO1, IVlfl, Ivlr I , . . e, ~az- t ............. _ ~ ~- " " ~ [lie oz COlOrS to Dlend in wltn tne . and Mrs. Ed Bohrer, Martmsburg Ipers Ferry, Mrs. Bertha B. Kenny ~ DI.J.,.L~.. D...I. 1 ........................... ~Lr. ............... [Har"ers Fer-'" Mr Marshall A ' DIOKCICV D'ram ~ ~Xltll'e COIOF SCII~III{2 O][ me oanK .~ ~,~ ~r,~,,,-q Mr. anti Mrs. M. 1t. WIlSOn, Jr. 1~ xy, . . ~ j uaan / " ,,,,~, -~ ,,, ,..~ MrghE:r Mu~;nm~s. y wide survey/ , _ to,at, wo,,? nesa~ ~l~nh:ndjMr'aa~d t~r~F]~,ed~tyk'M~I:s' Mr: !taen afCOvUrnat Civic, Service , - coo,. Gall of Leetown Also visiting] othyE. Hamilton, Bolivar; Mr. " " g ble sentiment . 50 Singl them Monday was Mr and Mrs I Donald L. Edwards, Ranson; Mr. for such a bank, Mr. Funkhouser, man ~.eor-o /171iokor~ M,11on for ~ $Ul~er Kern T~ MISS ELIZABETH WYSONG [Eugene Jackson of Martinsburz "1 MISS HELEN EDMONDS Donald G. Strailman Brunswick, Mr. Mullen, J. Errol Ward and hi~ 10"~. a~l ~m~'i~i"~/oe"e,"~:"--'.:::- = $5 59 Gal,? t La.~t Sundav Mr and Mr~ l-l~w ] Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Garner Ed-, Md., Mr. Harry Cain, City; Mrs. ; l~arvln M. Henesy began a sin- the hast vear in th~ intoro~* ~a -- Outside Wh~ [ Tl~e GordiJn Eismon Chapter of - "" . . . . ...............................= ~Edna L Kern HaT ers Fer cere ana aetermmed drwe for a the National Honor Society of ard shreck visited their aunt-Yi~rs moods of 7.19 Academy Circle, .. .~_. .. ,.. ~ ....ry;~ c(.i .............. ~^ ; purc;hase of the assets of the Peg _-- ~$4.95 601.') Charles Town Senior High School I F:ns~ieJa~ieY;tPla.t~ehn:/:itmh;rHa [ ~ag:nes~e~fV?l~ann2:un;l~tetheI~in1 ~l:Sson~ff~tans~n~l~re~. ~i~/r:y ~nr~l~P [ share:~rcl~p~~lst:~k ~wnhec2~Uas ~SrlWa~e:w2e:v~e~aCmp~:Y(~n ~ ~id~ ~aa~.e~ announces the Citizen of the Mon ICity ~ty ss!;~it$!c~k20!oPewr::atr;eaO:dha~Ss m::p~ ~STmOeW:t.idgt ~ ~ ~n2a~ th for May is a junior, Mary EI-[m [ nsslG:/n r ht:rl2 ,owR h vr.dvLee ,MMairSy W dpp,CkWixlvS l e t izabeth Wysong, daughter of Mr. ~I;e?h::tlieS:aCW:fl~" and son , altiet(~ ofghar t~ and Mrs. Forrest B. Wysong ofBrucevisited Mr. and Mrs. BeT- [HaM~sydm~dSs~:olg.r~/ua~f. ~,e_ e_ ~ I$~,000 is paid indsuthrpl:emaznlng that.Mullen had not only initiat: .~ *4 Gal. or M~l Route 1, Charles Town. I keley Custer 3efferson Terrace [ter antl'recelvecl her B' A dee, rye uixie-~arco ! By the Spring of 1949 the stock ' e,a me move, out nan oeen one o, _------,. ,,, ~, i toe most active memoers o~ toe-- on Monday evenln had -- An outstanding academic stu. g" Ifrom Mary Washington College, " I been sold and the bank was st)eclat committee which worl~oa _-- I~)Wl~ dent, she has maintained a strai- Visiting Mrs. Frank Gardner [Fredericksburg, Virzinia Since FROM PAGE 1 (opened in the Washington Shop~'~a ~na ],,~, * .... ,~,~ :(.:.~.'~ ~ ---- ~'~,,,,,~ ,,;.,',;,~ ght "A" average in her classwork St. Margaret s Building on Sun- Iher graduation she has been a The F. Dean Nmhols law office ping Center on Third Avenue in Carried throu~,h to a sucoo~,,~ -- Charles Town --- j " l:n o ....... m since the eighth grade. While a day was Mrs. Charles Langdon t teacher m the Winchester school Charles Town, Nichols. .~ e room adjoining the Ranson comnletion --Open 'Til 9 ~,J. Oth** .... b~ r mm freshman she attended the first and son Charles of near town. Jsystem, teaching two years at Hart Henry L. Mills Servme Statmn, ostoffme, Council also dio,,~on *h ...... *********************** Kiwanis banquet for outstanding The Knott Rest Home was the ]dley elementary and tw6 years at Ranson, Mills. ha~n showed tea tne paStsl2 years thi~ bank ~__ ~ .......... "*""~" : ................... . dy rowth and members of her class. Last year destination of a large crowd of I the Quarles school. Minnesota Mining and Manufac- . . . . g ; ~'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'.~'.~'~'.~.~.~'.,~'.~.~~~ progress Ana w=th the new and Elizabeth was selected as one of people coming to visit their mo- [ Miss Edmonds is the granddau- turing Company, Middleway, Bill . " ..... , ~'u~ T~uetir , ~Pem,~.s~J larger quarters ~ not om now is nine students by the faculty to thers and friends on Saturday and I ghter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. ' ., Y " iUWNr HIIIIM" Kr /AIIKAp .... m a position to rovide ev n , ......... .=n...~- become a member of the Gordon Sunday. [Charles William Rltter of Win- Turf MoIel, Cha.rles Town, Char . . P e bet- la --- ..... ter anu more com lete bankln ~ HARPERS FERR W VA. Eismon Chapter of the National ~, ...~ a,.~ m.a ~^.,.~ ...~ Ichester and of Mrs Stuart Hobbs les Marcus P ' g ~ - ~, ~.... =,,~, ~,,,~. x,,,, ,-~,,,~ .urn " service to thepubhc," but Is" the o -- Honor Society. dau-hter Jean vi~it-a hie h,-, IEdmonds of Head O'Bay Farms, Shannondale, Inc., in nearby . , - i~ lr TTXTr~T~ A~.Tr*, ~,~,,,,,~ ~ o ...... na first oank in the count to offer I ~ ~n .~u u-~,~r,~ ~r~vr~t~ u , In addition, she is very active therin ~aw ana o;,.*-- a,. ....~ ]Clements, Md., formerly of Win- Blue Ridge Mountains, Mr and Y t~ , in many club and organizations in Mrs Jo;rMilto~l o~'near 'town"'u [chester and the late Mr. Ed Mrs. C. M. Johnson. fd?:Va~sm banking service, bank of 8 10:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M. the school and the community. ~gh~er/m~SRissler is the son. of Mr. IT aCbhea~t~: ~h? oPoPnli~iu:~!~ i's~t She is presently serving as Vice ofM~is: B:~e;Ys Cl~:~re'leda EJner~r~pShM]~s~c:::ei 1 J ~h:e~a~Cet t~ SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET .... : Presidont of the Student Council ..... " ... ' .... ~anu ~ars. t~rown b. ttissler of, Jefferson Tobacco Company, g" dd'tional custom ~ .. An active participant in Thespian oe~.~erson ~errace spent me week ]Charles Town, W Va He is the I Ranson Charles Conrad er conveniences the bank has add ~ FRESH SEA FOOD EVERY FRIDAY 1~, Troupe 993, she is president of enn~ l~nti~erre,gri~?gPal~en~ a /grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs.[ Dixie Land Kitchen,, Rippon. edsince it was.f!rst.opened. ~ ][ OPEN DAILY 9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P' the group and has directed The - --" _ =~. ........ /Thomas L Rissler of Jefferson lMrs. Helen White xn space WhiCh me oanK now X Farmer's Daughter, and has been :~smn'v~sr~;2~wi~hrth~narms we ]County ancl Mr, and Mrs. Robert [ Walt's Place, "Shepherdst6wn. and which was formerly t~ TELEPHONE 3351 UltlllZeQ as a super market, has a cast member of Mama's Getting " E. Hockensmith of Frederick ,Walter Whittington. ,. " Married and Who Killed Aunt Mr. Shirley Knott Alger of Bal County, Md He is a graduate of~ Charles Town Properties, Inc, oeen completely remodeled and