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Vo-Tech Students Install Electric Wiring At Entler; H ,onc mmission To Meet Satur y main entrance pa~t and to sub-pa~ts and circuit breakers at several point, within the building The Entter Hotel, built in 1786, was ~ a hotel and owned by the Entler family until about 1920 when it was sold to Shepherd College for use as a dor- mitory andremamed Rumsey Hail The town of Shepherdstown acquired the building in the mid-1970's and authoriz ed the Historic Sbepherdstown Com- mission to restore the building The building is on the Register of Historic Plat~s. One portion of the building is already in use as an art gallery and rn~ing pla~ for civic groups Another s~tion, almost completed. ~ to house a museum Offices for community organizations will be located in the se cond floor. David Williams Inwood, a student of the James Rumsey post-secondary electrician's course, ins lls a wall outlet at the Entler Hotel. WESTRIDGE HILLS Mary P. Myers Dial 725-3633 "The mist and cloud will turn to rain, the rain to mist and cloud again," ac- cording to Longfellow . . . and m~t area residents Some say we've had rain for the past twelve weekends, some have the same feelings Noah did (as he said to his wifeL "Do me a favor. Quit saying, qnto each life some rain must falF!" That phrase was reuttered Saturday as the participants in the 1st annual Westridge Hills Community Yardsale A~ut twenty electricians from the hauled out the tarps and plastic sheets Jam~ Rumsey Vocational TrainingDuring the brief time they "'were open School in H~g~ville have instatl~ for business" there were many much of the el~tric wiring in the customers. It is felt the transactions historic Entler Hotel in Sh~rdstown that take place at a yard sale embrace Worthington and was delighted to see reminds us we should appreciate our area residents. more than money In the act of ~lling mother