Lowe's hardware to open Feb. 18 in WestminsterThe new...


February 11, 1993

Lowe's hardware to open Feb. 18 in Westminster

The new Lowe's store will open in Westminster on Feb. 18, according to the company.

The 65,000-square-foot building is off Englar Road and Route 140, near the recently opened Wal-Mart store.

Manager Larry Smith has said that the store will feature a "tool corral" of hand and power tools, a garden center, and how-to boards throughout the store showing the materials and tools needed for various projects and how the project will look from beginning to end.

Mason-Dixon reports net income up 35.1%

Mason-Dixon Bancshares Inc. and its principal subsidiary, Carroll County Bank and Trust Co., have announced that year-end 1992 net income amounted to $5,771,862, an increase of 35.1 percent or $1,500,436 over year-end 1991. On a per-share basis, earnings were $3.94, compared with $2.81 at the end of 1991.

The noninterest income exclusive of securities gains increased by nearly 21 percent. A major contributor to this gain was booking the refinancing of more than $70 million of residential mortgages. Many of these loans are sold to the secondary mortgage market. The gains achieved through these activities resulted in a growth of $456,000, an increase of 147 percent.

Total assets at year-end 1992 were $460.1 million, an increase of $8.6 million (1.9 percent) over-year end 1991. Total deposits held amounted to $370.6 million, an increase of 2.2 percent ($8 million) compared with $362.6 million in 1991. Total loans decreased by 10.9 percent, declining to $200.9 million.

Trinity Book Store leases Cranberry space

Trinity Book Store and Gifts has signed a lease for 1,948 square feet of space at Cranberry Square. The retail store will sell religious books and novelties, including jewelry and crafts.

The lease was negotiated by Cathy Ward, assistant vice president of retail leasing, of Hicks and Rotner Associates Inc.

Owners W. Wilson and Rosemary Lippy formerly had a store at 25 E. Main St.

WMC book store gets new manager

Beverly Eichmuller has been named manager of the Western Maryland College Book Store by the store's operator, Barnes and Noble Bookstores, effective Feb. 1.

Ms. Eichmuller has been associated with the Barnes and Noble chain since 1989. She lives in Cockeysville.

Barnes and Noble assumed management of Western Maryland's on-campus store in the summer of 1992 through a contractual lease arrangement. The New York-based chain remodeled the Decker College Center store and added several new products and services.

The store's assistant manager, Zoe Patton, will continue in her position.

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