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2O GIRL SCOUT CLOWN Girl Scout Junior troop 415 rec~tly underwent a leadership change when leader Miranda Yates announced that she would be relocating in Penn- sylvania in order to be clcRr to her new job. The month of January began with recognizing the troop, which now con- SISts Of 14 girls: Denise Brown, Missy Clem, Stacie Ford, Nicole HoLland, Kim Hubbard, Amy Jchmton, Felicia Lowery, Bethany Meahier, Angela Randdph, Deanna Richard, Elizabeth Secifler, Kim Sisk, Cathy Jo Van Pelt, Chanel Willingham, new leader Carolyn Van]Pelt and assistant leader Pat Wlllingham. The month of February camdsted of working on Valentines Day craft and a visit to our adopted Grandmother at KnoWs Nursing Home. The girls mter tained Grandma with various scout songs and presented her with Valen- tine's Day cards and crafts. on March 8, the tronp pm Icipated in Girl Scout Sunday by attending set- vicm at the ~ Town Pre~rlan Church along with Cadat/Sen r Troop 438 and Brownie Troop 418. Troop 415 also had a cookie booth to help wind up their cookie sales, with which they had been busy since Jmmtry. girls spat several meetings preparing posters to advertise our Girl Scont Fair held March 12 at the Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. Furore pinto includa: guest qmkers to demonstrate various forms Of first aid and treatment Of btwus and scalds. Troop 415 meets each Thursday evening t the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, from 8:30 until 8 p.m. Any girls in grades 4-6 interestad in joining should contact Carolyn VanPelt, 725-8097 or Pat Willingham 725-5942. Brownie Troop r ently di ayed projects for the "World Of Paopk." girls made bedside litter hags for the display and then afterwards the hags were taken to Knotts Nursing Home. They also made bead necklaces as an Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Peston were Sun- day gu~ts of Mr. and Mrs. Rchert Col- PUBLIC NOTICES bert in Bluemont, V . Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus we~ FIDUCIARY NOTICE among the 100 guests attending the sur- I have in my hands for final setUe- prise birthday party held at Isa k ment the accounts of Limin C. Carter, Walton in Winchester, Va at mid-day s Adminlstr trlx of the estate of Sunday for Garland McFillen in honor Calv~ Reed Carter, daeeused. of his 75th birthday. The party was T.W.aTEPTOE given by his daughters and families, Fidud ry Commissioner Mrs. Ruth Bellof ~ter, Va Mrs. 5-19-2p / Jeffenme Cmmty, W.Va. Al/ce Fay Athey of Charles Town and Mrs. Wand Lee McDonald Of Summit NOTICE " Point. I have before me the accounts of the Jean and Johnny Gorden and family Estates of the following deceased of White Post, Va and Mrs. Ethel persons: Jenkins were Sunday guests of Mr. and Estate of Znck Fleming Frltts Mrs. Don Combs and daughter. Estate of Edith S. Mercer Mrs. Glenn Randolph off Saegertown, Estate of Marvin E. Thomas, Sr. Pa 1~. JacqtMine Randolph andEstate of Lester Franklin Nick daughter Barbara Ann of Woodbridge, Estate of Lestor G. Johnson Va Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards Estate of Robert E. Huddleston Gardner and son, Chnckie and Mr. and Estate of Laura Lee Russ Mrs. Jay Kearns were Sunday guests Estate of Ann lamise Hofn gei Of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Estate of Susan W. Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Garland I. Pope and Estate of George W. Murr y grandson, Jacon Pope of Berryville, Estate of Maenm M. Williams Va and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Estate ofH rinnO. J mes Nicodemus were Sunday night guests Estate of Clarence R. Goode Off Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and fami- Estate of Marsh B Jenkins ly in Boyce, Va. Estate of Z chariah T. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kesfler visited Estate of June Ellz beth Pollock Saturday May 2I with Mr. and Mrs. Estate of Eleanor M. Gibbons Guy Bess, former neighbors from Mid- Estate of Jomeph C. Andrews dle River, Baltimore County, t Bess's Estate of Benj mln Franklin Hardy summer cabin in Sleepy Hollow in Estate of Henry C. Alinutt Morgan County. All had an enjoyable Estate of Justin E. Thompson daY. Estate of Emma J. Roper Roger Lee Nicodemus celebrated his Estate of Edith F. Huffman birthday on May 28. Any person having a claim against Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemuys the Estate of the said deceased person were recently guests of Mrs. Ruth or pe~. ~s, or who has any beneficial Moreland in Middleway. interest in, may appear before me or Omgratulations to Mr. and Mrs. the County Commission t any time Garland Elliott of Clearbrouk, Va who within thirty days after first publicatian, were lumored on their 25th ~ an- of this notice, and request reference ef nivetlmry given to them, by their son, said Estate or object to confwrnation Of Lee Elliott. Seventy-five guests attend- the said accounting. In the absence of ed an anniversary buffet t the Lee such request or objection, the accoun- J clumn Restaurant. Entertainment ting may be approved by the County was by the Clarke County populaires. Commission. The cattle w~e married April 5, IB Given under my hand this 23rd day by theRev. David Frazier.'Mrs. Eliott of May, 1963. is the former Doris Do~. Mr. Elliott John E. Ott is thesonof IAIther Elliott andlate Mrs. Clerk of the Comity Commission Eliiott, former residents of Rippon. s-m.t of Jefferson County, WV ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Demofltl~ and 81re Cinm~e of One Trash Dump Ray's Addltl~ The Homing Authori- ty is accepting sealed bids for the demolition and site clearance of one trash dump. Bid openings are scheduled for 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 9th, 1983, in the Offices Of the Homing Authority. For addttimml inforn tion and a copy of the agreement and specifica- tions, call 87S-,or at the Office, after 12:00 p.m. May ~Tth. 5-26-1 FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands hr final settle- meat the accounts of indian Craft. Pollsh dJ~,oratl-mm, call- Bank of Charles Town, Ad. ed Wycirmnki, were made from paper ~t~, .t. . Off the estate of Lloyd cut-outs. A tape recording was made with each girl in the troop explaining :why they enjoy Scouting. The leader is ' Gail Dalgarn, Brownie Troop 620 took part in the Girl Scout Fair on March 12, at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. The troop made a display table using the theme "The World Of Today." It consisted Of things that Brownies of to- day do. They displayed a Brownie uniform, made signs of badge work available to the Brown/ca, and showed objects around the house that Brownies use every day. There was also a craft table where springtime wreetl and collage type plaques made with spaghetti and diffor~t types of beaus, which the girls in the trcop made, were sold Heather Roush, Missy Zombro and Jamie Cashell were our Scouts who worked very hard at the fair and with clean-up after it was over. The leader is Pat Roush. t~rttt~t~t~ttt~r RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 ***************** Donn Jill Sowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thonms B. Sowers, Jr received her diploma Of Bachelor of Science from Shepherd College Satur- day May 21. A time to remember some- one held dear. A memorial gift to the American Cancer Society supports programs of re- search, education and ser- vice to cancer patienLs, These programs are dedi- cated to wiping out cancer in your lifetime. Send your gift of life. tv AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Contribution enclosed : $ In honor of (Send Acknowledgement to) (Address) (Your Name) (Your Address) W. Riley. s-m.zp deceased. T.W.aTEPTOE Fiduciary Commissieoer Jefferson C~nty, W.Va. NOTICE The City of Charles Town is re- quoting bids on its insurance coverage for three fiscal years beginning July I, 19e3 through June 30, 1906. Interested parties may obtain necessary informa- tion to bid from J. Robet. Cain, City Manager, at City Hall, 101 East Washington Street. Sealed bids must be received at City Hall by Monday, June 27, 19e3 on later than 3:30 P.M. s-~] COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Bank Of Charles Town, Committee for Myrtle O. Hayes, Incompetent. Bank of Charles Town, Committee for Frederick G. Bucholz, Incom- petent. Bank of Charles Town, Committee for Mabel M. Long, Incompetent. Bank of Charles Town, Ad- ~trator d.b.n, of the Estate Of Charles H. Wilt, ~. Given under my hand this 12th day of May, 1983. MICHAEL D. THOMPSON Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, W. Va. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Wide River Farms Property Owners Asso RD I, Box 436, Harpers Ferry, WV ~t~ Plaintiff V. Willl m & M ry G. W lter, C4 l~e ~" = ZlS Read#Parachute, Colorado 81625 Defendant Civil Action No. 8&C-311 The objoet Of the above entitled ac- tion is to recover road maintenance fees from 1977 thru 1963 for lots 61 & 62 @ $15.00 lot, per year, located in Wide River Farms, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Total fees due $180.00 #us all court omts, And it appearing by an affidavit fil- ed in this action that the above defon- dam are non reaidonts Of the State of West Virginia it is ordered that defen- dants do serve upon E. W. Day, magistrate, whose address is County. Bld,Charles Town, WV, an answer or other d~enae to the complaint filed in this action on or before June 11, 1983, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against defendants at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court May 4, 1983. DORIS R. WHITING SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY. M~Y 26~ 1983 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY The Sheriff Off Jefferson County, West Virginia, gives notice that he will sell the following personal property previously levied upon in Civil Action number 81-C-M0, Francis Morgan vs. Walter K. Kuhn, in the Magistrate Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, being a Richardson Mobile Home 147BK27885, the property of the said Walter K. Kuhn, defendant therein, which sale is to be held at the Sheriff's Department, in Jefferson County, West Virginia on Friday, the 3rd day of June, 1983, at I0:00 a.m. or as soon. thereafter as may be conve-. 'nient an~ possible. DONALD R. GIARDINA Sheriff of Jefferson County West Vlrgemia NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL CREDITORS OF BERTIE NOKES, DECEASED, INCLUDING THOSE HOLDING LIENS BY JUDG- MENT OR OTHERWISE ON HER REAL ESTATE, OR ANY PART THEREOF In pursuance of a decree of the Cir- cuit Court, of the County of Jefferson, made in a cause therein pending, to subject the real estate of the said Ber- ti Nokes to the payment Off her debts, including those which are liens on such real estate, or any part off it, you are hereby ~red to present your claims to the undersigned for adjudication, at my office at 110-112 South George Street, Charles Town, Jefferson Coun- ty, West Virginia, 25414, on or before the 30th day of June, 19e3; ~, you may by law be excluded from all benefit of such real estate. Given under my hand this llth day of May, 1983. WILLIAM H. MARTIN s.tt.z COMMI881ONER NOTICE 1'O CREDrlDR~ To the Creditors and of the estate of JACOB C. CARTER An pemmm having cktnm against the estate of the said Jacob C. Carter, ~, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucl r ther legally v dled, to the undendgned athis office at 104 West Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or l~ore the 19th day of July, IM3, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All ~ries of said estate may appear on or mid day to ex- amine said claims and otberwi pro- tect their inteream. Givm under my hand this l~h day of May, IreS. THOMAS W. STEPTOE l lucinW Comm iouer 5-19- p Jeffermm County, W.Va. Magistrate Court Clerk NOTICE Nottee is hm.eby gtvun thst the under. signed, Gl m W. Ramey, a resident et c nty, wm and a citizen of the United States of America, wh e o 'pati is Ass/st- ant Director of Security and a Sectwi- ty Guard in Clmr~ Town, J~orma County, VirSim, in um mqdoy of tlm slmmndo corpommm, charlm Town Turf Club, Inc will, on Mundsy, June 13, 1983, at 9:~0 A.M apply to the Circuit C0urt of Jel~ Count, West Virginia, for a state liceme to carry a revMver or other weapon in JeH mm County, Virgln,and ot r emmt/ as In the dlsereti M the Omrt hall be datamdm l, as aulherlz. ed ,-d mdar tt, provi- skis of Clmpter el, Art/ lo 7, Seetien 2 of lira Code of West Virgtnit, lml, as ammda GLENN W. RAMET ny. c0m l FIDUCIARY NOTICE i certify that I have before me for set- tlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Edith M Hustler, Executrix of Churles W. Hostler, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Guardian of Mark Howard Kn~insky, infunL Bank of Charles Town, Guardian of William Krupinsky, Jr, infant. Bank of Charles Te~n, Committee of Mildred F. Moler. ~ Bank of Charles T~, Ad- mlnlstrator of Dullle A. Painter, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Commlttee of C, ordon Patter o . Bank of Charles Town, Guardlau of Regina Lynn Simous, infant. Bank of Charles Town, Executor of Jessie E. Eackies, d~-'eased. Francis G. Ser.hrlst, C~mlttee for Adah G. Sechrist. Given under my hand this 13th day Off May, 1983. P.T.PORTERFIELD, JR. FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER 5-19-2 JEFFERSON COUNTY ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA MARY ~USAN LASHLEY Plaintiff V. SAMUEL C. LASHLEY Defendant Civil Action No. 83-C-177 The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. To the Above Named ~amt: SAMUEL C. LAaEILEY It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that the Defendant, Samuel C. Lashley, is a am-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that the said Samuel C. Lashley serve upon Robert D. Aitcheaon, Plaintiff's attmmey, whose address is P.O. Box 750, ~0~ N. George Street, Charles Town, WV 25414, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or befere June 21st, 1M3. If you fail to do su, ~ judg- ment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken agaim|t yon for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be ob- tainnd from the undersigned Clerk at her affice. Entered by the Clerk of said Court May 17, I~. ROSA W. LYNCH CLERK OF COURT By Judy L. S ush,W.puty ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA NORMA ANNETTE LANDRY Pl intiff V. JOHN FRANCIS LANDRY Defendant Civil Action No. ~-C-170 1. (The object of this suit is to ob- tain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: It appearing by affidavit fried in this action that John Francis Landry is a non-resident of the State Of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that John Francis Landry serve upon Norton Annette Landry, Plaintiff, whose address is 10I Evitts Drive, Ranson, W. Va. 25438, an ans-,~er, in- cluding any related counter claim or defense you may have to the com- plaint filed in this action on or before June 20th, 1983. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be ob- tained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court May II, 1983. ROSA W. LYNCH Clerk of Court By JUDY L. SLUSHER Deputy ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN M CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA Dm id R. Glmrdina, Shmqff of Jefferson Cous~y, Adminbtrator de bonis non of the estates of Go~ge ~ B gent, deceased sad Bertha Ellen Bogent, ~,eent~l AeUou No. ~-C.180 VS. Ann Margaret Niehoisou L wrenee Lake Brenda J. Lake Peaty Miey Troy Servk Sherry B gent Beryls The object of the above entitled ac- Zion ls to obtain a decree frmn the Court to sell real estate of Ges e Wilson Ba gent, deceased and Bertha Ellen Bagant, deceesed. And it appeadnk by an affidavit fli- ed in this aetim that Ann Margaret Lawrence Lake, Brenda J. Lal~, Penny Ann Lockley, Tony Servia, Sherry Ragsnt Semis are nm-re dont M West Virginia, it ls ordered that each of them do serve upon Braun Homstesd, Prosecuting Attorney of Jefferson County, plaintiff's attorney, whose address is County Building, Chari~ Town, W.Va. 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed~ in this acti~ on or More June ~h, 1983, a4herwlse judgment by default will be takm against them at any time thereafl~. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Ended by M Of eaid May l~h, M. TRUSTEE SALE LEGAL NOTICE Default having been made on OF STATE payments of a Note sem~d by aTbe StateefWest Virginia Security Agreement dated Sept. 18, ing Division willaccept 1~2, on a 1978 Oldsmobile Set-. No. til I:3OPM; 6-8-83 on File ~F.57K~, said Collateral having Shepherd College on Reqn. been r~, I will sell the samefor: Commercial laundry at Public Auction to the highest bidder No bid on June 3, 1983 at 10:00 AM. Location mired on forms prescribed of said sale will be at Peoples Bank of available from the Charles Town parking lot. Terms will siou, Department of Fin ace be cash. I reserve the right to accept ministration, Room E-10S or reject any or all bids. Building, Charleston, West Roger J. Perry, Tnastee GLENN R. Penpl~ Rmak of Charles Town s-x-z Secured Party NOTICE OF OF VALUABLE REAL NOTICE OF TRUaTEE'8 SALE OF By virtue of the authority VALUABLE REAL EffrATE me b By virtue of the authority vested in 6th day of October, 1978, me by a Deed of Trust bearing date the Paul Milburn Jr. and 27th day of November, 1981, executed Milburn to the by Jerry D. Hi//and Dorothy Hill, bus- W. Metz, Trustee, to band and wife, to the undersigned, meat of that certain Peter L. Chakmaklan, Trustee, to therein described, secure tbe payment of that certain pro- rice Off the Clerk Off the County ( misma7 note therein described, record- sion Off Jefferson Cotmty, West ed in tbe ~ of the Clerk off the Cotm- in Deed Book 447, page 115, i ty Commission of Jeffers~ County, note now being due and West Virginia, in Deed Book 493 t default having been made in! page 42]; the said note now being due meat thereof and payable, and default having been made in the payment thereof, the unde igned, having been required to so by the holder of said nnte, will offer for sale, at public auctimL to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson Cmmty, West Virginia, on the 10th day Off June, !~3, at 10:00 o'clock A.M the following described property: All ~at certain pro'eel of real estate, together with the Improvements theresm, situate in the Harpers Ferry D4striet in the County of JeHersea, and State of West VIrg~la, and being all of Lot #1, Harper Homesteads, eontainlng 32,$97 ~luare feet, us the same k beaded ud described in pint mede by Jehn Kaner, dated June 24, IY/O, and reenrdod in the offke of the Clerk of tire Cm, m~y Commlsai~ of Jeffersea Cmmty, West ~, in Plat ~ 1 t page 115, to wlkJeh ~ is nmde for a more partieainr descrfqp~ of add int. Reference k sin made to the plat ~ in said Clerk's Office in Plat Book 1 at page 63. TERMS OF SALE Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) on day of sale, balance to be paid within 3O days. PETER L. CHAKMAKIAN 5-2S-3 Trustee PARCEL NO. 1 aM No. One (1) as the same NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS said plat and more Sealed proposals will be received by de~ribed as foflows: the West Virginia Department ofBEGINNING~ Highways at its office in Charleston, of Lot No. One (1) and West Virgin,Room A-I052, 1900or formerly being Washington Street, East, until I0 AM, Longerbenm and Mum w; June 14, 1983 and said proposals will be westerly direeUon at new publicly opened and read immediate- new lime being ly ~tor for the cm~struction of the ~ of Lot. No. Otto (1) a following project on State Highways: I58.Z feet to the line of *Federal Aid Project F.e34e(ee4) sattthwest with the line, (S311k34~.13Jl) Jeff~Cmmty. 0.44 feet to the line of T1bom~ mile of Charles Town - Ha~ Ferry ~ ~th with Dillow Road ou US 340 (T-runkline) for Hot to corner with Dillow; Laid BRumimms C~crete Skid Reals- with IMllow 314 feet to tant P vem~mt. eormer of Lot No. {)me (I) ~t Proposals will be received from Pre- ppears on said pint; m~ qualified Contractors only. lag In said eustefly d~ All Prowl Gua ranties are LS00.00 mrthwest bumlar3 or 5% Off total bid, whichever is greater. (I) distance of IZ$.8 feet to' "I'nis is a project on which any con- of beginning tractor with a Category "W" Pre- qualification Rating may be eligible to tinily s,~thwest of Lot bid. Riock No. Two (Z) s The West Virginia Department ofdeserlbed. Tb ~Is Highways reserves the right to defer, conveyed, wl~ covenant~ delay or pmtpone ttmm time to time the~at certain date for receiving and publicly proposals for any project designated in rlght.~-w y is described this advertisement, without thedated September 3, 1955, necessity of renewing such advertise- said Clerk's Office in ment. All bidders holding valid bidding page ~A, to whloh propasals will be notified of such defer- for further de~rtpUmt. meat, delay or postpomm~ent and the TERMS OF ,~ date that irop~sa]s wilibe recelvedand One third (113) publicly opened, balance to be paid in two (~) The West Virginia Department off staBments, evidetmed by Highways hereby notifies all bidders purchaser or ~~ that it will affirmatively insure that in date with the da] any contract enteM into pursuant to M~e one (I) or two (2) this advertisement, minority business date, respectively, enterprises will be afforded full oppor- from date at the rate tunity to sulmdt bids in respouse to this turn (8%) per annum, invitation and will not be c~ted annually, secured by a against on the grmmda of race, color, upon the religiun, sex or national origin in con- of fire inmmince sidemtion for an award, upon tbe the on, WEST VIRGINIA ~,the privilege to the DEPARTMENT OF HIGI~AYS chasers of paying all PHILIP A. SHUCET ule or increasing E XECI~--IVE SECRETARY-he may Mire. 5-~z PLANNING MANAGER ,5-19-4 Kenneth W. said note, will offer for anctiou to the highest Town, Jefferson County, Virginia, on Friday, June 17, t I0:00 o'clock A.M.E.D.T. following described parcels estate, and the appurtenances belonging, situate forsou County, West Virginia, particularly dem~bed as PARCEL NO. I: Lot Block No. Two (2) as the same m a plat of the T. J. Leu which plat was made by J. net, SJ.C bearing 1952, attached to and deed from Thomas J. L~ Frank Jackson Mamaw Elizabeth Mumaw, dated of the Conmy County, West Virginia in ~, page 4116, to which plat is made for a same (and which lot is alsOJ the plat of said~ Clerk's Office in Deed Bod~ 4M.) PARCEL NO. 2: That NOTICE SURPLUS EQUIPMENT FOR SALE The City of Charles Town will receive sealed bids for Plymouth car ond a 1970 Oodge !-Ton Power Wagon plow. Bids will be opened at a regular Council meetin 1983 at 7:30 P.M. DST. All bids must be into City Mana! by 5 P.M. June 6th at City Hall. Bids must be sealed ten on outside of envelope. Car & truck to be bid Vehicles can be seen ot City Garage between hours 8:00 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. City has the right to and all bids. NOTICE OF PRELIMINARY PLAT CONFERENCE Phase take notice that a Plmming Omunimkm Staff Omference will be beld on THUP gDAY, Jtme 2, 1983, at son County Planning Commission, Court Home Annex, in the CitY' Town, West Virginia, to review and process the following nary Plat: Name of M of 8uMvk Plat Location Earl G. Walnut Dell, Off Route I? (Flowing Spring Rd.) Wean, Jr. Sectimm A betwe~ the Walnut Grove and andB All persmm and governmental units having an interest in said vision are inviM to attend this meeting. Planning Commission ffle~ sions may be reviewed at any time during normal Imsiness hours. By Order of the Joffersom Cmmty Piaunkg CommBaiem