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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAm Eas ADVOCATE WEATHER AND OTHER CHESTNUT HIL, NEWS IT.S By Mrs. Georgia Pearl e week ago this Monday tour Met With Accident a wonderful morning Clear Little Andy Lee Seal son of Mr. and temperature 40 in tour and Mrs. Andy Seal met with an and in afternoon 72 and a accident Saturday which could of erful night to rest. Tuesday been fatal while at Opequon Ran ing rain and a wonderful ch Saturday. Little Andy Lee a- all day and a clearing in long with the other little folks ' morning, temperature 46 de having lots of fun at the swings ; and wonderful autumn day and sliding boards in some way Thursday morning quite a Andy. Lee came too close to the garmer.but another touch of. swing and was hit in the face ran. Friday temperature rls just missing his eye and cut a tb 86". Saturday morning 69 gash which required several stit late in day high humidity chs and as it happened so a nur- temperature 97 wonderful se was at this ranch and stopped ~zd stirring cooling the air for the bleeding and came on to Char stful night. Sunday high hum lea Town to their family physic- and temperature climbing tan and closed the gash. He is 3" at 3 p. m. and unusual coming along very nicely this mor 5, t~affic on Rt. 9. ning but his face still swollen, Afiniversary some. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Seal Mr.-Mrs. Pearl parents of Andy Lee and the arid Mrs G C Pearl cele- other two children Cassy and Ed d their fifty fourth weddin~ die along with Mr. and Mrs. Run -- "~ " 0 ersai~Sun at their homenm Garza had mot red to Opeq a f~w close relatives were uon Ranch for a picnic and of nt which wre Mrs. Pearlscourse this accident spoiled the er add sister-in-law Mr. and day. .~ ~ .. John Love of Charles Town Visitors ~rom ~mr, aa nelbhew and his wife Mr.Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl receiv- Mrs. Richard Stettler of Bow ed a great surprise Saturday mor Green, Florida and Mr. Pearl ning when the latters nephew and htisband Mr. and Mrs. and wife from Bowling Green, Gart-ett. A full course of s0t~hern fried chicken biscuits, salads and a variety ~ahd for dessert fruit topped With whipped cream cake. It was a day well It had been four years sin- *the' nephew i~d wife Mr. and Steller from Florida had in their home; time went by rapidly, slides of different of the United States where Stell~rs had. traveled were Every picture was beauti and just seemed as though were right at the place where :urea Were taken. The yellow le National Park JUst great. I er had the least idea how bea iul our great and ~vonderful Lted States was,anff, to know Igeorgeous scenery came right ) our home and'later, in the ning pictures were taken of family. Mr. Pearl and myself byed the day very much and ~e very tha/lkful ahd greatful know ~at We havei been able ~njoY. ~ese most precious fir: tour;~:'Years with never a word reg~t. So many of the loved ,S of' each family have passed tnd here we are we trust for ~ great purpose in life for avid kindness and a helping 1 to some One it isn't money counts. It is true friendship love for our fellow man. William Dailey of Charles and I were Saturday guests with the formers Florida walked in and were more surprised when the nephew told them they were at their home Friday night about 11:30 p. m. They called for aunt Georgia but no" response and wrapped at the door thinking perhaps they were gone but aunt Georgia was awake and thought best to keep quiet which she did so the folks want ed to get just a glimpse of Har- )era Ferry as they had never been there but had heard of Hill Top Hotel and sure enough were at last spending the night there and visiting around, then came on to aunt Georgia's. Their visit was short but a wonderful visit it was and joining in with this anniversary on Sunday evening it was good bye as Mrs. Stetter went by train from Harpers Fer- ry to Richmond, Indiana to visit her~ relatives~ and Mr. Stettler drove on to' the Carolinas where he.is inspector of the pickles as its the season preparing them for tnarket from there he will go to Texas ,then to Indiana to visit with relatives and he and his wife. will then go back to Florida. Hicila en Party On 5th Birthday Little Michael Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Martin, was honored with a birthday party on his 5th birthday, Sunday, Sept. Delegates attending the conven tion of Eastern District West Vir- ginia Federation of Women's Clubs Saturday, Sept. 23 in Moore field reported a most stimulating and worthwhile Convention. Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Eastern Dis trict President called the convert tion to order and a very inter- esting and impressive program followed. Many outstanding worn en in the Fede'ration's program of work made comments or spoke on procedures. The principal speaker was Mrs. John F. McCuskey, President of West Virginia Federation of Wo men's Clubs. Her subject "Shar- ing in the Future of Our Com- munities, Our State, Nation and World" stressing we can demand certain needs from our legislat- ure for the betterment of our community be strong in the or- ganization and succeed. Mrs. John Scott, first vice president of West Virginia Federation of Wo- men's Clubs spoke on "You and Your Federation", her highlights were: It is you and your organizr ation which makes wheels turn. Miss Topsy O'Dell gave needed information about the West Vir- ginia projects for this club year and the federation's projects, she being the project chairman. Mrs, Fred Hurt, second vice said Matthew S. McLaughlin, I Then they diseu~ed enterin~ the The club decided to dry leaves l~ ord Division general sales man- l yearbook of the club in the state and make charts about them and ;_~.ager'~_~__~_..^___~ ,.._..~'is a credit to the fine sty ]contest for garden clubs year- later use them in arrangements ~ ~a~ax~e~i'an~i'~asea~.o~Ste~ [books. Mrs. Huyette and Mrs. Cain P" P t I Mrs Huyette gave an interest, served refreshments of punch and us to add another series, the Gal l in- on leav-s and "rees - akes "e ~ ' O " ~ 1~ vii t~ t ~ . ]axl 500 t the hne for 1962. ]the church, l' ' ..... ...... ....... ..... .............. ..... president of Eastern District, was / "The Galaxie and Galaxie '500' I Th~ Prayer Service i~ Wednes- [ in charge of the president's re-[are low price, luxury automobiles I day at 7i30 P--~I On-ThursdaY] ! .......................... ~ ........................ ] ports from all the clubs in the dis l a segment of the market which lthe annual meetin~ of the Shen-I [ :;~: : :" .... ~ [ trict. Fine reports were made giv/has demonstrated strong consum- [ andoah Baptlst Associatmn will I | ~ ~ ' [ ing in detail the services render-ler mr, crest in the last . three[be at the Charles Town Baptist] | ~-~ ....... % ........ ~ ~_ | ed by the Woman's Clubs, such l years' vlr. McLaughhn said. [Church, with morning, afternoon[ I ~i~:~~~ | as sponsoring health drive, Well t In its first year, the Galaxie as and evening sessions, the opening | [ ~ :'::'::;"~i ..... : [ Baby Clinics, sending of students [ a single series in the Ford line of I one being at 10 00 A.M. | | ....... : ~ ~,~< ..... ~!~:!~ < | to leadership camps, retarded ..... : ....... : ~ [standard cars accounted for more ! ~ [ [ .......... .... ::/ ~ I and underprivileged children to/than eight percent of the total/FERRY METHODISTS [ | ~ ' | camps, library work, beautifica-/industry sales. More than 464,0001TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE [ | | tion of communities, art and [Galaxies were sold in the 1959[ ~ - ! L____ ..................... _l citizensWrk frOmof communities.Yuth to the senior ]model year. [ Plans have been completed by [ __ ,~~~:. ~,.~ I The new Ford Galaxies, new I the Harpers Ferry Methodist[ ~' ~ .~ Mrs. George L. Fearnow, presi'/Fords and new Ford trucks are[Church to hold a rummage sale I -" : ...... . ~ ~X~ dent of the Berkeley Springs ]all now on display at Jefferson lall day on October 6 and 7 in the ] ' ~ / ~ ,~~~ Club and chairman of the nomin- [County Motors, Inc., East Liberty [storeroom formerly occupied by ] -]_ ~. " ........