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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 9, 1933, Delta, Pennsylvania DELTA VOL LV NO 10 DELTA YORK COUNTY THURSDAY MARCH 9 1933 Locals WHITEFORD World's Day Of Prayer Observed By Delta Churches Odd But True John a student at The World's Day of Prayer was College Carlisle spent the observed in the Chapel by the Slate week-end at his home in Delta Ridge Rehoboth Parke Scarborough a student at terian Delta Methodist and the Delta Pennsylvania State College spent the Baptist Churches with his parents Mr and Mrs John Hammond was leader Mrs C P Scarborough An organ prelude was given by Mrs Mr and Mrs Earl Proctor and Arthur The program pre- and William of pared was given consisting of songs Cardiff were visitors of Mr and Mrs Scripture readings and prayers Bernard McGuigan and Mr and Mis Prayers for foreign countries were offered as Africa Mrs O H Heaps Central Europe Mrs W A Jack Lynch Baltimore Mrs Elizabeth Geiger Delta R D been the guest of Mr and Mrs Harry Mrs Clarence E James of Drumore County Miss Dorothy Williams spent a few days in Havre de Grace with cousin Mra Victor Bevans Mr and Mrs Abel Morris and daughter Romaine Delta R D and Brooks Delta accompanied ilrs Harry R C Robinson to her toome in Chester on Sunday Mrs Marshall T Heaps spent eral days in Baltimore Mr and Mrs Joseph Beard and family of near Delta recent Toric visitors Mrs Elizabeth Stephens returned to her home in after iting her friend Mrs Charles Fulton Delta R D Mrs Mary Dooley will move to in the near future Mrs Clarence Wiley is Improved after being ill from grip Mr and Mrs Griffith Griffith re- cently entertained Mrs Ellen Bearse ust Drexel Hill Mrs Elizabeth and Miss Blodwin Stephens of William Proctor a student at Thompson's Business School York his parents Mr and Mrs Barl proctor Cardiff Mrs John C Williams and son few Jays in delphia Raymond Morris visHed his Mrs C W Sidwell Mrs Ellen Ann Roberts of visited Mrs T A J Davies in Saturday and Sunday The Ladies of Rehoboth Church a very successful bake sale in the O C Jones building on Saturday Rev Clarence Ramsay occupied the pulpit at Presbyterian Church on Sunday in absence of the pastor Rev B W Jones who was ill Mrs Margaret McCallister who been sick is improved Mr and Mrs William Hughes Mrs Annie Hughes and Miss Nellie Hughes of Wilmington spent Sunday v ith Mrs T A J Davies and Robert spent Saturday in ington and attended the tion Miss Sallie FUnchbaugh of Red Lion was a week-end eriest of Mrs Flizabeth Mrs Roy Lowe and son Richard of spent a few days vith her cousin Mrs Chester Streett Delta Mrs Nannie Wicks was guest of The Temple Workers of Rehoboth Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs William M Williams Cardiff or Wednesday afternoon March 8 A business meeting was held and new officers were elected as President Mrs Hugh R Evans vice president Mrs Annie Jones er Miss Marietta Williams secretary Miss Myra Williams A social hour and refreshments were enjoyed Those present Mrs William W Williams Mrs Freedom schools spent M Williams Mrs Griffith week-end with her parents Mr and I Griffith Mrs H J Evans Mrs John Mrs W J Fisher c Williams Mrs N M Scarborough Mr and Mrs George Garber Main J Sydney Davies Mrs Robert C ner sister Mrs Frank Webb ville Mr and Mrs Robert Roberts and daughters Frances and Dorothy vere visitors of her sister Mrs ust Lay Delta R D Miss Edith Fisher a teacher at William T Brown Judia Mrs J C Crawford British Isles Rev B F Ruley Our cwn nation Prayer in unison A poem was read by Miss Alma Macomber Mrs Howard Proctor read mas Service Among Union was read by Mrs Harry Robinson Mrs H J Evans read Cooperation with American A solo was given by Mrs Ethel Robinson the was very veil attended SLATE RIDGE P T A HEARS PLANS FOB BAND The regular meeting of the Teacher Association of Slate Ridge School was held on Monday evening John Bay president had charge of the meeting Miss Anita Heaps gave a report of the last meeting A report of the dental clinic which is held by the Association and the State one day each month was given Plans for organizing a school band were dis- cussed Messrs H H Wilder and K Baxter were introduced and gave an explanation Prof A H Morris director of the Fawn Grove Band addressed the meeting No action was taken The program com- for meeting are Mrs Arthur Robinson and Mrs Marshall The following teachers and patrons of the school besides about fifty pupils were Mr and Mrs James Kerr Mr and Mrs Guy Scarborough Mr and Mrs Arthur Robinson Mr and Mrs Ralph Davis Mr and Mrs Joel Harry Mr and Mrs Marshall Scarborough Mr and Mrs Wayne Mr and Mrs Purr L Choate Mrs Millard Jones Mrs Warren Glasgow Mrs Mabel Keese Mrs Samuel Deaver Mrs David Roberts Mrs R Bennington Mrs Harold Stokes Mrs Stauffer Mrs Hale Rhudy Misses Helen Harry Anita Heaps Ruth Thomas Oma Neeper Pearl Shenk Margaret Silver and Margaret Stokes Messrs W M Samsell John Bay Hobart Bay Joseph Orr der Delp H H Wilder William K Baxter A II Morris and Dr C M Cox TEMPLE WORKERS ELECT NEW OFFICERS Of HH THE AND W SLATE RIDGE GUILD CHAPTER ENTERT Miss Helen Lytle was hostess to Guild Chapter of Slate Ridge Chun at her home on Saturday The devotional exercises were ducted by the president Mrs M Baxter Mrs J M Mrs Williams and Miss Beryl Wyman gave chapters 01 the study book The officers for the year were elected as President Miss Beryl Wyman vice presidents Miss Evelyn Grove and Miss Gertrude Orr secretary Miss Helen Lytle treasurer Mrs Walter Jenkins A social hour and ments were enjoyed Those in attendance Mrs Luther Heaps Mrs Henry Mobley Mrs M F Baxter Mrs Albert Peele Mrs Walter Jenkins Mrs Everett Kilburn Mrs Lester Williams Mrs Charles Lytle Misses Cassandra Jones Lytle Beryl Wyman and Helen STANLEY AMOS AT Mrs Stanley Amos entertained the following at cards at her home in Cardiff on Friday Mrs Rupert I Stubbs Mrs Clayton Lowe Mrs Howard Hamilton Mrs Lane R Grove Couple Married 52 Years Mr and Mrs Thomas W Brown Honored By Their Children On Wednesday A celebration by their children was given to Mr and Mrs Thomas W Brown on their ond wedding anniversary Friday ing Their children and families ered at their home and a very ant time was had Those present Mr and Mrs D Reed Wilson daughter Ruth and sons David and Lawrence Mr and Mrs T Ross Wiley and daughters Jean and Miriam Mr and Mrs Ernest M Brown and sons Richard and Russell Mr and Mrs William R Brown and children Harold Ruth Marie and Dorothy Kiss Alice Cassell Miss Grace Wilson and Preston Baker SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB HOLDS The Social Service Club met at the home of Miss Edith Wiley LADIES HOLDS CARD PARTY THURSDAY The Ladies Auxiliary of the Cardiff Fire Company gave a card party on Thursday evening la the C Jones building Delta The following attended Mr and and Mrs Rupert I Stubbs Mr and Alonzo Wilson Mr and Mrs Clarence Wilson Mr and Mrs C C Stiffler Mr and Mrs Wilson Heaps Mr and Mrs Arthur Robinson Mr and Mrs Harry Butler Mr and Mrs John Roberts Mr and Mrs Vernon Knopp Mr and Mrs John Galbreath Mr and Mrs D G Harry Mrs Harvey Sidwell Mrs G M Baer Mrs ard Walker Mrs Maud Kent Mrs Howard Proctor Mrs Lester liams Mrs Roy Lowe Mrs William Tweedle Mrs Albert Peele Miss Odessa Weeks Messrs Arthur Jones J W Streett C O Holden and Mr Streett Whiteford Man Weds Detroit Girl A very pretty wedding was at the Hillcrest United Brethren Church Detroit Michigan Saturday February 4 1933 at half after 3 o'clock when Miss Dorothy Watson became the bride of Martin Stokes The church beautifully decorated with palms ferns and cue flowers was crowded with invited guests and interested spectators who witnessed the ceremony The bride beautifully attired in ivory satin gown with trailing veil of point lace and carrying bride's roses and lillies of the valley was given in marriage by her father R E W atson Mrs Robert Terhorst the former Miss Elsie Stokes sister of the groom attired in a sea green gown with hat to match and carrying yellow rose buds and baby breath was Matron of Honor Miss Pauline Bedell attired In Eleanor blue gown with hat to match and carrying pink rose buds and baby breath acted as bride's maid The groom had as his attendants Curtis Stokes as best man and Robert Terhorst as groomsman As the guests assembled Hilts Frances Spear cousin of the bride sang O Promise and at three thirty o'clock the wedding party en- tered the church to the sound of Lohengrin's Wedding March played by Misa Myrtle Davis and were united in marriage by Dr M K Richardson pastor of the church The guests retired immediately to the home of the bride where a feast was spread From the cony overlooknng the dining room Miss Spear favored the guests with another fitting solo I Love You Truly Numerous beautiful and useful gifts were received Mr Stokes son of Mr and Mrs J Harold Stokes of Whiteford land now residing at the home of Mr Mrs Firth Sterling Steel Company Mr and Mrs Stokes will reside at the Stanley Manor Apt 870 Seward nue Detroit Michigan GUILD MEETS WITH MILDRED CARDIFF COMMUNITY CLUB MEETS WITH MBS Mrs to the Walter Proctor was hostess Cardiff Community Club on Friday evening The Westminster Circle of Elate Ridge Church met with Misc Mildred Whitaker daughter of Mr and Mrs Lane R Whitaker Main t treet on Monday evening The ing was in charge of Miss Darcey who conducted the devotional exercises After the business meeting wai held Miss Eleanor sang a solo accompanied on the piano by McKee by Martha Eaer solo Mise Proctor reading Miss Virginia on Friday evening March 3 Mrs W E Arthur president was were served i in charge of the meeting Miss Those attended Mrs The meeting opened by singing McCurdy secretary gave a report Howard Sr patroness Mrs The Old Rugged Miss Rose j Mrs s j Adams treasurer gave a I Lane R Misses Whitaker Mrs Floyd Wyman Mrs j Galbreath read the Scripture Mrs j report A business meeting was held G M Baer Mrs Harvey B W Jones made the treasurer's re- Mrs Howard Proctor Mrs J J port and after paying for twenty Healy Mrs David Pyle and Mrs hymnals there was a balance in the I Steward Dooley treasury j Several new projects were dis- cussed namely a tennis court new silk for the church and keeping some orphan supplied with clothing Two met with instant tennis court and getting clothing for The Home Missionary Society of an orphan Plans were made to look the Delta M P Church met with Mrs I into these projects Missionary Society Holds Meeting Two comforts for a family in need will be made at the home of Mrs Richard Recs on Thursday March 23 when the club will meet and hold a covered dish dinner The following program was given Reading The Doubtful Mrs Richard Rees reading Mrs W E Arthur accordion solo Norma Darcey Mildred Whitaker Grace Virginia Bulette and Sara Bay LADIES AID MEETS WITH MRS SWAGERT The Ladies Aid Society of ville Church met at the home of Mr Mrs William Pyle reading and Mrs Joel Swagert Delta R D time Frances Pyle Miss j on Friday evening meeting opened by song The Florence Minnich read The spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Samuel and son Roberts Mrs Davies Mrs Richard Rees Mrs Ellen Roberts Charles Brown Monday Aj During the social hour the of Abraham Mrs S j Best The president covered dish luncheon was served wood members gave a Adams read accordion Cora Myers read the Thirty Devotional exercises and a business Another feature was dressing a model Mrs Pyle Mrs Harry i Third Psalm followed by the Lord's session was held in paper Refreshments were served will be hostess to the April of Delta R D Alonzo Wilson Mrs Edward Mrs Ciara Neeper spent Mrs Ernest Roberts Mrs v ith Mrs Margaret Robert L Roberts Mrs Griffith T I Griffith Mrs Vernon Knopp Mrs Mrs Mary E Coyne has been on Aj thur Heaps Mrs Annie Jones Mrs the sick list this week R Evans Misses Margaret A Dr and Mrs George Holland and Elizabeth Williams Rose A daughters Charlotte and Janet were j Bower Myra Williams Marietta guests of friends m Baltimore on Hams Rev and Mrs John Hammond jand Master William E Stewart Rev B W Jones has been ill with a severe cold Mr and Mrs Chester O Holden entertained on Sunday the following Mr and Mrs T E LeBrun Mr and Mrs Everett LeBrun and daughters Betty and Marilyn Lou all of Baltimore Mr and Mrs j The following Mrs Joseph Cantler Mrs Warren Ailes Mrs Clinton Johnson Mrs liams Mrs Alta Hughes Misses Robinson will be hostes i to the meeting Those m attendance Mrs O CurUs Alma Laura Mrs Mrs A business meeting was held The program was given Mrs Jolin Malone C C and Mrs Honery Mobley In Thr a report was Mrs William Fisher and daughter and son Billy and Kenneth ELECTS S S OFFICERS The Session of terian Church at a recent meeting the Sunday School officers They are as Henry C Whiteford superintendent H Dale Jones were callers of Miss Lillian assistant superintendent Jones of Baltimore on I Curtis Johnson treasurer Delta Mr and Mrs C B Johnson and chapel S S A G Dunlap Brooke Marjorie and George Watts of Baltimore and Hrs Ella Continued on Page Five tendent W J assistant superintendent Mrs William Walter treasurer Ralph Cantler MRS HARRY Z HEAPS HONORED AT A number of ladies from this Mrg James Mrg Ruff Mrs AU Mrs x E wu Norris Jones Manan Crawford Mrs H H Mrs c H Mrs Harry Robinson Mrs William Cantler Mr and Mrs Charles Mrs J C Murphy Mrs I y S Mrs by the secretary Refreshments Brown Warren and Edward Brown B w JoncS Mrs Mary I Jones tUS Lackev Mrs Troctor Mrs and l hour Howard Harvey Edward Boswell and clair Mrs James E William Orr and Mrs Mis K James Mrs c Mr and Mrs Henry both Bennington Mrs Floyd Wyman Mobley Mr and Mrs Joel Swagert Mrs Ruff Mrs Clay P and N j wise Mr and Mrs I Arthur Robinson Misses Alice and Hair and daughter Sara Esther Mr Thorn MlH Mr and once Minnich Frances Pyle and Mrs Howard Patterson Mrs Bertha Lor Mclvin Norris McLaughlin Mrs Snyder Mrs John Malone Mrs A L Maore b were delightfully entertained as Casc Margaret at the home of Mrs Arlie Plummer Ruth Elizabeth Ailes Marie Dinsmore Pauline Robinson Nellie Forest Hill Md at i luncheon cn in hunor of Mrs Harry Z Heaps on Wednesday afternoon Those at- tending were Mrs Harvey Sidwell Mrs Clayton Lowe Mrs Lowe Mrs Guy Scarborough Mrs Gerald Heaps Mrs Osborne Heaps Mrs J J Healy Mrs Harry Z Heaps Mrs Arlie Plummer Rose Galbreath Edith Wiley Anna Wiley Ethel Smith and Mary K Jones CHIMNEY FIRE AT CARD PARTY A Card Party for the benefit of the Mason and Dixon Library will be held JONBS HOMB Mrs Kilburn Mrs C H Ruff Mrs Cora The Fire Company Myers Misses Laura Wise Bertha was at P M today to the Wise Smith Myers residence of Millard Jones at Yerna Wise Dorothy Knob where they extinguished Inns Mary Kilburn Eva an obstinate flue fire Wise and Margaret Malone Their timely arrival and quick Messrs Ruff Archie Bair tion was the means of saving the Bair Harry and Clifton Sprint Chicken i Hotel Sunday 00 Flutter at the Library Room on Friday March j houso which was endangered by the Kilburn Ralph William P M chimney and Swagert JEWS PA PER I
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