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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 9, 1933, Delta, Pennsylvania DELTA HEFtALD-TIMES VOL. LV. NO. 10 DELTA, YORK COUNTY, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1933 Locals DELTA-CARDIFF WHITEFORD World's Day Of Prayer Observed By Delta Churches Odd But True John -Macomber, a student at Die-' The World's Day of Prayer was >_inson College, Carlisle, spent the observed in the Chapel by the Slate "week-end at his home in Delta. Ridge, Slateville, Rehoboth Presby- 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 Robinson: The program pre- ehildren, Gehosobe 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 follows: 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, Lan- 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 liebecea Brooks, Delta accompanied ilrs. Harry R. C. Robinson to her toome in Chester on Sunday. Mrs. Marshall T. Heaps spent sev- eral days in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beard and family, of near Delta, wefe recent Toric visitors. Mrs. Elizabeth Stephens returned to her home in Collindale, after vis- iting her friend, Mrs. Charles Fulton Delta R. D. Mrs. Mary Dooley will move to X-elta 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. Ste- phens and Miss Blodwin Stephens, of Collindale. William Proctor, a student at Thompson's Business School, York his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barl proctor, Cardiff. Mrs. John C. Williams and son, spent-a few Jays in Phila- delphia. Raymond Morris visHed his moth- Mrs. C. W. Sidwell Mrs. Ellen Ann Roberts, of Wil- aoington, visited Mrs. T A. J. Davies in Saturday and Sunday. The Ladies of Rehoboth Church neld a very successful bake sale in the O. C. Jones building on Saturday nltertioon. Rev. Clarence Ramsay occupied the pulpit at Slateville Presbyterian Church on Sunday, in i.be absence of the pastor, Rev. B. W. Jones, who was ill. Mrs. Margaret McCallister, who r.as 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 Wash- ington, and attended the Inaugura- tion Miss Sallie FUnchbaugh, of Red Lion, was a week-end eriest of Mrs Flizabeth Spldlc. Mrs. Roy Lowe and son, Richard, of Jarrettsvillo, 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 follows: President, Mrs Hugh R. Evans; vice president, Mrs. Annie Jones; treasur- er, Miss Marietta Williams; secretary, Miss Myra Williams. A social hour and refreshments were enjoyed. Those present were: Mrs. William W. Williams, Mrs Wil- 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 Mrs_ Sydney Davies, Mrs. Robert C. ner sister, Mrs. Frank Webb, Bryans- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert t_. Roberts and daughters, Frances and Dorothy, vere visitors of her sister, Mrs. Aug- 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 "Christ- mas Service Among "Union was read by Mrs. Harry Robinson; Mrs. H. J. Evans, read "Cooperation with American Judians." A solo was given by Mrs. Ethel Robinson, the meeting- was very veil attended. SLATE RIDGE P. T. A. HEARS PLANS FOB BAND The regular meeting of the Parent- Teacher Association of Slate Ridge School was held on Monday evening. John Bay, president, had charge of the meeting. Miss Anita Heaps, sec- retary, gave a report of the last meeting. A report of the dental clinic which is held ,by the Parent-Teacher Association and the State one day each month, was given. Plans for organizing a school band were dis- cussed. Messrs. H. H. "Wilder and' Wi'liam 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- mittee for the.next meeting are Mrs. Arthur Robinson and Mrs. Marshall The following teachers and patrons of the school besides about fifty pupils were present: 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, Stran- der Delp, H. H Wilder, William K. Baxter, A II. Morris and Dr C M Cox. KEHOBOTH TEMPLE WORKERS ELECT NEW OFFICERS Of WtSTERH meeting opened by song, "The Florence Minnich read "The Assassi- ?lreet. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Samuel Gomrmll and son, Ever- Roberts, Mrs Mnry Davies, Mrs. Richard Rees, Mrs. Ellen Roberts, Charles Brown Monday Aj During the social hour the Glen-1 of Abraham Mrs S. j Best The president covered dish luncheon was served. wood members gave a pantomme Adams read accordion Cora Myers, read the Thirty Devotional exercises and a business Another feature was dressing a model, Mrs Wllliam Pyle. Mrs. Harry i Third Psalm, followed by the Lord's session was held. in paper. Refreshments were served." Rohlnson will be hostess to the April of Delta R D. jvrra. Alonzo Wilson, Mrs. Edward Mrs Ciara Neeper spent thcjgtcwart, Mrs Ernest Roberts, Mrs. v.eck-enJ v ith Mrs Margaret Har- 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. iliugh R Evans, Misses Margaret A. Dr. and Mrs. George Holland and [Roberts. Elizabeth Williams, Rose A. daughters, Charlotte and Janet, were j Bower, Myra Williams, Marietta Wil- guests of friends m Baltimore on Hams, Rev. and Mrs John Hammond, Firnday. 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 quests: Mr. and Mrs. T E. LeBrun, Mr and Mrs. Everett LeBrun and daughters, Betty and Marilyn Lou, all of Baltimore. presi-nt wore- Mr. and Mrs. j The following attended: Mrs. Joseph [George Cantler, Mrs. Warren Wil- Ailes, Mrs. Clinton Johnson, Mrs liams, Mrs. Alta Hughes, Misses Robinson will be hostes i to the meeting. Those m attendance were: Mrs. O CurUs Alma Macornbor, Laura Boswcll, Cas-, Krass> Mrs Albcrt pecle, Mrs Caleb1 A business meeting was held. The program was given; Reci- tfitton, Mrs Jolin Malone, IVtrs. C. C Samscll, JKjjcdi-j, and Mrs. Honery Mobley, "In Thr a report was Mrs. William Fisher and daughter KJith, and son, Billy, and Kenneth SLATKV'ILLE PRESBVTKUIAN ELECTS S. S. OFFICERS The Session of SlatcviJle Presby- terian Church, at a recent meeting, lo-elected the encumbent Sunday School officers. They are as follow: Henry C. Whiteford, superintendent; H. Dale Jones were callers of Miss Lillian Malonc, assistant superintendent; Jones, of Baltimore, on Punday. I Curtis Johnson, treasurer; Delta Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johnson and chapel S. S., A. G. Dunlap, supcrin- s.on, Brooke, Marjorie and George Watts, of Baltimore, and Hrs. Ella (Continued on Page Five) tendent; W. J. Cowlcy, assistant superintendent; Mrs. William Walter, treasurer. Ralph Cantler. MRS. HARRY Z. HEAPS HONORED AT LUNCIIEOTS A number of ladies from this vi- VVjIso Mrg James MacWson Mrg. Chcster Ruff Mrs. AU Orvine Mrs. x E. wu Norris, aondra Jones, Manan Crawford, Dor- Bcard> Mrs H. H. Ycllon? Mrs. c. H Mrs. Harry Robinson, Mrs William othea Cantler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles inightmire Mrs J C Murphy Mrs I y S Rlchard Rccs- Mrs' p-.vcn by the secretary. Refreshments Brown, Warren and Edward Brown. B. w. JoncS, Mrs. Mary I Jones tUS Lackev' Mrs' WaUor Troctor, Mrs and ;l hour werc Howard Harvey, Edward Boswell and clair' VVjiSon. Mrs. James E' William Orr, prcsent worc- Rcv. and Mrs Mis. F.dward K James, Mrs Kliza- Cirjilr c Kreidcr, Mr. and Mrs. Henry both Bennington, Mrs. Floyd Wyman, Mobley. Mr and Mrs. Joel Swagert, Mrs Albcrt Ruff, Mrs Clay P and jjrs N j wise Mr and Mrs I Arthur Robinson, Misses Alice and Hair and daughter, Sara Esther, Mr. Thorn McCurdv' Hclcn Flor- MlH chandlcc, Mr. and once Minnich, Frances Pyle and Mas- Mrs. Howard Patterson, Mrs. Bertha Lor Mclvin Norris McLaughlin, Mrs F.lizabeth Snyder, Mrs John Malone, Mrs. A. L. Me- Maore iviarjorie b cinity were delightfully entertained as' Casc Moorc- Margaret at the home of Mrs. Arlie Plummer, Ruth Ailcs- Elizabeth Ailes, Marie, Dinsmore, Pauline Robinson, Nellie Forest Hill. Md. at i luncheon iv- cn in hunor of Mrs. Harry Z. Heaps, on Wednesday afternoon. Those at- tending were Mrs. Harvey Sidwell Mrs. Clayton Lowe, Mrs. Chaunccy Lowe, Mrs. Guy Scarborough, Mrs. Gerald Heaps, Mrs. Osborne Heaps, Mrs. J. J. Healy, Mrs. Harry Z. Heaps, ar.d Mrs Arlie Plummer. Fantorn, 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 MILLAKD JONBS HOMB Mn5- Tsaac Ruff- Mrs" Harrv ______ Kilburn, Mrs. C. H Ruff, Mrs. Cora The Delta-Cardiff Fire Company (Myers, Misses Laura Wise, Bertha was callod at P. M. today to the Wise, Smith, Krma Myers, residence of Millard Jones, at Gob- Yerna Wise, Dorothy Chandlcc, Dc- Knob, where they extinguished Inns Krcidcr, Mary Kilburn, Eva an obstinate flue fire. Wise, and Margaret Malone, Their timely arrival and quick ac- Messrs Jnmet Ruff, Archie Bair, tion was the means of saving the Lc-onard Bair, Harry and Clifton Sprint Chicken i Hotel Sunday, 00 Flutter Car-Del at the Library Room on Friday, March j houso which was endangered by the Kilburn. Ralph McLaughlm, William P. M. chimney. and Ralp'i Swagert. JEWS PA PER I SiFWSPAPFld
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