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   Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - December 7, 1933, Delta, Pennsylvania                               DELTA HERALD-TIMES The Only Newspaper Adequately Covering Southern York County, Pennsylvania and Northern Harford County, Maryland VE 00 CUR PART VOL. LV. NO. 49 DELTA, YORK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER Marion Macomber j Cardiff Lady Assumes Duties As Postmaster Celebrates Birthday BOROUGH AND TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARDS REORGANIZE CARD OF APPRECIATION Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ruff, of Car- diff, entertained a number of family friends at a Thanksgiving- dinner in', honor of the former's mother, Mrs. i Jacob J. Ruff, who celebrated her birthday anniversary. Those present Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Ruff, OTHER LOCAL, HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Stubbs have returned after spending some- time with their children in Philadel- phia- Mr, and Mrs. Jacob J. Ruff and Mr- and Mrs. Albert Ruff spent Sun- day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Orr, of Constitution. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Ruff expect to spend some time at the Orr home. Mr. and Mrs. Meridith Evans, of Bel Air, and Miss Magdalene Evans, of Berwin, Pa., spent Saturday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Evans. Miss Ann Glidden is recuperating at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. New, Jr., Philadelphia, after under- going an operation for the removal of her tonsils. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson and Mrs. Emory Hose, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Marion S- Macomber received his appointment as postmaster at- Delta on Saturday, December 2 and im- mediately assumed his new duties. He succeeds A- Grant Dunlap, who has been postmaster for the past i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ruff, Mr. and eight years. Mr. Macomber was formerly manager and operator of "the Cardiff Roller Mills. The new postmaster has named as his assistant Ralph Fulton, a former employee of the Peoples National Bank. Mr. Fulton succeeds Hugh R. Evans who has held the position of assistant for the past eleven years- After a long term of service as a A reorganization meeting of the 'member and for many years as Delta School Board was held at jthe j President, Mr. William T. Brown High. School building on Monday retires from the Board of School evening. C. C. Stiffler was elected 'Directors. president, succeeding William T. I Brown who has held the office several years. The other officers are Edgar Ruff, Mr and Mrs. G. vice-president, Rev. B. W. Jones; secretary, J. C. Macomber; and j treasurer, Harvie L. Stubbs. The Peach Bottom School Board held their reorganization meeting on was re.elected president) Graham Thompson as vice-president. The secretary and treasurer are Abel Morris and Mrs. Harry Mackinson. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Ruff, I Saturd afternoon. D. D. Sntid- Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stump, Mr. and1 Mrs. Charles McLaughlin, Mrs. Anna Leamon, Mrs. John Engle, Misses Mary and Ruth Hose, Mar- garet and Betty Jane Ruff, Mahala Geesey, Anna Shrieder, Lovell Ruff, Esther Thompson, Doris and Jean Stump, Messrs. Emory Hose, Jr., John Weaver, Ralph, Everett and Richard Ruff, Ray Steininger, Clay- I ton Strayer, Preston, Gerald, Sterling and Vincent Thompson, Charles Mur- phy, Joseph Harnley and Gene Engle. By his long and faithful and effi- cient record, Mr. Brown has rendered an incalculable service to the people of this community. His insight into, and acquaintance with, the problems of public education which these hectic years create, have proven of inestimable help. The Board wish to take this med- ium of expressing their appreciation of Mr. Brown's services as school director. By order of the Board. Christmas Seal Driye Makes Great Start in Community FIRST RETURNS OF DRIVE RECEIVED FROM DELTA IT___________ Returns from the Mail Sale-Jare this effect was part of the Thanks arriving at the Christmas Seal giale i headquarters of the York County Tuberculosis Society in increasing numbers and show a return of !ap- OF 45th ANNIVERSARY proximately 33 cents per letter. The ENTERTAINS IN HONOR first contribution came from a farmer Mr. and Mrs- C. C- Butler enter- down near Delta. While a storekeeper tained a number of their friends to'on the Susquehanna Trail 'a. a dinner on Thanksgiving day in .salesman of farm implements near honor of their 45th wedding anniver- 'Dillsburg vied for second place.f.'In Valley School Notes Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Newlon, of Alexandria, Virginia, and Mrs. A. C. Mobley spent Sunday afternoon at Officials Work To Get School Ground Improvements the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron P. ..Scnool is Hughes and family. a subject -which has been discussed of the Delta school board and others Dallastown, interested in the beautification of the Edward Burk are For Health Day Programme given ir> the schools last -week. The schools are doing their part through the preparation and broad- j Ramsay casting of plays based on the Seal i spending a few days with their Sale and the work of the Society. frtendj Raiph Houser, of Edgewood. The play winning first place in the recent radio contest was broadcast on Tuesday by the Fawn Township School. On Friday, December 8 at Clifton Fantom, of York, got a deer marly times by the various members on Friday. Sidney Stewart, of spent the week-end with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stewart. Raymond Kennedy and family, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Steele and family. Arthur Maglaughlm received in- juries on Monday by a stone falling out of a truck. Edna, Willis. Goldie and Junior Krick spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wayne. Arthur Maglaughlin butchered Thanksgiving day. Miss Audrey Barnett spent Sun- day ntorning with Thomas L. Bar- nett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batly spent Thursday evening with Thomas L. Barnett and family. sary. Those present were: Mrs. Harry other words, all sorts of peopleiAre p. m. a group of pupils from Ashton, of Baldwin, Mrs. interested in the Seal Sale and.-.'are Red Lion will present a play written Sweating and Miss Isabel Sweating, j ready to give in order to continue I by Elizabeth McAllister. While the of The Rocks, Mr. and Mrs- G. J- the fight against tuberculosis which.' following Tuesday, December 12, stu- McComas, Mr. and Mrs. supports. dents, from West York High School Scarff and Mrs. Anna Anderson, of i The majority of the returns fare and the Catholic High School will Fallston, Mrs. Perry Carroll, of Jac- by mail although a number" of' give two plays in a joint programme ksonville, Md-, Mr. and Mrs- Harry Chenworth and Miss Elizabeth Cben- wortn, of Jarrettsville, and Mrs'. H. Delta. Mr. and Mrs. Brooke Snodgrass at- g tended the musical representation of "The Creation" presented at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Littlestown, Penna., on Tuesday night. 1 Mrs. Harry Morrow, daughters, j Dorothy and Evelyn; and Miss Gladys Thompson were week-end guests of Mr- and Mrs. Harry Thompson, of Whiteford. the Delta Methodist Protestant Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Dodson, of cnurob met at the home and Home Missionary Society The Home Missionary Society of people bring them in to the Society's at a. m- All broadcasts are office, while others leave theirs at made over Station W-O-R-K. the local collection stations in; the Personal solicitation of large con- various towns. In this, section, such tributors is being made this week stations are located at Harkins' Store, {by local chairmen in the various Delta; The "R" Drug Store in Stew- t towns, and in York by a local com- artstown; and East Prospect JBJank. I mittee. assisted by members of the One letter coming into headquar- j Exchange Club, Mr. Henry Wasbers, Jr. chairman. Every one seems will- ing and ready to help in securing the funds necessary to continue the year-round fight against tuberculosis- realization of the need Reading, visited the former's mother, Mrs warren Williams on Monday! practlce here Mrs. James A- Dodson, who is a evening. The regular business Ifl30 Thf patient in the Maryland General hos- mg was held followed by a social' ters read "Am returning the seals as received, I must buy from the" child- ren." The writer evidently is under the impression that the' Christinas I Seals will be sold by-the schooLctuUtL-. ren later in the.'month as was the Mrs. Thomas Burk is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maglaughlin and children, Nora, Lillian, Edna and Randall visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burk on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pomraning spent Monday night with Mrs. Eva Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scarborough moved Wednesday and Thursday of last week to the Miss Jennie Mc- Cluskey property near Slate Hill. Miss Elizabeth Cooper spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cooper and family, of Slate Hill. Those having a perfect attendance during the month of. November were: Edwell Beard, Lawrence Burk, Wil- liam Fantom, Willis Krick, Randall Maglaughlin, Reed Norris, Keith Robinson, Paul Scarborough, James Steele, Mildred Ailes, Anna Ailes, Eula Beard, Dorothy Henry, Mar- garet Henrjk-BoroJthy Hughes, Edna. school grounds. And it is a subject which should not only be talked of by officials but by the whole town. The school grounds lic grounds and perhaps the only public grounds our town possesses which, should be an inducement to make it outstanding. Of course we all know the reason these improve- ments have not been made is the lack of sufficient funds. Money is being appropriated al- most daily by the state and also fed- eral governments for public purposes. Just recently a certain sum hag been alloted the county of York under the County Welfare Association for just such work as Delta is greatly in need of. But how are we going to get it? The Delta school board officials are working on this proposition at the present time and any support or I direct information the Delta citizens can give them will be appreciated, we feel sure. Couht ior j from explains this. For the increasing dan- i Kik Lee Lillian" Mag- j from disease due to the re- or rom e n. L SmithEsther Smith, bylsults of living conditions, a rising t stecle Edith Stewart Bet- pital suffering with a fractured hip- They also spent several days at the Dodson home in Delta. hour which was enjoyed by all. Re- freshments were served to the fol- lowing: Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Ruley, Hugh Evans, New York, spent the i Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams. Mrs. week-end with his parents, Mr. cantler, Mrs. Alta Hughes, Mrs. H. J. Evans- ,Mrs. Charles O. Brown, Mrs. Orville Ellis H- Hughes, of Baltimore, j Qehr, Misses Alma Macomber, Laura spent a few days at the home of his Cassandra Jones, Doretha son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Cantler, Messrs. Howard Harvey, Mrs. Gilbert Ruff. i Ralph Cantler and Edward Boswell. Mr- and Mrs. S. A. McKinley spent! Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs j John Clark, Bridgeton. Pa. MKS. GEIGER CELEBRATES HiBR Miss Bertie Pyle, who is employed g6th BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY in Baltimore, spent Thanksgiving day with her father, E. E. Pyle, this ciety as this' method was discontinued j the young people taking the tuber- Louise Torbert, Olive Torbert, Edith when the mail sale Was introduced, i culin test, found to have tuberculosis gmjth John Wiley, George Loucks, It is possible that some children will i infection create a situation demand- Edwin' take the seals sent their parents and ing action. And the purchase of j Tnirty-two students in the gram- attempt to sell them from door to tuberculosis Christmas Seals is department made an average of I this is not at the request of the Society, who discourage this as much as possible. A pledge to way in which all can help. It means IA in 3pellmg during the past month. protection for yourseli and family They were as Llilian Smith, and care for those ill with the disease. Betty Whiteford, Edith Stewart, place. Mrs. Clarence Kilgore and Miss On Wednesday, November 29. Mrs. Elizabeth- Geiger celebrated her eighty-sixth birthday by serving a Whiteford Mr. and Mrs Hugh Hughes and Mrs. Will Hughes spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charles Grancel, of Norrisville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shvcr and children spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Fisher Hostess To Ladies' Club The December meeting of the Social Service Club was held at the home [of Mrs. William Fisher, Main St., on Keith Robinson, Dorothy Henry, Mar- garet Henry. Dorothy Hughes', Jane Ailes, Anna Ailes, Ida May Ayres. Mabel Smith, Etta Louise Torbert, Milton Johnson, Garnette Davis, Isa- belle Ailes, Mildred Ailes, Esther Smith. Harvey Stewart, Jr, Billy Fantom, James Steele, LeRoy Wilson. James Barnett, Percy Carter, Leonard Hazel Dunlap spent Thanksgiving day turkey dinner to a few friends at the Mr_ Mrs Kilgore, Havre de Grace, Md j Drumore, Lancaster county. wag Mrg wish to pre. daughter. Shirley, of Baltimore, spent Mr. and Mrs Percy Gnau of York. _rpsident Mlss Verba clarenceMr and Mrs C P enmngtoa J Mr. and Mrs. William Kunkle and P chrlstrnas for C Friday evcr.mg The newly-elected, Mary Ward. Willis Krick. nodgrass. were Delta on Thanksgiving papc her dinner day and attended services at the Re- Qwn hands wmch ghe did_ Quite mother, Mrs Harry Keese. h Thanksgiving day with the former's hoboth church. Hugh Bailey, of Churchvillc, Md spent Thanks-iving with his _ unusual for one of her remarkable I Mrs Emory Smithson is spending w Jones someti.ne in Baltimore with her Dmner guests were: Mr. and Mrs. V.'ill Heaps, who still con- brother-in-law _and sister, Mr. and Edward JameSi Cardlff, Mr and Mrs "nucs quite ill. C. Mrs. John West- Bangor Messrs. William Mundorff, Warren Burkins and Earl Barbour returned on Sunday from a gunning trip to 'harmain, Pa. We are sorry to state the above sportsmen met with very poor luck. Henry Schraffer has returned home after spending Thanksgiving with relatives in Philadelphia. G- T. Griffith is a patient in the Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, undergoing observation under the care of Dr. Finney. John Hughes, of New Haven, Conn., visited Mrs. Mary J. Tyson and other relatives in this section on Saturday. A little child of Delmer Burkins ill -with diphtheria. The quarantine has been lifted at the home of Guy Pearthree. Mr- and Mrs. Edward Schraffer and daughter, Margaret, of Philadel- phia, visited relatives in this place on Sunday. Mrs. Virginia Hughes, of York, spent last Friday with Mrs. Guy Pearthree. Mrs. William Montgomery, who has been quite ill, is much improved. Mrs Olive D Ellis, of Wilmington, Del., spent a few days last week with Mrs. Annie Jones and brother, Ellis G Williams. Mrs. Mary E. Morris and Miss Elinor Morris spent Thanksgiving day with their aunt, Miss Mary H. Williams, of Baltimore. Thc c4 oir of the Rehoboth church have a i hearsal every Sunday even- i-f; scrvicns, preparing for the 'uistipas anthems Vury ricrtings with good atiuiencrs wore hold at the R.ehoboth 'lurcn 01 Thanksgiving day The MEETS AT BKYANSVILLE 0 rc, 1-lf, was takcn for thc ol '.i.ieiican Bible Society ot New The November meeting of the lt Maeare Margaret in this srction Thc Thanksgiving bas- prcsent xvcre" Mrs. Wil- YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY Mrs. Richard Rees. Eavid Fulton, Delta, Miss Mary Me- Mr Mrs E- J- Stivtly, of Mr. and Mrs O. H Heaps spent cummmg-Si Mrs. clarence Grove, spent Monday evening Monday afternoon in Baltimore- and children, Jesse, Mary, Mr. and Mis. Warren Glasgow Dorgan, Mrs. Clinton Johnson, Mrs Young People's Missionary Society oi Kenneth Jones. Mrs. William Snod- Bryansville church was hold at the ,ss, Misses Verba Sncdgrass, Mar- home of Samuel Snyder. Mrs. C C. Mildred Snodgrass, Isa- Kreidler had charge of the meeting-, j Mrs. John Jacobs is quite ill at Three Baltimore boys, who said the home of her son-in-law and they were on their way to California, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence spent Monday night in the Delta Wiley. lockup. Miss Margaret Wheeler is visiting j The boys lett sometime with her cousin, l.JYs. Paul I Amos, of Baltimore. Miss Olive Norns has accepted a (position with the DuPont Co., Wil- imington, Del. Mr. and Mrs. Melvm Barrett and son, of Wilmington, spent Thanks- giving with relatives here. Wilbur Norris, of the State For- _ r O.VJ.11U1 tJllVVlft 1 -1-.JIA- ui.iu.1. Mrs. Maggie Jones loll on Sunday Ehzabeth Edward James, Jr. all Mr. and Mrs Dill Amos and Mr. Mlldr.cd Ramsay, Bertha The members present were as for Philadelphia, where she expects QJ, Drumore> and Mrs and Mrs. Orville Allison, of Balti- Heck Mr and Mrs Charles Bair, Mr and to remain for thc winter Geiger. Other callers were Mr. 'an-J more. 3Pent Thursday evening in Rev and Mrs. Hill and Mr. and Mrs_ Harvey sidwell and children, Whiteford. Mrs. Jerry Adams, of York, were Proctorj William and Mary Louise. Mlss CIara Jones is spending- Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs William T Brown Mrs. Joseph Wiley spent Friday with her son and daughter-in-law, j KlinaWayS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wiley. j Miss Phoebe Hughes, of York, is, visiting in this vicinity. C. T. U. With Mrs. Galley Pauline Robinson, Mary Elizabeth Mrs. A. N. Bair, Mrs C C Kreidler, 1 Jones, Anna Wiley, Marian Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bair, Misses, Mrs J. T. Gailcy was hostess to Marjone Switzer, Mane Dinsrnore, Ruth and Reba Ruff, Margaret Ma-! the Women's Christian Tc-mpcrance and Master Billy Fisher. Baltimore early lone, Betty Lee Kahoe, Mary and Union on ill'-noon The i Marguerite Sellers, Blrna Kilburn, loader, Mrs Prnmngton, Erma Myers, Viola Wise, Messrs presided. Those present Mrs FOUll DEER SHOT Samuel McLaughlin, William Me- S J Wilson, Mrs Henry Poff, Mrs. BY LOCAL BOYS Laughlm. Clifton and Harry Kilburn, I W. B. Davis, Mrs O H, Hraps, Mrs. Robert Wickes and Samuel Snyder. William P.rown, Mrs M S Macoinber, estry Camp, spent-the week-end at Deer must be plentiful this year r or maybe our local" boys are just j good luck. Fridayl his home here- Mr. and Mrs. L L. McKinley and Fantom and Fred Ramsay friends in Carlisle, Penna., this week. James Fletcher, of Fawn Grove, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ruff. Mr. and Mrs- W. A. Montooth, of Harrisburg, spent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. S. A- McKinley. Many college students spent the (Continued on Page 3) Monday morning, walked as far as [daughters visited Henry Norris. who returned Towson and there jumped a truck Js a patient at the Union Memorial cnough to bring returned with an eight point and Saturday "Al" Street one. Orville Gehr was SLATEVILLE MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Slateville Missionary Society will meet in the Chapel on Thurs- day, December 14 at 10 o'clock. The are Mrs. Marshall Scar- borough, Mrs. B. W. Jones, Mrs. Arthur Harry and Mrs. D. F. Baker. Baltimore which the boys understood was going to York but it proceeded to Delta instead. Arriving in Delta the boys were taken into custody by Officer Sam Irwin. While being ques- tioned by Officer Irwin the boys re- vealed that they were running away from home. Immediately they were committed to the Delta lockup for the night and Maryland State police notified who came here on Tuesday morning and took them home. The runaways were Albert Gra- Fine Program Hospital, on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harman, of Wilmington, spent Thanksgiving day with relatives here. Miss Phoebe McKinley spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McKinley. Mrs. Dollie Glasgow and grand- 1 home. SUNDAY POLICE COURT; FOUR GIVEN HEARINGS Peach Bottom Grange No 1711 met :jat the grange hall on Monday night, December 4, 1933 with worthy mas- ter, B. P. Stubbs presiding. The minutes were read and approved Mrs. Hugh Scotten was appointed pianist for the ensuing year. Plans were Benjamin Blackburn, Wilson Rey- nolds, Benjamin Founds and Albert Mrs. John Hammond. Mrs W W Sellers, Mrs Warren Pcnmngton. Mrs. J. T. and Misses Alice and Guy McCurdy GUILD CHAPTER MEETS AT CARDIFF HOME Miss Beryl Wyman was hostess to thc Westminster Guild Chapter of the Slate Ridge church on Saturday af- ternoon. The devotional exercises made to distribute Christmas bas- were conducted by Miss Alice kets to needy families in the com- Wheeler, followed by prayer by Miss daughter, Mildred Glasgow, spent the Romanough were arrested by Con- munity. The following literary pro- Pauline Ramsay. Miss Beryl Wyman week-end with the former's daughter, i stable C. O. Holden for disorderly Mrs. Elsie Evans. Joseph Heaps has been confined to the house suffering with quinsy. ham, 13, and Martin Graham, 16, Miss Ethel Hughes has returned 1400 E. Landvale St., Baltimore, after visiting her uncle and conduct in Bangor on Saturday eve- gram was given: Reading, Philip Kilgore; recitation, "Joy of ning. A hearing was held before Helen "Origin of Thanks- Squire Crawford on Sunday morning j Betty Griffith; "Recent Im- and the boys being unable to pay provements in Agriculture for which their fines were committed to the we are B. P. Stubbs; William Holden, 13, 416 Pitman Place, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grancel, York county jail for from eight to reading, Ruth Ailes. of Norrisville. sixteen days. 'Grange closed in the usual form. had charge of the business meeting. Those present were: Mrs. Amos S :r- borough, Mrs. Raymond Bonnvuid, Mrs. Luther Heaps, Mrs. M. F. Bax- ter, Mrs. F. W. Wyman, Mrs. Graham Thompson, Pauline Ramsay, Alice Wheeler, Anita Heaps and Beryl Wyman. SPATTR   

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