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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 5, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDel Herald to the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland Mes vol. Lvi. No. 14 boy scouts plan court of Honor Delta York county pa., thursday april 1sts Rehoboth Temple workers have crowd at luncheon of about fifty persons sat Down to a to Public covered dish luncheon Given by the Temple workers of Rehoboth Church at the Church on wednesday even members of the Delta troop of last week. The affair was a scouts Are agog with decided Success not Only from a Gas anticipation of the Southern standpoint but socially. Those attending were the Rev. And Hammond or. And i. Hugh. J. Evans prof and mrs. Zimmerman or. And mrs. Have motorists habits improved in keeping with increase in rated driving Speed easter brings Many from far and near court of Honor of the area Council of boy scouts to be held in the firemen s Hall on tuesday april 10, at 8 o clock. This District includes troops at new District includes troops at new l m Williams or. And mrs. Dom Glen Rock Stewartstown Fawn Scarborough or. And mrs. Grove and Delta. Many scouts and mrs miam their friends Are expected from these or mrs. Hugh r. Places. Evans or and mrs. V. E. Knopp the officers for the distinct Edward Stewart or District chairman Raymond mrs Robert l Roberts or. And District commissioner Paul n., Artler heaps mesdames Jennie Strasbaugh chairman court Kate Robert c Honor Henry Keith. Roberts Fleming Evans Sydne has been arranged by Daniel Baker the District officers scout executive Belya Ray f. Zaner and scoutmaster r. E. Barnhart of the Delta troop no Katherine Hughes Enid and consists of a variety of features Rowland Elizabeth Wil As follows overture by the Delta Katherine Ford High school orchestra under the i Williams messes. Owen Section of prof. A. H. Zimmerman t am. Year 1925 year 1934 miss Marietta Wheeler York with her parents or. And mrs. J. H. Wheeler miss Rebecca Brooks Penn state with her parents attorney and mrs. Harry m. Brooks misses Dorothea Bulette and Verna Myers t travelling at 2o 3o 4o 5o Miles per hour you get 60 Assembly bugler Thomas song America the pledge of allegiance Levi by the District commissioner Paul Stras Baugh address of Welcome Charles Thompson chief Burgess trumpet Solo Charles Johnston ceremonials scout oath and Law Delta troop 47 orchestra selection the United by Losey court of Stewart Leroy Wiliam heaps Milo Williams Roberts pc Ftp Russell Delta merchant Dies wednesday teachers students and others flock j de Home to spend the easter holidays j As Mer with parents and friends m Lumberman and Bank Jar diff and nearby to William h. Myers aged 50 we have been Able to learn them wed esd owing list includes the most of those v memorial hos who took advantage of the oppor where he had been Unity to enjoy the p thursday. His a patient since last thursday. His death was due to a complication of diseases. Besides conducting a general store m Delta for the past Twenty one years or. Myers was a director of Moro Lea. _ Philadelphia with the former s the first National Bank before it ends or and mrs Howard Proctor merged with the Peoples National Ems i. Bank now closed. He was also a member of it. Hebron Lodge i. O. O. F., of Delta. His father Jacob Myers passed away in november of last year and a brother Oliver Myers died in sep tember 1932. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Erma Charles Culp University of Mary land with his Mother mrs. Hazel Culp miss Sara Adams pen Hurst with her parents or. And mrs. S. J. Adams miss Hilda Ruff Smith col lege with her parents or. And mrs. E. G. Ruff misses Belva Hughes Louise Robinson and Caroline White a a Luht Ivy Vaa v j. Vaj la Cluj. C. A ii Ford Western Maryland College with Benington Myers one son Earl and their parents or. And mrs. Hugh a a daughter Evelyn both at Home and a sister mrs. N. J. Wise Delta r. D. The funeral will be held saturday Whiteford miss Eleanor Wise afternoon with services at 2 o clock or. And mrs. Arthur Rob Inson and or. And mrs. Henry c. Other local happenings of interest in the last ten years rates of Speed indicated above. The figures on mile of automobiles have increased great age Given in the graph above apply by. Safety factors added to cars and to present Day cars operating on level roads have been More than offset by j roads. Oil and tires As Well As Gaso i the increase in speeds. The effect of line go farther at moderate speeds. Too much Speed for time and place is j figures by the travellers insure Ano. D mrs Rodert Williams of i seen m the vast majority of Acci j Ance company show that in 1933 the United by Losey court of i and mrs Paui Weiler and l dents and is also a controlling fac rate of death per automobile Acci and first class re of red lion were Baster Tor in their seriousness. Dent involving excessive Speed was cognition second class Merit bad cd org Kojm a Judd i motorists forget too that the per cent greater than the average Gas first class Merit badges s Rebecca Brooks Paul Wise ter they drive the More it costs to rate for All accidents due to driving i Jabor Vilgil life and Eagle awards song Faith Lido old Snyder returned to state j operate their cars. Around 30 Miles i errors. There were persons _ of our announcements after spend my the per hour a car functions most eco killed and injured in scout executive Ray f. Zaner Houdas with their parents Ino Mically. The most Miles per gallon accidents last year which specifically scout Thomas Crawford Clell Asbury and obtained at around that Speed As involved excessive Speed exit March Bugle by the -1 orchestra. Leesville with her Mother mrs. Mary Wise miss Mildred Chandlee Drexel Institute with her parents or. And mrs. Edgar Chandlee Charles Rob Inson University of Maryland Bis parents or. And mrs. Harry Robinson misses Elsie Bull and mar 3orie Sellers of West Chester and Ardmore respectively with their parents or. And mrs. William Sellers. Home. Interment will be in slate Ridge cemetery. Hubert p. Harkins has charge of the funeral arrangements. Delta grammar Guanes test spelling ability cont decl from last week last week in Detroit meeting is open to the Public b of Scran there will be no admission fee j with charged and All Are invited to a and tend and see what the scouts of this District Are doing. In cooperation with the plan of the i York county superintendent of pub Ilic instruction w. Wilson the i pupils in the Delta seventh and i eighth grades spelled the required i "100 words on last saturday in the Public school building though it j is necessary to make a Grade of 97% to enter the county cd Lesl All of the Delta or. And mrs. Walter Baker and children Edgar and Martin visited mrs. Baker s parents or and mrs. Twenty minnies on a so Oelion launch by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week pro Guam that his wife i t from the York Hospital where she was crowded Cut Las operation for Delta was Well represented at eighteenth annual Institute of the i and mrs Stillman High teen annual n York county women s Christian Brooklyn w. Temperance Union held in York last of their week. Among those having a place weeks. To enter the Rule 7. No person shall without local entrants made a creditable authority from the office turn on the . Miss m. Case Moore is water to any service. Pleased to publish these grades. This Rule shall not prevent plumb Louise dowing Randall Mclaughl ers from testing their work but in pm is that Morris Proctor Sidwell no Case must they leave the water 10q Koia Flahart Mary Sellers to Civ without a permit j Gloria Ramsay Frances Roberts Ruie 9 no owner or occupant William Arthur heaps Evelyn suddenly cod Laid his hand on my building of other premises in Schwartz Smith Snyder Sophia Christmas should Ever be thus i h found doing so the Supply will be Brown Isabel Galbreath Mason i t to simplicity hard in hand stopped and amount of payment Lor Williams Charles Ramsay of of Vath his mighty splendor the Angels Vaylle Williams Wilson District eat noodles to celebrate and shepherds of Bethlehem seem except where special per Watkins John Russell Odessa a birthday the length of the noodles very close m a St iting so hum njss1on be granted by the department j symbolizing Long after dinner we albeit in a world i fairly blazing each consumer must to applied mrs. Wang died yesterday we shed shepherds coming replied but her husband was at worship on the program were mesdames John Hammond Frances Barnett William t. Brown and Richard Rees f Rush Street and family have disbanded As the Soochow with i truth and Rush Street Ana Anu j. Tha t am non mrs Mary Sybeth Morts has j and the Farmers had Long distances witness Iru Ivi Brown and Richard Rees returned to Cedar Crest College after mrs. Hammond As Institute Leader easter hold a at her had charge of both sessions the first Day. In her talk she stressed Chris Tian citizenship urging All members to keep Well informed on Temperance matters by Reading the Union signal and the state bulletin. The importance of women using the ballot creating dry Homes and furthering the easter Delta. Smeltzer and continued on Page 3 land transfers York county first National Bank of Delta to to then Back we went to Noah s the crowd still at see the Candle i which everyone was talking real Temperance instruction for the Melvln j Shanbarger and wife a Eryin lower Chanceford town Lawrence l. Buchannan and wife Charles w. Sidwell a property in Young was pointed out with the in Junction to keep everlastingly on the Job. Mrs. Barnett in addition to serv ing on the publicity committee was in charge of Union signal promotion. In reference to that publication she albeit in a world i fairly blazing each consumer must do by hrs truth and Independent service pipes from the i know that i am honoured to be main. In Case two or More parties mtg Jyi Urphy expires Ess of so much a Justy Iare supplied with water from the after Short 1 ill no less Majestie than his same service pipe if either party fail truly no less Majestic than his same service pipe if either party fail i skies Tonitte is his kingly message to the water rates when due the j to i the world. What 3oy it is to be department May turn off the water his ambassador after Short illness coloured candles burned Down Ich everyone was Aing sputtered and went out one by one soon we were a twinkle with Gol red taper Eft to Reig after being ill Lor a week from a complication of diseases mrs. Sara until the rent is paid and the rules Louisa Murphy wife of James t. Complied Murphy died on tuesday morning at Den lights and the exclamations of supreme the crowd were most Gratifying. Than off the magic True came Tony rival in in i a. Jaipur any Jiuu in a. Rule 11 All persons taking water he. Home on Mam Streat aged 77 i Chat in twin Phi. Will keep their own service Stop Cocks and apparatus in Good , and protected from Frost at their own expense and shall prevent All unnecessary waste of water and years. Bottom township Charles w Sidwell and wife to Lawrence l Buchannan a in peach Bottom township Little Kitten was skipping Lor 3oy, to qts for the and the her Small braids Bobbing up and crowd melted away though the Blue Down. As i looked Down into a Semi Loon Light toward their Homes Many it is expressly stipulated by the do Circle of enraptured children s faces words of thanks and Many apartment that no claim Rhall be nude looking up holding wonder like a promises to learn of Christ a cast them by reason of the break the thrill of their so i happiness almost Hurt me. They their first Christmas besides her husband mrs. Murphy John s., j Calm of Delta one mrs Howard c Kearns of two Brothers John w. Cart Lvii c , Vii looking up holding wonder like a promises to learn snore of Christ against them by reason of the break county a sister mrs Albert the thrill of their so evident Wal Chad to Nam fio i heard the of any pipe or service cock Marysville to and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held Muiir a h on a stand a Ivohn them go i heard the my of any pipe or service cock Werc Happy laughter of Little children j to be continued echoing Down the streets and tooting of Small tin horns sounded l Oli ilk t strangely like music in Rny ears. A it. Hammond Abs Kkt o men urged those present to do everything Hari Oral possible to increase its circulation. M Sargable and husband to the extremely important subject of a Post inc three acres in and religious education Vas handled m distinct a very inspiring and helpful manner pictures of shepherds and Wise Sweet Content fill a my being. Y a Horn picture Rev John hair or. Has at Chanceford presbyterian Church you culled to officiate at the whore she was the Hevr and almost every other Clay was Enoch Williams. Who died c. W. Of Christmas somewhere Noah s Ark on monday the run Cral k Al Cli. Of of 1 then a by full Moon he an Orange easing toys tree. And will be held at 3 o clock us Fly Church the x a v Sis Jar is in Llic Cham a i Hurch True today As it Ever was that As the Twig is Bent so is the tree in therefore the proper Edu cation of the Young in matters of religion and morals is a necessity if to Are to have a nation of righteous third District. License to wed cooking utensils Aiu tiny Jii i j and Hun itself obligingly in a Maple All Over our Rural Field broke Terian Church. Or Hammond will cd motor it rec overhead and Venus the ice in Many a lonely canal and stay Over for the services on Bethlehem s Star of old blazed in the whenever she dropped Anchor at some he will preach at the Welsh l rest at ten o cock in Western heavens. Whenever be r port Why it was Christmas there by Terian Church at ten o clock in Venin Imi. Service. Clorn Pui a wll a 1l Watlo i the first stars began to tremble the Calendar Date made not a particle Welsh and in English at the evening we arc to Wilson b tar Burl aged 21 and Forth like the first instruments of difference. Christmas Early upright men and women with moral a. Isabelle Hughes 18 both of Delta touched softly one by december or even in january was not obtained marriage License at Bel air Klos studded Ului them a Whit less Gay than Christmas on _. _ it h in to certain at cards fiber and Backbone. Mrs. Richard res had charge of a few Days ago Noontide devotions and discharged her duties like a Veteran. Mrs Barnett reporting for the executive committee of the county organization announced that awards be Given for the Union recording the largest increase in membership Community Lub looking up i said softly a sky full of stars Over my head Blue and Topaz and misty red the Twenty fifth of december so in this manner heavy Hong Jolly Wang and i were Able to assist the Cardiff Community club will be a myriads of them with beating hearts All the Church centers with their Ccle of fire rations and to Spring Many a sur per dial Uorn Umily k re ular monthly meeting at which aeons cannot vex nor tire. Prise playing Santa in the villages. Hrej of or and mrs. Howard up the dome of heaven like a great and i assure you it takes All of Nom in a pkg to Roanh such a scattered to the Union that retains its full g and to All units that sponsor Young people s branches and Loyal Temperance legions. Proctor on Friday , april a or and mrs. Howard Allen in u it Guiod a group of friends at cards a their Home on Mam Street on starts tji tuesday conc Day evening of last week an enjoyable evening was spent and re d. O. Sewing factory after being Idle for Many months freshment were served. Prizes were ,1 see them marching stately and still. Missionary society plans All Day meeting Whiteford flue fire keeps boys stepping a flue fire at the House occupied by or. And mrs. Kenneth Little. I and i know that i am honoured to to witness of so much three weeks to reach such a scattered family for they represent two Mil Lions of people in a Section covering two Hundred Square Miles especially do in when we travel on Noah a rejment of oratory at work after being Idle Lor Many , Fri sements were server. The Delta Branch of the d. D. By mrs. Lane r Whitaker sewing factory resumed operations Randall o Mclau til n and Amos on tuesday morning. The manager Hively j e. Williams informs us the those present were or. And mrs Plant is running on a Lano r. Whitaker. Or. And mrs. Minimum wage scale according to Randall o. A Clarhlm misses Mil the provision of the code and they Rcd we Nukic a Charlotte Rigdon Are expecting to have a full corp la Beatrice Iti Cly messes. Edwin my i i slipped off the end of the boat j whose Middle name should be Snail. The Slateville missionary society will hold an All Day meeting next thursday april 12, at the Chapel. The following ladies will act As hostesses mesdames James Mackin son Joseph Wiley Chester Mclaughlin Dale Malone and miss Anna Wiley. stood on the Bank Back of the crowd looking Down on the twinkling clock and the people listening so if Over my motor boat dream realized much More should be Possi ble. Because altho i love this old Whiteford but owned by mrs. Stan quietly. The quaintness and Charm tub of a Houseboat for its horniness i Ley Amos played Possum with shelf the picture seemed strangely say it fails at Many an in fire laddies on saturday keeping with the Story of to too ton heavy for and came to life again at around herds Oil Bethlehem s Plains. Sunday morning. A generous Wang s Clear Young voice rang out of the week. A Laughlin Paul and Amos Hively and i or. And mrs. H. S. Allen. This is Good news not Only for those who Are employed at the Plant grand visitation but to the entire Corr Dimity. The j Whir of the machines is the music a Raj g t Brancu mr.s-. Mary portent crisis. It is too to heavy for the great Lake too Clumsy for the wide canals in Windy weather too t big for travel up the Many Small of Prosperity and the most of. Us Are d it civic Ken the Liolios auxiliary of Delta a in disc a Ollil to j it use of chemicals finally put the frosty night pleading a place jul tic Mary chapter quietus on it and there was Little in their hearts for the King of love j canals and too slow for anything up Hail. Toi Star t from smoke. I Kinc of Kings born in a lowly continued next week ,0wed by cards. Supper. 35c cards. I5c. Bulette and daughters Lula and Ethel motored Down from York on last thursday night and attended the grand visitation that night at pen Mary chapter no. 67, order of the k. i is paper

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