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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 6, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately Orer hip Stathen York county Senasy Ironia and Northern Hartford of hts Maryland vol. La. No. 14 Dexta York county. Pa., thursday april 6, 1933 Esi Ablis la i locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford mrs Hugh r Evans has been in disposed for several Days or and mrs n w heaps Delta or and mrs Francis Enfield Street my or and mrs Cleveland heaps and daughter miss Mae heaps and James Gallion of Prospect my at tended the funeral of Bertram Myers held in Baltimore on monday or and mrs Clell Asbury of Prospect r a were guests of or and mrs Rupert i Stubbs on sunday or and mrs i h Szplett and son Edward and Owen Dooley of Washington d a visited their Mother mrs Mary Dooley on Sun Day miss Esther Ford of Prospect baseball battlers put on War paint Odd put True spent several Days recently with her a int mrs Maggie Jones Ivan White Woodbine spent Mon Day in Delta mrs William Fisher and daughter miss Edith Fisher and son Billy spent saturday in York miss Maryetta Williams is nursing a very sore hand caused by a Burn Parke Scarborough a student at Penn state College spent the week end with his parents or and mrs c p Scarborough or and mrs b f Roberts of de troit Mich were guess for several clays of their cousins mrs Annie Jones and Ellis Williams East main Street miss Margaret Stewart a student at Goucher College is spending a vacation with her parents or and mrs Robert a Stewart mrs m j a Davies was summoned to Slatington this week on account of the death of a relative miss Reba Wise Delta r d visited her aunt mrs Amy Anderson and family of Fawn Grove for Sev eral Days mrs Abel Morris Delta r d saturday evening with or and mrs Walter Fox Cardiff miss Pauline Wallace York visited Lier brother in Law and sister or and Spring fever has Long been a familiar malady at this season of the year but wherever you see red blooded american youth you Are Likely to find that the Advent of Spring brings another fever which does not run its course until late in the fall j this disease is commonly known As the baseball fever and it has already broken out in this in the neighbourhood of Cardiff and Whiteford the a Whiteford athletic association has been organized and a baseball team is in process of formation to play in the pen mar league for the coming season Henry Whiteford is president Howard Fowler Secre tary treasurer and John m Dooley manager of the baseball team a number of old reliable players have already signed for the season along with some promising new Tim Ber and there is every reason for believing that the team will have a most successful season such an optimistic View is All the More justified by the selection of such a seasoned Veteran of the Diamond As or Dooley for manager the very practical problem of out fitting the new team presents it self and contributions Are being solicited from various individuals and organizations As a further Aid m this direction a bake Sale is being held on saturday april 8, at the pen mar theater which will afford the Public an Opportunity to show its sympathy and cooperation music class gives pleasing a recital numerous parents and friends of the pupils of mrs Gerald g heaps attended a recital Given by the pupils at the Home of mrs heaps on Satur Day afternoon the program was As follows piano Solo Mary had a Little Ann Elizabeth Soiot Coil s dream and Dorothy i Bay piano duet Minnie Bay and mrs mrs Howard Archer recently fears read lag miss Marjone Swit mrs Mary Elizabeth moms and miss Kathryn Buchard students at Cedar Crest College Allentown were visitors at the former s Home Here mrs John w Barton of Fawn Grove who has been ill is improved mrs Nannie Wicks of Delta has been taking care of her miss Roma me Morris spent Satur Day and sunday with her Cousin miss Rebecca Brooks misses Louise Robinson and Belva Hughes students at Western Mary land College Are spending a vacation with parents or and mrs a Rthur Robinson Cardiff and or and mrs Hugh Hughes Whiteford or and mrs Chester slump and son Kenneth and mrs Sale Urey of Baltimore Spert sunday their Cousin William Galbreath Delta r d Guy Parthree of near Delta who has been sick is improved mrs Kate Edwards who was not so Well for several Days is improved mrs f e Mcguigan Whiteford r a spent several Days with or and mrs c j Taylor Dallastown or and mrs Clell Asbury Prospect my and or and mrs Rupert i Stubbs Delta were guests of or and mrs Walter Gladden on sunday Abe l Morris was a caller at the Home of or and mrs Harry m Brooks on saturday evening miss Adda Noerr spent the week end at Penn state College miss Eleanor Morris was the guest or her aunt miss Mary Williams Baltimore on saturday the following visited or and mrs George Ruff Fawn Grove on sunday or and mrs c r Ruff and children Ruth Reba and Chester or and miss Zer piano Solo Larne Waltz Oleita Choate piano duet Ruth Wilhelm and Minnie Bay violin Solo Minnie Bay piano Solo be mar Garet Scarborough Reading miss Marjorie Switzer piano Solo sounds from the kingdom Ruth Wilhelm piano duet Dorothy and Minnie Bay piano Solo the Minnie Bay two selections mrs heaps Reading miss Marjone Swit Zer those present were Ruth Wilhelm Margaret Scarborough Minnie Bay Dorothy Bay Oleita and Clara Choate Ann Elizabeth heaps Mae heaps Jennie Choate miss Marjorie Switzer mesdames Russell Scarborough Guy Scarborough John w Bay Daniel Wilhelm o h heaps Gerald g heaps and messes p l Choate and o h heaps mrs Plett entertains Salem society Gulf not a of grow Uke twist to tuba prow Vilas it omut to Scott w10 or. Thompson lands court House berth lady gets card party and birthday dinner mrs Bertha Mclaughlin was Given a dinner and card party on Friday evening m Honor of her birthday anniversary at the Home of her son in Law and daughter or and mrs Evvard g Ruff Delta r d those present were mrs Bertha Delta High band practice started a v High school band takes course of eight lessons Mclaughlin or heaps or Laughon and mrs concert in the High school building to mrs Laugham or and mrs Edgar Chand Lee or and mrs Edward g Ruff or and mrs Lewis Ruff and Robert Carl Ruff Dublin High hears plans for band the Parent teacher association of the Dublin High school held its regu Lar meeting on tuesday evening april 4, at the school building this att Moon eighth lesson is completed will give1 a demonstration band and Are taking the course Insl auctions they Are Isabel Hughes clarinet Donald Dick and Paul Noerr saxophones Thomas Crawford Rob Ert Macomber and Mary Gladys Jones trumpets Roland Parthree trombone Langdon Canco and Julian Rightmire mellophone Wilson Gal breath Drums after the demonstration concert they will be augmented by six students who already play in the school orchestra they Are Charles Johnston Maxwell Scarborough and Faye Pickel trumpets Joe Johnston trom after the routine business had been j done Bass violin Ben Burk and Bass transacted an entertainment was Given by some of the pupils the meeting was then turned Over to h Hunter Wilder of the musical education association and a Parent student group were told How a band could be organized and drum Price Scott a Fife band will be started during the coming week which will embrace the entire student grades and High school departments a very boy scouts plan admit one new member troop 47 boy scouts of America Delta met on monday evening april 3 in the fire company Hall the meeting was m charge of the scout master prof Raymond e Barnhart the meeting was opened by the scouts repeating the scout oath Paul Noerr was admitted into the troop it was decided that a hike was to be taken it is said on Good authority that Paul e Thompson of Delta was named this morning to be clerk to the county commissioners of York county to succeed the late j Roy Showalter who was killed in an Auto mob e Accident at Glen Junore Lan Caster county monday morning Maron 20, As he was leaving the Home of his sister to return to his duties at tins appointment will without doubt meet Voith general approval throughout the county without Dis Pai aging the qualifications of any Otner applicant it is Safe to say that would be difficult to find any one better qualified than or Thompson to discharge the duties of this responsible position or Thompson is a son of or and mrs d g Thompson of near Delta. He graduated from the Delta High school and the Millersville state teachers College and after spend ing several years As a High school teacher entered the Fawn Grove Bank As a Teller. Later for a period of nine years he served As assistant cashier of the first National Bank at Delta when that institution merged with the Peoples National Bank last year he was retained on the Force until the first of this month his experience As a teacher and banker together with his habit of Industry courteous manner and pleas ing personality will stand him in Good Stead in the position to which he has been named the citizens of Delta Are elated Over the recognition accorded this Corner of the county and proud that this Honor has come to a local boy we Are confident that the Wisdom of this appointment will be come More Manifest As time goes on and that the new appointee will measure up to the High Standard set by his predecessor. Time Sot for leaving is 10 00 a m on account of a fair balance it has been decided that dues will be dispensed with until re registration in May Delta High news forms new staff following its usual custom at this season of the year Delta High school has selected the staff for the Delta High news for the next term those v to arc to direct the paper for the Rew term Are editor j h Johnston the ladies society of Salem m e Church held its regular meet ing at the Home of mrs Ewell Plett Delta r d on thursday afternoon the meeting was opened by the Mem Bers singing stand up for Jesus the scripture lesson was read by mrs Nora Posey and mrs Smith led in prayer this was followed by a song take time to be read ing mrs Annie Kilgore recitations by mrs Samuel Haugh mrs Carrie Smith and mrs Ross Barton a business meeting was then held when a report of the last meeting was Given followed by the Roll Call the Dorothy. Chandlee misses Betty grif meeting closed by the lord s prayer with and Margaret Rowan All of Delta m unison refreshments were served mrs r d and Harry Ruff Airville miss Arleen Canco Delta r d those present were mrs Frank Montgomery mrs Alice Montgomery recently visited her Friend miss Janet j mrs w b Pom rang mrs a m Holland Walker mrs r d Snyder mrs Lena Plett mrs m l Hess mrs Harry or and mrs Archie Bair Delta r d were guests of or and mrs ram say Snyder Fawn Grove recently mrs j n Gemmill and daughter Betty Ann have returned Home after Iii tag her parents or and mrs w j Thomas Prospect Park and her brother in Law and sister or and mrs Ralph Bishop of Philadelphia or and mrs John stump moved on tuesday from the Hawkins build ing Delta to or George Holland s farm near Fawn Grove continued on Page 4 Point among mrs Ross Barton mrs Annie Hess mrs Sylvester Pomranig mrs Howard Smith mrs William Fisher mrs Roy Smith mrs Grace Glenn mrs Hiram Blacklock mrs Huber Glenn mrs Nora Posey mrs Annie Fisher mrs Agnes Webb mrs Ellis Kilgore mrs Wesley Kilgore mrs Amanda Pagen mrs Samuel Haugh mrs Annie Bell and miss Nora Glenn Futar protect children please taught to reach of All furnishes a Fife music play simple pieces after eight lessons and instructions Given by a Well had been Given 1 Nown musician who will accustom the use of an instrument and the the boys and girls to Mai Clung while eight lessons can be procured Tor a playing very Small or Wilder said j through the plan of the musical education association the student interested m playing any instrument m a band is Given an adaptability test and the particular instrument to which he is suited will be recommended various instruments were demonstrated showing their place in the band and their purpose in producing balanced tonal qualities or Wilder will spend some time in the neighbourhood working with those who have shown their interest in the plan it is estimated that about two Hun dred persons attended the meeting c Community club the regular meeting of the Cardiff Community club will be held at the Home of or and mrs Harry Robin missionary girls hold or assistant editor Ruth Whiteford nominal sum within the managing editor Ruth Spidle associate editors Grace Wise Eliza Beth Ayres and Mildred Whitaker business manager Elinor Morris assistant manager n Max Well scar Borough or advertising manager William Wilson Galbreath with Spring Here the Gover nor s committee on Street and Hij Jhaj safety lists the Fol lowing As the most common causes of Street accidents involving children skating in the Street or games in the Street. Dashing into the Street after an elusive Ball on to moving vehicles. Streets Between into use tons kites in the Street. Son Friday evening o clock april 7, at 8, meeting and social school girl entertains operetta cast at Home miss Fary Pickel entertained the cast of the operetta Given by Delta High school students at her Home at cold Neville on Friday evening those present were. Misses Sara Torbert Hilda Ruff Ruth Spidle Belva Wilson Mary Gladys Jones Fay Pickel messes Roger Barton Edwin Mclaughlin Donald Snyder Charles Johnston Fordice Thompson Paul Wise Max Pickel j. Pickel and mrs n misses Anna Kathryn and Helen Samsell entertained the Alice Hyson missionary society at their Home sat urday afternoon following Devotion Al exercises a social hour was enjoyed after which the guests were invited to the dining room a there refreshments were served those present were mrs m s Macomber misses Beryl Wyman Dorothy Glasgow Mildred Glasgow Corrie Scotten Frances Pyle Flor ence Ross Emily Williams Helen Samsell Charlotte Pennngton Jean assistant advertising manager Emily Proctor circulation manager Louise Fedley assistant circulation managers meryl Patton Harvey Wayne and mar Garet Malone alumni editor Mary Beard assistant alumni editor Mary Fulton humor editor Jennie sch Wartz Art editor Charlotte Holland boys sports editor Charles Johnston girls sports editor Kathleen Noerr Exchange editor Hazel Ramsay re porters Belva Wilson Ruth Wise Helen Hickey and Edna mag Laughon As some of the members of this staff have held other positions in previous terms and arc More or less familiar with the duties devolving upon them the future of the Delta High news will be in capable hands and we predict a successful paper during their tenure in office unlicensed paddlers told to keep out of Delta Constable c o Holden reports that two paddlers who were soliciting in Delta were questioned by him and found to have no License an armenian Selling tapestry re fused to secure the necessary License and crossed the state line into Mary land the other a vender of fruit paid the License fee of one Dollar or Holden states that he intends to Stop the activities in Delta of All such itinerant merchants who fail to pay the License fee required by the Borough legislation proposed by 1ork representatives oing girl gives p on Birt Iid by anniversary miss Mildred Montgomery near Delta celebrated her 13th birthday anniversary on saturday afternoon h giving a party at her Home games and refreshments were enjoyed those present were misses Bernice Parthree Hazel Parthree Eunice Parthree Sarah Thompson Virginia eurkus Helen Montgomery Dorothy Montgomery Hilda Montgomery masters Harold Parthree and Kenneth Sliver Anna Kathryn Samsell and Montgomery and mrs Frank Mont mrs w m Samsell 1 Gomery under a Bill introduced by rep. Jacob m film Cobaugh York county the state department of agriculture would be authorized to establish standards of Quality and condition canned food containers and standards of. Containers Tor such foods nine Road Bills were introduced by representative film Cobaugh under them the state would take Over the Cor Striction and maintenance of the roads concerned which Are Keesey s Corners to Hopewell Blymeyer s hotel to the Bridge near Barsh Mger s Mill m York township Dallastown relay Road Chanceford Church to route 66013, Parke keys Road Gat a Belville to route m East Hope Ell township Dallastown to Bly Empire s school Fulton Borough to Brogueville state and the Road connecting route 126 with Rural route 6c 012 near new Bridgeville Bill introduced in the legislature b co Herbert b Cohen York county makes an appropriation of 000 for the payment of pension claims allowed by the state to disabled employees rep Raymond j Shettel York county introduced Bills to make state highways of the East mount Mullens roads Highway and the Bridge Road Bike Sale there will be a bake Sale at the pen mar theatre building saturday april 8, beginning at 11 o clock. Cakes pies biscuits Candy dressed chickens Etc

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