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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 12, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaHerald the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 15 clubs and guilds draw Good crowds Dexta York county pa., thursday april 12, 1934 Gustau Liskh brotherhood hears inspiring address and original poem i the men s brotherhood of slate an interesting program was in Iville presbyterian Church met at loved by members of the Cardiff j Delta Chapel on monday evening at Community club at its meeting o clock. The principal speaker of Friday evening at the Home of or. I the evening was the Rev. George h. And mrs Howard Proctor. The main Johnston d. D., of new Harmony features were Reading let s who gave an inspiring address on mrs. David Pyle poem the miss Virginia Bulette Reading Mak ing miss Guy Mccurdy our local poet Samuel j. Card was also present and read an original Vii a to Reading As a boy mrs. Poem on which was o h heaps duet mrs. Arthur Rob j highly appreciated by those in at Tason an mrs. Harry Robinson. Pre j Tendance. It appears in another ceding the literary program there was column. At the conclusion of the a business session presided Over by program delicious refreshments were the president mrs. W. E. Arthur. I served by the committee. Those present were mesdames w. J e. Arthur o. H. Heaps. William Orr j Richard Rees David Pyle Howardl Hamilton Howard Proctor s. J. Adams Arthur Robinson. Harry Rob Inson misses Alice and Guyanna Mccurdy and Virginia Bulette. Deaths 1nlrural sections shoot up Mason Dixon Lions bring Back Bacon 80 Delta social club Ian. Ulics in an attack of blood poisoning Fol lowing the extraction of three Teeth proved fatal to Austin Wilson Lloyd son of or. And mrs. Benjamin Lloyd members of the social club were Cardiff a member of the civilian delightfully entertained at the Home conservation wednesday after of or. And mrs. M. S. Macomber on noon april 4, Potomac Valley last Friday afternoon. Those present i Hospital key Serow. A. Were mesdames b. W. Jones v. G. The Young Man was 26 years old Stubbs j. T. Galley o. H. Heaps Wil been with the acc in West Liam Stubbs h. J. Evans Leroy Rig i Virginia for some time. He was a Don Howard Proctor William graduate of the slate Ridge High m. S. Macomber Richard Rees and school. Besides his parents two Harry Robinson. I Brothers and two Sisters survive him Allen and Harold both Westminster Guild at Nome Thomas Walker car miss Helen Lytle entertained the a diff mrs Amos Bel my. 20 9o 70 5o 3o 8o 6o 7o 50 60 to 70 50 when n. Max Scarborough of Delta and m. Stanley Mccomas Emory a. Mccomas and George f. Har Rison of Bel pitch their pipes together in a singin match it s just too bad for any rival combination and we Don t mean maybe. The truth of this assertion was demonstrated again of tuesday night when this invincible quartet starred for the Mason Dixon Lions club in a stunt contest which was a part of the charter night program of the newly organized Lions club at Dallastown. Every Lions club in York county was represented at this meeting and interest in the stunt contest was keen but of the seven competing clubs the Mason Dixon club with its ver Satile four was an easy Winner of the prize and won Hearty applause from the Large crowd of Lions present. Borough water Supply rules continued from last week total Urban Rural Westminster Guild on saturday of funeral services were held on i i Terai Viv co Temon. Following devotional exer afternoon at 2 o clock at the Cisera conducted by mrs. Henry mob j of his parents with burial in Ley the president miss Beryl by Gate Ridge cemetery Man had charge of the business ses Sion. A literary program full of in the rate of death from primary automobile accidents for the total United states registration area has increased almost 49 per cent from u-23 to 1932. In the Urban territory of the United states the death rate has increased 27 per cent but in the Rural Section of the country the Terest and entertainment completed the work of the afternoon. J those present were mesdames is other local happenings of interest mrs. Miriam Stewart Attyd children. Stewart and Helen Lytle. Date of death has increased 83 per cent this greater gain of deaths from automobile accidents in Rural territories brought out in statistics of the travellers insurance company reflects the seriousness of accidents in Rural sections due largely to the rates of Speed involved in Many of the crashes that occur in highways. Twenty minutes on a Soochow launch by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week Rule 12. The use of hand Hose for any purpose whatever without nozzle is prohibited and in no Case will a nozzle larger than one eighth Inch diameter be allowed except by special permit the use of which must be limited to two 2 hours per Day and discontinued in Case of fire. In Sprink Ling streets and sidewalks each water taker shall confine himself to the front of his premises and one half the Width of the Street in front Rule 13. Hydrants taps Hose Baths and water closets and urinals excepting Public for which a special permit will be will not be permitted to be running when not in actual Rule 19. In Case of fire or an alarm of fire or in making repairs or extensions or for other necessary auxiliary the ladies auxiliary of the Delta m. P. Church met thursday after noon at the Home of miss Anna Jones mrs. W. T. Brown presiding. After prayer by miss Jones the Secretary. Mrs. S. James Wilson and mrs. War Ren Pennington treasurer made their reports. On the conclusion of the meeting the following liter i musical program was pre three readings scrubbing a glad and from the other mrs. B. F. Ruley Reading unfinished miss Anna Jones Reading mrs. Millard Jones duet put on your old Gray mrs. Emma cant Ler and mrs. Belva Williams. Mrs. George Botts was received As a new member. Committees for the May meeting were appointed As Fol lows social miss Alma macombs. Mrs. Henry Poff. Mrs. William mrs. William Pyle sr., and Warren Pennington entertain ment mrs. John Judd mrs Frances Jones mrs. Irene Cantler mrs. David Hughes and mrs. Charles o. Brown visiting the sick miss Laura Boswell continued on Page 4 mrs. George Jones and daughter Anna spent the week end in Balti 1 or extensions or for other necessary so though i feel ungrateful to at eight o clock a party of chinese of the work the department betray so Jolly an old Barge As this and us foreigners climbed into a the right to shut off the i be longed with All my heart for j or. And mrs. Robert porch spent sunday evening with Richard Henry land family. J mrs. Chester Cooper and son Charles Dean of Delta spent sunday with mrs. Thomas Henry. J miss Etta Larue of Aberdeen is spending some time with her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. James Schenk. I i miss Alta Orr of Whiteford visited her grandmother mrs. Thomas Honry on sunday. Or. And mrs. Charles Fulton and daughter Mary or. And mrs. Ralph Fulton and children Donald Gertrude visited friends in red lion sunday Al ter noon. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Little were guests of mrs. Thomas Henry on sunday. Or. And mrs. Walter Taylor of red lion visited the latter s Mother mrs. Aged with All my heart Lor of Ric carriages drove to of reaching those Brave and St souls isolated on the Lake the West Gate at Wimch place we or out of reach in Distant Mountain scrambled aboard a launch bound for towns. Be their need a desperate the town of Wood and Waterways a shag Ancl nose Lor need either physical or spiritual we where Jolly Wang my faithful co j streets Yards gardens or outside Are powerless to help because the worker and the Houseboat awaited us. Whenever the Public Emer Waterways which pass their doors Are after the usual Church program requires infirm Stahle to a draft so cumbersome and dinner there Jolly Wang stopped _ at once and keep it shut off As Long As May be necessary. The department also reserves the right to suspend the use of fountains pave Hose for sprinkling disputed marriage tangles up estate i i widow of former sheriff Bow Man forced into court to prove right to share in property. Will be heard by jury As an aftermath to the tragic death of former sheriff Reese m. Bowman along with three others in an automobile Accident on sunday Imreh 18, suit has been instituted to j determine whether or not mrs. Kath Arine Hopkins Bowman is the Law Ful widow of the late sheriff. Litigation started when mrs. Bow Man asked the orphan s court at Bel to Grant her letters of administration on or. Bowman s estate. Previously John c. Bowman an elder brother had filed a caveat objecting to the alleged widow s application on the ground that they had never been married and that she was not the widow of Reese m. Bowman As she was reputed to be and As she declared herself in her application. After a hearing before judges Harry c. Scarff Bradley w. Kindley and James Riley on tuesday they refused to make a decision and turned the entire matter Over to the circuit court for adjudication. Frederick Lee Cobourn attorney for mrs. Bowman asked the court to Frame issues to be sent to the circuit court to be heard before a jury to determine first whether or not any marriage ceremony had bean performed and second whether or not mrs. Bowman is the lawful widow j of Reese m. Bowman. It was brought out in the hearing that a marriage License had been procured in Dover Del., on november 29, 1933. Messes. John s. Young and s. Stanley Spencer represented the Camealor. I or. Bowman was previously mar ried and his alleged marriage to miss Katherine Hopkins a Harford county school teacher followed the dissolution of his first marriage by divorce. Caustic soda Burns Dairy employee Rule 21. After specifying the amounts and time of rentals Dis impassable to a Craft so cumbersome and dinner there Jolly Wang stopped a the we could snap our to Lead a discussion class by special fingers at pirates and baffling winds request of some Alert Young people appointments might be made and and the rest of us steamed Home again a h a s kept if one had a. Good motor boat by launch. Paragraph y but dreams Are they i must there followed some Tennis the after water has been turned off possess my soul in patience till they making of a few placards and a for non payment of rent it will no come True. It s a world where any merry dinner party which was All turned on again until All rentals a have been paid and an additional charge of 50c. For turning on e thing can and at present american at which we wore our Best pm supposed to be showing you format gowns and ate Goose and pictures of last Christmas not of pudding by the Light of a dozen those in future years at one Church Center Over a Hun dred christians made merry. The i de candles. The next Day i was forced to take a Holiday As Noah s Ark the House Soochow girls auxiliary contributed wits m use so t accepted an music and stories to the program. From a chinese official who Ira Mcdermott who is employed at the Woodbine Plant of the Fairfield Western Maryland Dairy was severely burned about the arms Chest and face with caustic soda a few Days ago. The fact that he was wearing goggles at the time of the Accident i prevented serious injury to his eyes. After receiving first Aid at the Plant he was taken to the office of or. W. E. Arthur Cardiff for further treat ment. Rule 23. Any person who shall Moke acc vacancies for eligible persons without permission open communication with the water main or other service pipe or turn the water on turned off by the department or open except in Case of lire or music and stories to the program. Ill station from a chinese official who or there was a Gay Exchange of gifts took a of g out for a any lire hydrant or cause , around the Christmas tree after a Tel but of that won contamination of the water Supply. , a. in lir than to find Florl scout court of Honor draws unusual crop d five Delta boys were awarded Merit badges at the court of Honor for the Southern District of the York Adams area Council boy scouts held in the firemen s mall on tuesday night. John e. Bulette and Benj. Tom received the Star and other badges were Given to Rob Ert a. Galbreath Herbert h. Finch jr., and w. Wilson Galbreath. The program went off pretty much As published in these columns last Delta troop no. 47, put on a very impressive ceremony. Scout Cath and and pulled off an on sunday. Mrs. Chester Debaugh. Of Havre de Grace has returned Home after spend ing several Days with her father George Mckinley. Walter o Conner of Baltimore was the Foiest of g. Leroy Holden Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Brook Thomas of Towson attended the funeral of their Cousin William Myers on saturday. Mrs. Abe Mclaughlin and mrs. Ralph Fulton and daughter Gertrude spent thursday with or. And mrs. Frank Montgomery. 1 miss Ruth Henry of Whiteford and Woodrow Windsor of Dublin spent sunday in Oxford a. Misses Verba Snodgrass Helen Rowan Edith Ruff and Austin Rowan and Charles Ruff spent a Day at washing ton recently. The following school directors of peach Bottom township attended the p1ct11c Uil ulna Ljusi. I careful explanation to the non Erful Day of boats and hikes j shall will by Law be liable to Fine and christians that we were not tree Haye to Tel you in another letter for pics Ozment worshippers. Christian Farmers who if a up in non Christ Rule 25. When leaks occur m had brought in pork cabbages Rice Massy Piacesi and traditions and service pipes at any Point beyond the and other farm produce the previous famous Mountain peaks. I rain they must be immediately Day prepared a feast of Good things were Christmas repaired by the owner or occupant. 1 j t i r i i a i i n i Rinc Jelm. So after our morning service we Sal. Rily least a Nice Uio nig the h and the. Institutional Karmiy that we were. Center All celebrated so breakfasts but that was not the end of the Hope Duy s activities for a group of thirty begged Jolly Wang and me to hold a have at Home song service and Bible classes for there Are four other denominations them which we gladly did for the besides the rest of the afternoon. School directors reelect superintendent Wilson prof. William f. Wilson who has St of the afternoon Soochow so just multiply All this been county superintendent of schools Christmas Day was characterized by five and you la have some idea of Ifor the past ten years was reelected by an Early morning serenade. And How Busy on is just going to things to that position for another term of when i say Early i mean three at Christmas in our town i really four years at a meeting of the school thirty the Church choir came a was t at Home much but Between directors held in York on tuesday Carol Ling but that made it easier to country trips i stacked up my Mvi Forenoon get partially dressed and to dash for and marvelled at the dizzy the stockings hanging by the fire Pace my fellow workers were keep place downstairs. Of yes we have ing up Day after Day. Real Christmas m China l continued next week i religious training school begins sunday night i _ Solo much of the Success of the affair was due to the Mccorts of scout master r. E. Barnhart. 3 Cambria Church plans to Burn mortgage youth has birthday Veteran returns to Job William h. Smith who will com plete nine years of service As mail Carrier at the Delta Post office in september is Back on the Job again looking Hale and Hearty after having spent the Winter months at Claymont Del. A grandson Lewis heaps died while he was away. 1 what is rather unusual for these 1 times of economic stress Cambria m. P. Church Whiteford is plan j Ning to Burn its mortgage on Sun w. Wilson Galbreath celebrated april 15. Special services have his sixteenth birthday anniversary Chen arranged for and outstanding by entertaining a number of his speakers will be present at both the Young friends at the Home of his i afternoon and evening services. The Mother mrs. J. T. Calbreath main revs. William scorn Cisco of Balti Street. On wednesday night. The More and j. W. Parris of Dover evening was spent with games Fol will deliver the afternoon and loved by refreshments. A number of dresses and at night the Rev. W. F. Useful and valuable presents were Wright of Glen Burnie md., will received. About thirty were present speak. The Public is invited. 1 government abolishes slate Hill Post office according to an order issued by the Post office department at washing ton d. C., on last thursday the Post office at slate Hill will be Discon tinned after the end of the current month. Mail for that office will be handled from the Delta Post office and delivered by Carl Snyder Carrier on route 3. This Means the end of a Post office of Long standing. Walter Wiley who has been postmaster for the past ten or More years will continue Gen eral store at that place. I the opening session of the religious training school will be la id at the Darlington m. E. Church on sunday night april Emory Highland Dublin and Darlington churches will participate in the pro Gram. The Rev. E. Rip Fin of Grutch. Near Baltimore will bring the the director emergency Conser vation work Washington d. C., Lias authorized additional enrolments in the veterans contingent., civilian conservation corps during the period april i to 16. 1934, to Jill existing Van docs in the work Camps any Veteran of the world War Spanish american War philippine insurrection and Boxer rely lion who i i physically Able to do Ordinary manual labor m a work Camp is eligible for enrolment. At the Cal time 250 vacancies Cost in tin quota for inn Sylvamus any War Veteran interested should write at once for an application. One is being drafted for tin tipi gency conservation work an to on i of these jobs is a Applina i tion is voluntary. To apply unles.-, Luis to into a Camp Hie with a group of two Hun i dred men and give his Bent cifors to the Job the applicant will receive food clothing and shelter in Camp Tor a i period of six months. In addition he will receive a minimum Cash allow acc of per month three quarters of which should be allotted to dependents any interested War Veteran should Forward name find address to the manager veterans administration 53rrt and Arch streets Philadelphia in Lor an application and any additional information regarding the Meier inns contingent. Spring Arbor Day Council of religious education will be awarded to those satisfactorily completing courses. The instructors Are Dean prof. A. H. Gray Cal registrar mrs. W. A. Harry the revs. Robert b. Wierer Edwin Shell ing and Raymond e. Mauley. Governor Puchol on monday Dusig Friday april 13, As Spring Arbor and Bird Day for the Southern part of Pennsylvania. The Day will i to observed in the schools with pro Grams and exercises emphasizing tho Worth and Beauty of forests and Birds

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