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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 19, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No 16 Delta York county pa., thursday april 19, 1934 Itric societies enjoy Lively meetings girl has pleasing birthday Surprise a party was Given at the Home of i As usual the meeting of the e slate or. And mrs. Daniel d. Sno Grasson Ville missionary society at Delta j monday april 16, in Honor of the six Chapel on last thursday was Well Teeth birthday anniversary of their i speeds As dangerous As Falls a attended and the program greatly enjoyed. The president mrs. Leroy daughter Virginia. The guests were misses Hixene Greer Emily Proctor. Rigdon had charge of the business Mary Gladys Jones Elizabeth Ayres session. I Ana Enfield Helen Rowan Ruth those present were Rev. And mrs. Ruff Reba Ruff Belva Wilson ruin b. W. Jones mesdames v. G. Stubbs Spidle Isabel Galbreath Mary e. Thomas h. Wheeler Rupert Stubbs Dunlap Pauline Clark Helen Rob j. T. Galbreath Henry c. Whiteford j erts Beulah Jarvis Bobby Macom Joseph Wiley Mary Coyne Margaret be Billy Cowley Junior Scarborough Stokes Merton Kerr c. B. Dempsey Rov Kohlbus Donald Dick Vincent Wajter Carico Arthur Robinson John Braderick Samuel Mclaughlin de Bay Harry Robinson Joseph Conley join Thompson Donald Thompson Al Albert Stubbs Elisha Davis Scott Bert Ayres Julian Rightmire Jim Whiteford Emma Jones Harry Gal Fulton Paul Noerr Benny Tobin breath Stephen Cooper Charles Wilson Galbreath Frank Scotten Thompson Hugh Scotten James Thomas Crawford Austin Rowan j. Mackinson Dale Malone Chester me pc. Cowley Alvill Snodgrass Verba Lau Goclin Amos Thomas Ross ram Snodgrass Mildred Snodgrass or. Say Lewis Scarborough Sara mr3 Brooke Snodgrass or. And Hicks Greer Marshall Scarbor Ough Amy Glasgow Harry Mackison Sarah Elliott William Whiteford de far Montgomery d. D. Snodgrass Albert Peale misses Anna Wiley Louise Whiteford and Ruth Thomas. Mary Hyde society meets mrs. Daniel Snodgrass. Other local happenings of interest mrs. C. R. Glackin is seriously ill an interesting program in at her Home near Whiteford. Joyed by the Mary Hyde society mrs. Scott Street has returned to its meeting at the Home of mrs. Mar j her Home in Delta after spending the shall t. Heaps on Friday evening. I water at Drexel Hills. Mrs. M. Wheeler served As assist Harry Hook and ant hostess and mrs. Stanley Amos Imail of Towson my were recent acted As Leader. J of or. And mrs. M. Dooley. Those in. Attendance were Mes to _ or. And mrs. William h. Day or. Dames w. E. Arthur j. M. Wheeler i or. J c Macomber and daughter Alma Viola Arthur Stanley Amos m. T. Heaps j. M. Dooley Floyd Wyman mls Odessa Weeke were among Quinteros Howard Hamilton diary Vilhelm Guy Scarborough Russell Scarborough Howard Walker Wil Liam Tweedle John Orr. Harry Hook a car going 40 Miles per hour is Point to Point j four times As capable of inflicting at my lady s Manor on damage As at 20 Miles. When going saturday. Mrs. William Sparks returned to 60 Miles per hour it is nine times As Home in Delta on saturday after capable damage. Auto a dents developed for last year Robert c. Roberts h. M. Hughes spending two weeks with relatives r. C. Thompson m. H Uhler Owen and friends at Reading and Tamaqua. Greider h. S. Butler h. M. Miss Mary Eunice Scarborough and misses Florence Mcconky and who is employed in. Philadelphia has be temperate in the use of Speed is the Best advice that can be Given to motorists who want to safeguard their own lives As Well As the lives of others. Statistics on automobile a by clean up week to be started Here next week various communities through out county to inaugurate clean up week citizens to co operate mobiles travelling at 20, 40 and 60 the travellers insurance company Miles per hour have the same capacity show that to drive fast or too fast for inflicting damage that the same for the conditions is to increase Day cesspools and outhouses cars would have if driven off a one probability of death in the event of Dean cd and limed made Fly and in municipal authorities Are to get co operation of various state departments clean up week in the various communities throughout the county will be inaugurated monday april 23rd, under the guidance of the various municipal authorities with the co operation of the state department of health welfare forests and Waters Bureau of fire Protection state police and the various civic organizations. To this end the citizens of every Community Large and Small Are urged to co operate in the carrying Forward of the activities which Are indicated in the coming week. For the guidance of citizens in carrying Forward the co operative plans the following guide has been submitted monday april Day. Cleaning of sidewalks streets gut ters Etc., ditches opened and sewers flushed. Tuesday april Day. Burning of Brush leaves and other debris Clearing of thickets Etc., but with due caution As to All fires thus kindled. State Laws forbid any form of fires on either Concrete or Mac Adam highways. Wednesday april and to program for the Alice Thomas. Been visiting her parents or. And j a class gives play mrs n m Scarborough Delta. Those looking for diversion found j miss Bertie Pyle an employee of it on tuesday night when miss Laura the Federal land Bank in Baltimore Boswell s class of the methodist the week end her father building. Accident i protestant sunday school presented the play tuning up for the wed in the Church basement. The cast was As follows Leatha Bas the Bride. Miss Alma Macom Ber Mina miss Eleanor stauffer Emily miss Anita Jones Teddy Hazel stauf for middy Evelyn Bryson mrs. Maizie miss Clara Thompson Freida Hollis Jones miss Evelyn Deaver Delia the Blanche Barben. Slate Ridge m. S. Meets j a. E. Fyle Delta. Miss Ruth Wheeler a teacher in the Harri Sturg schools spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Thomas h. Wheeler. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Jones and daughter Barbara Ann of Littles town spent the week end with rela Tives in Delta. Mrs. William a. Edgar and Daugh Ter Marguerite visited in Baltimore on saturday. Mrs. Pearl Neeper. Whiteford has moved into a House belonging to mrs. Twenty minutes on a Soochow launch by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week one afternoon i set sail for the doll adventures the Hamlet of Gold town of yellow dam with a Little mouthed head and we could t resist eyed Little american girl for com stopping there on the Way Home for East carrying Pany. She thought staying overnight just one More merry on Noah s Ark As much fun As a this proved to be the merriest of All playhouse. A Victrola and a Box of As usual the doll boat As we were and the paints made the hours of our trip Fly Iovin Fly made a Buff stir the f and before we knew it we were Light mouthed head. We were so swamped mrs. Malford Dooley entertained Charles Myers on main Street Delta the slate Ridge missionary society or mrs w Cowley on last thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. Were visitors on saturday. Graham Thompson acted As assistant or. And mrs. M. L. Norris have hostess and Leader. Devotional exer taken an apartment with mrs. T. Rises led by mrs. Thompson were Harry Avenue Cardiff followed by prayer by mrs m. S. Miss Jane m Bidden spent the Macomber talk and poem on was with mrs. M. Buck Bel by the Leader Korea was Dis cussed by mrs. A. H. Zimmerman after spending two weeks with his duet by misses Margaret and Doro Mother mrs. Viola Jones Whiteford thy Stokes Reading thy son Liv Henry Jones has returned to his mrs. Ralph Davis poem god Home in Chicago. Is now mrs. Henry Mobley miss Rose Bowe Cardiff has been the business session conducted visit Taff or. And mrs. D g. Thomp sect proof water pools drained Etc. Thursday april Day. Accumulation of junk of every form on premises should be removed from both building s and premises and. In Addi Tion cellars should be cleaned and whitewashed. The state officials urge an intensive Campaign against flies and other Dis insects and to this end and de death takes toll from Coull reside mrs. Lillie m. Carroll mrs. Lillie m. Carroll widow of the late Daniel Carroll died sunday morning at the York Hospital where she had been a surgical patient for a Little Over a week. She was 63 years of age. Mrs. Carroll was a daughter of the late John and Catherine Derick son. Until the death of her husband she resided at Bel air md., but since that time she has made her Home with two Sisters mrs. Emma Sny Der and miss Florence Derickson Delta r. D. 2, near Sunnyburn. She is survived by three Sisters the two already mentioned and mrs. Laura Gemmill red lion. Funeral services were held on tuesday afternoon at 1 o clock at the House with further services at it. Zion m. E. , Fountain Green Harford county where interment was made. Services at the House were conducted by the Rev. W. M. Weaver of Pine Grove presbyterian Church while the Rev. D. B. Groves pastor of the Bel air m. E. Church had charge of the services at it. Zion. Calvi3st mint Jet Calvin Mcnutt aged 72 years died his Home near Darlington har Ford county thursday Rooming april 12, of pneumonia. Besides his widow mrs. Elvira me Nutt he leaves three sons Thomas Roscoe and Earl two , mrs. Julia Botts Delta and mrs. Elizabeth Weaver two Sisters mrs. Frank Smith and mrs. S. O. Hopkins and four Brothers e. T. Mcnutt Samuel t. Mcnutt Richard s. Mcnutt All o Darlington and Elmer Mcnutt j a Drian Mich. Mrs. Ellen Jones ing up the Christmas tree for the fifteenth time of its life and putting last year s Christmas cards from with children that in rive minutes i doubt my a missionary living on a Houseboat in Many of the communities the municipal authorities have Laid plans for the gathering and hauling away . V v Vij. Kit a i America into scores of eager Grimy or was j. The old woman who used in the refuse and accumulated junk Little fists of boys and girls who a who had so Many Chi Wren she reached for them. Everyone in the know what to Church which was packed to its doors looked poor. As i looked into familiar faces i saw several mothers who had known the wrench to their heart strings of having to give away a child or two because they were too poor to support them. Yet wonder of wonders on a table Lay a pile of clothing old clothing made into neat t to f and hearts Burstin bundles and marked with the names a Strong cold wind was the tree was carried Home of the lad i think every child in dress its branches in tinsel and ornaments. Again there were the candles the mrs. Ellen Jones widow of the late Hugh Ebenezer Jones formerly of Prospect Harford county died at her Home in Allentown pa., monday april 16, aged 73 years. She leaves one son Oliver j. Jones. Carney s Point n. J., and two Daugh ters mrs. Winifred Logan Philadel phia and mrs. Leanore Mcdermott Washington d. C. Graveside services will be held in Slateville cemetery Friday morning april 20, at o clock conducted by the Rev. John Hammond d. D. Cipro or act to Fly feral director Hubert p. Harkins Scholastic he change of the funeral Arran press conference Mients. The Spring conference of the York j Adams area of penna., Scholastic Boros association press association will be held in red lion tuesday april 24th, with the music the Beautiful Christmas lion Hish scho01 Hilltop Joy. It was Gold mouthed s first ?.i the Horts he visitors from the various sch f l t Luw clo j Hift i i i i. Mov Tuulio of yet poorer families. Somehow at Christmas too and a event How school publications this glad season of Givi a these who ice the master had been Able to share their rags with the destitute my fair haired companion helped the Little tots shrieked Delight Register before in the Hiiro school How the older children pressed up Assembly room. Group conferences by the president. Mrs. M. S. Macom son Delta. R d Ber. Miss Pauline Ramsay offered or and mrs Murphy and me replenish the candles on the a prayer for the missionaries. Mes son Richard Kennrtt Square re sparkling Christmas tree As the pro Dames d. A. Bay and c. C. Butler or nov spent a week wih mrs. Mur Griam talked and Sang itself along. Were named As delegates to the presbyterian which meets at Christiana at an Early Date. Committees for the ensuing year were appointed As follows finance for april May and june mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. John Orr and mrs. Ii. Dooley july August and september continued on 4 Lawai win in _ i m p 7 a. F t j l. I m. J o for an unprecedented run of vote Kach Little Candle Holder had held three candles before the people Sang Praise god from whom All bless mrs flow in closing. Then Goldie the Swarthy Boatman brought us Down to the Ark for the night for we anchored close to the Church. This is the ten year old girl a and her Blue eyes danced me homesick for some of to meet july 17th at Stewartstown the York Borough Assoc a on tuesday 77th, in the of the municipal officials of closer and closer to hear the will prevail at 4-15, with a funeral that Borough. At that meeting Tho and How the Whito haired grand Assembly at p. M. The Confer-1 of i ours will is Nim Orin their posts fur the on. Arf m f. Nijman Cross roads virr 10-0oljohn w. Sech St Dallas f i i vice president Oscar whorl r Uit i York , Ruth. Hanover. Mrs. Howard Proctor miss Alice tories you be got to hand n to the Thomas and mrs. Walter Stewart Grove basketball team we. Warp t october november and emerged from its twentieth games Rimli if j St i1 am with my three sons. We was Over the painted tin trumpets he social rooms of Grace i. Were Given out and promptly became Hurch at o Cioc the so deafening i did not Wonc or that ii our will prevail from in i the Walls of Jancho tottered As i 3 clock in the High school fled from their Din to the boat. Early the next Tiger s to say Gooc Bye to us two chickens As a parting gift. When we refused them she said alright then i la bring them with me to the Short term school next monday at Light and Blessing town. Mrs. T. Harry mrs. Hugh a. Eve aaa and mrs. D. A. Bay january february and March mrs. Harold Stokes miss Letitia Kent and mrs. In America. If without a defeat on saturday night u Ril Promise you a too learn More the gospel when it trounced the Boundary a. A. A Trio r am sons to learn to Boundary i quintet of Baltimore to the tune of j. H. Wheeler visiting mrs. T. J Gailey membership mrs. D. A. Bay mrs. T. Harry and mrs. H. Wheeler social mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. C. C. Butler and mrs. F. W. Wyman. Bits. Mackison a tits sup use n but one can t play Santa Claus for-1 and i began to fear for my t card tvs pretty Christmas tree so on the to offs her life fourth of january we turned the her husband truly had god he said he coach Duncan found the visitors of the Ark toward Home easy meat in the first half As his to Plant the Evergreen in its own to the be rail has regular lineup took a 13 to 4 learn Jet tic Corner of the Garden again till been Protos its sincerity by spend and switched to his second string1 next year. However our route Lay mgr ref tort players for the second half. Both very close to the town of our rag j teams showed splendid defense work thru bitter cold winds to the Church continued on two land kept the score to a reasonable1 a very agreeable Surprise was Given figure. No team in the county has been Able to show an equal record during motorists plan big mass meeting soon a mass meeting of motorists under mrs. James n. Mackison at her Home near Delta saturday night on Tho occasion of her birthday anniversary. The guests were or. And mrs. James n. Mackison or. And mrs. Jamos w. Mackison or. And mrs. Milford Malone or. And mrs. Orville Gehr or. And mrs. Clinton. Johnson or. And j record for consistent winning no one i in addition to an address by j. W. C. T. U. Meeting the w. C. T. U. Will hold its Rosbru the past season As they not Only auspices of the Keystone meet off on wednesday april 25. Both ends of the split schedule in the Mobil club will be held in the Wil iat p m at the Home of league season but have taken every Ham Perm senior High school Audi Richard rfcs la Der mrs Warren exhibition game without a single de a thorium York on Tho evening of wed up Orminston feat. In the face of such a splendid no Day april 25, High enters by slate press contest a press release from Lehigh uni Mother s Day will be observed on sunday May 3th in recognition of he spit ulc Day Tlle Post office f department will Issue a special 3-cent varsity dated april 18 states that the j Delta High news has entered the Competition being conducted in connection with the first annual Lehigh Scholastic press conference to be held on saturday May 12, at Lehigh University. J the conference will be held on the Grove m. I Lukch postage stamp As a tribute to the mothers of America. These Stamps will be on Sale at the various Post offices on and after May 3rd, next. Day of the Bach festival when Visi i lans a racial services mrs. Brooke Snodgrass mrs. Caroline Rightmire mrs. James Handley mrs. H. Handley and Julian Rightmire. Basketball league. Will dispute their right to Champion ship in the Southern York county there will be a musical and theatrical entertainment. I Chicken and Waffle papers and magazines in Chicken and Waffle supper at slate class a cations addition car Ridge Church tuesday evening May to i catch of mention will be 1 35c and 25c. 4-19-2t to deserving publications. Tors from All parts of the country i travel to Tho Lehigh Campus to hear i Fawn Grove m. P. Church the Rev. The works of John Sebastian Bach. Karl h. Wareheim pastor is planning the Delta High news is entered in a loyally program consisting of class a consisting of schools with an a series of sunday services to run enrolment below 500. Tho com pct from april 29 to Juno 3. There Wilt Tion is limited to High schools and be special sermons by Tho pastor preparatory schools in Pennsylvania appropriate music for each service and new Jersey. About 400 schools and on sunday morning May 27, Tho Are expected to participate. Or. Fred Holloway president of Bronzo plaques will to awarded to the Westminster theological will to the guest preacher. Hours for service Are sunday school a. M. Morning worship a. M. Evening services p. M. Newspaper

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