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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 20, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Oulu a rfcs Sotl tent York and nor Keni Miry Ltd vol. La. No. 16 Dexta York county pa., thursday april 20, 1933 locals i presbyter its meet Delta Cardiff Whiteford the ladies Union prayer meeting will be held on monday evening april 24, at of mrs. Frank Glenn at p. M. Miss Marietta Wheeler was a re cent guest of friends in Williamsport. The regular meeting of the w. U. Will be held on wednesday april 26, at p. M. At the Home of mrs. Richard Rees. Miss Christie Enfield of Baltimore scent several Days with Frank Enfield and family. Miss Sara Adams supervisor of music at pen Hurst state school spent a vacation with her parents or. And mrs. S. J. Adams. Parke Scarborough a student at state College spent a vacation with Fie parents or. And mrs. Clarence p. Scarborough. Or. And mrs. Vincent g. Stubbs 3rd, Are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son Vincent Gilbert 4th, on saturday at Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Isaac Shiplett and son Edward of Washington d. C., visited her Mother mrs. Mary Dooley on sunday. Wilson Singleton a student at Gol Dey College is spending a vacation with Liis parents or. And mrs. Russell Singleton. John Macomber a student at Dick Inson College is spending the easter with his parents or. And mrs. M. S. Macomber. Or. And mrs. Norris Wise and child Ren Jackie and Deloris of red lion spent sunday with their parents or. And mrs. W. Wise Delta r. D., and or. And mrs. P. E. Baker Delta. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Harrison and children of Tilghman Island md., Are spending a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. S. H. Wise Delta r. Snodgrass Delta r. D., was guest of his parents or. And mrs. A. A. Snodgrass on sunday. Or. And mrs. John h. Wheeler misses Marietta and Alice Wheeler spent the easter holidays in Watson town at the Home of or. And mrs t b. Neikirk. Mrs. Raymond Ellis end son Billy of Wilmington del., were guests of her cousins mrs. Annie Jones and Ellis Williams East main Street recently. Mrs. Roger Whiteford and sons of Washington d. C., spent sunday with relatives in this Vicinity. Mrs. Elizabeth Jones and family of the presbytery of Baltimore met in the Hunting Ridge presbyterian Hurch Edmondson Avenue from monday april 17 to wednesday april 19. Rev. H. Ramsay Delta and Rev. W. A. Price and son Highland and elders James r. Galbreath and w. H. Day also of Highland attended these meetings. Rev. E. Glenn Switzer Bel air was elected Moderator for one year. Com missioners to the general Assembly at Columbus Ohio were also appointed. On tuesday afternoon a most interesting devotional service of three hours duration was offered consisting of hymns and Short talks by five speakers on five problems confronting the Church. The service was concluded by a thirty minute enthusiastic passionate deeply spiritual address by the Leader Rev. Roland t. Phillips pastor of the Arlington Avenue presbyterian Church of Baltimore. Slate Ridge sewing society plans supper the regular meeting of the sewing society of slate Ridge presbyterian Church was held at the Home of mrs j. Thomas Galley on thursday after noon. Mrs. J. M. Dooley was assistant hostess. Mrs. J. Harry pre sided fire co. Minstrels plan real show the Delta Cardiff fire company stage its annual minstrel show next tuesday and wednesday even Ings april 25 and 26 at o clock. Many rehearsals and hard work on the part of the boys have developed some Fine Talent and with new jokes songs and music a mighty enjoyable evening is assured. H. Hunter Wilder formerly b. A. Rolfe orchestra and Vincent Lopez orchestra will Render a trom Bone Solo. Hubert p. Harkins will be the interlocutor and i Jones Williams Dave Wheeler and taters Mclaughlin Are the end men. The balance of the Circle is composed of the following Dick heaps red Warner Charlie Whitey Knopp Bob Williams.1 Johnny Beakes Montie Pelo Butler daddy Mclaughlin Buck Williams Ralph Davis and Del Myers. After showing Here the minstrels will travel to lower Chanceford and Jarrettsville on thursday and Friday nights where they will repeat their performance. Society hold meeting at slate rd3ge the regular meeting of the ladies missionary society of slate Ridge c Jurch was held at the Home of mrs. I diehard Rees on thursday afternoon v Ith mrs. William Cox assistant hos mrs. M. S. Macomber president ducted the devotional exercises. Yvrose a. Bower was Leader. Tie following program was Given spading in Pyongyang s country mrs. Harold Stokes player for the missionaries in Korea. Jar is. J. Gailey Reading this one to a Story of the Southern Jim Buntaine by mrs. Richard Rees a adding an Ideal Mission j. Harry song Reading Joys mrs. Fred Smith Recita no sex in by mrs. Iry m. Myers sentence prayers reports were Given by the Secretary s. A. Bay and the treasurer j. H. Wheeler mrs. Macomber a talk on the work for the com year and announced the following ii mittens visiting mrs. J. Ley and mrs. Galbreath member a mrs. J. M. Dooley social mrs. Rifchard Rees mrs. W. E. Arthur and mrs. O. H. Heaps memorial miss peach Bottom Grange news and conducted the devotional1 peach Bottom Grange no. 1711, Fawn Grove murder trial cast selected interest keen d. H. S. Band plans concert the Well known court trial entitled who killed Earl which portrays an actual murder trial will be held As previously announced in Fawn Grove methodist protestant Church on saturday april 22. All local arrangements have been completed including selection of the cast which will be As follows judge Rev. Karl h. Wareheim District at Torney n. Gemmill Strawbridge de sense counsel e. Bergerstock Frank Lloyd defendant Charles Mer Ryman sheriff Orion m. Hess Bailiff Morris Scott mrs. French mrs. Clyde Stewart or. Cook the Coroner j Wilbur Snyder mrs. Lloyd mrs. Mary e. Wiley mrs. Earl Wright mrs. Edna manifold children of Earl Wright Harry Hess and Patty rut ledge court reporter Elizabeth Webb jurors John b. Jamison Thos. W. Brown mrs. Elsie Strawbridge Elmer Harrison w e. Manifold James m. Webb mrs. Nora Torbert j. G. Hostler a. H. Morris or. Vallie Hawkins William e. Anderson mrs. Jennie m. Brown. No admission will be charged. An Wilmington Here. Del., visited relatives at Binghamton n. T., spent the week end with Hugh Poff main Street. Owen Dooley of Washington d. Mary Dooley. John Evans of Philadelphia visited his parents or. And mrs. Hugh a Evans near Delta. Miss Mary Williams r. N., of Baltimore visited at the Home of her brother in Law William t. Morris East Mam Street Over the easter j but what Holiday. And mrs. Harry Fry of Lancas Charles Sidwill monday. Main Street miss Marjorie Sellers a teacher at i her parents or Sellers. And mrs. Exercises. The report of the Secretary was Given by mrs. I. Walter its regular meeting at the v Airey a school House monday even Uig april j mrs. J. Gailey treasurer gave with worthy Walter m. N report of the year s presiding. F u were made to hold a supper in regular business meeting was a near future. Refreshments on. The following literary j served by the hostess. Those in charge of the worthy 1 were mrs. Richard Rees mrs. Was Given hymn abide a Stubbs mrs. J. Harry mrs. J. Roll Call what easter e Dooley mrs. Emory Lowe mrs. To Reading Ruth Ailers Ard Walker mrs. I. Walter on Why we keep ver mrs. William Selfe mrs. John Snodgrass song Bud and Wheeler mrs. W. E. Arthur discussion the Date of was j Mary m. Myers mrs. J. By Ralph Wise recitation Mare Stewart mrs. S. J. Adams mrs. Rowan grocery contest by Orr mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Members of the Grange song c Wise and mrs. J. Holy missionary life in depicted in personal by Murial Soochow Kun. Of christianity. Yesterday he March 4, his desire to become a dear friends at saying he would gladly there has been a Long silence up his business of soot saying this diary of mine i seem to order to do so. His Fortune telling steadily by wishes to become a Christian i believe my last letter was in t that Fine december 4. Since then so much helped with the character Reading happened i scarcely know took charge of the children s begin. But since i m in China i wish you could have seen the go backwards As it were in the face of one woman with this week s events and informed me that she had Learned with the month of characters that Day and until i reached Home today badly Day she had never been Able to need of a haircut and just a bit a word she went about Reading from sleeping on the floor after eleven precious characters to week at the town of yellow holding them in her hand but what a thrilling week it so Many Gold nuggets which been you see dad Crawford slip through her fingers and several chinese workers and i away been conducting our first Short the children. Of they were school there. Would you like to chinese kiddies in padded about garments Are so quaint Anc i our pupils were a Motley group anyway. And these youngsters men women and children so round eyed and Rosy cheeked All illiterate but very eager to could hardly teach them their Chor to read. Many of them were and memory verses for wanting to hear about Christ and indeed Stop and hug some of them every desire to read was prompted minutes. They had never been Tia Kent and mrs. S. J. Mccon a finance for april May and june r c Start promptly at eight o clock. Or. And mrs. Samuel Yingling Wil Mington del., were dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. R. Thomas Webb Friday. They also visited a number of other friends. Or. Yingling is a son of Rev. Yingling a pastor of the methodist protestant Church at this place about thirty five 35 i years ago. Among York visitors saturday were or. And mrs. Emory Lowe miss Al Meda Shrodes or. And mrs. Clyde Stewart and daughter Margaret or. And mrs. George a. Ruff and Daugh Ter Luella Ruth or. And mrs. Wil Liam Matson and children Clifton Howard Edgar Ruth and Raymond mrs. Ava Webb or. And mrs. Marcus n Ruff and sons Marcus and Jimmy miss Evelyn Whiteford miss Frances Morris mrs. Carrie Sprenkle and children Edwin and Romaine miss Ethel heaps. The new band of the Delta High school will be heard in concert for the first time thursday evening april 27, at o clock in the school building. Parents students and friends Are urged to be this concert. The girls and boys in the band de serve much credit for the rapidity in which they have prepared for this concert never having played wind instruments before. Or. Morris has done remarkably Well with this group of beginners to get them in shape to play a concert with but eight lessons and eight band rehearsals behind them. The concert has been arranged by or. Morris and will be a most enjoyable one. youngsters have worked hard for this night and their parents and friends owe it to them to do their part i making the event a Success by attending. There will be no charge for admission. You will be surprised at the Progress made by these Young folks. After the concert the time for Richard Rees Ompson mrs. H. A. Evans and mrs. Of. Grove july August and sep to Eilber miss Ruth Thomas mrs. J. Mrs. John Orr and mrs. Stewart october november Anji december mrs. Mary Dooley i. F. W. Wyman mrs. A. H. Zim Merman and mrs. c. Butler Jan uni a february and March mrs. How arc Proctor sr., mrs. S. J. Mcconkey a lib. Clarke Gailey and mrs. Stan Amos. Mrs. A. H. Zimmerman Afija mrs. Stanley Amos were appoint eci Lle Legates to the presbyterian which in York april 27 and 28 mrs Arthur alternate. A meeting closed with prayer by heaps. Refreshments were serv those present were mrs. J. Ley mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. Har Stokes mrs. Frank Grove mrs. 3. Macomber mrs. Richard Rees offering will be received. The trial future rehearsals will be set and or. Zimmerman and or. Wilder will be glad to have any other citizens of Delta join the band whether they Are students in the school or not. Graduates parents friends or any resident of Delta or the surrounding territory Are invited to join the band. Lets have a real permanent and Success Ful Delta band under the Able Leader ship of or. Morris. Don t forget the Date of the con Cert thursday evening april 27, at 8 o clock in the High school building. Art mrs. St Sta Bay mrs. John he Wheeler mrs. R. Thompson mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Charles Lytle mrs. Henry Mobley mrs s. J. Adams Virs. W. B. Selfe mrs. Mary m. Myers or. Rose a. Bower and miss Letitia Kent. Mrs. M. E. Harkins Dies at Home today mrs. Margaret e. Harms aged 67 years 3 months and 15 Days died Oday at p. M. At her Home in Delta. She was the widow of the late John w. Harms surviving Here Are one brother or. E. S. Boyle of port Deposit md., and one son Hubert p Harkins at Home. The funeral will be held at slate Ridge Church on monday afternoon april 24, at two o clock. Arrange ments Are in charge of w. H. Webb funeral director Fawn Grove. Bryansville p. A. Meets Harrisburg and miss Anna Wheeler who teaches at Ardmore j by a longing to be Able to study their to school most of them but were cherubs for giving perfect attention characters and doctrine and were Clever with handwork of All pa., visited their parents or. And bibles. Mrs. Thomas h. Wheeler Mam Street i beside Over the week end. Miss Bertie Pyle visited at her Home Here Over the perhaps the gayest class was one in lessons we gave them too. Classes there were classes in Hygiene kinds. Chinese children have very of. Baltimore cd music and the Christian Home nimble fingers. They loved the object easter pageant to be repeated the easter pageant entitled the Cross of Light which was presented last sunday evening in the auditorium of the slate Ridge Church will be repeated on sunday night april 23, by Public request. In spite of the inclement weather the auditorium was thronged with interested spectators and the performance was so Well liked that it was decided to hold a second appearance for those who were unable to be out easter night. State is spending his easter vacation with his parents prof and mrs. E. E. Snyder. Mrs. Smith Keener and daughter june Russell Wilson York and miss Anna Burger Spry spent sunday with the former s parents or. And mrs. Charles r. Wilson. Or. And mrs. Elwood Mitchell or. And mrs Howard Althouse and daughter Audrey York and or. And mrs. William Quickel and son Colum red lion spent easter with their father John Shanta Arger andr Jepther relatives. Miss Rose Bower d. D., Delta is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Marvin e. Webb. Or. And mrs. Harvey g. Brown and daughter Betty York have returned Home after spending several Days with mrs. Brown s parents or. And mrs. A. H. Morris. Misses Lillian and Nancy Whiteford spent the week end with their Mother mrs. Louisa Whiteford Shane my. Or. And mrs. James Pyle and daughters Dorothy and Iva new Park and Howard Brown this place motored to Washington d. tues Day to see the Cherry blossoms. Rev. And mrs. Clair c. Kreidler and daughter Dolores Bryansville were entertained at dinner by or. And mrs. Ramsay Snyder tuesday even ing. The Parent teacher association of Bryansville school held their regular meeting in the school House on Mon Day evening. The meeting opened by song my country tis of scripture Reading and prayer by Rev. Clair c. Kreidler Flag Salute prof. Schwartz gave an address play cures for cold was driven by Doro thy and Joseph Kilgore Louise Ella Beard Mary Kilburn and Clifton Kilburn. Married eleven years celebrate anniversary or. And mrs. Harold Mobley Delta r. D., celebrated their eleventh wed Ding anniversary april 8. The fam Ilies gave them a Surprise. The even ing was spent very pleasantly. Those present were or. And mrs. J. Anderson Mobley or. And mrs. Henry Mobley or. And mrs. Joe Grove and son Carroll or. And mrs. E. Kilgore York or. And mrs. Graham Thompson and sons Edwin Donald Curtis and Mervin or. And mrs. Harold Mobley and children James and Mary Elizabeth misses Laura and Bertha Wise and James Ruff. Easter holidays. Poster explanation. Anyone who could one Day eighty people came to mrs Herman Fink and son have explain clearly the meaning of any of school and forty eight of them were into mrs. Scott str Cut s House our Large coloured gospel posters was children during play hour i taught on Chestnut Street. Given that poster to take Home where them games. Musical chairs proved or. And mrs Perkins of Rutland he would tack it up proudly under to be the most popular of All. Vermont arc visiting their Sou and his thatched roof and explain its yesterday one Darling Little Bare c air her in Law. Or. Antl mrs. Harris truths to his admiring neighbors. This Perkins and family of Cardiff. Class was a great Success not Only c. I. Galb Rrth of Baltimore is from a standpoint of posters captured spending some time with his brother but also in the Opportunity it gave in Law Rev. A. L. Hyde. Men and women to express them mrs. R. Thompson of the car selves. Del hotel is attending the d a r the Hygiene classes were Beautiful convention in Washington d. C., this by handled by a graduate nurse who week. She is also visiting her sister accompanied us. She used a. Great mrs. Charles Mcdowell of washing in nor of Large coloured health charts ton. Which we thumb tacked on the Walls mrs Scott Bercott has returned to our cute Little Church building. Or. Her Home in after spending Crawford and the pastor and a native the Winter with her son in Law and Bible woman took charge of the Bible daughter or and Meyer Drexel Hill. Mrs Charles one Young Man came an hour be Aliss Dorothy Williams spent Fri Foro classes morning and afternoon Day in Baltimore. Continued on Page 5 and stayed till the last gun was fired at night so eager was he to learn foot Urchin who had been my Shadow All week begged me to take him Home with me to Soochow. His Sweet face and charming child ways haunt me now As i write. I wish i might have brought him Home with me. His father was drowned and their Home which was a boat was broken to bits last year. Since then his Mother and baby sister not yet two years old and he have been living in a shed where coffins holding corpses Are kept until a convenient time for Bur Ial. They Are desperately poor. The Mother gathers water chestnuts and Sells them to make a living. Her Little seven year old son helps never whimpers when he has to go continued on Page 6 Bryansville Young people hold meeting the Young Peoples missionary society of Bryansville Church held their regular meeting at the Home of miss Elma Kilburn Delta r. The business meeting was conducted by the president miss Louise Wise. An easter program was Given. Rev. Kreidler gave an interesting talk on the meaning and significance of its scouts plan joint hike miss Eleanor Schaffer York has returned Home after spending several Days with her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. George a. Ruff. Mrs. Paul g. Hall and son Richard Stewartstown visited her parents or. And mis. Leonard Divilbiss wednes Day. Misses Dorothy Jones and Mae har Rison teachers at Edgewood md., spent the easter vacation with their parents or. And mrs. Elmer h. Jones and or. And mrs. Elmer Harrison. Miss Rae Burger near Spry is visiting her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. George a. Ruff. Mrs. Jennie Brown and son Howard boy scout troop no. 47 held its regular meeting in firemen s Hall on monday evening. The meeting was in charge of the scoutmaster. The local troop is staging a drive for new Mem Bers. Several candidates were received and one was elected to membership in the troop. During the business session it was decided to go on a joint hike with the troop from Springvale a. Prof. Charles Kyle a teacher in red lion High school is the scoutmaster. A Large number of scouts expect to pass tests and to collect specimens of minerals and animals. The scouts will Start from the Homo of the scoutmaster prof. Barnhart. Delta promptly at 10 o clock. Each scout is expected to take his own food and prepare his own dinner. Any other boys not connected with the troop Are invited to join the group. Entertained the following at dinner j Evelyn spent tuesday in Baltimore. Sunday or. And mrs. Harvey Brown i or Robert Brown and and daughter Betty York or. And Date. The meeting closed with sen mrs. John Marstellar and daughter. I v. A Pathi in Ann and or and mrs pfc tence prayers and song Blest be the Patricia Ann Ana or. Ana mrs. Ney sons Sellersville Bucks county pa., and or. And mrs. H. Turner Brown and son. Turner jr., Woodbine r. D., nolds Brown red lion. Other callers spent easter with their parents or. Those present were Rev. And mrs. I were mrs. Marquis Lamotte red lion mrs enry t. Brown. Clair c. Kreidler mrs. Harry Kilburn or. And mrs. Howard Lowe and mrs. Among York visitors wednesday misses Eva Nora Wise Reba Ruff Mattic Mcelwain near Here. Were or. And mrs George Ruff Louise Wise Erma Myers Elma or. And mrs. William Brown or. And daughter Burn. Viola Wise. Ruth Ruff Mildred and mrs. A h. Morris and or. And or. And mrs Howard Lowe Chandlee Edna Wise Hilda Ruff i mrs. Marcus n. Ruff attended the or and. In. Wil son mrava Tif aet fur fart Mary Kilburn Deloris Kreidler work symphony orchestra concert at messes. William Mclaughlin Charles the William Penn senior High school Kilburn Harry Kilburn Samuel Sny auditorium tuesday evening. Der and Clifton Kilburn. William Richardson and daughter Channel and William Matson. It

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