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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 20, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaThursday april 20, 1933 a sit i Vidia there be no ill will Gwynne l. Holden now if the Drys really want to squawk about something they be got a better subject than Beer. Why Don t they kick about the plague of puns that Beer brought Down upon our country. They re awful. It s the first time i knew that Beer and puns go together. Being As Ever anxious to help the dries i submit some of the alleged that have cropped up in the last few Days ale ale the gang s All Beer foam Sweet foam Grin and Bear it cheerful Little Beer Ful of Keg these Are among the better ones. If you have any worse i shall be glad to transmit them to the head of our local anti Saloon league. Patriotism is an invaluable characteristic without it no nation can Long exist and no matter How much you might pay a Soldier who has risked his life in Battle he would still be underpaid. Of Kay soldiers no More shall be said. One of our flapper coeds cornered one of our local High school teachers and said Profy dear Tell me my York letter mis. S. J. Barnett the islet anniversary of the first moravian Church was observed by the congregation Rev. Reinhold Henkel Mann pastor with special services last week. The guest speaker for the occasion was Rev. Or. Charles h. Rominger of the moravian theological Seminary Bethlehem. He gave a very inspiring address on if we should or. Rominger pointed out How present conditions eventuate largely due to past events. He said that consciousness of god must reach into society government and into business. Very Fine musical selections added much to the enjoyment of the meeting. A new organization called a Bat Talion of the crusaders is being formed in York. It has for its Pur pose the Active support of All reason Able and practical Steps in the direction and substituting for National prohibition a program of liquor control which shall be just and intelligent and because it shall be acceptable to the majority of the american people will be capable of the crusaders have organized battalions in 104 american cities. While the Bat Talion Here is still in a formative stage it is supposed a few weeks will find a group Well organized. The principles of the crusaders Are As follow we want Temperance. We want such Public Muddy Creek Forks miss Anna Grove daughter of or. And mrs. Harvey Grove became the county deplore the action taken of Bradford Hancock son of regard to Beer being brought Back to or mrs Alvan h. Hancock of easily and effectively enforced. We oppose the restoration of the Saloon. He put his arms around her Anc we demand suppression of the Boot whispered Sweet nothings in her ear. The following correction appeared in a Small town paper our paper carried the notice last week that or. John Doe is a defective in the police Force. This was a Typo graphical error. Or. Doe is really a detective in the police Legger and the speakeasy. We sup port the right of every state desiring prohibition within that state to be protected in that right. We favor our country. That we declare our or flies uncompromisingly opposed to this plan to return Beer to our state and urge our citizens to refrain from patronizing the Sale of this drink in our communities. That we will make a More determined Effort to educate our boys and girls to the dangers and evils of the liquor mrs. I. B. Abel introduced mrs. T. C. Smith the Leader of the Institute who spoke on Institute first Aid to w. C. T. U., end the benefits derived therefrom. A Reading a certain cure for a. C. T. Affections by mrs. A. M. Wright and a parliamentary Drill by miss Clara Yount were part of the morn ing program. Mrs. Abel in an informal talk pointed out the educational duty of the unions which is now our biggest problem. She told of the efforts the women will put Forth to educate the youth of the country against Beer drinking and Point out to them its harmful effects. She said there never was a More daring age and temptations so great to youth As she told of the display in a store room on West Philadelphia Street that included vegetables cer eals fruits and other healthful Eata Bles. All these articles could be Pur of based with the same amount of Mon Confidence in All Laws that they can be e that a Drinker spends for Beer at the rate of ten cents Day for 31 Days. It was announced that the an Nual nine county regional conference Bridgeport Connecticut at noon sat Catherine Keller. Urday. The double ring ceremony was used by Rev. C. A. Mcconaughy Pas Tor of the Quinston United presbyter Ian Church at the Home of the Bride s parents before a few friends and rela Tives. The Home was tastefully decor ated in a color scheme of yellow and White. The ceremony was performed before a background of massed Palms. The Bride had As her Only attendant miss Mildred Wallace York a Cousin and or. Hancock had As Best Man William Pollett of Bridgeport Connecticut. Before the ceremony a 20 minute piano recital was played by miss Helen Hancock a sister of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was Given at the Home of the Bride for the immediate families after which the couple left on a wed Ding trip. They will make their Home at Bridgeport Connecticut. The Bride wore a gown of Ivory Satin with full skirt and tight bodice and wore a veil Princess style caught about the head with a circlet mrs. George h. Johnston mrs. D. Kerr Warfield mrs. E. Robert Mcpherson Al in the Crowl Kenneth Zimmerman Gilbert Hall Martin Menges William Bender John Maddox Henry Wilt under the farm loan act sixty Shire John Mcclure and Roy Bender. Vork county Farmers appeared at the i miss Catherine Howett is spending office of county agent George g. Her easter vacation at the Home of legion was children s hour closing America the Beautiful 1 with singing Weber to apply for farm Loans and tuesday april 11, was the Day fixed to consider them. The number to a her father j. Ramsey Howett. The toadies missionary society of new Harmony presbyterian Church prior Aid this year is considerably held its regular monthly meeting at larger than last year. An explanation the Home of mrs. Mae Grove red 31 this is that a number of usually j lion on saturday afternoon. Those Thrifty Farmers have their funds tied gave readings were mrs. J. Lati is your subscription paid in in county Banks that Are now under conservators and Are forced to seek government Aid to tide them Over the emergency. Founders Day was observed recent la at the York collegiate Institute in connection with the York county Academy. An interesting address was Given by the Secretary of the Board trustees Donald h. Yost. He said j the York county Aca Deiry was found i de in 1s73 and this was the sixtieth anniversary of the school. Or. Yost j said this is the oldest of its kind West of the Susquehanna among other things he tended to show that Young people have not changed much and that some of their i problems Are the same today As con fronted those a half Century ago. He related interesting facts about the founder of the y. C. I., Samuel Small and other men associated with him on the first Board of trustees. The Board of county commissioners decided to Advance monthly payments from to to the Board of directors of the poor against taxes j for 1932 which it is hoped to collect. The directors of the poor estimate the monthly coat of operating and main Taining the county Home at to and the monthly expenditure for outdoor Relief from to they requested the county commissioners to give them As an advancement on the 1933 taxes j if addition to the monthly allowance i incr , mrs. Charming Mckin Ley mrs. Ethel Curran mrs. D. K. Warfield. Mrs. Marks and mrs. James k. Grove. Those present were mrs. A. M. Grove mrs James k. Grove said or. J. F. Rogers consultant in Hygiene of the United states office of education in com menting on this year s slogan for May health Day but what mothers and which time continued or. Rog ers and we should look ahead. The school children of today will be the fathers and mothers of tomorrow and they should be better fathers and mothers and Able to bring Forth and bring up better children. If school health workers have their Way this May be the Case. May Day is a Good according to or. Rog ers to look Over our school buildings and make them More healthful if possible it is a Good time to Sharpen the eyes and wits of teachers for the finding of bad eyes bad ears signs of bad feeding and of communicable disease it is a Good Day to look Over our children generally with an Eye for remediable faults in the human machine. Loose screws must be found and adjusted says or. Rogers if we would reduce the excessive crop of screw Loose adults in the physical it not the mental meaning. We have an overproduction along this line with an annual Bill for sickness and a Means for reducing this dreadful or. Rogers feels encouraged that of on account of the depleted condition of the Treasury the commissioners arc unable to do this but they did decide to increase the monthly allowance to the poor District from to the increase to take effect As of april 1 last. Subscribe now get our Price on Quality fertilizer and seeds at m. E. Dooley sons Larro Eshelman and feeds mixed to order at right prices phone 32-r-3 Delta a. What a blow out we might have it be Lucky always put this blow out Protection on your j car right now investigation shows that i to o chances arc better than even you la have a blow out we t1a.y. Nobody knows. Be Xici i now is the time to learn ,.ie e. Cause o f blow outs Ancl Way to them when Yeu drive 10, 50. Go Rind Affer is Gene Meci inside the tire. Rubber my fabric to separate. A. and a blow Aid a terrible drag pulls a Jur tar Che Road. A St invention presents if Tow outs but now Good Recti has created the Itma zing a Jar a Jav to Golda this remarkable Tiv cation act ifs intense heat. Rubber and fabric Don t separate. Thus blisters Cioc t form. Blow outs arc Jire enter by overcoming their came. At gruelling speeds on Ibe world s fastest track the a sir Goodrich Silvertown with fac life Saver Golden ply lasted it pics As Long As first Quality tires that did not have this feature these Silver towns never blew the life Saver Golden ply refused to give. Safer against skidding and that in t All. Scientific tests show that the Goodrich safety Silvertown has the most skid resisting tread on the Road. Its drying action gives your extra Road grip and reduces danger of skidding to a minimum. Lei us show you this amazing . Tire now made three times safer you can put this Protection Oay oar at no extra Cost. For Goodrich safety Silver towns Cost not a Penny More than other Standard tires. Goodrick 3 Silvertown Delta service station phone Delta 82-r-2 As Buie prof. Newspaper if spa Peri

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