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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 26, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 17 Dexta York county pa., thursday april o c Odd Fellows install boy scouts officers Fob term elect new staff. Strict master t George Yeager visited it. Hebron the local troop of boy scouts held Lodge last week and installed the of their regular meeting on monday eve Ning in the fire co. Hall. Scoutmaster r. E. Barnhart was in. Charge. Troop inspection was in charge of the senior patrol Leader Jack Bulette ass t scoutmaster Robert Galbreath and scoutmaster r. E. Barnhart. All of the scouts passed the inspection filers for the coming six months. He was accompanied Hartman a. L. By messes. E. L. Hartman John Gross and James Zeigler. Officers were installed As follows Noble grand Milo Williams vice grand Stephen Rigdon third Mem Ber l. L. Mckinley right supporter Frank Thomas left supporter j Raymond Hamilton conductor s. J. Satisfactory. The troop will be in j Clayn Lan. Warden Raymond Watson spec Ted toy the District commissioner. Right supporter Howard Harvey Paul Strasbaugh in the near future. Left supporter Henry Mobley right scene supporter w. H. Smith left the troop elected new officers at Malone qut. This meeting. Those elected were guard Dale Malone. Bugler Maxwell Scarborough or. Ass t bugler Paul Noerr scribe Donald Dick Asa t scribe Herbert Finch quartermaster Donald Hickey end chaplain Robert Macomber. Patrols were reorganized and the Fol lowing patrol leaders were selected other local happenings of interest miss Alioe Wheeler a. Primary teacher in the Delta schools has been Laid up with the grip this week. Eagle patrol w. Wilson Galbreath mrs Elizabeth Bennington who has been quite ill at her Home in car Wolf patrol Benny total. Panther full Al improve. Patrol Max Scarborough. Night Auto Accident toll High Slateville Church gets Tablet and Flower urn plans Are being made to organize miss Mary Poff ment. Daughter of or. Been ill a safety patrol of scouts under mrs Henry Poff Nas with measles. Jurisdiction of the Borough Council. My at the round table discussion of formerly occupied a part of the yer leaders the following program was Kes residence on main Street moved planned to be Given at the regular this week to the House recently a scout meeting on monday evening j rated by or. And mrs. Mcclellan on the program Assembly bugler scout oath and Law pledge to the Chestnut Street. H. P. Bennington visited his Mother r and mrs Luther Williams and of Coatesville mrs. Elizabeth Flag scripture Reading chaplain Bennington and other relatives on song Onward boy scouts saturday Tiu siness and announcements scout-1 master address the stars by g. M. Children Vallie and Emily spent Sun Baer second class first Aid Jack Day with their Uncle and aunt or. Bulette Indian signs w. Wilson and mrs. Thomas a. Burk of peach Galbreath games Benny Tobin Bottom. Scout Benediction and taps. The Rev Clarence Ramsay Adall friends of scouting Are invited dressed the Aberdeen missionary so to attend the meetings of the locally on wednesday of last week. His subject was Muriel and my or. And mrs. Purdy Maffet of har Lisburg and miss Marietta Wheeler of York were week end guests of or. And mrs. John h. Wheeler. Mrs. Frank Wilson of Cardiff had news received too late we regret that we were unable to print several items last week because they reached us too late. Everybody could help us in getting out a newsy paper by sending in their items promptly. The same thing is True concerning advertising copy. Let us All work together and help make the Herald times a live newspaper. Highland High should t we be afraid of the dark killed an Muon our inf four Rind Hora of Eyt Nin 5 to 9p.m. Killed annually during four Rusli hours of morning 6 to 10a.m. When dependent solely on car illumination investigations made by in Eti neers of the travellers insurance company show that Safe operation of automobiles at night demands that Speed never exceed the stopping Dis Tance of approximately 100 feet provided by effective Range of car s lamps. The distance corresponds to 35 Miles an hour. There s a moral in this fact for pedestrians walking along highways As Well As for Drivers when using the streets and highways during hours of darkness. Through a miscarriage of plans the following Story did not appear at the time is should have been published but since it is the policy of this paper to print everything which May be of value to the historian of the future we Are getting it into the record this week. On easter sunday morning a Beau Wiful Green Marble Tablet and Bronze Flower urn were presented to the Slateville presbyterian Church by mrs. Sarah Elliott in memory of her Kinsman Henry Clay Stokes a for Mer member of the Church. Harry a. Hughes accepted the gifts for the Church in a Brief but fitting speech. Henry stay Stokes a son of Rigby and Hannah m. Stokes was born near Prospect md., november 14, 1862. On March 12, 1892, he pro fessed his Faith in Christ and United with the Slateville Church. His death at the Early age of 35 was a distinct loss both to his Church and to the Community. Has widow mrs. Mar Garet Stokes and two daughters mrs. Ethel Robinson and mrs. Maria heaps still survive him. There Are also six grandchildren Louise and Joseph Robinson Henry Wallace Jeanne and Ruth heaps of Street my. For the great love which i have for this family it gives me Joy to present to Slateville presbyterian file petition in damage Case at Stine farm j. Frank and Annie e. Stine of peach Bottom ask court for Board of viewers claim rejected their claim for damages to their farm Laud by the reconstruction of the new Section of route 74 red lion Delta Highway being rejected by the county commissioners As being excessive j. Frank and an Nie e. Stine of peach Bottom filed through counsel a petition with the York county court this week for the appointment of a Board of viewers to assess the damages which they claim accrued to their 82 acre farm. The court named f. Lauer h. E. Frey and attorney Chas. Still As the viewers. The Stine farm is located near the Junction of the new Highway with the improved Roadway to Bryansville. They assert that the new Highway forming the approach from the South to the new Bridge spanning the Basin above Castle Fin darn has been Laid diagonally through their land that the drainage of Waters Bias thus been diverted that there is caused an a Church a gift in memory of Henry c. Surface water by Rea by Muriel Ramsay it was the Day after Christmas the weather was borrowed from warm Spring Day. We were a party of Xoung people chinese american British. Our she Springs like a beam on the brow of the tide she Falls like a tear from the Eye of a Bride. I lightly o lightly we Glide and we said mrs. Elliott. The Silver plate on the column was placed there by his widow mrs. Margaret Stokes. The congregation appreciates most highly this gift. Son of the new fills Xvi Rich have also made the driveway approaches to tic Home difficult. Paying of Back taxes does t relieve evade Inson and son Frank and Harry Wil son of Harrisburg and William Wil son of Pittsburgh. Or. And mrs. Thomas a. Burk of peach Bottom had the misfortune to lose their Lime by fire on last sat urday. Mrs. Archie Louderback and Little daughter Joyce Ann of Elkton va., Are visiting the former s Mother mrs. John a. Judd. Or. And mrs. Robert Williams of n. To c tit Ana airs. Louerl , us is u. O. To lag York or. And mrs. Paul Weiler and children of red lion and miss Viola Weiler and or. Clark of washing Host was a chinese official of High sing birth and standing. But please Don t we Bear her along like a Pearl on a picture him in flowing gowns and i string i Tasse led hat for this gentleman has soon we had gained the Summit. Spent Twenty years in America his i now at the top of spirit Cliff Moun speech and dress bearing witness to Tain is an ancient Pagoda a Monas his splendid education there. It is try and a Beautiful Temple Bell hard to believe he is anything but i whose deep tones can be heard far j american at times. I Clown in the valleys below. But this now this Jovial gentleman loves Mountain is famous not tor these but Young Folk and enjoys a Good Outing i for the ruins of a once marvellous so As we boarded three Little motor Palace built two thousand five Hun boats at Soochow s West Gate we cited years ago by the we King for knew we would not be disappointed i Western Shih whom tradition in our anticipation for a perfect Day. Crowns As the most Beautiful girl of at the town of Wood and water All China s Folk lore. We climbed ashore and entered we wandered Over the former the famous Stone family restaurant Palace grounds where once were Ivory for a feast the official had previously screens and the thousand and one of dered. The sea slugs simply melted marvels of a Rich Oriental court. We Barnitz addresses judge George a. Welsh of the u. Press conference s District court in a recent ruling where a violator of the delinquent in Wirt Barnitz Magazine editor and former foreign correspondent was the guest speaker tuesday afternoon in ithe red lion High auditorium to the Large group of High school students in York and Adams counties who Are i identified in any capacity with the publication of the various High school papers at their Spring press Confer ence. Or. Barnitz Dweller on the theme journalism As a the visitors were tendered a banquet come tax Law sought to escape punishment declared that the Mere ment of Back income taxes whether due to evasion or delinquency does net relieve the evader from criminal prosecution and in the event of a con of the penalties provided for such offence. Fawn Grove ton. D. C., were week end guests of i and Daugher Janet Elaine of wind Gap Northampton county visited at since last thursday afternoon the Star spangled Banner floats proud to to i. Or. And mrs. John a. Judd. By Over the Highland High school. _ _ or. And mrs. Raymond s. Wagner building and teachers and pupils Are loud in their Praise of the daughters of America who made it possible. The i f i the Home of or. And mrs. W. Flem Flag was presented to the school with ing Evans from Friday till sunday. Appropriate and impressive exercises. I or. Waener who after giving a concise history of the Flag mrs. Anna Hughes formally presented the Flag to prof. A. H. Gray Beal principal of the school. Prof. Graybeal accepted it with a neat and fitting speech. This was followed by a Reading on the uses of the Flag by miss Margaret Williams. The pro Gram concluded with a Drill by Mem Bers of the daughters of America and a number of patriotic songs. Those attending the presentation ceremonies were mesdames Olive Walker Anna Hughes Nora Leamon Anna Lloyd John Pennington Ida Tweedle w. Clyde Williams Fred Voltz Harvey Lloyd Hugh Hughes Howard Fowler r. Thompson William Pyle l. L. Mckinley Harry Silver Wynetta Torbert Chester Mclaughlin Esther Mclaughlin Wil Liam Stewart William Pearce mrs. Philips mrs. Blaney mrs. Taylor misses Margaret Williams Cassandra Jones Ethel Hughes and Hulda Smith. Officers destroy still in lower Chanceford state Highway patrolmen with Wagner who very successfully operates a Small furniture factory in his Home town was returning with his family from a visit at the nation s Capitol where they had the pleasure of viewing those celebrated Spring time miracles of Beauty the japanese Cherry blossoms. Or. And mrs. Edward Proctor and son Samuel of Baltimore visited rela Tives Over the week end and Inci dentally visited Valley forge. Or. And mrs. O. H. Heaps or. And mrs. Gerald heaps and daughter Ann. Spent Friday in Baltimore. Mrs. Cavenaugh of new York is visiting her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Michael r. Maley. Main Street. George Evans spent last thursday in Baltimore. The Delta Cardiff fire company was called to extinguish a fire at the Home of William Stewart at noon on last thursday. Or. And mrs. Warren Williams moved on wednesday from one of the houses owned by mrs. Charles Myers on main Street to a House belonging to Charles Scarborough near the York Road. Or. And mrs. Harry Simon for Merly of Delta and Cardiff arc an in our Mouths and dish after disc bearing luscious foods was carried picked up broken tiles peered Down into the two great Wells still used by away empty for we were a famished the monks on the Mountain then crowd after that boat trip. Stood on the Square platform which the rest of the Day was to be once had been the Queen s boudoir. Spent tripping Over the mountains. When we emerged from the restauro it took but Little imagination to see her Lovely silk Clad figure standing in i ant we were swallowed by a her Pavilion fastening peonies in her crowd of amazons who nearly Tore Raven hair As her eyes the us to pieces trying to seat us in their magnificent same View of open Sedan chairs. None of us wanted mountains and lakes beyond. Two to Nde but we had to do so to save thousand five Hundred years ago argument As the chair bearers were Here at one Side now nothing but a l in 110 mood to have their Trade slip Vine covered rockery was once a thru their fingers this Way so men Lovely natural bathing and women were hoisted shoulder lady s Bath. And there from the foot High and wafted along for ten min of the Mountain Hes a canal straight i utes till arriving at the foot of spirit j As an Arrow out to the great Lake. Cliff Mountain most of us bade our i this was the fragrant Stream chair bearers follow us As we hiked arched with flowering peach and the rest of the Way. I Plum built by the enamoured Mon Charles Pyle and daughters Marie and Ella were York visitors on sat in the evening in the social rooms of Grace lutheran Church As the misses Lorena Payne Pauline Bond of the red lion Hilltop staff. Jand Roy and Wilburne Trout motored to Washington on sunday to View the Cherry blossoms. Mary s ankle wins sunday school Day will be observed general appreciation in the Fawn Grove m. P. Church on _ sunday morning at o clock. A visitor from the slate Ridge sunday those who were fortunate enough school will deliver an address. A pro to see marys ankle at the fire Gram of Musica selections and incl. Men s Hall on thursday evening agree nations has been arranged. That it was a splendid entertainment i the Board of stewards of Fawn the cast was made up of pupils of wil1 a cafeteria supper in evening. A 4 being i excellent work reflects great credit on the splendid coaching slate Ridge High school and their Park hal1 May 4, beginning at o clock. The senior interned Date c e ability of societies will hold a Union meeting Deputy sheriff e. R. Jacoby on Mon bouncing. To birth of a son at their inf. Day discovered and destroyed Gallons of Mash a 100-gallon still and Twenty ten gallon kegs on the farm of Miles Bender in lower Chance Ford township. A barn recently burned on the same farm. According to officers the still was Homo in Baltimore. Mrs. William Thompson and Chil Dren Benny and Billy of York arc continued Roro 3 Chicken and Waffle supper Chicken and Waffle supper at slate Complete and ready for operation. Church a tuesday evening May arrests were made. 350 and 25c. 4-19-2t miss Anita heaps. The plot of the i on sunday evening at o clock. Play was pleasing and its presenta 1 the intermediate society will have Ilion was highly creditable. The cast charge of the program which will be presented miss heaps with a Basket As follows talk what do missions my Stalwart bearers were Mother and daughter forty seven and eighteen respectively. The daughter Lead already been carrying a chair for five years they were of marvellous physique these women. Some of them would climb straight up a Hillside the chair poles on their shoulders a steadied by their hands bearing a weight Well Over one Hundred pounds yet walk ing As lightly As though they were carrying a Feather arms swinging rhythmically at their sides Sandal led feet never missing a step. It reminded me of the song of the palanquin bearers by Shaw. Lightly of lightly we Bear her along she sways like a Bower in the wind of our song. J sorted to Clever strata gym saying she sit ims like a Bird on the foam of Beautiful women have Ever been Stream the inspiration and Al 50 tic ruin of she floats like a laugh from the lips of a dream. Gaily of gaily we Glide and we sing we boar her along like a Pearl on a string. Softly o softly we Bear her along hangs like a Star in the Dew of our song Arch for Western Shin s special pleasure. If you were fortunate in seeing Mei Lan Fang China s famous actor playing in America four years ago you will perhaps recall the Delight Ful Story of China s most famous Beauty the peasant maid who saved a kingdom. This is one version briefly told. When Long ago All China was composed of five kingdoms or Feudal states and Soochow was the capital of the kingdom of we the King of we waxed very , overcoming among others the smaller kingdom of Yueh making it tributary to him. Now Yueh could not Hope to Over come we by might so Tho King of Yueh and his counsellor fan i re men. The intangible Power of a woman s Beauty and artful Ness of Flowers in appreciation of her untiring efforts As a coach. Mrs. Rob Ert Williams piano miss Jane m. By Eldon Webb or Why and How did the modern missionary Enterprise Roland Morris Glidden violin and prof. W. W. Part in completing the task of sell Cornet rendered several special selections Between the acts. Harford spellers win certificates teams making averages in excess of 90% in the second annual inter state spelling contest held at Goldey Christian rus Ell Brown vocal Solo whispering How Ard Brown Reading the Garden of Marie Webb vocal Solo Evelyn Richardson play the Call to pre with the following cast spirit of training for service Edna Harri son mrs. Lane Mary Scott Harvey mrs. Lane s son Clifton Matson Rev. Wallace Harvey s pastor Reese College last saturday in which thirty Divilbiss Rev. Stanley conference four schools participated included evangelist Marvin Harrison Alice slate Ridge High and Havre it Kollory Marian manifold or. Win Grace High among i divid Throp Secretary of . Ual spellers winning certificates of Vid Street proficiency were Carolyn Webster j Highland High Jane Dublin High John e. Culetto slate Ridge Church and Mary m. He non my slate plans musical treat Ridge High Robert Cooper Mary Lochary 9 Bel air music lovers will have the Oppio Elizabcth Hopkins Alco cloak i Unity to enjoy a splendid concert. May Lead to a nation s j94 Josephine Pascuzzi Havre when the euterpe an. Chorus of in do Grace High. The slate Ridge contestants wore accompanied to Wil source Ful. To spent Many a Day trav Emington by misses Anita heaps and fan i the counsellor was a Superior Man very handsome and re Conti Mied on Page 4 Helen Harry of the faculty. Newspaper y. W. A., York presents is pro Gram at slate Ridge Church Moyle at o clock. Further details will appear next week. New in

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