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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times Only Fnu Iyuania and Northern constr. Maryland vol. La. No. 17 Delta York county april 27, 1933 established 1878 locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford mrs. Elizabeth Davies and son Eben Davies expect to arrive at their Home Here on Friday. Mrs. Davies has spent the Winter with her children. Charles Wales was a recent visitor of his brother John Wales and wife. I missionary life in China Harford editor a o. Visitor. Holden was a Baltimore mrs. Nannie Wickes who has been sick is improved. Harry Kilburn sr., entertained Leroy Kilburn and son Leroy jr., and John Hughes of new Haven Conn. Misses Phoebe Mckinley and Olive depicted in personal letters by Murial Ramsay k4 s Dies at wheel on was to farm March 5. Week end delightfully in hang How where some of you perhaps remember a 11 refugees last year during the j agriculturist Stock and Printer succumbs to attack. Good morning friends i wish you could see my Birds this morning. It s the prettiest sight j the things we saw and imaginable. They re not caged Birds end were so Worth while i you know but Lovely wild song Birds j cheerfully deduct three Days from my afternoon while on the Way from his it takes just about one minute for summer vacation on account of them Florae Habel air to a farm owned by himself and his brother John J Malcolm Mclean Worthing ton aged i most years died suddenly on monday the news to reach every Bird in the watched new year s ceremonies All one Day in the temples. The tem ple of hell was crammed with of shippers. We also watched the Home the Whir of Small wings while j ceremonies. New year s eve trooping. Garden that food has been put on the Bird table and that there s Nice Clear water in the Bath. The air is filled scores of these feathered visitors splash and Gorge on the feast spread at Goldey s business qut for Vliem were recent visitors at their tec Nooi Watib my Jav of toes among them Are a Home Here. Pair of spotted necked doves the Best or. And mrs. Albert Stubbs spent the Black Robins a. Kind a few Days recently at Sellersville a. J of mocking. They re miss Florence Mcconkey visited her favourites until the orioles parents at Woodbine recently. And the thieving magpies i Greet with or Rose a. Bower is visiting at a shot gun to preserve peace in Bird Fawn Grove. Land. Birds Are great company when mrs Mary m. Myers visited at one lives alone As i am this year while Ottwood and Lancaster recently. Crawford is Home on furlough. I a one knows Birds and Flowers and or. And mrs. G. T. Griffith were friends relatives at Harrisburg for i round in ays Soochow. Miss Marian Fisher returned to q West Chester teachers College after j a a vacation with her parents or. And january or mrs. W. J. Fisher. I february because they were swamped or. And mrs. William r. Williams a study due to uninterrupted Good and or. And mrs. Hugh Evans Lle Alth two splendid chinese motored to Valley forge and Norris teachers t covered half a year s Ian town in sunday. At the latter place ullage study during those eight they called on or. Selling or and i family. One most interesting course is one mrs. R. C. Thompson attended the Iri writing grass characters or A. R. Convention at Washington chin8se Short hand. I had to laugh a c., and visited her sister mrs. I outright at some of the queer Curli Charles Mcdowell. J cuts my teacher taught me to master. William Proctor a student at they resembled tied into Thompson s business school York Bow knots. Spent a vacation with his parents or there was one interruption to study and mrs. Earl Proctor. J durig january when the language miss Nellie Fantom Delta r d., teacher demanded a week s Holiday to was guest of her sister mrs. Wil celebrate chinese new year. A group Liam Pyle Havre de Grace my. Of us Young missionaries spent that messes. Thomas r. Robinson and Worthington near Federal Hill. A. Worthington accompanied by ceremonies sew i eve Walter e. Campbell also of Bel through the gloomy streets was driving a truck containing ing m on the Gay festivities of baled Straw. When near Coop Homes where red candles the discovered that the Straw invitingly. It was simply fascinating. Hang How s Hills were Effort succeeded in course in january but the air and we had several the Blaze after which be forgotten hikes. One trip took proceeded toward their Destina Small monastery where i saw to a have Long wanted to is. Was a human being mummified overed Black and highly polished up in a Niche Robed in yellow Broide Ries and worshipped As a god. Had i not known him to be a Abbot of the monastery i m Ruhno would have thought i was Only ing into the eyes of a life sized Ebony us Tomar going very far. However Worthington suddenly collapsed Over the steering wheel the truck to run into the or Campbell could get stopped. Aid was summoned and to Jwa tin. G. Kurtz of Jarrettsville used for some time in the Effort state him but All efforts were Junior society meets the regular meeting of the slate Ville Junior society was held on Fri Day evening at the Home of or. And mrs. John Bay by their children. 1 the following program was Given song stand up for prayer by Minnie Bay a letter from China written by miss Muriel Ramsay was read a piano duet was Given by Eva sue Cox and Eleanor Cox scripture Reading by Frances Roberts piano Mabel Whiteford a business was held. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Alma mor Iton the treasurer s report was Given 1 by Eva sue Cox. The next meeting will be held at the Home of miss Mabel Whiteford Phil Morton Leader. The meeting closed with the Benedic Tion. Refreshments were served. Those present were mrs. John Bay mrs. C. M. Cox mrs. John Dor Gan mrs. B. W. Jones Flora Streett Louise Jones Ann Dingey Frances i and Dorothy Roberts Doris Wentz i Evelyn Singleton Alma Morton mar j Ian Jean Mabel and Scott Whiteford Julia Cowley Frances Cox Billy Cowley John Dorgan jr., Merton Kerr. Jr., Eva sue Cox Minnie Bay. Dorothy Bay Eleanor Cox Annie Ebay Isabel Galbreath Amelia Choate Oleita Choate Clara Choate Charlotte Pennington Phil Morton David Gal breath and Wilson Bay new Mem Bers were Amelia Oleita and Clara death takes mrs. M. E. Harkins a deceased was a son of the late Worthington and mrs. The Ifa Ilc coi Mick Worthington. He re lived his Early education in Bel air which he entered St. John s idol seated in the customary medi j tation position. Tone other january event might Terest you. That was a new eve party Given by our boys a girls clubs. They decided to have progressive dinner a feed we visited eight or nine of their Homes played games and 1922 to engaged m fed various chinese dishes at each various parts of the country As a Civ b me Engineer. While working at his pro f egg Iota m. North Carolina he met and noodles water chestnuts his Wue. Mellon seeds Sunflower and Squash seeds meat patties the death of his father cakes Candy nuts fruit dough balls hit and his brother John d Worth More meat dishes Sweet cakes look Over the Aegis one of More came in a county s leading newspapers i i tit _ it to Irvi r Ruyi h i Vav Choate and Merton Kerr. Or. Former Delta girl Ila Thieu in South miss Bessie daughter of was married to William. Bryant of Bennetts Villa n. C. The newly married couple will make their residence in Southern Pines it c., where or. Bryant is employed. The wedding took place in Bennetts Vine mrs. Margaret e. Harkins aged 67 Vears died at her Home in Delta on thursday april 20. She the widow of the late John w. Hai Kins and was a native of har Ford county. Until her health no longer permit Ted she was an Active worker in the various activities of the slate Ridge presbyterian Church of which she was a member. Death was the result of a complication of diseases which have confined her to her bed for Many months. The funeral services were held on. Monday april 24, meeting at the late to tie at o clock and proceeding to the slate Ridge presbyterian j Church where services were conducted by the Rev. A. L. Hyde pastor assisted by Rev. B. W. Jones pastor of the Stateville presbyterian Church. Interment was made in the slate i Ridge cemetery. The pallbearers Ocie Lawrence Webster Clell Asbury Lawrence Lockhart William j. Robinson Pierre Lebrun and and Richard Boyle. Surviving Are one brother or. E. S Boyle of port Deposit. Md., and one son Hubert p. Harkins Delta. Among those who attended the fun eral were the following from Distant Points or. And mrs. C. C. Hart Ian and daughter Jane Ariene Pitts Burgh mrs. Benjamin Albright and daughter Erma Easton or. And mrs. Leon Burg and son Richard end kiss Jennie Boyd York or. And irs w. O. Thompson. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Webster of Baltimore or. And mrs. Herbert Boyle and Daugh ers Janice and Anna of Shrewsbury never ending we groaned aloud As we reached the last continued of Page eight the week end with the former a the Hou annual meeting cousins miss Romaine Morris Delta r. D., and miss Rebecca Brooks Delta. Daughters of America attend Baltimore Kally Ila the annual meeting of the Wom an s missionary society of West min mrs. Annie Hughes and daughter w be held today and tomorrow april 27 and 28, in the first presbyterian Church at York. Mrs. Agnes b. Snively will represent the National missions Board and mrs. Harry a. Rhodes of chosen the for Kellie Hughes of Wilmington were guests of relatives Here and attended services in the Rehoboth Church on x sunday evening. Improvement of the Delta red lion state Road has been started again state Road has been started again Board after being held up on account of the by interesting reports will be Given by Weater. Presbyterian officers. This evening mrs. Sarah j. Terrell and great Light for the granddaughter Little Edith Blackburn j by presented by the Young. People of Laplata md., spent a week in hot Church org Henry g Baltimore with her daughters mrs presbyterian president will Florence Williams and mrs. W d preside at the sessions. Delegates Fulton and others from the local Presby or. And mrs. Delamere Blackburn com Echos will attend. And Little daughter Edith of md., spent last week end with the former s Mother mrs. Edith Black Burn and grandmother mrs. Sarah j. Been so ably conducted by for a number of years 55r. To his decease. Under their . Both the paper and the missionary society meets the regular meeting of the women s missionary society of the Delta methodist protestant Church was held on thursday afternoon at the Home Progress the following members of Martha Washington Council no. 101, Daugh and both Young men As being among har lord s most progressive and respected citizens. At their farm could be seen some of the finest specimens of Guern Washington Council found m county ters of America attended a leg his interest in the farm american Hall Baltimore on monday o -5 111 a Fri name evening mrs. Anna Hughes mrs. His connection with the Prmt ing Sara Lloyd mrs. Ida Tweedle mrs. My at Nora learns mrs. Cora Fowler mrs. Of the racing committee at Jennie Wilson mrs. Viola Williams the Harford county fair and always mrs. Nellie Glasgow mrs. Addie hoi kept a Fine Saddle horse was a Den mrs. Wyvetta Torbert mrs. Is consistent Blue ribbon Winner a the Zanolia my Kulcy mrs. Olive Walker fair. He was a of mrs Ruth Sliver mrs. Grace Watson presbyterian Church Bel and of mrs Anna Lloyd mrs Mary Bel air rotary club. Mrs. Cora Pennington. Mrs. Erma i besides his widow he leaves two Uhler mrs Margaret Hughes mrs daughters and a son his Mother. Mrs. Margaret Pennington mrs. Hazel Theresa Mcc. Worthing ton. Bel air Amos mrs. Annie Williams mrs. Two Brothers or Frank d Worth Edith Morris misses Margaret Wil Egton Frederick md., and John United Drys conference Terrell. I at the Call of assistant District miss Margaret Galbreath attended Samuel s Laucks the forces a dinner dance Given by the alumni of of Gore in Reform gathered at St. The Church Home and infirmary Matthews lutheran Church York on training school for in Honor i monday evening april 24. Hall i j. Ili Iotov to i.ij11-, i i i Liams Mildred Pyle Hulda Smith. Bel air and a sister Ethel Hughes and Cassandra Jones. Mrs. Annie Laurie Rood wife of Charles h. Reed a former Register of wills of Harford county. Funeral services were held at his late Home in Bel air at wednesday afternoon with interment at Darlington cemetery. The Rev. E. Mrs. J Crawford president had i charge of the meeting and conducted the devotional exercises. A Surprise party was Given one of the members Peter Smith by members of the society and neighbors in Honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of her wed Ding Day. Those present were Rev. And mrs b. F. Ruley mrs. Peter Smith mrs j. C. Crawford mrs. W. W. Sellers mrs s. James Wilson mrs. Ida Ayres mrs. Hugh Hughes mrs. John h Wheeler mrs. John Judd mrs. Harry Spidle mrs. William f. Stubbs or Charles o. Brown mrs. William t Brown mrs Warren Williams Henty Poff mrs George Cantler mrs Mcclaron Watkins misses win Ilsc a Harvey Fannie Kilgore Lucy , Deloris Colvin Dorothy col Dorytha Cantler and Louise Wil 1 cams. Fake celebrates forty first anniversary Fairmount Park York county s Only amusement Park and the Home of the red lion gala week fair celebrates the forty first anniversary of its open ing modern playground equipment picnic facilities together with new rides and other amusements await the visitor to the Park. The grand opening is scheduled for saturday May 6, but in the event of inclement weather it will be postponed till the following week. The gala week fair will be held As usual Between August 21 and 26. Social club meets boy scout troops i hike saturdays Delta notes Baltimore on Friday evening. Miss Church wag crowded and a spirit of Martha Ailes daughter of or. M determination pre. Mrs. Charles Ailes of Brooklyn n. Good y., formerly of this neighbourhood is a of York member of the graduating class would visuajj2e that it is mrs Hugh r. Evans and Robert a Fine Williams spent saturday afternoon m repeat of Lgth amond work ment. Messes j. Jones h. J. Or. And mrs. R. C. Thompson enter e card and Rcv and trained messes. Rank Wiley and Hammond Werc present from Wiley Smith of drum orc Lancaster i county. _ the local boy scout troop and a spent saturday in a very enjoyable manner. The local boys escorted their Vil visitors to the slate and Green Marble Horace boar Nan. Lew is j. Quarnes and to the Susquehanna River Robert h they were accompanied by local and scout master Raymond e. Barnhart g and scout master Charles Kyle of Hebron Reuk Kah Lodge Spring Vale Deputy commissioner g. B. Westenburg Wilbur Hall Ross Miller Mono Miller Glenn at the regular meeting of lady beginning monday May 1, the i members of the various classes will j compete in a Field meet. The events include 2nd Broad jump shot spelling Declar nation instrumental and vocal music. A student is in direct charge of each event. The re sults of this meet will determine the entries for the county meet to be held in red lion May 13. H a with the approach of the end of the school term the seniors Are consider the regular meeting of the social club was held at the Home of mrs. W. F stub tas on Friday afternoon mrs o h. Heaps president had i charge of the meeting those pc sent Werc mrs. V. G Lubbs mrs. B. Jobs mrs Howard Proctor mrs. 1 Leroy Ric Oclon mrs s j Barnett mrs o. H. Heaps mrs j. T. Galley mrs. Hugh j. Evans mrs. W. R. Williams mrs. Harvey Stubbs mrs. Marshall Scarborough mrs. W. F. Tubbs and miss Nancy stub tas. C 1. Honors Bel air employee 1 Anna m Foard a traffic employee 1 of the Chesapeake and Potomac Tele 1 phone company of Baltimore City connected with the Bel air office will receive an Emblem this month in recognition of five years service with the company 1 in addition fifty four other employees of the Telephone company in Delta. Mrs Mary Proctor Delta Accomma. S. S. Laucks was chairman and Kyle 17 clan thirty or. And mrs. Stephen Cooper Delta r. D., entertained on sunday mrs. August Lay and daughters Kathryn and Margaret or. And mrs. Claude Henry and or. Ramsay Cooper. Miss Etta Silver of Germantown pa., was the guest of her sister in Law mrs. Anna w. Silver Whiteford. Mrs. Robert Roberts and mrs. J t. Galbreath visited Slateville school taught by miss Kathryn Lay on monday afternoon. Bortner Jones has returned Home after spending the Winter in Florida. Or. And mrs. Edward Stewart and son Edward jr., were recent guests of or. And mrs. Clinton Brown of Street my continued on Page -1 was conference and its aim will be to stir the moral forces of the county to prove that at heart it champions the 18th amendment. Its slogan will be York county is dry and Well prove a nominating committee was elected to choose the executive com Mittee of this emergency conference said nominating committee Are or. I s. S. Laucks j. H. Stein mrs. I. B. Abel or. Walter b. Hayes. The executive committee of nine members when elected will promote an organization of United Drys in every town and precinct in York county. Williams n. Maxwell to jr., and William w. I Brand. Mary Wise vice grand Ida i Ayres trustee Cassandra Jones representative to Rebekah Assembly hold regular meeting Margaretta Brown troop 47, boy scouts of America Jenkins conductor Delta met monday evening april 24, i Kinley Warden Callie Poff right in the fire company Hall. The meet have five years scr Chloka ing was in charge of the scout Mas prof. R. E. Barnhart. The meet ing opened by the scouts repeating the oath. Blaine Williams Frank Wickes and Everett Flahart were admitted into the troop. Williams was a former member. Plans for the organization of a base Ball team were made. Scout Wilson Galbreath was elected Man Ager. The meeting adjourned and Brown left supporter Elizabeth Ful study time both in and out of school. And one thirty five years ser the schedule of graduation events vice. The combined service records of follows baccalaureate sunday May these men and women total 525 years 23 class night thursday May 27 according to a statement Esbanolia me commencement Friday May 28. Frederick j. Irish general of the company. R. F. Mead wire chief Baltimore has just been awarded a Diamond Ney or supporter to Noble grand Margaretta Fallston Grange from lion. Following the business session a social hour and refreshments were served. Program was Given duet when Mother played the Organ and daddy Fang a Nora Lea non and Esbanolia Mckin Ley readings by Maud Cantler and plotter some time was spent in passing tests. Curtis Cantler. Presented by the teachers and pupils of Fallston school. Rcv. Fran Cis Gray who spent sonic time in China will speak on that subject at ithe next regular meeting april 28. 1 this meeting will be open to the pub lit and a Good audience is anticipated to hear this most interesting lec Fure. Star Emblem is awarded ten years service a Gold two Star Emblem fifteen years three Star Emblem and for Twenty years service a four Star Emblem. A Gold Emblem containing a Ruby is awarded for Twenty five years service and for thirty five i years service a Gold Emblem contain 1 ing a Diamond. X newspaper

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