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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 2, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaSun Herald the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 31 Delta York county pa., thursday August 2, 1934 Barnett clan holds big Day in Lancaster last saturday was a festive Day for the Banuett clan which gathered in the Beautiful Black Barren Park Lancaster county. Soon after arrival preparations were on. Foot for a splendid and meats a. Lore with All the Side trimmings. After everybody s appetite was satisfied and the fragments gathered up the clan met in the Pavilion. President . L. Barnett Prejs ded. A commit tee was appointed who soon reported the following officers for the ensuing j. H. Wise vice president Thos. L. Barnett Secre tary Margaret Mckinley asst. Sec a mrs. Harry Westerman treasurer Frank Seattle. The next meeting will be held at the usual time the last saturday in july at Fawn Grove Park or. How Ard Walker and mrs. Margaret Mckinley had charge of the games and contests All of which afforded much merriment. The popular game for the men was pitching horseshoes. Those present were j. Bruce bar Nett Elizabeth Barnett Mary h. Bar Nett Quarry Vule or. And mrs. Harry c. Westerm an Philadelphia Jas. S. Barnett and family Berkshire Heights a. Mrs. A. T. Barnett or. And mrs. Frank Beattie Mabel and Doris Barnett Laura leaps or. And mrs. Howard Patterson or. And mrs Jos. A. Wise mrs. Lauernce Snyder and son or. And mrs. How Ard Walker Helen Sara Jane and Viola. Wise or. And mrs. E. W. At Kins or. Samuel w. Wise and Sam Uel m. Wise or. And mrs. D. L. Nay Lor 3. Park Barnett we. S. Bar Nett Jos. A. Wise mrs. S. J. Bar Nett or. And mrs. W. H. Murr or. And mrs. S. A. Mckinley Charles Barnett. 0 a Hundred in the Shade 0 Spangler travels 600 Miles in advertising red lion gala week promises thrills in order to advertise with posters cards Etc., the red lion. Gala week fair which this month will be held Fawn Grove fair promises thrill and music galore responsible for the while those aug. 29th to 25th, inclusive manager Fawn Grove fair this year have a r. A Spangler during the past few Deal to do to reach the High weeks has travelled considerably Over Marlc set toy previous successes there 600 Miles in an area Distant from red is every reason for believing that their gives piano recital the sixth annual recital by the pupils of ivors. Helen n. Williams will tie held at the Delta Chapel Friday evening August 3, at o clock. An interesting program has been arranged and a Large number will participate. These Are coming to be quite an. Event among music Lov ers and attract More persons with the passing years. We Hope to be Able next week to publish a. List of the pupils. Missionary society meets come come come to the fair by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week vases Iron Lions Bronze lamps vie Ner Home on monday night. The re i turn to Wang. Why Aren t they j Trolas alarm clocks yes even were said to be encouraging More but Wang does t j imaginable. And plans Are being developed which answer. She is too excited about the i the heaviest weighs sixty pounds one will enable the society to meet its images hoisted High Over our j of the men informs me proudly fifty quota of the financial obligations of str in Itti of Orci the in o tvs n try mrs. Hugh Hughes entertained the members of the Home missionary society of the Delta m. P. Church at or so we take them to be at first. Steel Hooks in a Row pulling the flesh. Here come the says she. I gasp at her words. And then my heart turns Over. For these Are not images on Sticks. They Are living children hoisted up to a of the right Arm Down hideously. The Church in full. The ladies aided by the senior so heart attack fatal to mrs. Beakes the height the crowds the strange sounds and uncomfortably warm in their heavy Satin Robes and beaded head gear. They Sway sickeningly on slender poles. How do they stay up i ask Wang in a horrified whisper. After an. Attack lasting Only a few minutes mrs. Annie Celler Beakes wife of a. V. Beakes prominent Delta merchant died from acute cardiac dilatation at o clock tuesday evening. The death certificate was is sued by Coroner l. To. 2ech she was 57 years old. Mrs. Beakes had been suffering from a heart affection for some time but was Able to be up and about the House. She was resting on the porch after the evening meal when she was stricken. Or. Beakes was in Balti More on business and their son John who is associated with his father in the conduct of the store was in the store room at the time of the attack. Her plight was discovered by a neigh Bor who had gone to the porch to speak to her. She immediately ran in to the store and called the son who in turn sent for or. H. S. Allen at once. In spite of the physician s prompt response it was too late. Besides the husband and son Al ready mentioned there is a son Edwin and a daughter mrs. Milton Havvard both of Baltimore also a sister mrs. Catherine Michle of the same place. The body was taken to the Home mrs. Hayward 25-32 Wilkens ave nue Baltimore by funeral director hut fort p. Harkins on wednesday afternoon. The funeral will to held from this Home on Friday afternoon at around o clock with inter ment in Western cemetery. They Are bound to Iron j How old is 1 ask. Are you she replies at the top of the Rod his father and is this your love for you see there. The children s Gar ments hide the chairs. Their costumes represent mythological figures characters in our but miss Wang Why be so cruel to a child that s torture. See How members of the Ramsay clan celebrated their 4th reunion last Satur Day at the Delta Chapel. After a Bountiful dinner a business meeting was held. In the absence of the presi Dent and vice president mrs. Mary Lecrone acted As chairman. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the Secretary Rev. H. C. Ramsay. Re ports were also Given by the treasurer and historian. It waa decided to hold the next meeting in 1937. Elec Tion of officers resulted in the Fol lowing president Ramsay Kilgore York vice president Graham Thomp son Delta Secretary mrs. Sharpless York treasurer Clinton Johnson Delta historian mrs. Mary Lecrone. Those present were or. And mrs. Park Wiley Mckeesport a. Mrs. H. M. Kilgore York Ramsay Kilgore and daughter Catherine Ray Kilgore or. And mrs. George Fleming or. And mrs. Thomas Sharpless mrs. Stover and her four Chat men All of York or. And mrs. Ross Ramsay the child does it Hurt terribly lit i several members of the pleasant Ramsay Mildred and pres a Sissy Jolly Wang Hughes my questions. To on wednesday and org. Dale male Annand although the father answers attended m Onker Stork county both and Tirls 4-w _ _. I us , a Bucu by thu of Siili us something stops the procession and immediately before us a Small boy w u Send a and six years old refuses to walk another j household necessities to the Church w he has two Small Hooks in at Pine Ridge ky., about the dizzy height and carried along by Chubby Arm and has been carrying-1 Middle of August. Members having bearers frightened half to death by a potted Fern. His father walking be j articles of this nature to Side him has lifted the Fern from hip Side him has lifted the Fern from the Hooks and is having difficulty in get Ting it re hooked. In vain he pleads urged to take them to the Home of mrs. Charles Brown where the pack coaxes threatens telling his son it ins will be done. At the close of the will Only be a Little farther to walk. Meeting the hostess provided delicious the handsome Little Chap shakes his i refreshments for those present. Head and struggles. 4-h club picnics lion. This year s Enterprise from present indications will far exceed in interest the events of the past few years. Or. Spangler in giving so wide an announcement of the gala week fair is thus endeavouring to bring a Many folks As possible from Distan Points during the evenings of the fair. As usual in former years there will be a special children s afternoon on. Thursday of the fair week Ancl on saturday the last Day of the event the fair will be open both afternoon and evening. Aside of the various commercial Auto and other exhibits amusement and musical features open air con certs free open air performances Knaus shows which came Here Sev eral years ago will form a part of this year s fair program with a Lar Ger array of concessions novelties Etc. Than formerly. Virtually All available exhibition space has been reserved by the firms co operating in making this year s gala week a Success in every respect. Ramsay family holds reunion efforts will be rewarded in a bigger anal better fair than Ever. As usual the big event for the opening the old fiddlers concert. The John Flaharty orchestra will be there and that Means music. The red lion red Caps will furnish their quota of toe tick Ling tunes. What these two groups fail to do in teasing the terpsichore an Art to trip the Light will be taken care of by the York county rambers Smith s orchestra Parson s orchestra the Howard family orchestra and shorty s Jug band. Judging thursday curiosity to see what the awards will be always draws an interested crowd on thursday. The Large variety of attractive exhibits guarantee More than Ordinary interest this year and you Caa t afford to miss this Day zest will be added to the program by the Fawn Grove band and in the evening the York orchestra will fur Nish music for round dancing. Those who like variety May find it in the addresses of Emmanuel Beck of York Republican candidate for Congress and Jacob m. Flinchbaugh red lion democratic candidate for the state legislature. Children claim Friday children of Public school age will be admitted at the Gate until 4 p. M. On Friday. You know what that Means. And when you Are told that the line Felton band directed by David King of York will provide the music you Don t have to study any longer about spending that Day at the fair. This band will be augmented by two male vocalists and a female chorus of six Een voices. A spectacular saturday besides the Flash and fire of Fawn prove s own band there will be an illuminated night balloon acsension with a daring Parachute drop in the ight of a Candle Power flare. This extraordinary feat performed by capt. Smiles o Timmons often called the half because he Las lost one Eye one Arm and one leg in dare Devil stunts will come As grand Climax to a big Day. Glibly enough. If you ask about the pain sex Ains Wang they win of perfectly furious at you for they Yuu to our me pain sex ivies. Louis Scarbor unhappy that Little face is Why Plains w win ant Valley contingent contributed a we at Lancaster mrs Don t they have adults do perfect la at Gnu stunt and also took part in the local enjoy week at Camp t Aunuua Yuu Lor Iney u Eva Johnson or. And mrs. Clinton w t left saturday grown folks Are too heavy. A that b us Tahata service. Johnson Wanda John or l Vor Camp Canoga the boy scout Here come two children in a group j Weed u anyone asks que Sticks about i those m the party were mrs. Caro org Johnson and son Camp of York county located on the one above the other. Listen to the Wie Rightmire mrs. Harry Macki or and mrs Pomraning Creek. Transportation was applause the bearers Are breaking i continued next week Griffith Ruth and Mary Johnson Donald Dale Milton the Courtesy of into a run. How the people clap of Elizabeth ashes Mildred and Vir no Robert Johnson. M Marshall t. Heaps of the heaps to one of the children is falling. No j j Ginia Snodgrass Faye Beard Edith Crone Rev c co. Cardiff. Someone catches him. He is i Llly Stewart Ruth Ella Wiley Elizabeth Garnsay. Two Wick is Southern District i far k-5ck j Ine Isaac Anu i g Inozia souls Are Modred messes. Owen Griffith Gloria Ramsa mrs e e Paisa present from troops in new free Paul Wheeler Thomas Stephens jul mrs Glen Rock Stewartstown and Elizabeth Docekel twelve year old Ian Rightmire Charles Mackson de Houard _ _ and Robert Ramsay. All of but i cover my eyes and my voice chokes. Such showing off is too much for me. It is says when my father was an official he was much of str and mrs Norman e. Ward Wiley Albert Ayres and Charlesq. Opposed it. Often the children 33uccitel, Delta r. D. 4, near sunny ails. Actually die of fright and exposure. Blu n taken to the York to Sirikul Ueha. Friends of the scouts Are in a flu i -4 Richardson. Fawn Grove v s l the Camy this this procession has Deen marching in in serious condition As the result i the hot Sun for three hours now Beins struck by an automobile on Friday morning while walking Alon coming from the Hills and will Likely go on for two hours Don twang its and Barnett. The girl was in York Delta Road near the Home a number of friends were enter or and mrs. Delmar Thompson mrs. Paul Thompson Ancl Carroll or. Ancl mrs. Graham Thompson Ancl fam or. Ancl mrs. Lyle Hess Ancl fam ily Rev. And mrs. B. W. Tour a. Then i laugh with the crowd in spite week. Last year the local troop a in turd in the swimming meet with Brooks Thomas Craw lord and Benny Tohong a therm most of the Points. The scouts Are again expecting to take first place in this week s meet. Of one or those children Accident Thomas mrs. Mary Dooley and Jose a or. Ancl mrs. Charles Myers enter Tlle scouts spending the week in Between Earth and sky has hoisted a the Accident happened when an a pm line Beard in Celebration of their trained during the past week at their Joseph Harry Jack Bui Black umbrella Over her red Satin 1 Lonobile passed her and for some j birthdays which occurred during the Home in Bryansville the following utter. Randall Mclaughlin John rus fairy gown. Sensible child unaccountable reason she of july. The evening was spent i persons the latter s a. -so11 Williams Benny Tobin w. Wil and another with child like un-1lv darted across the Road Inu the in a sociable Way followed by a Well j Ramsay wife and children Marie and Galbriath we. Arthur heaps concern is removing her upper Gar path of a North bound car driven by ice Walter Graham from Edwin Beaker Robert Macomber ments much warm for a scorch Idaho Kennedy of Muddy Creek Forks i those present were or. And mrs Ohio a son in Law Curtis c. Noerr Donald Diek and Thomas ing hot Day like this what do front of the machine struck the or cider or. And mrs. Arthur a pfc and daughters Margaret and Brooks. Al Yuyu Jas Niell. Me Giri was in irid on last thursday evening at the conscious for several hours after the i Thomas Home in Honor of miss Alice ing hot Day like this what do front of the machine struck fee care for Honor and glory pomp is k.vtki1tai.v at Zivku extent arc at Bungalow or. And mrs. J. T. Gailey entertained at their Cabin at peach Bot Tom last week the following per sons or. Andl Vars. Stubbs or. And mrs. William f. Mrs. Re Bert Bosworth and daughter Peggy sir. And mrs. Harris Perkins and children Audrey and Robert mrs. C. Clark Gailey and daughters Betty Jean and Marjorie mrs Frank Krick and mrs. Northamer. Care for Honor and glory pomp is throwing her to the Road. Mrs. Ollic Krouse mrs Hilda from Holtwood also another nothing to these daughters of the nov his car and carried Hines mrs. Fanny Thomas son in Law Howard m. Sellers with soil. To the Barnett Home where and mrs. Ralph Fulton or. And his and daughters Marguerite now it is your turn to gasp. Scores jct was put in Drw e Arthur j mrs. Hugh Scotten mrs. Mary to and Mary. Of Little boys and Young men Are do Cardiff he first Aid and and Wise or. And mrs. Joseph penance and seeking future Merit sed her removal Hospital. Erma Myers mrs. Mary Dooley new i Aba Ciiab by thrusting flesh Hooks into their taken by who biases Ruth and Alice Thomas Sadie sons mrs. Wesley Kilgore mrs. How 1 arms to which arc suspended All Man later the Accident to the Kilgore Alice Bennington Poroth the Rev. C. K. Strausburg Ard King orc mrs. Ellie Kilgore mrs. Iner of heavy articles. Highway patrol at York. Algor a Helen Bates Eleanor and appointed pastor of Cambria m. P. J Clark Kilgore mrs. Amanda Pagan Bertha tatar or Inri first Urt or. And mrs. Ross King orc recently held a picnic at the River which was attended by the following per sons mrs. Wesley Kilgore mrs. How Ner of heavy articles. Here they come with arms out stretched in a Long procession. Spar tans All from the wee five year old lad to the muscular Farmer of forty. From every Arm hangs an object of varying weight potted ferns potted shrubs baskets of carnations sacrificial urns from the temples Pewter Frost in six so katydids ii up 1ieiie in us. My Al t k. "vl.1 a Vars x i j Bertha Wise Mary and Ella Beard i Church made his first appearance be Jar. And mrs. Melvin Kilgore Scotten Martha and Josephine fore the United churches of the com Randall mrs. James Kilgore and son Frost in six weeks the katydids have started chirp ing these hot nights and county Farmers swear that Means the first Frost is Only six weeks away. Beard Evelyn Myers Mary and Ger Trude Fulton messes. S. Reed Kil Gore Vallie Kilgore Earl Myers Unity when he preached at the Union services held in Rehoboth Church on sunday night. His Mes Jimmie mrs. Purdy Glenn and daughters Hope Grace Ancl Ellen mrs. Samuel Haugh and children us buoy 1115111. A Mes mrs. Samuel Haugh and children John Bennington Samuel Mclaughlin Sage based on the text Happy Are Esther Jean and Ellis mrs. Grace Joseph and Philip Kilgore people whose god is the Glenn miss Margaret steel miss Jones James Greider and Donald Ful has been highly commended by Many Dottie Burk Milton Burk and James Tel Al. What a Alrh Jim tin Wise. Newspaper newspaper

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