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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 31 Dexta. York county pa., thursday August 3, 1933 Fawn Grove plans big fair program. Delta boy Scotts on camping trip music pupils the members of boy scout troop no. 47 Are very much enthused be-1 give recital j Ramsay relatives gather saturday flans under Way for Pegan reunion reunion was r forms loan wag seemed july 29. About Ttt-Pndp-1 i the efforts of the troop committee in Lenas Atte Naea. H by j held saturday on the Delta Chapel a Gurcay Aile noon grounds. Under the Lovely Maple sixty and j times was spread a. Banquet fit for a prizes for j a rect King where everyone was served in More enthusiasm is being shown they have 3ecured r loan the Home of Helen n. Williams was i the third Ramsay every Day about the Fawn Grove fair. club Tweit. Again the scene of a musical _ _ the fair which will be held August i sponsors order to uni Fer pupils on saturday afternoon grounds. Under the Lovely Maple 1c to 19, inclusive Day and night will be the biggest and Best in the seven years it has been running Edwatd attendance were awarded Ami. A the Early afternoon by the ladies the clan in a most gracious manner. After the picnic dinner was served a Short devotional service opened the j Brief programme of the Day. Rev. H. Ren 1 c1 Ramsay read the 23rd psalm after i which he led in prayer. Following i these exercises the historian mrs. There will be exhibits from every q Ruff of the Lions club i Lone Evan Atkins and june Joinson. Parts of pm forms arrived last refreshments in keeping with tse sea Section of the county although or. Morris president of the association has said that exhibits Are coming in rather slow from the lower end of the Borough peach Bot Tom township and lower Chanceford township. Where Are our exhibitors in this Section of the county there is Only a Small charge for exhibition space either in the buildings or in the open air. Certainly a few dollars full uniform consists of a j son were served at the close hat shirt breeches shorts stockings recital. The following numbers wer Belt and neckerchief. The scouts Are also enthused be dered by the pupils f the last saturday they left f or colonial March two Julia Camp Canoga on the Conewago j Cowley Eleanor Cox Mabel Mary Lacrone gave a summary of for a week s stay. Eleven Ford spent for advertising at the Fawn Grove fair would be returned when one or More sales was made while there or probably your prize at the card and Eva sue Cox ballade j the clan from the birth of Robert Joe Robinson morn Ramsay in october 1795. He married ing prayer Lois Reed Jane Whiteford in 1820. They had a scouts expect to uphold children in the Woods Janet Kilgore family of eight boys and one girl and _ a of i nil i Irtis a q o o i the final arrangements for the fifth reunion of the Pegan clan which will be held on saturday August 12, at Williamson s Park Lancaster county pa., was completed on saturday july 23, at the Home of A. Walton 146 n. Prince Street Lancaster a. This family Are among the Early settlers of Southern Lancaster county and Are descendants of Archibald Pegan who died november 1749, and is buried in the old presbyterian cemetery at Chestnut level a. Those gathering for these annual events Are principally from the states of Pennsylvania Maryland and Dela Neely is chosen to head Board scout Naster Are 3iuddy Creek Forks Man to supervise co. Wheat acreage to a Ripe old age. The aver fair will cover it. As in other years music will be one of the main features of the fair. A Strong amplifying system be in stalled to make it possible to hear the programs on All parts of the grounds. An old fiddlers convention under the management of Harry Howard will be held wednesday afternoon and evening. The Susquehanna mountaineers Jug band with Many other record made in 1931. At that i 3nd Evan Atkins a fairy wedding they set a record for Cabin in j Waltz Kerr the age of the eight was 76 years a Speeton and class advancement. It music Box Romaine Kerr the first time in the history of i the Moss covered Church his wife at 76 years. T. Cooper Camp Canoga which was established Henry Wallace heaps Jack Dian i Ramsay was within a month of 94 that such a record was made. Item Parade Helen re tidy j years. There were fifty one grand the left morn Jand Virginia Stevens dance of. The children and All have passed away truck of the butter flies Edith Draper a but Twenty one. There was but one Ile fou owing in Lerry games Billy Reed of twins and in the 138 years the _ _ _ f to qty Parvis Ltd 51 Antip in i at 9 o clock in Ciff milling co. Robert Delta couple reveal secret marriage announcement has been made of the marriage of miss Clara love Findlay daughter of the late or. And mrs. Harry d. Findley of Delta Pennsylvania to James Slade Morris edelweiss Glide Waltz Ramsay family did not have a single i son of mrs. Walter w. Morris w. Wilson Gal butterflies Virginia Stevens j breath Maxwell Seal Borough jr., brother s birthday March Benny Tobin Thomas Crawford Joe Robinson and Henry Paul Noerr Donald Dick Edwin lace heaps Convent Bells to Thomas Brooks John june Johnson wild Flowers i and j fatal Accident nor a sudden death. Ens a memorial of five members of the Eab clan who had passed on to glory al since they last met in 1932 was read a by Graham Thompson. The minutes known orchestras will participate Idor Stife the 1932 meeting was read by the j Reed when grandpa was a i Secretary. A new staff of officers was Iginia Copenhaver at the fair fee Ithen elected for 1933-34 consisting of Ilac link Janet Kilgore Distant i president Curtis Johnson vice presi chasing the butterflies Evan Atkins Dent Lester Malcome. Treasurer Bert Lazzarine Doris Fife and ram Enfield and re election of their in the program. The Fawn Grove band under the leadership of a. H. Morris president j of the fair association will give a concert thursday morning afternoon and evening. Come any time during the Day and you will hear Fawn Grove s local band Talent. There will j to dancing in the evening music for will be furnished by a York orchestra. Thursday is also political Barnhart. Barnett clan holds reunion june Johnson Jolly school Sirls Waltz Anna Malone mocking Bird Lois Secretary Rev. H. C. Ramsay. Considering present depression conditions a very generous offering to a Man from the Southern end of York county has been chosen As head of the York co. Wheat Board which will supervise administration of the farm Relief act in York co. Robert Neely of Muddy Creek Forks is the Man chosen. He was named president of the county Board at a meeting held saturday in the grand jury room of the county court House at York. _ r. E. Yinger of lit. Wolf a Sis named vice president and Charles Wilson of Stev arts town was chosen Secretary. The Board is expected to have its Headquarters in the Post office building in York. S. T. Peeling York r. E. Singer it. Wolf and s. M. Fiegler Wellsville were named As a committee to obtain the Headquarters. This Board will be responsible for working out with the wheat growing Farmers of the county the proposition of decreasing the acreage of wheat to be grown. Those Farmers who go along with the National administration on its plans to reduce the acreage received full instructions from Washington. The descendants of the late Joseph Rill veed Mountain Belle Ward expenses of the Day was collect of Sigma Phi Sigma fraternity. He re Titi it to Lorl v i i to i a. I. _ _ m of Pylesville Maryland which took place the second Day of March 1933 at Ellicott City my. The ceremony performed by the reverend an a will be benefited on the wheat they Drew Allan presbyterian minister at have to sell. The Board has not yet Bis Home. The Bride is an Alumna of the Delta High school class of 1930, and at tended Strayer Bryant Stratton business College in Baltimore. Or. Morris is an alumnus of the Highland High school class of 1926. He at tended the University of Maryland and is a member of the Delta chapter Nancy Huff Barmett held their Bobby Gemmill alien which left but a Small balance on the i 4 a graduate accountant of Strayer second reunion at Black Barren Ethel 1thc Side. The programme j Bryant Stratton business College Day and All candidates will have the Springs on saturday july 29. Jane heaps Solo my Dolly i with prayer of thanksgiving j and is now employed in the second _ ajar a mat Hetts and worst lip Fey the Rev. H. C. Ram Bank in Bel air. Or. Morris the program for the Day was As privilege of using the platform and to amplifying system for a few minutes follows music orchestra address by during the afternoon. Apply to l. M. The president Thomas l. Barnett s it Joseph Brown Secretary of the association song Jingle Bells address of Wel m g for further information concerning come Charles Barmett of Columbia this feature Secretary s report mrs. Nan Paige say. Who has been Active in company ninety eight of the clan were kept first infantry of the Maryland Naas is their usual custom the fair 1 Macabee a letter of greetings was association has set aside read from Mccandless of los. The school children at which time All Angeles California and John hoist pupils of the Public schools will be i Baltimore music by Barnett boys admitted free until 4 p. M. High history of the Barnett clan Given by school orchestras from York and har Walker song by James Barnett Ford counties will compete in a con son of Oscar Barnett i wish i was test for Cash prizes totalling single Banjo Solo James This contest will be in charge of fair j Barnett address by Edward Paige directors Gemmill Strawbridge and music by Barnett boys mrs. Nan Payne Norris. J Paige Macabee read a very pretty the fourth and biggest Day of the poem written by John hoist of bal fair is saturday. If you miss this Day timbre. Officers for the ensuing year of the fair you will miss hearing the were elected As follows president York icy band the York City band Thomas l. Barnett vice president. Quartet and miss Yoder xylophone j Bruce Barnett honorary president and Marimba soloist. You will also Joseph Barmett of Chestnut level miss your Chance of winning the Beau the oldest member of the Barnett Tifful living room suite which is to be i clan. His age is 86 Secretary mrs. Given away absolutely free at 10 p. Nan Paige Macabee assistant Secre m. That night. J tary mrs. Margaret Wise Mckinley treasurer Howard l. Walker his Community club i i Torian Mary Barnett entertainment meeting committee Alberta n. Cor Dia Barnett Walker mrs. Bruce bar due to the warm weather the car Nett Mary Barnett and mrs. Harmen diff Community club will not meet i Donaldson. The reunion will be held during the month of August but will j next year at peach Bottom july 28. Told their next meeting at the Home those present were or. And mrs. Of or. And mrs. Rees on Friday Joseph Barnett or. And mrs. Evening september 1, at 8 o clock. Bruce Barnett or. And mrs. James Barnett or. And mrs. Thomas l. Barnett or. And mrs. Oscar Barnett i or. And mrs. Edgar Barmett or. And mrs. Charles Barnett Audrey bar Nett James Barnett James d. Barnett Mary n. Barnatt Grace l miss Ethel Wise daughter of mrs. Barnett Vera b. Barmett Thomas Charles Davis and Melvin l. Norris Lee Barnett or. And mrs. Frank son of or. And mrs. S. John Norris Beattie or. And mrs. Joseph Paige who were married on july 27, by the or. And mrs. Edwin j. Paige Albert Rev. A. G. Switzer of Bel air were j Paige or. And mrs. D. L. Naylor Given a reception at the Home of the i or. And mrs. James Harmen Donal reception Given newlyweds Bride s Mother on saturday evening. Music was furnished by Flaharty s orchestra. G. L. Holden a Cousin of the bridegroom was the toastmaster. Addresses were made by or. Leib John Bartenslager mrs. Annie Bell and Chester Holden. Those present were or. And mrs. Melvin l. Norris or. And mrs. Charles Davis or. And mrs. S. John Norris John c. Norris mrs. Laura Michael or. And mrs. John Flaharty or. And mrs. Edward Williams and daughter Jane Marie or. And mrs. Roger Michael or. And mrs. William Michael mrs. Annie Bell or. And mrs. Russell Gibbs or. And mrs. Roy Lanius John Bartenslager mrs. Clara Neeper or. And mrs. Charles Beard and Daugh ters Bertha and Gladys or. And mrs. Wilbur Almoney mrs. Walter few and son Thuman or. And mrs. C. O. Holden Gwynne l. Holden James Marsteller Hugh Poff or. Leib miss Alice Bennington miss Minnie Mit Chell misses Frances and Ber Nice Wiste Alonzo Wise Jesse Fla Harty Sterling Grove and miss Betty Bat Ley. Newspaper continued on Page four citizenship meeting the Union evangelistic meeting of sunday night will be a citizen ship meeting and will be held in the firemen s Hall at eight o clock. The speaker will be the assistant District attorney of York co., or. S. S. Laucks York a. The devotional exercise will be in charge of Rev. John Hammond. Community singing led by local Talent. The churches and the Public Are earnestly re Quested to attend this meeting. Future Union evangelistic meetings during August August 6, citizenship meeting firemen s Hall s. S. Laucks Esq. August 13, slate Ridge Church . B. F. Ruley. August 20, methodist Church Rev. A. L. Hyde. Draper and entertained from 11 a. M. Until continued on Page four 6 Rioual guards was recently commissioned second lieutenant. Hunting song Pauline dance of the and Helen n. Williams a Sleigh ride party june Johnson and Doris Fife March of i Prosperity two Eva sue Cox Eleanor Cox Mabel Whiteford and Helen n. Williams. Mrs. Grace Holloway of Havre do Grace spent several Dawrs last week try test to coax of interest or. And mrs. Robert Williams of pen mar baseball league standing of the teams w l Taylor 4 1 Whiteford 3 2 Jarrettsville 3 2 Highland 0 5 spending two weeks in Washington. Al the Home of or. And mrs. Hutchin York spent the week end with the sen Hamilton. Matter s Mother mrs. John a. Judd. Or. And mrs. Bertram Corning of j mrs. Williams remained for an sex Chevy Chase md., spent the week i tended visit. End at the Home of or. And mrs i mrs. Mckee has returned after Morgan White Ford. Miss Anna Whiteford is on he 3ick list. Mrs. Gertrude hash of Virginia spending the summer at the of her parents or. And mrs. E. S Hale. Mrs. James Kahoe of Havre de mrs. Robert Griffith two weeks with her Hamilton Norris. Is spending sister mrs. Ruth Kirg Jones is spending some Whiteford Defeated Taylor 5 to 3 last saturday cutting Taylor s Lead to one game. N. Mcnutt pitched a great game limiting Taylor to 6 scattered hits and fanning 12. T. White Ford Lead the attack for Whiteford i collecting 3 hits and driving in the tying run with a double. Whiteford returned to their championship form and landed out twelve hits. Next saturday August 5, Whiteford will encounter Highland at Whiteford. Grace spent last week at the Home of or. And mrs. Stanley Kahoe. Miss Constance Henry is visiting her Mother mrs. John Holloway of Havre de Grace. Time with her sister mrs. Thompson Elizabeth n. J. Frej Ramsay. New Park Wayne spent Taiylor from Friday until wednesday with his brother the Rev. H c. Ramsay or. And mrs. Bill Henry Are spend ing their vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Adam Ross. Mrs. Beulah Kerr Jones is improving her residence on High Street with a coat of paint Nicholas and Wilmot Jones being the artists. Misses Betty and Anne Sinclair Are re a a i 1 spending this week with or. And mrs. 1 o bios Petal or. C. Thompson at the car Del hotel Forest Hiu mrs. Bertha Johnson has been spending some time with her parents or. And mrs. Adam Hess. Mrs. J. H. Whaland and mrs. B. G. Buckland spent saturday m Baltimore miss Julia Hartigon. Woodroe monks is visiting with or. And mrs. John monks. Quite a number of folks from Here attended Chestnut Hill Church on. Sunday to hear the president of the conference speak. Dudley Watters and daughter Jamily called of or. And mrs. Harry Coleman on sunday. Mrs. Harry Nagle is spending this week with or. And mrs. C. F. Murphy at Chesapeake City. Or. And mrs. Walter Kenyon and family of Chicago have been visiting with or. And mrs. Harry Kenyon. Harry Kenyon returned with them and expects to attend the world s fair while there. Harry Barrow who has been sick is some improved at this time. Or. And mrs. Harry z. Heaps visited or. And mrs. O. H. Heaps on Sun Day evening. Mrs. James swam who has been on the sick list is Able to be out again. George Harkins has not been so Well. About eighty of the Centre s. S. Members attended the sunday school Fawn Grove enjoyed the picnic on tuesday at picnic grounds and swimming and other sports u. Meets miss Brown William r. Orr a Well known Mer chant of Highland was taken to a Baltimore Hospital on wednesday a business nesting of the w. C. T. Carroll w. Growl rocks returned jul. Was held at the Home of Mary f. Home on sunday after spending a Brown on wednesday july 26. De week with relatives in Centerville. Mrs. W. H. Galbreath is spending motions were conducted by the presi Dent mrs. W. F. Stul is. A Lively Spruce if Gore is b Scarff of h Clark c h. Scarff 3b p g. Davis in Quesenberry of c Davis p 3b d. Clark 2b a h 5 1 0 r with a Bullet wound of the right Tern some time with her Cousin mrs. Kate business session was held mrs Ham 0 pie. The Bullet passed through the Webb at Media a. Mond representative of dry Emer 0 right Eye dislodging it. According to i the Rev. And mrs. B. W. Jones Goncy forces of York county pre and scented petitions to be used in peach and Bottom Chanceford and lower 0 i the injured Man called at several mrs. J. A. Thomas Friday evening. Chanceford townships also Fawn 0 i business firms in Delta on wednesday or. And mrs. Tob Burkins and Grove and Delta boroughs. The meet 1 morning from there he went to his granddaughter of rising Sun spent ing was then turned into a special Ralph prayer meeting led by miss Guy Mccurdy. White ribbon Benediction was authorities or. Orr had been in a and daughters Mary Gladys depressed state of mind Tor some time., Louise took supper with or. 0 37 6 3 Whiteford s. Lloyd if m. Lloyd is a. Lloyd in n. Mcnutt p j. Norris 2b Regan of t. Whiteford of f. Childress 3b Hughes c a h 4 1 5 0 4 2 5 40 13 5 Slatev ixe societies unite in meeting the ladies missionary society of Slateville Church will hold their monthly meeting thursday afternoon August 10, at 2 o clock. The meeting will be held on the August 27, the Chapel Rev. John Chapel Lawn As a Union meeting with Hammond. The Guild juniors and social service september 3, Rehoboth Church club of the Church and a full attn b. W. Jones. Store at Highland where he held a sunday with or. And mrs. Conversation with several members of i Duncan. His family in the office there. It was j mrs. Lewis Jones and Noah Reese not Long after this until members of of Wilkes Barre Are spending some the family heard a shot and running time with John r. Williams and sister into the office found or. Orr lying on the floor with a Bullet through his Temple and Eye. Or. W. E. Arthur was summoned and rendered first Aid then ordered him taken to the Union memorial Hospital immediately. Reports from the Hospital today say that he is very weak suffering from the loss of blood but his chances for recovery Are re ported Good. Picnic at the rocks the following enjoyed bathing and a picnic supper at the rocks on Sun Day afternoon or. And mrs. Stephen miss Marietta Williams. Or. And turned to mrs. Their s. J. Dayman re Horne on sunday used in Clos my Delta ladies enjoy picnic the ladies auxiliary of the Delta m p. Church motored to Del Haven Park on Friday afternoon and held their annual picnic. Those in Atten dance were Rev. B. F. Ruley mrs. Ida Ayres mrs. Summerfield Rigdon after spending several Days with or. And mrs. Spencer Goldsborough of Chester. On their return they were accompanied by miss Ruth golds Borough who will spend a few weeks at the Dayman Home. Or. And mrs. Gailen p. Boyce daughter Anna and son William and mrs. Caleb Williams mrs. James sister Mary e., of near Chestnut Wilson mrs. Bertha Colvin mrs. Level Lancaster county visited their i William Pearce mrs. Ralph Duncan Cousin miss Letitia Kent last Sun mrs. Henry foil mrs. James stauf Day afternoon the last named remaining for a Little i fit. Miss Mary Fry of Lancaster coun Fer. Mrs. Henry Ellis mrs. Robert , mrs. T. Jones mrs. John Judy mrs. Alpha Payne mrs. Alta Hughes mrs. William Brown misses ton or. And mrs. J. E. Webster mrs. Her grandmother mrs. Charles w. Cassandra Jones do lords and Dorothy Cooper or. And mrs. Ira Benning to Lias been spending some time with b. F. Webster misses Kathryn and Sidwell. Margaret Lay Margaret and Irmal mrs. Clair Wilson Bennington Frances and Chloe web i Tives in red lion. Ster messes. Ramsay and Donald or. And mrs. Marshall Thomas and tree Marian Ellis Evelyn Bryson Cooper Jack Webster Claudie Henry i son Junior of York were sunday go Hobo Proctor Evelyn Myers de j Colvin Evelyn Caver Mary Poff is visiting Urcla Edna Eleanor and Hazel stauffer i Anna Parry Anita Jones Darcy my dance is desired. And Sydney Bennington. Continued on Page three Payne and Delmar Sharon. Newspaper

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