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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a the. Y Southern Toru Pennsylvania in Rhonl vol. Liv. No. 31 pa., Toursdayaugustm-932 senator Esob s father two blazes monday keep firemen Busy thirty Bales of Oats Straw and the bed of the Wagon on which they were loaded burned monday evening around g o clock just outside the barn on the farm of or. C. W. Famous at Street Harford county. The fire started when a hired Man attempted to Burn a Hornet s nest on the Side of the barn by using a Torch of Straw while standing on the loaded Wagon. His plans went awry the Straw caught fire at his feet and the hornets Are still doing business at the old stand. A hurry Call was sent for thei Delta Cardiff fire company a bucket Topping brigade got Busy in the meantime the horses were a hitched and removed to a place of safety and real Jatre fighting began. The timely arrival of. The firemen with their two pieces of apparatus along with the efficient work of the bucket brigade saved the barn which for a time tvs seriously threatened. The running gear of the Wagon was also saved. Berry Patch in Blaze about five hours earlier in the Day a Blaze Jin a Blackberry Patch that rapidly spread Over ten acres of ground and seriously menaced the barn and other buildings on the farm of mrs. Mary Dooley about one half mile West of Delta was brought under control by the Delta Cardiff fire company. It is thought that the fire was started by Berry pickers. School boards get fuss from state John e. Ensor of Sparks Baltimore county and father of Abram g. Ensor of Forest Hill state senator Froais Harford county died suddenly at the Home of his son Lawrence Ensor near Sparks 011 wednesday night july 27, aged 81 years. Or. Ensor belonged to one of Balti More county s old families and was prominent As an agriculturist and Citi zen. The son at whose Home he died was a member of the House of Dele Gates from Baltimore county. Or. Ensor was a widower but leaves a number of children besides the two already mentioned. The fun eral was held on Friday afternoon with interment at old Black Rock Baptist cemetery Butler. Services were conducted elders Tucker and appropriations amounting to 729.96, Are due for payment August 1 to fourth class Borough and township school districts of York county which represent the second payment this year from the state. Delta Borough will get other nearby districts share As Fol lows peach Bottom township Fawn township Pawn Grove Ramsay clan holds reunion saturday encouraged by the enthusiasm manifested at the first reunion of the Ramsay clan held at Delta Chapel in july of last year a. Second gather ing was held at the same place on saturday which met with Gratifying Success the crowd began to father around 11 o clo Elk and dinner was in course of preparation when word was received from Robert e. Ramsay in route from new York that he was being delayed by motor trouble. As a consequence dinner was postponed until his arrival at 1.30 o clock. A photograph of the group was taken by Robert c. Ramsay son of or. And mrs w. Russell Ramsay of Reading. The president w. Russell Ramsay had charge of the business meeting and the following officers elected to serve Tor the ensuing year president Dale Malone vice presi Dent w. Russell Ramsay Secretary. Mrs. Sailie Murphy assistant Secie Ury the hot. Ramsay to boys Cut Capers on Ball Diamond Whiteford trails Highland neck and neck with sunday school lads mom Down i enemy. Interest remains keen la age l e Matt Shantung Mcsparran billed for Grange meet Thomps son historian mrs. John a or. Paul _ Lecrone was also made chaiman of the ii certain Mcsparran state Secretary will be the Gas gets invited to take Sta boat Tail won lost pet 5 0 1000 3 2 1 4 600 200n 200 members of the har Force county Granges and the farm Bureau have been invited to take an lawyer marries Pylesville woman Ross roads Whiteford Highland Arnettsville 1 Highland defeats Jarrettsville Gill Orr cracks Oitt Home ran Highland Defeated Jarrettsville on. He Whiteford Diamond saturday of through with a single. After the neg to batters fanned the air Gui Zefi racked out a Homer to the left Field being the score 2 to 2. In the Nett. Sntos Wilson singled and smoker Morris of his second hit for the game walked filling the bases. Muga who had t hit Laid Down a Beautiful bunt scoring Wilson with the winning run. Smoker pitched Good Ball Allong 8 hits while his mates got Only 9 Safe blows Jacobs a former Whiteford Star was a victim of smoker s curves striking out two times. Whiteford dropped a game to Cross roads with a 3 to 1 score giving the latter a two Point Lead. Saturdays results Jarrettsville 2. Cross roads 3 Whiteford 1. Slate Ridge s. S. B. B. Team batting averages a hits ave. Myers a Liliet but pretty wedding excursion on saturday july the thir on tues Borough Dower township Hanceford Highland holds religious rally a Young people s meeting under auspices of the Karford county Council of religious education was held Elk Laad presbyterian Church sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. Mrs. W. A. Harry presided and announced the opening hymn. The Rev. R., it Bro in of the m. E. Church Jarretta Ville read the scripture lesson and the Rev e. Glenn Switzer of the Biel air presbyterian Church led in prayer. Mrs. Stewart 0. Day rendered a Beautiful Solo. The address of the afternoon was Given by the Rev. Sexton of Hunting Ridge presbyterian Church Baltimore county on the subject the Challenge of the new Windsor Galley followed with a delightful Solo after which the Highland ladies served refreshments in the new sunday school room. The closing service consisted of a prayer by the Rev. Or. Sexton a hymn and the Benediction by the Rev. W. A. Price. The meeting was Well attended by Young people from various parts of the county and the program was thoroughly enjoyed by those present. Boys Swor the Bush selecting her g a program followed the outstand r ing of which was an address by Robert e. Ramsay of new York son of John r. Ramsay rocks my. Park saturday Robe or. Ramsay is a prominent Adver Ising Mian a forceful writer and a Luent speaker. Refreshments were served and the clan dispersed to meet again the last saturday in july 1933. The oaf present were to Cooper ram say the re. H. Clarence Ramsay of Delta or. And mrs. Russell Ramsay Robert Eleanor and Catherine ram of Minneapolis Minn. Or. And mrs. Say of Reading e. Wilson Ramsay Thomas sharpies of York or. And mrs. Earl Malone or and mrs at this session the Lancaster county Pomona Grange will present the Raveling Gavel to the York county group. Lancaster grangers will also present a program consisting of music readings and a Short play. The afternoon session will be Ogen to the Public but tie t will be for members Only. Besides Gen eral business the peach Bottom Grange will Confer the degree at the night session. _ 3f Baltimore City. Penridge heaps and miss the Steamer will leave the pier at the in Marria foot of Broadway at o clock in the morning and return in time for members to return to their Homes be fore dark. Friends As Well As Mem Bers of these organizations Are invited to join them on this free trip. Lan the cer Emony was performed by the Rev w n a. Price in the presence of immediate families and close relatives and friends. Daughters play Leonard Pomraning Marian Stover Catherine Kilgore York Marie Johnson Are. Ross Ramsay Mildred Ramsay Howard Ramsay mrs. Eva Johnson Milton Johnson Wanda Johnson Robert Johnson Robert Malone or. And mrs. Milford Malone All of Delta Helen Louise Jones or. And mrs. Clarence Malone Prospect Park or. And mrs Edgar Oatman and children Mildred and Billie of Lancaster or. And mrs. Clinton Johnson Delta or. And mrs. Charles Ric Harrlson Robert and William Richardson Kathryn Rich Ardson an l Reta Emir still of Wanite Ford or. And mrs. Ramsay Coulson continued on Page eight Young people hold service a Chapel the sunday evening service at the Chapel was mainly conducted by the Young people mrs. B. W. Jones hav ing charge. A number of scripture texts were Given by them after which miss Marguerite Kerr gave a Reading on the demonstration of reality in the Christian this was t of or. And mrs. A s. Entertained the members of Martha Washington Council no. 101, daughters of America and their families at their Home in Sandy Hook thursday even ing. The porch and1 Lawn were decor ated with the National colors and lanterns. Music was furnished by Giles Smithson and his old time fifi Tydings _ a in a Irie Siua. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs John Henry Lanius and the Groom is a son of j. Granville heaps and mrs Alice b. Smithson heaps and a grandson of the late Hugh Thomas heaps former commissioner of har Ford county. The Bride attended school at Vir Ginia College and the Groom is a of Charlotte Hall school and of the Law school of Washington and Lee University class of 32. He is a member of Alpha Chi rho social fraternity and of Phi Alpha Delta Legal fraternity. Or. Heaps is now in the Law office and Archer in Bel h. Dooley Whiteford is. Lloyd Jones Barrett n. Mcnutt Ai. Lloyd j. Morris a. Lloyd d. Whiteford w. Jones win. Harry d. Hughes p Scarborough 15 4 4 4 500 42s 428 333 250 250 250. 200 000 000 000 000 000 000 doers and mrs. William Pyle on the accordion. The party enjoyed Square dancing on the Lawn Bingo and other air. Interesting g until a late hour. Refreshments Weie served. Those present were or. And mrs. Lowed by a very inspiring talk by mis. A. S. Phelph. Or. And mrs. Harvey John Hammond on problems of Lloyd or. Ani Fred Volz or. Youth on Mission Var and mrs. Warren Glasgow and child ious numbers were interspersed with congregational singing. Daughters to have roast Martha Washington Council no. 101, daughters of America held a meeting in Myers Hall on monday evening with councillor Sara Lloyd in the chair. Among other things the Council decided to hold a Weiner roast at Ramsay s Park at the rocks Robinson battled die Waves and sea to urge evening August is. Weeds on the Bush River at Forest greens swimming across to the Long bar Harbor Shore and Back again a distance of about three Miles. As a matter of precaution Hugh Dooley followed in a Rowboat but in spite of the Choppy water and unusual Fawn Grove fair takes on shape the members of the Fawn Grove Ren Ruth William Dospoy and Mildred or. And mrs. H. M. Hughes and daughters Ethel arid Belva mrs. I William h. Hughes miss Sadie Frig sell or. And mrs. William Tweedle interest or. And mrs. William c. Pyle or. And counties. Mrs. William Pearce or. And mrs Chester o. Holden or. And mrs George Lloyd or. And mrs. David g Guernsey fans Pep up for Field Day final touches Are being put on for the annual Guernsey Ridge s. S. Boys Slaughter Stowarz Totowa the slate Ridge sunday Schraa boys had their Rabbit foot with. On thursday evening they mat the Stewartstown nine and downed in a. Hard fought contest tto score standing 4 to 1. Scored their runs in the Flat Lou Irth innings. T. Whiteford started the game off by flying out to right fled. Stanley Lloyd singled then Chris. Lloyd came through with a Fine Homer Over the Centerfield Fence. In the fourth inning Mcnutt came through with a single but was forced out at second by a ground Ball hit by Bud Lloyd. Bud stole second and Henry Jones got a free ticket to first then went to second. John Norris then hit one through second scoring both runners. Mcnutt did some real pitch ing allowing Only three hits and Inak ing 12 batters fan the air. D. White Ford made a Fine double play to end the Gume. Be held next 12, on the farm of mean cars. James a Davis son at rocks in Hairford and adjacent is keen and indications Are that th3re will also be a Large group of Guernsey fans from out of the state on hand to see judge Guy Harmon slate sunday school not Only produces expert baseball players but has Ito its credit at least two swim mers of More than Ordinary ability. Last week theron Whiteford and Joe Robinson battled die Waves and improvement whipping the approaching association Are la St ref tuck of four Day fair Busy their into from Baltimore shape. They Are the weather m an them the to make the four 17-20 in the history of Fawn growth of seaweed the Youthful former resident Dies in Hospital out Grove. That the poultry show will be David Schwartz aged 59 years of something of the Ordinary is evidenced by the fact that Jacob Eberly of the Well known Poul try judge and superintendent of the poultry department at the York Fiir. Has consented to act As Jud up and awards Shii year. To be Robert i c it i iia. Hughes or and mrs. Graceton heaps place the winners. Univ or. And mrs. William Steward or. And mrs. C. E. Smith or. And mrs. Howard Fowler and daughter Patty mrs. Jacob heaps or. And mrs. C. A Pennington and daughter Margaret or and mrs. Harry Silver and Haugli Jean and Mary or. And mrs. Over Here. Apparently the e will Watter Colonger mrs. J. T. Jones j plenty of Competition Between really mrs Charles f mrs. Mabel i Choice animals in each clash. Mia. Blaney mrs. Grafton manifold Hildt Gordon Grove Hild calf club boys county Are coming Over Ferong and will be backed up by with strings of real show animals but mar Ford boys Are determined that a Good proportion of the blues must stay to Ebaugh Anstine Bosley stewarts town a 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 h 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 a 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 27 11 jul Iacob Dolly Glasgow mrs. J mrs. Dean Bedford popular Whiteford Lloyd David e Hughes mrs. R i. Stubbs i woman and livestock Lover Horn rut Hugh Jones mrs. Oscar Tarbert i ledge has supplemented the pro mrs w. C. Thompson. Mrs. Sarah piously announced Long list of Silver Lloyd mrs. Thomas Walker and i cups and plates by daughter Jean mrs Dale Amos show blankets for Chance to exhibit space Stubbs Loune swimmers never showed any signs of 102 South Orange Street Media died place the distress. Congratulations boys jeep Lafel week in the Jefferson Hospital mire of a it up for there Are bigger seas to j Philadelphia following an operation should to secured Early. Conquer and Yon May become creat on he Hail been ill for the close on tuesday August 9. The Pool swimmers some Day. Sex months. Commit consists of Clinton p. I or Sci Svartz resided in Delta from Thircy Secretary. Stewartstown k Aik couple to York i tol2 to for the past nine years p. B. N. Morris superintendent and i he has lived at Medja where be was b. K. Jamison assistant in Erinton ram Oil Arlington Fulker son of Len aged in business. He was n member Dent Fawn Grove. I . Of the other departments will Effual the poultry department in the number and Quality of exhibits and will prove interesting to visitors at the fair. Amusement features will furnish High class entertainment and the big special for each Day easily put this fair in a class by itself anti j justify the interest and enthusiasm of j promoters. Cornelia Dooley Olaf Illiams esl Hei norms i if Dooley Suito it dare a 4 4 4 4 4 4 ners. Th2kp will be accompanied by a number of other special prizes from j open at a. M. Scarborough o 0 0 9 0 12 1 0 1 2 0 ill ill Ris Florence and Eleanor Mcallister with the judging of bulls and continue Mary Morris. Mrs. Clarence i through the afternoon with an hour Louis Mckinley Joel Cantler Harold off for lunch. Or. And mrs. James Fulker near Bel air. And miss Nellie May daughter mrs. Margaret Kaney of it. Airy md., were married on mesday morning at o clock by the Rev. Edward Jackson York. Or. Filker if employed on the Dairy farm of mrs. Vogel. The Bride is a sister of mrs. Bowman wife of former sheriff Dewey Bowman. Of the pythias Odd Fellows knights of Workman s Circle and of Lloyd Frank Stein Giles Smithson Samuel Blaney Arthur John Blaney Harry Blaney Elmo Blaney the Media fire company. Surviving Are his widow and for children Sadie Rosa and Abraham Schwartz All of Media John Schwartz of Delta is a brother. The funeral was held sunday after noon from a Philadelphia funeral Home. One of the drawing cards will be the awarding of a Fine Heifer . Purchased from the famous Brook Sarn Uei Deaver Clifton Smiith Kermi. Lamswood Herd to the Holder of a Smith William Pyle. Wilbur Jackson. Lucky number. J tones Norris. Richard Lloyd Harry Chamberlain Guernsey lovers always mss that Edward Jones Paul Tarbert s. One of the attractive features of their on balls by Mimi to. E _ _ i i 30 s 4 27 10 right Field for Barrett. 1 loft fit id for Dooley. Slate Kinc 20020000 Stewartstown 00000100 doubles a. Lloyd and ii. Dooley. Homo Lloyd. Stolen Mckinley and Wilbur Lloyd. Dinner at car Del work is the Good Fellowship which exists Between breeders. Be on hand next Friday to help share in some f this fun and absorb some of the in Don hotel flatter 75o. Thus Awn of the exhibitors. 1 by Hild h. Jones 1. Struck out by Mcnutt 12, by Hild 5. Hit by pitched Ball Whiteford. M. Bosley. 1 each Grove. Errors t. Lloyd a. Lloyd a paper

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