Delta Herald Times in Delta, Pennsylvania
6 Aug 1931

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6 Aug 1931

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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1931, Delta, PennsylvaniaI to Deli a Herald times the Only adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland i vol. Iii no. 33 Delta York county ., thursday August 6, 1931 an Independent weekly established 1878 Oxford paper uses Strong words Anent traffic violations a 71-year-old i Man was struck by a truck last saturday night and left until nest morning when Toronto Canada. Detroit and his lifeless body was found in a grass Toledo Ohio. At place they Rabiy e3nmoys Salem Ltd Auto trip through Sorth mrs. George Myers of Baltimore formerly of Delta left on sunday july 26, by motor with her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. George Flohr of Baltimore and her sister mrs. H. C. Schilling of White Hall md., on a trip to Watkins Glen Niagara Falls covered ditch. Driver of the truck was a 15-year-old boy. As a result of this deplorable Accident a vigorous Campaign will Start Tomor Tow Friday against All violations of turn the motor vehicle code or the local ordinances regarding motor traffic. While it is a Case of Locking the stable after the horse has been stolen the strict enforcement of the Law will be justified in the greater Security guaranteed to those who use the highways j in the future. What the Oxford j has to say of the subject is particularly apropos to the situation now sex visited mrs. Schilling s daughter mrs. Edw. Tannery and family until Friday returning by Way of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Schilling s granddaughter Aloha Tan Nery accompanied them on their re Orient and occident North and South meet in Ramsay reunion and anniversary patriarch of clan honoured with big gathering on 92nd and speech making add to enjoyment of memorable Day tie ends of tie earth., in a sense Ling children and five grandchildren. Listing in Delta and might be read with profit by All concerned. Tiie article follows. Streets must be Safe streets of Oxford must be made Safe for everyone. It took a death following closely upon a serious Accident to bring about this realization but once aroused the entire Community is demanding that the Borough thoroughfares shall be thoroughly cleared of the menace which conies from recklessness in the operation of automobiles. Beginning Friday morning the police officials have been instructed to arrest everyone who in any Way Breaks the provisions of the motor vehicle code or the local ordinances regarding motor traffic. There is no intention of abandoning the policy of courteous treatment which has made Oxford known most favourably Over the country. Tourists and those pass ing through will Only Bei asked to use proper judgment in driving their machines. Farmers coming to town to Trade or visit will not be hampered and annoyed with Petty persecutions. All that will be asked of them is that they use reasonable care in the operation of their cars. For the reckless Drivers the Speed ers and those who disregard the bothers there is to be no mercy. No exceptions Are to be made and the activity of the police will not head on collision injures four near j Fairview Church John Mcconnell of Newark n1. J., mrs. Rebecca Lancaster of Jarrettsville and misses Mary and Jenny Grafton of Forest j3.h1, were injured in an automobile Accident which occurred near pair View Church on the Road from Forest Hill to Coo town sunday afternoon at 2 o clock. The four ladies were Riding in a car driven by miss Mary Grafton and when they neared a Sharp turn in the Road two cars approached from the opposite direction. The second car driven by a or. Gilbert of mechanics Ville. Who it is alleged attempted to pass the car in front crashed head on into the Grafton car practically demolishing both. Alter the collision the Grafton car drifted backward Over a five foot embankment. All of the occupants were More or less injured but after receiving first Aid treatment at the office of or. W. P. Hudson mrs. Lancaster and the misses Grafton were to return to their Homes. Mrs. Mcdonnell was sent to the Union memorial Hospital Baltimore in the Delta ambulance. Some of us like beads and try to Tell t. Cooper Ramsay the patriarch of the assembled hosts Fol Lowed with a few remarks of appreciation and Good will. A history of family was Mary Ramsay Lecrone. Cardiff class gives piano recital on saturday. August 1, the students of Sara w. Proctor entertained a Large group of people with their annual piano recital. There were be confined to the Center of town. About sixty guests present. The Stu fifth Street Market Street North dents showed remarkable Progress in third Street or Pine Street must no longer be used As speedways for Rac ing machines. To avoid the slightest implication of a Fine the Borough officers will ask. No costs in connection with the arrests made and the minimum Fine will be imposed in All cases of first offenders. To this must be added the costs of the Justice of the peace making the total charge twelve dollars and Twenty five cents. It is hoped that every resident of Oxford will realize the necessity of mire and Joe Robinson such stringent action and will in following the rendition of the Var their work since last year s recital. The following students took part Margaret Dooley Helen Dooley. Julia Cowley Evelyn Bryson Minnie Bay Dorothy Bay Virginia Bulette Eva sue Cox Eleanor Cox Laura heaps Mary Martha heaps Ethel Jane heaps Frances Pyle Bertie Pyle Charlotte Pennington. Louise Robinson Hilda Ruh Mabel Whiteford Carolyn White Ford. Helen Darnsell Margaret Stew Art Margaret Scarborough Norma Mckinley. Hyde Dooley Julian right Deavor to assist the authorities by ious numbers by the students mrs. Obeying the Law in every respect. If George Minnich Baer in her usual however you forget step on it too entertaining style gave a Reading in disregard a sign take the titled miss Beryl wrong Side of a Post or Are otherwise Wyman. Daughter of or. And mrs. F. Negligent and Are picked up by tha w who is now at Home for police Don t get mad and squawk june summer from Susquehanna acad about it. Pay your Fine and Hope that j Emy Sang a Solo entitled lesson of saturday May not have was accompanied at the altogether in vain. The beginning of the drive has been set for Friday so that everyone May have ample notice and govern them selves accordingly. Boy scouts break Camp attendance records this week came together on last Friday when members of the Ramsay Elan gathered at the Delta presbyterian Chapel to celebrate the 92nd birthday anniversary of the venerable t. Cooper ram say and to become better acquainted with each other. After a delightful get acquainted period followed by an old time picnic dinner served from bulging baskets the crowd assembled in the Chapel where the program was opened with a devotional service led by the Rev. Or. T. H. Candor of South Pasadena California for Over 40 years a missionary to South America and the husband of one of t. Cooper ram say s nieces herself a daughter of a t. Cooper the Only living son has six children living 31 grandchildren 24 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Mrs t h. Candor daughter of j. Ross Ramsay gave an account of her 40 Yeai s Mission work in South America and seven years in the Span ish Mission work in California. Clarence Ramsay son of Robert gave a Short talk on his 25 years of Vokk starts 03f Dipol ast York county Koab the contractor has been notified to Start work at once of placing a bituminous surface treated Macadam sur face on traffic route 124, legislative route 332, York county Sam Lewis Secretary of highways announced tuesday. This improvement will provide a hard surfaced Highway from York Furnace on the Susquehanna River to new Bridgeville and give East Chanceford township an outlet Over improved roads to the City of York. The contract was awarded to d. L. Risser of Lebanon on july 24, at Friday the big Day for Guernsey lovers next Friday August 14, will tie a big Day for Guernsey lovers through service As missionary in China and out Harford and adjacent counties of his daughter who is now there in i As everything now indicates that the j Guernsey Field Day to be held 011 the farm of James w. Davis and son at gets hit by truck while after mail Brogue Man Dies in York hos Pital As result of funeral today with burial at Laurel Mission work. The Rev. H. Clarence Ramsay acted As temporary chairman until a per manent organization was effected. The following permanent officers were missionary to the indians in what elected president. W. Russell ram was once called the Indian vice president. Mrs. Mary be Crone Secretary mrs. Sarah r. Mur or. Candor led in prayer and then announced the hymn Faith of our which was Sung with zest the piano accompaniment being play so by miss Mildred Ramsay one of t. Cooper Ramsay s granddaughters. The Rev. H. Clarence Ramsay for 25 years a missionary in China spoke on the origin of the family going Back in fancy to the egyptian Prin Cess no As one Phy treasurer Paul b. Thompson. Those in attendance were the Rev. H. C. Ramsay Delta mrs. Angle oat Man. Mildred and William Oatman mrs. Helen Lancaster mrs. Leonard Pomraning Delta r. D. Earl Mahme. R. Ross Ramsay Donald Harry Warner died tuesday morning in the York Hospital Assi result of injuries sustained a lie ii Avis struck a truck operated Liy hurry fake. Monday afternoon. Be leaves a Larj Warner two children John m. Miss Alverta. Warner a brother Elmer Warner of Laurel r. Aids Ali acc Sisters Wiley Genii still Sunnyburn mrs. Anna Yoe and mrs. Chauncey Mckinley of Laurel. There Are also two grandchildren. The funeral was held today at 11 o clock in charge of the her. Glenn t. Hafer with interment in St. James lutheran Church cemetery near Laurel. Cattle have been entered from both Baltimore and Cecil counties to say nothing of a Large number being fitted Here in Harford. Apparently the Quality of cattle will be of the very finest. There will be ten. Open classes with six ribbons for each with the usual championship classes also classes for 4-h club members entries. In addition to the ribbons there will be Liu . A a of the ladies of the clan remarked and s Eleanor Ramsay it. Penn _ _ a Tavel in Roohi Vino storm Psi p., Robert e. And Dale Johnson Delta numerous special prizes Beautiful r. D. Or. And mrs. John n. Ramsay and master Byron Foxe. Rocks my. Howard j. Ramsay. Delta Catharine a. Evelyn Booth Kingston a. Mrs. Eva e. Johnson Mary a. John son and Milton Johnson mrs. Ross Ramsay. Delta mrs. Hugh Kilgore mrs. Marion Stover and Catharine Gemmill Robert Ramsay the fraternal miss Mildred Ramsay father was bom in York county in Delta mrs. Grace Ramsay Richard 1795. His wife. Jane Whiteford was son Kathryn Richardson and Charles born in Harford county md., in 1800. A Richardson Whiteford my. Rob in 1820 they were married and moved Rall say Richardson William Ells .0 the farm near Delta which was Worth a. Richardson Whiteford my. Given to them As a wedding gift by mrs. Ramsay s _ Uncle senator Frank Kilgore Ramsay mrs. Frank Rasas a Elmer e. Ramsay mrs. Ida Ross of Pennsylvania. They lived Ramsay Street my. Or. And mrs. Together in this Home 56 years mrs. Jcharles Ramsay and daughter Ruth. Ramsay dying in april. 1s76. There were eight sons and one daughter Stewartstown. Or. And mrs. T. H. Candor Pasa d. Cooper r. Malone Wilmington born to this Union. Ross Ramsay Cai a Daie Malone Delta r. The oldest was a missionary to the indians for nearly 40 years. John died when a Young Man. Hugh White Ford who was named for his maternal Grandfather. William was a contractor and builder and built All the trestles on what is now the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad Between York Johnson mrs. Clinton a. Johnson mrs. H. Lewis Scarborough. Delta mrs. Cooper r. Malone a Ilmington. Del. Dorothy e. Malone Wilmington Del mrs. H. Dale Malone. Anna o. And Baltimore. Robert n. Was a Maione l. Malone or. And Mer in Harford county and Joseph j d. G. Thompson Delta or. And Graham a Farmer in York county. Org Orlo e. Proctor Elizabethtown Sara Elizabeth the Only daughter mrs Garah e. Murphy named for the two grandmothers mar Malone Delta mrs. Margaret ried John Dinsmore. T. Cooper who Coulson Baltimore mrs. Paul e. Was a Farmer and canner in York Thompson Delta w. R. Coulson mrs. County and Samuel who died in in jew. R. Coulson Jean Coulson mar Del. W. Lester Malone Delta Wil All the prize list is considered an Bur Ramsay Reading Clinton a. Rocks will be the biggest and class j Iest Ever held in this Section. Already j Harry Warner aged 54 years of near the Brogue suffered severe injuries about the head and cuts and bruises about the body when he was struck by a truck driven by Harry fake of the same Vicinity about noon monday. Or. Warner had parked his Auto Mobile in a Lane leading from the main red lion Delta Highway to his Home a Short distance South of town arid was walking farther Down the Road to collect his mail in the mail Box along the Highway. As Warner was about to walk around a parked automobile or. The right Side of the Road fake at tempted to pass an automobile also moving South with the result that he had to drive far Over on to the wrong Side of the Highway. To avoid hitting. Or. Warner the Auto St drove off the Side of the Road and or. Warner in trying to avoid being hit got out into the Center of the Road getting into the path of the truck. Eye witnesses to the Accident said the truck was moving at a fast rate of Speed in trying to pass the Auto Obue. Warner was struck by the bumper the truck and somersault a through the air Landing on his head on the fender of the truck. Passing motorists stopped to Render assistance to the injured Man who was unconscious for nearly 15 minutes. The ambulance of Furnace b. Olewiler red lion was called and was used to con vey Warner to the office of or. W. J Shenberger Windsor where first Aid was administered. He was then ordered removed to the York Hospital where lie was admitted As a patient. Silver plates having been donated for each class by senator Joseph i. France Paul b. Harlan Worthington Brothers and the Maryland Guernsey association. Splendid show blankets have been very generously offered for second place in each class by mrs. Dean Bedford and third place will carry with it a subscription to the Guernsey breeders journal. As a special stimulus to the Grade cow class messes. James w. Davis and son have offered the Winner a Fine Bull calf sired by the widely known company Sunnybrook Ultra Noble whose dam has a 920 Pound butterfat record. Ten club boys in each class will receive while the three winners will be Given much coveted show halters donated by messes. Howard s. O Neill William h. Evans and h. M. Carroll. Feed awards will go to championship winners from the agricultural corporation so that All in exceptionally Fine one. The show will Start promptly at a. M. And judge Broadhurst will pass on All Bull classes before dinner. Arrangements have been made for the Sale tasty Box lunches on the grounds. Special interest will Center around the Beautiful Heifer from Brookland Wood farm which will be chanced off at a share. Since the masonic Home is expected to make such a line show masons Are making a special Effort to win her for that institution local folks Surprise West Grove friends piano by mrs. M. Baxter. The following students received gifts for perfect attendance Laura heaps Mary Martha heaps Norma Mckinley Minnie Bay Virginia Bulette Louise Robinson. Julian right mire and Joe Robinson. I the three senior students misses i Louise Robinson Bertie Pyle and Margaret Siewart who will enter col lege in the autumn and continue their j course in music received certificates of award for their excellent work during their course of piano study breaking All records of attendance under mrs. Proctor. Previously established by scouts at j at the close of tie recital miss mar Camp Canoga the official Camp of the Garet Stewart told the instructor and York Adams area Council b. S. A., itch guests of Tho esteem and App re 135 boys Are in Camp this week. The citation the students had for her a old record which has been shattered j Tience and earnestness in the work by the Large attendance this week i during the past year. Mrs. Proctor was 125. Was then presented with a ten Dollar four troops Are represented from Gold piece from the school. Yolk Oliree from Gettysburg and Dillsburg. They Are York. 12 fancy. Jorie Coulson. Mrs. T. H. Coulson everyone will have an equal .1. Ross Ramsay has one daughter Hay. Mel. Thomas sharpies. George j Chance. Certainly this Heiter is Worth and one son both living in California. Fleming York mrs. Sara Thompson Many Many times the Dollar she will and four grandchildren. Hugh t. Cooper Ramsay Delta Cost Somo a Lucky person Ford has no living children but two mrs. W. R. Ramsay Mary Lou ram a every Effort Hay been put Forth to grandchildren and Tiree great grand say Miriam e. Ramsay Woodbine i make the show a Success and a Large were served and All departed for Home children. William has four children Pauline rams Ivy sharpies. Lettie ram j attendance is anticipated not Only of York mrs. Mary r. Be Guernsey breeders but All lovers living six grandchildren and t oui great grandchildren. Robert has Carroll Thompson Delta or. Sons living 1c grandchildren and Sand mrs. Raymond c. Kilgore York Light great grandchildren. Joseph has six children living and 14 grand children. Sara Dinsmore has two Liv Ramsay Delta. Paul e. Thompson Delta mrs. Fied Ramsay Gloria Ramsay and Hazel of Good livestock and Good fellow ship. The Beautiful Grove furnishes a Cool attractive setting for such an Outing no matter How hot the Day. Safe Harbor dam of River will constitute one of the largest sources Hydro electric ener j on this continent. Fit construction is Well advanced on the 70-mile. Volt transmission card party proves a number of friends and relatives motored to the Home of or. And mrs. Owen Williams West Grove ., Satur Day night and gave the family a com plete Surprise in Honor of the anniversaries or. Owen Williams and or. Daniel Thomas. Games and music afforded pleasant entertainment for the evening. At a late hour refreshments wishing Owen and Daniel Many More Happy birthdays. Those present were or. And mrs. Owen Williams or. And mrs. Richard Williams or. And mrs. John c. Williams or. And mrs. Keener Keesee or. And mrs. Gilbert Hughes or. And mrs. Hugh r. Thomas or. And mrs. William Montgomery or. And mrs. Albert Roberts or. And mrs. Howell Williams or. And mrs. Edwal i Williams or. And mrs. Marion we i Liams or. And mrs. Elwood Cantler something like 100 persons from i David a. Roberts mrs. Jellen a. Cardiff lady Falls run Oil eight 44 and 3 Gettysburg 7g, 77 and 78. And Dillsburg 38. Prom the program As outlined by scout executive Ray f. Zaner an interesting week is in store for the i scouts. On wednesday mayor Jacob Fri. Biizabet7l Bennington. Of car e. Weaver and son Jacob Edia on a visit ast at the Weaver or. Will be visitor at of her son near Wesl Chester Camp and at o clock the latter an attack of vertigo while will show moving pictures of his the outside Steps leading cent Moose Hunting trip into the wilds Lingo ule House from the of Canada. On tuesday afternoon her to she sustained fire chief l. Ellis Wagner who fracture so viral ribs and num examiner in the scout Neman ship Seroua bruises. Her daughter and Merit badge will visit the Camp and son in Law or. And mrs William conduct classes in the requirements for the Merit badge. Other visitations to the Camp during the week will be As follows on monday even ing scout commissioner Benjamin t. Root on tuesday evening Walter b. Me brain and on thursday evening or. Flet Fiher Lutz. Pearce of Cardiff were called to see her. In their return monday mrs. Bennin stoic was said to he resting fairly Well. Spring Chicken dinner at car Del i hotel sunday Platter 75c. Early Winter w i m line to bal Timol e York and Harford counties attended 1 Williams mrs. Annie c. Williams work cart comple lion i of the Safe Harbor water Power Cor i the card party Given by the Myrtle Thomas Virginia or House Well Pov Atlon was termed at the instance auxiliary of the Delta Cardiff fire Hughes Margaret Carolyn and Annot the Pennsylvania water and Power company. Thursday evening on Tho Roberts Hazel and june l. Williams livery of current will company and the consolidated Gas Nawn at the Home of mrs. Anna w. Rosa Frasch Lucy Maxwell Mary electric Light and pow Oij company Silver Whiteford. Tables were placed Cantler Margaret Montgomery messes of Baltimore. These two companies or Bridge and pitch. Daniel and Robert Thomas Hubert " ill Purchase All of the initial out Wera won As follows first Montgomery Ashton Oliver Mason while concretes being poured into of Gate in Bradley Harold Casper Thomas Hugh Wynn he final Section of the mile Long dam Hie Baltimore company the Pennsyl second miss Frances Mary Wilson and David j. Williams Clifford and which the Safe Harbor water Power Vania water and Power company sup men s first or. V. S. Wilkinson Sec Freddie Bennington John Frasch corporation is building at this Point pics electricity to Public Utility com Ion a Thomas Gladden first John j. And Llewelyn Roberts Kenneth _ n. Canies in Lancaster. York and Coates in yrs William Tweedle second miss Donald Cantler and Henry Welch on the Susau Haiina River work is ivies. Wiliam in etude Becony Vns i Ville Pennsylvania. Bessie Williams men s first proceeding on the superstar action of Tho no Teal development at Safe door the Power House where the River. Harbor Calls for an investment again harnessed will soon be Gener at present 3150 men Are i Ftp committee in charge of the a additional Hydro electric Power. Impi Oveci on the conduction work Range ments was composed of the roof and Walls of the Power House r0bert Williams chairman mrs. C. Are be army completion int writ in Wmk Norton mrs. Charles Mccann delivery of Power from the now am Ithak i Aktiv to Vivas a q in. 1 i i s mask ant in expected Early next Winter. Moom-50ht i5oat n son and miss b. Redding. The initial development will be 000 horsepower. Ultimately Safe k a prize. Mis. William girl celebrates birthday Friday a party hold it 111, Home of i. William Thompson Whitford on Friday july 31, in Honor of miss Jennie Schwartz who celebrated her 14th birthday. The afternoon Wass tie following person in helped Light Bor will have an installed Turbine Tho effects of hot weather a Tow nights Static Highway Kogin Kuks capacity of horsepower. Ago by taking a Moonlight boat trip at the c a spent in games a Row the new Power Plant will or. And mrs. Henry Moulcy or. And 1 Menth served. Connected with the development Harold Moulcy. Or. And mrs.1 n. T. Spa Char. Bill cont Charles those present Scro Mary k. Jen Tho pen Sylvania water and Power Luther heaps or. And mrs. Francis and Albert g. Heck Clearfield Kins Esther Harmon Anna and Hazel company located at Holtwood on the mrs. Williams Helen and engineers connected with the Penn Jones Nellie Miller Hilda Barben Susquehanna eight Miles below Safe Nellie Lytle Roberta Williams. Evelyn Sylvania state Highway department Evelyn and Dorothy Schwartz Harold Harbor. The two plants will be oper Grove Anita heaps Mildred Wallace have been stopping at the car Del Lloyd Paul Torbert. Harold Jones. Ated in effect As a single development Beryl Wyman Sara Adams Dorothea hotel since july 23, while engaged Junior Norris Thomas Crawford Paai and the amount of Power thus , William Terrel and Straley in making surveys of some of the and Harry Barben Norman Hooper oped within this eight mile stretch Groer. Township roads. And Francis Schwartz. In

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