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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 9, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaIt 00 Ouk Tan Delta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 32 Delta York county pa., thursday August 9, 1934 established Lihs death removes two from older ranks Charles Clement Butler when death claimed Charles Cle ment Butler on last thursday eve Ning at the age of 69, it removed one who had Long been identified with the business and social life of Delta. Frown. The time when he started in the harness making business 36 years ago until forced recently by ill health to retire he figured More or less prominently in the affairs of the Community. Besides the conduct of his business he served As postmaster As a member of the school Board and was Active in matters that pertained to religion and morals. He was a _ member of slate Ridge presbyter Ian Church. He leaves a widow mrs. Nannie Scarff Butler and a son Harold s. Butler of Delta. The funeral was held at his late Home on sunday afternoon at 2 o clock with the Rev. A. L. Hyde pastor emeritus of slate Ridge Church officiating1. He was assisted by the revs. B. F. Ruley John Ham mond h. C. Ramsay and w. L. Mccormick. The pallbearers were messes. C. I. , or. W. E. Arthur. 3. T. Gailey Winfield Scarff g. J. My comas and Phineas Morris. Inter ment was in Centre presbyterian cemetery new Park. Q the Golden Harvest or. Johnston has birthday mrs. Mathilda j. Snodgrass surviving her husband a Little Over six weeks mrs. Mathilda Josephine Snodgrass aged 82 years widow of the late Caleb Anderson Snodgrass died suddenly tuesday evening at the Home of her daughter mrs. How Ard l. Weaver Rutherford w. Va., a heart attack. Mrs. Snodgrass resided in Delta for about 20 years but on the death of her husband which occurred june 22, at his Home on main Street she decided to make her Home with her daughter in West Virginia. She is survived by eight children at Home she a. Hopkins Dover mrs. Weaver died mrs. L. York county mrs. E. P. Chewning and mrs. B. S. Parkes Parkersburg w. A. Or. O. W. Snodgrass Frank Ford to. Snodgrass Delta or. F. P. Snodgrass Darlington md., and William h. Snodgrass Delta. There Are also 20 grandchildren Ana five great grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon at 2 o clock with services at. Of her son William h. Snodgrass. Burial will be in Slateville cemetery. H. P. Harkins funeral i be patient we have on our desk several 4 come come come to the fair by Muriel Ramsay continued from. Last week Are demons of hades Makin horrible i actues Marang Nornie Lorca each we6k to pass up f storm Clouds gather and break on As they face one another at news stories All of us would like t .6 or in f hor1 cd it i r t or. John Humphrey Johnston Cele i rated his s4th birthday anniversary j on tuesday at the Home of his son Joseph Johnston main Street. Among the Many felicitations and Good wishes was one from the thirteen Binghampton n. Y., which he helped organize As a Young Man Many years ago. The doctor is Hale and Hearty and possessed of a Fertile faculty for reminiscence which has been enriched by Long experience As a practising physician in the Frontier Days in Mon Tana and other parts of the then wild and wooly West. Other local ha3ppenings of interest Harry Mccleary of Slatington visited his brother David on monday. The latter is recovering from an at tack diphtheria. Mrs. B. Hammond and miss a b. Hammond sailed from Baltimore on tuesday aboard the s. S. Fairfax of the merchants miners Cine in route to Boston and new England. Couple get Surprise and inner on 25th wedding anniversary or. And mrs. T. Wilson Galbreath of Street had As their dinner guests last saturday evening August 4, or. And mrs. W. A. Harry and son Wil Liam. At eight o clock or. And mrs. Harry were completely surprised by other members of the family coming in to celebrate their Twenty fifth wed Ding anniversary. Special music As Well As other forms of entertainment added much to the enjoyment of the guests. Delightful refreshments were served after which mrs. Harry opened the Beautiful gifts of Silver and Linen. Those present were or. And mrs. W. A. Harry or. And mrs. Wilson Galbreath and daughters Ellen and Betty or. And mrs. John w. Gal breath or. And mrs. James w. Harry or. And mrs. G. Harry and son. Miss Elizabeth of York called on Delta friends last saturday. Miss Elizabeth Morris and two grand nephews Charles and Donald Morris of Wilmington Are visiting the former s brother William t. Mor Ris. And mrs. Arthur Robinson or. And mrs. Wilson a. Heaps and family Ethel Gene Ruth and Henry Wal lace or. And mrs. Robert Stewart or. Stanley Harry mrs. John e Boisseau mrs. Sara Elliot or. And mrs. Elizabeth Morgan entertained the following guests on sunday her son Francis Morg an and wife or and mrs. John Peck and son of Lan Caster or. And mrs. A. G. Dunlap Paul and miss Martha i mrs. Charles schuster. And son Boyd. The lne Kev b a Jones and family splendid articles which could spending. Their vacation in Phi a not be published this week a .3. Conditions Are such that we Are ii t forced each week to pass up the faces of both father and son but the lad wins out. As they descend the Steps of the Bridge Sonny carries the Nasty Hooks tout father carries the pot of ferns. They keep coming like a never end ing crowd of Chil Dren with Hooks in their youngsters who cannot know what it is All about. Banners and gongs announce their coming. Men with shrill whistles Clear the Road that no thoughtless person May Jostle the tender arms. One Arm with thirty Hooks is bleeding badly though a Friend has bound the Arm. Tightly and is dabbing it every few seconds with Rector has ments. Charge of the arrange local scams win donors at Camp members of the local scout group returned Home saturday after a week s stay at Camp Canoga. Cars for the return trip were furnished by Howard Proctor John r. Williams and we. Snodgrass. The scouts spent a very enjoyable week at the York Adams area boy scout Camp. Troops were present from Philadelphia new Freedom York Glen Rock stewarts cold water. Wang flees. She can stand no More. I turn about to face the setting Sun and my soul cries out god let their suffering go deep into my heart j never let me forget this. And of help me god to reach them somehow with thy better Way to peace and life Way of close proximity walking Sid Wise two by two scuttling like crabs up one Side of the Bridge and Down the other. Their noses Are almost touch ing. Really in those Black garments hats and hideously lined visages they do look More like fiends than men. The Man backing along be fore each couple of fiends is lighting Little paper prayers very close to their chins from a stick of incense in his left hand As he mutters charms then lets the burning scrap of paper float Back on the Breeze. Someone else runs alongside telling them All where to step for they must never glance Down As the shallow Stone Steps of the Bridge Are Treach Erous. After several to see in print. We Are doing ii the Best we can under the circumstances to give you the news but after All is said and done we cannot print it All. Be As patient As you can and with growing patronage and increasing support we will be Able to give you what you want and what you ought to have. He 1 1 i i i i i i thieves take dynamite a Quarter of a ton of dynamite is More of the stuff than a lot of us would care to have around but that is the Quantity stolen from the mag Azine of the Funkhouser companj., of these groups 01 near slate Hill sometime wednesday j 1____ i.t_-. Men have scrambled by the air is cleared for the god a smiling White night of last week. M w , faced old Man idol made of Clay e loss was discovered the next seated in a White embroidered Sedan morning when Stock clerk j. C. Wil Delphia. Mrs. John d. Jones Littlestown is visiting her brother Samuel Wilson sr., at Pylesville. Harry Barbour and family have moved from West Bangor to front Street Delta. and mrs. William j. Thomas Prospect Park spent sunday with relatives in Delta. Miss Mary Matthews of Fawn Grove r. D., is spending a. Week with her aunt mrs. Marella Jones on Chestnut Street. Or. And mrs. Albert Frantz and Hildren have returned to Baltimore after spending a week with mrs. Frantz father and Mother or. And mrs. N. E. Knopp. Mrs. Beulah k. Jones is visiting her son Elmer and family at Littlestown. Mrs. Harry Uffleman and two Chil Dren Fred and Jean of Rochester n. Y., Are spending the summer with the former s Mother mrs. A. A. Somers. Mrs. Abel Morris and daughter Romaine recently visited the form in t it a bit impolite placing the old Man away off at the Tail end of town and Delta. Scouts w. Wilson Galbreath and Jack Bulette received the swimming Merit badge scout Donald Dick served As Camp officer of the Day on tuesday. Scout Tobin was the troop s outstanding athlete in the Field track and aquatic meet held at the Camp on thursday. Single handed he perhaps in a year or two such the show like i ask Jolly sights As these will not be seen any who is Back again on the Side where. The government has stopped them in Many places. But will not the longing and the religious be there still we must meet that need in the Way we know satisfies and gives abiding peace. What Are those women doing in you ask. They Are the Only women in the Parade so not if a once the they too Are seeking Merit for i the Sun has set the grand canal lines. Why did t they put him near the front or in the Middle of the pro cession see there s Only rabble Fol lowing him and he s had to wait so replies Wang that is Hon or. But if Liu could see All this i Don t believe he would like it a Liams appeared on the Job. The thieves or s sister mrs. Harry Robinson at entered the building by sawing off j Are ques Anc mrs. Chester Cooper. I mrs Noel Baer of los Angeles they too Are seeking Merit for e Sun has set the grand canal that within the past weeks g this humiliation they Are ful1 of boats plying Twenty i Cantler superintendent of the they acknowledge by their bound rhythmic paddies As they shoot Home h w. Iward. Water works has Ramet the padlock on the door. Who got it. Where they took it and what they Byrne s Sisters mrs Harry Baker Are going to do with it tons As yet unanswered. Is visiting her Mother mrs. A. J. Matson. Word has been received from or. And mrs. George Carter Philadelphia formerly of Delta of the death of those who appreciate fresh clean mrs. Carter s father Boyer Smith drinking water will be glad to learn while on a visit to the Carter Home. It _ i. Rii Rifi 1 q for n i j. Due to the fact that they Are now so widely scattered just a few of the Many attendants of the wedding were present at the anniversary. These were mrs. Schuster who was one of the brides maids mrs. Arthur Rob Inson and mrs Wilson heaps ribbon girls a g. Harry Best Man and Stanley Harry As one of the Ushers. Rev. J. Robinette Pardew father of the Bride assisted by Rev. Thomas Wheeler performed the ceremony on the afternoon of August 4, 1909, at it. Vernon m. E. Church. Guernsey enthusiasts plan big Field Day Guernsey enthusiasts throughout Maryland and lower Pennsylvania Are looking Forward with keen anticipation to next Friday August 17, when the Harford Baltimore county Guernsey Field Day will be held at Geneva farm rocks my. Several Hundred spectators Are expected and indications Are that Many cattle from Baltimore and Harford counties will be on exhibition. Attractive Silver have been donated by Broo Landwood have a a Kilt in Viiu Wick go by Lincir doling hands that they Are transgressors i Ward silhouettes against the after sinners. See there is a prayer for for of the sky i m hungry. Let a give Ness written on yellow paper and be too. Pinned to their hair. How their chains Clank they too have walking some of them on Smai bound feet plead guilty get time for Many a weary hour today. The end burial was at Meadville his place of Rev. Or. Hooper wife and two look this is pretty twelve White Arthur Bennington 26 of Cardiff f ponies Clatter Over the Bridge each j Moses Davis and Scott Jones each purposes that is free frown Accuu Jed Delta to Victory in the under 110-lb. --------1 Juull ones each the troops record is As by a youth dressed in White 20, of peach Bottom township plead Mucu sum Ana n Field and track under 110 ibs with one of the signs of the red guilty in court thursday morning satisfaction. 50 cd. Dash. 1st, Tobin 440 cd. Dash i Zodiac Slung across his Back in a of last week to the theft of an Auto 3rd, Tom shot put 1st, Tobin Frame. The Snake the ram the Mon-1 Mobile from Robert e Manley on i Broad jump 3rd, Tobin relay Delta key and All the others Flash by each May 29, in York. Bennington was 2nd, heaps Tobin Mclaughlin Wil j embroidered in colors on a White sentenced to not less than one yer i Satin background. These milk White nor More than two years in the East Over 110 put. 2nd, j steeds Are followed by a company of Ern Penitentiary. The other two were ii Vici we Ana two Ough water works has drained and j children of Pittsburgh Are visiting scrubbed the tanks flushed the i relatives in Delta and Vicinity. Mrs Mains at every vital place and generally renovated the water Supply system. This Means that Delta Resi dents May rest assured that they Are getting water for drinking and other lated scum and filth. And this is no ladies auxiliary meets Brooks relay Delta 2nd, one of the grooms and Galbreath Dick aquatic meet under 110 25 cd. Breast stroke 1st, Tobin 25 cd. Free style 1st, Tobin 50 cd. Free style 2nd, Tobin plunge for Dis Tance 3rd, Tobin 25 cd. Back stroke 1st, Tobin relay Delta 2nd, Macomber heaps Williams Mclaughl the local scouts were represented on the Camp baseball team where several of the riders recognize me. Speaking my name As thy pass very politely. How do you know i ask in astonishment. Who does t know you one Flat ters we re All from Soochow too. We be seen you Riding the old mans Sedan chair is Al most Here but first comes a sight which although very funny to me is they Defeated Strinestown in a. Two meant to be anything but funny. So game series. We Are not supposed to laugh. These the ladies auxiliary of Delta m. Hooper was formerly miss Pauline Hutton and is a graduate nurse from the Church Home and infirmary Baltimore. At one time she was employed in the office of the Herald times. Mrs. Laura Myers who has been very ill is Able to be out. Mrs. Anna Bell has been visiting friends in Aberdeen Havre de Grace and Baltimore. Of Elsmore Sofii 1 mrs. Mary Herman continued on i bubbles docs farm Charles l. Hammond t. Har old Brown John d. Worthington and the Maryland Guernsey club. Glad Den Davis is giving a Bull calf As first prize in one while Philip Turner of Calder farm has donated a Choice Heifer calf which will go to he Holder of a Lucky number. Judging of the Bull classes will be n about a. M. With Warren Whittier nationally known Guernsey authority officiating in the ring. Most of the female classes will be judged during the afternoon. Immediately after a Box luncheon has been enjoyed eight or nine head of pedigreed Guernsey will be sold sheriff g. C. Boyle having donated his services As auctioneer. Louis Mcl. Merryman will be in the Box to again demonstrate his phenomenal knowl Edge of Guernsey families. The offer ing will include two yearling bulls a fresh cow and several younger heifers the consignments having come from Burnside Bonnie blink Mill Dale Geneva farm and or. G. Ensor. These sales have always been a Good place for beginners to make initial purchases. A novel feature for spectators will be a guessing contest on the production of a string of cow testing association cows having records above 300 pounds of butterfat. These cows May be either purebreds or grades and later will be placed for Confor mation by judge whip ice. A Bull sent to the Pennsylvania Industrial Church met at the Church on last Bubics the pct of John by judge whip ice a bul1 school at Industrial e in urn on last Harkins Young son of or. And mrs. Calf will be awarded to the owner of thursday Csc Ninffa with third be Hubert p. Harkins was found in a i the winning cow in this . A not s the president mrs. Wil a record of a previous conviction of automobile theft in York county and is on parole in Maryland. The Young men took the Manly car from York Lliam Brown perhaps the most inter and drove it to Delta where they Esting matters discussed wore those in a damaged condition in reference to a picnic and the an Nual anniversary to be held in the near future. The place of the next meeting will be announced later. At the conclusion of a literary program refreshments were served. Chicken sup Pek the ladies of Cambria m. P. Church will hold a Chicken supper on the Church grounds wednesday evening August 15. S-9-lt helpless condition from a fractured vertebrae tuesday morning on the York Delta Road near Delta. Its condition was such that it was Neces sary to chloroform it to end its suf Fering. It is presumed that it was removed from its stall in the barn of c. P. Scarborough by some boys who car the rocks show is generally recognized As one of the Best Farmers shows in the East and is gaining pres Tige each year. As a consequence it is drawing More and More visitors from a distance and ribbons Are be coming increasingly difficult to win. A natural Grove furnishes a Fine setting for the show and helps make ing detection if they returned it this exhibit one to be eagerly looked turned it Loose on the Highway where Forward to by All lovers of Good cat it was struck by an automobile. The. New spaces

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