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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1933, Delta, Pennsylvania_ for time a mar Vlajko the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland yol. La. No. 12 Delta York county pa., thursday August 10, Delta Buskness men enrol under sign of Blue Eagle am. And mrs. Benk Jonoton Delta minister cei Obrate anniversary or. And mrs. W. J. Bennington celebrated their birthday Anniversar ies on August 1 and 3, on saturday the Blue Eagle has arrived in Delta. I immediate Trade area of such City Chicken dinner to a number of friends attends Assembly Rev. John Hammond and family left Delta of monday on a Short a evening August 5. They served a j cation Hammond will spend this competitive examination Fob Cardiff postmaster the United states civil service commission at the request of the Board of directors resume Many of our stores and places of business have already signed the president s code. Gen eral Hugh s. Johnson recovery administrator under the president tvs urged the people to buy from the merchants and manufacturers operating under the code. These places of business can be distinguished by display of the Blue Eagle sign. A number of Delta people have applied for their insignia and have not yet received them but it is the Hope or the administration that All be operating under the code before aug ust 15. Elsewhere in this paper will be found the advertisements of Many of those subscribing to the code from Delta. The list up to tuesday As posted in the Delta Post office follows Howard Houser George Holland Kelly Asbury proprietor of the Delta service station n. M. Scarborough Bead of the Well known automobile firm Delta Nash motors William h Myers the great Atlantic Pacific Tea company is signed a under the retail grocer s code i. W Chandlee Harvie l. Stubbs operating the Stubbs dept. Store Charle f. Pickel Delta Market House John h. Myers and son. Those posted at the Cardiff pos office Are m. H. Uhler Standard o company n. A. Heaps agent Earl i Universal covenant to or less than per week in any j and relatives at their Home on main to of Between and j Street Large birthday cakes were population or in the immediate Trade area of such City nor less than or week in any City of Between and population or in the immediate Trade area of such City and towns of less than population o increase All wages by not less than 0 percent provided that this shall of require wages in excess of per 6 not to any employee of the lasses mentioned in paragraph 3 Ess than 40 cents per hour unless the hourly rate for the same class of work on july 15, 1929, was less than al cents per hour in which latter Case not to less than the hourly rate on july and in no event less than 30 cents per hour. It is agreed hat this paragraph establishes a guaranteed minimum rate of re Ardless of whether the employee is compensated on the basis of a time rate or on a piecework performance. 7 not to reduce the compensation for employment now in excess of the minimum wages hereby agreed to notwithstanding that the hours worked in such employment May be hereby reduced and to increase the for such employment by an equitable re adjustment of All schedules. 8 not to use any subterfuge to frustrate the spirit and intent of this presented by their son and daughter in Law. Many useful gifts received. Mrs. William Pyle gave Sev eral line selections on the accordion and mrs. W. E. Judd of Glenarm entertained with the Spanish dance. Refreshments were served and All left for their Homes wishing or. And mrs. Bennington Many More Happy birth Days. Eek in the summer Assembly being held at Collegeville Penna. Rev. James Black d. D., edit aug Scot and and Rev. Mackinnon d. D., Halifax Canada will speak each Day. Mrs. Hammond misses l. B. Ham and Helen Louise Jones will continue their journey to Scranton and visit the daughter mrs. Eleanor Hammond Jones. Fawn Grove Bank reopens wednesday Chester agreement which is among other things to increase employment by a Proctor and m. S. Macomber st auctions to Commerce and to shorten Ator of the Cardiff milling company hours and to raise wages for the the Delta Herald times expects to sign the printing code As soon As has been approved. Shorter week to a living basis. 9 not to increase the Price of any merchandise sold after the Date Hereof j the whole theory behind the nation al Campaign is to raise the purchasing Power of the great masses of the peo pie by shortening working hours and raising wages. The agreement signed follows Over the Price on july 1, 1933, by is made necessary by act increases in production replace invoice costs of Merchan 3v taxes or other costs re suiting from action taken pursuant to the agricultural adjustment act visit the health Booth at the Fawn Grove fair thinking of your health won t interfere with your Good time at the Fawn. Grove fair. For while mothers Are. Looking at the exhibits of sewing and cooking in the Home economics building the children can Stop at the health Booth and be weighed and measured. This Booth will be maintained by the York county tuberculosis society for the Benefit of the fair patrons. If you meet with an Accident and need a Cut bandaged Triem. Or a place to rest be sure to look up the health Booth. Free movie shows will be Given in front of the e bandstand several times during the afternoon and evening on the last three fair Days. Travelogues and animated cartoons will be shown remove of and while Mickey mouse May not be there his Cousin tee Bee will and will Tell an interesting Story you cant sit in Comfort and watch the pictures while you visit with your neighbors or wait for the next concert. These arrangements have been made and Are announced by miss Hitchcock executive Secretary of the society in co operation with or. Mor Ris. Miss Hitchcock will be assisted by mrs. Allan Klinefelter stewarts other local happenings of interest miss Romaine Morris spent Friday evening with her Cousin miss Rebecca Brooks. And mrs. J. Wallace Isaacs of have returned from the postmaster general announces a competitive examination for postmaster at Cardiff my. Receipt of applications is to close september 1, 1933. Applications must be properly executed on form 10, and must be on file with the commission at Washington d. C., by the close of business on the Date indicated above. This examination is held under the president s order of july 12, 1933, and not under the civil service act and rules. Apply at the Post office at Cardiff md., or to the United states civil service commission Washington d. C., for application form and forms 2223 and 2358 showing the places of examination and containing other definite information. World s fair and Are now entertain Itig their parents or. Mrs. Amos Thomas of Prospect also or. And Iris. J. H. Isaacs of Greensboro in cottage at North Wildwood n. This week. And mrs. William Rieur of Reading spent sunday with the lat tier s brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Samuel Irwin. Miss Olive win who had been spending some time at the Irwin Home returned with applicants Are warned against ing Morley or other valuable consideration to anyone in taking an examination or securing an appointment. A person who is found to have Given or promised anything of value to anyone for securing his influence or endorse tent will not be certified by the Cora control of Fawn Bank the first National Bank of Fawn Grove opened at nine o clock wednesday morning with control of its affairs returned to the Board of directors. Fifteen Days later the segregation and use of deposits received Dur ing the conservatorship of the Bank will no longer be effective. This fact has been made known by Lane r. Whitaker the conservator. This is the first Bank in York county under conservatorship to open for general business and under control of its Board. Immediately following the inauguration of president Roosevelt last March the Fawn Grove Bank along with All others in the county was closed for the banking Holiday. The Bank was then placed under control of a conservator Lane r. Whitaker the cashier being appointed for that duty. All accounts in the Bank prior to the conservatorship were kept in tact and patrons were permitted to open new accounts for the transaction Mission As qualified for appointment. Forest Hill and mrs. Stephen l. Baker Philadelphia spent the v Eek end with and mrs. Norman Aberts and family. Or. And mrs. John Stuart and daughter Amelia spent sunday after noon with or. Stuart s sister mrs. Ellen Burke. Miss Betty King Philadelphia is spending some time with her Cousin miss Dorothy alerts daughter of or. And mrs. Norman Aberts. 1 miss Maria j. Thomas and Fenton thercy of Media and master James Karry of Harrisburg spent sunday Wildwood n. J. Or. And mrs. Clarence Alexander skid daughter Rose new York City. During the period of the president s july 1933 and in setting such emergency reemployment drive that Mcrea Sesi to give full weight to if to say from August 1 to december increases in sales volume and 31, 1933, or to any earlier Date of a to from taking profiteering Proval of a code of fair Competition advantage of the consuming Public to. Which he is subject the under fl0 to supp0rt and patronize is town a director of the society and a j Mary Pyle York and Raymond Fyle 1 tvrs. S 1 local committee. Sign cd hereby agrees with the presi which also have signed Dent As follows 1 after August 31, 1933, not to employ any person under 16 years of age except that persons Between 14 and 16 May be employed but not in manufacturing or mechanical Indus tries for not to exceed 3 hours per Day and those hours Between 7 a. M. And 7 p. M. In such work As will not interfere with hours of Day school to work any accounting. This agreement and Are listed Mem continued on two Pylesville miss Dorothy Rutledge of the rocks is spending some time with her Cousin miss Geneva. Lee Wilson. Miss Kate Ricker of Washington d. C., was the week end guest of Siiss Sadie Wilson. Mrs. Sultina Peecook of Taylor was the guest of on sunday of miss Mary Jeffery. Mrs. Mamie Reese and daughter of Delta spent wednesday of last week Vruth her Uncle Charles b. Jeffery. Harry Barrow still continues to improve. Or. And mrs. Harlan Pyle or and mrs. T. M. Pyle and miss Elinora Pyle. All of York visited or. And mrs. S. O. Nagle on sunday. Mrs. T. M. Pole remained to spend a week s Rebecca Brooks Delta and vacation with her Mother. Mrs Eugene Tucker of Baltimore with her sister mrs. Iii Ign Clark and family. It. And mrs. Willard Warner and or business. The business of the Bank since then has taken such form that the con troller of the currency issued on aug ust 7 an order for return of the assets and control of the affairs of the Bank to the Board of directors. The Bank has been permitted to resume its operations under the terms of a. License provided by the Secretary of the Treasury which took effect wednesday morning. Street took dinner with mrs. on thursday evening. Or. And mrs. Howard Robinson and Whiteford kens Thomas my and William of cum Billy of Baltimore were week or. And mrs Elmer Ere guests of or. And mrs. Harvey or and mrs. Joshua Parks of bal Robinson and daughter Edith . Walker timbre. Are spending some time with be air wore recen William committee meets or and mrs. Thomas Stifler. Their brother misses Grace Hess and Lida John family. Son have returned alter spending or. And mrs. To Nicholos mrs some time viewing the amusements Reyuh k Jones and Jon-1 at the world s fair in Chicago. Spent sunday or. And i i of mrs. James swam Olio has been on Jones of lilt Logtown. Smith Bryansville i one Day last week and it was badly of miss Edna Shimp Mother were .1. Callers on or. And mrs. Swam and or. a. Juries a Var. Was the guest of. Kenyon on Friday. Mrs. Arv Crew had the mis Ici Iii. To catch her hand in a wring miss Ruth Glasgow is spending a few Days with her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Alfred Glasgow Lan Caster county. Mrs. Samuel Allison has returned 1-ome after being a patient at the women s Hospital Baltimore for a Jeff Days. Robert Hopkins had his car badly on sunday at Havre de Grace. Or. And mrs. Elmer Deaver and son Harry and mrs. Deaver s Mother or Philadelphia spent sunday evening or. And mrs. Warren Glasgow. Mrs. William Pyle sr., has re turned after spending several weeks Vith her son Ramsay Pyle of York. Miss Elsie Jones is a patient at the Church Home Init Mary whore a the Harford county re employment the sick list for some time is much improved at this writing. Or. And mrs. John t. Miss Helen i spent wednesday Lear have Pauline Robinson. With miss . I miss Violet Davis of the rocks is returned to their Home in ferryman two weeks with or. Or and mrs. Clarence Alexander visiting her Cousin mis3 Nancy Graf new York City and mrs. Office committee met au5ust 9 and Organ Street near Here. Whiteford spent saturday clerical u _ 0, Fay Troy Brooks Cnair. Of evening mrs. S l. Hughes. Sales employees except outside sales in any store office department establishment or Public Utility or on any automotive or horse drawn Senger express delivery or freight service or in any other place or Ner for More than 40 hours in any 1 week and not to reduce the hours of any store or service operation to be Low 52 hours in any 1 week unless such hours were less than 52 hours per week before july 1, 1933, and in Iai. Tho. Other members of the com a nude arc messes Joseph Moore. Annie ton. Or. mrs tic son of i mrs. Marshall Scamon and daughter Jinjr some time Lee. Bennett and Idelphia Are spend j with mrs. Ryland Mit rear Here now residing in washing _ who has been spending Eileen part Bree have returned mrs. Name Grevemeyer. The latter Case Tours at All. Not to reduce such 3 not to employ any factory or Earl Proctor John d Worthington j and c. Clyde Spencer. A p Ari was outlined Imd discussed of tied is now understood. The National re employment office was authorized to be opened in the county commissioners office in the court House with or. Frank Swartz exec cd As director who is now in a position to Register All unemployed both male and female to Send to ton d. C., isome time with friends Here the month of August in Gabon Ohio. 1 mrs. Henry logo of near Here Ivhon is a patient m the mercy hos Pital Baltimore is improving very spent sunday Niccla at this writing. Visit to her son a Law and daughter. Mrs Frank is spin amp or and mrs. Harold Etter of Eliza Sec her Raymond Harpa and her brother Gorofe 1 y. A Downey of Wilh i Bort family of Balti or Krs Wihlm j More the with his with son in Laid brother or. And mrs j p. Gilbert and daughter or. Aro mrs. Milton she underwent an operation Pendic itis. Mrs. A. Pinning ten Aad Daugh ter Margaret and Elwood Hildt spent a Day recently with or. Harry Sliver. Miss Beatrice Jackson of Perry Villa is visiting her grandparents or. And mr-3. Joseph Norris i Toebe Mckinley. Who was in for appendicitis at the 1 Nion or Rao rial Hospital on Friday of critic 5 Mcclo. In the family arc pre t a p Rin acne to m it n Ana Vil of Tupi mrs. Tho i n o the Griffith Home. V n 1 a i Iii a. In a i o i i Gor mrs. Charles keeper has returned mechanical worker or Artisan More Quail led help of All types. Of l i of j j. than a maximum week of 35 hours until december 31, 1933, but with the right to work a maximum week of 40 6 weeks within this the committee has derided that the manager of the office will serve the hours for y period and not to employ any worker More than 8 hours m any 1 Day. 4 the maximum hours fixed in the foregoing paragraph 2 and 3 al arts of the county t j Ruth Gross spent last week visiting h Thompson and family near Bel f in. J relatives and friends in and around i Giorge Swetic Rcpt and brother John Pamlico my. And family from Buffalo. N. Y., spent George heaps who makes his Home a night at the car Del hotel. They with m and mrs. William visited or. And mrs John Jacobs Home after spending ten cays and has been very ill is much Imo Delta and mrs. Marshall Scamon her son Russell , Cardiff. " r Virginia Stei ens of Mill 1 o1 of 01 j. Man i Ca i. R a l 1-1 Lortis left in Friday i or s r Mckiney who i r n p0j fort Hoylo spent the Ith proved during this writing. Or. And mrs. James c. Winemi her Helen Kerr Vised her grand adequate time in Var and daughter Emma of stewarts croon spent saturday her aunt Noth a mrs. Mary .1. Tyson on town spent Friday with or. And mrs. Mis. William j Robinson and family. His family Here j Norman Allison of is 11 this Vicinity. Keller Ana or. And and miss Evelyn family of Philadelphia spent mrs Edward Schraff r Kkt. Muf Illek to Iwa communities in order to Register j and mrs. William Sharon and daughter Doris. The unemployed and get them on the i Viola spent sunday rope York spent monday afternoon sunday with or. Schre after s Mother proper lists for referrals. The lists of 6 _ i hrs thru at Ghook shall not apply to employees in establishments employing not More than two persons in towns of less than population which towns Are not part of a larger Trade area nor to registered pharmacists or other professional persons employed in their profession nor to employees in a managerial or executive capacity who now receive More than ?35_pcr week nor to employees on emergency maintenance and repair work nor to very special cases where restrictions of hours of highly skilled workers on continuous processes would unavoidably reduce production but in any unemployed will be according to occupations and que if cations and employers can be assured of receiving from the office Parsons of proper qual plications to do whatever work is to be done. The manager or. Swartz will be l. The City Hall Havre de Grace on wednesdays from 9 a. A. To 4 p. M. Until further notice citizenship meeting Vith their son in Law and daughter i with mrs. S. L Hughes. Mrs Fred Smith and mrs William or. And mrs. Charles Jones of Perry Vilic. J mrs. Leslie Shoemaker and child i mrs. Viola Harkins Street. A citizenship meeting1 will be held in Highland Church a nday evening at 8 o clock. Assistant District at Torney of York co., or. S. S. Laucks. By the speaker. The lord los the Public arc Cor such special Case at least time and on c third shall be paid for hours worked in excess of the maximum., Vii cart to attend this meeting. Population for the purposes of agreement shall be determined by reference to the 1930 Federal census. Ren Norris and Barbara Jane of Hatboro pa., Are the guests of her parents. Or. And mrs. John l. Norris. Marshall j. Stewart of Street is spending two weeks vacation with relatives and friends at farming Ion Delaware. Mrs. Amos Devoe of near Here re turned to her Home last week after being a patient in the mercy Hospital for some time. Alice Bush of rocks is spending some time with relatives and friends in Norfolk a. First 5 not to any of the classes of employees mentioned in paragraph ripening 2 less than s15 per week in any City a week later. Peaches variety Fine yellow and mrs. W. H. Galbreath returned on monday from visiting friends in Media and Oxford. Charles h. Brown of Wilmington del., spent the week end with his Cousin mrs. Sue Bennington. Glen Barnett of York is some time with his aunt mrs. Myers. And brother. The Uio North Harford or. And mrs. Lewis Jones and or. Circuit will hold their sunday morn worship service in the Scarbor Grove at if the Day is Clear. In cast of n Cloudy Day the worship ski vices for the morning will be As follows Emory to a. M. A Bingo spin wednesday with and mrs. Roberts of Philadelphia at ing tended the morning service at the Ough Rehoboth Church on sunday. Or. Roberts rendered a Beautiful Solo appreciated and enjoyed by All. While visiting at the Home of his father in Law Samuel Torbert Thom As Davis bad the misfortune to slip and fall fracturing a Bone in his Arm. And Dublin at open air services a being held evening at the scar Grove at p. M this or. Hutton and lady Friend of sunday August 13, the regular con song service will be held per and mrs b w. Jones and Havre do Grace called at the Home of Kev. Ana ivies. _ Millar on at s o clock. At a special ser continued on Page three Cardiff boy swims Susquehanna sunday Highland Church to give supper a supper for the Benefit of High now land Church will by served on the for Salo. White about j Lawn adjoining the Church on thurs Day evening August 37, at o Over population or in the i Susquehanna Orchards j o clock theron Whiteford accompanied by the Junior order of Frank Graham in a Row boat swam american mechanics and , a the suss Richanna River and of America will hold Lawn fete at to Ion be Rev. Walter j uglier of Cairo Togyer on the sub yet. The conditions in Mol Iamme and the Challenge to Christ i not 1c k water. Evening with us. In spa Peri 1wspaper

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