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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 16, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaElta Herald to the Only newspaper adequately covering1 Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland m vol. Lvi. No. 32 Delta York county pa., thursday August 16, 1934 established 1878 Delta Bank Force keeps on its toes unless one has had the Opportunity to observe at close Range the con duct of business in a Bank he can not form anything like an adequate Conception of the amount of work to be done even in an. Institution such As we have in our smaller towns. Sometimes it helps us to take a Peep behind the curtain and see what the Ether fellow has to do. We Are Likely to think More of our own jobs for Many times we find our neigh Bor s is no sinecure. In no instance is this More apparent than in our own Delta an inspection will reveal an almost unlimited amount of work. The Force is required to Flo double duty. There is the Job of Clos ing out the affairs of the old Bank made doubly difficult because of the receivership and the task of starting a. New one practically from the ground up. Fortunately information is hard get for the cashier or. Hoke is ready to answer any reasonable question in reference to the Bank and its operation. It developed a the course of a recent interview that one of their heavy burdens is the necessity for furnishing so Many reports to the various Federal Agen such As the department of closed Banks the comptroller of the currency the reconstruction i since the Federal re Bank and others. Naturally work to be done inquires some one to do it. When the new Bank started Busi Ness on june 25, of this or. Hoke stated it took Over of the assets of the old Bank including q he does a thorough of d it tailing proo Ohr Tomb the Story of Little Tiger Mary Hyde society i to i Stubbs family j holds reunion j at Penn Hill after two years the Stubbs fam ily again held its reunion at Penn Hill friends meeting House Lancas Ter county on saturday August 4, with a record breaking crowd in at Tendance. Harvie Stubbs Delta was chair Man of the committee on arrange ments. Others serving with him were Mary a. Terrell Secretary Mary s. Kirk and Evan l. Stubbs. After partaking of a delightfully satisfying lunch the crowd repaired to the meeting House where the Fol lowing program was enjoyed prayer Townsend Swanye address of Wel come Edith Weaver response Edith selection mrs. Walter Stubbs and daughters Ruth and Alice Stubbs Reading Sarah Swayne address Rev. Or. W. L. Mccormick Fred j. Coates gave a his tory of his family connection marriages births and deaths since the last reunion Mary a. Gatchell the Stubbs coat of arms was shown and explained by Allen Stubbs. The pro Gram came to a close by All singing god be with you till we meet those attending were or. And mrs. Marshall Scarborough Edith Scarborough or. And mrs. We. Stubbs or. And mrs. Harvie l. Stubbs Eugenia Stubbs or. And Conli Nucal Page 8 by Muriel Ramsay meets on Friday music class gives recital saturday Cash. For the remaining 50% of the deposits certificates of participation will be of them 111 will to Suiro some time to Complete. The of the people s National Bank not taken Over by the new Bank Are trusted to a committee known As the liquidating trustees whose duty it is to collect these assets. Out of these collections dividends will be paid from time to time on the certificates of what we asked does this have on the size of the Force you Are obliged to it is easy to replied or. Hoke that since All these details have to be attended to including the Book work for the liquidating trus tees it adds greatly to the Ordinary routine work of the Bank and necessarily Calls for More people to do it. Our hours Are not from to As Many suppose but from to and sometimes at another thing should toe kept in he added and that is this hurry hurry Don t you want to the Mother could t Force the Daugh i come and see something Ter into marriage so she told some neighbor women burst in on the Groom to use the old fashioned the Home where Jolly Wang and i j custom of kidnapping his Bride if he the charming Home of the misses were calling at the town of watch i what s All the we asked. An unusually delightful meeting of the Mary Hyde society was held at wanted t Thomas near Delta on Friday eve but that s against the said Ning. Threatening weather was no Jolly Wang. 1 deterrent and a fair sized crowd was Why there s a Bride out there on Well they did it anyway. A lot of in attendance. Rough Fellows grabbed the girl today i with mrs. J. M. Dooley presiding the Street just brought to the Bride forced her into the bridal chair and the program moved Forward without Groom s Home in the red chair but brought her to her husband s Home j a hitch. After the scripture lesson he won t leave the chair. She says her name is Little and she s read by mrs. Merton Kerr miss Ruth she won t marry that Man and they be j fighting like a tigress too. Come on i Thomas led in prayer. The business torn the chair All to pieces trying to let s go Back to see if she goes in or make her go into die j but Why won t she marry the they Man what s the matter with of everyone knows he s an opium fiend and can t possibly support a wife. He has a frightful appearance too. The girl has always rebelled about the engagement but what could she do their families betrothed them they were Small and now that the betrothal Money has All been used Long ago by the girl s dropped in later to report that the girl had been dragged into the House shouting at every step that she would not be that Man s wife that she would not stay. My heart ached for the girl and t longed to do something for her yet i was assured by All that there was absolutely nothing i could do. The head Man. Of the Village would Assur edly help the opium fiend. It might being dispatched a. Number of inter Esting readings together with vocal and instrumental music were enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were served. Those present were mesdames j. M. Dooley f. W. Wyman Howard Walker William Tweedle Marshall t. Heaps j. M. Wheeler w. A. Hoke Clell Asbury Russell Scarborough Earl Jones Paul Wilhelm Robert c. Roberts s. J. Barnett Elisha Thom As misses Beryl Wyman Sadie Kil Gore Ruth and Alice Thomas. I family the Man says he will have his j be disastrous for me to wife or four Hundred but i could not forget the tragedy How much was the betrothal and the injustice done this girl Bride j friends give couple Money i interrupted. The whole thing was so wrong sure of six or seven dollars. One Dolly something should be done. Yet Lar per year of the Little girl s life having Learned by several previous at the time of the betrothal. She was impulsive acts that it in t always big Surprise Shower or. And mrs. Harry Devoe of in Dian Springs farm Harford county the second of a series of three recitals by the pupils of mrs. Helen n. Williams will be Given in Darlington Hall saturday August 18, at o clock. An interesting program of High Grade selections will be presented. The class consists of the following pupils Evaa Atkins Rosemary bos tic William Bostic Theda Bott Bob by Bradley Alice Burkins Doris Cass Julia Cowley Virginia Copenhaver Garland Creswell Eleanor Cox Eva sue Cox Francis Cox Catherine Dav is Hazel Dick Ann Dingey Doris Fife Melva Glasgow Josephine Gray Beal Louise Graybeal Hixene Greer Ethel Jane heaps Jean heaps Doro thy Hughes Mary Gladys Jones june Johnson Janet Kilgore Harold Mani fold Smith manifold Barbara Mason Anna Malone Anna Mae Mclaughlin Randatt Mclaughlin Ted Morris Al a Morton Lucille Moxley Francis Pyle Billy Reed Lois Reed Helen Rhudy Florence Robinson Helen Samsell Virginia shelling Paulina Singleton Virginia sevens Dorothy Thomas Robert Thomas Olive Tor Bert Etta Louise Torbert Jean White Ford 7onn Russell Williams. The liquidating trustees have been a daughter. Seven Dol possible to play the Good Samari a on returning from their honeymoon mrs. Snodgrass buried granted the use of the Bank building As their Headquarters and the Bank personnel to do the Book work in addition to own routine. This is fortunate both for the liquidating trus tees and for those individuals Wii Ose assets Are being if you Are going to write any thing about continued or. Hoke you might say that the offi cers and directors of the Delta National Bank Are very much Rancour Lars at Tan in China much As one Long s to trip recently received but i gasped can be Rte do just prayed and waited for Surprise Shower at the a generous j hands of a the funeral of mrs. Matilda Jose Mand four Hundred dollars they shrugged. Of course the girl s family can t that. So what did they do what s going on the Scarboro Grove meeting under the auspices of the North har t code restrictions lifted on 17 i forms of Small town businesses aged by the Friendly spirit and Hearty Ford m. E. Charge will be held on co operation shown by the people of Delta a and the surrounding Coinman entertain at dinner or. And mrs. D. D. And family entertained the following guests at dinner on saturday eve s. Parks and l. Weaver of Parkersburg w. A. Mrs. Frank Snodgrass mrs. Jean Somerville and daughter Jean and Frank Snodgrass Ning or. And mrs. B. Or. And mrs. Howard sunday August 19. The Rev. J. Hay Den last or pastor of Grove Presby Terian Church Aberdeen will be the speaker. A male Quartetti from Aberdeen will Render several selections. The ladies Aid society of Emory m. E. Church will hold a Chicken sup per and festival on the Church Lawn monday night August 20. Will begin serving at o clock. Supper and festival at St. Mary s Hall Pylesville thursday evening August 23. Jr., Darlington my. Mrs. Lucy hop a the ladies auxiliary of the Delta Nins Dover York county or. And Cardiff fire co., will give a card mrs. W. H. Snodgrass and or. Mrs. Brooke Snodgrass Delta. And party tuesday evening August 28, Camp at Holloway Beach the following party recently spent a. Week camping at Holloway Beach Charlestown my mrs. E. J. Cox mrs. Ernest Gillespie misses Edith Scarborough Margaret Scarborough Eleanore Cox Mabel Whiteford Eva sue and Frances Cox Ernestine Gil Lespie Laura and Mary Martha heaps Geho sobe Proctor june Greer Rol Maine Kerr Helen and Dooley. At 8 Hall. O clock in the fire company an Opportunity much Large gathering of friends. A Large Hinc Snodgrass widow of the late against Rny will. Number of Beautiful and useful gifts c. A. Snodgrass who died at the Homo i did t have to wait Long. Were received. About seventy persons other daughter mrs. Howard l. Continued next week were present. Weaver Rutherford West Virginia was held at the Home of her son will Iam h. Snodgrass. Main Street on Friday afternoon at 2 o clock. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. W. Jones. A quartet com posed of miss Olla Barnett or. And i mrs. Arthur Robinson and Marshall code restrictions including sex cup feet these lines of business in com it heaps Sang two hymns. The pall bearers were Jessop Cowley Marvin Finley Alvin Snodgrass Howard Snodgrass Brooke Snodgrass and Frank Snodgrass. Flowers were car ried by mrs. Jean Sommerville Verba Mildred and Virginia Snodgrass Adda and Kathleen Noerr. Funeral direct or Hubert p. Harkins had charge of Delta High Steps ahead tentative plans were worked out several weeks ago by which Delta High school and Stewartstown High will be Able to offer this year elect Ive courses in Home economics and vocational agriculture. There will be College preparatory courses general courses and vocational courses including shop work. This Forward step has been made possible by a splendid spirit of co operation manifested by the school boards of the two towns. In order to further the movement the two boards met in Delta on saturday August 4, and organized a joint Board for vocational work with the following offi cers president c. W. Shaw Stewartstown vice president w. J. Cow Ley Delta Secretary c. C. Stifler Delta treasurer John e. Mcdonald Stewartstown. After conferring with the county superintendent w. F., Wilson Charles d. Carey county superintendent vocational agriculture and miss Mir Iam a. Weikert county superintend ent of Home economics application was Mado for two teachers whose time would be equally divided be tween the two schools. State Board approves l on tuesday afternoon of this week h. C. Fetterolf director of vocation Al agriculture in Pennsylvania and mrs. Anna g. Green head of Home economics in the state department of education along with superintendents Wilson Carey and Weikert met with the Delta school Board. After discussing the project they inspected the buildings and approved them subject to certain slight alterations. It is said that work on these alterations will begin at once. Not compulsory since these courses Are not compulsory but elective it should be borne in mind that they offer a splendid privilege to the boys and girls of the Community. The work will extend Over one half of each week Only and is of a decidedly practical character. This is an important addition to the curriculum and ties up the teachings of the school with the practical needs of everyday life. Pupils in other schools have found these courses to be not Only interesting but highly profitable. New teachers when the school opens on septem Ber 4, pupils of the High school will be greeted by four new teachers Only two of which have As yet been appointed. Miss Rose e. Gal breath will have charge of the English department and latin and French will be taught by miss Verba Snodgrass. Teachers for the new classes in vocational Home economics and vocational agriculture will be announced later. The school building has been renovated and when the alterations arc completed for the new classes everything will be in splendid shape. Tion from hours wages operations unities not having More than Price posting code authority assess ments and All other forms of Era regulations with the one limitation of child labor and sweatshop practices have been lifted the past few population motor vehicle storage and parking billiards mercantile tax due merchants and business firms subject to a mercantile tax who have failed to their 1934 Levy to the county treasurer will be subject to a penalty after aug. 31st, and their delinquent account placed in tha Hinds of an Alderman or Justice of Margaret the peace for tending costs. Collection with at newspaper Barber shops Bowling and cleaning and dyeing Laun dries shoe rebuilding hotels retail by the j baking retail food and grocery re forms of Small town business Mer Tail jewelry retail tobacco retail Cantile and commercial enterprises in j trading in any commercial lines real All communities or municipalities estate brokerage restaurants Beauty having a population not exceeding j Parlours confectionery stores and re persons. This Means that Many Tail Milf business firms in Rural communities the population basis in the sex who have been subject to code a emotions is on the 1930 Federal Cen Hority emanating out of York City sus returns. In the Southeast Section under the Guise of being within the York trading area Are no longer subject to the code restrictions which the larger York business firms have been endeavouring to impose upon their smaller competitors in the Urban Rural sections of York county and which have served As a Handicap to the Small town business. The new ruling issued by the Era administrator is in answer to the increase Slateville brotherhood hears like. Nil. . The funeral arrangements. Health Center meets the the next meeting next meeting of of the Che health health Center at the Delta High school build of York county practically All win by Noel tuesday August 2l. Retail business is thus effected with the exception of to base in red lion. Ing chorus of complaints of oppression from every Section of the nation. The code restriction exemptions under the above referred to order of Doggie roast or. And mrs. Arthur recently entertained the Thompson following persons at a Doggie roast or. And mrs. Ralph Duncan or. And mrs. Charles e. Tumer or. And mrs. Al Bert pea co and son Charles or. And is. Delmar Hopkins and Daugh Ter Betty miss Clara Thompson and William Duncan. From 2 p. M. To 4 p. M. Or. H. S. Allen and two nurses will be in at Tendance. All mothers of children of pre school age Are invited to bring them for free examination. Peaches Early yellow peaches now Ripen ing. Nice White ones about August 25. Crop quite Short this year. Bring containers. No sales sunday. Week Days until 9 p. M. Susquehanna Orchards. Tel. Delta 33-r-21. 8-10-21 members and Fri ends of the slate Villa brotherhood turned out in Masse to hear the Rev. W. L. Mccornick of Philadelphia at the Home of or. And mrs. John fan torn near Delta on monday night. After an enjoyable program refreshments were served. Those attending wore Jessop cow Ity. James Handley Harvey hand Ley w. Single ten Delmar Thomp son John Bay Osborne heaps Holly tiles Graham Thompson John albeit Axil. Robert Ayres v a. Hock John xxx Donivan Lix Rev. W. L. Mccormick t. H. Whee Ler or. E. J. Cox Hugh j. Beard Chanell Wheeler Walter Wise Dale Malone Hugh Kilgore Clinton John son James Mackinson Lester Malone will Stubbs Howard Stubbs William Sparks Paul Loyd Milford Malone Benj. Stubbs Albert Stubbs Harvey Stubbs marshal heaps Wilson heaps Clay Whiteford Byron Hughes. Karl Malone Clair Spidle Albert Jenkins Howard Jenkins Samuel card Alum Snodgrass Daniel Snodgrass Ches Ter Mclaughlin Charles Hawkins William Malone Walter Wiley Clar ence Norris Arthur Robison Oscar Stokes h. J. Evans Howard Patter son Reed Norris Joe Neukum Dick Harold Billie Fantom Malford fan torn John Fantom James Mackinson jr., Donald Johnson Robert Johnson
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