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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaIs Iii the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 33 Delta. York county pa., thursday August 17, 1933 Rrt. A leading citizens United behind plan for new Bank subscription drive to Start at once to sell shares of Stock at a share. Every citizen in the Vicinity of Delta and Cardiff will be asked in the next few Days to subscribe to the limit of their ability to shares in a new Bank. The leading citizens of the Community Are behind the plan for a new Bank to a Man. Henry c. Whiteford of Whiteford is chairman of the committee in charge of the organization of the new Bank. N. Scarborough of Delta. Is Secretary and or. Paul Wilhelm Cardiff is treasurer. Other members of the committee Are or. W. E. Arthur Arthur Robinson Clay p. Whiteford m. S. Macomber and Frank c. Thomas. The committee will meet Friday eight and after that meeting it is expected that the drive for subscriptions will get under Way immediately. Several subscriptions have al ready been pledged. The new Bank will be a National Bank operating under the Federal Reserve system. It will be capitalized at with a capital Structure of shares of Stock of value. The Stock will be sold at tax payers us Agtie a share which will permit a surplus to discuss assessments tax assessment of the township was the main subject discussed by the non partisan tax payer s league of peach Bottom township at their last meeting. The following men were appointed to meet with the tax assessor in the near future to read just the assessment of taxes on a 35 1-3% basis Benj. P. Jos. Wiley Jas. Mackinson sr., a. H. Jenkins Walter Mckinley Clarence Scarborough Reed Kilgore Frank Grove Patrick Braderick and Harvey Crove. Pylesville Delta visitor marries the following announcement has been received by friends Here the reverend and mrs. David Howard Scanlon announce the marriage of their Niece Alice Walker Scanlon to or. Edward Henry Wells on Home with them. Or. And mrs. Howard Baldwin of York spent saturday evening with or. And mrs. John h. Baldwin of this place. Or. And mrs. William Garvine or. And mrs. Thomas Swift of near Here also e. W. Garvine of Rock run Mill spent last wednesday motoring to Harrisburg. Or. And mrs. Charles Oliver re turned to their Home last week after spending some time at Ocean City my. Mrs. Frank Howard was the sunday guest of her parents or. And mrs. John h. Baldwin of this place. Lem Mckinley motored to Balti More last Friday bringing Home his daughter Phoebe who was a patient in the Union memorial Hospital. She is much improved. Theresa Worthington left last week to visit her former College Friend miss Katherine Reid Charlottes vice a. Mrs. W. E. Norris and mrs. Charles m. Pearls of Monkton md., spent last week at Summit Grove Camp with mrs. Alice Thompson and mrs. Thomas Payne. Or. And mrs. Warren Pennington and daughter Charlotte motored to Baltimore last Friday bringing mrs. Henry Lowe who for some tune had been a patient in the mercy Hospital Delta schools to sept. O Forest Hill mrs Eugene Tucker and her Daugh ter miss Mary Tucker of Baltimore the Delta school will reopen for Are guests of or. And mrs. Hugh the eighth of August Nineteen Hun dred and thirty three in Pittsburgh. Of the troller of the currency. The plans to Start the new Bank got under Way at a Public meeting last Friday night. Henry Whiteford j acted As chairman. Judge Mcclean Stock of York attended and answered questions. Out of which grew the de termination to build a new Bank. Pickwick arms George Alfred Mitchell and Daugh ter Mildred Are spending a week s vacation in Atlantic City n. J. The 1933-34 term at a. M., sep tember 5. Following the plan used last year All High school students and All new pupils in the grades except beginners will enrol during the Days set for that purpose. The school building be open for enrolment August 30 Aid 31 from 9 to 12 a. And sep tember 1 from 9 a. To 4 p. Afi beginners and new students in the grades Are requested to bring vaccination certificates and All non Resi Dent freshmen Are asked to bring their eighth Grade examination certificates not their diplomas when enrolling. Parents who have any questions concerning the studies of pupils Are invited to Call during the enrolling period to discuss these matters. Pupils find it greatly to their advantage in enrolling before the first Day of school. According to Section 1403 of the school code Only those beginners will be admitted at the opening of school who Are six years of age or will be come six years of age before the first Day of january following the opening of school. Parents Are urged to have beginners before the opening of Irvington ave., South Orange or. And mrs. Roger Taylor school and can much time and inconvenience new Jersey after october 1. The i daughter Eleanor left last week for Bode has frequently visited Quebec. Egg a Cousin of mrs. W. Sam sell and a daughter of the late or. Charles Scanlon who was Well known Here. Clan elects Delta she is a graduate of the College of i tvs an officer the meeting followed closely the Booster and has a master s degree appointment of a for the f rom receiver people s National Bank. The receiver or. Wells is a graduate of the is John Bissau of Baltimore. It is to diversity of Chicago and Princeton formerly at their James a. Fulton Delta was elected vice president of the Pegan clan at Bank is liquidated. 1 Hampshire. J other of cers elected for the ensuing the couple left immediately for a Are As follows president r. D. To the West indies and South Pegan Lancaster second vice presi had been hoped that John Williams was going to succeed in i getting the Bank on its feet. Firemen the men behind the movement to t 11 eau Kun Start the new Bank Are said to have a Good Deal of encouragement from Washington. This being the Case a Good Deal of the bitterness that has been Felt hereabouts against the a j tonal administration s handling of the Bank situation Here will be forgotten. This bitterness is due to the urging of the Federal authorities to Consoli Date the first National and the peo ple s nearly a year ago. The belief is now becoming general August 30 and 31 Tention Given to eyes Laeth Etc since any physical disorders Are of great disadvantage to pupils in school. Often children lose interest and fail to keep up with their classes when hampered by poor eyesight or other physical defects which can be remedied. Clarke. Mrs. T. Pyle returned to her Lime in York after spending a week with her parents or. And mrs. S. O. Nagle. Mrs. Bessie Jeffery John Greason and mrs. William Grafton of Balti More were sunday guests of Charles Jeffery and miss Mary Jeffery. Miss Hattie Poole is spending some time with her Cousin miss Sadie Wilson. Misses Lenora and Anna Kugel of Baltimore Are spending the week with their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Howard Shultz. Or. And mrs. Myers and son or. And mrs. Wettengel and family and miss Etta Kugel All of Baltimore were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Willard Nagle. Or. And mrs. Kemp Mitchell will Mitchell of Fallston miss Margaret Ivich of Baltimore and Thomas. By song were sunday guests of mrs. J. P Whaland and mrs. B. G. Buckland. Mrs. Ralph Kurtz spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Adam Hess at Monkton. Miss Ruth Kenyon underwent a successful operation for tonsils and adenoids at Havre de Grace Hospital on tuesday. Miss Louise Scarff and master Philip Scarff left on tuesday to spend a week s vacation in Baltimore with their aunt mrs. Charles Sloan. Mrs. Clyde Green has As her guest Are aunt of Baltimore former pastor to address audience the Rev. C. C. Archer a former pastor of the North Harford circuit and now pastor of swim Dell memorial Hurch Baltimore will be the Dent mrs. Luella love Harrisburg at the Scarborough Grove a _ _ j 4. T eting on sunday evening August Pittsburgh fourth vice president 2o at Harry Pegan Wilmington fifth vice president Dale Kilgore Woodbine sixth vice president mrs s. S. Man High Rock secret Fri Hatte to a i Lancaster treasurer Myra p other loc4l happenings of interest misses Hazel and Helen Kerr Urban Lancaster historians e. A. Of 1ir. And mrs. Andrew at a meeting of the Delta Cardiff Wallow Lancaster and Clair j. Grove Kerry entertained at dinner sunday firemen monday evening plans were York registrar h. F. Pegan Lan misses Virginia Orr Rebecca c. Drafted and committees named for Caster press committee mrs. Annie Brooks William Orr and Roger the big Community Jubilee the i Miller Lancaster mrs. S. J. Adams Barton candidates file for county offices wednesday was the last Day for the filing of petitions by candidates seek ing their party nominations for York county offices at the forthcoming Pri Maries. Here is the lineup of the candidates the Republican and democratic tickets for York county Republican ticket for District Fisher. For county h Menges. For recorder of e Reachard John h. Eyster Benjamin f. Crumling and John w Young. World s All right to be staged at Cardiff and mrs. Clair j. Grove York. Those present were or. And mrs. The firemen s theatre in Delta on i August 30 and 31. Harry f. Pegan or. And mrs. J. W. Or. And mrs. George up Suther land of Webster Groves mo., and two grandchildren Anne and David fair draws on first Day the seventh annual fair at Fawn Grove opened on wednesday with. 3.000 people on the grounds during the afternoon and evening. Exhibits at the fair this year num Ber far More than in previous years. Entries in the various departments Are estimated at about the poultry department consisting of 700 alone. The outstanding feature of wed essay s program was the old fid Ler s frolic lasting from noon Well a into the night. This feature was under the direction of Harry Howard i Woodbine who saw to it that there plenty of music on the air All the me. The Square dancers were Given Chance to kick High and Low Dur in the evening program. Quite a. New of be olde time folks took advantage of this Opportunity. Orchestras present during the Day eluded Brogue co huskers Bud Laharty manager red lion red aps Paul Howard manager slate Point Ramblers from slate Hill Happy Howard manager John Laharty s orchestra of Delta the family of Woodbine Harry manager a studio feature of Adio station Wajc Lancaster with Flaharty who is billed As he York county and or. Did mrs. Lat ignore Smith of Wood Ine. Or. And mrs. Smith were the Idest musicians to participate in the program or. Smith 68, playing a be string Banjo and mrs. Smith 64, laying the violin. The Mountain Thomas Bolton rendered Sev ral vocal selections. Figures for the quare dancing were called by David Cooper a member of the Howard or Hestra. The original Susquehanna Moun Ameer Jug band a featured pro Gram Over radio station Wajc Lan Aster kept the crowd in constant Aughter during their contribution to he program. Steve Riley is Mana Ger of this group. A. H. Morris and tis band friends will furnish music throughout the Day. In the evening they Are to be assisted by the York orchestra. The third Day of the s school children s Day. All Sci tool pupils will be admitted Freo at the ate until 4 p. So give the a reak during this lasting depression and Send them to the fair on Friday. That Che administration can do More something different the it. _ _4 in i the world s All right is some Kilgore. Or. And mrs. E. A. Walton Sutherland of Montclair n. A paid by helping with the new institution than in continuing the old. A plan whereby a portion of the deposits in the closed people s a j tonal Bank would be Mude available j through the organization of the new Bank is under consideration and it is said an attempt will probably be made to put it into effect. Under j Tina plan the new Bank would Pur Chase a portion of the closed institution s acceptable Aaseth. By Assum ing abortion of the depository liability. This would instantly make Avail Able upon the opening of the new Bank a Good percentage of the de posits in the closed institution it is said. Scene is Laid in a broadcasting studio with Dewitt Jones acting As the i owner of the station. Alma Macom of Dewitt s Secre tary and sweetheart. Les Williams As Joe the talented office boy will portray Louin Sam which is his contribution to the broadcast and is the hit of the show. Miss Ann Glidden is Ballad soloist for the production. J. Wheeler and his Quartetti appear on this program in several comedy numbers. Boy Are they i Gertrude e. Kilgore or. And h. Good the part of the hard hailed William h. Kilgore Myra s. Urban j mrs. Annie k. Miller or. And mrs. R. D. Pegan mrs. Cora Stouch the Rev. And mrs. O. T. Ehrhart Carl Jane Ehrhart mrs. E. Goss Margaret Morrison Betty for Rison of Lancaster Carrie minnow York or. And mrs. E. Kilgore Delta r. D. Emma Sweeney or. And mrs. Dale d. Kilgore Bobby Kab Gore or. And mrs. Emory Kigore continued on Page three Active citizen asks for hew Bank or. Editor in my opinion tire Public meeting of the depositors a most Profita ble have been held Eugene Kilgore and Wade Smith Long ago. It tar Hwght to Light some Woodbine John Hagen new York i things about which the depositors in the dark. To has cleared the Hess mrs. Elizabeth Geiger atmosphere. It also punctured f Alee r and mrs. David Fulton or. Rumours which have been increasing Guild meets at peach Bottom collector will be taken of Earl Myers. Mrs m. Luther hew Gerald hese in size and ulsness each Day. Many Randall Mclaughlin takes the Ramsay Mesa Robert g. Hess j things accepted As certain facts were of owner of Inkell and mrs. Glenn Jean found to be Only nebulous gossip As skies inc. Harry Butler is lining Nora Glenn or. And mrs. G huge sums loaned to certain some Good old Hill Billies for your 11 the Westminster Guild Circle held its August meeting at the River at peach Bottom on monday evening. The devotional exercises were in charge of the vice president Grace Wise. A business meeting was held during which plans were made to take part in the Union meeting of the societies on thursday. No pro Gram was Given. A social time was held and a Box lunch served. Those present were Grace Wise Eleanor Wise Beulah Jarvis Geho sobe proc Tor Norma Mckinley Martha Baer Virginia Bulette and mrs. Howard Proctor jr., As patroness. W. C. T. U. To meet in m. P. Church the w. C. T. U. Will hold their regular meeting on thursday evening August 24, at 8 o clock in the sunday school room of the methodist protes Tant Church. There will be a business session also social hour and refresh ments. The program will be supplied by members of the y. P. B. As this meeting will be the last meeting of the year an election of officers will be held. Will the members each one make a special Effort to be present entertainment. They la thrill you with hits of be olde time melodrama and tunes from the fiddle. Don t miss Toliese Hill Billies Whitey Knopp George heaps and Paul Butler those past masters of pantomime will be headliners in this scene red Warner will Turill his radio listeners with that Ballad of the sea for ships that never come assisted by six Jack tars. Folks you la never forget it a vested choir of 18 of the Community s leading singers will be presented to the radio audience. Thomas k. Wheeler will give a Reading to Rubenstein s Melody in fas a part of this choir scene. The finale is a scene which takes us Back Over the history of our great nation. These Are just a few of the High spots of this great show. Plan to see it James a. Fulton James a. Fulton jr., Beulah Jarvis mrs. Mary Wise continued on supper the Baracca and Phi Laethea classes of sulem m. E. Church will serve a Chicken Corn soup supper on thurs Day evening August 24, 1933 from 5 to 9 p. If Stormy Friday evening in and wishes ice Cream etc., will also to served. Price 25 cents. Come out and eat individuals. Average listener parties select ticket for primaries at the Republican caucus on Fri Day evening in the fire company Hall the following ticket was selected for the coming primaries chief Burgess. Charles Thompson Council Nen h. W. Butler w. T. Brown j. C. Murphy and John Evans school directors w. H Galbreath and h. L. Stubbs tax collector Ida e. Tweedle assessor h. Findley auditor a. G. Dunlap judge of election o. C. Jones inspector w. E. Williams. The democrats met saturday even ing in the first National Bank build ing and selected the following ticket chief Burgess c. W. Thompson councilmen John l. Norris w. H. Myers John a. Judd s. J. Clay school directors j. C. Macomber and h. P. Harkins tax collector Clara m. Galbreath assessor John h. Wheeler auditor Robert a. Gal breath judge of election William h. Snodgrass inspector of election Wal ter e. Baker. Once again it was apparent that talk j is cheap the Progress made in turn ing Frozen considerable and or. Williams de serves commendation. If the writer remembers correctly has been collected on Loans Bonds owned by Bank have increased m value and since March the Bank shows a profit of above sex total of turned in to Cash. We face the naked truth that the value of everything has shrunk. We also face the inescapable fact that the Only Way out of our plight be a new Bank. The Silver lining to the dark Cloud is that a reorganization is possible for the amount of not Only is this possible but such an action May reduce our losses to a very Small percentage. Now or. Editor we need to re member that every Community has or has had the same condition to meet. We Are not alone in Delta. Other communities Are gritting their Teeth in determination and Are setting their House in order. Will it not be a ser ious indictment of our business get up if we refuse to support any move for director of the poor four Frank Gilbert and Eli g Howard. For two year term Charle Smith and Charles l. Huber. For jury s Waughtel John w. Leese m. B Conner Elmer e. Houseman Loui Slothower Clavin g. Drawbaugh democratic ticket for District f Geesey Spencer d. Wareheim Wai ter i. Anderson John e. Brenneman s. Love. For county Kohler Bert l. Brenneman Fred Barten Schlager h. O. Ruby. For recorder of m. Becker Wesley h. Schmuck George p. Livingston Howard m. Rohrbaugh a. F. Haugh. For director of the poor four a. Proctor William s. Brenneman l. A. Kaltrider Charles a Myers. For two years Hiram Blacklock Charles h. Charles s. Nace. For jury t. Boat Harry d. Ziegler a a. Winter Elmer j. Blum Noah m. Bupp Paul Don t forget big Day. The York City band the York City band Quartetti and miss Doro thy Yoder with her xylophone and Marimba will be there to keep you company. At o clock on sat urday night the Fine room suite which is now on exhibition in the main building will be Given away absolutely free. Keep your Gate ticket. You May be the Lucky fellow. You must be on the grounds drawing to takes place and claim the suite with in five minutes after drawing. Select prize winners beg Folcomer Howard Klinedinst j. F. Buser e. P. Haugh a. B. Payne Gerry i. Mcclain. Cardiff girl weds in Darlington a quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized August 7, when miss Kathryn Marian daughter of mrs. Etta Muth of Cardiff became the Bride of Carl a., son of or. And mrs. William Hamilton of Darlington. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. B. Wierer pastor of Dublin methodist Church. Mrs. Lula Grifon a sister of the bridegroom was the Only attendant. The Bride was at tired in a powder Blue Georgette dress with hat to match and White gloves and slippers. Mrs. Griffin was attired in a peach coloured organdy dress the newlyweds were a Recap icon at the Home of the bridegroom s parents with Only the immediate families and a few friends present. A partial list of Premium winners at the Fawn Grove fair As announced on the grounds on wednesday Are As follows preserves and canned goods display of canned fruit first mrs Dwight Jenkins second mrs. Clinton Johnson third Ruth Johnson fourth mrs. Harry Tyson fifth mrs. Willis Macdonald display of yellow peaches first mrs. Thomas Webb second Nettie Webb third mrs. Thomas Webb Best can of plums first mrs. Dwight Jenkins second mrs Thomas Webb third mra. Marcus Ruff Best can of pears first mrs. Thomas Webb second mrs. Clinton Johnson third mrs. Marcus Ruff White Cher Ries first mrs. Beulah Morris second mrs. Clinton Johnson third mrs. Ernest Brown red cherries first mrs. Milford Norris second mrs. Morgan Macdonald sour cherries first mrs. Marcus Ruff second mrs. Morgan Macdonald ounces first mrs. Thomas Webb miss net tic Webb third mrs. William mat of on pineapples first Nettie Webb second mrs. Clinton Johnson third mrs. Ross Brannon Goose berries first mrs. William Matson second mrs. Cliton Johnson third Nettie Webb blackberries first mrs. Ernest Brown second mrs. Clinton Johnson third mrs. Matson. Continued next week to have a Home Bank every and mrs. Hamilton left i Mcd erty owner ought to be Able to Sci lately after the reception on a Short that it is his own interest to help in trip to Rehoboth Beach Delaware sup Pek continued on Page two other Points of interest. A cafeteria supper at old Chance Ford Church wednesday evening August 23, 1933 from to s.10 p. Chicken Corn soup served As part of the menu. Music by Fawn township orchestra. Newspaper

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