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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 23, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli Herald the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 33 Delta York county pa., thursday August 23, 1934 Sta bus i k7h Fawn fair ends with big crowd in spite of rain and other difficulties the eighth annual Fawn. Grove fair came to a close on saturday night with an attendance estimated at about the rather Slack at Tendance of saturday afternoon was compensated for by the Gratifying crowd of the evening. For the four Days the attendance was probably around which considering the inclement weather was very Good. Persistent dampness put a crimp in the plans of Captain smiles o Tim Mons for his Aerial stunt which had lie been Able to Light his flares would have ended the program in a Blaze of glory. As it waste flight was robbed of its spectacular Fea Tures. Pay premiums m full Low attendance did not prevent the officials from paying All premiums in full on saturday. This list was said to run to something near Fawn Grove is said to be the Only fair in this Section where the premiums Are paid on the last Day of the fair. Many compliments Are being paid the management on the absence of Rowdy ism and on the excellent Cliar Acter of the amusements conces Sions and shows. This goes to show that when fair officials make a determined Effort to keep the Midway free from objectionable features they can succeed. Start for next tear before the last word had been said and Finis written at the end of this year s chapter plans were started for next year s fair. Arrangements were made by some of the concessionaires for the same space they used this year. This indomitable never say die spirit is. What insures Success to the under a sapping the land apology the unexpected receipt of important advertising matter makes it impossible to publish some last minute news items including the Fine communications from Street and West Bangor. To Are sorry. Young David Bartelt weds in new England two Large families hold reunions the Story of Little Tiger lady workers Dine men hold meeting by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week it s part of my duty to return run-1 the second chapter of the unwell away brides. There Are so Many of ing Bride s Story came to me about a week later through or. Summer the Temple workers of Rehoboth Welsh presbyterian Church met at Story did to know her the Church on wednesday afternoon them. And i Don t know the whole i had chained this girl with heavy Iron of last week with the president mrs. Takings of this Borough and sur j a Young Christian policeman whose j Chams to inti radiate her or i never Edward Stewart in charge rounding territory. Fawn Grove s Post of duty is a Railroad station would have done what i that after the devotions a business own band under the skilled Leader about ten Miles from the town of is against the session was held. This was followed ship of a. H. Morris made no Small the watch or. Did you asked by a covered dish dinner which was contribution to the Success of Satur a a graduate of a Christian Academy 1 Wang and i in a breath. Enjoyed by everyone present. Day s program. In Hunan province Central _ i Novra Pil i i notified the police Viper i those attending were Virs. And Speaks 1 our self taught magician displays Talent Here it lied soon he. Those attending were mrs. Husband was Here to take her Home i Bert Evans mrs. H. J. Evans. Mrs. David Alva Barnett formerly o York and Delta and miss Margaret Stewart link daughter of mrs. Mar Garet Mason link both of Spring Glen Hamden conn., were married at 12 o clock noon saturday August is in. The link Home. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Donald j. Campbell of St. Paul s episcopal Church in a setting of Palms and summer Flowers. Given in marriage by her brother David c. Link the Bride wore a White silk crepe gown made with corded sleeves a lace tur ban with a shoulder length veil and carried White roses and Bou Vardia. Mrs. David link the Only attendant wore Pale Rose silk crepe trimmer with French embroidery a Pale Rose coloured turban and carried roses and Delphinium. William Barnett was his brother s Best Man. The Bride s Mother wore a Gray and White Chiffon frock and a Corsage of Gladioli buds and Delphinium. Or. And mrs. Bar Nett left later for a motor trip and the Bride wore a Brown and White Chiffon dress with Matching accessories and a coi Sage of yellow Gladi Oli buds. Members of the bridal party and a few intimate friends entertained at an informal dinner parly Given Friday by the Bride s Mother. The bridegroom is the son of David Alva bail Fojtl and the late Jestella Hoover Barnett former residents of Delta and is the grandson of mrs. S. J. Barnett Delta. Tin Itu annual Abel reunion was held sunday August at Spring Valley Park Fawn or Etc. The Fol lowing was Giren prayer Harris Abel song. A Erica Solo mrs. A Fugli Poffjr. R citation mar tha Beard duet. Or. My mrs. Rae Ewell recitation. Dorothy smythe address c. Abel duct Martha and Josephine Beard i Vic oct Tetra composed of Rae Ewell Samuel Sny der William Mclaughln and Maur ice Thompson recitation mrs. Joseph Beard recitation Esther her Shower selection orchestra stunts Lancis Abel tribute to the ones hav ing passed away during the last year recitation Mildred Monroe locals legerdemain has a Universal a peal. There is something in the most of us which delights in mystery Rev Els in feats of magic and responds to the elusive wizard of hands that play tricks on the Eye. It was the recognition of this in Nate characteristic of human nature which led Charles a. Lepley of Lewistown pa., to devote years to strenuous self training in the Effort to acquire the skill that would enable him to give the Public clean and whole some entertainment in the Field of magic. Possessed of numerous talents school when making up our own verses to a favorite hymn he submit Ted a verse which translated freely runs to a policeman s Cap in a policeman s clothes i serve life and land praising Jesus i am much said Young or. Summer. I cannot eat or sleep for thinking of a poor girl who walked Here from Tower a few Days ago. She was running away from her husband. She wanted to buy a ticket for Jolly Wang and i exchanged exported them both and he Ann Evans mrs. Griffith grif ised to treat her kindly. But do you j nth mrs. John Hammond miss know what he did As soon As he got j Boniwell Hammond mrs. Arthur heaps mrs. Annie Jones mrs. Ver non Knopp mrs. R. Krs. R. L. Roberts mrs. Edward Stew Art mrs. R. W. Williams mrs. H. W. Williams mrs. J. Williams miss Myra Williams miss Lizzie Willams and mrs. Mary Etta Wlliams visit ors in is. W. B. Williams and mrs. James Harvey of Philadelphia mrs. Her Home he put double chains on her and she has been chained in the House Ever since. I feel it is partly my fault. I go to watch Tower every noon for lunch and the whole town is buzzing about it but i am helpless now. Why did t i do some thing when i had the Chance if i had Only known but there was no one hand in Glove with the opium fiend even if i should Send All the data in to the police Headquarters it j Way of now with every Ellen Bearse of Drexel Hills mrs. Alonzo Wilson of Pylesville and miss Elsie Evans of Delta. Which serve As valuable adjuncts to j glances pricking up our ears the magician s Art Young Lepley de but i noticed her shoes were Cideila on graduating from High school worn out from walking Down the five years ago. That he would and i asked her Why she had not bought her ticket at watch Tower instead of walking these first ten Miles. Then she told me she Esting Hobby a real life work. Prac Tice then began in with would go no men form brotherhood 1 a group of men met at slate Ridge poor i thought. Her Church on thursday evening and is bewilder made plans for the organization of a of i woman s Aid j brotherhood. Those attending were said Jolly Wang. When John Macomber Willard Smith Don-1 William. R. Smith of pen Argyl is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. W. Fleming Evans North front Street. William Roberts main Street has been suffering from an attack of shingles. Miss Helen Doenges of Cambridge md., has been some Lime with her Friend and College mate Misa Ida Duphorne main Street. Mrs. L. Kessee and children Jennings Hazel Margaret and Thelma of Pylesville have returned from a visit with the former s father the Rcv. W. W. Yost Tazewell a. Roy Rowan mrss Alice Jones and mrs. Martha recently spent a few Days in Altoona and Tyson pa., visiting with mrs. Rowan s daughter. Or. And mrs. Edwin c. Brooks of Jujj timbre spent sunday with then Solo mrs. Rae Ewell recitation Ann Bradley address Harris Abel Selec tion orchestra remarks a. L. Abel. The minutes were read by the Secretary and the following officers were elected for next year presi Dent a. L. Abel vice president Henry Poff Secretary and treasurer Landis Abel program committee mrs. Henry Poff Elizabeth Hershower or. And mrs. Joseph Beard. Miss Ann Dickel gave a Solo and All joined in singing Blest be the tie that Henry Parlette made the closing prayer. Pegau clan meets saturday August 18, witnessed the gathering of the Pegan clan for its sixth annual reunion at William son s Park Lancaster county. E. M Kilgore of Delta read the scripture lesson from the old Pegan Bible. The Rev. J. M. Pheasant offered prayer. A play entitled the comical coun try was presented immediately after the lunch hour by a num of the York county contingent. Officers for the following year elected As follows president r. D. Pegan vice presidents James a. Fulton Delta Earl Aldus York Harry Pegan Wilmington Dale Kil Gore Woodbine and mrs. S. S. Mani fold High Secretary mrs. Hat tie Kilgore Lancaster treasurer miss Myra Urban Elkton historians e. A. Walton Lancaster and Claire Grove York registrar h. F Pegan Lancaster press committee mrs. Anna Miller Witmer mrs. S. J. Adams Cardiff and Clair Grove York. We regret that unexpected de mands for space in this Issue precludes the possibility of printing the names of those who attendee these two Happy family reunions As we had intended. Or. And mrs. Harris Perkins and children Audrey and Robert and mrs. Perkins father Emory Jones returned the last of the week from a visit with relatives in Vermont. Mrs. Edward Barnes and son of Shiloh pa., and mrs. Jos. Wiley of Delta were guests of mrs. Laura Myers on tuesday. Result that he has de eloped such was running away because her Hus skill that he has been m great de band smoked opium and maltreated Rand by churches schools lodges her. She had pretended she was go and other organizations. It is out to the theatre and had walk edly to his credit that he has for the de up the Railroad most part devoted his Talent to Char the Young policeman sighed. But Ity causes. Those who have watched his career predict for him a Brilliant Success in the professional Field. As will be noted by reference to an advertisement appearing else where in these columns or. Lepley will appear at several places in near by communities within a Short time and those who Are fond of this sort of entertainment Wall have the Opportunity to indulge their propensities to limit. They investigate such cases folks us Aid. Hughes Lane Whitaker Charles and daughter or. Did or. Roswell Steward and family rally take notice. Write Down the Watson s. J. Adams Robert Gal a re card pc pcs and family. Of York and or. And mrs. Bryan data and Send it m immediately breath George Evans j. T. Gailey then you can Lead the investigators o. H. Heaps. Hugh m. Hughes. Gro straight to the House where the girl is or. i Don t know their Soochow and i said to sadly. L continued next week ver Snodgrass n. A. Heaps and Graham Thompson. I Narf of Mig charge Burkon. In cantly spent a few Days with their sister Jones mrs. Isaac Steward of Laurel md., were entertained by mrs. Cassic Steward on sunday. Or. Students May Reg Estko Delta High school will be open for and mrs. Albert Warner of or. And mrs. Richard Jones n. Are spending a few children Elnora Dicky and Leslie j with mrs. Mother in gently motored to York and stat a Goth Harford charge plans Grove meeting the registration of High Schoul Stu the evening with or. And mrs. Ells mrs. Harry Evans. Miss Mabel Arnold was a recent dents from 9 a. M. To 12 m. During Adolth Jones and family Baltimore visitor. Roy Rowan miss Alice Jones Joseph Kilgore and miss Dorothy mrs. Isaac Jones and mrs. Martha i Gorc have returned Homo after what s going on i the week beginning August 27. Par the ladies of slate Ridge Church cats any questions to ask or North Harford m. E. Circuit is will hold a Chicken Corn soup supper who desire information Are invited1 Rowan motored to Philadelphia on planning a big week end. On Satur on the Church Lawn for Lav Day the first quarterly conference ausust 24 at for the conference year will be held Stormy the next evening. If Eastern Star group takes annual Outing the men s Bible class of Delta m. P. Church will hold a festival on the Friday and saturday at Emory Church. The Rev. Or. Francis r. Bayley District superintendent will speak at the morning j evenings of this week service beginning at 11 o clock. At snapper soup supper at bryans 12-30 p. M. They will take an hour i Ville evangelical Church Friday for luncheon. At half past one the ausust 24 to Call during the hours named West sends cattle to Harford farms sunday. Gilford Evans owing to the Scarcity of food and Iva Ter in the West Largo numbers of cattle have been sent to various Sec i tons in the East where they Are by about Twenty two persons participated in the annual Outing and Pic Nic of the past matrons and past business session will be held. The or. O. A a. A. M. Degree teaming grazed until fall. On last Friday on sunday All of the churches will unite in a Union service in the scar will hold a Chicken Corn soup supper at Shanbarger s Park Fawn Grove two carloads of such cattle from the government Relief stockyards at thursday september 6. There will it Paul Minn _ were sent to h m a fast matrons and be a base Ball game before the sup association of Northern Borough Grove beginning at 11 o clock per round j Carroll Harford county agent who patrons Maryland order Star at Forest greens River tuesday afternoon Ning of last week. A delicious dinner was served at the club House. After dinner the party was entertained by speeches of the Eastern in the Forenoon when or. Bayley will i beginning at 8 o clock. Music by placed them on the farm of mrs. On the preacher. At the evening and eve service the pastor the Rev. Robert b. Wierer will to the speaker. All vocal and cards. Instrumental music and annual snapper soup supper Bryansville evangelical Church Friday night August 24. With my Home made candies sic. Ice Cream and cakes. Good band. There will be a crab and fish sup per at the Mason Dixon Library Ella Mick at Darlington. On Mon Day another arrived and was taken to the Morgan Whit Ford farm. In addition to these three carloads the regular services at the churches j v All will be cancelled that Day. It is prob he 800 steers have been received and Able that a splendid orchestra will Church grounds saturday evening j distributed through Harford county is spending some be on hand to furnish special music. Peaches september 1. Chicken Corn Soui supper Early about All picked. Fine White main crop this about aug. 25th. In full swing aug. 27th. A few yellow later. No sales sunday. Susquehanna Orchards Tele 8-23-lt phone Delta 33-r-31. 8-23-41 the ladies of slate Ridge Church will hold a Chicken Corn soup sup per on the Church Lawn Friday eve Ning August 24, at o clock. If very Stormy the next evening. To be grazed for three months when they will be sent to the Market to be killed. A Tab and fish supper 8-63-lt 35c. There will fee a crab and fish sup per at the Mason Dixon Library Cardiff Friday August 31. And 8-23-2t time with his grandmother mrs. Hannah Jane Bullett of Cardiff. The misses Regma and Anna Kelly have been entertaining the misses Antoinette Jonson and Isabella Cain of Baltimore and miss Margaret Shellenberger of York for the past week. Miss Ann air master Francis Kelly have just returned from a two Day stay with their Uncle and aunt or. Mrs. Francis j. Cain of Baltimore. Master Charles Reed Kelly is spending a week with his aunt mrs. Paul Shollenberger. Omer e. Williams Southern Pines n. C., is spending tie week with his brother j. E. Williams main Street. Lonnie Oxidine a Indian is accompanying him on the trip. Or. And mrs. O. Jones spent a part of last week with the latter s brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. R. L. Stover Shrewsbury. Mrs. William Bryant Southern Pines n. C., is visiting her fatties. J. E. Williams and family. Visiting their Uncle and aunt or. And mis. Shebler Kiiji orc Lawrence Kansas also the Century of Prog Ress at Chicago. Miss Ruth Thomas is spending some time with her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Clarence Thomas Baltimore. Misses Mary and Josephine Beard have returned Home after visiting mrs. W. H. Thompson Chesapeake City. My. Mrs. Thompson returned with them and is visiting friends in Delta and Bernard Auerback Baltimore is visiting the Reamer family at White Ford. Mrs. Annie Hughes and daughter. Miss Nellie and or. And mrs. Wil Liam Hughes All of Wilmington del., and mrs. Hughes Mother mrs. Craw Ford of Torre haute Indiana were guests of mrs. Mary a. J. Davics on sunday. William Morris a Salesman be tween Chicago an j Pittsburgh was a recent guest of his sister miss Margaret Morris East main Street. Mrs. Fleming Evans who has been in poor health for several months. Continued on Paffe it

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