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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 24, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. S4 Delta. York county pa., thursday August 24, 1983 big Fawn fair girls club Well attended Delta girl to Lucky Winner of big prize fair waa musical holds reunion i Taylors number a reunion of a. B. Club of Delta was held at peach Bottom on the seventh annual fair of the tuesday August 15. A very enjoyable Fawn Grove improvement association came to an end last saturday in a Blaze of glory. More than Perrons attended on the last afternoon and evening. It Tum Dorothy Kilgore daughter of s Reed Kilgore of near Delta held the Lucky ticket on the living room suite that had been on exhibition in week the York City band its quartet and Mise Dorothy xylophone and Marimba soloist furnished the music during both afternoon and evening. Orchestra contest the High school orchestra contest and the Horseshoe pitching match on Friday kept the crowd in suspense afternoon spent by All in convers ing of old times. Those present were Somers Webb mrs Claire Eberle Bailey Henria Lloyd Nightingale mrs. Hilda Proctor Whitaker mrs. Hazel Hewlett Culp Doro thy Proctor Baer Hub Edith Home Fri him Rae Eberle and miss Marjorie Sellers. Other local happenings of interest or. And mrs. Paul Wilhelm have re turned after spending a few Days at Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Norman Somers and children Elizabeth and Bobbie of Carney s Point n. J., visited the for Mer s Mother mrs. A. A. Somers and until the judges rendered their de miss Edith Sorters of recently. Vision. Prizes for High school orches or and mrs George v. Garber tras went to the following groups air mrs Howard have first West York High school miss returned from a motor trip to Canada. Charlotte Haines director Sec and 4jfcert Ruff of car Ond Fawn township vocational spent sunday afternoon at the school mrs. L. Hayden of 150 at reunion missionary society meets in Church the officers elected for the comi year at the annual Taylor w. Women " held on August 12 in Barnett s hear Delta were president j. A. Tay Tor treasurer s. F. Ruff Mary Pomraning committee of mull menu Mary Ruff Pauline Ruff Ruth Snyder Grayce Taylor and Marian Pomraning. Those in attendance were or. And mrs. Harry Walker a err Deen my. Mrs. Walter Riddle and children Merle and Catherine Cecil Walker Havre or. And mrs. John l. Scott a Raj Lavinna Kilgore or. And mrs. Willis b. Pomraning or. And mrs. James Taylor and daughter Grayce or. And mrs. Thomas Watson and children Taylor Jean and James or. And mrs. Addison Miller and son Arthur or. And mrs. Walter Snyder and children Ruth Samuel Lewis and Doris mrs. Leonard Pomraning Pomraning and children Ina Willis Jessie Lena Walter and i Ralph or. And mrs. Harry ironing and children Maude Bailey Mary Ann or. And mrs. And children third Jarrettsville High school of Constitution. Mrs. William b. Orr Sylvester Pomraning w. H. Pyle director 525. Horseshoe pitching match Joan Stiffler and daughter mrs. I Howard Shaw and misses Dorothy the Horseshoe pitching match prov and Delane Hoffmaster Dallastown Gerald and Ray or. And mrs. George Sinclair and son Donald. Or. And mrs. Ross Taylor and children hyacinth Virginia and James or. And mrs. Lemmitt Taylor and daughter Sara de a very exciting one due to the fact spent saturday with mrs. Annie Bell i _ that the Winner and his runner up mrs. Harry m. Brooks and mrs. C. C. appeared in a closely contested Duel stiffer. And children society the Delta methodist protestant Church met in the Church thursday afternoon. The devotional exercises were in charge of the presi Dent mrs. A. C. Crawford. The Secre tary mrs. Alta read the minutes of the last meeting. The sep tember meeting will be held in the Church. My. Ruley read a very interesting chapter from the missionary those present were Rev. And mrs. B. F. Ruley mrs. Peter Smith mrs. S. James Wilson mrs. Albert Ruff mrs. James c. Crawford mrs. Alta Hughes misses Mary Brown and Cassandra Jones. Fulton Folk meet at Grove streams overflow highways worst storm in Many years torrential downpour stops rail and Road traffic be Here and damaged. Cardiff miss entertains in Honor of schoolmate m106 Louise Robinson daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Robinson car diff md., recently entertained a num Ber of her friends n Honor of her schoolmate miss Emily Deshield who is visiting her. The following were present misses Margaret and Doro thy Stokes Belva Hughes Sara Adams Marguerite Kerr Margaret Stew Art Ethel Jane heaps Nancy Ann Amos Emily Deshield Audrey Nightingale and Louise Robinson messes. Willam Davis Joseph Robinson mar Vin Hughes Whitmer Hopkins Parke Scarborough Thomas Hughes Alvin Snodgrass Thomas Wilson Ralph Scarborough and Charles the third annual reunion of the Fulton clan met thursday August 17, in Spring Valley Grove a. Members of the clan and guests to the number of one Hundred thirteen were present. After the hour the following program was presented singing Pray Fawn i new Bank plans getting support Marguerite Patricia and Mary Jane Fer Rev. A. Lewis Hyde family sket mond Meckley. Of the Codorus town i returned after spending1 a week at ship High school was Given first Hon i Caledonia Park. Cars and Cletus Mcelwain of Fawn Charles Steward York recently township High school carried second visited mrs. Ellen s. Burke and other last year Mcelwain came out first relatives in this Section. Gladys Barnett Hazel and Gwynne tics Hugh a. Evans singing Faith Wise Willis Eunice ant Billy Smith All of Delta. And Meckley second. Of our address Rev. A. I Lewis Hyde Cardiff Solo Alice c. Mac miss Ruthanna Wise visited her i nine boys entered the contest this i aunt mrs. Henry Cunningham at year. They were Russell Brown i Brogue. Or. And mrs. Gil Pitt Taylor and Wheeler Delta remarks children Kenneth Merle and Helen Fulton York singing god be with and William Taylor of Chester mrs. You till we meet Benedic Mary e. Meely or. And mrs. Reed. Tion., Rev. A. Lewis Hyde. Monroe and children Mildred Erma j a business meeting followed the Walter Heaton Cletus Mcelwain miss Etta Larue of Aberdeen is _ David Street John Campbell William visiting at the Home of her brother Holen and b1uy v in Theophel and John Sichiner of Fawn in Law and sister or. And mrs. James Vester to serve for the ensuing township school Raymond Meckley e Schenck of Cardiff. Lime Edith Hazel Janet and Rtchard. Year president Emma Fulton har of Codorus township school and prof. W. M. Samsell and daughter mrs Alice Stewart and Cal Loren Nesburg 1st vice president j. Muford Charles Cathcart of Highland High Helen have returned after spend jag a school. The Content was in charge week with relatives in Virginia of prof. Charles d. Carey county j mrs. Ida g. Ayres spent a Day re vocational supervisor and gently in Baltimore. Prof. L. Hayden head of the Voca miss Rae Eberle upper Darby pa., tonal department of the Fawn town and mrs. Arthur Bailey and children. The eld and Bobby Samuel Ruff and Cardiff 2nd vice president daughter Ellen All of Airville James Piton Stewartstown Secre _ Mcclurg miss Eleanor Mcclurg mrs. Robert p. Maffet Harrisburg s Rees All of Philadelphia mrs. Charles Atkins and children. Jown program committee chairman Harry Richey new Cumberland a. Miriam John and Catherine of ship school. Judges select prize continued from last week preserves and Tellies Best display of preserves first mrs. Thomas Webb second mrs. Clinton John son third mrs. Ross Brannon. Fourth. Mrs. Willis Mccdonald. Best display of first mrs. Norris second. Patty and Betty Lou Coatesville a. I have been visiting friends and rela Tives in Delta mrs. Julia Waterton West Grove. Pa., and son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Davies and son missionaries in Siam recently called on relatives and friends in this Section. Mrs. Was a former resident Tine or. And mrs. Leslie historian mrs. Mary f. Mann York and children Harold. Dear and liar to i amusement committee chairman j. Of Darlington lid. cite Quarry Ebaugh. Stew Alstown Mem and publicity chairman. Of a l mrs Oliver Monroe Madelyn and Wheeler mrs. Grecs dins Billy Flaharty of York Clarence i Morei mrs. A. Fulton c. Mac Ful Uon York or Madalyn c. Richey Shell. Red lion. Fawn f. F. A. Boys or. And mrs. Henry Edith cd Man visited the latter s parents or. And gain honors Johnson fourth. Miss Serena Johnson. Best display jellies by child under la first Ruth Johnson second Jean Webb. Pic Klucs and eatables pickles and canned vegetables mrs. Mrs. Thomas Doyle. James 3 Schenck. Of Cardiff and Hugh t. Hughes spent Friday and Webb superintendent Best display of six saturday with the former s Brothers kinds of spiced fruit first. Mrs. Clinton re n attn Johnson second mrs. Harry Tyson third a Danville and a. Continued on Page three milk agreement mrs. Willis Mcdonald fourth. Miss Nettie Webb Best display of four different kinds of sour pickles first. Mrs. Clinton John son second mrs. Ernest third. Mrs. Harry Tyson fourth mrs. Ross Brannon Best can mixed Pickle first. Mary Jenkins second mrs. Clinton John son Best can Cucumber pickles j Clinton Johnson second mrs. Howard Torbert Best can Small Cucumber pickles for fast. Mrs. Canton Johnson second. Mrs. Howard Torbert Best can beet pickles first. Mrs. Clinton Johnson second. Mrs. I cultural adjustment administration Howard Althouse Best can pickled Pep in pers first. Mrs. Dwight Jenkins second announced in . Mrs. Clinton Johnson. The milk marketing agreement for he Baltimore shed is expected be completed by Friday the Agri Fulton mrs. Lawrence Rost Lancas ter Benjamin Fulton High Rock. Those in attendance were miss Annie r Fulton s. Wiley mrs. S. Wiley Elmer Wiley Clayton Wiley. Milton Brown Robert Mcelwain a. Fulton j h. Ebaugh Alice and Harold Norris of Fawn Grove Ujj. Mccurdy mrs Rozella Barshinger competing As a team in the future Ruth Senft Doris Jane Senft Farmers livestock judging contest c. F. Tro Turne. Margaret held at state College on tuesday Tro Turne David Fulton mrs. David wednesday and thursday placed Sec Fulton John m. Ayres mrs. John m Ond among 50 teams comprising j Ayres Rooert Albert Elizabeth and about 150 boys. Each youth received Ayres Roy n. Wiley James a certificate. Milton Brown was Dismore Samuel j. M. Awarded an additional certificate for Wheeler mrs. M. Wheeler Helen receiving third highest honors in the Jean Wheeler. S. Fulton Johnson scores of individuals in the same con Gamuel Wise John Fulton Ralph c. Test. This award entitles Brown to a Vav ise j. Elmer Evans Charles h. The agreement it is reported is in free trip to the National Dairy show Fulton Robert p. Maffet mrs. Robert i and mrs. Raymond Harkins and mrs Harry Tyson second mrs Clinton i Home Respecta. A Compromise iat in november to Partick p Maffet James a. Fulton mrs family. Johnson third. Mrs. Dwight. Jenkins i the proposed agreements submitted at Pate in the National contest. James a. Fulton James a. Miss Winifred Harkins of Bel air fourth. Mrs. Thomas Webb Best can _ e in a new and the most difficult or _ Beulah Jarvis Faye l. Fulton is visiting her grandmother mrs. Pm contest the farm mechanics contest g. Fulton Margaret Straw-1 a a. Harkins. Clifton Matson of Fawn Grove re Bridge mrs. Harry Ebaugh j. Misses Anna and Lenora Kugel have spinach first mrs. Morgan Mcdonald the hearing several weeks ago by the second mrs. Harry Tyson Best can car rots first mrs. Harry Tyson second mrs. State dairymen s Assoc this Community experienced the worst storm in years on wednesday evening. The heavy storm followed nearly three Days of continuous rain with the result that roads All around Delta were impassable for a time. Bridges were washed out through out the Southern end of York county. Trees fell across the Road at numer Ous places. The wind reached Gale proportions and the water poured Down at such a rate that the streams and ditches could not carry it off. Heavy damage is reported to have been done at the Power Plant at old forge dam. The Power House was flooded. The old Road still in use. Was under water and impassable. The Delta fire company pump had to go around by Stewartstown to get Home after pumping water from the Power House. It is reported that some damage also done to the new Bridge now under construction. Muddy Creek overflowed its Banks at various Points. In fact it was Over the Banks and covering the tracks of the m. And p. Railroad at Brogueville even before the wednesday night storm. At the Macon Bridge Between Whiteford and Dublin the Road was under Vater for several hours. The same thing happened at nearly every Low Point in this Section. Crops were damaged Many com Fields were levelled and ripening peaches were blown off the Trees. Farmers thursday were counting up the toll of the damage done to Orchards and most agreed that it would be heavy. All mail was coming into Delta Way of Baltimore because of com plete stoppage of service Between Delta and York on the m. And p. Ser vice continued without interruption Between Delta and Balim Ioro. At York the River covered the High ways and streets so thai no oru get through York going Oast or North and South. Across Pic Suo i Rehanna in Lancaster county it demons wore also bad. The Lin Coln Highway was open several Bridges were wished out and others v Ere under water Belovs quarryxill1 sonic of the nearby Highway Bridges washed out were those at Woodbine Castle Fin Myers Bridge near Bryansville and the paper Miil Bridge below the old forge dam. The Road was washed out on both sides of the old forge Bridge although the Bridge itself stood up under the Strain. The storm in Baltimore was re ported the worst in history. Families master Robert and Wallace Harkins j were marooned in their houses in the motored to West Virginia on sunday lower sections of the City to spend some time with their cousins. I one death was reported in York or. And mrs. Frank Dallam have and one in Harrisburg due to the storm. At York a boy was drown a j when the porch of his Home Wlsh swept away by the raging water. At Harrisburg a Man picked up an elec tric wire which had been blown Down and was electrocuted. More than shares of Stock in the new Bank have been sold. This is a splendid beginning for a worthy Enterprise. Due to the storm not All reports of canvassers had been received thurs Day but it was believed that Well Over one Quarter of the funds necessary for the Bank have been pledged. A meeting was to be held thursday evening to stir up further sentiment and enthusiasm for the plans for the new Bank. At that time it is expected or embers of the committee will report further on their dealings with Wash up ton relative to the details of the plans for the taking Over of the assets of the Bank now in receivership. At the meeting a week ago in the slate Ridge Church great enthusiasm was shown by residents of Delta Cardiff Whiteford and the surround in of country. The original committee was enlarged at that meeting Robert Steeley m. To a. Include Hyson Channel Anderson Guy Scarborough i i hit Liggit second Beulah Morris cinnamon i last week with her grandmother mrs Roland m. Fulton mrs. Roland m. Vacation in Baltimore with his aunt mrs. Carrie Berwanger. Miss Ruth Miller who has been with her sister mrs. James Fristoe for the summer vacation left one Day lost week with friends to attend the world s fair at Chicago. Among those from who Are on their Way to Chicago to attend the world s fair Are Walter and mar shall Harkins Paul Wilson and Cousin mrs. Crew and son of Florida miss Evelyn Thomas. Frank Webster and Ernest Grevemeyer. Notice to those patients rendered dental services to while in Delta even though i have moved my office i will gladly replace without Cost any work that does not prove satisfactory or make it up to them. Either Way they prefer. I wish to thank those who came to Ray office for services and also those who assisted me in starting my profession and offer to you and to All an Rolls Enki Elizabeth Davies. Misses Margaret Fulton Allen m. Fulton Theda Zorah j invitation to visit my new office in Enid Lewis also visited Fulton c. Mac Fulton mrs. C. Mac i Newark Delaware. Morris i mrs. Davies last week. Don t miss the world s All right the very Best local Talent has been secured for the various numbers in the big radio show the world s All right which is to be staged wednesday and thursday August 30-31, at the firemen s theatre Delta. Everyone is practising faithfully to help the firemen put on a big show and the Public is urged to get their tickets Early and support the local fire company in their Endeavor to off the balance on the Speed Way or fire truck. Tickets can be secured at Ollie s restaurant Mitzel s store irom members of the fire company or from members of the cast. There is to be a Parade tuesday at 6 p. M. R. L. Roberts is in charge of arrange ments. The cast for this great show num Bers about 125. General admission 25c. Reserved seats 35c. Get your seats reserved at Ollie s or Mitzel a starting monday August 28, at 9 a. M. R Tim. Fulton or. R. L. Wheeler. C. M. Cox d. D. S. Peaches plenty of them now. If you want White ones Don t delay. Susquehanna Orchards Telephone Delta 33r21. Newspaper if j. Newspaper

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