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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaGust 24, 1933 r of Metal with icily that Beautiful be exposed to the 3f the elements and d eventually be de is again come to time in his sorrow element re to which Are made built of Concrete of and Over certain nations they have 1 use. Recommend superintendents and the burial vaults fill a laity. High and tie of the highest ing a metropolitan Unity and we wish show a 5 Adins Chase .25c 12ib. 45c in. 29c 3 for 20c bottle 15c can 17c 10 in. 50c ars for 25c in. Can 14c Box 7c is. For 19c ars for 20c in. Can 19c in. F or 21c pkg 21c 2 in. 55c in. Loc 2 in. 19c Delta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 35 Delta York county pa., thursday August storm causes heavy loss Bridges being repaired a loss of bushels of peaches at Boyd s Orchard. Workmen Are at work everywhere repairing roads and Bridges damaged toy the most devastating storm in years which passed Over this Section 01 York county last wednesday. Practically All of the Bridges on Muddy Creek Between Here and red lion were damaged to such an extent that travelling was prohibited for Sev eral Days. The Bridge at Bridgeton has been made passable within the last few Days but it is the Only one so far. It is reported that the con tractors expect to Complete the new Bridge being erected across Muddy Creek near the old forge dam within the nest fifteen Days. This completion will greatly remedy the inconvenience of travelling in this Section of the county. Train service Between Delta and York was resumed tuesday morning after considerable repairs had been made to the tracks. Gram and fruit damage was High. Paul c. Boyd reports a. Loss of Cushel of peaches at his Orchard near Delta. Other Orchards also report an immense loss. Letters from flood victims the f following letters were received from flood victims outside of Delta hear editor 1 first want to say How thankful you All ought to be for your Little Valley Homes free from floods. Prom 4 p. On wednesday August 23, the Little snor Casta size of Muddy Creek kept coming Over nearer our Homes which Are like the Delta Homes. Large lots and Trees. Everybody by 6 p. In bathing suits running from Cne House to another moving things higher and taking up rugs. There Are quite a few bungalows Here. We thought All had been placed higher when about p. Some one screamed for help. Water was then on first step of our porch. Henry Stueler swam quickly to sound As it very dark. There were no Street lights on. A Man had fallen with his 4-months-old baby. Henry got him to his feet although the current r was very Swift going towards the River. We had 18 All night in the House about it started Down. There was 2% feet of water Over All the downstairs. One family lost 250 hens bids open for mail messenger sealed proposals for carrying the United states mails including parcel Post mails on messenger route no. 210492 Between the Post office at Delta penna., and the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad including All exchanges of mails Between the Post offices at Delta and slate Hill each Way As often As required will be received by the postmaster until sep tember 9, 1933. Mail messengers will be paid monthly by the postmaster proven in Section 1778. No More than a fair and reasonable compensation will be allowed for this service. Pylesville Temple workers mrs. Warfield Whiteford and son Warfield jr., spent a few Days last week visiting relatives and friends in Bel air. John h. Baldwin and Frank How Ard of near Here spent monday in eel air. Miss Louise Scarff and master Philip Scarff have been spending some time in Baltimore with relatives and friends. J or. And mrs. Walter Baldwin an4 sons Robert and Clifford and Williamj h. Baldwin spent sunday evening with or. And mrs. Christ rocks my. Mrs. Bettie Hale of md., spent the week end with her Cousin mrs. J. L. Slade. Or. And mrs. Howard Wiley near Here left sunday for the world s fair at Chicago and other Points of interest in the West. Or. And mrs. Warren Fennington and daughter Charlotte spent Lassa Friday postal clerks when in charge of mail j jarrctt3viue_ Carroll Pennngton o meet at Pylesville the Temple workers of Rehoboth Church met at the Home of mrs. Lon Nie Wilson of Pylesville on wednes Day. The regular business meeting was held followed by a social hour was enjoyed by All. Refreshments were served to the following mrs. Ernest Roberts mrs. Robert c. Roberts mrs. H. R. Evans is. H. J. Evans mrs. Gilbert Evans irs. Richard Rees mrs. W. Wil ams mrs. Edward Stewart mrs. Nna Griffith mrs. Kate Edwards is. V. E. Knopp mrs. W. R. Wil ams mrs. W. W. Williams mrs. Rthur Jones mrs. Mary a. Evans irs. David Hughes mrs. W. A. Heaps mrs. Timothy Morgan mrs. Stewart a mrs. Lonnie Wilson misses Marietta Myra and Elizabeth Wil ams Ella Rupert Isabel Roberts Onstance Hanby Catherine Hughes Thel Dorsey masters Calbert Smith award Stewart and Donald Jones. Are entitled to ride with the mail messenger. Blank bids May be secured from the postmaster upon application therefor. Proposals should be enclosed in an envelope sealed and marked proposal for mail messenger with the name of the bidder written on the outside and handed to the postmaster. -1 mrs. J. R. Thompson of near is spending a few Days with her daughter mrs. Frank Clark of Chest i nut Hill my. Or. And mrs. Thomas Swift of near e. W. Garvine of Rock Tabernacle Church ends Seventv-sea7eii years of service pa., and or. And mrs. A. H. Burns of Whiteford enjoyed a pleasant trip to Black Barrow Park Chester county on sunday where they spent Star i mothers the Day at the annual Aubie family return from France two York county Gold Star Moth ers mrs. Samuel h. Wise Delta r. D., and mrs. Anna Bisker of Yoe. Who had been touring France with a pilgrimage of g. S. Mothers and widows returned on thursday August 24, aboard the s. S. President Roose velt through one of the worst storms in the Atlantic coast history. Mrs. Wise is the Mother of John m. Wise buried in Meuse Argonne Amer ican cemetery and mrs. Bisker is the Mother of Corporal Noah r. Bisker who is buried in st. Mili Iel american cemetery. I reunion. Or. And mrs. James c. Winemiller Stewartstown or. And mrs. Frank Howard and or. And mrs. Turner Street of Stewartstown were sunday evening guests of or. And mrs. John h. Baldwin of this place. Miss Evelyn Flaharty spent sunday evening with mrs. Francis heaps of near Here. Other local happenings of interest mrs. J. A. Davies is enjoying a visit with her children in Wilmington Del. Or. And mrs. Walter Stubbs and daughter Alice spent the week end at the Home of the former s parents or. And mrs. J. Howard Stubbs. Alice missionary Speaks at Pine Grove at the annual meeting of the ladies missionary society of Pine Grove which was held in the Church on sunday evening August 27, Rev h c. Ramsay a retired missionary from China spoke on the subject the real need of the world China and our Home one Man kept his cow on the front j remained for a visit. Perch and a dog stayed on top of an Auto All night. Edmonston covers 20 acres of pretty lawns and gardens. Now it looks like rags. So again i say you ought to be thankful you Don t live near a River. Mrs. H. Stueler Edmonston my. The next letter was received from w. J. Wilson who operates a fish at port Deposit my. Dear editor the recent storm which struck the Atlantic sea coast causing a tidal wave to come into the Bay and River struck and Havre do Grace. Thousands of dollars were lost in buildings boats nets and fishing rigs. At port Deposit the water was 5 to 6 feet Over the wharves. The Wilson fish Market was gnashed Down and contents destroyed. Or. Wilson will rebuild at once and to ready for Busi Ness in a few Days. Lapidus was hit too and the destroyed. Store almost or. And mrs. Harry Butler and or. And mrs. H. Uhler attended the Merican legion convention Post 39, Bel air at Hagerstown last week. Mrs. Clara Pugh and son William Olmes penna., spent the week end Vith or. And mrs. Norman Aberts. Pugh remained at the Aberts lome for a More extended visit. Miss hash of Galax va., is the just of her sister mrs. Dean Dickson. Miss Bess Piercy of Burnsville n. 1., spent several Days visiting her Riend miss Jane Thomas. Mrs. Russell Harvey is visiting her Mother in Wilmington. Del. Mrs. Eva Miller entertained mrs. Edward Marcelle and daughter mar Garet and Friend of Chester recently. Miss Edith Orr has returned to her lome after spending the summer with natives in Baltimore and West Minster. Or. And mrs. N. O. Stokes of Baltimore have returned after a pleasant visit with mrs. Wilson heaps of Pylesville. Or. Stokes has been quite j or and yrs George Ewing o w. J. Wilson. Comity tax returns amount to county treasurer Henry e. Rebert reports that More than in 1933 county taxes has been returned by District tax collectors in the boroughs and townships during the past two weeks. These payments represent the collections made from taxable during the 5% rebate period ending August 15. All taxes levied by the county which have not been paid Are payable face value until november 15, after which Date five per cent Wil be added to All accounts. The following Are re turns made by collectors in Delta and Vicinity w. R pc Ricson Fawn township e. O. Moore Chanceford township John a. Barton peach Bottom township e. E Pyle Delta Harry r Brooks Fawn Grove Mcpherson lower Chanceford town ship the world s All right a Success about 150 local actors and act russes gave the folks of this Community a rare treat when they presented the world s All e big radio show with an All Star cast on wednesday and thursday even Ings August 30 and 31, in the fire men s theatre. Jimmy Wadell owner of the Radi station played by Dewitt Jones experienced one downfall after another ii trying to keep his company out o the red. Some of the High lights of the pro Gram were Gertie Green portrayed by Belva Wilson lovin Sam Charles Johnson the Harlem i Melody Ann Grid Don singing lady of the radio Alice Wheeler Eddi Mclaughlin skipper re Warner. West Bangor Forest Hill a rally service in Observance of the 7th year of the founding of Taber Acle evangelical Church and the Fortieth anniversary of the dedication if the present Church building will be eld on sunday september 3, with an All Day meeting. The old Church was Orn Down in 1890 and the Corner tone of the new building was Laid in 1891 with Rev. H. Goodling in in arc of the service. The new Church dedicated in september of 1893 with Rev. I. N. Bair in charge. At the morning worship hour on sunday september 3, c. R. Hamilton read c. Complete Church history including the history of the old Church. From to o clock a fellow ship hour will be observed at which time a Basket lunch will be served by Rev. J. B. Mclaughlin a son of Tabernacle congregation will be the main speaker at the afternoon service at o clock. Special music will be rendered at All of the services. Miss Sadie Wilson of Forest Hill with her sister mrs. Alvis Rowe of Roland Park experienced some of the a conveniences of the recent storm during a motor trip to Salisbury and Vicinity when they were visiting their friends. Or. And mrs. Victor h. Laws. Miss Eleanor Flecken Wildt is spend ing the week with miss Elizabeth Black. Or. And mrs. Samuel l. Walker of Baltimore and mrs. Helen Benson of Washington d. C., were week end guests of or. And mrs. Lamar Walker. Or. And mrs. Asa Vansant and mrs. Elizabeth Dawson spent sunday after noon with or. And mrs. S. Warner. William Meacham and daughter of Seattle Washington visited their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Asa Vansant and on their return trip visited the Century of Progress. Mrs. William Dallam and daughter Ethel of Baltimore have returned to their Home after spending the week with or. And mrs. Raymond Harkins. Master Lealand Harkins returned with Thorn to spend several Days. Or. And mrs. Harry Nichelson and Sou Harry Evan of Washington d a. Were week end guests of 3.ev. And mrs. E. Ely. Or. And mrs. Elwood Vail who have Beeti spending some time with his parents or. And mrs. Charles , have returned Home by Way of Chicago. George Harkins is on the sick list miss Priscilla Clark of Chestnut Hill is spending some time with or and mrs. J. P. Gilbert. Mrs. Avil reason of Bel air is spend ing several Days with her daughter mrs. Arthur Smithson. New Bank plans get underway Elta s need of a Bank unquestionable wheat growers meeting a my eng of the wheat growers of York county will to held at the peach Bottom voting House tuesday. Sep tember 5, at o clock. A. H. Jenkins committeeman. Both harness and Auto races at Harford fail sept. 5, opening Dale of d. H. S. Feeble due to his Advance age of 87 years. Miss Elizabeth Cunningham of Baltimore is visiting her aunt mrs. Clarence Morris. Charles Scarborough has greatly improved the appearance of his House in Delta by a coat of paint. Or. And mrs. Street and family Are now occupying it. Mrs. I. B. Cullum of Havre de Grace spent last week at the Home of her daughter mrs. Harry Butler. Miss Maria j. Thomas and Fenton Piercy of Media Are taking in the world s fair at Chicago this week. Miss Lillian Crowl has returned to her Home after visiting her Cousin miss Minnie Almony. On sunday september 3, All ser vices will be omitted in Slateville continued on Page four Sparks md., were visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. Marion Wil Liams on sunday. Or. And mrs. Elwood Cantler and children or. And mrs. Howell Wil Liams and Luther Williams spent a week end recently with or. And mrs. Charles Moore at Buckeystown my. Little Mary Cantler is spending this Vrcek in red lion the guest of or. And mrs. Earl Warner. Arthur Roberts and son Evan of Lancaster spent a Day last week with David d. Roberts and family of Lud wig. Social service club the regular meeting of the social service club of Slateville and Vicinity will be held Friday evening septem Ber 1, at the Home of miss Switzer. A Oliver Williams of West Grove and Hugh Williams of badge ton spent the week end with or. And mrs. Elwood Cantler and family. Walter Jones who is stationed at a Camp near Catonsville was a recent guest of his parents or. And mrs Thomas c. Jones of Ludwig. Daniel Thomas has returned Home after spending several weeks with relatives in West Grove pa., and Wil Mington Del. David j. Williams is spending Sev eral Days with his son Owen Williams and family of West Grove a. As announced previously in these columns the Delta school will reopen for the 1933-34 term at a. M., september 5. All High school students and All new pupils in the grades were re Quested to enrol before the opening Day. The school building has been open from 9 to 12 a. On wednes Day and thursday and will be open from 9 a. To 4 p. Tomorrow Friday for enrolment. All begin ners and new students in the grades Are requested to bring vaccination certificates and All non resident fresh Are asked to bring their eighth Grade examination certificates when enrolling. Prof. Zimmerman reports the Fol lowing students enrolled on wednes Day and thursday Edwin Mclaughlin Leroy Kohlbus Margaret Lay Charlotte Holland Margaret Wayne Mildred Whitaker Elizabeth Ayres Albert Ayres Edna Maglaughlin Wilson Galbreath. Ruth Wise Grace Wise James Fulton jr., Irma Kohler Sara Moore Sidney Bennington Julian Rightmire Billy Cowley Max scar Borough Dorothy Aberta Hyde Doo Ley Mary Fulton Charles Johnson Pauline Clark Mary Dunlap Alice Skillman Virginia Snow grass Francis Swartz Edward Wiley Mildred Coo per Ruth Henry Helen Doyle Mary Gladys Jones Julia Cowley Marguerite Sellers Helen Roberts Mildred Baker Samuel Mclaughlin Bernice part rec Benny Tobin Ernest Kil furn Belva Wilson Ruth Spidle. Helen Wirt Winterson Stubbs. Faye Beard Thomas Crawford Herbert Finch Roland Parthree. In order that Auto races May b held in connection with the Harmon fair this year for the first time the dates have been shifted to october 10 11, 12, 13, and 14th. Tuesday will b Given Over largely to preparation Anc judging. Wednesday thursday an Friday there will be harness racing and on saturday Auto racing i furnish the big thrill. Harness racing at the Harford Fai has for several years been on a sufficiently High place to attract race fan for Many Miles around. Now it planned to devote saturday to Auto Mobile races of the highest calibre under auspices of the aaa. The Mer fact that the races will be staged b the aaa Means that the Best half mile race track Drivers in the East will be seen Here. Splendid purses have been provided and lots of thrills Are anticipated. Another innovation will he a night fair on thursday and Friday nights. This year no charge will be made for cars entering the grounds and this is expected to boost the crowds. It has been decided to again allow outside cattle to exhibit at the fair As indications were classes would not fill if a Harford county limitation was a reconstruction finance corpor Tion is what a number of interested Iti Zens of Delta and the surrounding Community Are trying to form and evidenced by a meeting held last thursday evening in the basement of late Ridge Church. A new Bank in other words a of the elements of i left stranded by the banking Risis thru which the town is passing the form of a new corporation to Aie for the banking needs of the and Community. There was no discussion As to the cod of a Bank in Delta everyone realizing that a town the size of Delta without a Bank would be As ridiculous As to be without a Church or school but when one realizes what a pre carious task is involved for those who re attempting this so called reconstruction or organization it is then hat much thought diplomacy and Exchange of ideas enter into the situation. It is Only by sincerity of Pur pose and 100% cooperation that the right solution to the Many intricate problems will eventually be found. There is no doubt that those in crested in the organisation of the new Bank have that first sincerity of purpose. Sacrificing a Lor Delta and Community and sympathetic for directors depositors and borrowers of the two closed Banks which came about largely by the effects of depression. The second Clement of 100% come from the people at Large from that vast territory from the Susquehanna and extending North , and South As far As other banking facilities Are available. It Means laying aside per Sonal prejudices being courageous rather than fearful and to be actively interested in Delta. If this cooperation is shown the Bank Stock should soon be bought and the new Bank a reality. Meetings will Bosch irom time to time to keep the Public informed As to the methods and Progress of the organization. Delta boy receives Call to Smyrna word was received Here today thursday by relatives that James Galley a former resident of Delta received a Call through the new Castle presbytery to a presbyterian Church in Smyrna Delaware. Or. Galley is a son of the late or. And mrs. Charles Gailey of this place. He was a member of the graduating class of Delta High school in 1926. In 1030 he graduated from the University of Delaware and in the Spring of this year 3933, graduated from Fin Stoa Seminary. The Many relatives and friends of or Moloy in and around this Community wish him the Best of Success fixed. No Entrance fee will be charged in new Enterprise. For local Stock while outside cattle must a fee of 50c a head. Under a new arrangement no de i apartment Heads or their assistants will exhibit anything in that Partick j Lar department. Whiteford As usual a Chevrolet car will be Given away absolutely free to the James Lugrande spent the week end with his family at Chestnut level. Holder of a Lucky number. In years mrs Morris Hughes is confined to gone by this drawing has been one of the biggest events of the entire fair. Fair officials Are settling Down to her Home by sickness. Miss Lelia Allison of Baltimore spent the week end with her sister hard work and indications Are that j mrs George Jones once again we will have a real air. Supper the Aid society of Bryansville mrs. Glasgow hostess to Mary Hyde the Mary Hyde society held their monthly meeting at the Home of mrs. Warren Glasgow. Mrs. Morton Kerr had charge of the meeting. Those present were mrs. Morton Kerr mrs. Howard Walker mrs. Robert c. Rob erts mrs. Mary Dooley mrs. J. Dooley mrs. Stanley Amos mrs. T. Heaps mrs. Frank Day mrs. John Orr. Mrs. Warren Glasgow mrs. Guy Scarborough mrs. Russell Scarbor Ough mrs. Clell Asbury mrs. Floyd Wyman mrs. Sara Quinteros mrs. Viola Jones mrs. Wilson Gorrell mrs. Hugh Hughes mrs. H. Thompson mrs. Howard Hamilton mrs. Ida miss Clara Jones has returned Home alter spending some urn in Balti orc. Miss Olive Norris is spending her vacation with her parents or. And mrs. H. J. Norris. Master Wilbur Jackon. Of Perry Villa is visiting his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Edward Norris. Or. And mrs. Orville Allison of Baltimore spent the week end with or. And Man. Warren Glasgow. Or. And mrs. Arthur Henry of Wilmington spent sunday with the former s parents or. And mrs. Oliver Henry. Mrs. Arthur Williams and daughter o Baltimore Are visiting her Mother mrs. Frank Harman. Or. And mrs. Harry Morrow and Church will hold their annual snapper Tweedle. Ruth Glasgow. Misses Sadie Kilgore and Jean the next soup supper on the Lawn adjoining the Church on Friday evening septem Ber 1. will be held september 9 with mrs. Wilson Gorrell hostess. Children of York spent the week end with or. And mrs. Harry Thompson. Misses Pheobe and Norma Mckinley Are spending a few Dayd with or. And mrs. Ralph Fulton. Cranmer Evans is visiting his Cousin William Glasgow. In spa Peri spa Peri

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