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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times thursday August 31, 1933 classified ads classified and rates Cash with order one insertion two it word j additional insertions. One cent word one room hens in modern egg factory a Ford of thanks 60 cents . 1 cent and a half a word i la memo Liun. I cent and a half a word minimum charge for each and. 25c. Bobd Delu 157 classified ads will be accepted up to 10 a. M. Thursdays for publication same the Herald times will not be re for Priora in More than the first Meerton of any advertisements. J orders to discontinue advertisements be in wilting or made at tile office Herald times will not be Reapon Foi Telephone cancellations. I Sale or Kent for of my Home on main be Tibet heat lights hot and cold water and Bath mis j. T Tulbreath 8-31-2t for with All modern conveniences electric lights water and steam heat. Furnished or unfurnished apply to mrs. W. A. Edgar. For House with or with out 11 acres or apartment in House. Apply Herald times office. 8-24-21 for room Semi Bungalow All modern conveniences Lane r. Whitaker. For Sale bed room and living room suites. Up sterilized mattresses. 00 up refrigerators. Up electric washers. Day Beds. And hundreds of other bargains Trade in furniture Exchange. 55 w. Clark ave York a rear National hotel. Money to mortgage Only. A few Small Charles h. Mao Nabb. Cardiff. 2-23-tf other local happenings of interest continued from Page 1 mrs. James w. Sic Nabb Ridge View. During his vacation he spent a very enjoyable week at Wishia Spox t to hero it had previously attended College for presbyterian Church. The pastor sex two years. Pets to be m the pulpit on sunday Raymont Kirk and family or. September 10. Fwing and family and Ethel Reyno is mrs. Edward Capell and children of Oxford attended service of slate Thomas and Elsie of Philadelphia Are Vilie on Sanday then Nad lunch visiting at the Home of or and mrs the Mccormick family and Clay f. John t. Butler. I Whiteford and family at the of the following spent the week end a Howard Stubbs Donald Stubbs and with mrs. Annie Jones and brother Ellis g. Williams mrs Elizabeth j. Jones and daughters misses Alma wife of Washington were callers in the afternoon at the Stubbs Home. Rev. Me Cormack left Delta on Vert and Nesta and son Leonard Jones mesday for a visit with his Ohio friends and John e Williams All of Wil-1 the ladies auxiliary of Delta oar rom ton Del. Diu ire co hold a card party at mrs Carroll w. Crow has returned fire co. Hall monday september 4 after visiting1 relatives in Philadelphia afternoon 10 cents and no prizes re she also took in Atlantic City while freshment on Sale evening 25 conf i her visit. I refreshments free and prizes Cadet Ralph w. Gontrum has re or. And mrs George Myers a re turned to Lexington a where he son or of Chester spa 11 vt.11 resume his studies at the Vir week end with or and mis. Joi. Iima military Institute after having a it tar. Mrs Myers and son i i spent his vacation at his Home with for a. Week wanted you have for Market an Early crop sell now. Let us hear How Many tons you have also at the same time let us know what amount you expect of a later crop. We try to Load where grown at different times during shipping season c k. Fickes. Gram and feed co Mechanicsburg Penna 8-31-2t administrator s notice the fact they never get out door these layers in. A cages Lead healthy Normal lives and make of excellent records in arc Delos High duality eggs. This form of intensive poultry keying Pwu suby an Everta creasing number of modern egg producers has several important advantages. It gives the poultry Man bet Ter control Over disease eliminates mortality from cannibalism and enables him to standardize the q of his Esse. The secret of Success with this method of housing layers is 14 Sar the Birds with a Good of the Vitamin d of trip Cut tic might ordinarily be v. Shut of from Forth Al Oil Rich in Vitus in d. Is Josly used for Thea per Pocao. Particularly non members of Church. Mrs Mary Jones of Philadelphia will sing and the Welsh choir has been requested to sing a couple of Welsh selections hot dogs As bait letters of administration in York county. State of Pennsylvania on the estate of Saia j. Enheld having been granted to the undersigned All persons indebted thereto Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims or de mands against the same will present them without delay for settlement to the under signed s-17-6t having a desire to continue fishing but finding their bait exhausted vacationers on a week end cruise decided Aara death was caused by a complication of diseases she is survived by three sons or Charles Stephens Way Cross a. Nelson Stephens Toledo and Arthur Stephens Reading three daughters mrs same Cochran Delta r d mrs Harriet Ryno and mrs Laura Wiley four Sisters mrs. Lizzie Gem Roll Harrisburg mrs Grace Mcbade Columbus and mrs Ler and mrs Ollie stage Whiteford and one brother j. B. Mcvey rising Sun my Francis j. Enfield. Administrator. Public Sale Public Sale of personal property of Amos d. Harrison late of Harford county Maryland deceased at his residence near Whiteford. My. On wednesday sep tember 6, 1933, at o clock it m. R. O. Mclaughlin. Auctioneer Elwood m. Harrison executor. Churches North warlord m. E. Circuit to try hot dogs on their Hooks it was Learned at Ocean City n j sunday at 2 p. M at the Home the son in Law and daughter or frankfurters netted fifty nine two interment 1-ours, without the use of Mustard with the markets Rev. Robert b. Wierer pastor schedule for sunday september 3 sunday school sunday school Rev h g Spencer pastor of car Oline St. M e. Church Baltimore will be the speaker at the Scarbor Ough Grove meeting tember 2, at 8 o clock sunday. Sep evangelical charges Rev c c. Kreidler pastor Tabernacle sunday school worship special service at 2 p m. In Observance of the 40th anniversary of the present Church building. Bryansville sunday school 10.00. Woodbine sunday school Goodwill sunday school 10-00 rally service p m. The Tabernacle Mission band will meet saturday afternoon september 2, at the Church the Ernest workers society of Woodbine will meet Friday evening. September 1, at the Church. The Bryansville Aid society will saturday evening september 2, with or. And mrs. N. J Wise. Slate Ridge presbyterian Church Rev. A. L. Hyde pastor 10 a m Sabbath school 11 a. M. Sermon by the pastor 6 p. M Union service in the Rehoboth Church Union prayer meeting on wednes Day evening of next week in the Delta Chapel the sewing society will meet with mrs. W. E. Arthur on thursday afternoon september 7, at 2 o clock. The Westminster Guild chapter will meet with miss Beryl Wyman saturday afternoon september 2, at 2 o clock. Rehoboth Church Lancaster cattle 278 beef steers and year Lings slow steady at recent decline most beef steers trading in Small lots cows Active steady heifers steady bulls steady stockers and feeders slow but steady Good Supply a.11 kinds most sales calves 144 slow but steady top dealers a 50. Hogs 182 slow and steady top westerns 50, a few retail sales higher sheep 193 steady top local lambs ?7.a7.50, no Southern ambs on hand Choice probably would bring 00 Baltimore Hay Market is quiet no surplus of Good Tinothy prices Lange from to per ton As to Grade and kind. The proper grades of Hay Are hard to sell at any Price Market irregular on everything below 3 Timothy. Mill easy on spot bran and middling including 101 tons Tor shipment Spring bran per ton 100-Pound sacks Standard middling per ton 100-Pound sacks s-8a29. Local eggs 16 cents Butler 18 cents chickens 12 and 14 cents wheat 76 cents Corn 60 cents corrected thursday noon obituary mrs. Caroline Anderson mrs. Caroline Anderson formerly of Shawsville Harf Ord co died at the Home of her son John Anderson in Danbury Conn on August 26 she was buried at Bethel presbyterian Church on monday with services in charge of Rev. Mcelroy of Bethel Church and her former pastor Rev. Vav. A. Price of Highland mrs. Anderson was the daughter of the late Thomas h Wiley of West Harford. And the widow of the late Marian Anderson a contractor and builder for 30 years having built Many substantial buildings during that time. Among those built m this Section were the holy Cross Church was made m Salem m. E. Cemetery. Funeral director s w Holden had charge of funeral arrangements the pallbearers were six nephews John Mckinley John Zealor Marion Shafner Boyd Stephens George Stephens and Joseph Ailes mks. Lenoka King mrs Elenora King 53 years old p former resident of Delta died at 11 o clock sunday night at the Lancaster general Hospital As the result of swallowing Poison according to the report of j. F. Kressler Lancaster Coroner. The deceased had been a resident of Lancaster for the past Twenty years Wenle her son c c. Clark of Bath k a was visiting her last week she complained of being ill or Clark had her removed immediately to the hos Pital where death occurred. Surviving Are her husband David l King of York two sons Charles v. Clark Ridley Park Penna., and c c Clark Bath n y., and one sister mrs j Mcclure Media Penna miss it Jay j. Kilgore miss Lucy j. Kilgore aged 72 years daughter of the late or William and Marie l. Kilgore died at o clock saturday evening at her Hom in Delta death occurred m the old Kilgore residence in which miss Kil Gore had lived during the 72 years of her life death was caused by nephritis Fol lowing an illness of several months she is survived by two Sisters miss Fannie Kilgore. At Home and mrs Ida Fleming Philadelphia the de ceased was a lifelong member of the Slateville presbyterian Church and Vas a very Active worker in the differ ent societies funeral services were held tuesday at 2 p. M. At the Home in charge of Rev. B. W. Jones pastor of Slateville 3hurch, and Rev w l Mccormick of Philadelphia a former pastor of Slateville. The pallbearers were or. V s Wilkinson Lane r Whitaker or t Dale Stewart e. M Kilgore Charles Kilgore and John Goram. Interment was made in Slateville cemetery funeral director Hubert p harms had charge of funeral arrangements lbs. Lizzie j. Bay mrs Lizzie j Bay youngest Daugh Ter of the late James Galbreath. Of mine Branch md., and widow of the late Hugh t Bay a former judge of the orphans court of Harford county died at her Home in Delta tuesday morning at 1 o clock after an extended illness she was 71 years of age. The family resided in Harford county near Street for a number of years mrs. Bay was a charter member in the organization of Highland Church surviving Are two Sisters mrs Albert Watson Marysville to. And mrs. J. C Murphy Delta and two Brothers John w and Calvin Galbreath Street my. Funeral services were held today thursday in the Presby Terian Church at 2 p m in charge of Rev b w Jones interment was made in the adjoining cemetery funeral director John l. Norris Delta had charge of funeral arrange ments Howdy folks i let s cooperate in our Community let s have Confidence in each other pull together and our old town will improve every minute. Never before do i believe did we have finer fresher meats than we will have on display this coming saturday. When you look at our display Case full of Good look ing meats you will hesitate about leaving because it will be just As tempting to the Eye As watching the bathing beauties on the Beach. If you desire Fine big Young chickens we can fill your orders one of our rolled rib roasts will satisfy the most particular customer. Mi1s. E. W. Garvine mrs Rebecca Jane Garvine wife of w. Garvine of near Woodbine died at 10 o clock monday morning at the state Hospital Harrisburg where near the rocks and the Highland i she had icon a patient for the past three years. She was aged 58 years. Church at Street saturday specials Broom yield butter.2 ibs. 55c Fine plate beef 2 25c Premium Ham sliced 2 ibs. 55c Swift s franks.2 ibs. 27c the Otic your orders in. We deliver. The deceased is survived by one son John Anderson Danbury Conn one sister mrs. Albert Slade and three Brothers. Richard Harry and Robert Wiley All of White Hall my Rev. J. Hammond pastor i next lord s Day the services will lbs. Be held As follows 10 a. M. Sabbath school 11 a. M. C. E. Society. Attention Farmers Tho body was removed from Harris j am on talc Marke for fat cows bulls and hogs 6 p. M. The Union evangelistic service. Members of All the churches Are cordially invited to attend and Mab Gabet a. Stephens mrs. Margaret Anna Stephens widow of Joshua c. Stephens died at o clock August 24, at the Home of her son a Law and daughter or. And mrs. Walter Wiley of slate Hill. Lung by funeral director w Howard j Webb and prepared for burial. Fun eral services were hold thursday from the Homo of her step son w. J. Gar Vino at 1.30 p m. Rev. Edwin keep nor pastor of the it Olivet Metho dist protestant Church officiated. Interment was made in it. Of act cemetery. Surviving besides her husband e. W. Garvine Are two step children w. J. Garvine and mrs. Thomas Swift . Mclaughlin phone 16r4 and i will Call Fred h. Ramsay Delta Penna. Official inspection station no. 7 67 Only 28 More clays to get your car inspected at Ramsay service station no. 767 we Are equipped to handle any line of repair work at our new location next door to r. O. Mclaughln s meat Market she makes Money by Telephone we know a farm woman who Sells Many things by Telephone. In one season it is strawberries. At other times it is eggs Cream dressed poultry. People pay her a Premium so get things fresh from the farm. She says these Tele phone sales bring Many addition Al dollars into the family purse. Your Telephone can help make your farming profitable. Vet the Cost is Only a few cents a Day. The Chesapeake Potomac Telephone company Bel air my. Bel air 0 specials for labor Day prompt deliveries sugar 10 in. So. 56c Post bran flakes.2 pkg. 19c Al c beechnut cooked Spaghetti 2 cans 15c reamers Homestead Coffee. In. 21 c and Sanbo Rii s 4th anniversary Sale of dated in Certo Billle 27e Libby red 17c Libby peaches.2 largest cans 29c palmolive barn 17c Pillsbury flour 24 ibs. 12 ibs 55c Kellogg Rice krispies.2 pkg. 19c Kellogg Corn flakes.2 15c c5 i fancy Pink salmon.2 cans 25c Jar gums.6 Doz. 25c Jar tops Best . 25c Brookfield butter.2 in. Roll 57c finest Quality ground . 19c fresh pork 1 Etc Swift Premium . 1 Large assortment of school supplies Reamer Brothers Whiteford Maryland phone Cardiff 42-r-2

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