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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - December 14, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaT a i Viz Ca . Vol. La. No 50 to Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern Prark county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland York county pa., thursday december 14, 1933 ibo fireside girls meet on saturday the fireside girls club met at the Home of Jean Whiteford last saturday. The meeting was in charge of the president miss Eva sue Cox. Report of the Secretary was Given by miss prances Pyle and miss Charlotte Pennington gave the trea surer s report. After the business meeting the following literary pro Gram was Given singing silent recitation by Gloria Roberts recitation my doll s Frances Cox play the Nite before by eight girls song Whiteford miss Cleo Westcott is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Richard Jones. Or. And mrs. Richard Jones had As sunday visitors or. And mrs. William Gisiner miss Margaret Westcott of Washington d. C., mrs. Hugh Peaslack and daughter Dor Othy of fort Oglethorpe a. Or. And mrs. Walter Ivins and j sons Vernon and Edwin were Sun i Day guests of or. And mrs. David Hughes. Mrs. Isaac Jones had As sunday i d. H. S. Presents musical comedy to Large crowd Jones and sons Elwood and Arthur of York and Tyler Keesee. Joy to the games were then entered refreshments i served. The next meeting will be auxiliary held with miss Eva sue Cox. J those present were misses Eva sue Cox Hazel Draper Virginia Hughes Frances Pyle Gloria Rob erts Frances Cox Alma Morton methodist protestant Church met at Louise Mcfadden Jean Whiteford the Home of mrs Emma Cantler on Marian Whiteford Helen Samsell thursday afternoon. The president i Catherine Wheeler Charlotte pen mrs w t Brown presided. After Kington and Florence Ross. The business meeting the social com Mittee had charge and conducted the 1 holds meeting the ladies auxiliary of the Delta Pylesville or. And mrs. James c. Winemiller and daughter Emma of stewarts town spent thanksgiving afternoon at the Home of or and mrs. John h. Baldwin of this place. Mrs. Scarff has been spend ing sometime visiting relatives and friends in Baltimore. Warren Pennington spent saturday evening at the Home of his father Carroll Pennington of Jarrettsville. Mrs. Christ Knopp of rocks spent thursday at the Home of her son in Law and daughter. Or. And mrs. Walter Baldwin of Pylesville. Ramsey Montgomery who is an employee of the Fairfield Western Maryland Dairy of this place slipped and fell a few nights ago while at work and seriously injured his right bet a wi1son Joseph Johnston Valley school notes sewing society or. And mrs. Clinton Johnson spent following program recitation mrs Friday in York. Joseph Beard a Reading mrs. J. I mrs Harvey Montgomery and j Crawford a Reading. Mrs. Alta daughter Roda spent saturday and fas presented by the Delta High Hughes entitled what Christmas sunday in Lancaster. J school at the firemen s theatre on Belva Wilson and Joseph i Johnston take leading Koles my. Grangers elect t. Roy Brookes state master nearly every Grange in the state of Maryland was represented by two delegates or More at the sixteenth annual meeting of the Maryland state Grange held at Bel air on tuesday wednesday and thursday of last week when t. Roy Brookes of pm Morton was elected As state master for a two year term to succeed sen. A g Ensor other officers elected for the same period of time were As follows. Overseer j. Wilson lord of Howard county lecturer mrs. Harry Davis of Frederick Steward Austin Arm. He is recovering nicely at this i p Renn Adamstown assistant writing. Or. And mrs. George Hess and son Arthur were last week end guests of or. And mrs. George Baker of Fox Hill farms my. Or. And mrs. Herbert Palmer miss i Ruth Palmer and Edgar Palmer spent Steward j. Herbert Snyder Union Bridge chaplain Charles Harts Home Brighton treasurer Guy s. Meloy. Lanham Secretary Edw. F. Holter Middle town Gate keeper Al Bert Ady Rockville Ceres. Mrs. Hannah Brookes Bel air Flora mrs. Hattie Cairnes Sharon Pomona mrs of entitled what Christmas sunday in Lancaster. To Ella and also riddles. Thursday even Thomas a Burk had the Milfor i on thursday afternoon mrs o h heaps was hostess to the sewing society of the slate Ridge Presby Terian Church. Devotional exercises were in charge of mrs heaps after the following literary program was Given Reading for people win mrs. Henry Mobley Solo one sweetly solemn miss Beryl Wyman accompanied by her Mother on the piano readings a new baby and How to bake a miss Marjone Switzer. The president mrs. J t. Harry had charge of the business meeting. Those attending were mrs. J. T Harry mrs. Emory Lowe mrs. Day dents were served by the hostesses tune to Cut his leg will an axe while to the following mrs Irene Cantler mrs. John Judd mrs Walter cant Ler mrs. Henry Poff mrs. Frank Glenn mrs William Pyle mrs. Ralph Duncan. Mrs j c Crawford mrs. I Alta Hughes mrs. Edna stauffer the state Road characters were Cindy Belva Wil son Junior spent his parents. Taylor and Sisters of Baltimore. I assistant Steward Mauguerite Hub or and mrs Thomas Swift and Bard of Hurlock. J the week end with or. And mrs. Earl v Nam Riippi Lirtz a modern fairy operetta Cindy he Mitchell a Lisbury and lady family Charles and Viola spent Sun two membcr3 of the executive Day with the former s brother in Law committee elected for a term of three and sister or. And mrs. A. H. Burns s Are j. Homer of of Whiteford. Middletown and a. G. Ensor Rev. And mrs. J. E. Thompson and Forest Hill sort and the Joseph r ton. The other characters if King Jones and Aga ton d c family were thanksgiving Day guests of relatives and friends of washing mrs. William t. Brown mrs Cora miss Martha Miller of Bridgeton Ruth Spidle Cindy s step Sis Withams. Mrs. S j Wilson mrs is sometime with mrs ters sire Algernon of George Garber mrs Emma Cantler Clarence e Wiley pompous Winterson Stubbs mrs. Francis Jones mrs Joseph or. And mrs Brooke his wife Charlotte Beard mrs. Warren Pennington or and mrs James Mackison the Butler Rev. And mrs b. F. Ruley misses or and mrs. Clinton Johnson spent Charles Johnston the foot Anna Jones Anna Parry Florence thursday in Baltimore Scarborough or. The ficus Dorotha Cantler and Laura i Edna Krick spent saturday Boswell. Mks. Davis hostess sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. A Prince Joseph Johnston Faul Krick of Delta. Dame a Witch Louise Fedley Queen of the Robert Plummer and his Nephew Ted Plummer. Returned to they Home after enjoying a Hunting trip in the mountains. Misses Matherme and Naomi Walker spent the thanksgiving holidays with their Sisters mrs. Willard War who is also Ner and mrs James Stevens of bal or and mrs James e to social club or and mrs Hugh Kilgore and How fairies Mary Gladys Jones the Hamilton mrs f. W. Wyman miss Letitia Kent mrs s. J. Adams mrs ou11h Ellb r. Thompson mrs Guy Scarbor the Delta Cardiff social club met noon at the Home of William Craw Ough mrs. John Orr mrs. Harold at the Home of mrs w. B. Davis in Lap of Sunnyburn Ford Kathleen Nourr Thel-1 the countess of a disappointed Ard Snodgrass spent sunday after k Julia cowl Runny i at Trio Virv Virt William dim h urn Ore g. E. Society meets at Brown Home b society of the Delta in his address to the grangers former state master a. G. Ensor said in. Part the Farmer is the largest single purchaser of the products of Industry and Prosperity depends on his Pur chasing Power. If Farmers Prosper and Are Able to buy then labor will be Given employment. The Farmer s purchasing prices have far outdistanced prices paid for their products. Many citizens believe that the Federal government is ing Farmers under the a. A. A out of Federal taxes. That is untrue the Revenue is obtained from processing taxes. The Era is travelling faster tar i the aaa the Farmer has lost so Stokes mrs. Frank Grove mrs. J. Cardiff on fonday afternoon. The Fol or. And mrs John 1-1. Arcs and a Helen Roberts Eva methodist pro Lastant Church met at h. Wheeler mrs r a. Stewart. Mrs. Lowing members were present mrs. Children Albart Ennab the and Ida Nora Wise Mary a Dun map the Home of or and mrs. Charles of the made by agriculture. To David Fulton mrs. Howard Walker Richard Rees mrs. J h Stubbs mrs. May spent sunday evening with or. The chorus members were Mildred Brown on monday evening after j copies bems adopted Are placing a mrs w. B. Davis mrs. D. A. Bay Harry Robinson mrs. O. H. Heaps and mrs Walter a. Wise and family. J bakery Bra Nora wisc Reba Ruff the business meeting a social Hourd tonal blur dons on the Farmers f mrs James a. Fulton mrs. Owen mrs d. A. Bay mrs m. S. Macomber i or. And mrs. James h. Mackison Ruth Ruff Mildred Helen was enjoyed by All. Refreshments ulc Farmer is not Purchase Greider mrs Mary Wise mrs j. T. Mrs. Butler. Mrs. Charles Haw children Jimmie and Jane and Roberts Dorothy Aberts Thelma were served to the following or and t can Sec 1uue Hope for in Gailey mrs Hugh a. Evans mrs. Kins mrs s. J Barnett mrs. V. G. Robert arcs spent sunday afternoon Roberts Faye Barnett Lula Payne mrs Charles o. Brown mrs Edward Wilson mrs Richard Rees Stubbs mrs. H j Evans mrs. J. T. With or. And mrs. James w. Mary Beard Emily Proctor Mary e Cantler mrs Alta Hughes misses in the report of the tax commit r mrs. Charles Myers mrs. Walter Gailey and mrs. Howard Proctorsr Mackison. Jenkins mrs. Henry Mobley mrs Clarence Switzer. Misses Pauline Ramsay Beryl Wyman and Marjorie Switzer. Dunlap Kathleen Noerr Helen Alma Macomber Laura card party Forest Tebault and miss Edith Hickey Sara Anna Moore Elizabeth messes. Howard Harvey will Maryland Granger tells of Western tour sponsored by National Grange will be held at Hihi d Mackison spent sunday with her Kilburn Elinor Morris. James Dos december 18. Parents or. And mrs. James w. More Elaine Williams James Fulton thei e Mackison. Or. Mackison has been ill Max Pickel Everitt Gemmill Leon or and mrs. William Whiteford Ard Mcgrady Donald Hickey Roland spent the week end in West Grove. Parthree Charles Mackison and Rob or and mrs. Harvey Montgomery Ert macor Taer. Accompanied them. Miss Ruth Henry has been on the other local happenings sick list. Of " or. And mrs. William Pyle and Boswell Warren and Edward Brown and Rev. B. F. Ruley. Boswell was stated that since an Effo. T Edward v-1 13 to reduce farm taxes .1 p30. The tax on property has Bee i decreased each year. Farm property taxes it was estimated for the be r 1933-3934 will be approximately thi to one percent or approximately o1 Turkey Sui l Kil Church on the eve Cembpi-20. 1333 and one half million less than 1931-? contributions must be received by society to reach go the close of the first week of the Worth to you and Semi your cd another sketch by w h. Day West Riding bucking horses by the j children of Havre de Grace spent miss Ann g Ira Jon a i Rcd to h Street md., of the Western tour Champion riders Lessoing and throw the week end with mrs. Pyle s Home Here on sunday evening after sponsored by the National Grango. Ing wild steers roman races Etc ends or. And mrs. John Fantom. A stay of. Over two in Phila dear editor a Fine exhibition of farm products the p. T a. Of the Valley school phia. Seeing that you found space for was held Here also. Wonderful will meet december 15 prof Swartz or and mrs. Lyle Hess or and Christmas Seal Sale show returns buteo on its Way to us my letter written in Boise As prom i exhibits of Fine fruit and especially will be present a play will be Given mrs Dale Kilgore and or and mrs received at the office of the York it is not necessary to mai1 ised i will give a few More details potatoes for which Idaho is noted by the Delta High school pupils. Emory Kilgore. Lower Chanceford county tuberculosis society Are a return to us. Many people Are by of our wonderful tour m the West four potatoes to the Yard is the size the v Illey school will hold a were recently entertained by or. And preaching 5.000 persons have them to our office at the u As i told you of our Fine reception grown one of which we brought Christ entertainment on the eve mrs James c. Murphy this place replied to mail Appeal which reached Ivy my service bid 13-1 w at Boise i would like to mention Home with us upon oar return int of d Comber 22, starting at 8 or and mrs. Edwin o Donnell and yorkers last Friday no mime Adelphia Street or leaving them a few outstanding features in Idaho fion Burley we found in our rooms o clock. Son have returned to their Home in there Are three times inn.1, Many yet collection Box in each comm during our ten Day stay there and at hotel 3 boxes of Fine apples a Clarence Wiley has returned from Detroit mich., after two week s stay to respond. Each of re boxes arc located at Delta be As Brief As possible the City gift to each visitor by one of the the Hospital after having his thumb with mrs. O Donnell s parents or plies must bring a. Contribution if the store Dallastown first nation i grangers of Idaho had been arrange Granges and thus the Grange spirit amputated at the first joint. And mrs. Marshall Leamon of Cardiff desired goal is to be reached Bank Myers drug store red lie i ing for months for this occasion and followed us to Portland the City of miss Erma Hutton has returned mrs Archie Louderback and Little last year our budget was National Bank Farmers a 1 to give you an idea of their won roses for there they were Blooming from the York Hospital where she daughter Joyce Ann of Elkton Vir Saij or Mcblain president of the Bank stocks drug slow Worful hospitality. After our Parade like springtime i was a patient Ginia Are spending sometime with tuberculosis society and we must Prospect East Prospect ban on arriving we were taken to our we were taken Over the Columbia mrs Brooke Snodgrass mrs. Her Mother mrs John a. Judd. Raise a similar amount this month if Yoe stove. Y a _ _ _ _. _ _ grow n t r hotel and told anytime we wished to River drive seeing Many Beautiful James n. Mackison jr., and mrs. J Stanley Lloyd is spending a few we Are to meet the requests Lor our out sightseeing cars were there i and High Falls and going into the Clinton Johnson spent a Day recently Days this week at Glen urme md., service. Our free clinic service must Morris or i office it Vovou with chauffeurs at our disposal of building we heard the army and in Lancaster. The guest of his brother in Law and be continued and extended if those dcnc01 Etzwiler s which we made us of several times. I Navy football game at Philadelphia last thursday while messes. John sister or. And mrs. John Walter actually suffering from tuberculosis referred to we were taken quite a distance out Miles away. Down this won Fantom Albert Jenkins and h. J. Mrs. Lansing Miller mrs. Anna Are to be cared for and we i Leverr re december 3 tiny through the farming country. We Kerful drive which was said by Theo Handley were in their Way to a meet Scarborough and daughter and Clar increasing demands Over last years earned a Tirc Nln Lemur Plesci cd were also taken to the Natation us i Roosevelt As one of the greatest ing of to milk producers in Balti ence Smith spent last Friday in York for tuberculin testing and school sur the work of the the largest indoor swimming Pool pieces of Road engineering m the More they met with an Auto Accident mrs. Sidney Davies is visiting her Veys. So that to give York and the through the Purl Usi of with natural warm water where we world you could look ahead and see or Fantom s being badly dam son Charles and family m Littles the Nonte Etinne Clinst Fis which were enclosed were Given exhibitions of diving and swimming contests some diving As far As 50 feet in height All under Snow capped it. Hood 50 Miles away aged and or. Handley having his town. While on your left it. Ramer across right hand Cut and minor bruises the River in Washington state can adjoining communities the Protection from tuberculosis they demand we return envelope accompanied the roof. Be seen Back in the mountains. We were taken up a winding in the afternoon the grangers of Mountain Road 22 Miles to Arrow Oregon took us in their cars All Rock dam and driven Over the top around the City Many Miles Over into 400 feet High the name of our Driver on this trip was Walters whose Highland 4-h club gives party the Highland 4-h club girls held Washington state where we were. A Xmas party at the Home of mrs. Shown Many interesting places. We Nelson Amos on saturday afternoon were taken to a Grange meeting in Santa was there to receive them the evening for supper after which a very afternoon was spent the state masters and others were in playing games. A Short pro father was first assistant to Sec. Ickes at Washington d. On saturday noon a Fine Parade was Given for the grangers through called upon for speeches. We met the soldiers mounted Fine grangers local county and state tongs Sung with artillery Many bands of music i officials. I gramme was presented and Xmas Dainty refreshments were served were invited to attend the Home of miss or. And mrs. J. W. New Philadel a must have at least again this u Tler for Lac act Lorn in phia spent several Days this week j year i ending those letters the society As the guests of or. And mrs. S. H. The g to not any Way attempt to dictate m w behind those a it misses Winifred Harvey Enid and we on Only the Opportunity to con Lewis and Owen e. Lewis m to Mytil h. Tribute and Hopes that its past work wednesday in York shopping. Mrs. Jennie Wilson is improving after being housed several Days on account of illness. Miss Ellen Rowlands spent tues Day and wednesday with mrs. T. Jones. Mrs. Latimer m. Jones has been confined to her Home for several to with Grippe. Do so to mail in their contribution As soon As possible. Will wan ant a generous response _. An Early reply to these letters in this year we have Only 20 Days the Seal Sale committee Means an Early Cost Many floats of Pioneer Days grangers j returning to our train we left at i after which All City schools Etc. After this great 110 p. M. For route through califor a dub party Parade we were taken out to the Cynia travelling All Day through Many Crowl on i Samuel Samp e had the Milfor fair grounds where we were Given mountains Riding in sight of it. Were fourteen members a sent and tune to 1osc his horse last croat Rex Leo exhibition of win i front Imus i present Ana week while crossing the Railroad which to raise the Money to carry us to work _ _ through the coming year. Last year tion of the fund. So we had an additional week for this contribution today if you have it purpose. So this year every Day done so c must bring additional returns of we the tuberculosis society is linseed q in a entirely by the Christmas Seal a great Rodeo exhibition of wild continued on 4 several visitors. Continued on Page 4 we realize that these Are. Busy Days As it makes no other Appal to for every one. But some time be-1 Public for funds. These Little tween now and monday won t you provide Protection for you Ana our look up your mail Sale letter decide j family throughout the year Mair How much health and Protection is your return today

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