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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - December 28, 1933, Delta, Pennsylvania_ do our part vol. . The Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland Delta York county a. Thursday december 28, 1933 ls.1t Oscar Stokes expires dec. 22 West Bangor mrs. Sydney Davies has returned from a visit to her son Charles and n. Oscar Stokes died at his Home family in Lansdowne a. In Arlington. Baltimore on december mrs. Mary e. Jacobs of Manches 22 his body was brought to the Home j Ter w. T. Evans of Philadelphia of his daughter mrs. Bessie White j and Preston Evans of Trenton n. J., Ford Forest Hill on tuesday Decem attended services at the Rehoboth Ber 26 from where the funeral took Church last Sabbath place at 1 p. M. With concluding ser Rev. And mrs. John Hammond and vices at Bethel Church at 2 p. M. At daughter miss Bronwyn Are spending the request of the deceased his for Mer pastor Rev. Or. Price of High the holidays with relatives in Scran ton. Land officiated assisted by the Rev mrs. Bessie Wiley who has been ill w. R. Cebray. Also by is request j at the Home of her sister mrs. Amy the session of Bethel Church of which j Glasgow is improving he was a member served As Active pallbearers messes s Amuel Street Annie Jones and brother Ellis g Williams Are enjoying the holidays Andrew Bahr e a Carnes Stewart with relatives in Wilmington Del Kirkwood Samuel Gibreath and j. Honorary pallbearers h Harlan Sena log Lee Mory a. Mccomas and William h. Day the miss Constance Jones of Philadel phia has been the guest of mrs. How Ard Proctor miss Mary h. Williams of Balti More spent sunday and monday with her brother in Law and nieces w. T. Or. Stokes was Well known in this Morris and daughters Mary e and Community where he had Many rela Elinor. Tives and friends. He was a Eon of we understand that Cunningham the late Rigby and Hannah m. Mccleary was taken to a Hospital on Stokes of near Prospect for several tuesday threatened with pneumonia he was a teacher i the Public i schools in that Vicinity. Just fifty Junior c. B. Society years ago he purchased the Chrome meets at Dick Home Rosul Floc Valley Mills near Jarrett Suffle which he operated until 1910 when he sold the Junior Christian. Endeavor so and removed to Baltimore he was piety met last Fri Day evening with a charter member of the Jarrett Junior Dick the president Dorothy a Happy new year 1 o our subscribers we wish All the Joy of the Holiday to those who have contributed news of their neighbourhood we say thank 1 o our advertisers we express the Hope that 1934 will be More prosperous for each 1 o All our Friend we wish a Happy and Prosper Ausmer year. Pylesville Dies of pneumonia miss Nancy Mitchell daughter of or. And mrs. Howard Mitchell and a j m Loja Scarborough daughter student at Hannah More Academy is of or mrs h scar spending the Christmas holidays at elects officers it of the regular meeting of the nicely at his Home and wishes to thank his friends and neighbors for the cards and the kindnesses shown him while in the Hospital and since he came Home or. And mrs. Orville Allison or. And mrs Bill Amos and miss Lelia Ville Grange. He served As master Roberts had charge of the meeting land Grange was held on december and also treasurer of the Harford business was discussed after which a at which tune the following officer t s d county Pomona Grange until he re social hour was enjoyed refresh were elected Gibreath t spen Unay moved to the City but continued his ments were served to the following overseer Thomas Wallace lecturer membership and Only last october re Janet Holland Flora Strett Louise Anna Wilson Secretary Cei Ved the Silver sheaf certificate for Jones Dorothy Roberts Anna Bay Stewart chaplain Rev. A a pricey 25 years service As a continuous David Gibreath Johnny Murphy treasurer William Day member of the patrons of husbandry. Wilson Bay and Junior Dick William Davis assistant Rush Orr gatekeeper James Hea 11 w Ceres Mary Davis Flora Kath sketches of Mission work depicted by Muriel Ramsay of Louise Huff the above officers will be Catherine Little daughter of Char is Sech St is confined to bed suf Hughes Pomona mrs Charles glad. eng with pneumonia and whooping a Day on the Mission Field installed on january 10 thanksgiving Day 1933. Dear friends at Home watch night service ters a question which is difficult that i feel i must make some attempt no matter How poor to answer it. That question is what constitutes a missionary s Day just what do you do in a it is difficult to answer because Mission work is infinitely varied and to Many of us i daresay no two Days Are alike. But altho i cannot speak for others i can pick out at random a. Few Days which Are More or less typical of my own work this autumn. Mirror and a tooth Brush danced a Jig j together furnishing their own what a wee place we have for a at the methodist protestant Home thought i. What would the sunday night at o clock Folk in America think of life in a this service will continue until the Houseboat week after week would hour of Midnight. The Sermon will be they believe it if i told them that our delivered by the minister the Public food cupboard Dinning room table Are invited to gather with us and thus and chairs baby Organ Wash basins in reverence spend the last moments i Joseph norms who suffered a stroke few weeks ago is improving f Jacob Rush still continues about the same mrs Warden Glasgow who has been confined to the House for the past the Home of her parents near Here. Or. And mrs. Elmer Baldwin and sons Charles George and Earl Kenneth Square pa., spent sunday at the Home of mrs Baldwin s parents or. And mrs. Thomas Turner and family of this place. E. V. Garvine of Rock run Mills is spending some time at the his son in Law and daughter or and mrs. Thomas Swift of Whiteford. Or. And mrs. Walter Burns arid daughter spent the week end at the the cemetery adjoining the Church Home of the former s aunt mrs. Ella Demoss of Baltimore. Robert Walters. Jr., of Pylesville spent saturday with his cousins Borough died in the Union memorial Hospital Baltimore on saturday de Cember 23y, from pneumonia. She was Twenty months of age surviving be sides her parents Are two Sisters Ruth and Elizabeth at Home. Fun eral services were held on monday at 2 o clock from her Home with concluding services in Slateville Church. Rev. B. W. Jones officiated. The pall bearers were misses Margaret Miller Margaret Draper Alice Skillman and Helen Hickey. Interment was made in other local happenings of interest Charles and Viola Swift of White word. Mrs. Mary Street is spending some time at the Home of Tsi and mrs. Gladden Davis rocks my. Mrs. Loward Baldwin of York and or. And mrs. William Leo Nard of red lion spent last Satur Day at the Home of or. And mrs. John Baldwin of this place. Or. And mrs. Paul Yaeger of Phila Delphia Are spending the holidays at the Home of mrs. Yaeger s parents or. And mrs. William Silver. Miss Evelyn Flaharty. Of this place in spending some time with relatives and friends near Felton and High Rock a. While sawing Wood at his Home on monday Harold Jenkins caught Hia right hand in the circular saw cutting it so Beverly it. Had to be amputated at the wrist. He is a patient in the York Hospital and at this writing is recovering nicely. Or. And mrs. Walter Baldwin and sons Robert and Clifford and or. And mrs. B. Frank Howard spent Christ Mas Day at the Home of or. And mrs1. John h. Baldwin of this place. Messes. Wilson a. Gorrell and Rob Ert c. Roberts spent tuesday evening in it Triadelphia. Master Billy Murphy youngest son of or and mrs. Calvin Murphy been in a critical condition with pneumonia for the pest week is unimproved at Thia writing misses Margaret Mobley and Ramsay Are the nurses in attendance night and Day respectively. Misa Bertha Jonea is spending the holidays with her brother in Law and. Sister or. And mrs. B. Vesey of Bronx a y. Miss Dorothy Kilgore is confined to her Home with the Grippe. Or. And mrs. Elmer Kilgore spent Christmas with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs Graham Thompson. Or. And mrs. Roy c. Smith and son Glenn were Christmas Day guests of or. And mrs. Walter Gross and fam ily. S. Fulton Johnson Glenwood spent Christmas Day with his brother in Law and sister or. And n c. Dins More. Mrs. Frank Weitz and daughter Doris visited friends and relatives in Harrisburg Over the spent Christmas Day with Hiss Caroline Whiteford and Belva Hughes Are spending the holidays at relatives in Baltimore their Homes Here. I or. And mrs. Frank Swift were misses Roberta Williams and Christmas Day guests of the former s Phoebe Mckinley have accepted Posi son and daughter in Law. Or. And mrs. Oil stove sleeping quarters for three the dying year. Well As our clothes and books to say nothing of the tin Bath tub under the floor boards Are somehow fitted into a space of six feet by fourteen it Wilbur Jackson of Perrysville spent a few Days with his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Harry Silver. Mrs. Isaac Jones and son Archie spent Christmas in York with her the monthly meeting of the social son and daughter in Law or. And Thomas Swift of near Here. Social service club f and that is what i propose to do now. Have together and Ark be held at the Home of mrs. Caro Richard son of or. And mrs Ain t what she used to be for with line if you would like to come with a j our new filter we Don t have to boil january 5. Cur drinking water and with screens i Young missionary making her plunge into the heart of her nay More if you will make allow ances for her inexperience not judg ing All of missions in. Her then i heartily Welcome you. Come follow me in a week of adventure on Soochow and May you enjoy the week with me it is Friday. Curses your ancestors were a lot "the2 wh.5t5s ch111rtmas" at this Chapel dec. 31 the pageant entitled the White which was presented at Bevansville Church a to saturday eve Rightmire on Friday evening Richard Jones of Whiteford fell and Ning will be repeated at they Deita broke ins Arm saturday afternoon Chapel on sunday evening december Sherry town pa., were recent Visi tors at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Wentz. Or and mrs. Harry loud los and family had As visitors on Christmas evening mrs. Isaac Jonas and Chim Archie and Alice or. And mrs. George Montgomery Winnie and Al Vertus Jones. Martin Howe and miss. Nancy swords of York. Time we three do service club of Slateville and Vicinity mrs. Jones family. Miss Ham in once resigns As teacher on our fourteen windows we re free from flies and Mosquito. My word but those flies were abominable last fall this in t such a bad Little tub it is cramped quarters for i Jolly the younger chinese woman sleeping on the raised floor Board across one end of the boat Whiteford playing at his Home. Or. And mrs. Richard miss l. B. Hammond daughter of the Rev. And mrs. John Hammond 4 j miss Clara Jones of of crooked pigtails you re blocking i and its time to spent sunday with her parents or. The canal. Get out of our and mrs. George Jones. 31. The characters Are Jones and Viola Wise Carl Snyder children Elenora Richard and Elsie Samuel Mclaughlin Sara i this place has resigned her position spent Christmas with mrs. Jones . Jane Wise Junior Ruff. Seven As latin and French instructor at the William Pyle sr., is confined to the ends or. And mrs. Edwin Brooks of Edwin Wise Robert Blue Island High school in Chicago Union memorial Hospital Baltimore. Baltimore. Wickes. Harry Kilburn Rev. And is now at her Home Here. Miss Anna Hughes of Washington Kreidler William Mclaughlin. Char in the last Issue of the Blue . D. C., spent Christmas with her n l i .1 Les Bair three Wise men " Hie h paper appeared the Fol ends or. And mrs. Owen Hughes. Ancho Uriu rence Snyder Samuel Snyder Arthur lowing statement during her Sta profi Ani i heavy the stretched out on her Small Dotty hers enjoyed working with her by mrs. James Legrande spent a Day Day evening. The cast of characters Chandlee Verna Wise. Helen Wise cause of her Hearty cooperation in die by the thousand knives drown and float on the Whang poo River Havn t you bang i sat up in bed with a Jerk. Great junk with White eyes painted j cola Saia site recently in York. Was As follows aunt Helen Louise on its Bow was nosing into our House a heavy Hong can always undress mrs. Dollie Glasgow is spending Francis Roberts j James Ruff. Boat. Simultaneously our three than Wang and me in few Days with her daughter mrs. J Fred Thomas _ men were on their feet filling the spite of her sixty Summers for she Elsie Evans. I fliers Crammer Evans and Randall i morning air with their oaths As with Bare feet and wrapping Hooks they three Walter of a year and a half in t is Noti Wise Edgar Chandlee James Ruff miss Hammond endeared herself a. N. Bair King pupils and teachers out Joe Wise mrs. Ardente found her an n Bio and us older woman Arthur Barrett of York spent a cantata entitled look _ _ _ Iother end of the boat and Christmas his or and club was presented in Rehoboth standing teacher while faculty other end of the boat and reached mrs Peter Barrett. Welch presbyterian Church on Ruff. For her outer clothing. Boo it s said she. Helped to push the offending boat away. The Ningpo junk had done us no damage of course but our new Crew knew nothing of the gentle Nazarene and reviling was in their eyes As in the eyes of most sailors on Soochow Waters an admirable if not absolutely necessary tool in their work. I glanced at my wrist watch. Five minutes of six i Thot ill snooze a Little longer. Somehow that bedlam has t wakened the Bible the big junk still breathing out angry threats and followed by a vol Ley of curses poled its weather beaten Hulk slowly past us Down the canal. I sighed with Relief As the word Bat the died away. What Nasty things those men could say. One learns How to curse even the ancestors of a Rud der or a rope in China what an accomplishment peace for the space of half a min Ute. Launch whistle rent air set our Craft to rocking swinging All the funny look ing dangling from our ceiling. The tiny frying a lantern a mos Quito net a deck ring a Only takes off her outer garments and mrs. Robert Atkins and grand Mclaughlin or. Mason will shoes when she goes to bed but in daughter june Atkins Are confined to iams Arthur heaps Wise All events. Everyone is sorry to her Seal Sale chairman asks the morning there Are always her the House with whooping cough. Virginia Burkins Elsie for your support to society false Teeth to be reckoned with and mrs. Charles Pearce is confined to i Evans prof. John Russell i the fascinating Job of Sho blacking the House by illness. Williams mrs. Mary e. I to our contributors her Bald spots with a tooth Brush. So i or. And mrs. George Norris and Griffith Belle Helen Wang and i usually dress in about son George jr., and or. And mrs. J Scott mrs. Emma Roberts the same time As our elderly co Howard Shair and daughter Char i radio announcer. Junior Scarborough worker and we All arise together. Lotte All of York spent Christmas Day i spirit of Christmas Belva Wilson so we dressed fast this morning for with the former s parents or. And were Sung by the following Gloria it was Chilly and i was glad of my mrs. Joseph Norris. I Roberts Emma Roberts Helen Rob chinese velvet slippers and my Long or and mrs. Alan Shat he spent i its Thomas Crawford and Belva Wil gown with Camel hair lining for the sunday in York. Son recitations Louise Willis Scott climate of Soochow is peculiarly he miss Doris Lloyd of Baltimore i Sisters Bobby Bradley Huber Mont mid. Dampness Here penetrates your spent Christmas Day with her parents very Bones. Savoy doors began Drifting in from the rear deck where a Boatman was preparing breakfast. Wang touched a sliding door. Steaming bowls of Rice Cereal were Given her thru the aperture and squares of bean curd and Salty fish. Then came a mighty pounding on the front door and heavy Hong sat Down so i could get past her to open it for we guessed it to be Wun Duns i or. And mrs. Will Lloyd. Mrs Viniam ill Rcd and daughters mrs. Byron Williams visited or and mrs. Walter Ivins of Galdins morning. Miss Olive Norris who has accepted a position in Wilmington spent the Christmas holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Henry Norris. Or. And mrs. Paul Miller spent Christmas Day with or. And mrs. L. L. Mckinley. Or. And mrs. Dale Amos spent my favorite chinese breakfast. Sure Christmas evening with or and mrs. Walker. Charles gulp is spending the Christ Mas holidays with Hia Mother. Mrs. Hazel gulp. Henry nor to is improve inf very enough the Church member who makes them at his Foo shop and knows i m 90 fond of them stood Smil ing on the threshold a great bowl of continued on Page four Gomery Jane Marie Williams Bobby Willis Fred Evans Earl Knopp Ruth Wayne and Dorothy Burkins. Fire company banquet do not make any Date for next Fri Day night january 5, because we want you at the fire company ban Quet at the car Del hotel this will be a Stag party for members of the fire company. Plenty of Good eats York county throughout i fight. Second your re will help the society in the clerical work connected on thanksgiving Day we wrote i w the this Campaign. We Are required you All asking you to support tuberculosis work by the Purchase of Christmas seals. Many of you have replied to this request. But at least of these letters still lie unanswered on desks and on tables in offices and seals Nupur chased. They will fight no tuberculosis there. They help no one in the Bat to Send a reminder to All persons making no reply by a certain Date. Naturally we do not wish to annoy you with such a reminder. Neither do we wish to increase our expenses by sending out a Large number of those reminders. If your reply whatever it May be is received within the next week it will save time Money and tie against tuberculosis until they j Effort for the society. Won t you help have been answered with a contrib i us in both ways. Look up that letter tion. The fight against tuberculosis today and Send us a reply Here in York county must be con i we Are hoping for your support tinted. J and co operation in this matter which perhaps one of these unanswered is close to the hearts of All of us. Letters is on your desk. Won t you look it up and do something about it Send a contribution if you can. If you have any knowledge at All of what and plenty of real entertainment. If tuberculosis Means to the human fam you have not been approached in re i ily you will help a Little even if you i with All Best wishes of use Holiday season i am sincerely yours or. John m. Morria general Seal Saie chairman returns May be mailed or returned Gards to a ticket see a member of i have to stretch a bit to do it. Your j to the York county tuberculosis so the committee. R. O. Mclaughlin John r. Roberts . Help is needed More now than Ever. Your prompt reply will help in two ways. First your contribution will As sure to tuberculosis patients the i hence of care and help in their piety room 4, comr Unity service building 134 w. Philadelphia Street York pa., or left in the collection Box. In Delta Harkin s store is our substation. Lewsi apes

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