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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 1, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaLi-8 our part the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsyl Vania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 5 Delta York county thursday february establish Mii appoint r. E. Glenn receiver of Valley school notes sketches of Mission work c. T. U. Meets Robert Craig of slate Hill return Bank. De to his Nome after a recent visit i at the Home of or. And mrs. George Leenor and family of Lancaster Robert e. Glenn red lion for j county. Mer clerk of the courts of York j or. And mrs. John m. Ayres and county has been appointed receiver j family spent sunday afternoon with of the people s National Bank by j. Jar. And mrs. Walter Wise. F. T. O Connor comptroller of the miss Isabel Hughes is spending a depicted by Muriel Ramsay with mrs. Garber a Day on the Mission Field continued from last week i the regular meeting of the w. To. U. Was held at the Home of mrs. Noah s Ark echoed with child Ren s laughter for the next few hours. You can t put your fingers into a a of _ currency to fill the position left a i week with or. And mrs Harold Orr suckm8" to cant Bihe death of John e. Boisseau. And children of Philadelphia. So Lac was i a or. Glenn is widely known in this or. And mrs. John e. Mayes and Vicinity having spent his boyhood daughter Pauline and Russell Smith Days in. Delta making his Home with of York spent sunday with mrs. Or. Kilgore. He received his Early Catharine Krick. Pot of Honey without a few drops of and a number of Young sters Back with me to the boat. The Gingham dog the Calico cat and the other rag dolls were spread out George Garber on wednesday after constant ram of coloured leaves a Bank receiver expires suddenly of heart attack suffering a heart attack shortly noon. Mrs. Clarence Switzer was the after to retired on thursday night where the canals were narrow Leader conducted the devotional John e Boisseau receiver for the great Trees clasped hands Over excises followed by Praver b mrs. I people s National Bank of Delta sex Garber. Mrs. John Hammond i tired suddenly at Midnight at the was Leader of the crusade meeting. Home of or. And mrs. Arthur Rob the ladies prayer meeting was in i Inson. Cardiff. He was sixty three White arched Bridges peeped out All cd of org m Macomber years four months and Nineteen Days along the Way. Over the topic Foj. Discussion was the of age. Gains dressed m their warm velvets word to this was fou owed by the deceased had been suffering their Scarlet fleeced in the still water below. Quaint shrines pagodas temples and from Stem to Stern. And of course of every Hue was a sky of deep Blue b mrs Charies Myers the with a severe cold Foi two education in the Public schools Here. I Milton Johnson spent sunday after they raided the Wacks and and of White Meltln closed the w c t v weeks but so emed to be improving. F wonderful picture books Clouds. Truly it i. He had much experience in noon with his Friend Paul Scarbor Legal affairs and in settling up is Ough. Tates through his business connect j mrs. Daniel Stewart spent Friday tons in selling1 real estate insurance with mrs. Clayton Kerr and Daugh i and bonding and through his term As ters Hazel and Dorothy. American ten cent stores. Chinese 1 the Lover of out of doors children have so few playthings fun to entertain them. Was a Day made for bin edition. Or. Boisseau was a native of Rich those present were mrs. Clarence mond a he was a former vice arrived at Mutu half Way Home Switzer mrs. M. S. Macomber mrs. President the National Union Bank i could stand it no longer. Who could v. G. Stub tas mrs. Amelia Bay mrs. Of Baltimore and later the Baltimore supper was exactly like lunch sit St and study on such a Day s. J. Wilson mrs. John Hammond Trust company the two institutions clerk of courts of York county. He i miss Margaret Henry spent thurs being lunch warmed Over in Good i taking with me the notes for my j mrs. William Brown mrs. A. H. Combined. Previous to his served in the latter capacity for four t Day night with her Friend miss lil native style. But i always enjoy speech the next Day i climbed up on Zimmerman mrs. Butler mrs. J Balti Lnore appointments he had been years from 1927 until january 2, 1932. Lian Smith. Supper More because of the cosiness he also served his Home town of red j Ralph Houser and Edward Burk of eating it by the Light of our Dinky lion As a Borough official being presi a visited or. And mrs. Thomas Burk Little kerosene lamp Dent of town Council at the time j sunday. I violin hymn books and a lantern when More than Worth of j Edward Burk is now moving to his were then picked up in a hurry As Street construction work was done new Home at Edgewood my. To his business pursuits of real is j mrs. Arthur Maglaughlin Tate insurance and bonding he main daughters Nora Lillian and Hilda time for an evangelistic service. Gains two offices one at 2830 West visited Thomas Burk on sunday. At the first Bow of the the we found our Way thru the narrow and streets to the Little red Church again Broadway red lion and the other or. And mrs. Georg Segnor and began to fill. Some came to 13 South George Street York. Family of Lancaster spent saturday hear the music some to learn a or. Glenn in announcing his a i evening with or. And mrs. Daniel character or two from the big hymn ointment said that he will make every Effort to administer the affairs of the closed Bank to the Best inter ests of All concerned in the institution. He promised courteous treat ment and a Square Deal to everyone. It is hoped the Bonds of receivership will soon be lifted from this closed sheets some to hear the preaching or. And mrs. Kenneth Kilgore of which followed not a few of Havre de Grace spent sunday with course to see the foreign or. And mrs. Hugh w. Kilgore. Chinese clothes. Bula Beard has returned to school the last nine Miles to Soochow. Not far from the town of Mutu i Letitia Kent. Shore and much to the concern of George v. Garber mrs. Charles i connected with the new York Tele Wang announced that i would mrs. Henry Poff and miss iphone company. On August 8, 1933 he was appointed receiver of the people s Bank of Delta. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Edith Boisseau and a brother Fitz Patrick Boisseau Cincinnati o. He to chanced to fall in with a. Peasant woman going Home from Market. Aren t you the foreigner i just mrs. W. H. Galbreath has returned other i.oc4l happenings of interest saw in she asked. You were in Chang s Wun Dun shop. How did you happen to know mrs. Yes i was i replied try ing to persuade mrs. Chang to come in with us to the Hospital in Soochow. She is sick. But she would t come today. She is needed in the shop. And she s afraid of jllta.9 j. La 9u1luis1alter being absent on account of ill first miss Wang spoke earnestly j Ashe walked along the canal Road was unable to attend the funeral due to her Home in Delta after spending to illness. Two weeks with relatives in Oxford. I funeral services were held at pro mrs. Paul Wiley was admitted to the York Hospital on monday for a tonsil operation. Horace Harvey an employee at the Delta Market House is on the sick list. Edward a. Wilson Cardiff and or. Edward Proctor of Baltimore spirit edly. Then the pastor spoke. Together she asked me Many returned from a ten Day trip to mrs. Mary b. Maglaughlin is was to those j Tonsi Marvel de especially that n at Anlo 1 to to vol at institution by the organization of the spending sometime with or. And mrs. That i could in should have come .1 Psi Jav us Rno inv test if intr _ distance miss Edna Orr of Constitution new Delta Bank. Letters outlining Garfield Ward and family. The new plan have been mailed to i or. Swartz assistant county super my yawns but the crowd last our hardly play the last hymn for staffing 1from America to China to Uve Here the week end with her cousins of course i told her of the message or. And mrs. Albert Ruff. Subs Cathedral Baltimore on saturday at 2 o clock. Tho Rev. Or. Niever of Washington d. C., officiated. The pallbearers were Henry Whiteford Arthur Robinson w. R. Williams or. Paul Wilhelm j. R. Williams and h. J. Evans. Interment was made in Greenmount cemetery Baltimore. Funeral director h. P. Harkins had charge of funeral arrangements. Others attending from Here in addition to the above mentioned pall bearers w. , Wil Smith Curtis Johnson Milo the depositors. These letters should intended was at the Valley school jul which had brought me. She had never _ Arm Urs Onson Milo be signed and returned to the rear i Friday afternoon. Hearts followed the wistfully him Fifer new Mil moved into the House Mam Street Williams and Teroy Williams. Mrs. Be signed and returned to the rear i Friday afternoon. A animation. Committee h. White j Percy Carter Leonard Cooper and As the last ones finally left Wondel know who Jesus did not Rumary s. Ford chairman not later than feb a Willis Krick Are absent from school Long How Many had really heard his Joy of Ion account of sickness. Volce and was Brave to an or. And mrs. Harvey Stewart and ser cal1 of me galilean. It family spent sunday afternoon with i or. And mrs. Daniel Stewart. Economics cd Tab meets at Oak Ico Home the slate Hill Home economics class met january 25 at the Home Walter Carico. Miss Helen Matheis demonstrated the economical uses of different parts of meat which the farm wife has at Butcher ing time. Those present were mrs. Walter Carico mrs. Ellen Gentry Chester Mclaughlin mrs. Shaffer mrs. Howard Jenkins mrs. James Kerr mrs. Samuel Stewart mrs. Or. And mrs. John Jacobs of Baltimore visited John d. Jacobs and superstition and of age old custom to such a stand for him. Poet lived in Galilee daughter mrs. Clarence Wiley on his Mother dearly knew him. Sunday. His Beauty like a Cooling tree was. Of the High bleat a. A wondering heart like miss Sada Pulci daughter of e. E. Hers for the very first time the Vale has one in trading. A the York tand of the gave Hospital York Penna. The woman was much inter mrs e1hs h Hughes is visiting ested and continued to ask questions gon Ard daughter in Law or. And As she trudged along. When she re t hug Hes place our ways mrs Emilj Hoff no recently i parted we were both loth to part. Underwent an operation at the Union recently vacated by mrs. J. T. Gal i Boisseau s brother or. Brown of new York was also in attendance miss Ida May Ayres is absent from Drew All the people to him. School on account of sickness. Howard Singleton spent sunday a poet died in Galilee infant son of Center pastor expires on Mon. Little David infant son of Rev. And mrs. Everett c. I said and will look for the Chapel on mrs. William Fisher is a patient the Center presbyterian Church of the Stone Road in Soochow where i at Union memorial Hospital. She new Park went to be with god Mon j i will surely Tell my daughters memorial Hospital Baltimore is in and grandchildren about she proving As Well As can be expected. Afternoon with Jason Cooper and son they stared at him and Eim car Moro about the Jesus will Romain for observation for some Day morning january 79, at Sidney. What do in von and Tia _ _ f Foj. _ Sidney. What would they do to you and me Edna Krick spent saturday after k we could say we knew noon with or. And mrs. Garrison Workman bound. Mrs. M. H. Arbuckle of Philadel this phia is visiting her parents or. And for a a bit tired but very glad to be time Home again i paid my respects to the or and mrs James e. Schenck after a Brief illness due to streptococcal empyema. Had been a Walter Wilhelm mrs. Thorle Cooper mrs h j Handley. Bathtub As soon As i arrived. We have vrho have been confined to bed for patient in the York Hospital less than our own Well and electric pump sup he past few weeks with pneumonia a week. Although every treatment of is As Een sue a perfect Day thu of the foreign Are Able to be about again. Medical skill was attempted to keep s was residences and the Hospital with mrs c a. Snodgrass is confined him with us the master called him. With a roving foot. Running we car. How appreciates to her bed by illness. Miss Jones is the master Gardener miss Helen Matheis miss Carrie i mrs. John Smith is visiting her just As the Sun popped up Over the oils luxury after Rural Home Condi in attendance. Mclaughlin and miss Romaine Kerr. Daughter in Lancaster mrs. Gertrude mountains of Light and Blessing sons f or weeks of Elli the next meeting a held feb Gavegan. I opened my eyes and pres How Good it seemed to by abbe to entry became aware that the old stand up straight and stretch and Herc. When miss Matheis will give the 2nd the series of three demonstrations Over or bump t the ceiling elect John Macomber treas. Of Penna. Spent Ark was a we had lifted afternoon with or. Ana mrs. Anchor. The Crew was evidently Graham Thompson. Anxious to get Home. Edwell Beard spent saturday after _ _ i i Boatmen what s the big noon with Lawrence Burk. J Albert Steele Ancl Buie Ailes visited called therys the Valley school on Friday. The meeting or. And mrs. Elmer Miller or. I this is the Day we Back to meeting. And mrs. Addison Miller Oliver Bur answered our Boatmen Book under my Arm i joined the needed a More Flower in his Beautiful Garden. Ellis h. Hughes of Baltimore j on tuesday evening from 7 to 9 week end with relatives p. M. Friends were invited to the Sajise to see Little David in his crib or. And mrs. John m. Galbreath among family of Lititz pa., took Din m Sci with or mrs w h Gal he one Arm u pet Avo Oil dog. G one s head against the ceiling Ivi is Vav he was Laid to rest in the Center it was monday night too that Breaul sunday the former is Church cemetery after a want station supper and Praver from let Ltd and greeting and perhaps a business to cd vol the Church by had the Milfor meeting. Tucking the station mute f i am. Kins Mary Wilson Anna Mary Lee three. Other eight making up and Mary Burkins visited or. And did t i know it i was called our station group this year at the John z. Macomber son of or. And mrs. Thomas Burk on sunday. Home to speak before a lot of Home next door. Knives and Forks mrs. Marion Macomber this or. And mrs. James Mackison jr., preachers an ordeal i thoroughly and spoons and table cloths and was elected state treasurer of the and children Jimmie Ard Jane spent dreaded and we had Only been foreign food once More How Good Young men s democratic league of i sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. From for two weeks it Xmas to see everyone again and to Pennsylvania at the annual league h. J. Handley and . How the i asked. Converse in English after these two Clay p. Whiteford c Iod Suchit tily it convention held in Harrisburg on Strom Itu it weeks away than came not m i 1k g olrunj4 tit Sci if Vord Lilc Stelcl la n t in 1 1 n Olin to i i inc january 15 the other officers elected i that Happy hour of at 11 o cock. Was were president Howard Thornton meets Boatman. Weekly Dac to an quack of Acula Inui isl Lon. At Cardiff Home Good. But Well have to drop place sharing each other s work and she was -19 years of a Loii to of . It. It. Conic Irun to thut baby Javia is now Sale m the arms of Nav p. While Ford mrs. Marion r. Niru of training school to open Philadelphia vice president Stephen Mercer Erie and Secretary Herbert e. Jackson Harrisburg. Anchor till ten o clock for we mrs Whiteford was a Mcmair of the league consists of approximately members representing every county of the state except two. The state league is the Parent the fill i District us Hirard Lead old six Cost Tutu i it s Nus cents Corne 9, her parents or and mrs. .1. How first night Ard Stubbs. Delta a twin sister mrs. A n until Eif Fht jew. L. Mccornick of Philadelphia other begin at Orville Gehr mrs. Alia Hughes mrs. Later in wind and the slurs Are out and a brother Walter Stubbs lans the executive committee which Charles Brot in mrs. Warren Wil to Tow our boat up Stream. We j and the breath of the night Sweet n r o is or Wiliams. Misses Laura and or 0 just Tho hour when the j the funeral will be held saturday thu class it Nodurf. For _ presided. After the Busi great Tai Lake. What a Day Gani Lauon Ness meeting the social hour was and what fun to feel the ropes tug throughout the state. There Are sixty enjoyed by gig m my hand As up went the big refreshments were served to the White the. At a five county leagues and two Hundred Siulc hair so name lne Ark Gorwara 1 following mrs. Emma Cantler mrs. With a lurch and thirty local leagues in Pennsyl Vania. Breakfast. What Rupiec of. Id any Fly any soul ask than this Tor one Lay the Road wide and the slurs Are out Clay i. Are Throe child Ren Mabel 33, Scott 13, and consists of the four officers of the league direct the affairs of the state Dorytha can tier messes. Edward Roswell and Ralph Cantler. No Kroon too league in the interval of time be tween the annual conventions. Harry b. Myers the Delegate to name k. K. Hec Kivko the state convention from the York county league nominated or. A camber for state treasurer. But a very heavy Clumsy old House wanderlust i boat again. Two men harnessed would size upon my feet. Themselves to the Tow rope while the rut pm Tum from third culled and managed the rudder j of seven valleys Bank i i sat on the front deck studying the next convention of the state league will be held at Wilkes Barre in january 1935. Cardiff Community club the Cardiff Community club will hold their regular meeting at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter proc Tor on Friday evening february 2, at 8 o clock. As we slipped along there was a missionary society Robert e. Nicely Muddy Creek Forks has been appointed receiver of the seven valleys National Bank which has been in charge of a con Servator since March 4. Liquidation of this closed institution will be started at once. Deposits made in the Bank while it was in operation under restrictions will be paid in full while creditors of the Bank when it february 8, 1934. The hostesses will my heart singing for Joy in the fairy and Tho on my face land thru which we were passing. I afternoon meeting at the Home at 2 o clock with further services in slate the Uio school Are Iville presbyterian Church at do an a h Graybeal Regis open Rev. E. W. Jones will officiate. Fun mrk a publicity Cral director John l. Norris has cd Large of funeral arrangements. And leave the splendor of out of doors for a human dwelling the regular meeting of the slate Ville missionary society will be held at the Delta Chapel on thursday closed on March 4. Will receive ments distributed Over the period of the receivership. To mrs. Gilpin Stubbs mrs. William Stubbs mrs. T. H. Wheeler and mrs. Clarence Switzer. Social service club the social service club of slate Villo and Vicinity will hold regu Lar meeting at the Delta Chapel on Friday evening february 2. A Cov ered dish dinner will be served at eight o clock. Each Mem tour is urged i. T. A. Meeting slate Ridge Parent teacher s association will meet in the school on monday evening february 5, at 8 o clock. Miss Mary b. Risteau of the state Board of education has accepted the invitation to address this meeting and miss Switzer will recite. All parents and patrons of the e school arc cordially invited to attend and hear the reports of the work being come and bring a f Riend if possible dope to beautify the school grounds. treasurer Rockey instructors Rev. Paymond e. Manley will present in the Rev. E shelling will give the study of and Rev. Robert b. Wierer will teach a course on the life of the registration fee will be very reasonable so we Hope a Large num Ber of students will enrol from Tho schools and churches for we feel it will be a spiritual Benefit to All who May be Able to attend a consecrated trained. Leadership will build the kingdom of in Paperi

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