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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately corer Nir Southern York comfy and Northern Harford Conaty Maryland vol. La. No. 5 Delta York county pa., thursday february 2, 1933 established 1878 locals birthday meeting held thursday at m. P. Church Delta Cardiff Whiteford miss Marguerite Kinsley of Wil Mington miss Margaret Galbreath of Delta and or. James l. Garey of Baltimore spent the week end with mrs. Agnes Garey of state College a. Or. And mrs. Elmer Robinson and daughter Edith Ann of Bel air visited his brother William j. Robinson and family on sunday. Miss Marguerite Kinsley of Wil Mington and Cousin or. James l. Garey of Baltimore were dinner guests of mrs. J. T. Galbreath and family on saturday. Or. And mrs. Milton Thompson of Kalmia md., entertained on sunday her sister miss Pauline Robinson and Willard Smith of Delta. Mrs. Warren Pennington and the ladies auxiliary of the Delta methodist protestant Church held their annual birthday meeting on thursday afternoon at the Church. A Cox ered dish luncheon was served at o clock. The tables were grouped and decorated to represent the four seasons. The following interesting program was Given song prayer i by Rev. B. F. Ruley address of Wel 1 True come mrs. James March table mrs. C. Crawford j Joseph Beard i daughter Charlotte of near White Ford were guests on saturday after chairman Reading Galbreath and j mrs. George v. Cordion Solo mrs. William Pyle july noon of mrs. J. T. Daughter Isabel. Chairman recitation j Reading my mrs. Alexan j Der Lee piano Solo souvenir d am miss Enid Lewis april table j miss Anna Jones chairman Reading j easter scripture Reading Luke 24th chapter mrs. Joel cant j Ler address. Rev. B. F. Ruley May i table mrs John a. Judd chairman i duet the Church in the mrs. George Cantler and mrs. C. O Brown june table mrs. W. T. Brown. I Brown s sex j a miss Helen Smith Delta r.d., was the guest of miss Pauline Robinson on saturday. Miss Isabel Galbreath was the guest of miss Charlotte Pennington on saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Paul Boyd and daughters Jane and Charlotte or. And mrs. William Cooper Are spend ing a few weeks in Florida. Or. And mrs. William Fisher and son Billy have returned from a trip to Florida mrs. Louisa Mcfadden is spending a few weeks with her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Howard Ham Ilton. Mrs. Clarence James of Lancaster county was visiting relatives Here recently. Mrs. J. T. Galbreath and daughter Isabel were callers at the Home of Rev. And hrs. John Hammond on monday afternoon. Misses Edith Fisher and Kathryn dinner guests of the former s parents or. And mrs. William j. Fisher on tues Day evening. Or. And mrs. Robert Williams and mrs. Hubert p. Harkins spent tues Day and wednesday in York. Or. C. P. Morton entertained the pitch club at his Home on Chestnut Street on monday evening. Or. And mrs. William Snodgrass motored to York wednesday. Ernest Roberts was a York visitor on tuesday. Mrs and mrs. H. P. Harkins entertained or. And mrs. Laurance lock Hart to dinner on wednesday evening. W. R. Williams and Leroy Wil Liams spent monday in York. Mrs. John stump and daughters Are spending a few Days in Dallas town with relatives. Charles Davis son of mrs. Sydna Davis Delta has accepted a position As assistant cashier of the Darby Bank Darby a. Mrs. J. T. Galbreath was the guest her brother Frank Posey and wife Oyork on wednesday. Mrs. Frank Enfield has been ill at her Home. Mrs. Sydna table miss Hilda Kilburn chairman Solo Beautiful Garden of miss Winifred Harvey Reading a i boy s miss Hilda Kilburn August table mrs. Emma Cantler i chairman Trio Polly Woodle Doo mrs. A. O. Brown mrs. Emma j Cantler and mrs. Warren Williams september table Jones chairman i miss Cassandra i composition on j song school misses Cassandra Jones Hilda Kilburn Winifred Harvey mrs. Samuel Gem Mill and mrs. David Hughes october table miss Alma Macomber chair Man Reading by mrs. S. James Wilson song Onward Chris Tian november table mrs. Peter Smith chairman Reading thanksgiving mrs. Emma Cantler Reading to the heaps opposes allotment Bill mrs. Ellen s. Burke observes 90th bid today mrs. Ellen Steward Burke one of Delta s oldest residents observed the Rev. B. P. Ruley december table 90th anniversary of her birth on last mrs. J. C. Crawford chairman scrip she attended services at the i Community club i to hold meeting regular monthly meeting of Tekev Cardiff Community club will be Heldt vat the Home of or. And mrs. Davis East main Ture Reading Matthew 2nd chapter piano Solo silent miss Enid Lewis Reading a trap for Santa mrs. Hugh january table mrs. C. O. Brown chairman recitation Jim s mrs. Walter Cantler february table mrs. Fran Cis Jones chairman dialogue mrs. Warren Williams singing Jingle those present were mrs. Caleb Williams mrs. Alexander Lee mrs. Joseph Beard mrs. Millard Jones mrs. Warren Williams mrs. Phineas Morris mrs. J. C. Crawford mrs. Walter Cantler mrs. Alpha Payne mrs. Ralph Duncan mrs. C. O. Brown mrs. Hugh Hughes mrs. Joel Cantler mrs. James Wilson mrs. Al Bert Ruff mrs John Grimm mrs. Ida Ayres mrs. Alonzo Welsh mrs. David Hughes mrs. William Pearce George Cantler mrs. Benjamin Amos mrs. Henry Poff mrs. J. J. Ruff mrs. Francis Jones mrs. Harry Colvin mrs. Frank Glenn mrs. George v. Garber mrs. Emma cant Ler mrs. W. T. Brown mrs. J. A. Judd mrs. William Pyle mrs. Sum Merfield Rigdon mrs. Samuel Gem Mill misses Cassandra Jones Enid Lewis Anna Parry Hilda Kilburn Ann Jenness Doretha Cantler Delores and Dorothy Colvin Margaret Wil Liams Hulda Smith Anna Jones Hilda Jones Winifred Harvey Laura Boswell Phyllis Morris Rev. B. F. Slateville Church in the morning according to custom and later received Many of her friends who called to congratulations wishes. Mrs. Burke has one brother John Steward of lion who is 88 years of age and another Stockton who is Pearly 81. The three Are All that re main of a family of eleven children born to the late or. And mrs. Nehe Miah Steward. The late or. A. Stew Ard was a brother. They were born on a farm near Delta. Mrs. Burke s husband Charles Burke died in february 1918. William Pyle on Friday 3, at 8 o clock. Evening sewing society the following teachers and pupils of the Delta schools enjoyed a hike on tuesday evening and a Doggie misses Katherine Diehl Elaine Lau Virginia Snodgrass Mary meets today the sewing society of slate Ridge Church met at the Home of mrs. Stanley Amos this afternoon at o clock. The hostesses were mrs. I Stanley Amos mrs. Floyd Wyman mrs. Walter Proctor. Mrs. Nelson a. Absence of the president mrs. J. T. And conducted the opening exercises. Prayer by mrs. Walter Proctor. Reci tation by mrs. Edward Dooley. A business meeting was held a social Bour and refreshments were enjoyed. Nearly members of the Mary land state dairymen s association attended the fifteenth annual meeting of the organization last saturday at the lord Baltimore hotel Baltimore. The outstanding feature of the morning session was the outspoken opposition to the farm allotment in a Strong address by i. Wallace heaps Secretary treasurer of the association. One of the objections to the Bill according to or. Heaps was that restricted plantings of crops so As to curtail any limit on the output of the re j suit in More Farmers engaging in the j Dairy business with a resultant Over production and a consequent lowering of the Price of milk. This would be detrimental to the members of the association he said and ought to be opposed. He also went on record As opposing any other Federal Effort to fix the Price of farm products. A number of other speakers among them or. Clyde l. King of Pennsyl Vania seconded or. Heaps in his objection to the measure and demanded More intelligent consideration of the farm situation at the hands of con Gress. Or. Heaps was re elected As a director for the coming year. Three others elected with him were or. R. W. Shermantine Baltimore county Robert Gist Carroll and David Zentz Frederick county. Or. Pearson toastmaster the business meeting was followed by a banquet at which or. Raymond a. Pearson president of the University of Maryland acted As toastmasters mayor Jackson extended the Greet Ings of the City and t. Barton Harrington speaker of the House of delegates also spoke. Or. Huntington Williams director of the Baltimore City health department was generous in his Praise of the dairymen for their cooperation in raising their Industry to a level As he said any group of its kind in humor for the occasion was furnished by con. Mccole of Wilkes Barre pa., who kept the audience in a Roar of laugh Ter throughout his address. Gladys Jones Emily Proctor Rebecca the following were present mrs. Brooks Sada Pyle and Jennie Schwartz messes. Herbert Jones Robert Macomber William w. Gal breath Joseph Johnston and Edwin i Mclaughlin. Burglars bungle Job three times last thursday night Floyd Wyman mrs. Owen Greider mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Nelson a. Heaps hrs. Walter Stewart mrs Robert Stewart mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. Walter Proctor mrs. Glenn Mclaughlin mrs. Howard Walker mrs. Harold Stokes mrs. Charles Myers mrs. Edward Wilson mrs Richard Rees mrs. J. T Gailey mrs. Mary Proctor mrs. Mary Wise mrs. Hugh a. Evans mrs. Harvey Sidwell mrs William Myers mrs Frank Grove mrs. S j. Adams mrs. Clarence i James mrs. Stanley Amos mrs Eliz triple attempt at robbery yields scant Ama abet Bennington mrs Emory Lowe Turish Constable on the Job. I Griffith mrs. Hugh Scotten mrs. Guy Scarborough and Mary Louise Sidwell. Fawn Grove thieves Drew three Blanks in As Many attempts at robbery in Delta believe thieves used car Eli Garvine a clerk in the Sidwell on tuesday night when the Post store whose residence is across the office the hardware store of c. W. Sidwell son and the warehouse of Robinson Bros were broken into in a fruitless attempt to make a sub Stan Street from the building states that around 3 o clock that morning he was awakened by the sound of an Automo bile starting. The car sped away he and master Kenneth Amos. Street is spending a few Days with mrs. William Grove lion. Or. And mrs. Albert Pele of the Helta p. T. A. Plans unique heaps apartments had As nto Guam for monday night guests on saturday evening or and tial haul. Stamps and pennies to the Saia toward the Maryland line at a w amount of were taken from the rapid Speed. Marks on the ground in i Sidwell store. No loot was taken the other places. Morning indicated that a car had been backed alongside the building i and had been driven off again. Hammer Safe door j Hugh r. Evans a clerk at the Post postmaster gits Busy mrs. Charles Stubbs or. And mrs. J the Delta Parent teacher discovered the attempt at Rob postmaster a. G. Dunlap rimmed Howard s. Allen or. And mrs. Lester j Tion Nold its regular meeting at Bery at that place when he opened i Bitely reported the depredation to the Williams of Delta or. And mrs. John i the Deita High school on monday the office on wednesday morning. The Galbreath Street and or. And mrs. M. F. Baxter Cardiff. Mrs. Ruth Dingey has returned to her work in new Jersey after visit ing at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Thompson for a month. A. T. Bradley was a Baltimore visitor on tuesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan is slowly improving. Miss Kathryn Ward of Jarrettsville visited miss Margaret Findley Friday and saturday. Mrs. Henry Whiteford is visiting i. The South. Or. And mrs. W. R. Williams and or. And mrs. H. J. Evans spent Sun Day with mrs. A. L. Jones of Lan Caster. Ralph Scotten of Delta has been evening february 6, beginning at Knob and handle on the Safe door i Ost office department and called in a lock expert to open the Safe. The o clock had been battered and broken by a j door was taken to Baltimore for re the feature of the evening will be Spike Maul stolen from a Coal bin at j pairs. A special radio television the Maryland Pennsylvania rail this is the third of a series of of in which the following persons will Road station. The culprits failed to i lenses of this character to occur Here participate the Happy the i get the Safe open and left without Rev. H. C. Ramsay mrs. Robert j finding anything of value. Williams miss Rose Bower and mrs Hubert harms. Topics of interest Entrance was gained through a rear within a month. Bungling attempts v. Ere made on the night of january 3 to Rob the safes at the Cardiff Mill window which is about one Story ing company and the John h. Myers pertaining to schools and education j High by using a ladder taken from son lumber company. Then As will be discussed. This is your inv Julie sub station of the Southern i now the would be burglars got Little tation to attend. Delta lady wins prize in Limerick contest Pennsylvania Power company. Use stolen ladder for their pains. Again on tuesday right january 17, the Gailey ice Cream company office was entered taking the ladder with them they j t it no Cash obtained. An Odd Coin 1 proceeded to the Sidwell store where with these burglaries is that mrs. Sydna Davis of Delta was they entered by breaking a pane of they have All occurred on tuesday successful in capturing the second prize of in the weekly contest conducted by the Drych the Only Welsh periodical published at Utica Lent to Phillipi w. Va., where he n. Y. And in the United states has accepted a position with the b. We certainly congratulate mrs. J Davis As a successful contestant in View of the fact that such an array o Railroad company. Continued on Page five Chicken dinner at Munda flatter tie. Glass through which they reached the rights. Lock on the window. The Safe at this Chester o. Holden who was sworn place was not disturbed. Or. As Constable on monday began an of Brilliant competitors have been i previous attempts to burglarized build endeavouring to win the prize. Pen Ings in Delta and Cardiff. The thieves at Robinson Bros warehouse they j investigation As soon As the robberies entered through a toilet window. A j were reported. This will give our sign in the office told them the Safe new Sherlock a Chance to Demon not locked. This precaution Strate his sleuthing abilities and if taken to save the Safe after several to succeeds in running these mis slate Ridge v. T. A. Will meet monday a debate the question that the United states the slate Ridge Parent teacher association will meet at slate Ridge school on monday evening february 6 an interesting program has been arranged. Resolved should cancel the foreign War by messes. Henry Whiteford. Hobart Bay or. Paul Van Helm and Daniel Wilhelm Reading by mrs. Howard Proctor recitation Charlotte Pennington singing by the male Quartetti. Gilbert Evans buried with military honors in achoo cannot be Defeated. Left without loot. Treants to we Hope he May will deserve the plaudits of an aroused Public. The funeral of Gilbert Evans who died at his Home Here on tuesday morning was held on Friday after noon. After services at the Home the cortege proceeded to the Reho both Welsh presbyterian Church where services were conducted by his pastor Rev. John Hammond. The pallbearers were Frank con Ner Fred Voltz David Hughes or. Gahagan or. Brandt and William t. Morris. Those who carried Flowers were mrs. Conner mrs. Henry Poff mrs. Brandt mrs. Fred Voltz mrs. David Hughes misses Bertha neck or and Olive Mckinley. The american legion of Bel air Harford Post no. 39, held the concluding services at the grave Side assisted by a bugler from fort How j Ard. The interment was made in slate Ridge cemetery. The services were largely attended by relatives and friends. Hubert p. Harkins was the funeral director. A play entitled the Good old will be Given in town. Hall saturday evening february 11, at o clock by the pupils of High land High school for the Benefit of the Sunshine class of the methodist protestant sunday school taught by mrs John b. Jamison. Mrs. Ella Mcelwain has returned Home alter spending several weeks with friends and relatives at York lion Woodbine and other places. A h. Morris made a business trip to Baltimore wednesday. About was cleared at the card parly held in Morris Park Hall thursday evening january 26, by the local fire company. Plans Are being made for another card party to be held the same place at o clock thursday evening March 16. Or and mrs. Harvey g. Brown and daughter Betty York visited their parents mrs. Jennie Brown and or. And a h Morris Over the end mrs. Paul e. Thompson and son Carroll Delta spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. B. F. Morris. J. H Allen has been confined to bed for Tho past week with the grip mrs. Arthur Moore Street md., spent tuesday with her aunts. Miss Nannie and Mattie Barton of near Here. Or. And mrs George a. Ruff and daughter Luella Ruth were entertained at dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. Lester Kreidler Spry Sun Day. Or and mrs. William Anderson entertained the following saturday evening or. And mrs. Ramsay Sny Der or. And mrs. Elmer Warner and son Austin or. And mrs. Roy Bur i Kins and daughter Clara Amelia mrs. J Nora Torbert and daughters Etta Louise and Olive. Elmer Wise twin son of mrs James Webb this place and who has been employed for several years at continued on Page fire by Iuspa Pekul

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