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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 8, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaHerald times we do our fart the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 6 Dexta York county pa., thursday february auxiliary holds meeting at Garber Home Valley school notes Harvey Stewart John Hutton and son Harry Clyde Boggs and misses a Short Story of j place electrical life in India equipment orders Pylesville Llach j miss Elizabeth Black spent the Margaret and Dorothy Henry spent missionary work in India to provide for Power sup with her parents or. And sunday evening with or. And mrs. Very hard during 1933 ply for Pennsylvania rail b. A Black. Or. And mrs. Howard Baldwin of York and or. And mrs. William Jesse Hutton. Secretary Wallace i addresses farm Bureau meeting or. And mrs. Robert porch or. J through the Courtesy of or. W. H. The ladies auxiliary of the Del and mrs. Evan Cooper and family j Galbreath we Are Able to give our to m. Church met at the Home of Jrobert mrs Charles Keller readers a few ideas of missionary i Road electrification daughter mrs. Anna Cooper mrs. Gorge Garber on thursday afternoon. Mrs. William t. Brown the spent Galbreath president presided. Miss Anna Jones sunday with or. And mrs. Randall read the scripture followed by prayer j Morris and daughter. Kiss Laura Boswell chairman of the i Jimmie Mackison spent saturday february entertainment committee work in India As revealed in a letter meat Are being let today by the Safe _ _ _., Lee and Margaret received from his Cousin miss Ellz i Harbor water Power corporation. In Camp be Sundra Etah District u. P., India november 24, 1933 and Pennsylvania water Power l j company. The placing of these con follows president Atterbury s Day at the Home of or. And mrs. John h. Baldwin of Thia place. An address by the Hon. Henry a. Wallace Secretary of agriculture was an outstanding event of the an Nual Maryland farm Bureau Mary my dear cousins announcement that work on the completion of the electrification of the lines of the Pennsylvania Railroad miss Catherine b. Gibbs land agricultural society meeting Wigt which was held in Baltimore from mrs. James w. Meekison or. Had charge of the literary program or my Albert Kriek Wilmington to Washington will which consisted of a Reading mrs. _ daughter Dorothy visited or. And that you have not been in my thoughts be started next week. Power for this 1 Francis Jones duet mrs. Warren mrs. Thomas Burk on sunday. I Many times during the past year but scr Vic from the Susquehanna River i mrs b Frank Howard of this place who has been quite ill with almost bronchial pneumonia for the minister md., spending sometime january 9 to 12. In his address the at the Home of her grandparents. Secretary outlined the conditions in Williams and mrs. Emma Cantler i or and mrs Conley were Jujj every Way this has been the hard to Washington will be supplied by _ visitors of her parents or. And mrs. _ poem miss Laura Boswell. The Fol f Jerp est year i have Ever spent in India the consolidated Gas electric Light lowing committees were appointed for the March meeting social mrs. Vith Paul Higgs of Ridge. Maybe you win forgive me Francis Jones mrs. Orville Gehr mrs. Or. And mrs. Curtis Johnson and w. D. Davis of Delta sunday. William Fantom spent saturday not even to those of my own family Pennsylvania water Power com it if Dnnis to j a Pany and Safe Harbor water Power it has been now Over a year since j corporation which Are known As the my Indian Home after my Aldred group of companies. Alta Hughes mrs. Wilton heaps and son Robert spent sunday afternoon mrs. Anna Hughes entertainment furlough. How glad j these equipment contracts which mrs. Albert Price Between the general or. And mrs. A. H. Wilson of near i Der lying the agricultural situation Jand responsible for the various pro i Grams being carried out in an at tempt to bring production into better balance with demand. He gave particular attention to the situation i the beef cattle and Dairy industries Baltimore past two weeks is improving at this 6 writing. And announced that he hoped to be or. And mrs. Charles Price i to Presont a program for the last thursday at the Home of or. And mrs. Joseph Beard mrs. Caleb in to were t to w r t r in t s Norris. Al Over the District to Welcome me i electric company and Westin House a Baldom of this place Liams mrs. James Lee and mrs. Paul miss Edith Robinson spent comp and Ana Deaver. One new member was re week end with her sister miss mar Cei Ved mrs. Harry Barben. Robinson at the Home of Dale meeting closed with prayer by Rev. B. F. Ruley. Those present were Rev. B. F. Ruley mrs. Ralph Dun can mrs. William t. Brown mrs. Frank Glenn mrs. Alta Hughes mrs. Joel Cantler mrs. S. James Wilson mrs. Harry Barben mrs. Warren Williams mrs. Wilton heaps mrs. Francis Jones mrs. George Garber mrs. William Pearce mrs. Henry Poff mrs. Emma Cantler mrs. J. C. 1 Malone. To Tell me their glad stories j electric manufacturing company has been on sick list for some things which had happened during Aud others will give employment in i time suffering with a very bad cold my Long absence. In some Homes a j mediately to a Large number of men is still confined to the House son had been bom. And great was the m the plants of those companies. The Mackison spent monday Happ mess. A other orders Call for the delivery of the Fimes a beloved son had died and largest single phase water wheel theirs was sad such a sad Story. How Generator Ever built in this country. This Generator which will have a capacity of horsepower will be no one else to whom to it made especially designed for Railroad Supply or. And mrs. Byron p. Hughes and often heard in Llose first few 7 family spent saturday evening with i or you had been Here but we Taew Mowey a to miss Betty Whiteford visited Mas Ter Victor Kilgore on Faaui Day. Ever before and will be installed in the Hydro with his Friend Bennie Burk. I sensation of leaving dear ones and mrs. John m. Ayres and daughters Frienda and n. A were Crawford mrs. Samuel Gemmill mrs Elizabeth and Ida May called on or. And mrs. J. Mac Fulton and family Caleb Williams mrs. Edna stauffer monday be Baclic misses Margaret Williams Laura Rodman Lee spent wednesday night tie Boswell and Dorothea Cantler. Other local happenings of i j j i plated when the head teacher of my misses Edna and Lillian mag laugh fool Hart to to t to Len visited miss Mary Wilson of slate i Hill on saturday afternoon. Forbade him using his eyes before Dairy Industry in a week or two. The Secretary was introduced by Gover nor Albert c. Ritchie. Another event was the annual ban Quet which was presided Over by Miles h. Fairbank Secretary of the Maryland farm Bureau. The entire program for the evening was de voted to entertainment. Speakers at the various sessions included the Hon. Howard w. Jackson mayor of Baltimore Charles t. Cockey jr., president of the Mary ibid farm Bureau or Thomas b. Sijmons director of the University of Maryland Extension Roy f. Bergengren executive Secretary of the credit Union National Extension Bureau Edward a o Neal president of the american farm Bureau fed s own High on monday near Pylesville. 1on county lot Tux lines at Perryville Maryland Sharon who has been on Balti we county r. S. Brown doctor i _ a county agent for Talbot county miss Robert Walter jr., spent last sat urday with his cousins Charles and Viola Swift of Whiteford. Mrs. Warren Glasgow of White Ford who recently underwent an operation at the York Hospital still me realize More hew much some one is needed to help j electric Plant at Safe Harbor. In remains quite ill at this writing. These poor people and How glad i am eluded also in the contracts is a fre i of t Clyde Boggs spent Friday night the one to do it therefore the com Quency Charger of approximately or mrs Warren horsepower rating. And daughter Charlotte spent last sunday at the Home of the former s the plans of the Pennsylvania a i father Carroll Pennington of Jar and again i say i was glad Ter Power company provide for re Tsvi Lle. The building of a horsepower mrs. Thomas Swift a quite ill at and planned to get Slep up transformer station and of a her Home near Here soon and every tension transmission line con Mer Baldom of arrangement for doing so was com a i j Tinct my this station of Safe Harbor Kennett Square called on relatives a electric Catlon work o the ule list for sometime is now mrs. Dale Malone who underwent an operation in the York Hospital last week is slowly improving. Or. And mrs. Charles w. Hill Wilmington del., and miss Ann he aps a student at Goldey College spent the week end at the Home of the latter s parents or. And mrs. Newton heaps Pylesville. Miss Margaret Mobley spent Sun Tho first of the so the on Day afternoon with or. And mrs. Or the school to keep open was for me Fri Lam Byron p. Hughes. The Valley school children Are in to teach his classes and supervise other teachers. I was disappoint _ Joying the Snow very much and Hope de not to get to the a macs at Baltimore tunnels by the consolidated Pennsylvania Railroad proceeds m to go about his daily duties. Mrs. Annie Mitchell who cared for service an additional Power Supply mrs. B. Frank Howard during ill j will be provided South of the Ness has returned to her Home in it will continue for awhile. Mrs. Pyle of Havre de Grace visited her parents or. And mrs. John Fantom recently. Albert Steele visited the Valley school tuesday afternoon. Once but it was a great Joy to get re acquainted with those 20 boys and girls in the school and to have the p Ivilene of teaching term every Day. Gas electric Light and Power com Pany of Baltimore requiring As outlay a that company of Havvard of Cardiff. Our Christmas celebrations expenditures of the three compan were a Success a11 the Ion of the Aldred group in connection the Rev. H. C. Ramsay who has i Thompson recently visited his and grown cil Joyed the with the electrification of the Penn some Little anxiety but is now in pupj1 Virginia Pierson of Dobb make proved. He preached at Aberdeen ferry a i. Y. A Little of per than the i be of a Large gives dinner to i baseball team members of the Whiteford base were entertained at a tur by the manager j. Mal at his Home on thursday As a Reward for winning the md., sunday february 4 with great pleasure and with no ill effects Fol lowing. Miss Alice Wheeler spent the week end with friends in Philadelphia. Mrs. Alfred Peele has returned to her Home in Cardiff after spending Willis Krick has returned to school of being absent on account sick chess. Miss Martha Miller visited , mrs. Samuel Miller Bridgeton recently. Year before for they have so Many festivals in the hindu and Moham portion of this Money will be spent in the pen mar league last for labor. Season. The is composed of Lavinia Engle director of the Mary land league of women voters e. G. Jenkins state boys club agent miss Dorothy Emerson state girls agent or. Walter e. Campbell president of the Maryland veterinary medical association Dewitt c. Wing agricultural adjustment administration William f. Schluderberg pres ident of the William Schluderberg t. J. Kurdle company or. E. N. Cory state entomologist and s. B. Shaw chief of the Maryland state department of markets. Affiliated organizations holding their meetings in connection with the i Arm Bureau included the Maryland Loelan religions that they Are Apt to the eee a inc Uimer Gutsu were item her fed the Christian a counties. Pennsylvania m Baltimore Judson Mcnutt a d Mack j not of in when they first be Maryland Ald m the Lloyd. Stanley Lloyd Francis Chil-1 Aller Oli come christians. But everyone came territory where these Power and theron vote Ford Jame i away from the celebrations last year transmission facilities will be located Morris John will largely Benefit from these sex mrs. H. Harkins and mrs., Westerman Robert Williams of Delta Are in f Joying a motor trip to Florida. They were joined in Baltimore by mrs., 1 Macwilliams. John z. Macomber a student at i Dickinson College is spending the local labor in Lancaster and York association i Whiteford the dinner guests were keepers association tobacco veg crop improvement As Whiteford James Socia Tion Home and Community Corn Hyde Dooley Nii the. 4-h club conference and i heaps. Doo n re targeting conference. Ley wite Ford Thoria a h. Brady the equipment neck Sriry to supp y Marvin Jones Howard Fowler Ien the Pennsylvania Railroad for the Welch Stanley Amos Frank Day jr., r of t to selves this was kept from me duration of its trains South of the and a Malford Dooley. A Btl after Christmas and i was glad it Susquehanna River will be ready for v t a its for it would have been sad to delivery of Power before the end of e o i in the pm Navy card Al about it just As soon the year. -----4. T 5 rus i had gotten Back. But when t i i mid year vacation with his parents or. And mrs m. S. Macomber. The Crri a it no longer in hot an per in both sides i found out tie truth county fair Temperance petitions Are beginning _ or. And mrs. William Snodgrass circulate again. Evidently these quit until the liquor How things had been going on while i was away one Little thing after interesting program Given i at missionary Belfi Htseng j the re sugar meeting of the slate i Ridge sewing society held on t in Yoi nor thursday afternoon at the Home of another had to to continued on Page two mrs. R i. Stubbs Wiiiam Fisher people and son Bill visitors. Mrs patient at the Pital under observation. I in York is ear enough. The 4. J. T i writer Hopes the Effort will be sue a very interesting meeting was held by the Shawsville Grange a or rats to mrm there is one Point i would re la tuesday evening. W. H. Day of in i. Spec fully urse that these efforts Street md., installed the officers for i shall not be construed As attacks upon the year. Those installed were Mas i. I Ter w. R. Bay overseer Roy Mciiwain Secretary mrs. Beulah an Derson treasurer a. E. Slade. Or. J. C. Macomber was among the York count ians who attended a of the school directors and Secretary a in Harrisburg on tues the regular meeting Assn. Elects officers people s missionary society of Charles Lytle thl devotional ans Villa Church was Hekl at the Home j exercises were in chars u of mrs. F. Fair association of Harford or. And mrs. Arthur Kair. Mcguigan. The Secretary a report Howard Proctor mrs. I w Jenkins or the president 3." meet text Book today y youth and Llad us tomorrows mrs c. C. Readings i of Iru Afi in ing Hugh Bailey with w. H. Day As Secretary. Hamilton Amos was re Kridler response mrs. Arthur Bair elected president of the association Reading Fie Bird Viola Kentucky Ere Given by miss Margaret Stew Day wednesday and thursday this week. Of individuals whether Sellers or con Sumers. Temperance folks conscientiously hate drink but not the in in the Delta highs Hool building Stantial balance which excelled most Drinker. They fight the traffic in saturday february 10, at p. M. Fair associations the past year. Alcoholics but they love the users several patriotic speeches will be de i because they Hurt themselves in slivered by prominent citizens the every Way. Saloons Are injurious to assemblage will listen to a message the business of our towns their Wel from president Roosevelt broadcast fare reputation and Progress but from Washington to All scouts and there is to no quarrel with individuals patronize them. Those who sell card party the p. T. A. Of slate Ridge High school will hold a subscription card party in heaps motor company Hall at Cardiff Maryland on monday february 12 at p. M. A special feature of the evening will be a pitch tournament. Bring your pitch team and come. Bridge and five Hundred will also be played. Be in f y it i a sa.8 s s 5 8 s s x and favor the drink Are Given to despising and persecuting the tem Perance Cranks but they do not persecute them in return for they Are to bless and not to curse Pray for their enemies and not to despise them. Ministers and churches must wage War on John Barleycorn but they Are not allowed to cease their sympathy and prayers for the victims 01 d. Elta. Those interested in this great move ment for boys. The hearing of this speech will be through the Courtesy of the Southern Pennsylvania Power company. Fire company meeting a Short but important meeting of the Cardiff fire company will be held at heaps Hall on Friday even s Surprise Harford family on anniversary or. And mrs. W. H. Day were agreeably surprised on january 26 when a number of their friends Gath ered at their Home to help celebrate their forty second wedding anniversary. Those present were the Rev. And mrs. W. A. Price or. And mrs. W. F. Stubbs or. And mra. Gilpin Stubbs or. And mrs. Osborne heaps Calvin Galbreath or. And mrs. N. A. Heaps or. And mrs. Andrew ing february 9 at o clock. All Wallace or. And mrs. S. W. Gladden Cardiff firemen Are urged to be present and mrs. James Deran and or. Ait Kra. Samuel Wilson. Those present were the Rev. And mrs j h Wheeler mrs. Graham mrs. C. C. Kreidler or. And mrs. I Thompson mrs. Howard Proctor sr., Charles Bair or. And mrs. Arthur own Grider mrs. Walter Bair misses Louise Wise Viola Wise Towart mrs. F. E. Mcguigan mrs. Ruth and Reba Ruff Beulah Jarvis Charles Lytle mrs. S. J. Adams Karma Myers Elma Kilburn Deloris mrs f w Wyman mrs. R. A. Kreidler Sara Bair messes. William Stewart. Mrs. H. L. Walker mrs. Mclaughlin Samuel Mclaughlin Mccali Istir mrs. Etta Chand Morris Scott Clifton Kilburn Earli lec. Misses Letitia Kent and mar Brown James Fulton and Harry Kilburn. Garect Stewart social service club the regular meeting of the social service club of Slateville and Vicinity will be held at the Delta Chapel on Friday evening february 9. The program As outlined and announced last week will be carried out. Card party a card party sponsored by the Highland Grange will be held at the Grange Hall on Friday evening february 16. Bridge five Hundred and pitch will be played. The proceeds will go toward making repairs to the Hall. Time 8 o clock. Newspaper a

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