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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Heald times the oily pm Ufa i is then Hurt Oral vol. La. No. 6 Delta York county pa., thursday february 9, 1933 locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford the Rev. H. C. Ramsay gave a talk on China at the Highland High school on monday night. Miss Ella Moore was a recent caller or. Brooks ashes Laid to rest the funeral of or. John d. Brooks son of the late Thomas h. And Alice Ann Jones Brooks of peach Bottom township was held monday february 6, at p. M., with services at the Home of his first wife s Nottier at the Home of mrs. Ellen Burk. Or. And mrs. Abel Morris miss to j org Rebecca c. Foster Germantown Maine Morris miss Rebecca Brooks and mrs. V. G. Stubbs were visitors of or. And mrs. Harry r c. Robin son of Chester a. Mrs. R. I Stubbs and daughter Cornelia spent wednesday in Baltimore. Miss kit Buchard of Pottstown pa., was a week end guest of miss Mary Elizabeth Morris at her Home Delta Here. Bortner Jones has gone to Florida where he has accepted a position. Mrs. Claude Henry was guest of her aunt mrs. Robert c. Roberts on tuesday. A. Interment was made in the Chester cemetery. Or. Brooks was on an extended tour of Europe with his widow mrs. Nell Johnson Brooks of Pittsburgh when death overtook him in Florence Italy on january 4. He was a brother of attorney Harry m. Brooks of Caleb Miller and family will occupy a House on Chestnut Street. Ivan Morris a student at Millers Ville teacher s College spent the week end at his Home. The Rev. H. C. Ramsay Delta the Rev. W. A. Price Street and William h. Day of rocks attended the meet ing of the Baltimore presbytery at the Fulton Avenue presbyterian Church Baltimore on monday after noon. Mrs. Hugh t. Hughes and mrs. Albert Ruff returned Home after vis iting relatives in Philadelphia and new Jersey. Mrs. William Hughes of Glenwood is ill at the Home of her brother. James Kerr of deep run. Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones of the Shiloh grammar school faculty and miss Edith Fisher a teacher at the new Freedom Public schools spent the week end with their respective parents. Misses Mabel Ailes and Clara find Ley were Baltimore visitors on sat urday. Jamee quietly celebrated their fifty first wedding anniversary on january 26. Miss Mary Elizabeth Morris a Stu Dent at Cedar Crest College Allen meetings scheduled a series of seven poultry meetings to be held in As Many different York county communities wednesday thursday and Friday february 15 16-17, res. Have been scheduled by county agent George g. Weber for the Benefit of York county poultry Len. Prof. John Vandervort poultry specialist of state College will be the speaker at each of these meetings. Prof. Vandervort will discuss producing Market eggs at each meet ing. Opportunity for questions will be Given and poultry men will be Able to get information on any phase of poultry keeping. Places for holding the series of seven meetings have been carefully selected by the county agent in plan Ning for the 1933 program so that one or another of these meetings will be within a reasonable distance of any York county poultry men who might be interested to attend. This will be the first of a series of probably three or four meetings which will be held during the 1933 season at each of the seven Points indicated above. To addition to the meetings planned Sunnyburn p. O. S retained the Post office at Sunnyburn will not be discontinued by postal authorities As was planned some time ago. The office was to have been closed on february 15. Residents now depend ing on the office were to have been served by Rural delivery out of the Woodbine office. Congressman Harry l. Haines said the department prom ised to continue the Post office in definitely after he had protested the abolition order. This Post office has been serving the locality for Over 50 years. The present acting Post Mist Ress is miss Pauline Gemmill who has been serving since her father s Sleath. Abraham 12 among a splendid Galaxy of characters who lend Undy ing glory to american history with More commanding bigness than Abraham Lincoln Tusk the great leveler has not been Able to dim the Luster of his Fame or diminish the wonder of his life. The approach of his Birt jpy. Thrusts across the path of our imagination his tall gaunt we pause in bewildering wonderment and uns tinted his dogged climb to the Romance of his unparalleled achievement in the face of almost insuperable the world in Thrall and compels its reverence and Awe. 5jj? the world has no clue by Militto unravel the perplexing mystery of his paradoxical personality or explain the baffling complexities of his nature. It is to reconcile the apparent contradictions of his being. How. Be at one and the same time As simple As a child yet Ablerto confound the mighty As tender As a Mother yet ast a an errand boy yet As Resolute Lottig people s Branch of w. C. T. To. Holds meeting try men this year the 1933 program of the agricultural Extension association will include a special series of circular letters to interested poultry town was a week end guest of her men giving instructions on methods father William Morris and sister miss Elinor Morris of East main Street. William Arthur heaps Delta employed by the Cardiff Green Marble co., is a patient in the Union memorial Hospital Baltimore where he underwent an operation for an abscess on his spine. His Many friends wish him a speedy recovery to health. Kenneth Jones of Littlestown spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Hugh d. Jones main Street. The following were recent Balti More visitors or. And mrs. L. L. Mckinley and daughter Norma mrs. Paul Miller and mrs. Robert Leamon. Misses Marian Fisher and Grace Tiddy senior physical education students at Pennsylvania state nor Mal school West Chester were sat urday sunday guests of miss Fisher s parents or. And mrs. William Fisher. Miss Dorothy Williams who has been a guest of relatives in Havre de Grace is spending a week at the Home of her father w. Clyde Wil Liams. Or. Frank Snodgrass of Darling ton was a sunday afternoon caller at 01 Chick rearing and Pullet production. This series of letters will be available to any poultry Man request ing this service. The meetings scheduled for the first series Are As follows wed., feb. A. M., new Berrytown Lodge Hall p. M., Dillsburg Grange Hall p. M., Dover. Thurs., feb. A. M., Glen Rock Newhaus hardware store Hali p. M., Hanover Pennsville fire men s Hall. Friday Fob. A. M., air Vine Lodge Hall p. M., Stewartstown fair grounds auditorium. Frivolously humorous yet profoundly remain As much an i Enigma today As in the Days of Ash. Humble child of the to the Stern strife of a trying age he forged on the of toil those finely tempered qualities of mind and made him an Able advocate a skilled debater a statesman a matchless Leader of men and an invincible Chaifoon of human rights. In the trying age he forged on the of toil those finely Tern clearness and flashed gems at Gettysburg in the Crucible of his soul the deeper matters of life and being were refined into ideals and principles that were his Solace in the dark hours of National peril and steadied his hand on the Helm As he steered the ship of state to its High destiny. Along with the great immortals of history Abraham Lincoln s name will be forever enshrined in the hearts of men and his name cherished As a sacred the regular meeting of the Young people s Branch of the w. C. T. U. Was held at the vacant store building of or. And mrs. C. C. Butler on thursday evening. Miss Edith scar Borough president presided. A Busi Ness meeting was held. The minutes were read by the Secretary Mildred Snodgrass. The program was As Fol lows Reading song of the decan Blanche Barben Reading the Price of a Edward Jones Reading what the Temperance Justice As cause did for Laura heaps. From As a Granite Mountain slate Ridge p. T. A. Hold meeting monday the Parent teacher association of slate Ridge school held their regular meeting at the school on monday vening february 6. After the bust Ess session the following program Vas Given singing by the audience Reading mrs. Howard Proctor Reci action Charlotte Pennington debate resolved in the interest of peace and Prosperity that the United hould cancel the foreign Wai participated in by messes. Or. Paul Wilhelm affirmative anal Daniel Wilhelm and Hobart Bay negative. The judges decided in of avow f the negative. Those present were or. And mrs. Darren Pennington or. And mrs. Guy Scarborough or. And mrs. Russel Scarborough or. And mrs. Paul Wilm or. And mrs. Gerald heaps and mrs. James Kerr or. Ana mrs. Ralph Davis or. And mrs. Dan al Wilhelm or. And mrs. Oscar Stokes or. And mrs. John Bay or. And mrs. David Pyle mrs. Howard Proctor mrs. Clay p. Whiteford mrs Robert Lloyd mrs. Harry Hughea mrs. Hale Rhudy misses Margaret Silver Beryl Wyman Oma Neeper Shenk Ruth Thomas Anita. Heaps Helen Harry and Charlotte Pennington messes. Nelson heaps Harris Perkins Frank Thomas Gailer Streett Hobart Bay and w. Sata sell. Heritage. Clay Hall. Cardiff Community club meets 1 Lay to be presented by the Cardiff Community club met with mrs. William Pyle on Friday evening february 3. The meeting was in charge of the president mrs. W. E. Arthur. The minutes of the last meeting were Given by the Secre tary miss Alice Mccurdy. Treasur of Street or s report was Given by mrs. S. J. Marquand and is a daughter of the former Street lady observes fiftieth wedding Day or. And mrs. Albert s. Watson celebrated their Golden wedding anniversary tuesday january 31, quietly at their Home near Maryville to. Those present were mrs. Malford Dooley mrs. William f. Stubbs mrs. C c. Butler misses Belva Wilson Emily Proctor Ruth Spidle Grace Wise Geho sobe Proctor Eleanor stauffer Darcy Mcfee Marie har vey Laura heaps Margaret Dooley Hilda Barben Donna Hask Blanche Scarborough Mildred Snodgrass Edith Draper Louise Mckinley Hazel stauffer Margare Scarborough Donald Snodgrass Wil Bur Donald Jones Edward Jones Ralph Scarborough Hyde Dooley n m. Scarborough. Jr., Robert Macom Ber Joseph Robinson Edward Sliver Price Scott Harold Lloyd Roy Ayres Kenneth Ellis Edward Wayne Wil Liam Arthur heaps and Charles Jones Friendly Circle meets the members of the Friendly Cir Cle met at the Home of or. And mrs John Bay of Whiteford on tuesday evening february 7. The following were present or. And mrs. W. B Rig Don or. And mrs. John f. Redding and family or. And mrs. Charle Lackin family or. And mrs. A Pierson Pyle or. And mrs. Lawrenc Lockhart or. And mrs. R. W. Jones Adams. The president appointed the late James Galbreath at whose Home or and org Camuei err or. Anc following committees ways and she was married by Rev. D. Dav org q o. Scarborough or and mrs lower Chanceford seniors i1 org Richard Rees mrs. Paul Export pastor of Slateville Church. Guy , or. And mrs. Rus the lower Chanceford seniors will present Judith of the a drama in three acts on March 2 and 3. The following Are the cast of characters who believes in predestination Margaret Pomraning mrs. A typical Mountain Wilhelm mrs. D. A. Bay mrs. War or and mrs. Watson spent the sell Scarborough or. And mrs. Clell of 1930 visiting relatives and a Bury or. And mrs. Merton Kerr. Missionary society holds the regular meeting of the missionary society of Slateville presbyterian Church was held on thurs Day february 9. The Forenoon was taken up with sewing. Lunch was served at noon. The afternoon session. Was opened by mrs. Amos Thomas Leader. The following program Given hymn 24 topic Why should we i because god commanded us to Pray. H be cause Christ instructed us to Pray in because Man is profited by prayer. A by the prayer of confession. A by the prayer of petition. A by prayer of intercession. A by the prayer of communion poem the. Power of mrs. Arthur Harry duet Sweet hour of by mrs. Robinson and mrs. Bayr prayer in unison Reading mrs. Rob Inson Pray without he run 190 Benediction. Those present were mrs. Margaret Mcallister mrs. A. J. Matson mrs. C. B. Der Nosey mrs. Ellen Burk. Mrs. Henry c. Whiteford mrs. Wal ter m. Carico mrs. W. H. Snodgrass mrs. W. A. Harry mrs. A. Peele. Mrs. Paul Thompson mrs. J. A. Thomas mrs. Emma l. Jones mrs. Elisha Davis mrs. A. Bay mrs. A Kerr mrs. Harry Robinson mrs. C. R. Switzer mrs. V Gilpin Stubbs mrs. T h. Wheeler. Mrs. W. H. Galbreath mrs. Arthur Robinson mrs. W. Jessup Cowley Mia Albert Stubbs mrs. Clay p. White lord mrs. Ren Pennington and mrs. Arthur Rob for lend in Thig Vicinity. She is a Sis or. And mrs. Oscar Stokes. Or. And Inson program mrs. Walter Samsell tar of mrs. James t. Murphy and mrs. Oliver Little or. And mrs. Wai mrs. Howard Proctor and mrs. O. H. Mrs. Lizzie j. Bay of Delta. J lace Taylor or. And mrs. James woman Catherine Cochran Judith collect Penny collection Anna Kath a daughter of the noun Bryn Samsell visiting sick miss Flor gains. Viola Wambaugh James Lyence Minnick mrs. William Orr mrs heaps place of meeting mrs Walter i or Watson was born in Cadiz Kerr i. And mrs Cleve heaps or Hio. After their marriage they mov i and mrs. D. D. Wilhelm or. And Vej to Maryville where they have been mrs. John Bay and family or. And Proctor and mrs. Edward James to prominent m Church and Community Solars. The Maryville daily forum says Charles Hawkins mrs. Hairy Mack Inson misses Olla Barnett Anna Wiley Louisa m. Whiteford. Rev. And mrs b. W. Jones or. And mrs. Wil Liam f. Stubbs. Mrs. Tomilson or and mrs. Ray Garrett mrs. Emma l. Jones mrs Tennant mrs. William Cox couple celebrate 42nd wedding anniversary _. T the Home of his parents or. And a Young mining Engineer b. Davis mrs. Everett Kilburn the that Type of Pioneer mrs c b Dempsey mrs Blanche l pm or. And mrs. Joseph e Wiley was Mam Street entertained their child mrs. C. A. Snodgrass. Win Johnson or. Who and mrs Harry Robinson. Mrs. Ida g. Ayres Albert Ruff and makes Sunshine Maurice Thompson lowing literary program Hugh t. Hughes spent sunday with t a typical Mountain girl Edna Spiven song Reading on Pomraning John in love by mrs Walter Sam the Fol j has played so important Gore mrs Haddie misses on last Friday in Honor of their then Erna Everett. Octa Orty second wedding anniversary. Those present were or. And . Relatives in Philadelphia. Continued on Page five with Nora Samuel Snyder first Revenue officer 1, Marian Anderson part in the development of the i Toebe King Welch Evelyn Thomas messes. Karl sell Reading what makes the miss Guy Mccurdy. Other a Lunior und senior High schools at they have four children Raymond Knoop Paul Mcnabb Parke Cavan i Joseph e. Wiley or. And Clar who is a principal of the j ,1-r, Rigby Stokes and Albert Stokes ence Wiley and daughter , Delta the regular meeting of the ladies auxiliary of the Delta methodist Church was held at the Home of mrs. Charles o. Brown main Street on thursday afternoon. Mrs. William t. Brown conducted the devotional exercises. After a business session refreshments and a social hour were enjoyed. Those present were mrs. C. O. Brown mrs. William Pyle mrs. Wil Liam t. Brown mrs. William Pearce mrs. Henry Ellis mrs. Warren Pennington mrs. E. K. James mrs. S. J. Wilson mrs. Peter Smith mrs. Fran Cis Jones mrs. George v. Garber mrs. Ralph Duncan mrs. Paul de he com readings Given were a Washington s Piast Musj neb Howard Farmer of Mission society meets mrs. Mrs. Warren Pennington Maryville Mary Watson nurse Chi ladies auxiliary of the i "mi3s nurse at the m. P. Church holds meeting Unity Center Nellie Frey we collector of Antiques Ethel i Selling the miss Beryl by Cago Anco Robert Harvey Watson Strawbridge mrs. Also col Inland the perfect tribute to Lin Lector of Antiques Ethel Richardson Sallie in love with James Lykins Nellie Wood George har much in love with Sallie Leon Fawn Grove George a. Ruff and William Chan Nell made a business trip to Lancas ter tuesday. William t. Richardson and son. Junior spent tuesday in rising Sun my and Vicinity. A special meeting of the Borough school Board was called monday eve ver mrs. C. F. Jennyss mrs. A. L. J Njong. They met at the Home of the Payne mrs. George Cantler mrs. I president James Webb. John Judd mrs. Warren Williams j mrs. Estella Marstellar is visiting misses Laura Boswell Anna Jones her son in Law and daughter or. And and Hulda Smith Rev. And mrs. B. F. Ulcy. Mrs. Lewis Channell near Morrisville my. Continued on Page eight mrs. Howard Proctor Accord Ion Solo mrs. William Pyle. Donations were brought and baskets packed for two needy families in Cardiff. Mrs. Arthur also gave out quilt terns each lady to make two patches and bring to the next meeting. The March meeting will be held with mrs. Walter Proctor. Those present were mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. Richard Rees mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. Howard Proctor mrs. E k. James miss Guy Mccurdy mrs. Elizabeth Bennington miss Florence Minnick . William Pyle miss Beryl Wyman mrs. Everett Kilburn miss Alice Mccurdy mrs. Warren i Ennington mrs. F. W. Wyman mrs. A. Lackey mrs. William Orr mrs. Walter Samsell mrs. S. J. Adams mrs. Malford Dooley mrs. David Pyle Anna Kathryn and Helen Sam sell and Florence Ross. Superintendent of schools at King City to. Boy scout week observed by Delta troop no. 47 in accordance with the annual boy scout Welc exercises scouts from troop 47, Delta gave a program in general Assembly at the Delta High school today. The meeting was in charge of scout Thomas Crawford. The pro Gram was As follows song god of our talks history of the boy scouts of scout Thom the missionary society of the Delta methodist protestant Church met with mrs. Alta Hughes on monday evening january 30, at s o clock. The meeting was opened by the president mrs. C. O. Brown. The Secretary miss Laura Boswell read the minutes of Tho previous meeting. Miss Alma Macomber gave treasurer s report. A recitation trouble in Tho mrs Ida g. Ayres Reading. Miss Alma Macomber were served by the hostess. Those present were Rev. And mrs r. D. Or. And mrs Charles Miller. Sunnyburn or. And mrs. Paul Wiley and son William daughter Phyllis or. And mrs. Walter Wiley and son. Joseph and mrs. Margaret Stephens All of Delta r. D. Or. And mrs. Ches ter Ruff Bryansville Herbert Wiley of Indian Springs farm my and misses Anna and Edith Wiley at Home. Or. And mrs. Wiley Are Well known residents of this Vicinity and their Many friends wish them Many More anniversaries. Rehoboth Welsh Church social committee meets the social committee of the Reho b. F. Ulcy mesdames Charles o. Both Welsh Church met with mrs Brown Warren Williams Emma Vernon Knopp on thursday evening. At Crawford history of the Macri Cantler Ida g. Ayres. Frank scar february 2. A program was planned Flag scout Robert Macomber or. And mrs Albert for a Valentine social to be held on or. And mrs. Hugh t. Hughes. Missu.5 j tuesday evening february 14. Alma Macomber Laura Boswell those present were misses by Tiv Mary , Hollace Jones messes. I Griffith Myra Williams Ethel Hughes Howard Harvey Edward Boswell. Kathryn Ford Mary e. Scarborough scout n. Maxwell scar Borough. Or. Scout William Vav. Galbreath song pledge to the song the Star spangled Warren and Edward Brown. I and mrs. Vernon Knopp

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