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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 15, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaMint it us Deli a Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York. County Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland Delta York county pa., thursday february 15, 1934 Esi-a4jlis11ki fall brings death to Cardiff Man crazy politics to be staged e. P. Ice and injuries head instant death e. P. Mitzel who operates a Gro Cery store in Cardiff was found in an unconscious position in front of his store on Friday morning at about o clock by Melvin Norris who came by the store at that time. He crazy a hilarious com Edy of a political situation is to be staged March 1 and 2 under the auspices of the Delta Cardiff fire daughter in in or. And mrs Charles h. Jones mrs. Eliza Jones celebrates 90th birthday 6n wed. Mrs. Eliza Jones who resides at company in the Delta fire Hall. The committees responsible for the show Are chairman r. O. Mclaughlin cast John Beakes and Curtis Johnson ticket Leroy Wil Liams and Curtis Johnson publicity called to the employees of the Dooley a Holden costume Andy Welsh. Warehouse nearby. Several men i the play is composed of an All male came to the scene and finding the j cast consisting of 75 prominent men. Addition there is a dancing chorus of. 21 local girls. The play promises to be one of the Best staged in this Community. The plays staged by the firemen such As Henry s the world s All right and Corporal Egan were plays of the Universal company As is crazy the cast will be announced at a injured Man in an unconscious Posi Tion his body lying in a Pool of blood they carried him to the office of or. W. E. Arthurj where he pronounced dead by the physician. He was 63 years of the deceased had been suffering from a heart ailment for some time but or. Arthur stated he could not determine whether he suffered a heart attack and died before he fell or litter Date. Death resulted from the head i Iury. Justice of the peace Breck Enridge heaps Cardiff after investigating stated or. Mitzel slipped on the ice fell to the ground striking his head on the ice which inflicted a deep wound in the Scalp. He also in the mail bag of Delta celebrated her 90th birthday on wednesday february 14. Mrs. Jones came to this country from North Wales in 1884. Since the death of her husband Edward k. Jones in 1919, she has been residing with her son. She is remarkable for her advanced years and enjoys fairly Good health. A Short Story of life in India missionary work in India very hard during 1933 continued from last week i am now out in Camp in such a Lovely Mango Grove. Just in front of my tent is a Large dal Field. Dal is the Staple food for All p Oples Rich or poor in this part of India. It grows on Large Bushes or Small Trees some six to ten feet High. Just now every Bush is covered with Lovely Little yellow blossoms. It Maizes a Beautiful sight. In those hundreds of Bushes extends her thanks. A number of her friends called Sie As Many Birds of every size and and remembered her with tokens of j color. Such wee ones in the gayest appreciation to All of whom she dress and the larger ones which never fail to Send a thrill Clear through me when they spread their gorgeous wings and so gracefully Fly through the air. Last night we watched ten handsome pea Cocks go to sleep in the Trees Over our tents. Deer have come within ten Yards of the tent to eat the tender Green branches of the dal. There is a. Large canal nearby so the huge water Birds axe other local happenings of interest William Fisher and son Billy and mrs. Caleb Miller on last sunday visited mrs. William Fisher at the Union memorial Hospital Baltimore. Mrs. Fisher is improving very nicely. Valley school notes Robert Johnson Edward Wiley Faye Mary Wilson Mildred Cooper Rosa Sparks and Edna Maglaughlin spent monday afternoon at the Valley school. Willis Krick is absent from school of. Account of sickness. Or. And mrs. Arthur Maglaughlin and daughters Edna Nora and Hilda spent sunday afternoon with or. And Thomas Burk. Keller spent sunday after noon with. Marguerite Lee. Malford Fantom and Reed Norris society elects new officers mrs. M. S. Macombe l re elected presd3ent of missionary society at the regular meeting of the slate Ridge missionary society which was held at the Home of mrs. M. S. Macomber on thursday afternoon new officers for the ensuing year were elected. Mrs. M. S. Macomber was re elected president with mrs. Harold Stokes first vice president mrs. Nel visited Randall Maglaughlin on Sun j son heaps second vice president mrs. Day. C Clarke Gailey Secretary miss Edna Krick Mary Harry and George Loucks and mrs. Walter Wiley and sons Charles and Evan spent saturday afternoon with or. And mrs. Clarence Wiley and family. Miss Mary Ward spent the week end with or. And mrs. Chester Mclaughlin and daughter Anna Mae. Alice Thomas corresponding Secre tary mrs. Graham Thompson trea surer mrs. W. B. Davis Secretary of literature mrs. O. H. Heaps Secre tary of missionary education mrs. S. J. Adams Secretary of Steward ship. The literary program consisted of a dramatization entitled great or account of the weather. Chester Johnson was taken to the Hospital recently for treatment for the United states is in position to set an example of restraint in the in the opinion of Charles a. Hawkins attorney at Law As set stated there was no foul play involved size of its Navy army in lie Case therefore it was not necessary to hold a postmortem to ascertain the cause of death. Or. Mitzel had been in the grocery business in Cardiff for the past fifteen years. Previous to this he had been engaged in farming in the nor Thern part of the state. Surviving be sides his widow mrs. Eva Jones Mit Zel is one son Schall Mitzel. Of bal to her studies at Delta High after j spending a Short time with friends York and Philadelphia. Mrs. Fred Smith of near Here was to a Baltimore Hospital this observation mrs. Dale Malone has returned to blood i hard miss Isabelle Hughes has returned Ever with us. Some of which Are especially gorgeous both in their Ruth Ella Llev spent the continued on Page three timbre a step daughter. Flora Jones Noney m big. Navy rivalry a brother William Mitzel Baltimore Ouier nations of the world two Sisters mrs. Annie Anderson .uvmcy-.n.-Iaw, her Home after undergoing an opera Forth in letters which he has for Tionta warded to senators David a. Reed and James j. Davis. Or. Hawkins has written Pennsyl Vania s United states senators to oppose the Vinson Trammell measure la fact to work against any attempt to have the United states spend my Michigan and mrs. Ida Eckbert bal parking timbre. I senat or. Funeral services were held _ senators Reed and Davis Day afternoon with services at the Home at one o clock. Rev. B. W. Ulli Ted states Senate feb. 9, 1934 Jones pastor of Slateville presbyter Ian , assisted by the Rev. W. A. Price of Highland presbyterian Church. The pallbearers were Marshall t. Heaps Arthur Rob Sunnyburn Man her condition is reported As Good. John f Stephens a retired Black York visitors saturday were j Smith and wheel Wright died suddenly misses Mary Romaine at Nis Home near Woodbine on Sun j Day february 11. He was 65 years of Morris and Louise Findley. Percy Carter is absent from school possessions Given by mrs. A. H. Zimmerman mrs. Grai Iam Thompson i mrs. Ralph Davis mrs. Clarke Gailey mrs. Mary Dooley mrs. Howard Proctor sr., and mrs. S. J. Mcconkey. Those in attendance were mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. J. H. Wheeler mrs. Richard mrs. Graham Thompson mrs. Ralph Dav is mrs. S. J. Mcconkey mrs. C. C. Gailey mrs. Howard Proctor sr., mrs. A. H. Zimmerman mrs. C. C. Butler mrs. Mary Dooley mrs. S. J. Adams mrs. Charles Myers mrs. M. S. Macomber and miss Letitia Kent. Mrs. James Dodson has returned j Tlle deceased who had suffered to her Home Here after being a patient strokes of paralysis previously had at the Maryland general Hospital not been feeling Well for about two Baltimore for eight weeks suffering weeks. It is thought he suffered daughter Martha took supper with another stroke on sunday night after or. And mrs. H. J. Handley and end with her aunt miss Anna Wiley of Delta. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Kilgore of Havre de Grace spent sunday with or. And mrs. Hugh Kilgore. The Valley school will hold their p. T. A. Meeting on Friday evening. February 16. Or. And mrs. James n. Mackison and children Jimmie and Jane took dinner sunday with or. And mrs. H. J. Handley and family. Or and mrs. James Handley and children june Johnnie and Porter or. And mrs. H. H. Yelton and with a broken hip. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Jones and retiring which caused his death. Camuy recently. Daughter Barbara Anne Littlestown Coroner l. U. Zech signed the death spent sunday with Ier Mother mrs. Certificate inasmuch As misses Nellie and Garnette Davis spent y. P. B. Meets in Butler by Hujing the monthly meeting of the y. P. B was held in the Butler building on thursday evening with mrs. J. M. Dooley presiding As chairman. The following program was Given Bible n. A. Heaps Charles h. Mac a very glad if you can go further. Nabb j. Maiford Dooley and j. T. Gailey. Interment was made in Cen Ter cemetery new Park. The if the menace involved is in Good Faith it can but have a demoralizing effect upon world conditions. Indeed masonic order of car if of which a regard restraint in the matter of the deceased was a member con 1 armies navies and armaments ducted graveside services. Social club holds at a the Only remediable course at this a tincture and i should be exceedingly sorry to see the country which i claim As mine Supply my other nation with an Money m any with their Reading mrs. J. M. Dooley prayer William Fisher at the Union Mem had not been in attendance recently. Sie tej a h orial Hospital i surviving besides his widow mrs. Sidney monday right Spidle and talk mrs. John Hammond. Clarence Thomas Baltimore was Mollie Elizabeth Stephens is one or. And mrs. Garfien Ward and those present were prof and mrs. A recent week end visitor of his i daughter mrs. Edna j. Krebs it. A. Him Amman Joe. Cd. Butter in. C Vij. A mrs. Gilpin Stubbs mrs. Hugh Poff mrs. John Hammond mrs. William Brown mrs. George Garber mrs. Pennington mrs. James Wilson misses Pauline Ramsay Ruth Spidle Belva Wilson Marie Harvey Louise Mother mrs. Fanny Thomas who has i Wolf one sister mrs. Jasper Berry. Or and mrs Bvron a i i ,1 an aau Washington d. C. Gentlemen of the Navy Bills now before Congress i Hope that at the been on the sick list for several Harrisburg and four Brothers Clin very least you will oppose the Vin Soh Trammell measure and i should 1 Tot Stephens Woodbine William Ste messes. Roger Barton Fulton Sam Phons Havre de Grace and George Uel and James Din snore motored to and Frank Stephens Delta r. D. State College on wednesday. Funeral services were held this children spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. Lewis b. Ernhart and or. And mrs. Walter Ernhart of Dru More Lancaster co. James d. Barnett was absent from or. And mrs. Paul Weler and afternoon f thursday o clock Friday on account of the Norma Mckoley Hazel stauffer. Children of red Llyn spent sunday Vith services in Salem E. Church at the Home of or. And mrs. John a interment was Roade in the adjoining Eaith Draper Roma me Kerr Eleanor Clarence Clyde and Russeli Draper Margaret Scarborough Helen i do. Cemetery. Fancsal director a h Lurk of Lancaster county spent Rowan Geho sobe Proctor Virginia Schall Mitzel and daughters Adella Oie lil and son it. To if. Had charge Ard Jane have returned to Baltimore for wasting Navy rivalry the social service club of slate Ville held a covered dish luncheon at the Home of mrs. B. W. Jones on Friday evening. This meeting was scheduled to be held at the Chapel but due to inclement weather was held at the manse. The president miss Verba Snodgrass had charge of the some nation must furnish an example restraint to a suffering world and Nohe is in better position to do this than the United states. If proposal is merely tha waiving of the big stick and any one i.5 disposed to support i. On that score would irritate other business meeting. It voted the p is and make bad friends far bet club take care of the insurance on tie manse Button to the ing will be anniversary at the Chapel on Friday evening. March 9. Let and More productive of Good re after attending the funeral of his further b. F. Mitzel. Mrs. Mitzel is continued on Evge 4 of funeral arrangements. With or. And mrs. Thomas Odgrass, Isabel Galbreath Emily Proctor Mary Poff Evelyn Swartz l Llian Butler Gloria Ramsay and society holds co to sized dish luncheon at Church a covered dish luncheon was held ii the basement of slate Ridge Church elect mrs. Rigdon head of society i Burk. I or. And mrs. Orvil Gehr and or. And mrs. Brooke Snodgrass spent sat urday evening with or. And mrs. Clinton Johnson and daughter Wanda cd mrs. Collins. Or. And mrs. Roy Conley were vis Marie heaps messes. Roy arcs Wilmer Cantler Price Scott Paul Noerr Mason Williams Harold Lloyd Joe Robinson William Arthur heaps Francis Swartz Leslie and Ralph tors of her parents or. And mrs Lavis Junior Scarborough Donald the regular monthly meeting of Davis and family of Delta on Iickey Benny Tobin and Billy David. The Slateville missionary society was sunday evening held at the Chapel thursday at mrs John w. Smith has returned by the Mary Hyde society on Friday j which time officers for the ensuing Home after visiting her daughter mrs evening. Mrs Lester v Illi Arns acted year were elected As follows presi rave Gan of Lancaster. As Toast mistress. Prayer was offered j it it mrs. Loroy Rigdon vice Prudi or. Rand mrs. Caleb Beard and by mrs. Mary Dooley. The society dents mrs. John Bay mrs. Arthur family spent sunday with h. P Kil presented mrs. J m Dooley the Robinson and mrs. Albert Stubbs bum girls club meets the girls fireside club it the ocular actions m support of the Kel Sidwell was appointed. The following Oivin by mrs. H. C. Win word. Mrs. in York. Logg Briard pact in which practically were present or. And mrs. J. M. Harry Galbreath and the treasurer and Secretary mrs h. C. I Charlotte Pennington and i those present were mrs b. Wall have joined. Why the part at All Dooley and mrs. 1 Wheeler. Whitford were appointed to help 1. Ohp toll r 01 Jones mrs. Brooke Snodgrass. Mrs. As St was by or own or and mrs David Pyle a r and prepare the program for the world s ug5iia Scull of 3 o business were transacted alter which William Sparks mrs. Samuel Stew if course is to Harvey Sidwell or. And mrs Eay of prayer which will be of p f Art mrs James Mack son or mrs pursued which in effect repudiates it Lane Whitaker. Or. Mrs. Graham served by the local churches at slate r l id Tine party followed. Much in and r. O. Mclaughlin mrs. James hand vrho w1" to that Thompson or. And my. M. T heaps. Ridge Church on Friday afternoon Ley misses Bertha Heck Mabel Ailes 1here would Llave acc a world War. Or and mrs Howard Walker or. February 16. I at Lor German Mili pry ambitions and mrs. C. O or. And mrs those present were mrs Harry and propaganda accompaniment. Exec Sivu Mem icon Virs aviary b Mackison mrs. Jessop Cowley w. Wyman mrs Cle Asbury mrs Ria Renco , Henry c. R. C. Roberts mrs. Lefter Williams Verba Snodgrass. Anna Wiley Char Lotte Rigdon Mildred happiness prevailed among the Little have you seen him 1 he s some lassies when in our town and country Side. Delicious refreshment1? wre server Igdon Mildred their natural Guy Scarborough. Or. And mrs. Paul mrs. John a five mrs Harry disguised As a tinker you will scarce 1- the m1sw-s Mim mor excessive German Yui Helm mrs Mary Dooley mrs. F Mackison mrs. Pc Sod Cowley. Mrs by this strange person. Per ton Eva sue Irnel . Flor Katharine Diehl Margaret Enfield 12. Casu Moore and Marie Dinsmore. Re yours truly i Chas. A. Hawkins c. T. U. Organizes l. T. L. As ban ii at the recent y. P. B. Meeting the c. T. U. Organized a Temperance society for children up to fourteen years of age. Miss Pauline Ramsay j was appointed superintendent with i an receives ories in fa1 William h Singleton of Delta had Geho sobe Proctor and Ruth Spidle Iris leg seriously bruised this morning for assistants of this Loyal temper i of thursday he thirty feet Alicc legion the l. T. L. Held its irom a the Star Viand and first meeting at miss Ramsay s and 1-Cnnsylvania. Rai in. 1 near Forest elected Tho following officers Percsi will my he also received a Cut on Francis Swartz the forehead which required my Marie heaps Secretary. A Mclyn Iii chs to c Asp. He vis brought to r haps he is living in your very own ence i y Lcharles Hawkins he wishes he could s Helen a Sharii Lluc u Cre maybe you think him insole. Louis a of i us. I Iran and mrs Cox mrs Rigdon mrs v g it Ibbs mrs a tramp and shut the door in Marian , Ann Louise mrs. Gorroll mrs William few Borough mrs u w ills fact he is one of those strange to , go Ria Rob rth and Billy Jean two dle mrs. Scarborough or Wrt to Rov mrs Dan who believe in the Eter g Pluy. . Viola Jones Alice at a Kerr mrs a of human nature. When Thomas very Wyn in Dorothy Albert stubs mrs. F Stubbs think of him they Are reminded of r. N. Glasgow of Tho Riper of Hamlin who piped j o1sona ii s Ama Vav Iley o i by Nett away the rats then because his if Switz or people not keep their bargain i o Crang to he piped and the children danced on saturday a i mrs mrs. Stanley Amos mrs. Ina Day. Is t la mrs Kobe Raj messes. Frank Day theron Frank the Mas Grover and Ralph Arbor Oiin. Rms ii a Ting of the dry forces v. Ill be exl Sim Day 8, at 2.30 f m ii the after him also. Very like one of the Ciri n. A in re in a i Are individual the j exr i n r Home and the i Delta High seniors plan to n Vail i i Lush a , r of this individual to i hair friends m the . Perance yells and their i. L. Broten. Met at Zion Spang ii Al i Ift noon if i the 1 in in i Sis cd i. S and Irh hot was the next will to d Ivy Wosh David Grange it or hot oven. Those Bottom by the and Frozen burst when fire was Whitney his son Winterson Stubbs lower Chano Elord were Loyal Temperance legion. Three started in the stove. The Whitney his wife Klinor mor Lar. And mrs. M Kilgore mrs unit Church. A food program is pre Ramsey who re Jucs with her annual senior Puy to be Given Fri in i Iti treasurer Glona Ramsay Dolta on the ten o clock Tram where mrs . Mrs Laura Duncan clan. February 23 at Tho Fin men s of , and librarian Isabel Galbreath. ,m., in Junco were d by or. Want or in w. C. T v Mac new Park was seriously burned at o clock. In preparation for a service at Tae k. Arthur. It was thought ins of the devotional exercises. Friday when the water tank of the the cast members a P. Church sunday Ait noon broken but an a Ray by or. Paul Solcs Ana read inns Wii by Ivan by Latchin Range which was filled with Whitney Joseph Johnston Jack who attended from Pivach Rumary 13, the members Learned Tern wheelrr showed that no Bones arc inc y p e Cor discs by Tho Wetter and Frozen b Iro is pledge which is i Promise god help or. Singleton is As a addresses on Christian citizen wicked Tho stove and broke windows. A Marjorie Whitney his daughter Larry Ruff or and Mary my me not to buy drink sell or Carpenter by the rail Oad company and ils responsibilities by Rev. Arthur Ramsay a brother who was Holland Jeremy Whitney Ruth and h ails con rive alcoholic liquors i ukr and had a car the w. Rcv. B. Or. Am upstairs by a lid Waluch ivol Hor Harvey Wayne Jane Henry holon n Verba and from All tobacco 111 abstain and Xvi in a Board broke caused his Rev. John Hammond. Public Cor was blown through the floor. He a Friend 01 Marjorie Grace Novor take gods name in vain. Fall. Invited seriously Hurt Mildred Walter Durham latin Rofu and Griffith e w e w

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