Delta Herald Times in Delta, Pennsylvania
23 Feb 1933

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23 Feb 1933

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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 23, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times c York Northern Harith pm my vol. La. No. 8 Delta York county. Pa., y. Of Karl Ary 23, 1933 Esta Bushko locals Delta Cardiff Whitefo Ltd miss Flora Streett of rocks md., was a week end guest of her aunt mrs. Chester Streett. Miss Edith Fisher of Shrewsbury spent the week end at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. William j. Fisher. Mrs. Marella Jones spent the week end with her sister mrs. John Loving of Dundalk my. Mrs. Harry Baker and son nor Man Are visiting or. And mrs. St. Glair Berne and or. And mrs. Richard Holz of Lancaster. Kenneth Jones of Littlestown visited his parents or. And mrs. Hugh d. Jones Over the week end. Mesdames John Hammond o. H heaps William t. Brown and Warren Pennington represented the Delta Cardiff p. T. A. On Friday evening mrs. Hammond made a Short address and mrs. Heaps presented the school with a picture of Frances Willard. Streett Morris of Pylesville who fractured his leg last August is stil confined to his bed room at the Home of his son Walter Morris and family a new Case of diphtheria has developed in Whiteford. Mrs. Frank Martin of Forest Hill visited her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Walter Baker recently or. And mrs. St. Glair Berne and or. And mrs. Richard Holz of Lan Caster visited or. And mrs. Harry Baker and family on sunday. Or. And mrs. William Snodgrass mrs. William Fisher and son Billy misses Clara Findley Mabel Aile and Margaret Galbreath spent Satur in York. Misses Rebecca Brooks and Romaine Morris were guests on Sunda at a Tea Given by the Alpha to silo chapter of the Alpha Iota sorority o Thompson s business College at the Golden glow cafeteria York in Hon or of the girls in the class of 33 a the College. Or. And mrs. I. Wallace heaps o Pylesville Are spending some time a Cross roads girl gets Valentine birthday party n m 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 my he a two score or More friends attended an unusually pleasing and enjoyable Valentine and birthday party at the ome of or. And mrs. Harry c. Chen with upper Cross roads Harford county on tuesday night of last week. The affair was Given in Honor f their daughter miss Elizabeth Chenowith who celebrated her seven tenth birthday anniversary while of Erving St. Valentine s Day. The Home was attractively decor ated with hearts and cupids resplendent in their Gay colors As the Brilliant lights gleamed upon them. The color scheme was carried out most artistically in the refreshments in a luding the birthday cake of Beautiful 4. Checker Board design surmounted by j seventeen red candles. The amusements consisted of danc 4 ing cards games and contests with appropriate prizes. One source of considerable merriment was the of Matching Valentines stunt. The a i guests departed at a late hour after wishing miss Chenowith Many Happy returns of the Day. Among those present were misses Elizabeth and Mary Gladden and Rae Burkins Bel air Isabel Mcclung Morrisville Katherine Walker glad ice Calder Lucille Slade Mabel Gar Rison Sarah Scarff Katherine Scarff Jarrettsville Isabel Jenkins Stewartstown Emily Proctor Delta messes. Harford Cronin Harry hop Kins and Frank Hiser Bel air Wil lain Oscar Whiteford John Richard Gross Jarrett Amoss Edward turn or William Turner Samuel Gal breath Thomas Mcdaniels Lee Coch i eggs crack Safe near five Forks culprits flee without Booty leave Trail of blood interwoven love of Liberty with every ligament of your Reemmer Dation of mine is necessary to loftily or confirm the George Washington 1 i h i Carroll Kidd Harry Scarff and Dat obsequies held _ a t oct to Richard Henderson of Jarrettsville Royston Edie Stewartstown Hyde j Dooley Cardiff or. And mrs. J. A Dooley Cardiff mrs. C. C. Butler Delta or. And mrs. R. Detimore and or and mrs. Walton Scarff. At Pylesville hc32e Melvin Cantler and family have moved from the Singleton House on East Mam Street to the quake Punk Orchards near slate Hill where he is employed. Mrs. Wilson Gorrell continues ill at her Home on main Street. Mrs. Charles Culp of Whiteford the men s Bible class of Delta m. P. Church met at the Home of or. And mrs. Henry Ellis on monday eve Ning. The meeting was opened by singing followed by prayer by the Rev. B. F. Ruley. Plans were made for a men s birthday social to be held March 9. The meeting closed with staging and the Benediction. Refreshments were served to the following Rev. B. F. Ruley Harris Perkins Joseph Beard Ralph Duncan Francis Jones Albert Pearce Henry Ellis Edward Turner Albert Ruff James a. Lee Bonaparte Blackburn George Norris William Duncan Humphrey Williams Milford Williams i Hugh t Hughes Clyde Bennington the following spent saturday Flowers Wilson Barben York or. And mrs. G. E. Mclaughl Charles White Walton Williams Ken 1m, mrs. R o. Mclaughlin mrs mrs Duncan mrs. Fri Ward Hughes misses Charlotte Rigdon and Ethel Hughes. Mrs. Mary Hughes has been quite ill at the Home of miss Odessa weeks. Or. And mrs. J. Howard Stubbs Are spending some time with Rev. Continued on Page 4 spent a few Days recently with friends in York. Miss Allie Beattie recently entertained or. And mrs. H. Herman Finch and son Herbert h. Jr., of York. Or. James Gross of Jarrettsville md., underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Union memorial hos Pital Baltimore. Or. Gross is a brother in Law of or. And mrs. Howard l. Walker of Delta. The funeral of George Day who died at his Home at Pylesville on thursday was held on saturday afternoon at 3 o clock at the Home in charge of Rev. B. W. Jones pastor of Slateville presbyterian Church. 1 mess ius William Day Edward Watkins Frank Glenn Thomas Pennington and James Deran. The interment was made in slate Ridge cemetery. The family lived for a number of years in Delta before moving to Pylesville where or. Day was in charge of a Mill. S. W. Holden was the funeral director. Mcfadden mrs. Henry Ellis and Marian Ellis. Will demonstrate band instruments at p. T. A. Meeting 5 i mrs. Alexander s funeral held saturday afternoon s an interesting and instructive pro has by the entertainment miss Margaret next regular meeting of the slate Ridge Parent teacher association to be held monday evening March 6, in the funeral of mrs. Amanda Alex Ander who died in York was held on saturday afternoon at 2 o clock in the Delta Chapel of Slateville presbyterian Church in charge of Rev. A Safe was wrecked the windows and doors of the store room blown out the Interior of the room badly damaged and the floor spattered with blood As the result of an abortive attempt to Rob the Mer Cantile establishment of Sherman Strawbridge at Harkins Harford county at o clock monday morning. The explosion was evidently pre mature or the cracks men were Bung Ling apprentices at the game since at least one of them was sufficiently injured to bleed profusely. Moreover the charge was too heavy judging by the extent of the damage. The egg men took flight without stopping to gather any loot As nothing was miss ing in the morning. It is supposed that the urgent need of surgical at Tention As Well As the loud blast prompted their speedy getaway. Or. And mrs. Strawbridge who live near the store not far from five Forks heard the explosion followed by the sound of an automobile being driven away at High Speed. Knowing that there was no Money in the Safe except about two Hundred pennies no investigation was made until morn ing. Besides the blood on the floor there was a Trail leading to the Road Way where the car was parked. The Only Clews were Finger prints on a Monkey wrench and a Fountain pen flashlight found near the Safe. The sheriff s office at Bel air was notified and Deputy sheriff Walter Bennington was sent to the scene. The police of nearby cities were Noti fied to be on the Lookout for persons applying to physicians or hospitals for medical or surgical it is rumoured that an injured messes. Amos Thomas o. H. Heaps a. G. Dunlap William j. Robinson c. P. Scarborough and s. J. Mccon the High school building Cardiff. Ikey. The interment was made in following the business session Slateville Church cemetery. Hubert messes. William k. Baxter and h. H. Cardiff Man Dies in Wilmington William Roberts aged 54 years Wilder will demonstrate the use of the various instruments employed in a band. Or Baxter who is in charge of musical education for one of the largest manufacturers of band instruments in the country and his assist ant or. Wilder will explain the tone value of the individual instruments in a band and demonstrate their mechanical operation. P. Harkins was the funeral director. Rocks nurse weds new Jersey dentist at High noon saturday february 18, miss Margie Ellen Ger daughter died tuesday night february 15, at arrangements have been made of or and mrs Elmer l Grier of his Home in Wilmington Del. He was v Jujj n Morris Fawn Grove to rocks md., became the Bride of or. A son of mrs. Ellen Jane Roberts and the newly organized concert Clarence r Slavik son of mrs Wil the late John m. Roberts and was a and Parade band at slate Ridge Ilam c Slavik Nutley new Jersey j preside no native of Cardiff. Alice co Bowman states that he has asked the authorities in that City to investigate but so far has had no report. The same night the Safe in the co Ca cola bottling works at Havre de Grace was blown open but did not yield any Booty As col. J c. Hebditch the proprietor had deposited All the Money on saturday night. Temperance group holds live social fathers and sons Robin Hood is coming to York on next tuesday native of Cardiff. Until five months ago when he was forced to give up his Post because of illness or. Roberts had been connected with the water department. He leaves a widow mrs. Barbara Roberts four children William a High school. Jike t Home of the Bride s parents. The bearers missionary so the Bride is Well known in her Sec piety of Chanceford presbyterian Tion of Harford county and is a Grad the woman s Christian Temperance Union held a Frances Willard social at the Delta m p. Church on Friday afternoon. In the absence of the the vice president. Miss Mccurdy presided the ceremony was performed by the mrs Hammond conducted the de Rev or William a Price of High j motions. The report of the Harrisburg land presbyterian Church at the conference was Given by mrs w. T. Brown. Mrs. John Hammond gave an inspiring and instructive talk on Frances Willard what she stood for join in banquet it in t often that one has the Opportunity to enjoy entertainment of Over seventy fathers and sons in the character afforded by Dekoven s Joyed a delightful banquet in the base immortal comic opera Robin j the funeral took place on Friday Marie . Ment of slate Ridge presbyterian which is to be presented at the Wil afternoon with interment in Lom Alonzo John and mrs. Fred coffin Church met with miss Velma Marie uate nurse having received her train four grandchildren his Mother mrs. At the Home of her parents my at the Maryland general Hospital Ellen Jane Roberts and a sister mrs or and mrs Bayard l. Igenfritz on Baltimore. Or. Slavik attended rut Norma bleacher Unicorn pa., and a saturday afternoon. The following Gers University and is a graduate of brother Harry Roberts of Philadel amended misses Nancy Showalter the Maryland University dental col phia. Doris Fife Sara Anderson Lois Ruff lege. After a Brief honeymoon trip two of his sons William and Alon Lutz Margie Ann Ruff Serla they will reside at Nutley n. J. To Are employed m the mechanical Lutz Imam swell cart Kathryn Kil department of the Wilma ton morn porch acc Anderson May Lou Ruff Beryl Kilgore Evelyn Fife and Velma persons were present the ing news. Church on thursday evening of last am Penn High school auditorium on week. Or. Paul Wilhelm acted As tuesday february 28, under the aus toastmaster and saw to it that every of the Hannah Penn Junior one had a Good time. The dinner was High school Parent teacher Assoc a prepared and served by ladies of the Tion. There will be two chances to missionary society of the Church. I see this excellent those attending the banquet were o clock in the afternoon and 8 o clock the Rev. A. Lewis Hyde or. Paul in the evening prof. W. M. Samsell messes j this is said by Many to be Amer j. T. Galley c. C. Galley John h. Ica s finest comic opera. The score Wheeler Milford Wheeler William f. Is filled with musical gems and the Bardy cemetery. Grove Frank Grove j. T. Grove Leroy Ayres n. A. Heaps j. Walter Story teems with sparkling humor. It has been highly praised by critics and Stewart Stewart Edward Stewart Curtis Guy Scarborough James generously applauded by the Public. A Fine cast and splendid chorus guar Antee a creditable and pleasing performance at York. Information concerning tickets and prices May be obtained from prof. A. Scarborough Merton Kerr Merton Kerr jr., Clell Asbury Henry mob Ley Edwin Mclaughlin Ralph Davis Ralph Davis jr., Richard Rees Edward Wilson Frank Thomas Howard h. Zimmerman at the Delta High Hamilton Raymond Hamilton Garth j school. Hamilton s. J. Adams m. F. Baxter James Fulton James Fulton jr., Howard l. Walker Hubert p. Har Kins John h. Harkins Harry Butler George Butler William Davis Harvey Sidwell Proctor Sidwell George Evans Kermit Orr Leslie Stokes m. Continued on Page 8 Chicken Noodle supper there will be a Chicken Noodle soup supper at Bryansville Evangeli Cal Church saturday evening february 25. Pics cakes sandwiches Etc., for Sale. Social service club meets the regular meeting of the social service club of Slateville and Community will be held Friday March 3, at the Home of miss Edith Wiley. And what we should stand for. A humorous Reading by miss Alma Macomber was much enjoyed. Mrs Charles Myers also favored with a Reading the misses Belva Wilson and Ruth Spidle entertained with a Short play let. A Beautiful vocal Solo was Given by miss Marjorie following the wedding a reception Salt scr and a closing. Talk was Given by the Rev. B. F. Ruley who urged All to press on in the work and not give up to seeming defeat. Refresh i ments were served. Those present were mrs. C. C Al Wimch Rev and mrs. W. A. Price or. And Clarence r. Slavik or. And mrs. Denbow or and mrs Butler mrs c. F. Jenness mrs. John in Crowl Raymond and Hammond mrs. S. J. Wilson mrs. In Oklahoma City Grier mrs j Arthur Grice mrs mrs. Heal entertains i William c. Slavik and daughter Vir Ginia mrs. George Elste and sons a wedding of interest to Many of and mrs. Ella Shaw our readers took place in Chickasha Oklahoma last saturday when miss Dorothy Gensman youngest daughter of mrs. George j. Gensman of Enid friends at luncheon Oklahoma became the Bride of Rob Ert Warren Baker of that place. Mrs. J. J. Healy recently entertain j or. Baker is a son of or. And mrs. De the following guests at luncheon o. F. Baker of Delta but for some and Bridge mrs. Charles s. Warner years has made his Home with his and mrs. Harry z. Heaps of Forest j sister mrs. J. O. Newcomb of Enid. Hill mrs. Harvey Sidwell mrs. Guy j he is employed with the Gensman Scarborough mrs. Gerald heaps mrs. Hardware company. Floyd Wyman mrs. David Pyle mrs. J the Bride is a graduate of the Enid Osborne heaps mrs. Howard Hamil High school attended Phillips uni i ton mrs. Stewart Dooley and mrs. Varsity and graduated from the Enid j Stanley Amos. Card party a card party for the Benefit of the Mason and Dixon Library will be held at the Library room on Friday March 17, at 2 p. M. Business College. She is a member i of the first presbyterian Church and an Active worker in the Young peo Ples department. A dinner was Given in their Honor to which a num Ber of friends were invited. At hotel Putur 7w. Run not neither go too slowly Hun not in the streets neither go too Wishington took the above quotation from a French Book published in 1595, and applied it to himself. If it Sis a Good Rule in his Day the governor s committee on Street and High Way safety believes it is even More Worth while today. With Washington s birthday at hand the committee passes it on for the thoughtful consideration of Pennsylvania pedestrians. W. T. Brown mrs. Joseph t. Harry mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. M. S. Macom Ber mrs. C. W. Switzer mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. V. G. Stubbs Mia. W. W. Sellers mrs. W. H. Bay mrs. A. H. Zimmerman mrs. S. J. Barnett mrs. Charles Myers Rev. And mrs. B. F. Ruley mrs. Ida Ayres mrs. Howard Sellers mrs. Howard Walker mrs. W. R. Williams mrs. H. J. Evans mrs. Henry Poff mrs. Francis Jones mrs. Pearce mrs. Pennington mrs. Mary Wise Alma Macomber mar Jorie Switzer Letitia Kent Marietta. Williams Cassandra Jones miss i Grove Ruth Spidle Belva Wilson. Bake Sale the Mary Hyde society of slate i Ridge Church will hold a bake Sale and Light luncheon in the store room of mrs c. C. Butler saturday february 25. There will be dressed 1 chickens soup pies cakes Etc. For Sale. In spa Peri in spa Peri

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