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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 4, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaA Herald the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 1 Delta York county pa., thursday january 4, 1931 established Harford family Vauney school notes or and Louis Scarborough spent sunday with or. And. Wil Malone. Mrs. Ralph Houser visited sketches of Mission work depicted by Muriel Ramsay the annual reunion of the family of the late Thomas and Rachel heaps my _ tvs held on new year s Day at the Thomas Burk on sunday Home of or. And. Andrew Wai those present were or. And i i. W. Heaps or. And. Wil j son heaps and children Ethel Jane and Henry Wallace or. And. J Marshall t. Heaps or. And. A of craps miss Anita heaps or. And a Day on the Mission Field continued from last week i West Bangor. John Jacobs i j expires on tees. G. T. Griffith is spending a few Days this week in Baltimore with j Garah Ellen Jacobs wife of her husband who is a patient in the John d Jacobs died at the Home of 1 _ t a i Union memorial Hospital. Ner son in Law and daughter or. And a sort of Bathtub Chang whom i will always think of j Gerald Roberts of Baltimore spent org Clarence Wiley tuesday Jan urk on sunday j. A nothing. More than a huge As the maker of the Best Wun Duns last week with his Uncle and aunt 2 at o clock. The deceased Mackinson visited the Brick Struc in China. His wife has malaria we or. And. Rowland Roberts. Iron Mauiu Hijii Muni. Ley school new year s Day. About three feet the ground. Left quinine for her. Out William Arnold and j do you take Ball that illness of Chang s soul which it is the has Russell Robinson of red lion j i asked. Us the most anxiety. How i spent Christmas with or. And. J from the canal just out. Hope that somehow through the Michael Robinson and family. Gide the Back Dov is into i quiet conversation there with him miss Mary Rosenberry of skip i j m under the fog Black this evening. God dropped some word or. And. Rowland Roberts. Mrs. Winna with her Mother in Coulso town. Marshall i. Jan. Michael Robinson and family j k Dov is into it. Quiet conversation Mere Wilu my listed Citra in to Numa Sipma. In a of craps miss Anita heaps or. Ana of skip e m under the Black this evening. God dropped some word land is spending the balance its j. M. Wheeler or. And. J spent Christmas week with Len in warm we of Healing Power into his sore heart j week in Lansdowne the gues k ton heaps and children Anna pro q a when son Charles Margaret James and Thomas mr., Bvron Hughes and i what makes me so Yawn j miss Grace Hutton of Sis i. _ very simple i w 66 years 10 months and Kerr spent wednesday Ilg death was due to a com or. Mary j. Tyson plication of diseases. Surviving be n j sides her husband John d. Jacobs. Sydney Davies attended the Are three soj1s three daughters Eisteddfod in Philadelphia on monday Cullver Jacobs and. S. H Mel of guest of her York John Jacobs Baltimore Paul Jacobs it. Rainier my. Mrs. David Walker Muddy Creek Forks stupidly All of de t Vit. Axil. Jato. A for a a. Orr and. William Terrill Christmas evening at its to Omas Wallace airs. John Orr Rush of and Cooper we Ard Kermit Orr. Ross Bay j course said Wang to Keg me set the rat trap near the door. George Rutledge and sons Wilbur course Saiu cd 0, 0 _ _ what makes me so Yawn a miss Grace Hutton of slate Hill j and Ciarence Wiley Delta r. W Llull tilt j to i heavy Hong As she parked spending a few Days with her d one sister Frank Chandler Teeth in a Tumbler for the night and Friend. Miss Dora Barbour. J slate run Penna. Funeral services miss Helen Hickey visited her win be held from the Home of or. George Rabidau Maglaughlin visited Nis doa t you know the whole i Don t know j. Repi Iea. And George jr., or. And rents or. Mrs. Thomas out Eule. Don t y game strenuous Day j Snodgrass and son Austin or. And Christmas morning. Men first then but i m almost too tired to get my Alvin Mccalm or. And m a Reg and children they can t shoes Charles Dever or. And Walter and May spent Friday of j5 reheat water for each it must be this Mountain air Wilhelm. Margaret Stokes Ana d m Louis scar Anoruo in rare Ito. Blowing out the and Ida May spent Friday of i Xueyi Vernoon Wither. And. Louis scar member of this is the said Jolly Wang blowing out i Don t i replied. We schoolmate. Miss Margaret Miller and org Clarence Wiley on Friday st week. Afternoon at 2 o clock. Rev. B. A death entered our midst this week j Jones win officiate. Interment will taking double toll again. On monday u made in Stateville cemetery. Rough. Usual sort of tub in one part of this Light. Miss Martha Ailes of Baltimore has b Borough. It has been a Lovely Day. God hit Vaaj Guivy a Wilc Illta Iii Oichi a Cunningham Mccleary passed away funeral director h. P. Harkins and on tuesday. John Jacobs. Have Ciaro a of funeral arrangements. Flip int Nillus wet cd to both the bereaved families we sex has been with i tend our sympathy. Most the men of first 11 and we All said Yea j Rev. John Hammond returned Home think the limit that j it is sunday at Hsu Shukwan a on tuesday after spending the holi think the anything Rural Church Center. Days with his son in Law and Daugh other local happenings of interest Charles Dever or. Wilhelm. Margaret Stokes miss Ruth Thomas. 1 by Iiara. F4bm crop value for teak spent Christmas with her Uncle and shows 42 per cent gain aunt or. And. Harry Mackison. J Clarence Krick of Binghamton n. N for anything. Rural Church Center. I Days with his son Miaw Ana Mausu the value of farm crops produced is spend hug a few Days visiting his can rain rain rain of. How it has Ter or. And. William Jones of miss e Dith in Pennsylvania during 1933 shows a Mother. Catnerine kick of rained All Day Scranton. Mrs Christmas Din Only s of a and tothe state department of or. And. Handley was compared country Church the following from a distance at j Marshall Scarborough Ture substantially higher prices were or and. James Handley and g friends it seems i thought no one would be Brave i tended the funeral of Cunningham _ Luj i i to Ture substantially Uigum cd it. Ana her friends it seems i to uni. No Uduc largely responsible for this phenom Hudren june Johnnie and Porter. Very prevalent supers i enough to come out from the smaller Mccleary his son Harry Mccleary it and e j next world villages and farms to worship this of Slatington and or. And. 1-d Nal Advance in aggregate value. The or. Jangles n. Mackison and China that in me next won estimates for the past three years children Jimmie and Jane or. And must up the water in orning but to my Surprise men and Ward Scheaffer of Philadelphia. Are 1933, 1932,. H. H. Telton and daughter Marr in this world of washing and even children began too too and 1931, value Tea Shierman. E. H. Beardsley f any part of arrive quite Early. By ten of clock a estimates must not be confused with j c. H. Rightmire and son thirty had gathered. Valley school presents since a Large proportion Julial Mother of such a dripping Palm Fibre raincoats drip of the Field crops grown in. Pennsyl miss Aires and Charles Mac or some other very Ping Oil paper umbrellas dripping Fig Vania is fed to livestock and sold in spent the Christmas holidays who is to Pun ures in. J. T. Galbreath and family in of the Field crops grown in. J miss Anna roles Ana daughter or some other very Ping Oil paper umbrellas dripping Vania is fed to livestock and sold in spent the Christmas holidays relative who is to be so Pun ures in patched Blue. Garments and the form of livestock or livestock m new York visiting Anna s parents when Jolly Wang herself pair after pair of mud be spattered officials exp a Ivris. Charles Ailes. Loo of even muddied Straw products department officials and. Charles Ailes. Planned. Cash income estimates for Stewart of dal-----.-, 1933 covering All farm products sold spent the Christmas holidays with Qaji. Announced later. This or. And. Dan daughter pastor announced the first hymn for Christmas program the. Students of the Valley school. C. H. Rightmire Ard miss Betty when jo11v Vatu in 13 Ailes wished to Wash her Long Raven locks Bare legs and even muddied Straw Grinath teachers presented the Fol of Dallastown rail at her in this sandals crossed the Church threshold lowing Christmas program on de a Vinci Witsil in _ oif Fillol Fth it till the pews were half filled and the us go. The records for 1933 easily sustain al Stewart of slate Hill. Want me to drink that filthy water c. A service. Cember devotional exercises 8th Grade Welcome Jimmiie Mackison Christ pertained the following guests on Christmas Day or. And Harry f. Miller or. And. Frank Leidig and or. Wayne Markley All of har Risburg. Peach Bottom Grange no. 1711 postponed its installation of officers from monday night january 1 until monday night january a because of the ted roads. 1 miss Edith Robinson teacher in Indianapolis Indiana returned Home after spending the he Days with her Brothers and families or. Reu Uius ii Demk that filthy water the As one i Albert and. Ida May Ayres spent it Emit that s a Fine As i led their wayward singing with j Raas Bells Martha Yelton recitation of the leading agricultural states. Tuesday afternoon with or. And. Ave and attitude my violin looking Down into the Hap i Johnnie Handley a dream Billy Ailes a Commonwealth had the second a Mackison and family. Way 1.0 Bouw y t. Kroup. T thought of recitation Joe Wiley Christmas the Commonwealth had the second James n. Mackison and family. By faces of that group. I thought of recitation the. Xian. James in. Jasiac Kaiou. J by faces Ottnat group. In Ungui Reci Lauon Jug Xvi ice most valuable Hay crop and the Eva Jphnson grandson. Bob to these people had plodded Grade greeting cards Anble crop of tits. And. H. J. _ a Milos of rior Ribov Slippery Dent a Lars re Howard Robinson Cumberland md., Elmer air and William j. Robinson Delta. Miss Ruth. Anderson has returned Tih wonder aau enter Grewo to Chester where she is a teacher fourth valuable Apple crop of Jolson or and. H. J. It up a a bad Over Miles of horribly Slippery primary dept a Large task Martha after spending the holidays with her any state. Pennsylvania Handley. E. A Beardsley miss Mav Ion to be clean Clay along precariously narrow paths Cooper music Barnetts dialog a parents and j o. All the states first in Mary Rosel Berry. C. H. Right Job of toothless winding thru their Rice in order Christmas eve Gram the Protection of buckwheat first in mire and Sori Juli Arii took dinner Sun curd peddle a num to come to Church and my heart was mar dept Why Milton Burk a Cigar Leaf tobacco fourth in silage Day with or. Mrs. James hand t e followed us Down warmed till i almost forgot the Grey Christmas Flower june Handley i m Corn fifth in Rye and grapes sixth and family. Thru Nornine discs an nigh or trip. Garnett Resolution followed us warmed till i almost Orgo e Gre Christmas Ower Une _ e it Vitea a number of sky out of doors threatening discs so Jadi Oracle Barnett Resolution a. Barnetts Viola Harkins who has been very ill is slowly improving. She is Nair boat we invited a num Utu vat _ in pears and peaches seventh in win a Lawrence Burk visited at the Home Juul Board and they were Ter to our cherished plans for the Day. Roosevelt Hall or. Music Barnetts Ter wheat and cherries thirteenth in of Nis sister. Arthur mag laugh the women would be the congregation Sang and prayed dialog the fairies and the Christ Lin Christmas afternoon. Tit Clever rag dolls and cloth and listened thru the c e. Service. Mas primary dept what it August Lay of Binghamton n. A. By the Clever rag u _ Corn fourteenth in Oats and thirteenth in the value of All crops. 7 Pennsyl Dayt his animals we Vania crops order of their 1933 it you i Margaret Lay j to in town this no and listened thru uie Mas tree primary and on unto the morning Church ser takes to make Christmas grammar Ceas All congregations do of course. Dept papa s share Harry Loucks and yet in a Way All its own. It s a comforting thought. Edwin Ailes at the Home of her daughter. Harry Callary Jarrettsville. Thomas a. Hughes of Baltimore spent the Christmas and new year holidays with his parents or. And. Harry a. Hughes. Jane Mackinson Small daughter of or. And. James Mackinson jr., is improving after an attack of Coho of we re holding in town this Jno Yei. A value Are Hay. Corn potatoes wheat family How to reverence was typically Oriental. Its song Jouy Claus primary Oats and apples. The potato crop j miss Sara Jordon spent Christmas Temoer informality was like that of a big dept dialog Christmas which was slightly less than in 1932, or. And. Davis make these teach family having morning prayer to grammar dept the Christ child Isa pneumonia miss Cassandra was Worth just twice As much due Cooper and daughter Mildred. Ren we p and Gether. The pastor left the pulpit Sev Belle and Alta Cooper Santa s help j Jones a the nurse in attendance. To an increase from 45 to 90 cents a my. And Clinton Johnson and you to Ria you eral times to help those with poor ers 3rd Grade boys song Jingle miss Bertna Jones Haa returned to Bushel in the average Price paid far daughter Wanda visited at the Home a nurse win Ica is eyesight to find their places in the Bells school Christmas in the Cabin h mers All the leading crops show an of or and Jarales Handley Sun can join uie m Hymnbook or to Start those who could Garnette Davis music dialog a j m the Day afternoon. F Vou come read a Little on the right Christmas Carol written and coached j s. W. Holden and miss Hulda Smith ing. Win bring in the scripture lesson he was Reading by Batty Whiteford of the 8th Grade org j h be spent Christmas Day with or. And were b. Of go Thuiy might follow him As he Frost s Christmas tree of and m. Andy Smith and family. Los our and they read. Sometimes two babies would Wallor Davis Lassie s wishes Pri or and Ralph Davis or. And. Garrison Workman course we around the Orgal Tiu one of Mary dept the Christmas stocking the holidays with. Trained at dinner or. And. Wil and Little daughter spent Christmas Mea i fell Down and a Mother would Jarales and Henry Hutton music. Bar Shea gym Qreen Itan Davis of Oxford or. And. Day with. Edith Krick and family was cd boat under the have to go Forward to Rescue her off Netts Squire Hawley s the following spent saturday m Tea nov swords town Iii Ooi b Church Spring. As i watched the restless Chil grammar dept the. J. T. He wee kerosene lamp and Dren plans began to form in my mind Christmas tree primary dept miss a curl Riotoc Holly no f us picked up our chop for a much needed children s Church presents Dale Robinson a meal it Here. Christmas tree 6th Grade Piti la Beard Are out of but All went Well till a Centipede music Barnetts dlr lob. Santa s increase in unit value Over 1932. Entertains at dinner and. Ralph Davis enter w. C. Stifler and Charlesr am Ria of Baltimore. Alice Mcnutt of were quietly married at the Cambria Beckley or. And. J. E. Jacobs parsonage by on thurs of Washington j l6mre j. H. Stubbs enter school on account of sickness. Was d e Licious As ensured the window near me and ran primary dept at Home trained at dinner the Rev. And. Henry Houser of Hopewel. Vir never made a Des Down the Wall stopping just a few s Wiso Marr christens 6th w l Mccormick and daughters Ginia spent sunday evening. Is and Toffee inches above my head. Grade boys the can Somas Story Rosalyn Margaret Mary Louise and Edith Krick and family. Has something yet for which to now i Don t like centipedes i Don t Mary Ward tha most noted Man Betty of Philadelphia or. And. Or. And. William Pyle and Early we in. Mind snakes or caterpillars but bet orc Jam Barnett Sev Stubbs daughters. Ruth a Centipede bit Edwall Beard Randall Rma duties at the Herald times after holidays with her and sister or. And Bronx new York and. Earl shears and Dorothy and Donald Gettys no n f ii of Lansdowne or. No m11 a the Home of a could boar the Slithery venomous Rushlin Jalcs Siccle and Harvey. Donald Stubbs of Washington parents or. And John Fantom. An or things. This one was six inches Long to warts or. Malsic a True or and c. P. Whiteford and or. And. W. T. Burk of Delta a the women near me him run Dorothy let Mabel and Jean of Vised or. Burk s parents or. And Lowry to j j the wll and Etta lollies Hnry. Spent sunday played the baby Organ and i my looks of horror it Upland Obyc Elwell heard. Graham and sons Donald Curtis Mervyn called on in York monday evening. Or. And. W. H. Galbreath and daughter Marian Anil Kiks Csc Galbreath have from an trip to Jackson i .1.-, Flor Ida where visited son Artil Flor i Whiteford. Or. And. Robert Fulton entertained at dinner dlr. And. Smith Fulton or. And. Carl a servant sir ran for a miss in with miss Anna Ailes. Lioun while heavy Hong cheered a him too Fantom is visiting appreciatively from the g empty Smith and Ruth the Home of her sister or William _ the the Emma. Mary or. Pyle of Aberdeen chinese Home after the cares of us upon and. Frank Grove or. And or or. And Avau or the to paused m orca Ehmer Henry or. Harr. Ork Don t song. Old Santa clans. It s Only a social c m i. The regular meeting of vie Sci u service club of Stateville Vicinity Herman my. Clarenc a in i in ii _ Laughlin or. And. Frank Mont Tho Home of or. And. Cla december of. Gomery. And. Glenn it Wilaj closing out the noisy Street of which it has been a part All Day the and son Edwin Mana the Lauoy Cwiren can sit Down and or William Royd Ralph and sa., vacation and Are now. Will be held at the i said yes to be but every Caroline Rightmire 011 Friday Eathor Eye on or. Cunti at. That Moi Nunt on Uel Mclaug Blin Fulton or. William Mclaughlin. Year work for 1034. T Burk William fan miss Ruth Smith spent Christmas Kison. Jr., and James Wise. Those Nett Lawrence Lurk. January urged to he present As ins to Start the now y perfect attendance. Miss Ruth Smith in vistas Kison. Jr., and James Wise. "7. Johnson Willis Krick week with her sister Paul Wiley having a perfect attendance for the torn Johnson or. And. Swords and children 033 term were Edith and everything i Rosy for the fire spent sunday with or. And or Gcorge pm st Csc. Company banquet tomorrow mph Harry Lcy grammar dept. For month of perfect attendance for the you can t afford to it. The Bull _ George on december Jane Ailes Isabella Ailes i term was As follows of Mildred Ailes. Anna Ailes Ida May Anna Ailes Dorothy Henry miss5oxakv Socik a the Stateville Mir i of Brothers will be there with plenty of their schoolmate Brood old Hill Billy music and songs. Christmas. Of teen approached by re the committee to buy on Johnnie a cakes c. L. Roberts Leroy Butler or r. O. Speeches and primary department Honor Roll Ayres Tuia Beard Dorothy Henry Henry Dorous mar arct Henry Dorothy Hughes Laughlin Lilliy t Lillian Ste ticket Call Krick Mary Loucks Margaret nor Maglaughlin Lillian Smith Esther Flea ii. Iris Helen Scarborough Edith Smith Smith Edith Stevart Ruth Ella Fantom my harry1 Hazel Wiley Edwin aus George j Wiley. Garnette Davis Etta Louise j Morris. Keith Robinson Loucks Harry Loucks James Mac Torbert Olive Torbert James bar Steele. Stewart Burk portion of the voted to study work to 1 uie after nou for Lay a Reed Gai breath. Harry. C. A. Snoop brass. Albert Stubbs and. Clarence Wiley. Thirk try sunday k. Jones teacher in it a v. Year s with inn i Cholris Jones and a severe it a ii Nionia in miss is re wishes the Ivor. T. Arros her son William Sarah Nancy. Of friends and new year s week end callers at a Iorii of or. And. William j. Cob Inkon or. And. Jesse wins Low and son Jesse jr., of Chicago ml., miss Edith Robinson Indiana or. And. Elmer Robinson and Edith Ann. Raid John Kojl. James f. Boyd miss Kohl i Fred Smith Helen Smith and Iveliss tary Redding Bel air. A new year s dinner was served continued on Page two
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