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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 11, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland part vol. Lvi. No. 2 a pita. York county pa., thursday january sketches of Mission work depicted by Muriel Ramsay a Day on the Mission Field i continued from last Leevo j sewing society meets at Church Temple workers a county Bank stockholders hold meeting Mold organization i meetings the meeting. Of the site sew me it is tuesday in a tiny Mountain then who could resist the Tiger or Village on the Edge of the Tai Lake. The Monkey or the Gingham dog or the Church on thursday afternoon. A in by Sunrise the town of Golden the fat elephant All washable in mrs. N. A. Heaps conducted the de i opened by singing. Tie doxology. A the Rehoboth Temple workers met held at i at the Home of mrs. Kate Edwards was held at elect directors and officers for Lin sum year to organi if new rank mouthed head was All in a hubub., breakable and made of such attract Early risers had discovered a strange Tive cloth but most popular of All Houseboat in their midst. It must i were the dolls fully dressed the dolls have arrived in the night. I with captivating Little Black cloth by six o clock both Banks of the pigtails tied with Bright Pink Wool canal and the Stone Bridge near the i their arms were put on with but were lined with Folk bowls that they could move up and chopsticks in their hands eating their Down. Of they were wonderful no breakfasts and talking excitedly. I doubt about that every Mother yes there s a foreign girl on that j wanted one for her child. Every boat. I saw her last said wanted one for herself. Small maid and two Stout women said Jolly Wang get i to 1 a Needle and thread Iven t any notional exercises which consisted j portion of the scripture was re Jed by of singing scripture Reading and mrs. J. C. Williams followed of the prayer. Readings were Given by lord s prayer in unison. Mrs. John m Nahaqm-0" hoi p continued her discourse on West Bangor i at their annual stockholders meet Ings York county Banks made Many mrs. G. T. Griffith returned Home in the directorates such As saturday after spending a. Week in reducing the number of directors and land and mrs. Mary Dooley. J the life of the late Rowland Evans j Baltimore visiting or. Griffith who j electing new officers for the ensuing the i followed by prayer after which the is still a patient in the Hospital. She year. Another important and Falla vice president mrs. W. E. Arthur j Roll was called each member re reports him As being much improved. Fele change brought about during the had charge of the bus Ness meeting i spending with a verse of the scrip 1 mrs. Percy Gnau of York and j reports were Given by the Secretary Ture. The following were present mrs. Edward Jacobs of Manchester and treasurer mrs. Walter John Hammond mrs. Were among the friends who attend Ance plan in which All the Banks "10 of and mrs. J. T. Gailey. Those in at. Tendance were mrs. Howard Harn j Mary a. Evans mrs. Kate Edwards j t-516 funeral of mrs. John Jacobs the county now in operation Are mrs Jennie Wilson Fleming from a distance. Ilton mrs. P. W. Wyman mrs. S. J. Evans mrs r Thomas mrs. Adams mrs. Graham Thompson Davies. Mrs. Hugh j. Evans mrs. Clarence James mrs. J. Wal mrs hush r Evans mrs. Rotert l piece them Ter Stewart mrs. Robert Stewart a even to mrs. D. A. Bay mrs. N. A. Heaps. Legs. You mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. W. E. Arthur is in this mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Emory Lowe ssi onary i mrs. F. E. Mcguigan mrs. Walter key 11 bring i Jenkins mrs. Guy Scarborough mrs. I and so James a. Fulton mrs. Owen Greider mrs. George Holland mrs. Mary d they All. Dooley misses Beryl Wyman and j Margaret Stewart. Tice asked i to pitiful eni rough her Aings they of kor local happenings of interest Roberts mrs. William w. Williams mrs. William m. Williams mrs. Rob Ert c. Roberts mrs. Everett Kilburn mrs. Vernon Knopp mrs. Arthur heaps mrs. Griffith Griffith mrs. N. M. Scarborough mrs. Edward Stew Art and son Edward mrs. Elsie Evans mrs. Annie Jones misses Myra Williams Elizabeth Williams. Mary Etta Williams Enid Lewis and Ellen Rowlands. Dainty refreshments were served. Pm Valley school notes Fantom is spending j but we time sister mrs. Wil miam Lee of Havre de Grace i Liam Fyle in Havre de Grace who j 1 miss Bromwen Hammond and Little Niece Helen Louise Jones returned i i tic Pating. Under this plan All de i posits up to the amount of Are to Scranton on tuesday after guaranteed by the Federal gov ing the week end with miss Ham j Ern ment until july 1934. After that mond s parents. Date deposits up to Are to mrs. Edward Barbour and Daugh Ter miss Dora and Warren Burkins were visitors in York on monday. Mrs. Kate Edwards and daughter. Mrs. Jennie Wilson entertained the Rehoboth Temple workers on wednesday. E guaranteed. Results of stockholder s meet rings of several county Banks follow first National Fawn Grove at the annual stockholder s meet a letter from mrs. Elizabeth Davies j eng of the first National who is spending the Winter with her j Bank of Fawn Grove were reduced daughter in. White Plains n. Y., in from nine to seven. The directors forms us that although the other members of the family have been elected were John f. Lowe Harry m. Anderson w. E. Manifold w. Howard i is spending a few Days with r. W. Class rates Henry and daughters and or. And mrs. Robert porch. Bad heavy Ihas been 1uite m a. Think mrs. Clarence. James Lancaster those co., recently spent a few Days with j or and org Jodi m Ayres if on we. And mrs. E. K. James who have family spent saturday m York. It our been ill. Ruth Anna Wise and Eula Beard us and your mrs. Mary Coyne who. Has returned to sch0ol after being ill Sines Christmas is now improving. On account of sickness yep Only two Xvi ass Pauline Ramsay visited v friends rials. Soon in Philadelphia Over the week end. Little. Jane Mackison is improving from pneumonia. Mrs. Carl Thornton and miss Grace mrs Anna Scarborough and Chil suffering with colds she continues Webb w. R. Brown Walter l onion very Well. And Edward g. Ruff. Three new directors were elected w. R. Brown w. L. Onion and w. H. Webb. Wil Liam j. Martin c. A. Wallace j. N. Wiley Harry l. Mcsparran and w. P. Trout were not candidates for re election. The Board organized by electing the following presi Dent John f. Lowe vice president h. M. Anderson second Vicer presi Dent w. A. Manifold Secretary w. R. Brown cashier Lane r. Whitaker assistant cashier d. W. Mcelwain Teller Charles Merryman and Book sir prise for Delta boy a Surprise party was Given by members of the Junior class of d. H. S. On monday night for Thomas Crawford at his Home on main Street it being his 16th birthday. The evening was spent playing games. Those pres aged which was Thomton have returned from the Dren Paul and Helen visited or. And ent were misses Ella Beard Ruth spi4 memorial Hospital Baltimore. Mrs. O. O. Scarborough of Prospect i Eva Nora Wise Belva Wilson where they underwent. Keeper Marui Ruff. Peoples National Delta be a Little Larty they operations for appendicitis. Mary Martha heaps Laura heaps As the Peoples National Bank of or. And mrs. A. G. Hicks of York j Helen Hickey. Mary Gladys Jones Delta is in receivership no meeting played or and mrs. Charles visitors of or. Andi mrs. W. D. J Emily Proctor Geh Sootae de of. The stockholders was held Vendar have closed their Home in for on Friday. I Ith Draper Lessylee Hask Rieba Ruff i Are the present r no text mrs. Clinton Johnson spent Mon i Day in York. Or. And mrs. William Whiteford and mrs. G. C. Whiteford sunday. H. J. Handley and James Handley Herbert Finch Hyde Dooley Joe Robinson John Bulette Wilmer cant Ler Roy Ayres Lee Jones Harold and d Lavendar have closed their Home in Delta for Pavis on Friday. I Ith Draper Lessylee Hask Reba Ruff i Are underway at the present time to ran Down Tho and Are living with their 11 Randall Maglaughlin recently Call Ruth Ruff Mary Elizabeth Dunlap meet Delta s banking needs through it a rubber son in Law and. Daughter or. And go a. The Home of Fri mrs t messes. William Galbreath n. M. The organization of a new Bank e Monkey mrs Gerald Burk i Scarborough. Jr., Charle Johnston uch1 harder miss Rose e. Galbreath is spend j Ange Blue ing sometime with her sister at j ties showed Temple University. With both or. And mrs. John Fantom mrs. I instead of Clarence Norris mrs. Chester me a mid air. Laughlin and Clifton Fantom Ami y ver seen a York spent sunday in Havre de before. Soon Grace visiting the former s daughter were in Fork on saturday. I i doll Mak mrs. William Pyle who has just re or. And mrs. Martin Howe moved _ into an apartment at the Home of Al a cd jt11 cell jul mrs. Charles Burkins on monday Vwilliams Frank Donald Hickey Sam Mclaughlin and Thomas j ocl Hrc Crawford. First National and Trust company of red lion at the annual meeting of the stockholders of d Home turned Home from the Hospital. Bother the or and mrs. J. Howard Stubbs in provided have closed their Home for the win for Maytag Ter Are now visiting their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. The class Ivd indeed that even Jolly Wang joints and i Rice chaff e 4 Clay p. Whiteford. Or. And mrs. O. H. Heaps were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Harry z. Heaps Forest Hill on Friday evening. Prof and mrs. A. H. Zimmerman entertained their Cousin mrs. Mar Garet Miller Over the week end. The first National company of red i lion. 24 directors were re elected they Are Wiley h. Andrews Daniel i f. Brenneman t. E. Brooks Freder ick j. Ebert w. M. Gemmill David a. Heindeil Eugene m. Horn h. W. O. Hold Rai Tuet j Mcguigan Peter Mcguigan c at car Del january 8. Or. And mrs. Jesse Hutton and William Burkins spent sunday even ing with r. W. Henry and a banquet wag held at the car Del j w. Sheeler f. H. Shenberger and or. And mrs. Robert porch. Hotel on Friday evening by the Delta Streavig r. S. Taylor William miss Mary Burkins has returned to Marcliff company. R. O. Me Taylor Fred m. Wagran d. 1 Meads Spurgeon l. Pomraning Paul s. Raub Charles e. Roseman s s is Christ. B. S. Sentz l. E. Sentz h. Her Home after spending several i a Niin served As toastmaster and Workinger and Charles f. Zarfos. Chhout a doubt kept the crowd in a seven men who served As Directo weeks at Mccall s ferry. Miss Rosa Sparks has returned i from a visit to her Home at Alesia my. Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan and Daugh-1 the december spelling Honor Roll Ter mrs. Hugh r. Evans have the grammar department was As been housed with severe colds. I follows Grade Ailes Jane Ailes officers Griffith Griffith who was quite sick last week is much improved. 1 Esther Smith. James Steele Billy of. The Fawn Fantom and Harvey Stewartjr. Miss Mary e. Jones a teacher at Lay evening spent with Lucr Grade Krick. Margaret de by Mem parents. Or. And Nicholas Jones. Steele. Ruth Ella Wiley Marguerite it to i t rtt 1 i torn Grange mrs. William Robinson has been mood the entire evening. The last year were not candidates Brothers furnished plenty of year. They Are George Ferl a Hill Billy music which was enjoyed Franklin Hovis David d. Miller i. By All. The following officers were tin neg h. Snyder ja.r.3 installed president r. L. Roberts b. Sec Irist and n. Nairn a t. H. Wheeler score their places on the Board will i John Beakes treasurer. J. Cur filled tis Johnson Hail Man c. C. Stiver immediately after the fire chief h. P. Harkins assistant meeting the Board of director of l j. Lester Williams trus organized by re electing the, c. O. Holden and ing officers presidents s. T. Crooks. W. Harry Ruff quite ill at her Home on Chestnut i magi a Snodgrass. Street. Present were Sufler i in Luu Lill Latcu were the two projects which were approved Are hard surfacing Chestnut Street from Chapel Alley to the Bor Ough line and grading the High school grounds. A great Deal of credit is due the school officials in having the latter project approved. These grounds As we All know have been in poor condition for Many years but the completion of the work now underway will to a great asset to the town As vill also the Chestnut Street project. Several projects Are being consid ered throughout peach Bottom and townships but As yet they have not been approved. I installed i master Donald Wise son of or. Master William Richardson overseer and mrs. John Wise who has been on the sick list for several weeks is improving. A Hlin Eula Beard James Barnett. Grade Torbert Garnette Davis. George Jamison lecturer miss Ruth Wilson Steward mrs. Jennie Brown lady assistant Steward mrs. John b. Miss Ella Moore who was a a Jamison chaplain mrs. Thomas Tient in a Baltimore Hospital of. Brown treasurer l. M. Several Days has returned to he Secretary Thomas Brown rat keep or Everett Richardson Ceres Doro i Grade Robinson Ida David Pyle Milford Moore Kelly i Asbury Bertram Enfield m. T. Heaps. T. H. Wheeler Raymond Hamilton theron d. Whiteford. Hubert p. Harkins Spencer k. Heaps Earl t. Myers Andrew May Ayres Dorothy Henry. Mar Welch Harvie l. Stubbs. Carl Grove Home Here. Gemmill and Jacobs i a Rory and Caslier j. Bonton Trust officer w. W. Ant Cashiers. Re. Ancl James g. Arno Raul la. Hess and Curtis k. Panics Book keepers Sterling s Itz. Merle Brown of lion thy porno a Mary Flora mrs. Onion Hess. Sun Ioil o. K. Sci Tkv i Torbert Edith Stewart and Milton Wilson w. H. Myers Lester Williams automobile was i. J David Roberts Clay i. Whitef nil. Brown stolen from in front of the car Del hotel on Friday evening while or. Williams was attending the Delta Cardiff fire company banquet. The car was found abandoned on the s1ekt.s at Isick 3tjoa3k Quarry Ridge with but slight damages. Ough Evans Hall social service club the slate Villa Junior c. E. Society met at the Home of George Dick i or. The president miss Dorothy Roberts had charge of the meeting. The Leader for the evening was miss Flora Street. Those in attendance o. O. F. 3vikktixg the regular meeting of the slate j were Ville social service club will be held Street at the Home of mrs. Caroline right Doro mire on Friday evening january 12. Galb this meeting was postponed last. Phy ing big preparations for a Booster Tissys Janet Holland on founders Day thursday week on account of bad roads. Dorothy Roberts Anna and february 1. State officers from. Har j d. A. Bay mrs. Malford Dooley Louise Jones David Risburg will be present and it will be j mrs. S. J. Adorns mrs. Mary Dooley Wilson Bay. John Mur an open in Hall. All mrs. Richard Rocs mrs. Floyd by a. Dick or. And or. Odd Fellows and their friends Are Cor Man mrs. Walter Stewart and mrs. Tiu Stockholm Dtta far and merc a Nils Bank re. Robert Williams j. L. Williams pm the Gar a. Strott. C. M. Warner. 11. O. Of Vns. Dillon h. Sevis. A. C. Study class meets Mclaughlin John Beakes. Lekoy Fry it sting d. Surfing with mus. Macomb Juki Williams c. O. Holden John w. Arnold j. Jeff c. E. L. O. Williams John Smithf John s Streavig d. Fred Ramsay. A. Horn j. C. W. 7. And d. A. Millor. S. Horn Fisher Karl Kilburn l. L. Me h outran and s. C. Winter Mcm Bura k mice Max Tobin v. S. Wilkin o the boart ast Yonari Werc not can son. W. A. Sparks. M. S. A Acornl a this year. The directors met an. H. W. Butler. And re elected the following off cars Pios ident a. C. Fry Vicc i Sofii dents d. Starling Mitzal and j. C. Winter and cashier _. K. The Homo club of slate Smith Asri it cashier i. I try Hill will moot at the borne of mrs. Jacobs Curvin a. C the study class of slate Ridge h. B. Willir Church held an All Day meeting and a covered dish luncheon at the Home of mrs. Marion Macomber last tucs Day. Those attending were mrs. A. The Odd Fellows of Delta Are Mak in. Zimmerman mrs. C. C. Butler mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Howard Walker mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. And mrs. G. B. Dick. Dually invited to be present. I Marion Macomber. Ii Oak Cox Mokis Cleill Walter Orion on t5iiii-Silny after clerks h w. Grove Artiss noon january 25 at o clock. Miller ant. Dealer d. Craley. V i esp new Shafert

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