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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 14, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaU i ii v i Deli a Herald times run nov. Penns Stanla Andt Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Liv. No. 2 adequately Cote tog Southern Yorac county Penn Syltana Harbor county. Maryland county pm thursday january an Independent weekly established 1878 Fawn Grove mobilizes forces to boost Borough betterment enthusiastic applauds plans for town in with pleasing con Cert. Something like two Hundred inter ested and enthusiastic citizens of Fawn grow and its environs gathered in the town Hall at that place on wednesday night in response to the Call of chief Burgess a. H. and roundly applauded his plea for a trigger and better Borough. The meeting held on wednesday night was More in the Way of getting up steam than of really getting a Vicau the end of the first half Delta High at the show a year ago will be re Fui Nill Tuc i j a Jib Judi. Rim. Morris. This group of musicians is a j for the future let us use the j several changes were made m the frn thai town and com a Ian term Mark. Behold1 of directorate and offi distinct credit to the town and Community and presented a Fine appear Ance in their Blue uniforms and Gold braid. Burgess Morris leads of a. A Morris called the meeting to order and in a Brief but pointed Man Ner stated its purpose. He reviewed the growth of the town and the Gene Sis of its principal industries and advantages. While he emphasized the importance of spending Money at he also stressed the Wisdom of investing Money in Home enterprises rather than seeking outside invest ments Many of which were More promising than profitable the Opportunity and the danger of a network of Good roads was Pom Etc out and the people urged to see to it that they did not afford More of a Means of egress than of ingress. The advertising value of a Beautiful and attractive town stressed and merchants and business men were exhorted to make their places clean neat Anid pleasing to the Eye referring to the late William ram say Webb or Morris said he was one of the most Public spirited men this Community Ever like or. Webb he saw other needs besides business expansion and Industrial development and referred to the schools churches and other agencies of civic and social Progress of i Init needs stressed j self improvement on the parti of exclamation Mark. Behold grove1" he closed with a plea for More Faith in the town As a place to live a Center of wholesome social activities As a group of Good people and As a place of business Opportunity. Mental attitude important we need not be frightened by talk about business said Henry c. Hall for it is More mental than material More psychological than we he said All the essential elements of Prosperity materially speaking that we three four or five years ago. What then is lacking the mind to use the things that we in order to accomplish anything he pointed out there must be Organiza Tion coordination and no town can grow until the peple m the town Fay Shaw in a Short talk from the floor stressed the value of publicity l. J. Hayden also emphasized the need organization so As to utilize personnel of the directorate and offi c3rs of the Fawn Grove first National Bank stockholders at the meeting of the and directors. The number of directors was reduced from eleven to ten and the directors who will serve Are. John f. Lowe a. W Webb William p. Trout William j Martin c. A. Wallace Harry l. Etc spartan j. Nelson Wiley Edward g Ruff Harry m. Anderson Anid w. E manifold at the Board meeting he following officers were elected president John f. Lowe vice presi dents a. W. Webb and h. Miander Secretary w. E. Manifold uie potential forces of the a Ombruni to we have the he said Hov Are we going to use mrs. John Barton said let the men go ahead the women will Fol Orion Hess added to the buy a hone idea by saying that people i a town ought to stand together l. R. Whitaker promised whatever l. D r Whitaker assistant e. Mcelwain Teller cashier cashier Harles Merryman and bookkeeper Marvin Ruff. Yielded the Palm to Glen Rock High he final score standing Wickes made the first Basket of the ame for Delta in the first few Sec in dec of the play and starred through out the game. Delta missed two Good chances near the close of the game when Wickes had two open and easy shots for the Basket. Glen Rock had a one goal advantage in Field baskets Delta meets Dover this Friday when Chance to regain rated this year. Educational displays numerous outstanding and unique educational displays have won for he Pennsylvania farm show a most adorable reputation. The annual meetings of thirty agricultural Asso they will have a second place. Glen Kock Seitz f Gladfelter f Bailey f Day c Smith g Kopp g g. 1 0 0 0 3 1 f. 2 0 1 0 1 ladies auxiliary meets thursday the ladies auxiliary of the meth Odist protestant Church met with mrs. Hugh Hughes on thursday afternoon. Devotional exercises were Canhu Steid by the president mrs. C w Sidwell. It was decided to hold a birthday social m March. An Anni program was Given m charge of mrs Charles 0. Brown As follows recitation mrs Walter Cantler read Ings mrs Warren Pennngton mis. T. Brown and mrs. C f. Jenness total Wickes f Snyder f Tarbert f Stubbs c Macomber c Johnston g Singleton g total 4 1 parking accommodations for Thour Sands of automobiles with posts and cables to insure systematic arrange ment with the least possible delay have been completed by the show commission. The parking area is located in the rear of the show building where hundreds of carloads of cinders were used in preparing the land for parking purposes special Railroad Bates special Railroad rates Are being to members of All organizations co operating in the show. These reduced lates Are available through out new York new Jersey Delaware Maryland Virginia and West Virginia As an additional inducement the Pennsylvania and the Reading railroads Are offering throughout Central Pennsylvania a special round trip daily excursion rate to the show. The commission which is directly Pennsylvania Gifford. Pin responsible for the farm show includes Chot governor of Pennsylvania John a. Mcsparran Secretary of Agricula Delta g. 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 f. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 t. , j citations with their instructive pro r. D. Watts Dean Grams made of _ Farmers and business a dozen Eastern states the vocational demonstration contest and 4-h club exhibits in which hundreds of farm Boytis and girls take part the one act play tournament with eighteen District winning groups made up of More than 125 Amateur players com Peting the state wide Horseshoe pitching contest in which forty seven contestants from thirty counties will participate the elaborate exhibits arranged by the Pennsylvania state College the departments of the state government and Conr Mercial these will afford a great variety of of agriculture Pennsylvania state College m. S. Mcdowell director of agricultural Extension Pennsylvania state College w. S. Hagar Deputy Secretary of agriculture h. C. Fet Herolt state director of agricultural education Miles Horst Secretary Pennsylvania potato growers association and Field editor of the Penn Sylvania Farmer h. D Allebach president inter state milk producers association and John h. Light Secretary Pennsylvania state Grange j m Fry assistant director agricultural Extension Penn Sylvania state College is Secretary of the commission the commission is tuese win i u me features to interest the thousands m its efforts by the Agri people m attendance. Record livestock the livestock and poultry exhibits will be the largest m the history of cultural associations the common path As in the past no admission will be charged to see the show 2 10 cooperation he be Able to lend i mrs c. O. Brown i have alone ocllfiilah1 w he Community was the primary i in the furtherance of their plans. With those present were. Mrs. Hugh entertains at birthday dinner mrs. M s Macomber entertained at a Turkey dinner on Friday evening in Honor of or. Macomber s birthday anniversary. Those were or and mrs. M. S. Macomber and sons John Robert and Webster mrs. We. Z. Macomber or. J. Nelson and or. And mrs Harry Cannon York or. J. C. Macomber and daughter pneumonia takes new Park Farmer John p. G Duncan aged 70 years a Well known Farmer of the new Hughes mrs. Ida Ayres mrs. Charles w Sidwell mrs Warren Pennington mrs. Mary Pearce mrs. Walter cant Ler mrs Caleb Williams mrs. Rob i t l Williams miss Margaret Wil name mrs. W. W. Sellers the Rey. Peach Bottom Grange social club meets of Friday afternoon plan c. Rally i Grove Church the social club met with mrs. O h heaps on Friday afternoon. In Stead of the usual program mrs. Holds open meeting r a meeting of the officers of the Fourtly District of the York county can Stan Endeavor Union was held at the Home of. Rev. And mrs Karl h Wareheim Fawn Park neighbourhood died at his Home there on monday after a Short illness from pneumonia. While or Duncan had been complaining for the past three weeks he was confined to his or. J. C. Macomber and , Only three Day before his death Alma or. And mrs. Hugh j. Evans widow Laura e. Dun and or. And mrs. Richard Rees. Luki Sale the ladies of the a c. T. U. Will hold a bake Sale saturday january 16, at 2 p. In the office of c. Mehring Warner plumber Hawkins building. 1-14-lt Spring Choken dinner at hotel sunday Floo Platter 75c. He leaves a widow Laura e. Dun can one daughter mrs. Cletus b Ramsay at Home a brother Robert and mrs. B. F. Ruley mrs. S. J. Wil son mrs Charles o Brown mrs Charles f. Jenness mrs. Paul Dea ver mrs. Roger Michael mrs. George a Garber mrs. Peter Smith mrs. Emory Jones mrs. Francis Jones mrs Edna stauffer miss Anna Parry mrs. Lorenza Welsh mrs. William t Brown mrs. Emma Cantler and miss Doretha Cantler. At an open meeting of the peach Bottom Grange no. 1711, held in the Grange Hall on monday evening of last week mrs. Milford Malone past lecturer appointed Austin Rowan in stalling officers for three years. The following officers were installed by Austin Rowan assistants mrs. Mil Ford Malono Ruth Ailes Ethel Smjth in t and mrs. Chester Mclaughlin Mas org. C p Whiteford mrs. Gerald ter Walter m Carico overseer Ches Shea pm and daughter Ann _ Richard Rees mis. Hugh j. Evans Grove to plan for an intermediate mrs. Howard Proctor mrs. J. T. Rally to be held the Fawn Grove Galley mrs. William Stubbs mrs 1 methodist protestant Chuich sunday Charles Hawkins mrs Leroy Rig j evening january 17. Hobo attend Don mrs. Gil pm Stubbs mrs. William Williams mrs. C c Butler mrs. J. Howard Stubbs mrs. B w. Jones Macomber and mrs o. H. Guests present were. Mrs. Rosa c. Bay Heap Flamon Onclo mr3 funeral was held this after h. Duncan St. Louis to and one sister mrs. Addie Mcdonald Brogue Ville. The noon at 2 o clock with services at the Home conducted by the Rev. Everett c. Pastor of Centre presbyterian Church. Interment was in the Churchi pm Smitht mrs. Ter Reward Krick assistant Steward Robert Scarborough lady assistant Steward Mildred Snodgrass chaplain Philip were Wilbrine Trout Whiteford r. D. J. Stanley King and miss Nel lie c Trout Stewartstown r. D miss Golda l. Hild Stewartstown and Rev Karl h. Wareheim Fawn Grove mrs. Bay s class meets Rill riffs hold service j mrs Rosa c. Bay s sunday school i class held their monthly meeting to our subscribers please look at the address slip on your paper. La your subscription paid up Send in your Check now if i Are in arrears. My. Publisher. M Harry Evans and lecturer Harry Evane were unable to be installed on account of sickness. Short talks protestant Church presided and Short addresses were Given by prof. A. H. Zimmerman prof. W. M. Sam w. W. Sellers class was held. Those present were Les lie Stokes James and Edward Stew Art Proctor Sidwell Webster Macomber Scott Whiteford Leslie and Carico and Austin Rowan. I Richard Rees. Is papyri newspaper

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