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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper sont Kerm out Korthen har fwd vol. La. . 3 Dexta York county pa., thursday january 19, 1933 established locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford or. And mrs. Leon Thompson of Bavre de Grace announce the birth. Of a son Robert Stanley on january 13. Mrs. Thompson is a grand daughter of or. And mrs. George Mckinley near Delta. Celia Kreidler of Dallastown spent the week end with her brother and sister in Law Rev. And mrs. A Treidler of Bryansville. Miss Margaret Galbreath r. N., spent the week end with friends in Baltimore. Mrs. Hugh Barton was a caller at mrs. George Mckinley s on wednes Day. George Mckinley John Mckinley and or. And mrs. Robert Mckinley called on mrs. George Mckinley at the Home of mrs. Annie Bell recently. Mrs. Benjamin Anderson of Delta h. D., who was ill is improved. Mrs. T. Galbreath and son David were visitors on sunday after noon of or. And mrs. George Holland. Mrs. John Pennington of Pyles spent saturday in Baltimore. Miss Marguerite Edgar of Dover del., spent the week end at her Home Here. Arthur Anderson of Fawn Grov-5, spent the week end with his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. W. Wise. Of Bryansville. Or. And mrs. W. H. Beckner and Nancy Betsy William jr., Ancl Martin Mchale spent saturday with Delta friends who were glad to Greet them. Miss Mary Bassitt of Castleton vt., is visiting her sister mrs. Charles Mccann. Miss Isabel Galbreath was a week end guest of misses Eva Nora and Verna Wise of Bryansville. Mrs. Harry Krick spent saturday with her. Rob erts. Miss Anna Jenness visited her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Emory Kilgore Delta r. D., recently. Miss Louise Dooley spent several weeks with or. And mrs. Owen Mccrea of Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Vernon Knopp mrs. Rupert i. Stubbs and miss Odessa weeks spent a Day in Philadelphia recently. Miss Nellie Lytle of Atlantic City is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Charles Lytle. Or. And mrs. A. G. Dunlap recently entertained their son Paul Dunlap who is employed at Laurel my. George Vancleef of Millstone n. J., visited at the Home of or. And mrs. Rupert i. Stubbs for several Days. Mrs. Lester Jones was a caller on tuesday afternoon of or. And mrs. Hugh d Jones. Mrs. William t. Brown attended a regional conference of the w. T. U. And banquet held at the Penn Karris hotel Harrisburg on monday january 16. Mrs. Edward Stubbs of Lancaster county spent Friday with miss Sallie Bay Delta. Mrs. Mary Wise daughters Grace and Bertha or. And mrs. John Wise and son Donald spent sunday with the former s daughter miss Eleanor Wise who is a student at Millersville stats teachers College. Mrs. John Mcginnis and daughter White Hall spent Friday with or. And mrs. Francis Enfield of Street. Mrs. Warren Pennington and daughter Charlotte of near White Ford spent saturday with relatives i. Baltimore. Joseph Cunningham of washing ten d. C., who has been very ill is somewhat improved. Or. Cunning Ham is a brother of mrs. T. Harry. Or. And mrs. Lester Williams were sunday guests of Edward Davis and son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Victor Bevans at the Hecht apart ments Havre de Grace. James Courtney and Edward tur Ner returned to their work in Washington d. C., after spending the week end with their families. To. Franklin Pyle has accepted a position with the Standard Oil com Pany in Baltimore. Or. And mrs. W. H. Heaps entertained at cards on thursday evening o. E. Lewis j. H. Lewis or. And mrs. Edgar Chandlee or. And mrs. Clarion Lowe or. And mrs. Randall continued on Page five officers elected at meeting of y. P. B. The tenth meeting of the y. P. B. Met at the Home of mrs. William Stubbs january 12, 1933. The follow ing program was rendered singing devotionals led by miss heaps minutes were read and approved Reading Jennie Schwartz. The following officers were elected for the year 1933 president Edith Scarborough vice president Hyde Dooley Secretary Mildred Snow grass treasurer Eleanor stauffer. Those present were or. And mrs. William Stubbs mrs. Malford Dooley. Misses Anita heaps Marie Harvey Eleanor stauffer Ruth Spidle Edith Scarborough Jennie Schwartz Hazel stauffer Louise Mckinley Geho sobe Proctor Grace Wise Laura heaps Mary Martha heaps Margaret Doo Ley Darcy Mckee Emily Proctor Belva Wilson Virginia and Mildred Snodgrass and Donald Hughes Rob Ert Scarborough Edward Wawne Edward Jones Kenneth Ellis Hyde Dooley Charles Jones Edward Sliver Ralph Davis Donald Snodgrass Roy Ayres Joseph Robinson and Max Scarborough. True my is per hour strike object with the same Force of in Pelt v400ud Howe the 10? a Story i Tosh rooms been covered i robbers attempt theft at Gailey s some time after o clock on tuesday night the office of the Gailey ice Cream company near the Mary land Pennsylvania Railroad station Delta was forcibly entered. Entrance was gained by cutting a Hole in the Glass through which the Latch could be readied and released. The Cash drawer was Jimmie but without yielding any Cash for their pams clues Are somewhat meager but leave some grounds on which to work. Constable w. E. Williams notified Early the next morning and after giving the premises the once is quietly War King on the Chise. This makes the third or fourth at tempt to burglarized this of face in re cent years each time without any appreciable results. Boy scouts hold meeting monday boy scouts of America troop 47, Delta met on monday evening. The meeting was in charge of the scout master r. E. Barnhart. G. Baer former scoutmaster of the scouts gave an interesting talk on stars. Messes. A. H. Zimmerman h. Evans n. A. Heaps h. Hall b. W. Jones g. Baer and n. Scar Borough were appointed to act As troop Board of review or local court of Honor. This Board will re View scouts who Are aspiring a certain Merit badge or class and pass them on the subject. This eliminates the inconvenience of going to York or red lion to pass tests of the Norlo War. Two Down by the., throwing Bracks it them1.1. Fifteen per cent of the working in the in veto states Chambers of Commerce in Small towns Temperance group meets at slate Ridge Church Spring dinner 11.00 7se. The y. P. B. Of w. T. U. Held a very interesting meeting in slate Ridge Church sunday evening Jan uary 15. Edith Scarborough president presided. Program consisted of sing ing yield not to by audience prayer j. T. Grove re Marks by president quartet Joe Robinson Charles Jones Junior scar j Borough and Eddie Jones followed by an excellent Temperance address Given by miss Anita heaps. Miss Emily Proctor in her usual pleasing manner 1 or cited the two Solo by miss Belva Wilson accompanied at Pic piano by miss Mary Gladys Jones remarks by Hyde Dooley on his ideas of prohibition was an interest ing part of program. A violin Solo i by Eleanor stauffer accompanied on piano by Darcy Mckee was Well Ren dered. Reading by miss Alma Macomber a scouting in a Moonshine was an exceptionally interesting Story and Well Given. Mary Martha heaps gave some Fine thoughts on prohibition miss Alice Wheeler Sang a Beautiful Solo entitled Jesus Lover of my with miss Roberta Wil Liams at the Organ. Slate Ridge male quartet Sang one of their Fine selections. Offering. America was Clos ing hymn followed by prayer and Benediction by Rev. Or. Hammond of Rehoboth Church. The congregation want to thank the y. P. B. For sponsoring such a splendid service and Hope there will be Many More in the future. The Church was Well filled with an appreciative audience. Small town Chambers of com Merce is the of a radio talk to be Given sunday january 22, from to p. M., Eastern Standard time by or. Julius Klein assistant Secretary of Commerce of the United states. He will speak from washing ton Over the coast to coast network of the Columbia broadcasting system. Or. Klein will uphold the View that students of business matters should not concentrate unduly upon the big Industrial centers and Money marts of the country but should also scrutinize with utmost care the conditions sentiments and efforts in the smaller communities. Prom the Well Spring of Small town vigor and intelligence the assistant Secretary believes potent forces for our business recovery Are flowing and Are destined to gain in strength. Or. Klein will show How such for Ces find expression through the local newspapers whether daily or weekly and through Active Chambers of com Merce in these smaller cities and towns. He will cite numerous in stances in which such agencies have rendered remarkable service to their communities in combating unusual perplexities of the coming grave local difficulties through energetic concerted Effort. Urging that the Small town Chambers of Commerce be loyally supported or. Klein will discuss their principles problems and possibilities for even broader usefulness in the future. .53ohn d. Brooks ashes be buried at Chester mrs. John d. Brooks widow of. The Latef or. John d. Brooks is returning to ii few York with or. Brooks ashes. Miss Alice Brooks and Charlesc be advised by radio Gram when the ship on which mrs. Brooks is returning nears new York and they will go to meet her. Or. Brooks suffered a stroke of paralysis while travelling abroad and died in Florence Italy. His ashes vill be interred at Chester Pennsyl Vania As soon As arrangements can be completed after reaching new York. Delta cagers out to win the Delta High school Basket Ball team is heading for Victory in a big Way judging from the reports we have been getting. less then live teams have been Defeated in two weeks by the quintet. Box scores of the de to Spring Giove engagement at Delta., and the grammar school Delta Jay dues tilt also at Delta Are Given be Low. For the convenience of those inter ested a schedule of the games Are still to be played by d. H. S is Given on another Page of this paper. Spring g f Wessli 306 Yohe if 1 1 s i Oung if 000 Stambaugh c 213 Moose c 000 Shutt gig i 0 0 sterner re 000 , in 000 Fawn grangers install officers i Flag presented to i Dublin High school i peach Bottom Council or. O. U. A. A. Presented a Flag to the Dublin High school on Friday afternoon. The following program was Given by the pupils of the school singing Star spangled recitation god bless our Mildred Rick address the stars and John Gipe girl s chorus i Salute thee old recitation the Flag goes Ruth Pyle the name of old june Culburn j girl s chorus Betsy Ross address uses of our Edward Stuart recitation the Union Mary Flag songs and Bou Lah Orr Lucille Moxley Dusetta Scarborough Isabelle Flaharty lot tie Anderson Pauline Thompson Jenovia Ross Theoda Botts Boyd Sheppard and Jeanette Edmondson presentation cd Erciles by members of peach Bottom Council or. O. U. A. Singing play address by Rev. R. R. Wierer Salute by the degree team of the peach Bottom Council. Fawn Grove Grange held its regu Lar meeting on january 3, 1933, when installed by austin8 Rowan of peach Bottom Grange John b. Jamison master George t. Jones overseer Nettie Anderson lecturer mrs. Thomas Brown chaplain William Richard son treasurer Thomas Brown Secretary Orion Hess Steward Everitt Richardson assistant Steward mrs. Ava Webb lady assistant Steward Lawrence Brown Gate keeper mrs. Orion Hess Pomona Dorothy Webb Ceres Mary Brown Flora. The following program was Given at the last meeting january 17 song Welcome Roll Call responded to by naming a Beauty i spot in Pennsylvania i have county contest Reading who killed the Everitt Richardson mixed quartet an ode to York or. And mrs. George t. Jones b. F Anderson Nettie Ander son talk industries of Pennsyl John Jamison Reading the family Ruth Hess read ing be a mrs. George Jones City contest closing song Battle hymn of the Mary Hyde club meets with mrs. H. E. Dooley total liar ton of 1 Johnston if Lubbs c , re in Dur in Tarbert in 5 2 12 2 f t g

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