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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 25, 1934, Delta, Pennsylvania%j_00_ooh part Delta Herald-1 the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. T Delta. York county fa., thursday 25, 1934 established 1871 sketches of Mission work j depicted by Muriel Ramsay j a Day on the Mission Field continued from last week appoint Delta girl instructor at Scranton York co. Gets Many awards at state Valley school notes or. Mrs. For More than half a Century Harry Hutton spent sunday even mrs color the doctor s wife in got up laughing also and the three cited the pastor s family and the j Boatmen lifted Anchor. We would evangelists Over for supper. Reach the town of Light and Blessing it s a shame mrs. Hong did t of time for Church Servi come with us on this grieved today surely Wang. She s going to miss a grand heavy Hong alone pretended to feed Tonitte i slumber in spite of her pets in mrs. Color has a most interesting ceasing Din. She could t be asleep Home. She has eight children the that feathered orchestra under eldest of whom is eleven years old. Bed their Only boy is still a baby with i come on Wang and i Cheeks like apples. The girls Are called you re missing the concert pretty As dolls. We wil1 now add a number or two supper was a merry informal of of our own dear heart the world fair. Everyone sat at a huge round is waiting for the Sunrise and i j table and there was much gaiety in have a rooster my rooster loves me playing the game of fill up your i feed my rooster on Green Black neighbor s bowl with Good things but Tea Wake up and help us Don t let him sneak too much into the mountainous pile of comforters your Shook with laughter. There were Duck and fish and of look Hong at the Beautiful Chicken and cabbage Bamboo spin Sunrise this Lake we re going thru an brains and Many luscious would make a wonderful place to go not to mention the cold Salty dishes swimming. Do get up and or Sweet things. The meal was top j As was to be expected it ended Ped off Semi Modernly with fresh in a grand free for All Pillow fight fruit and glasses of Orange de enjoyed tremendously by the three refusing with difficulty later on participants and cheered loudly by t an invitation from six Little Black the three roosters. I eyed dolls to spend the night with and so began this particular Sun them the guests departed. Day on our dear old tub of a House Noah s Ark was waiting As in boat known to some As Noah s bitingly As any limousine just outside and to others the doll i the Back door on a dim canal. The we carry a menagerie of rag dolls guests stepped aboard and in ten and cloth animals on Board and a minutes were anchored once More on varying amount of live the main water Way at the Back Steps latter much against our wills of the Church. I Light and Blessing town was another Day had flown by. Reached by breakfast time. This was said the missionary. Ours our nearest Church Center. Heavy is a Happy Job. This Church group Hong was soon very happily enjoying nearly broke our hearts yesterday her favorite breakfast of Sweet Pota when we arrived and found the toes. Jolly Wang and i gobbled up a things that were going on. There Quantity of persimmons and Nee did t seem to be any Way one could Cereal garnished with bean curd and turn. But already the Light begins to salted peanuts. But none of us no Dawn does t it love always finds tired our breakfasts much for there a Way if Only it in t too late to were these Days mail piled up bring Back those poor sheep who waiting for us to read. And some have already wandered off in search of it was u. S. A. Mail of better they after breakfast the chinese pastor were hungry Wang. Of the tragedy j and i chose the hymns for the Day of that because they were hungry land planned the children s services. Wang made no answer but her i and then it was time for a so eyes were shining. Called Christian Endeavor service. Sunday on Noah s Ark so we climbed ashore making our Sang the first Way through a Mulberry Grove and rooster under heavy Hong s bed. I Down a crowded winding Street to responded the next the West end of town where a red rooster also under heavy Hong s bed. Brick Church stood at the very foot screeched rooster of a Mountain number three pushing the old Hen j c. E. Service was t a Success with or. And mrs. Caleb Beard i and family. I York county As usual received j George Stell and brother Earl Stell daughter of Rev. John Hammond quite a number of awards at the state of red lion. Visited or. And mrs. Pastor of the Rehoboth Church has farm show at Harrisburg. One of Thomas Burk recently. Been appointed head of the latin the highest awards the title of department in the new million Dollar i grand Champion Bull of the 1934 and a half Junior High school of farm show was Conj erred upon Scranton a. Miss Hammond was King of Laumont a three year old couple celebrate 66th anniversary educated in Scranton graduating in Pound Holstein owned by the High school with the class of Laumont Faim Wrigt Casville. 3.919. She took her University course i h. J. Handley s Brown Swiss Herd in the University of Wisconsin class also carried Home a number of of 1924. And was granted her master s awards As did James h. Handley and degree in Columbia University june James n. Markinson no had several 1932. She has been teacher of latin exhibits. In judging Brown Swiss Dairy cat 111 the York county Brown Swiss breeder s association won third prize for the Best county herds of eight animals. In the exhibition s Herd of Fine an or. And mrs. Caleb Beard and French in Wisconsin and Hli Nois. Other local happenings of interest on last tuesday january 23, or. And mrs. Caleb a. Snodgrass celebrated their sixty sixth wedding an family spent sunday evening with Niv Ersary at their Home on main mrs. Beard s father and sister or. J Street in Delta. They were married Kilburn and daughter Hilda of car in Tariff West Virginia on january gift 23, 1868. They resided in West Vir miss Mary Ward called on miss Ginia until 1934, when they purchased Carrie Mclaughlin on sunday even the Stubbs farm near slate Hill. They lived there about three years and miss Gladys Barbour visited or. J then moved to their present Home in and mrs. Thomas Burk on monday. J Delta. Or. Snodgrass who was a James Steele visited James Wise j Fearer of the the civil War and Milton Burk on saturday even ing. E i aged 89 years and 9 months while mrs. Snodgrass celebrated her 82nd birthday anniversary on monday. Miss Betty Whiteford spent Satur january 2o c a with or. And mrs. Clarence Kil miss Pauline Ramsay is spending imams h. J. Handley was honoured the week with the Rev. And mrs. Second award. Everett Develde of new Park. Gore and son Victor. They Are the parents of ten child Iron eight of whom Are living. They the following called on or. And have Twenty grandchildren and four mrs. Thomas Burk on sunday Hugh in entries from the Fawn town Thomas Edward Barber Randall great grandchildren. All the living children were pres m and mrs Charles h Kagle vocational school Illiam Theo-1 Morris or. And mrs. Stell and son ent except mrs. E. P. Chewing and Owings Mills my and the misses Phel v of fitful prize for senior egg j Earl from red lion James Burk and Gertrude and Doris Kagle Glyndon production William ninth i son Clyde or. Green or. And mrs. Md., spent Friday with or. And mrs. Ifor senior poultry records Holland John Hutton mrs. Ella Cooper mrs. F j Orr Morris ninth for senior Dairy and Laura Donnan Roosevelt Hall or. T Norl Mvi t a nov Nyrl tits of Frankford mo1. At the noon hour a very delicious t Howard Morris tenth for senior land mrs. W. T. Burk and son Jun mean was sorted to the following miss Edith Mackinson who is Ard Detla mrs. Howard l. Weave of parkers Burg West Virginia or. A. W. Played at the York courthouse spent sunday at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. James Mackinson or. Mary Louise Sidwell daughter of or. And mrs. Harvey Sidwell has eighth Grade class holds party the eighth Grade class of Delta returned from the presbyterian ear. High school with mrs. Mehring War Eye and Throat Hospital Baltimore Ner As Chaperon held a party in the where she had been a patient. A c. Butler building. Games were for Albert Burkins Ard Edna lil or. Ana mrs. A. Snodgrass Rev. Lian and Nora Maglaughlin. Linci b. W. Jones or. And mrs. Margaret Steele spent Friday night j Preston c. Snodgrass of Bel air or. With her Friend Ruth Ella Wiley. Tucker or. And mrs. Frank or. And mrs. George Jacobs spent p and daughter Jean sunday with John d. Jacobs and or. Their granddaughter Jeanie or. And mrs. Clarence Wiley. And mrs. Daniel , or. And mrs. Clarence Wiley had the mis William mrs. W a. Or. And mrs. George of refreshments were served Fortune to sprain her ankle on or. And mrs. John m. Ayres and Elva Phipps family spent sunday evening with in the evening an orchestra fur Over into the Corner so he could have More room to stretch his neck. There were too Many different Ages represented. Jolly Wang winked at heavy Hong groaned. So did i. Me and i whispered to the pastor Why did that Bible woman insist who whispered Back Fine go on buying crowing roosters parking so after the hymn of the them in this match Box of a House morning service had been Sung we boat Over marvelled. Led the children into another room Jolly Wang chuckled. She would for a children s service while the nothing Ever phases Jolly Wang. Grown tips were worshipping in the tired As she was she would chuckle Church. At a rooster Trio crowing six feet i the children who were very re from her head at four o clock in the were thrilled with this hour morning and when they dispersed for lunch of mercy what was that some were already looking Forward to the thing heavy and horribly soft hit the regular children s hour at two in the Middle of my Anatomy. I turned my afternoon. Flashlight on a big River rat. I heavy Hong took the noon launch was too horrified to move. As the to the town of Wood and water to creature waddled clumsily to the teach the Bible class just started Edge of my cot its mate dropped there. Neatly past my face to the floor from while Jolly Wang wrote a letter i a window ledge above climbed my favorite Hilltop for an Erer crowed three roosters hour of quiet before the children s at once. I bounced out of bed and service. It is a Beautiful Hilltop Corn lit the lamp. One might As Well rna cling a View of breath taking make the Best of things. Jolly Wang continued i p. Be 4 Richmond va., have returned Home to the following mrs. Mehring War after visiting Roy c Thompson and Ner Virginia Houser Elizabeth Kil mrs. Robert c. Roberts also other Frances Roberts Isabel Gal j or. And mrs. James n. Mackinson relatives near Delta. Breath Pauline Clarke Gloria ram and family. The old time tunes. Other callers miss Edith Orr a student of Mil say Tobin Belmy Tobin Don or. And mrs. Clinton Johnson and during. The Day were or. And mrs. Leesville teachers College was Over Dick Henry Ford Wilbur norms Wanda mrs. Laura col Harvey j. Handley 34rs. Caroline night guest of her classmate miss n a Scarborough jr., Clifton Kil uni or. Mrs. Curtis Johnson and son jul Ian or. And Irene Bamberger it. Wolf on Fri Mason Willlams. James Fulton and son Robert or. And mrs. James mrs. Jessop Cowley Billy Cowley Day William a reaps blame Williams handily and children june Johnnie mrs. Hellri Whiteford mrs. Scott or and mrs Lewis b Earnhart Fumk Wickes Raymond Sullivan Porte bad or. And mrs. Leon. Whiteford. Mrs. Cd p. Whiteford Cullu. 1v1i m. A Icli Hectl Iliili a to at Tail if tone to tar to a t i. Lancaster county were recent guests Mcdurn heaps Ard Pomi Aluig spent sunday after Misa Louiga Whiteford mrs. Harry of the latter s parents or and mrs., a imams Mem else and Faul with mrs Eva Johnson and Robinson Kathleen Noerr Paul Noerr 4. C Mobley v a i Robert Scarborough Virginia my warning Reed Norris spent saturday and Howard . Or. And mrs. Harris Herman York i Java Raj recently visited the latter s parents the water main below Chapel St. I or and mrs Roy Conley of Delta or. And mrs. Frank h Grove dry win by closed tomorrow Friday moved thursday to the tenement Annville. From 9 a. M. For several hours during House of waiter Canco. Or. And mrs. Frank j. Orr enter the Day to make repairs on a bad or and mrs j o. Anderson and timed or. Act mrs. Joseph brawn Ink. This will not effect steam and mrs Byron p. Hughes spent and daughter Louise of Westminster ers or other steam equipment. Draw evening with or. And mrs. Md., or. And mrs. Jesse Kagle and Al water necessary for household use a q Mobley and daughters mar sons Jesse jr., and Cobby of cd Boilore starting repairs Mills mrs Hov Ard Sellers Delta on sunday. Or. And mrs. Albert Warner re turned to their Home m Burlington i. J after attending the funeral of mrs. Warner s father a. W Harry Bank get underway letters to be mailed All depositors soon Garet and mrs. Lewis Earnhart of signed Lancaster county. I water superintendent. Or and mrs. Frank Fisher of Bridgeton spent sunday afternoon with or and mrs. Thomas l bar Nett and family. _ to nation of the Bankirer plans now miss Audrey Barnett was tendered a Telephone message from former judge Mcclean Stock of York revealed the Good news that the organization forms necessary for the con meets Oil Evans. A birthday party monday or eng at underway for the new Delta Bank to a were in his office. Or. Anti mrs. J. Howard Stubbs Are the Mary Hyde society met at the the. Home or and mrs Howard forms will now by 1esued asking spending sometime with mrs. Stubbs Home of mrs. J. M. Dooley on Friday Smith. Of Sunnyburn. Brother in Law and sister or. And evening with mrs. Howard Hamilton or and mrs Bvron p Hughes and mrs. O. H. Heaps. A assistant hostess. The meeting sunday afternoon with Rev. D. I. Schaffer or. And mrs. Opened by singing Sweet hour of Richard Rees or. And mrs Harold mrs. Meryl Minnis who Butler and daughters Natalie and has just returned from India gave a Mary Hyde or. And mrs j. T very interesting talk on that country. Nas been is a or or o Harvey Montgomery who or and mrs Gailey mrs. J. M. Dooley and Daugh several new members were added to Ter Jean and miss Ella Mitchell the society. It was decided to hold Margaret Mobley spent pm Quay Acra sunday dinner guests of or. A covered dish luncheon in february. A the slate farm s at Arris and mrs. Butler. Cake and ice Cream will be served mrs Albert Embshoff daughter of with the luncheon. The men Folk Are or and mrs. Clarence Switzer tvs invited to Dine with the ladies. Those place is a patient in the Union present were mrs. Paul Wilhelm miss Eula Beard is absent irom school on account of sickness. Miss Lillian mag Laughon spent each depositor to waiver 50 per cent of his claims to three trustees while the remaining 50 per cent will be available upon reopening. Let tres outlining the plan will be mailed to the depositors at an Early Dale. Cor Nonoi Stock amounting to 000 will by issued under the present plan for reorganization with a sur plus fund of and a preferred Stock Issue of will by taken by the reconstruction finance Cor pc ration of the Leder u government it is hoped that there will be no Hospital Baltimore a hero mrs. Dell Asbury mrs. Merton after Nikon a huh her Duay in the so Ulm ulc she underwent a serious operation Kerr mrs. Howard Walker mrs. Mother is Omas Bank May Start operations at an Eaily r it 1 o c j j mrs. Dairymen s Assn. To hold annual meeting on sat. West William mrs Mai tin Doyle has been very Graham Thompson. Or. And mrs. George Jacobs and mrs. Howard Hamilton. Mrs f. W. Edward w Hoy. Albert Steele jul or. And mrs. Oliver Jacobs and Wyman mrs. Mary Dooley. Mrs. La Charles Mackison Beard Rosy Sparks Helen last wednesday her condition is re Robert c. Roberts ported As fair. Two Idle mrs. May Start operations at an Eaily Date for the Benefit of the Community As a whole which been 1. Al dec cd by the of Bank facilities. Is. The Maryland state dairymen s association will hold its annual meet ing saturday january 27, at the lord Baltimore hotel. The n orning session which begins at 10 o clock will con Sist of reports applying to the varied conditions of the milk situation. Three new directors will also be elected at this session to fill the places of re tiring ones r. S. Snader Carrol co., Daniel s. Pearce of Baltimore co. End James Kilgore York co. A Fine banquet will by served at one o clock to All members bringing their membership cards and to Mem Bers of their families at 51.00 each. Or. Gilliliand noted humorist of Washington d. C., will be the speaker with or. R. A. Pearson of the University of Maryland As toastmaster. A very interesting program with of tin in All Dai Pic a should do their utmost to attend. Mrs. Bessie Wiley who has been quite ill we arc glad to report is now Able to walk out some. Mrs. G. T. Griffith is spending this week in Baltimore where her Hus band is a patient in the Union Mem orial Hospital. W. T. Morris who has been housed with a severe cold is Able to be out again. Mrs. Mary Tarbert has an amaryllis Lily that has had As High As 23 blooms on at a time. 1 John e. Williams and Russell i Jones of Wilmington visited mrs. Annie Jones and brother Ellis g. Williams on wednesday. Atari of Lack mrs mar the Donnan widow of and Wyman mrs. Mary Dooley. Mrs. La children Norma and Glenn spent Roy Rigdon mrs. Lem Mckinley f " sunday with John d and or. Mrs. Harold Butler mrs. L Cox. Doyle. Ruth Whiteford Eva room and mrs. Clarence Wiley of near mrs. H. M Hughes mrs a Day Robert Johnson and Junior Delta. Mrs. Stanley Amos. Mrs. Charles i Bitch the Valley school on miss Edith Orr returned to Mil Rampley mrs. Howard Proctor jr., Day. Ice Seville College after spending a mrs. J. M. Dooley mrs. J m. Wheeler mrs George Stephens sr., is ,11 at Short vacation with her parents or. Mrs Minnich Bacr mrs. Meryl min this and mrs. F. J. Orr. Mrs. Harvey Sidwell. Mrs. W. A.1 or wednesday the 37th or. And sunday callers at and mrs. Hugh w and mrs. Fred Boyd Nottingham pa., mrs. Guy Scarborough., Handley h h. Pec tons she was aged mrs. Charles Boyd Colora md., or. Scarborough mrs. Sara qum Teros j and mrs. Clarence. Kilgore Alum misses Alice and Ruth Thomas All Snodrass g arc a a ureter 1 and John w. Smith. Johnson Sadie . Margaret farm show at Hartsburg. A s. Sara Smith of Havre de Grace mrs. Warren Glasgow is confined Stokes and Jean Dooley. To bed by illness. The March meeting will by devoted Nis. Mrs. Starve a Sidwell. Mrs. W. A. At Tiv Home of or Gorrell mrs. Thomas Walker Brooks or. And mrs. Guy nor Donnan at her Home at 11 Nome 01 or. Pm Clinton Johnson mrs. James Macau mar Delta at s o clock tuesday Kilmore were or. Jjck Namm Lloyd mrs and after a several Days illness Nottingham. A. Mrs. Guy Scarborough mrs Russell san or Ana Gnu arc Ammie . Mrs Joseph Wise who has been to the election of officers for the girls club meets at Riatt Tartt in from pneumonia for several weeks ensuing year. Is improved. Or. And mrs. Jerry Adams of Evans hostess w. T. It. Meeting to social club a son Clarence of Philadelphia and a mrs. George Stephens of near Delta. Funeral services will be 5atii up d Friday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Donnan Home. Interment the j. U. G. Club met on wednes wl11 by in it Nebo cemetery. At Day night with Isabel Gal breath. A report was Given by the Secretary j charge of funeral arrangements. Were week end guests of relatives Here and attended the funeral of William c. Pyle on saturday. J the social club of Delta and car mrs. Robert Williams has returned diff met at the Home of mrs. H. J Rcd Baker had charge of the meet to her Home in York after spending Evans on Friday afternoon. Those ing refreshments Scro served to the funeral director h. P. Harkins has Frances Roberts. The president Mil j supper an Oyster and Ham supper will be the regular meeting of the w. T. U. Will by held on wednesday Jan uary 31 at the Home of mrs. George Garber at o clock. The Leader will be mrs. Clarence several weeks with her Mother mrs. In attendance were pcs dams o. H. Following Eleanor and Eva Cox John a. Judd who has been on the heaps m. S. Macomber v. G. Stubbs Mabel Whiteford Julia Cowley fran a held at slate Ridge High school on sick list but is now improving. A. W. Jones Harry Robinson How cos Roberts Mildred Baker Isabel Friday evening january 26, at 6 r r r Fruna o clock. The Parent teacher s Assoc a i i find Louise Are sponsoring the supper. Bread and Rolls for Sale. Newspaper newspaper

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