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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a vol. La. No. 4 times locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford mrs. William Schaper Delta r. D., spent sunday with mrs. Mary e. Coyne. The Rev. H. Ramsay supplied the pulpit at chances Ord presbyterian Church on sunday absence of the pastor the Rev. Or. Fleck who is ill with the flu. Mrs. Harvey Grove Delta r. D., was a visitor on Friday of mrs. J. T. Galbreath and mrs. A. A. Somers. Mrs. Mary e. Coyne who has been sick is improved. Or. And mrs. Charles Thompson Nave returned Home after spending several weeks in California with her Mother. Or. And mrs. Lamar h. Whitaker and daughter Marvilean of Balti More spent tuesday with their cousins or. And mrs. Hugh t. Hughes and Friend mrs. Ida g. Ayres. Miss Dorothy Williams of Havre de Grace spent thursday evening with relatives and friends Here. James Boyd Ady md., visited or. And mrs. William j. Robinson on Friday. Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones who teaches in Shiloh spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. N. Jones. Vernon Rigdon a student at Shippensburg state teacher s College spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Leroy Rigdon. Miss Hazel Kerr a student at Millersville state teacher s College spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Andrew Kerr. Or. And mrs. Victor Bevans miss Dorothy Williams and Edward Davis of Havre de Grace were guests of or. And mrs. Lester Williams on sunday. Miss Rebecca Brooks was a visitor at the Home of her aunt mrs. J. T. Galbreath on sunday evening. Mrs. Mary e. Coyne who has been on the sick list for several weeks entertained the following callers at her Home mrs. Clay p. Whiteford mrs. William Annie Bell mrs. Warren Williams mrs. John Etherton mrs. Mary r. Lecrone mrs. Howard Walker mrs. S. J. Barnett mrs. George Brenneman or. And mrs. Randall Mclaughlin mrs. Glenn Mclaughlin mrs. Chester Mclaughlin and daughter Anna Mae mrs. J. T. Galbreath and daughter Isabel miss Lucy Kilgore miss Elva Phipps miss Boswell and d. Alva. Barnett. Mrs. William Hughes of White Ford spent saturday afternoon with her Nephew and Niece or. And mrs. Hugh t. Hughes and Friend mrs. Ida g. Ayres. Mrs. Harry Sanders has returned Home after spending a few weeks with her Mother mrs. Monroe of Washington d. C., who has been ill. Or. And mrs. Jacob j. Ruff and Albert Ruff of Cardiff spent Friday with or. And mrs. W. B. Orr of Constitution. Miss Margaret Galbreath was a. Dinner guest of miss Pauline Robin son at her Home on Friday evening. Mrs. John Barton who has been sick for some time still continues about the same. Prof. John b. Thomas messes. Roseberry and Slagle of York were in Delta on saturday in the interest of the colonial life insurance co or. Thomas was a former resident. Miss Ella m. Grove of Airville is visiting miss Letitia Kent. Mrs. J. T. Galbreath spent tuesday with mrs. George Holland. The following from a distance at tended the funeral of John Thomp son at Dublin on tuesday or. And mrs. Howard Weil Robert Sellers Melvin Sellers Percy Lay or. And mrs. Everett Lebrun or. And mrs. William Hagy All of Baltimore or. And mrs. Frank Grove of York mrs. A. R. Fox Harrisburg mrs. Minnie Toopes Aberdeen and mrs. William Slattery Perryman my. Mrs. Anna Ritchie has been sick at the Home of her daughter mrs. Roy Thompson. Miss Nellie Fantom is spending the week with her sister in Havre de Grace my. Visitors at the Home of or. And i mrs. Frank a. Wentz Over saturday from Harrisburg were or. And mrs. Calton and daughter Irene and intr and mrs. Frank Stiles and Daugh Ter Thelma. Mrs. W. Oldfield of Churchville Tad As her guests sunday january her sister miss Martha Boyd of a and Paul Dunlap of Delta. Continued on Page five Fawn Grove fair ass n meets tuesday the stockholders of the Fawn Grove improvement association met Iii the firemen s Hall tuesday even ing january 24, and held their an Nual election of directors As follows a. H. Morris John b. Jamison Wil Liam t. Richardson George t. Jones r. T. Webb Harry Tyson Joseph a Hostler Lawrence m. Brown w. Howard Webb William a. Scott Clin ton p. Shirey w. Edwin manifold b. F. Morris n. Gemmill Straw Bridge and Payne Norris. They elected the following officers president a. H. Morris vice president John b. Jamison treasurer Harry Tyson and Secretary l. M. Brown. Following the election of officers a business meeting was held at which time the Fawn Groje fair dates were set for August 16 to 19, inclusive. The auditor s report showed that All premiums and Bills were paid in full and also several Hundred dollars net balance. A committee was appointed to negotiate with b. F. Morris the owner of Morris Park where the annual fairs Are held for the Purchase of same. Several improvements Are contemplated for the fair grounds prior to this year s fair. True Salem sunday school classes entertained or. And mrs. Lyle Hess entertained the Barca and Philathea classes of Salem sunday school at their Home Delta r. D., recently. The following program was in charge of or. And mrs. Samuel Haugh Reading by mrs. Huber Glenn singing by Hester and Jean Haugh Hope and Grace Glenn recitation by Ellen Glenn. A social hour and refreshments were enjoyed. Those who attended were or. And mrs. Samuel Haugh or. And mrs. Purdy and mrs. Huber Glenn or. And mrs. Hiram Black lock or. And mrs. Earl Glenn or and mrs. Ross Barton or. And mrs Lyle Hess misses Elizabeth Barton Nora Glenn Jean Haugh Hope Glenn Hester Haugh Ellen Glenn Grace Glenn messes. Clair Stephens James Campbell Ellis Haugh Gene Glenn Ramsay Gerald and Robert Hess. Dip sea fish on Rhos Complete m4glcrt outfit it Cheo to it its food for a fetch with anc1eht Greece he m o inputted some Leaf a Wren Root Voth pc Tot jul us nudes r i c is Lefco. No Oft honesty was his Grange meets at Valley school Keb blahs Honor Thomas Wildey at meeting lady Hebron Rebekah Lodge no. 53, met in the Odd Fellows Hall and gave a program in Honor of Thomas Wildey founder of Odd Fellowship ii America. Noble grand Margaret Hughes presided. The following was the program Clara Jenkins Solo while the Organ played at twi Margaretta Brown Reading children and the Cassandra Jones life of Thomas Mary Wise and Margaret Hughes Solo Cabin in the Nora Lea Mon Reading live for Betty Griffith quartet meet me to night in Howard Harvey. L l. Mckinley Raymond Hamilton and Frank Thomas play let socks and soap Rose Malone and Distant Steward Mildred Snodgrass Eva Ailes. Two of the officers Flora Nellie fan Tom and member of the executive committee Chester Mclaughlin were absent. Peach Bottom Grange held its regular meeting at Valley school House monday evening january with worthy master Carico presiding. The Secretary was Grange concerning arrangements for the presentation of the Gavel there during february. A report of the building fund com Mittee appointed for six months was made by the chairman mrs. Harry Evans. The committee was discharged and a new committee Verba Snodgrass Ruth Ailes and b. P. Stubbs was appointed. The Grange decided to make a Penny March a part of the usual procedure the Money to be used As the Grange sees fit at the time. A finance committee Austin Row an b. P. Stubbs and Milford Malone was appointed for the year. Dorothy Kilgore was appointed pianist for 1933. The following officers were in stalled by past master Austin n. Rowan with Ruth Ailes Ethel Smith and Verba Snodgrass As assistants master Walter m. Carico overseer Owen w. Griffith lecturer Elizabeth Ailes Steward Ralph Wise assist ant Steward Robert Scarborough chaplain Philip Kilgore treasurer 3arry Evans gatekeeper Charles Mackison Ceres Helen Rowan to Rona Elizabeth Griffith lady As a stable Williams resigns couple celebrates dual anniversary old saying that office holders Sei desm die and never resign took the Coul Tisor once when w. E. Williams Pitej monday tendered his resignation the office of Constable a Posi held for the past ten this for or. Williams has shown a Singu Lar Devotion to his duty and has met its Many demands with marked ability. He still retains his position As Deputy sheriff. Among those talked of for the vacancy c. O. Holden seems to be the probable appointee though at this time nothing can be said with certainty. Slate Ridge Sophomore class holds party the Sophomore class of slate i j.yj.10. .n.iuiiei. Jcj. Valuer ainu Cihua Ridge High school held a very in Wren Johni Frank and Lenora Bel Joy Able party at the Home of mrs. Airt my or and mra d d Snow. Or. And mrs. William a Snodgrass main Street gave a Turkey dinner at their Home on sunday in Honor of the eighty first birthday anniversary of the former s Mother mrs. An _ besides Turkey and All the trim airings there was a magnificent cake with three decks bearing Pink and White candles. The occasion was doubly significant for on monday the 23rd, or. And mrs. A. Snodgrass celebrated the sixty fifth anniversary of their marriage. Many Beautiful and Valu Able gifts were received in connection with the two events. Those present at the dinner on sunday were or. And mrs. A. Snodgrass or. F. P. Snodgrass Dar Lington my. P. Snodgrass or. And mrs. Archer e. Calder and child Lions club addressed by District governor the Mason Dixon Lions club held its regular meeting on monday even ing january 23, at the car Del hotel with visiting officials As their guests. The meeting was in charge of lion m. T. Heaps who called on several members for musical numbers before calling on the visitors for their Mes sages. District governor Paul Esben Shade new Holland spoke of the activities of the various organizations under his control and outlined the Many Public services rendered by the Lions. Regional director Charles s. Smith Carlisle defined the meaning of zionism and encouraged concerted efforts of thes members towards a full realization of the possibilities of ser vice. Lion president j. Anderson of the recently organized Stewartstown. Club also addressed the gathering. Those present were r. E. Neely h. J. Evans c. Stiffler m. T. Heaps m. A. Hyson c. P. R. L. Roberts h. H. Ruff n. M. Scar Borough e. W. Roberts Guy scar Borough d. Ross Anderson t. Rosa Wiley j. M. Wheeler Paul Lefever Stewart o. Day a. T. Bradley Frank f. Schussler Arthur Robinson a. H. Zimmerman n. A. Heaps and a. H. Graybeal. Foreign missionary society meets with mrs. A. A Twat the regular meeting of the women s foreign missionary society of the Delta methodist Church was held or thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Albert Ruff. Mrs. J. Cd Crawford president had charge the meeting and led the opening exercises. A prayer for the missionaries of the Kentucky Mountain school was offered by Rev. B. F. Ruley. The study Book Ivas Given by mrs b. F. Ruley. Those present were Rev. And mrs b. F. Ruley mrs. J. Crawford mrs. S. J. Wilson mrs. F. Jenness mrs. William Pyle mrs. Ida Ayres mrs. Walter Cantler mrs. Albert Ruff mrs. Walter Ivins mra. J. X Ruff misses Cassandra Jones and Winifred Harvey. Junior order plan open meeting saturday t . . -uu.j. A. 1-j, Olllie Warren Glasgow Whiteford on Fri grass misses Eiva Phipps and Kath Leen Noerr master Paul Noerr or. And mrs. W. H. Snodgrass. Day evening january 20. Those present were Ruth Glasgow Margaret Dooley Louise Mckinley Norma Mckinley Eleanor Guilfoyle Frances Jackson Hazel Keese Romaine Kerr Blanche Barben Hazel stauffer Mildred Glasgow Dorothy i the Young Peoples missionary so by Yansvill missionary society holds meeting safecracker visit Airville merchant thieves entered the store operated by s. M. Fife at Airville sometime saturday night blew open the Safe and made their get away with and checks which it con jurors named for common pleas court Glasgow Jack Guilfoyle Edward Jones Hyde Dooley Joe Robinson Harold Lloyd Wilmer Cantler City of Bryansville Church met with miss Louise Wise daughter of or. And mrs. N. J. Wise near Delta for Charles Jones William Glasgow de their regular meeting. The program Ward Sliver or. And mrs. Glasgow consisted of or. Samsell misses Anita heaps and Helen Harry ladies Union prayer meeting next tuesday the ladies Union prayer meeting will be held on tuesday evening january 31, at at the Home of miss Marietta Williams Leader mrs. In Cash trained. J. W. Mclaughlin a clerk discovered the robbery on sunday morning the names of 60 county men and women were drawn saturday by sheriff j. Howard manifold and jury commissioners Henry k. Gladfelter and Leander Emenheiser to serve As jurors during the week of March 6, at the common pleas court. Lewis e. G. Ruff peach Bottom township Henry Miller lower Chanceford township and j. E. Al or Oney Fawn township were among those selected. When he visited the store to attend to the Furnace and summoned or. Fife immediately who notified the state police. Three officers have been assigned to the Case. Entrance was gained through a window on the North Side of the building. The Safe which contained in Cash in checks belong social club meets ing to or. Fife and in Cash be longing to the Airville Post office was completely demolished by the blast. An envelope containing the property of Hunter Hutton which was being held in the vault Foy safekeeping was evidently overlooked by the culprits. This robbery follows close on the Friday afternoon the social club met on Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. T. Gailey. Those present were mrs. A. Hawkins mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Howard Proctor mrs. J. H. Stubbs mrs. V. G. Stubbs mrs. Leroy Rig Don mrs. H. J. Evans mrs. M. S. John Hammond. Word for the even Nora Wise Elma Kilburn Ruth and _. A vocal Solo by miss Hilda Ruff a Reading Tommy s by miss Elma Kilburn music by Samuel Snyder and William Mclaughlin. Refreshments and a social hour were enjoyed. Two new members. Misses Reba and Ruth Ruff were admitted. Those present were or and mrs. N. J. Wise mrs Clair c. Kridler i misses Erma Myers Hilda Ruff Louise Wise Dorothy Kilgore Eva i peach Bottom Council no. 715, Junior o. U. A. M. Have planned the following program for saturday even ing january 28, at an open meeting song music by the orchestra read ing Louise Mckinley recitation c. Smith Reading Alma Macomber pig dance Grant Kauffman and fran Cis Jones hits and misses Ralph Pearce songs c. E. Smith c. Smith Chester love and Marion Jones debate resolved that machinery has been a hindrance to la speakers f. L. Beattie Luther heaps c. B. Smith and j. Morris. Lions club card party a Success i the card party held by the Mason Dixon Lions club at heaps Hall wednesday evening was Well attend i Reba Ruff Wise messes. Sam Luck Snyder. Samuel Mclaughlin Harry and Withiam Mclaughlin. Delta Dairy Herd wins Many awards at farm show h. J. Handley Delta took four first prizes in the Brown Swiss division of the Dairy cattle show at the state products show at Harrisburg. Lotion the Handley Herd took prizes one third prize and one fifth Keu Oboth c. E. Society meets tuesday evening heels of other robberies and attempt j Macomber mrs. William r. Williams inn Chicken dinner Al 75c. robberies county. In this Section of the mrs. William i Isaac Stubbs. F. Stubbs and mrs Griffith vice president. Junior scar Wilson the members of Rehoboth Chris Tian Endeavor society met at the manse on tuesday evening. Reports i of the work done during the lasted in spite of the inclement weather year showing Progress and Success about 75 persons taking part in the the following officers were elected games. Inc in skiing year counsellor mrs. The event was sponsored by the Hammond president miss Betty Lions in an Effort to raise Money for a continuance of their social work in this Community the usual fund for this purpose having been depleted by the unusually heavy Drain on it due to the depressed times it is thought that a goodly sum has been realized although the re turns Are not yet Complete Many tickets having Boon bought which the regular meeting of the social were not used on account of the service club of slate Villa and com storm which kept a number of people Unity will meet Friday february 3, indoors. At the Home of miss Edith Wiley. Treasurer w. T. Morris. The social committee is planning a Valentine party with games and entertainment. Social service club to meet the Fine Herd of Brown Swiss from. Delta was one of the real cattle attractions of the show More so be cause the Fine Bull mollies King of Swiss Meadow was Back on exhibition. This animal was named grand Champion of the show last year. This Bull s picture appeared in the rotogravure Section of the Harrisburg evening news on january 21, along with the great Ayrshire Man o War the 6th, the property of p. H. Glat Felter s old forge farms at Spring Grove York county. Man o War won the grand championship of the new York state fair in 1932. Although final figures have not teen compiled York county is believed to have taken More prizes than any other county in the state. Laumont farms. Wrightsville be two thirds in of the Swine department. 4 f i news paper

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