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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - July 5, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times it Harford Maryland the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York Cottay and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 27 Lodge Leader Dies tuesday miss Winifred 3. Harvey aged 22 years a daughter of the late James a. And Elizabeth Harvey of Cardiff died Early tuesday morning at the Maryland state sanitarium Sabilla Vule Here she had been a patient for Delta York county fa., thursday july the past three weeks. At the time of Ber death miss Harvey was Noble grand of lady Heb Ron Rebekah Lodge no. 53, i. O. O. F., Delta she was an Active member of the Delta methodist protestant Church was treasurer of the women s foreign missionary society a teacher in the sunday school and a Mem Ber of the Church choir. For the past ten years she had been employed by the York Telephone company As operator in the Delta office. Miss Harvey s father died in no vember 1932, and her Mother this past March 9. Surviving Are a sister a miss Eleanor Harvey at Home four a Brothers James Philadelphia How Ard and Robert at Home and Russell peace and order editorial our editorial last week on Rowdy on the streets promises to bring results in the Way of better conditions. So As the reference to one officer for failing to make an arrest when he was dared to do so because the offending party claimed to be a Friend of another office Constable c. O. Holden states that no one made any such remark to him and that he will arrest any one who violates the Law regardless of what they claim. Borough officer Samuel Irwin avers that he has not shown any partiality and will make arrests when there is sufficient cause. The Only Point we were trying to make was that there has been too much Rowdy ism on the streets of Delta and no one seems t deny that. Nor does any person Den that some arrests would tend to put tax collectors surety seeking tax settlement want retiring tax collectors to immediately enforce pro visions of the Law May mean jail terms Case of Cumberland co. Resi Dent is brought to Atten Tion of collectors in View of the fact that in not a few of the boroughs and township throughout York county there a been a change in the personnel of the tax collector in the respective District for the collection of the stat and county tax instructions hav been issued to the retiring collectors to for All of the outstanding state and the governor say what going on in Harrisburg and Why by od7ford Pinchot s Tussi i have Long cherished the Hope that by the end of my second administration Pennsylvania Dairy herds would be free of Bovine tuberculosis. We Are not quite going to make it but the Bureau of animal Industry of the department of agriculture is confident that the Job will be done by january 1, 1936. Ninety five out of every one nun dred cattle in Pennsylvania have been tuberculin tested. More than 19 of of every 20 Dairy farms Are producing milk from cows known to be free o tuberculosis. All cattle in 56 out o the 67 counties and in most town Delta and a half brother William Tweedle Delta. The funeral will be held Friday with services at the Delta m. P. Church at 2 p. M. Rev. B. Cutey pastor will officiate. Interment will be made in the slate Ridge cemetery. Funeral director s. W. Holden Delta has charge of arrangements. Other local happenings of interest create a disturbance at will. This a county taxes for the past years and per asks for just what the citizens of for these retiring officials Are the Borough Are asking the right to 1we consequence the sure live and go about their collectors pursuits undisturbed by any o. These run g vase a fill Orous individual or group. Attend Baltimore wedging have indicated the immediate enforcement of the provisions of the Law in All instances where tax delinquents fail to fulfil their Taliga or. And mrs. W. E. Arthur and air. _ and mrs. Marshall t. Heaps attended the wedding of miss Mary Eliza Beth Finney daughter of or. And mrs. J. M. T. Finney of Baltimore and James Smith Mcdonnell son of mrs. Grove York is visit j. Mcdonnell Little Rock Arhat on saturday afternoon. The ceremony Bay son of or. And mrs. Was performed by the Rev. Thomas John Bay Delta r. A is ill with Guthrie Speers. Pneumonia at the Union memorial were Mes Jessie Bennington hag t Rock mrs up were Jums a conto to j Cardiff is visit Erst own my. Or. And mrs. Warren her daughter in Law or. Pyle and miss Mildred Pyle York mrs Harry Harrisburg and miss Lillian Deaves Pittsburgh and Nln Law and daughter or. And or. And mrs. William Pearce car son m Law Homes Dale life. The dinner was in Honor of miss pc Tion voluntarily. In this respect the tax collectors in All of the districts in York county where demand for tax duplicate settlements Are being made will be obliged to follow the example of ear c. Jumper tax collector of lower Franklin Cumberland county. The collector was unable to collect in outstanding county taxes from Daniel Behren aged 36, a Lowe Franklin resident. The collector tool Behren in custody under an old Law hailed the delinquent before a jus mrs. Russell Sheard Bennington who has been spending Wallace of York is two weeks with her aunt mrs. Her brother in Law and sister Brown. Mrs j Howard Archer of miss Isabel Galbreath is spending Whiteford two weeks with or. And mrs. Harry or and mrs. William h. Snodgrass Miller Ramsburg. Is town my. I e a of the peace and caused him t committed to the Carlisle jail. No Only must Behren stay in jail for the period required to discharge the mount of taxes due but also Tarry his maintenance while there Indica tightening regulations. It is Only Ive that this offender will stay in. Question of time when the Larmeir e n Liams Cardiff on saturday. Or. 1 Erback Elkton a. Wayne Markley a grandmother mrs. A. Miss Nellie Watson Cardiff has been visiting friends in Baltimore. Or and mrs. O. H. Heaps Cardiff and or. And mrs. Harry z. Heaps Forest Hill spent the week end at Ocean City my. Mrs. Kenneth Jones and daughter Barbara of Littlestown have been visiting mrs. Jones parents or. Anc mrs William j. Fisher. Mrs. Eva Mitzel spent saturday in Baltimore. Mrs. R. I. Stubbs is spending two weeks with relatives in new Jersey. Or and mrs. George Taylor and mrs. A. Bay visited Lottie Adams Havre de Grace and mrs. Sallie Ritchie Selfe Darlington sunday. On mrs Mary Proctor returned on sat Uday from a visit with her son Orlo Proctor and family at Elizabethtown Jarrettsville wednesday afternoon. Mrs. William Walters main Street was taken ill very suddenly on wednesday evening. Miss Marietta Wheeler spent the week end at Atlantic City. Ray Spidle of Baltimore spent the fourth of july with his Mother mrs Elizabeth Spidle. Mrs. Mary Wallace had the follow. Ing guests Over the fourth Elizabeth Wallace and Niece Bertha Veach Baltimore mrs. Alice Veach and daughter Jessie of Tope Well and mrs. Grace manifold and two children of High Rock. Or. And mrs. Robert c. Roberts and daughters Frances and Dorothy recently visited or. And mrs. George Alvia Richmond a. On tuesday july 17, the health Center will open in the Delta school building. This Center will be in charge f state and county health authorities assisted by or. Allen and a local committee. The purpose of this health Center is to give to mothers of pre school children that is children ranging in age from birth to six years an Opportunity to have their children receive a thorough physical Examina Tion with help As to care feeding Etc the Center will be held every first and third tuesday of the month and be in charge of or. Allen assisted by miss Noll and miss kerch Gelroth county nurses. All this serv ice is free and affords an unusual Opportunity for mothers of Small civil Dren in Delta and the suf Roundin ships of the remaining 11 counties now have health certificates. The department of agriculture los me that the co operation of w thousand cattle owners in South astern Pennsylvania is All that is needed to Complete the Job of clean no up Bovine tuberculosis. Indemnity Money covering from 80 o 90 per cent of the appraised value f each diseased animal is available and state veterinarians Are now in a position to make the tests just As fast As the herds Are signed up for it All this Means that Pennsylvania is going to be one of the first of the leading Dairy states to wipe out to Vine tuberculosis. Townships to receive help and advice Many other communities in Theroun to have thriving health centers an the lower end is fortunate in havin this Center established Here. It 1 oped that the first Day july 1 rom two until four will find Man mothers and children present. The local committee in charge mrs. A. H. Zimmerman chairman miss Pauline Ramsay mrs. G. M. Baer mrs. H. H Finch and mrs. Howard Allen. The Only remaining untested Herd Are scattered through 135 township in Berks Bucks Chester Cumber land Delaware Lancaster Montgom Ery Perry York and Philadelphia counties. I earnestly Appeal to the few remaining owners of untested cattle to sign up for testing at once. Let us Bells Highland lady using the ring ceremony miss Inez Tewart daughter of or. And mrs. Ames Stewart Street md., and Rush Irr son of or. And mrs. John Orr i Whiteford md., were married at 4 clock saturday afternoon in the Church at Highland in he presence of the immediate Fame ies by the Rev. W. A. Price d. D., pastor of the Bride assisted by the Rev. A. Lewis Hyde. The Bride was attended by her Sis ter mrs. Arthur Greer of Baltimore and Kermit Orr brother of the Bride Groom was Best Man. Lawrence Cameron of Baltimore played the wedding the Bride was at tired in a dress of baby Blue net with White hat shoes and gloves and car ried a bouquet of Pink roses. Her Sis ter wore peach net and carried Pink roses. Immediately following the Cere Mony a wedding supper was served at the Bride s Home. Those attending the supper and reception were the revs. W. A. Price and a. L. Hyde or. And mrs. James Stewart and Austin Stewart Street my. Or. And n the Dairy Industry. Fifty cents out of every Dollar of Cash income from farm production in this common wealth comes from the Sale of Dairy produce. The survival of this important business depends to a very Large de Gree upon Low Cost milk production and this depends to a great extent on healthy Dairy cows. Maintaining Dairy Herd with diseased cows is mrs. Edward Stewart and son Edward Cardiff mrs. Arthur Greer or. And mrs. George Eleste and Chil Dren Edwin and Kenneth and Lawr ence Cameron Baltimore or. And mrs. John Orr and Kermit Orr Whiteford r. Of mrs. Orr is a. Graduate of the Highland High school and the Mary land state Normal school and has taught in the Harford county schools for several years. The Groom is a Farmer. They left for a wedding trip to Watkin s Glen and Niagara Falls. On their return they will reside in their newly built Home near White like building a Dairy barn with rot Ford. Teo Timber. Morris Williams miss Roberta Williams daughter of in. And mrs John Williams of car with an untested Herd will have no Market for fluid milk. Since the beginning of this work ail for an indefinite period of time unless Behren effects a financial settlement of All that is thus forty years ago tax collectors in this diseased animals have in removed county with outstanding or delinquent from Pennsylvania herds. This tras of their books have had the meant better health for our people. Putting the Dairy herds of Penn-1 Sylvania on a tuberculosis free basis will mean by the time it is compleat j de the expenditure of Twenty Mil indemnity payments mrs. Charles w. Sidwell were mar Federal governments. I ried in York on saturday. Or. Mor it also represents Many sacrifices by j res Jug employed by the Telephone com Behrens Case brought to the tax col the human death rate from All a Meward forms of tuberculosis other Thanou settlement of unpaid taxes j monary been deduced More cattle owners. Ners. In Cumberland md., and the a vend itunes and sacrifices m r8r and As a duty under the Law which Falls upon the shoulders of All tax collectors irrespective of Circum stances and in the fulfilment of which the sureties hold the tax col lectors to strict account. This is irrespective As to whether or not the tax collectors Are retiring from office one half during the past ten year alone. Many things have played a part in this improved health Situa Tion but medical officials agree that the wiping out of tubercular Dairy cattle has been a big Factor. Pennsylvania Farmers have More than a half billion dollars invested Tami ated with untested cattle. The j in Chicago and responsibility for that rests today Terest with the Farmer More than Ever be-1 fore. Other of mis miss Flintville correspondent writes timely word on historic Road too the state adopts quarantines to protect disease free herds but the full value of such regulations de pends upon the close co operation of All cattle owners. If Farmers one and All will hold rigidly to othe policy of buying Only cattle with proper health credentials the danger of re establishing diseased herds in Penn Sylvania will be Remote and the Cost of keeping the herds on an accredited basis will be substantially reduced. J. Donald Althouse has returned to miss Magaret s. Galbreath r. N., has completed a six month s Post graduate course at Sydenham Hospi his Home in Paradise after visiting his Uncle and aunt or and mrs. Caleb Sli eard. Mrs g. E. Anderson and daughters Lois and Janice of High Rock were recent guests of or. And . J. T Grove Cardiff miss Sara Adams music supervisor at pen Hurst state school returned to the Home of her parents or. And w mrs. S. J. Adams on thursday of last Van Benschoten who has Tal Baltimore. Friends plan annual Fawn Grove meeting the governor and the Highway department of Pennsylvania Are set Ting the Pace in Road improvement and the recently completed Road from slate Hill to the Maryland line on the Conowingo Road is a Fine example of Good secondary Road which will facilitate traffic without burdening the taxpayers More than the Upkeep of a dirt Road. I understand that the an interesting program is being arranged for the annual meeting miss Eleanor Ridgle Dew Daugh ter of or. And mrs. Walter White Dew Baltimore and Curtis Watson Baer of the same place were mar ried at Elkton md., on june 18, according to announcements just received. Or. Baer is Well known in this Vicinity and is a son of mrs. An Nie Baer and the late Geo g e Baer formerly of Delta but now of Balti More. From where it was upwards of two Hundred years ago. Then it was the main artery of Trade and traffic adjacent to the Susquehanna River from Wrightsville a to Tidewater land Ings at Lapidus and Havre de Grace. My. Portions of the old Road site have been almost obliterated buc from Here to Castleton it is quite marked with evidences of having been a Long time in use. The cafe is much of interest attached to the his admit will to probate West Bangkok resources and adjacent scenery Jui Lujic i Grill fill i Ziril re sources Cluck j the society of friends to. Castle finn give it added importance and make the Fawn Grove friends j acct up Wio Worth of doing made into an in week. Mrs. At o clock in the Forenoon. Fol lowing the morning worship there will be a Basket lunch at noon. In the afternoon beginning at 2 o clock a Vars v Hajj. A a i been visiting or. And mrs. S. H. There will be a conference a an the sub to tile j _ ties now to improve the Conowingo it can Harly be by Road from the Pennsylvania line to those who have Caleta a Snodgrass late of Delta was possessed of an estate of which the personal property is valued at and the realty holdings at 800. The will of the deceased admit ted to probate in the office of the Register of wills William a. Schweit Zer names d. Snodgrass and w. H. Snodgrass As the executors. Under the provisions of the will the Home of the deceased is for the use of the widow Matilda j. Snodgrass during her lifetime. She is also to receive the royalties due the testator on Oil and Gas Well holdings. At ties now or. And mrs. Clarence Smith and son Bobby misses Margaret Miller and Hulda Smith and Walter Norris spent sunday in red lion As guests of or. And mrs. Walter Taylor. Little Barbara Davics of Flintville. Spent several slavs last Wock Wilsher grandmother mrs. Mary Tarbert of Coulso town. Or. And mrs. Ira Bennington spent Friday in York. Mrs. Chester Mclaughlin and daughter Anna Mae spent several Days recently with friends and rela Tives in Baltimore. Or. And mrs Richard Jones and of Fullerton visited mrs. Kate a distance of about five a Stone surfaced roadbed. Visiting r. An Fot several weeks returned to acct will be religion and life. Lor several to tiap. At plenty of Gray Rock urday. Mrs. Ucol her Home in Newark n. A last sat j. T. Galbreath and family entertained the following guests on the fourth or. And mrs. Harry f. Miller or. And mrs. George Leidig messes. Wayne Markcy and Wallace Ludwig All of Harrisburg or. And mrs Frank a. Wentz mrs. George Holland mrs. William d. Jones and Eugene Tarbert. Dinner guests of or. And mrs. Wil Liam t. Brown on last thursday among the speakers to have a part on the program arc Bliss Forbush executive Secretary of the Baltimore yearly meeting and Anna Jackson Branson of Germantown. All interested Persona arc invited to attend. Social service club the next regular meeting of the social service club will be held at the Home of mrs. Caroline Rightmire Friday evening july 6. Ine Flint on o an Gas q Ecron vie demise the realty is to to sold and i other friends on Sun the proceeds together with the to Frt to shared. To nose who ii thu. Kiwi a travel the Road since the construction due of the estate is to be shared. Of the Conowingo dam what a j equally by the eight surviving Attini change has been wrought by the Erec a 360-foot Iron Bridge in d for the underfed of the Road place of the old 50-foot covered badge Able the Section from the line to the Iron Bridge Over Broad Creek should be improved first. The improvement of the above mentioned five Miles will give an almost straight Lino of Stone surfaced Highway from Havre do Grace to York and other Points of interest. This is one of the Pioneer roads of lower York and Harford counties with Only a few changes of location Dren of the testator. Community club to my act made necessary by the Back water from the dam. The grandeur of the scenery at this Point and the Good fishing water lend enchantment to the place and make it Ideal for pleas ure boating As Well As admirable for summer cottages and pleasure Camps. There is much of interest in other ways connected with the Road that we May Tell about in later letters but in the meantime come and see. Or. And mrs. L. L. Mckinley miss Hilda Kilburn mrs. Robert Loamon the cardio Community club will or. And mrs. Raymond Hamilton meet at the Home of it. And mrs. Mrs. Mary Wise mrs. C. O. Brown David Pyle Friday evening july 6. Miss Myra Williams and miss Betty at 8 o clock. Picnic and festival there will be a picnic and feat vat at Woodbine evangelical Church on thursday july and evening. Good music Etc. Griffith attended a reception held at Salome Rebekah Lodge i. O. O. F., in York on thursday night of last week in Honor of mrs. Minnio acis Inger who was elected Warden of the Rebekah Assembly at the convention recently held at Stroudsburg. Newspaper

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