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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - July 6, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only Anil urrlu4 vol. La. No. 27 Dexta York county pa., thursday july 6, 1933 establish Nona Genaria civil War Veteran Churchman and Fanner expires newlyweds Given prominent Delta citizen Dies after Long illness from infirmities of age. T. Cooper Ramsay a lifelong Resi Dent of this Section a retired Farmer and a very prominent character in Church work died at o clock monday night at the Home of his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. William j. Malone Delta Death was due to a complication of diseases and infirmities of advanced age. Or. Ramsay would have been 94 years old the 31st Day of this month. The deceased the seventh son of the late Robert and Jane Whiteford Ramsay was born july 31, 1839 on the farm on tie outskirts of Delta blow owned by Clarence p. Scarbor Ough in the old Stone House which still stands with the old fashioned Yard and its old fashioned Flowers. Before the breaking out of the civil War he with his brother Joseph bought and operated a farm near the River. Or. Ramsay with four companions who have All gone before him Allen j. Barnett Nathaniel Boyd Osier Pope and Benjamin Norris enlisted in 1863 in the ninety Day emergency men a few Days before the close of the War so did not have an Opportunity to serve in any Battle. In 1865 he bought his brother s in Terest in the farm and married Ange Lina Ritchie. To them was born seven children. All but one of these children still survive. Mrs. Ramsay was taken january 1903. In february 1906 or. Ramsay married Laura v. Ayres and in 1915 she was Laid to rest. There were no children to this marriage. For some time or. Ramsay lived with his daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Hugh Kilgore in York. He later moved to Delta and boarded with miss Odessa weeks and also at the car Del hotel. In june of 1932 he was removed to the Home of his daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. William j. Malone at which place he died. Surviving Are six children mrs. Hugh Kilgore York mrs. Malone Ross r., How Ard w., and mrs. Eva Johnson Delta r d., and Russell Ramsay Reading. Or. And mrs. Joel Harry parents of the Bride gave a reception to or. And mrs. Raymond Bonville who were j recently married. The reception was i truck Driver is killed at red lion crossing runs at top Speed from Fawn Grove comes word that Ader the new National Industrial re covery act the Plant of the Morris manufacturing company May Haye to soul club enjoy Outing Stormer Cardiff i held at the Harry Home at Whiteford Those attending were or. Be enlarged. Machines May be installed and ing _ i Alice Anna Harry mrs. John g. George Spangler West Baltimore or and mrs. g workers Given employment. And mrs r 4. The Plant is on an order for lined Coats in the near future. The material for this w do burned fatally last saturday. When his truck caught fire after be 1 t it r a i Stewart miss Margaret Stewart or. Struck by a Maryland and Penn-1 i and mrs. Francis Morgan or. And i Sylvania freight train at red lion. John Peck Lancaster or and i order has already been received and Coroner Zeeh found that Spangler mrs Grubbs mrs the cutting department enlarged to red to ass two cars which were _ _ _ _ handle the extra work. Tried to pass two cars which stopped waiting for the train and then Laughlin Delta D., or. And failed in an Effort to Stop the. Truck before reaching the tracks. The truck s Gas tank caught fire and the truck burned. Nearby Resi dents dragged Spangler out of the wrecked truck but he was so badly burned that he died within 15 hours. Or. And mrs. Friends to meet at Fawn Grove the annual meeting of Fawn Grove j Harry Davis and daughter i Harry or. And mrs. Storman Spence and son Jack or. And mrs. O. Heaps or. And mrs. Ho1 Stubbs or. And mrs. P. White i and children Mabel and Scott or and mrs. Ralph Davis or. And mrs Harry Robinson Charles or. And mrs. Joe Mcquade or. Andl mrs. Harry heaps Forest Hill and mrs. N. A. Heaps mrs. Margares Davis mrs. T. Harry or. And Marshall heaps mrs. Or. And mrs. T. Gailey mrs. Annie friends will be held at Fawn Grove Grevemeyer Forest Hill miss Rosalyn friends meeting House on sunday july 16. Meeting for worship at a. M., Basket lunch at noon lecture and conference at 2 p. All Stan Dard time. Bliss for Bush executive Secretary of Baltimore yearly meeting of friends will be the principal speaker at both meetings. Everyone Wel come to attend. Popular evangelistic meetings the churches of Delta and Cardiff through their pastors and officials have planned a series of sunday eve Ning Union meetings. It has been considered inadvisable to Call any of the evangelists which conduct services of this nature because the committee did not wish to Burden the people with any More expenses in such times As these. Therefore the local bring the message and they earnestly Appeal to their members and to the Public for their support by attending All the services if. Pos sible. These Union meetings have for their aim and purpose 1. The encouraging and strengthen the funeral will be held Friday with ius of professing christians in order Short services at 10 a. At the Home of the daughter mrs. Malone that Mccormick Philadelphia messes. George Sanders and Gerald g. Whiteford. Forest Hill boy drowns near Home Kent monks 9 years old drowned last week in a swimming Hole near his Home at Forest Hill my. His brother Hubert 11, made an heroic Effort to save the younger boy but failed and was hauled out of water unconscious by another youth this boy after rescuing Hubert then. Be people Are now work at the Morris Plant which is double the number employed a year l. H. Morris proprietor has been lying that two other con have been turned Down lately due to inability to handle the work. Salem ladies Aid meet a the ladies Aid society of Salem m. E. Chirich held their monthly meeting at the Home of mrs. Hiram Blacklock on thursday afternoon was As follows was in charge of mrs. Mclaughlin and mrs. Robert Posey scripture Reading and prayer mrs. Jesse Mclaughlin readings mrs. Robert Posey mrs. Daniel Mcgurk mrs. Frank Stephens and miss mar Anderson Benediction Rev. Pheasant. The following members were pres ent Rev. Pheasant mesdames Frank Stephens Vennia Kilgore Ellis Kil Gore Roy Smith Wesley Kilgore Elva Hess Luther Hess Lyle Hess Ewell Platt Purdy Glenn Ross bar ton Robert Posey Jesse Mclaughlin j l. Scott Clarkson Kilgore Melvin Walker Fulton Dinsmore Grace Glenn Hiram Blacklock Huber Glenn brought Kent s body out. Or. Hugh Hugh Barton j. O. Anaerson Daniel Bradley of Jarrettsville. Succeeded misses Ellen and Jean Glenn bringing Hubert around but was Rae Mclaughlin and master Robert Able to help Kent. The annual picnic of the social club was held at Uncle Tom s peach Bottom on Friday afternoon. The following attended Rev. And mrs. B. Jones air. And mrs. Roy hemp Hill or. And mrs. W. F. Stubbs or. And mrs. V. G. Stubbs or. And mrs. O. H. Heaps or. And mrs. Arthur Robinson or. And mrs. Harry Hughes or. And mrs. Howard Proctor sr., or. And mrs. H. Stubbs mrs. P. Whiteford mrs. A. Bay mrs. T. Harry mrs B. Davis mrs. Margaret Stokes mrs. Harry Robin son mrs. H. Evans mrs. S. Barnett mrs. Leroy Rig Don misses Mary Gladys Jones Mabel Whiteford Sara Evans Rosalyn Mccormick Louise Jones Betty Hemphill Char Lotte Rig Don Dorothea Bulette Rev. W. F. Fleck Charles Robinson H. Webb Scott Whiteford and or. Bar Shinger. Delta Man suffers fractured Skull while unloading Hay Elwood Grove june 29. The literary program which Deita D., 28 years old was struck on the head by a falling Pulley result ing in a fractured Skull. He is a patient in the York Hospital. Or. Grove and several others were unloading Hay on the farm of miss Harriet Stewart whose land joins Wil Liam Barton s with whom the injured Man resides. Or. Grove was standing on the Load of Hay and As he pulled on the rope which ran through a Pulley in the top of the barn the Pul Ley broke and struck my on the head rendering him unconscious. Or. W. E. Arthur of Cardiff was summoned and after rendering first Aid treatment advised that the injured Man be removed to the Hospital. His condition is reported As fair. Depicted in personal letters by Muriel Ramsay a i Forth China dust peking it was just another City to april 20 me. I remembered the Empress Dow the conference is Over and wailing Ager s summer Palace As an excellent Forest Hill members Church gave a Pound party on wednesday j night to Rev. And mrs e Ely in Honor of their return to Forest Hill charge. Our sympathy goes out to or. And mrs. John monks and family in the loss of their son by drowning on Friday. James Standiford was killed on Davs May Bear the Durdens of j goodbyes Are quite in order. Strange place for playing hide and seek and Friday evening he had gone to Call a stronger Faith and and concluding services at the slate determination Ville presbyterian Church of which i 2 order to Manifest in a Public or. Ramsay had been an elder for and United Way the spirit of Over thirty years. The elders of the action and Fellowship which sex said Church will act As honorary pall Ifres among the churches of this Region bearers. Six grandsons will be the 3 in order to to the attention Active pallbearers. Hubert p. Har j of non Church members their great Kins funeral director has charge of i privilege to unite with us As soldiers i of the the Appeal of the gos Pel will be presented by the lord s servants with deep earnestness and j spiritual pathos. Well known Evan 1 Gerstic hymns will be Sung by the i congregations and will be led if pos of omeral arrangements. Mrs. Mick freed How attached one can become to the traditional Coal Hill was interesting strangers during two or three weeks because i ate my first Olive while on of such intensive sharing it was a picnic there what sacrilege Why really hard to say goodbye to some of somehow it seemed Tonitte like no these Folk. Other City in the world for Charm and about half the delegates left at fascination Midnight last night. Those of us going i or. Johnson and i reached our com North left this noon in a blinding dust storm. I could t see Louise s Rickshaw Only ten feet ahead of mine on the Road going to the Railroad station. Never to be forgotten Gobi desert Sand and dust hair skin and clothes were soon filled with yellow dust and i As by the choristers of each Church. Mrs. Janice a Mick of Darlington the place of meetings the speakers was acquitted of the murder of her and the time Are As follows husband by a jury in Baltimore county july 9, 8 p. Slate Ridge Church. Mureil 1 i As we waited on the platform for our sible by musical instruments As Well Tiam exposed to we poked More like mud images by the minute. Eyes looked out from this coating of dust like knot holes in a Board. Every time Anyon e opened his lips to speak court which took Only 54 minutes to Rev. John Hammond will preach. Lar to Augh is neighbors he was Ach a decision. J july 16, at six o clock Rehoboth greeted with a Mouthful of Sand. the trial attracted much attention Church. Rev. A. L. Hyde will preach. Hand Ker Chieves used for dabbing eyes today pouring its glory Over the throughout the East especially when july 23, 8 p. M., the methodist looked like plug mountains straight Down on the Pound West of the drum Tower at Midnight. Mrs. Johnson came Down stairs to Welcome us. One of their Rabbit we nicknamed servants who used to be our Gardener was asleep so i shall have to wait till tomorrow to see him. After a Glass of milk came the luxury of a real tub Bath. Of How grand and now for a bed with Springs beneath me instead of unyielding Brick How i shall sleep april 21 peking Sunshine floods the City mrs. Mick testified that her husband protestant Church. Rev. B. W. Jones had shot at her twice had threatened will preach. Her with a club on another occasion july 30, 8 p. M., the Chapel. Rev. And once threatened to pour gasoline i b. F. Ruley will breach. Over her and set the House on fire. I mrs. Mick was charged with having fatally shot her husband june 9 at their Darlington md., Home. She con fessed shooting him As she returned from a visit to the Home of her Mother in Lancaster when she said he approached her threateningly. The 300 persons in the Stuffy court room broke into a wild demonstration As the verdict was rendered and it was several minutes before the judges and court attendants could restore order. The 33-year-old defendant who had retained her composure through out virtually All of the two Days of the trial temporarily collapsed As she h eard herself freed. Notice i have arranged with mrs. F. Jenness to take Over the insurance Agency formerly operated by or. Jen Ness. I am writing a general line of insurance at a saving of 20% to the policy holders. If interested write or Call. John Galbreath or. Cardiff 125r3. Street my. Here and there or. And mrs. Charles b. Lee entertained on july 2, or. And mrs. Harry Mclean and son John mrs. George Leavy and or. And mrs. Lawrence Grimm of Philadelphia. Miss Addie Lee returned Home with them for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Samuel Orr is reported to be recovering nicely after being ill with Scarlet fever. Mrs. Samuel Orr son Robert and daughter Virginia called on or. And mrs. Charles Mcfadden recently. Mrs. P. Boling and children have been visiting her Mother and brother mrs. E. Davis and prof. W. Davis and family. The Dublin sunday school gave or. And mrs. Eugene Rockey a Shower recently. Many Nice gifts were received and a splendid time was reported. Or. Rockey is superintendent of tha sunday school. Luckily our train reached us just a gilded roofs the Palace gardens the Little before the rain which had been great Multi coloured Arches the carved threatening or we would indeed have Marble Bridges Lotus lakes and All been sorry looking mud be spattered that makes peking unique among the creatures cities of the world. Pooh what a those of us who had lived in North thrill it is giving me today on a neighbor and was returning Home when he was struck by an Auto driven by two coloured men who failed to Stop. A nearby neighbor saw it and reported to his wife what had happened. The two men were soon caught and Are being held for trial. Mrs. S. O. Nagle who has been quite sick is improving slowly. Mrs. B. G. Buckland spent monday in Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Charles Sloan and son Ralph All of Baltimore spent the fourth of july with mrs. Leroy Scarff and family. Or. And mrs. Chester Grier and daughters Elinore and Ruth were sunday guests of or. And mrs Ray mond Harkins. Irwim Harkins and family spent monday in Baltimore. Or. And mrs. W. Strayer of York Are spending the week with or. And mrs. James swam. Mrs. R. L. Walter of Pylesville was the guest on Friday of or and mrs. James swam and family. Or. And mrs. Samuel Barrow of Washington d c., and or. And mrs youth weds the Miss Mary Durkee Hodge Only daughter of mrs. Susan Hodge of 413 Simpson place peeks kill n. Y., was married to Wilson o. Rigdon the son of Summerfield Rig Don of Cardiff md., at a pretty wed Ding held at the Home of the Bride on monday afternoon june 26, at 5 o clock. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Wilbur f. Allton pastor of the first Baptist Church in the presence of thirty relatives and inti mate friends of the couple. An improvised background of ferns was banked in front of the Bay win Dow in the living room bouquets of Pink Gladioli and Delphinium. This formed a setting for the ceremony. Just before the ceremony mrs. Wil lard t. Hodge of Yonkers n. Y., Sis Ter in Law of the Bride played of Promise me on the piano. As she began the strains of Lohengrin s wed Ding March the Bride entered dressed in a White Satin gown and Long tulle veil caught with Orange blossoms. Her bouquet consisted of White rosebuds and Gypsophila. She was Given in marriage by her oldest brother Wil lard t. Hodge of Yonkers. Miss Eleanor Fields of Washington C., was maid of Honor. She wore a. Blue net dress Over Dresden silk and a Pink picture hat trimmed with Blue. Her bouquet was of Pink rosebuds and Blue Delphinium. Harold Reber of Camden n. J., a College classmate of the bridegroom served As Best Man. A reception followed the wedding. Among the e guests was the Bride s Grandfather Robert Worthington who celebrated his 92nd birthday this month. Mrs Rigdon who is a registered nurse is Well known in Peekskill. She attended Peekskill High school and later took a nurse s training course at the Peekskill Hospital. When the school was discontinued there she transferred to new Rochelle Hospital and was graduated from there in 1928. She has been on special Case work at the tie Ding on monday had the Flowers which were used for decorations sent to the Hospital where they were distributed in the wards. The bridegroom is an instructor at Shrub Oak High school. He attended the University of Maryland from which he received his b. A. And m. A degrees. Or. Rigdon while at the University completed a research on the history of Early education in har Ford county. The bridal couple left for Maine where they will spend their Honey Salem Bible classes meet the Baracca and Philathea Bible classes of Salem m. E. Church held their july meeting at the Home of or. And mrs Robert Posey Airville. Or. And mrs Lyle Hess conducted the following literary program singing Faith of our scripture Reading Lyle Hess prayer by Rev. Pheasant Reading mrs. Paul Brown recitation Ellis Haugh leading mrs. Fulton Dinsmore recitation Ramsay Hess Reading mrs. Jesse Mclaughlin Trio Jean and Hester Haugh and Erald Hess closing song saved by Benediction Rev. Pheasant. Those present were Rev pheasant or. And mrs. Robert Posey or. And mrs. Jesse Mclaughlin or. And mrs. Ross Barton or. And mrs. Roy Smith or. And mrs. Fulton Dinsmore or. And mrs. Huber Glenn or. And mrs. Lyle Hess or. And mrs Earl Glenn China were really a bit glad the i visited our presbyterian Industrial or. And mrs. Paul Brown or and southerners had this experience for school nest of All and bought some Reopens after shutdown the Sewing company re opened its Delta Plant wednesday after a two weeks shutdown. They had been squealing so about the Little bit of surface dust blown up sex Ery Day in Ting Sien and writing Home about these awful North China dust storms which As yet they had t really experienced Well those who left to Mohsien with us today know what a dust storm is. It was really lots of fun laughing at each other. I would recommend introducing this As a Novelty ice breaker at stiff parties after a Jolly eleven hour ride on our train which was Only three hours late we chugged through the Walls of peking. There is martial Law in peking now on account of the japanese Advance South of the great Wall but fortunately we were not accosted As we went Uptown through deserted streets by Rickshaw. Even at night the Archon through which we passed and the huge City Gates and the dim outlines of Coal Hill and the Palace roofs silhouetted against a starry sky thrilled me As i the Pagoda. Of the irresistibly Lovely handwork of the girls working there. Then i made arrangements for study of mandarin this summer at the peking language i school. I can t imagine spending a happier summer vacation than in re claiming the Babyhood phrases which began to come Back to me so rapidly during the conference which of course was conducted in mandarin the Only form of speech understood at All generally in this country. When All the errands were done i found i had one mrs. Harry Barrow. Mrs. Edgar Wilson and son Walter returned Home on monday after at tending the world s fair in Chicago. Alice Hyson society holds picnic the Alice Hyson Junior society of slate Ridge presbyterian Church held a picnic in Reed Kilgore s Meadow thursday afternoon. Those in Atten mrs. Melvin Purdy Glenn -, or. And mrs. J is Pamuel Haugh or. And mrs Miller mrs. Grace Glenn mrs. Hiram Black lock mrs Frank Stephens Sara col Vin Marie Dinsmore Nora Glenn Rae Mclaughlin Joan and Hester Haugh. Hope Grace Ellen and Jean Glenn Gerald Ramsay and Bobby Hess George Stephens Platt Glenn Smith am Ellis Haugh. Jiuu Douay u.1u3ijjuoh. m Atten-1 St t to dance were misses Frances Del la Vrell is t ice pc More hour before dark for excursions j Charlotte Pennington Betty Jean and so i took a group of former school j mates and friends with me to the Bei Hai Dagoba a tibetan Type of Pagoda on a Hill overlooking the City is really several cities within the City known As peking. We climbed flights and flights of Stone Steps passed beneath boughs Laden Down with peach blossoms and then through a Maze of Lovely Ston e rookeries till we narrow escape Marjorie Gailey Jean Dooley Frances and Sara Wilhelm Bertha Wise Jean Mckinley Mildred and Dorothy Glas j a mishap which might have been a Gow Mary and Jean Sliver Evelyn Seno Accident occurred monday eve Myers Corinne Scotten Dorothy Kil Ning about one mile North of sunny Gore Beryl Wyman mrs. s. Macomber and mrs. Dooley Cai diff Community club Burn on the Road leading from York to Dolta when miss Ann god Dan lost control of the car she was driving. The car left the Highway ascended a i six foot Bank then overturned into could look Down on the City beneath the Cardiff Community club will the Center of the Road. Us from our High Vantage Point on 1 never before. When i was last in continued on 1 meet at the Home of misses a. The occupants of the car misses and g. Mccurdy on Friday evening Jane and Ann Glidden were unhurt july 7, at 8 o clock. But the car was damaged considerably

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