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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - July 12, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaHerald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Barford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 28 Delta York county fa., thursday july Eastern Star members enjoy Outing at Shore members of Penn mar chapter or Der of the Eastern Star enjoyed an Outing at Uncle Tom s Cabin peach Bottom on tuesday when their an Nual picnic was held at that place. The time was spent in games con tests boating and a great abundance of tempting food. Through the Courtesy of h. P. Har tp-t1g1 the party enjoyed a cruise of the dam. Those attending the picnic were or. And mrs. Howard Proctor Sam Uel Proctor or. And mrs. J. T. Gail by or. And mrs. Paul Lefever or. And mrs. Marshall heaps Eleanor and Marshall jr., or. And mrs. George Holland or. And mrs. Jas Murphy two sons and Donald diet mrs. J. N. Gemmill Betty Ann or. And mrs. Clarence Malone and Bob Bie mrs. W. J. Thomas or. And mrs. D. M. Wheeler and daughters mrs. S. J. Bennett or. And mrs. Arthur Zimmerman mrs. Floyd Wyman and daughter Beryl mrs. Anna Silver Margaret Silver or. And mrs. Wil son heaps Anita heaps mrs. Min Nieb. Baer Martha and George Baer or. And mrs. J. H. Stubbs or. And mrs. Thos. Reynolds or. And mrs. Paul Wilhelm and family or. And mrs. L. C. Culpepper r. C. Turner mrs. Robert Lloyd or. And mrs. Ger Aid heaps Elizabeth Anne heaps mrs. Chas. Pomraning mrs. Earl Proctor be Hosoe and we. Proctor Mabel Whiteford. Back o the flats1 commissioners clerk voted raise in pay when Paul Thompson the present chief clerk to the county commissioners assumed Bis Post he was granted a salary of which was less than had been granted is predecessor in the Post. With the in creased work attending the Highway construction in the county and Many other details arising from both the county and state departments the duties of the efficient chief clerk have been greatly increased. The county commissioners taking cognizance of or. Thompson s pains taking labors which frequently extend beyond the regular hours of the commissioner s office have re stored part of the salary paid the former chief clerk so that with july 1st, or. Thompson s salary is now per annul. Fawn Grove friends hold annual meeting the annual reunion and memorial meetings will be held in friends meeting House Fawn. Grove next Sun Day at a. M. And 2 p. M. At which times speakers will be present from Baltimore and elsewhere. All interested persons Are cordially invited to attend and bring lunch remain ing in the grounds Between the ses Sions. The attendance at these meet Ings includes those from different states and Long distances to share in reunions and the services of the Day often forger in number than the seat ing capacity of the meeting House especially in the afternoon when those of other denominations can at tend. Tax collectors must Settle 31 duplicates following closely on the heels of the announcement last week of sureties of tax collectors calling at Tention to the provisions of the Law in the enforcement of the payment of state and county taxes came the order tills week from the York county commissioners to those collectors who have failed to make settlement of their duplicates for any years to 1931, to make such Settle ment within 30 Days failure thereof to result in action being instituted against these state and county tax collectors and their respective Bonds men or sureties. Copies of these notices have gone Forth to the sure ties of such tax collectors who have failed to make due settlement of their respective accounts. In
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