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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - July 13, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDot to of that o j a n to in i by the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 28 Delta York county pa., thursday july 13, 1933 several Young men get into trouble charges of trespassing and being id Possession of firearms have been lodged against Clifford Bennington and Granvil Delp of near Here and Theodore Thomas of Marcus Hook according to Squire Crawford. Delp has been released on bail but Bennington and Thomas who also gave the name of Gibbons Are still in jail. The three were arrested on july 1 on the farm of Wilbur Miller Fawn Grove by Constable Almoney. The annual memorial and reunion meeting will be held in the friends meeting House at Fawn Grove Sun Day july 16, with sessions beginning at a. And 2 p. All who i Grove missionary life in China depicted in personal letters by Muriel Kamsay continued from last week rocks lady honoured of anniversary i Are interested Are cordially invited to attend. Bring lunch and remain be tween the sessions. Bliss Forbush and i posting fun april 22 Early j intended it should be when he thought i of it first of that he would use 1 me without Reserve completely As he turd class Sven a new matter the Cost. Al. Kinsey of York Are expected to York subway could t be More crowd i be dedicate my life again to the attend As speakers perhaps others de than we were an old lady finally Beautiful Christ we adore Little Moth whose names can not be moved Over so could sit Down Nettier. Almost your last words were announced at present. Descendants of former members of Fawn meeting come from near and far distances on these an of Ming meeting for n session will be a Bliss Forbush. To her with my feet parked on her Rolls of bedding and my head close enough to a window so i could breathe. I was just another sardine packed i care not what my girls May be come except that they be Strong christians. Girls have you dedicated to the into the tin. If a fire had broken out j loaned you to us and he took i m sure none of us could have is i you away. God alone knows How of ten caped. Aisles and platforms were so and How terribly i have needed jammed one had to fight one s Way but his ways Are always Best. And j ajj.vj1 i at Church bag afternoon. The were in charge de meeting of the slate Fety was held at the Lay is Rees. A report of Given by mrs. Wal the treasurer by the president mrs. Charge of the Busi in society voted to meetings during the the hostesses were mrs. Richard 4i were mrs. J. T. I d Rees mrs. J. T. Gwise mrs. David n Ory Lowe mrs. Is. F. E. Mcguigan Usulton mrs. Scott mrs. W. Viola Arthur mrs. J3. J. Adams mrs. Cd Jwilliam h. Myers Tobey mrs. Frank Al Bay and mrs. More human flies would push on cling to the Steps and railings As the train pulled out. Such is War time panic we reached posting fun at noon. I am stopping Here for a. Few hours to out of the car practically. While be j now he has brought me Back to work Lieve it or not at each new station j with him a Little space before i see you again in this glorious work of his. Life and death Are alike Beautiful somehow this afternoon. I m dreaming dreams As the Sun goes Down an old Man the Christian care see our presbyterian work and to j walked Over to me stood a visit Mother s grave which i have not seen since we Laid her to rest in 1921, i la finish this at the cemetery. Later at Mother s grave rededication an afternoon Sun lingering Over the Western Hills touches with warm Fin Gers the bursting Green buds Over head reminding me that this is was i mrs. Carroll w. Crowl of rocks md., was agreeably surprised on sat urday evening when a number of her friends gathered at her Home to help celebrate her birthday anniversary. Games were played and refreshments served those present were or. And mrs Carroll and family or. And. Mrs. A. Kinhart and family or. And mrs. John Crowl and Daugh Ter or. And mrs. Elmer Grier or. And mrs. Adrian Christie or. And mrs. A. Almony and family or. And Charles Crowl and family or. And mrs. William Murray and son or. And mrs. Paul Butler or. And mrs. Albert Bender and daughter mrs. Pat Rieley and family or. And mrs. H. W. Butler mrs. Walter Crowl and daughter misses Mildred Butler Carolyn Luchman and Jeanette Cor Mack messes. Vinton and Glenn Crowl George Woods George gun ther Andrew Taylor and Clarence Wiley. Moment and asked in a husked voice motioning toward the grave with a gnarled hand who was my i replied. I Haven t been Back since we buried of i m sorry. You loved her very and after a Little More conversation he said let me go Over text Ter week and soft shadows creep there to my Little House and get you a across the Martyr s memorial Ceme i cup of water to then i told Tery where twelve years ago in Silver him f 6r i knew he would understand Moonlight we Laid our loved one to that these were ii Appy tears and that rest. How dark and cold the shadows i his god and mine were that night How differently i for such a Mother and for the Privi looked at the Earth which was to re Slege observing the master Here in the chive her land she loved too. He went away i have been standing with my arms smiling and i Felt that once More i about her Marble Cross this past tour j had seen the master in the Loving Happy tears falling like rain telling heart of one of his her and god How glad i am to go on dear old caretaker with the work she left How Sweet it april 23 is to be Hack again and How i Long to pour out my life As even i hoist differently a place and a work 6 of Harty of this place Atli with her father mrs. Walter of Ipa. Highland Church mrs. John h. Bald Ivl Fening. Herman Green of spending a Rith friends in Ohio heir Home Here i j employee of the Maryland Dairy is adding his vacation relatives Here and has been a Hospital of bal returned Home Warren Pennington Sarlotte spent sat ormer s father and Kington and Daugh n of Indianapolis ear Here is spend Vith relatives and is and Cousin miss pent the fourth of Mer s Mother mrs. J improving. Year Here. A. A. Street that poet soul of Galilee. How gently he has led this part of China was so Ordinary twelve years ago. I should these winding wonderful years tenderly he has answered my rebellious soul moving by his spirit slowly surely till now i m Back where in bitterness i vowed i should never be. Back with a tumult of Joy in my soul unearthly Happy in knowing him and seeking the Center of his will. Of that i could really let him make my life As Beautiful As seeing hospitals schools and churches As i did today but it was Ever so interesting this afternoon seeing our posting fun work. Everyone has been so kind taking me into hearts and Homes As though i were indeed a child coming Home again. F continued on Page two or. And mrs. Ralph Scotten and or. And mrs. Charles Mcfadden jr., and baby visited or. And mrs. William Mcfadden on saturday. Miss Clara Jones has returned Home after spending some time with relatives in Baltimore. Rev. And mrs. W. A. Keese and daughter Ruth of Towson spent tuesday evening with or. And mrs. George Swift. Miss Elizabeth Marcelle is spending some time with her father Edward Marcelle. Mrs Samuel Allison who has r. W. Brown Southern Pines n. C., is visiting relatives in this Vicinity. Or. And mrs. Henry Poff and daughter Mary spent saturday in York. Mrs. I. B. Cullum is visiting her daughter mrs. H. W. Butler. Clarence Krick of Binghamton new York spent Friday evening and saturday with his Mother mrs. Catharine kick. Social service club enjoy Wei Iier roast the regular monthly meeting of the social service club of Slateville Church and Vicinity was held at Uncle Tom s Cabin along the River at peach Bottom on Friday evening july 7 after the regular routine of Busi Ness was carried on at which time it was decided to hold a picnic at the River in August the members enjoyed a Weiser roast and Watermelon party. The following members were pres ent mrs. Brooke Snodgrass mrs. Clinton Johnson mrs. Hazel gulp mrs. James Kerr mrs. Frank Wentz misses Pauline Robinson Marjorie Switzer Anna Wiley Marian Robin son Margaret Rowan Marie dins More Bertha Heck Jane Thomas Irene Doris Wentz Ruth Thomas Margaret Silver Margaret Shelet Mildred Snodgrass mar Rev. Bow ii Speaks at brotherhood the brotherhood of Slateville Church met on monday evening july 10, at the Home of Clay p. Whiteford. The meeting was called to order by the chairman. The scripture lesson was read by Clair Spicule. Following the reading1 of the lesson a prayer was offered by w. H. Galbreath. The minutes of the previous meeting Vas read and approved Samuel j. Gard the poet was then called upon who held the audience spell bound with three compositions which were As follows heart to Pedes arianism and the follow ing the Reading of the above compositions the principal speaker of the evening was then introduced by Thomas Wheeler Well known to brotherhood As an orator of no mean ability. The speaker Rev. Bowen assumed the floor and delivered an address on the subject assigned to him by the brotherhood committee the speaker divides the subject As follows just criticism and unjust the speaker spoke in a masterly and scholarly manner and had everything at his command. Refreshments were served after which the meeting adjourned. The next meeting will be held at Slateville Church the first monday in August. Forest Hill Little miss Jean Harkins has re turned Home after spending several Days with her Uncle Irwin Harkins. Or. And mrs. Ralph Kurtz motored to Virginia and spent the week end with or. And mrs. Walter Tucker. Mrs. R. Banes has returned to her Home in Baltimore after calling on friends Here. Mrs. George Gray had the misfortune to fall from her porch and Hurt her hip. Little miss Ruth Whaland of at lactic City is spending some time her grandmother mrs j. P. Muddy Creek Forks miss Beatrice Hively spent the week end with her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Howard Allen. Or. And mrs Wilbur Warner j. Ramsey Howett and daughters Irene Catherine and Marion and Guy Wal lace were entertained at dinner Sun Day by or and mrs j Ralph Howett Cross roads. The ladies auxiliary of the new Harmony presbyterian Church held their regular monthly meeting at the Home of mrs. Emory Murphy Friday evening. The meeting in charge of the president Parlette was opened by singing with mrs. Harold Murphy accompanist. After the scripture lesson prayer was offered by mrs Parlette. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the or. And mrs Fred r. Tucker and daughter Alden Are spending the week in Virginia visiting met Icker s brother Walter Tucker. J. B. Bailey suffered a stroke on monday in the Harvest t a Anil is very ill at Type writing. Or. And mrs Charles Strayer have returned to their Hotie in York after spending the week with or. And mrs. James swam. Roy and swam returned Home with them mrs. Dudley Walters formerly of there but now residing at Aberdeen died on monday night. Miss Esther Gilbert has been on the sick list but is improving slowly. Ross Barton has accepted a position in Washington d. Mrs. Adam Hess and daughters Bertha and Helen called on mrs. Ralph Kurtz on wednesday. Mrs. J. P. Whaland and miss Ruth whal Ancl spent tuesday with mrs. Kemp Mitchell in Fallston. Mrs. J. P Whaland and mrs. B. G. Buckland spent saturday in Baltimore of Norman of Philadelphia is visiting his cousins or. And mrs. G. T. Griffith. Miss Kathryn Morris and Nephew of Wilmington del., Are guests at the Home of miss Morris brother w. T. Morris. Members of y. P. B. Picnic at River the members of the Young people s Branch of the w. T. U. Held a Pic Nic at Uncle Tom s at peach Bottom thursday evening. Those who enjoyed the Outing were mrs. J. Dooley Emily Proctor Catharine Jones Belva Wilson Ruth Spidle. Marie Harvey Sophia Tobin Eleanor stauffer Hazel stauser Darcy Mckee Mildred and Virginia Snodgrass Doris Lloyd Geho sobe Proctor Louise Mckinley Jean Dooley Wilbur cant Ler Hyde Dooley Joseph Robinson Harold Lloyd Harold Williams Dooley Whiteford Donald Hughes Maxwell Scarborough jr., Winterson Stubbs Paul Tarbert Thomas Crawford Rob Ert Macomber and Robert Scarbor Ough. Messes Pierson Pyle and Andrew Swift spent tuesday evening at t the fourth of july my. Mrs. Louisa Mcfadden is spending some time with her son William Mcfadden. Or. And mrs. Paul Amos and child and mrs. Robert l. Wiley. Miss Asenath Bay is spending some time at her Home near Shawsville my. Benjamin Anderson and daughter Nettie made a business trip to Delta last wednesday. Koa taxes less under gov. Pinchot savings for local taxpayers in York county townships amounting to 645 have been recorded since 1931 As a result of governor Gifford Pinchot s township Road improvement and maintenance policy. This was announced by Sam Lewis Secretary of highways at Kreutz Creek last saturday. In 1932, 26 of the 34 second class townships in York county made tax reductions amounting to an estimated total of in 1933, 27 out of 31 townships that have reported so far show reductions of an additional 347 in comparison with 1932, so that a continuing annual saving of at least is being shared by All owners property in townships As a result of the state having assumed this amount of what formerly the town ships had to spend for Road improve j ment and maintenance. Ralph Sloan of Baltimore who has pen visiting his aunt mrs. Roy Carff has returned Home. Roy Potts of Washington is spend in several weeks with his Cousin Raymond Harkins. Mrs. S. O. Nagle who has been site ill is Able to be out again. Charles Henry Nagle has returned me after visiting or. And mrs. F. Lurphy. Ren of Baltimore spent several Days with mrs. Amos parents or. And mrs. Samuel Allison. Or. And mrs. Abe Reamer of bal j timbre spent tuesday evening with Reamer Bros. Or. And mrs. Nelson Mcnutt of Darlington spent a few Days with or. And mrs. Will Lloyd. William Pyle of Macon who has been confined to a Baltimore Hospital for several weeks underwent another operation on tuesday. Mrs. Earl Jones and daughter of Wilmington have returned Home after visiting her brother in Law and Sis Ter or. And mrs. Harold Rigdon. Mrs. Isaac Little who has been a patient at the Maryland University Hospital for some time is improving slowly. Or. And mrs. Bernard Atkins spent sunday in Baltimore. Try mrs. Lacrone s pie-5. Always made of the fruit in season. Bake sales on wednesday and saturday of each week cookies of different kinds and Rolls. Cakes baked when ordered. Tour patronage i solicited. Boy scouts to y enjoy hike troop no. 47, boy scouts of a Delta met on monday evening july 10, in the firemen s theatre Rof. R. E. Barnhart scoutmaster id charge of the meeting which was enc i by repeating the scout oath. It Jet scouts presented their Applina on ice for one week at Camp Canoga. Hey were Benny Tom Max scar jr., Robert Macomber we. Thur heaps. John r Issell Williams Oerr Wilson Galbreath and ,1.1 a m Reakes. The. I Roop decided to hike to Peac Jolo n on wednesday afternoon Leav it i i at 2 p. M., and Camp at 1 it Irr wednesday night. I u a , a former Delta scout belonging in Ballimore gave a Alk concerning the Routin o and neral outline of scout work in Bairn Tilc adjourned to meet monday evening july 17. 1 n. Is paper

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