Delta Herald Times in Delta, Pennsylvania 26 Jul 1934
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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - July 26, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald time the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland r vol. Lvi. No. 30 Dexta York county pa., thursday july 26, 1934 Grange members hold meeting 0 gets a big reception d Young people organize for Temperance work a. H. Dewey. Secretary of internal affairs Harrisburg was the principal speaker at the Booster meeting of the peach Bottom Grange which was held in the basement of Slateville Church Friday evening july 20. His address was full of interest and information and was Welt received by those present. Other numbers on the program were As follows song address of Welcome Austin Rowan origin of peach Bottom Grange b. P. Stubbs quartet grandmother s Corinne Scotten Anna May Melaughlin Josephine Beard and Gertrude Mcallister musical Reading mrs. Brooke Snodgrass play ten minutes to catch the mrs. Chester Mclaughlin Corinne Scotten and Philip Kilgore song god be with you till we meet hold Weiner roast the regular business meeting of peach Bottom Grange was held at Valley school House on monday night with the worthy master Chester Mclaughlin in charge. It was decided to Send the worthy lecturer to the lec Turer s conference at Penn state in August. The following literary program was Given song in the Roll Call a favorite Reading the lost mrs. Harry Ruff or. Essay music then and mrs. Harry Mackinson diet Juan mrs. Chester Mclaughlin. And mrs. Hugh Scotten debate resolved that the radio is a better investment than the aft. Side Dorothy Kilgore and mrs. Hugh Scotten neg. Side Betty Griffith and Philip Kil Gore musical contest Dorothy Kil Gore. Following the business meeting and program several of the members enjoyed a Weiser and marshmallow roast. Junior Endeavor ers enjoy annual picnic the misses Adelaide and Nancy Hawkins were hostesses to the Junior c. E. Society of slate vice Church saturday afternoon july 21, at the Home of their grandparents or. And mrs. C. A. Hawkins where they enjoyed their annual picnic and Outing a delightful afternoon was had by All. Those present were mesdames William Fisher j. T. Galbreath b w. Jones Calvin Murphy Eldrid Hawkins c. A. Hawkins Warren Pennington c. A. Hawkins Georgi Holland misses Charlotte Pennington Janet Holland Eva sue Cox Eleano Cox Frances Pyle Isa Rothy Roberts Anna Dingey Louise Jones Pauline Singleton Evelyn Singleton Flora Streett Mabel Heiland masters Billj Fisher Johnnie and Billy Murphy Junior Dick and David Galbreath. Young couple gets copious show Kun Community. Agreeing Best to work in con Ork in the hat it was unction with the w. C. T. U., they ought the approval of several Mem ers of that organization. Subsequently mrs. John Hammond vice resident of the York county Union assisted them in effecting an organi action. Fiey plan to conduct an in pensive educational Campaign among Fie Young people of the Community. He next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. J. Malford Dooley at a Date to be announced. The following officers were elected mrs. A. H. Zimmerman Irice presidents miss Myra Williams Urs. Harris Perkins mrs. Milford what you get it is Only reasonable for a person to inquire when buy ing what t Ney May expect Lor their Money. So far As the Herald times is concerned we do not mind telling you for we feel that it is easy to figure How you get your Money s Worth with each Issue. First of All there is the local news not to mention the editorials do lurch notices and other matter provided by Home people. And then there Are four pages of High Grade material All carefully selected and edited with a View to Reader inter est and satisfaction. This matter is prepared by some of the highest priced writers in the country. The big dailies use not and find that it meets with a ready response on the part of the Public. Therefore we Are not ashamed to offer it to you. What do you think of this list Zane Grey s big serial Story robbers Pickard s three column news that body of by James w. Barton m. D. News pictures1 of current interest a pointed Kettner cartoon special features for women informative miscellaneous matter. And you get the whole business at a Cost of Only three cents a week. If you Are in arrears renew now for a year and forget the past. Make All checks payable to the Herald times Delta a. Is borne Between two men on a Glori fied carrying pole heavily Tassel led and beaded to represent two Phoenix Birds. As the second of these two men strikes the Gong with All his might the noise is deafening. We Are glad when the musicians break in run and pass us laughing Hilar ii Fly. It reminds me of my childhood i Tell Jolly Wang. When we wer Small we used to create a Racket Lik that with our Kitchen orchestra they re like replies j w. Look at them running now tha always brings the the procession comes steadily a jerks. There s a Long wait. The linemen Are probably trying in to Clear the streets. Then a group o official umbrellas each of embroidered White Satin carried on a pole the feet High goes proudly by. Now they Are coming without de Lay More flags grotesquely Painte clowns men on stilts and personify cations of famous characters All loudly heralded by the Gong and cymbal. Seven or eight shrines each from a Temple in a different town pass us at intervals in the procession. Each enshrines a Small Clay image of the a group of Young women from the our churches of Delta met recently t the Hope of mrs. A. H. Zimmer an for a conference on Temperance Fawn Grove Man weds virginian Harry w. Devoe son of or. And mrs. William a. Devoe Favron Grove and miss Elizabeth Bagwell Mears daughter of or. And mrs. William Bagwell Mears of Accomac county va., were married saturday noon at the Home of the Bride s brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. W. B. Mears Clarendon a. The Bride wore a White silk Crape dress made in simple lines with a cowl neckline and sleeves puffed to the Elbow. Her Corsage was of Pink roses and lilies of the Valley. Ralph t. Mears another brother of the Bride was Best Man. A reception and Buffet luncheon followed for those who witnessed the ceremony. Following the reception or. And mrs. Devoe left for their wedding trip the latter wearing a Brown silk printed crepe ensemble with White accessories. Wheeler and miss Anna Wiley Sec j the Bride is a graduate of the Nan mrs. Edward Stewart treas cock High school Hancock va., and user mrs. Paul Wilhelm. I is a graduate nurse at the Union me Morial Hospital in bar More. She is a direct descendant on her Mother s Young Max succumbs to tonsil operation without regaining consciousness after an operation for the remove of his tonsils at the Church Home and infirmary Baltimore on tuesday morning James Austin Stewart son of or. And mrs. James Stewart of Street md., died at o clock that afternoon. He was 22 years old. Surviving besides his parents Are a brother Edward Cardiff and three Sisters mrs. Nacy Greer and mrs. George Elste both of Baltimore and mrs. Rush Orr Whiteford. The fun eral will be held Friday with services at the Parent s Home at 10 a. M. Rev. W. A. Price pastor of the Highland presbyterian Church will officiate. Interment will be made in the High land presbyterian cemetery. Funeral director Hubert Harkins Delta has charge of the funeral arrangements. Side of the late Rev. Joshua famed methodist minister of Deal s Island Maryland As the Prophet of the or. Devoe is employed at Dian Springs farm Harford county where they will make their future Home. Family celebrates daughter s birthday former Delta girl weds in Penn Yan from the chronicle express Penn Yan n. Y., published july 19, we clip the following item which tells of the marriage of miss Barbara Merrill Kimball who formerly resided with her parents in the Home now occupied by or. And mrs. G. B. Dick main Street Delta one of the late june marriages was that of Barbara Merrill Kim Ball daughter of or. And mrs. Chester l. Kimball of Clinton Street Penn Yan and Herbert f. Wiezel son of or. And mrs. Rudolph Wiezel of Liverpool. The Bride is a graduate of Penn Yan Academy class of 1930. And of Cornell University class of or. And mrs. Francis Jones entertained a number of friends saturday evening at their Home in Cardiff in Honor of their daughter Hollis who celebrated her seventeenth birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in games and music and at a late hour refreshments were served to the Fol lowing or. And mrs. Francis Jones. Or. And mrs. Chester love or. And mrs. Wilbert Lloyd misses Evelyn Deaver Hollis and Anita Jones messes. Wilbert Marvin and Carroll Jones and Robert Small of Cardiff or. And mrs. Joseph Lacona and miss Agnes la Pandre of Baltimore or. Id mrs. Luther Stern mrs. George Stern miss Helen Stern Kenneth Stern and Gerald Stokes of Mccall a ferry or. And mrs. Joel Cantler or. And mrs. Phineas Morris misses Pearl and Phyllis Morris Hazel Mabel Olive and Lillian Smith Janice Cantler messes. Ramsey Smith Wil Mer Cantler Price so Scarborough of Delta. The child clinic held recently by the health Center at the Delta High school under the supervision of or. H. S Allen assisted by county men Are required to carry it for it University and Cornell University. I nurses miss Jane Herchelroth and Large As a Sedan chair and of the marriage was solemnized at miss Noll was Well attended and 1 old Man Riding a White horse twelve 1934 the Groom attended Syracuse child clinic succeeds heavy elaborately carved Wood. The Presb Tenan manse at Sodus on a delightful miscellaneous shiver was Given to or. And mrs. Rus a. Orr at the Home of or. And ills we. Terrell of Dublin on Friday. July 20, with about sixty friends pres ent. Many Lovely and useful gifts were received. After the opening of the gifts Dainty refreshments were served. On wednesday afternoon july is the same couple received a Shower at the Home of mrs. Wilson Gal breath Street. Many Lovely and use Ful gifts were received. Delightful refreshments hostess. Were served by the enjoy breakfast and Bridge mrs. William Mcabee entertained the follow no friends at breakfast and Bridge on wednesday of last week mesdames Thomas Bradley c. C. Morton a. C. Clarke Gailey. A g. Heaps Edward Proctor Ralph Davis Charles Davis and miss mar Garet Silver. The shrines rest at the top of our june 23, 1934. The couple is making Bridge to change bearers giving us their Home at Syracuse where the an Opportunity to see the humor with is associated with the Railroad which this laughing race performs inspection i even an act of worship. There is _ _ Many a jest As fresh bearers take their peaces under the carrying poles. A bit of grass is Given the Clay horse i to Munch a new piece of cloth is i carelessly pinned around the Shoul 1 clerk of the Little mud idol. Some of i the carriers Are too warm so they remove their Coats piling them in fourteen children of pre school age were examined. The next meeting will be held August 21. In the mean time the nurses will make personal visits in the neighbourhood. Come come come to the fair by Muriel Ramsay would you like to see this summer or a painted rattle for the baby or festival As i have just seen it then i perhaps you would like some sugar come to buy come to eat come to Cane or one of those delicious tarts horse Candle holders and All Andi the fees which Are at present a fees paid to co. Officials in collection of taxes for state will be taken Over by state old laugh come to weep. For Here in a baked while you do those away they go with the sing song Rural fair we will see things not per j bolts of Homespun catch your Eye j shut of the Aiho of i see it s the punch and Judy , it Down the show you re enjoying. In fitted in the larger towns of new China where Laws Are More strictly enforced. And interwoven with what a Din it is positively ear to and comedy Are the ugly faces of splitting. The procession must have pen mar changes programs fear and superstition and of cruelty that Breaks one s heart. Liu a Noble gentleman of years Long past protested to the emperor about unjust taxes levied on the Farmer Folk. Liu was loved by the common people therefore while he lived and was worshipped As a god when he . It is in his Honor that arrived from the mountains. Quickly Here s a grand Tatge Point on the top of this Stone arched Bridge. I might even snap a picture or two if the crowd in t too superstitious. Where s Jolly Wang we must keep her Handy for there will be Many a question to ask As the sights go Iby. This is the most important feature of for the convenience of its patrons the pea mar theatre has discontinued the distribution of weekly programs and will resume its former custom of issuing programs showing the Pic Tures billed for the entire month by this Means those who Are interested May have on one Sheet a list of All the pictures to be shown for the month. By saving the program when these hundreds of boats crowd the the procession grand canal tvs afternoon. It is in his Honor that these thousands of Farmer Folk Are making merry among the Booths under the Willows on both sides of the verily it would be strange if one in a Hundred could Tell us even so much As i have told you about their idol. They do not know Why he is worshipped As a god they know his name calling int merely the. Old or the old a vague term for it is received patrons will have any minor Complete guide for ready reference what shall we buy Cotton of Here come the noise makers. No stretch of an american imagination could make music of that Racket. We clap our hands Over our ears As the gongs crashing cymbals Trump ets and other deafening things flip there Are perhaps a dozen peo ple in each each seemingly determined to make More Din than his neighbors and each group Well escorted by men carrying banners Tri cornered Flag s of Brilliant Satin embroidered in Gold of gongs three la diameter Steps of the Bridge. To be continued Rehoboth workers picnic and cruise nearly three score friends and members of the Rehoboth Christian Endeavor society enjoyed a picnic at peach Bottom and a cruise across the Conowingo dam in Hubert p. Har Kins boat on thursday evening of last week. Those in the party were the Rev. And mrs. John Hammond or. And. Mrs. J. C. Williams or. And mrs. Arthur heaps or. And mrs. Edward Steward or. And mrs. Ver non Knopp mrs. David Hughes misses Bronwen Hammond Myra Williams Kathryn Hughes Mary e. Morris Elizabeth Griffith Enid Lewis mar Garet Galbreath Belva Wilson Ruth Spidle Rulh Wayne Helen Jones messes. W. T Morris Milo Williams. Owen Griffith Mason Williams. Wil Liam Arthur heaps. Robert Wayne and Steward or. Officials May find that they will be deprived of considerable amount of the emoluments of what the present crying to various county officials in the collection of taxes of sundry form and forwarded to the i been enjoying in addition to their Treasury and which fees Are Skirving i stipulated salaries As department to give a number of department Offil Heads. This proposed change will not vials in the several counties of the j Only apply to the county treasurer state some Revenue Over and also the clerk of the courts re the salary allotted for their county j Corder of deeds prothonotary and posts will in due time be taken Over Register of wills each of whom by by the state in that All such collections will be made through the department of Revenue. The regular session of the 1935 legislature will without doubt carry Forward proposed change which for political reasons fell through during the last legislature. By a strange co Inci Dence Hoth the major official parties in their Campaign this year for state and legislative officers have adopted this proposed change As part of their platforms As a step towards administration efficiency. In. View of the fact that next year new county officials will be elected to head practically every department the York court same As this i and reason of the character of the Busi Ness which comes under their routine have been and Are collection agencies for the state on various tax forms for which they have been re warded with collection fees which As a state officer in the capacity in which they have been serving is their per Sonal compensation. The proponents of the change in state tax levies hold that a great amount of fees will be saved through placing All these state tax collections in the hands of the department of Revenue aside of avoiding much of the delays complications Etc. Which arise in counties where the officials not measuring up to the Standard in other counties throughout the of efficiency requisite in such mat will mean that the incoming ten. News paper
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