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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 1, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli Herald Imes the Only news papa of Ovri str York comity. Penn in Tanin Ami Northern Milnrt Oril county Maryland vol. La. No. 22 Dexta York county. A. Thursday june 1, 1933 locals Home economics class meets Delta Cardiff or. C. Cox and Vernon Rigdon spent sunday with friends at West Chester. Mrs. S. J. Barnett who is spending a weeks with her sister mrs. Brenneman Tork spent tuesday and wednesday in Delta. Mrs. George Holland entertained her Friend mrs. Dimling of Balti More for several Days. Kenneth Jones of Littlestown was guest of his parents or. And mrs Hugh d. Jones Over the week end. Children s Day will be observed at it. Nebo Church sunday morning june 11. The following attended the bar num and Bailey circus in Baltimore on tuesday misses Edith Fisher Dorothy Williams Margaret Gal breath Marian Fisher Kenneth Jones and Billy Fisher. Delta High graduates sixteen the Home economics group met at the Home of mrs. Howard Jenkins Delta r. D., on tuesday afternoon. Miss Helen h. Matheis Home economics instructor York was in charge. Collars and necklines were studied. The following officers were elected president mrs. Howard Jenkins vice president mrs. Walter Carico Secretary and treasurer mrs. Caleb Beard. The next meeting will he held at the Home of mrs. Samuel Stewart Delta r. D., june 7, at 2 o clock. A demonstration will be i Given on setting a sleeve into the Arm Hole. The practice work of the group is set in pockets and making the bound Button Hole. Don t forget your practice materials. The group welcomes neighbors. The following were present mrs. Walter Carico mrs. Samuel Stewart mrs. Albert Jenkins mrs. Randall Morris. Mrs. Nelson Cooper mrs. Caleb Beard mrs. Walton Cooper pen mar baseball league Whiteford Highland Taylor Jarrettsville w l 4 1 2 2 s 2 s Whiteford Defeated Taylor at Whiteford last saturday by the score of 3 to 2. J. Norris was the individual Star for Whiteford collecting three hits out of four trips to the plate and singling in the ninth with two out bringing in j. Heaps to win the Ball game. Members of the senior class of 1933f left to right Back Row. Sada Pyle Langdon Carico Carroll Williams Donald Snyder. Paul Wise Robert Aries Dale Johnson mrs. Thomas Norris mrs. Chester Herbert Jones and Edna Wise. Mrs. James Handley front Row. Mildred Snodgrass Faye Pickle Shilda Ruff. Rebecca Brooks Mildred Chandlee Mary Whitefox l and Ruth cover. Mrs i misses Helen Matheis and Carrie Mclaughlin. Martha Washington Council celebrates anniversary mrs. Nannie Wickes who has been Coopers Howard sick is much improved. Misses Elizabeth Wallace and Ber tha Veach of Baltimore called on mrs. Mary e. Wallace on memorial Day. Or. And mrs. Norris Wise and children Deloris and Jackie of red lion were guests of their parents or. And mrs. W. C. Wise and or. And mrs p. E. Baker Over the week end. Or. And mrs. John Judd entertained or. And mrs. Robert Williams Tork and miss Viola Weiler Washington or and mrs. Ramsay Coulson and daughters Marj one and Jean of Baltimore were callers at the Home of mrs. Mary r. Lacrone on tuesday. Miss Odessa weeks entertained her cousins or. And mrs. Stillman Ris by of new Tork for several Days. Mrs. Lester Williams and miss Hartzler mrs Martha Washington Council daughters of America celebrated their sixth anniversary on saturday afternoon by a picnic at the Home of or. And mrs. Oscar Torbert near Delta. Those in attendance were or. And mrs. Harry Sliver and child Ren Edward Mary and Jean or. And mrs. C. O. Holden or. And mrs. William Pyle jr., it. And mrs. Oscar Here and Liere annual Delta High commencement exercises or. And mrs. William Thompson and son William of Chesapeake City but formerly of Delta and Well known Here Are leaving for Nantucket Island to take charge of a Hunt club for the summer. Or. And mrs. Thompson visited their Many friends Here last week. Mrs. Arthur Sidwell called on mrs. E. K. James on saturday evening. Mrs. Fannie Thomas attended Friend s meeting at Darlington sat annual class night and com Bryansville Taylor b. Scarff c Spruce of Gore is h. Scarff 2b Ross 3b g. Davis in c Davis p Chenworth if g. Scarff of a h r 400 400 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 Whiteford thursday with her daughter mrs. Me Cement exercises of the senior Glenn Mclaughlin Delta. Class of Delta High school were held the firemen s Hall thursday and and org g a Mckinley were or. Of Day nights May 25 and 26. Before and mrs Warren Glasgow and child. A Large and appreciative audience the s Lloyd 3b mrs. Mary j Mclaughlin spent Ujj Mcnutt p m. Lloyd is Regan if a. Lloyd in j. Heaps of d. Hughes c j Norris 2b h. Jones sunday visitors at the Home of or. Ren Ruth Mildred Dorothy and Wil i Ham and mrs Dollie Glasgow White or. And mrs. Orville Allison and urday. She is iting friends there. Ca Broks and Midred nod Large following program was Gix in on class night Welcome and introduction by the class president Rebecca c. Wllliam Baltimore or and class history Mildred Chand Ralplh Fulton and children Solo Donald Snyder a i Gertrude and Donald. Or. And mrs Hilda Ruff live wires Lawrence Snyder and son Junior and Ca Ros an r n Torbert and children Jimmie Donald miss Helen Wise Bryansville _ or and mrs Richard d. Williams grass class poem Edna Wise Trio j _ _ _ _ and Ronald Jennie Wilson mrs. J of cumin Toni spell the Faye Pickel Sada Pyle and Rebecca or and Nelson Fulton was Nora Leamon mrs. Harvey Lloyd mrs. Fred Voltz mrs. O. S. Dale mrs. Anna Scarborough mrs. Harry mrs Edith moms and child Dorothy Williams were visitors of Esther Harry Marvi mrs and mrs Victor Bevans of Havre de Grace recently. Mrs. George Holland misses Alma Mary Phelps mrs. C. E. Smith mrs. Sara Lloyd mrs. Olive Walker and daughter Jean mrs Margaret my week end with her parents or. And mrs. Peter Smith Delta. Miss Cassie Jones mrs. Charles o. Brown mrs George Cantler mrs. Peter Smith and mrs. Mcclaren wat ton pa., spent tuesday with or. And Brooks picture sketch. Class key _ mrs. Hugh a Evans and attended the presentation Robert Ayres acceptance Elinor Morris 34 song class class will Faye Pickel faculty round i up piano Solo Hilda Ruff a dream memorial services at Bryansville Church. N. J. Wise is ill at his Home near my Cobber Clara Fedley Mabel Ailes and Louise and Charlotte Holland spent a Day recently in Baltimore. Mrs. I. H. Shiplett and son Billy of Washington d c Are guests of her Mother mrs. Mary Dooley this week. Sir. And mrs Paul e. Thompson Thomas Davis and Daugh ter Barbara Lee mrs. Warren Glas Gow and children Ruth Dorothy Mildred and William mrs. L. L. Mckoley misses Cassandra Jones Hulda Smith Louise Dow log june Beattie Helen Torbert Audrey Tor Kins were recent callers of mrs. Prophecy Paul Wise and Edna Wise Bryansville. Joseph Beard. Bag Sada Pyle and Herbert the annual memorial services of or. And mrs Owen Greider an Ljones musical sketch Faye Pickel Bryansville Church were held on the son James spent saturday evening Barton and chorus Church Lawn on tuesday morning. The class song school song and class yell meeting was Well attended. The Fol Ourse of study in Delta High lowing program was rendered Sig with or. And mrs. E. K James. Samuel Wise Tork spent sunday with his Mother mrs Varv j Wise was the theme of the com ins America prayer Rev. C. C. With his Mother mrs. Mary j. Wise me Cement exercises the three lion Kreisler address of Welcome Harry 34 4 2 a h r 411 4 1 2 0 2 0 0 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 35 9 s two base hits a. Lloyd s. Lloyd. Whiteford split a double header at Taylor on decoration Day. Whiteford lost the first game a Pitcher s Battle Between n. Mcnutt and c. Davis by the score of 2 to 0. The second game which Whiteford won 1 to 0 was also a Pitcher s Battle in which Regan out pitched h. Scarff until the last inning when he got a Little wild and walked two with Only one out. N Mcnutt then took the Mound and forced d. Clark and h. Scarff to pop up. Next saturday june 3, Whiteford will meet Highland at Whiteford and the Fol lowing saturday Whiteford will meet Taylor at Whiteford. Misses Hazel Kerr to attn Urr Ana Ai pull Solo Johnny comes t j 1 or graduates of this year delivered Lunen Jonnny i Omen Eleanor Wise students of Millersville i a. Romaine Kerr and c. P. Employee lir a slavs were in Irish and thou Yunc i crr have moved Tork where he is Bert Margaret Norris Kenneth beat tie and Wheeler Griffith. Fawn Grove Bank May reopen soon employed As clerk to the county commissioners Ray Spidle of Baltimore called on his Mother mrs. Elizabeth Spidle on memorial Day. Miss Myra Mack son Tork visited friends Here recently. I or. And and mrs. Charles Macnabb i and miss sue Dickinson were callers of miss Olla Barnett on tuesday evening. Mrs. R. Dodson and mrs. William a letter containing an agreement to the requirements for re of Peng the first National Bank of Fawn Grove Vas mailed to All depositors several have returned to their Homes for the summer vacation. Dress Rcv Lewis Markley singing and m Hilda Ruff of our e recitation to or Rose a Bower is i visiting science 3na Matt Jamal Mildred Flanders James Kerr or friends at Bryansville. Or. And mrs. Seth l Kinsey and or. And mrs r maxell and son Kinsey Tork were callers of Frank Thomas and Sisters. . Allen s Meek in Flor of trin receives Emblem Solo mrs Kreidler singing mrs. S. F. Ruff and daughters address Rev. C. Potomac Telephone company of bal mrs Emma n Evans Bel air employee of the Chesapeake and Ity reformed Church York c or Codler Margie Ann j City has just been use address of the c vein k had r god Biess our native for Twenty years service w _ _ treasurer s report Helen ice his subject ten commandments a. Vith the annual services the annual memorial service at slate Ridge cemetery will be held on Bulette of Philadelphia were Delta callers on tuesday weeks ago. In order that this Bank sunday afternoon. June 11, at 3 Frank Wickes and William a might the depositors were o clock. Rev e c. Develde pastor Galbreath spent tuesday with or. And mrs Frank Webb Bryansville. Or. And mrs. Russell Singleton entertained their son Wilson Singleton and Sheil Kavanaugh students at Goldey College Wilmington Del. Mrs. R. C. Thompson was a recent visitor at the Home of her son Rankin Thompson of Philadelphia. For tie High school Darlington Smith Bene Aicon. After the pro Gram a business meeting was held miss Deloris Wise red lion is vis she is one of 62 employees through out the state whose service records aggregate 650 years who received iting her grand Arf its or. And mrs. J emblems during the month according the to sign this letter granting the of Center Church Park be of to Bank trustees the privilege to use 40% of each depositor s Money. Or. Lane r. Whitaker conservator re ports that More than 75% of the depositors have signed this letter. He further reports that an of the shareholders have also deposited their shares with the trustees the speaker. Branch of the voters met at tile Home of mrs. A. H. Last thursday Chester Wise and Lammly or and mrs Elmer Keesey and or. And mrs. and son spent tuesday with or and mrs. N. J. Diu get. R or and tis Robert Fulton and to a state nent made by Frederick j. Irish general manager of the com Pany. For years service a Gold one Star i if awarded ten years two Star Emblem if _ to can Varsa three Star Emblem and son Smith and sirs. Smith Fulton West Bangor or and mrs. William Jones and daughter and John Pue Jones visited i hollies into Rands o is Charles forthe Margaret and Evan Roberts from of tvs Bave almost saturday until tuesday. A Solo Ren and Richard of Tork visited relatives in Delta and Vicinity. Allen Reynolds of Gainesville Fla was calling on friends Here recently. Mrs. George Holland entertained miss Hannah Dorritee of Towson for several Days. Mrs. C i. Steward mrs Lester b. Jones and miss Sara Bay visited or. And mrs. Roswell Steward Tork on tuesday. Mrs Steward and miss Bay will remain several Days. Mrs. J. A. Davies and brother Richard Hughes have returned from a visit to relatives in Wilmington. Miss Elizabeth Steward spent tues Day in Baltimore visiting her Niece will be opened for business. Have been almost saturday until tuesday. A Solo Ren i completed and Only a Short time will Derod by mrs. Jones at the Rehoboth elapse it is thought before the Bank Church sunday evening was much appreciated. William Barbour of Chanceford was a visitor at the Home of his brother Edward Barbour on decoration Day. I or. And mrs Clarence Smith Are i spending a few Days with his parents eighth Grade pupils receive diplomas certificates of promotion Glenwood. Awarded the eighth Grade pupils of Delta High school and the peach Bottom township schools at the commencement exercises held in the firemen s Hall on Friday evening. May 26. The following eighth graders Rev and mrs e. Llew Williams of new City visited or and mrs. G. T. Griffith one Day last week. Or. And mrs Griffith were members of or. Williams Church when they resided in new Tork City. Jean Steward who is a patient in the j tick rated m the exercises Donald Samuel Torbert has returned Home Maryland general Hospital. Jdick Lero Kohlbus Benjamin Tobin after spending a few weeks m miss Enid Lewis spent a week end Elaine Williams Francis Schwartz. Philadelphia. Martha Bacr Mildred Baker Pauline mrs. Mary Ann Evans mrs. J. Clark Julia Cowley Mary e. Dunlap i a Davies and Richard j Hughes in Tork recently the guests of mrs. Viola Stubbs and daughter Elizabeth. The following attended the Bacca Marie Harvey Helen Roberts Alice j called on mrs Elizabeth Davies and laureate Sermon at state teacher s ski Man and Helen Wirt from Delta i miss Margaret Roberts on sunday College at West Chester on sunday Dorothy aborts Faye Beard Mary or and mrs j a. G. Allen and tuesday eve eng with or Twenty years a four Star Emblem iks Ruth have arrived Home mrs Charles Pulton and daughter a containing a Ruby is awarded for Twenty live years ser vice and Tor thirty five years service containing a diary and Ruth after spending the Winter in Flonda. George Hess is visiting his Bromer or. And mrs William Silver 1-Avo , and Ard a i closed their Winter Home in Aberdeen Kreidler and returned to Darlington for the mrs Cooper Mobley who has been confined to her bed for some time is or and mrs John Scuron and spent tuesday afternoon with Farewell party Given member of Guild mrs. Laura Mccann has returned i somewhat improved. To Dublin having been at the Home of her daughter mrs. Harry Hood of Pylesville during an extended illness William Craig regular Reeung of Ruby Circle the Stephenson Lodge a. F. And j a. M., attended the Harmony Church in. A body sunday May 28. Or and mrs. J. S. Endslow Are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter at the Hospital for the women of Maryland last monda3. Dublin track team and a Bel air track team coached by j. So Endslow legislature revises dog Laws j of Slateville Church was held at the manse on monday evening. It was also a Farewell party for mrs Paul Thompson one of the Patr Nesses who j moved to Tork on tuesday. Those under a Bill passed by the recent j present were mrs c w. Jones mrs. Legislature and which is now a Yehsha Davis mrs Paul Thompson effective june 1, 1933, All appraisals kisses Charlotte Holland Eugenia tute invitation track meet both teams carried off second honors in their to of damages caused to livestock and poultry by dogs must to made by an of the Pennsylvania depart ment of agriculture these appraisals have heretofore been made by spec Tive classes. Carroll Morns of j the Loca Ald tors and just acc of Dublin jumping 19.7 and Jack a i Cher of Bel air running the Quarter any person sustaining any losses Stubbs Louise Findley Charlotte Rigdon Emily Proctor Belva Wilson Mildred Snodgrass Mildred Chancalee Hilda Ruff Ruth Wise Ruth spill a Virginia Snodgrass Carolyn White Ford Mary Gladys Jones Louise Jones messes Idris Dunlap Paul , n m Scarborough or Charles mile in 52.4 sec., were records broken attack my their Johnston Davis Clair spill by local contestants. Of poultry should immediately 1 . L Robert in touch with Harry f. Frey 310 k May 28 or. And mrs. William Fisher Burkins Mildred Cooper Emma misses Edith Fisher Mabel Ailes and Craig Helen Doyle James Fulton Margaret Galbreath Kenneth Everett Gemmill Ruth Henry and Billy Fisher. Miss Marian Fisher Marian Johnson Clifford Jordan was a member of the class. Elizabeth Kilburn Ernest Kilburn or. And mrs. Roy Thompson and Esther Krick Charles Mackison Cora sust Tetianna fishing season opens the Rock fish Are beginning to bite Delta girl to graduate at Charleston the following left on wednesday morning for West Virginia where now and some very Fine catches were i they will visit relatives and friends made on tuesday or. W. .1. Wilson and also attend the commencement Penn Street Tork a. Phone any appraisals made alter May 31, 1933, by local auditors or justices will not be Legal nor paid by the state c Community i a b Kim Nkrman Ifon oreo As to n. E. A. Has been greatly honoured in the Eleccion of professor Arthur principal of the Dohn. I Fth school As to her Mother mrs. Ritchie spent the Mcallister Mildred Montgomery Del the blood worm Man reports the at Charleston High school or. And tho Cardlli club will to National association week end with or and mrs. Marvin mar Murray Bernice Parth Roc fish caught wore a 30 in mrs. C. A. Snodgrass or. And mrs. At the of or mrk k. Which will hold its a Ritchie of Bel air. Ruff Ruth Ruff. Glenn Smith Charles Rock and a 5 in. Salmon. Water is William Snodgrass miss Kat Loon Harry Robmson on Friday owning Nual convention at Chicago in the. Or. And mrs. Purdy Maffett of sting Raymond Sullivan Edwin Clear and plenty of fish. Tho season Nourr messes Robert Rowson and Harrisburg spent tuesday with rela Thompson Donald Thompson Preston opens above tide water on june 1 Paul Noerr. Miss Adda no Orr a of professor and mrs. Zim Nermal motor to Chicago Tives in Delta. Continued on Page Throe Thompson Edward Wiley and Edwin Wise from peach Bottom township. Come to b i member of the graduating class at Sale. Charleston High school. Re Var Lio aug of it will will take m the f fair the Century of pro Ross. News Laferr newspaper

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