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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaThe newspaper adequately Southern York county and Barton county Maryland Lvi. No. 24 Delta York county pa., thursday june Taylor leads in pen mar league standing of teams w l pet. 5 1 .833 Jarrettsville 4 2 .666 Highland 2 3 .400 Fawn Grove.0 5 .000 Taylor holds Lead by trouncing the Fawn Grove team in a warm game last saturday with a score of 26 to 4, the Taylor team managed to hold its Lead in the pen mar league. The husky highlanders met defeat at the hands of the Jarrettsville boys in a 14 to 10 score and by that Means were forced to remain in third place. There is no telling what May take place when they All go to the mat on saturday. Where they play 3che schedule for saturday is As Fol lows Taylor is. Highland at White Ford Fawn Grove is. Jarrettsville at Jarrettsville. Lady gives party at Whiteford Home mrs. Earl Jones entertained anum j her of guests at a party at her Home in Whiteford Friday evening june 8, in Honor of or. And mrs. Wilbur Jones and Floyd Heister of Chicago. After spending the eve Tung in a delightful manner with music and games refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs. Orville Allison or. And mrs. William Amos or. And mrs. Bernard Atkins misses Leila Allison and Clara Jones of Baltimore or. And mrs. Wilbur Jones or. And mrs. Owen Treidler or. And mrs. Mcfadden or. And mrs. Marshall Hughes or. And mrs. Raymond Hamilton mrs. Hugh Jones and mrs. Earl Jones misses Ellen and Grace Bartol Emma Everett Inez Stewart Darcy Mckee Louise Mcfadden and june Beattle messes. Floyd Heister Rush Andker Mit Orr Donald Hughes Edward Jones Wilbur Norris Allen Loyd Edward Sliver Hugh and Donald Jones William Mcfadden Paul tar Bert Clifford Greider Edward Stew Art James Greider Kenneth and Simon Seattle and John Lowe. Lion s club baseball team trims Conowingo Power we have met the enemy and v they Are our a the Mason Dixon lion s club Ball team played two games recently with Conowingo Power Plant boys winning both games. These teams play again on july 4th. More facts concerning Date Welliam b. Selfe meager information led us along with some other papers to publish a Story last week concerning the death of Wile am a Selfe Darling ton which was lacking in some very important details. In the first place no reference was made to his second marriage to mrs Sallie Meconkey Ritchie february 4, 1913, with whom he lived happily to the time of his death and who survives Biro. Nor was there any reference to the fact that while he was a devout Episcopalian he also attended slate Ridge presbyterian Church regularly where his old chum the a Ftp. A. L. Hyde was pastor. The reference to the funeral serv ice made no mention to the fact that besides the Rev. Harold Voght a for Mer Rector of Grace episcopal Church the following ministers assisted in the services the Rev s a. L. Hyde Edwin shelling and r. E. Manley. The Rev s James Gailey and j. L. Grazier were also present. The pallbearers were messes. Wal ter Ana James Selfe Harvey Sidwell other local happenings of interest ordination and installation services held on tuesday former Delta resident expires at York Home according to pervious announce the prayer was made by the Rev. B. Kermit Orr Wallace. The Floral George Evans and j. Offerings were profuse and Beautiful and testified to the esteem in which he was held. Origin of Cigar bands in Early times the cubans smoked cigars made of tobacco that was still moist. To keep tile moist tobacco from staining the White gloves which the cubans wore a thin band of paper was wrapped around each Cigar. This was the forerunner of the Cigar band As we now know it and eventually it was evolved into carrying the in Frank Wentz main Street. Or. And mrs. Howard Stubbs have returned from a recent visit with relatives in Philadelphia. Mrs. G. Gabriel miss Minerv and Little miss Mary Virginia Gabrie of red lion and the misses Carri and Rae Grimm and Lila Jean Davenport of Hagerstown md., visit the Rev. And mrs. R. A. Babcock Bryansville on tuesday. Mrs. William Sparks mrs. Georg Holland and daughter Char Lotic spent sunday in Lancaster. Mary Duphorne and mis Sadie Pyle visited or. And mrs. Les ter Williams in Havre de Grace o sunday. Or. And mrs. S. W. Taylor and son Bernard of lower Chanceford recently visited mrs. Harry m. Brooks and mrs. T. Galbreath. Mrs. L. R. Whitaker spent som time this week with her brother an sister in Law or. And mrs. Edwar Proctor Baltimore. Mrs. Amelia Bay spent wednesday in York. Or. And mrs. L. E. Lebrun am daughters Betty Jane and Marlyn or. And mrs. Lewis Lebrun and Wai ter o Connor of Baltimore spen sunday with or. And mrs. O. Hoi Den. Mrs. Mary Wallace Toas returned t her Home in Delta after enjoying a visit with mrs. Mame Bulette o York. Mrs. Annie Jones returned to her Home on sunday after spending two weeks with relatives in Wilmington Del. Kenneth Crawford of Philadelphia spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. James c. Crawford. Miss Elinor Morris attended the commencement exercises at Cedar Crest College where her sister mrs Mary e. Morris was a graduate. Miss Enid Lewis has been visiting relatives in Wilmington Del. Miss prances w. Hall of Bel air spent monday night with miss Ida Duphorne. Benjamin b. Wentz of Harrisburg spent the week end with his brother and sister in Law or. And mrs ment the installation of the Rev. James l. Grazier jr., As pastor of slate Ridge presbyterian Church took i place on tuesday night with a Large Jones. In the installation Clarge to the Rev. W. M. Weaver service the made by the the Rev. A. Hyde gave the charge to Signia Mark. Of the maker or the Brand Bel air american legion quests of red lion Post a group of about 30 members of Bel air Post american several hours in red lion tuesday evening As the guests of red lion Post no. 543, american legion. The citing legionnaires arrived in a Large bus shortly after 9 o clock. Sherwood f. Ritz commander of the red lion Post had pushed through the business session of the Post so that the business portion of the meet ing waa concluded just prior to the arrival of the visitors. Chicken and Waffle supper Bry Turville evangelical Church wednesday 20. Serving to be Gin p. M. 25c and 35c. Lane r. Whitaker main Street taken to the Maryland general Hospital on thursday of last week where he underwent an operation for appendicitis the next morning. Re ports indicate that toe is doing Well and expects to be Able to return to his Home within a Short time. Mrs. Lewis Van Benschoten of Newark n. J., is the guest of or. And mrs. S. H. Glidden and family. Rev. H. Ramsay with Rev. W. A. Price and w. H. Day at tended Baltimore presbytery on tuesday of this week. Miss Rebecca Brooks a student in the school of journalism at the state College is spending the summer vacation at the Home of her parents attorney and mrs Harry m. Brooks. William Sparks jr., son of or. And mrs. W. A. Sparks left on saturday for Chicago where he win visit his aunt and attend the Century of pro attendance of members and friends. L congregation the Rev. T. Hewlitt Moderator Milton h. Ranck was in made the prayer miss Dorothy pm charge assisted by the vice Moder Ator the Rev. Wesley p. Hemphill pm. After first ordaining or. Gra Zier to the work of the ministry he was installed As pastor in a Beautiful service. At the ordination service the Rev. W. A. Price read the scripture Les Onheiser rendered a musical selection and the Rev. James l. Grazier pronounced the Benediction. The Rev. Or. Grazier succeeded the Rev. A. L. Hyde As pastor of this old and prosperous Church and has al ready made a very favourable impression. There is every reason to be son and the Rev. A. Long preached j Lieve that he will prove a worthy Suc the Sermon. A musical selection was Cessor to or. Hyde who served so rendered by miss Marietta Wheeler Long and faithfully at this Church. The governor save Wagner Peyser act which pro j video for future Federal Aid to the what is going on in and Why by go Fokd Ponchot it has been estimated that there Are physically disabled men women and children in Pennsylvania video for future Federal Aid to the states in their employment activities for disabled persons. Pennsylvania was first among All the states to enlarge its Woik in this Field. The department of labor and Industry through its bureaus of re habilitation and of employment has within the past five months placed in jobs Over physically disabled men and women of varying Ages and mrs. Emma v. Thompson aged 58 years wife of Oliver Thompson died at her Home 600 Jessop place York sunday evening at 5 o clock from a complication of diseases. The Thomp sons formerly resided in Delta where or. Thompson conducted a restaurant in the building now occupied by w. E. Williams near the car Del hotel. They moved to York about one year ago. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters mrs. Luella Mundis of Street and Naomi Thompson at Home and one son Woodley also at Home. The funeral was held at the Delta m. P. Church on wednesday after noon at 2 o clock the Rev. A. L. Hyde officiating. Interment was in the slate Ridge cemetery. H. P. Har Kins was the funeral director. Canners must have definite standards Church surprises pastor and wife on wedding Date officials and wives of Bethlehem presbyterian Church Philadelphia on Friday june a gave the Rev. And mrs. W. L. Mccormick a Surprise by inviting them to the York Road coun try club where sixty guests joined them in celebrating their Twenty fifth wedding anniversary. The pres ence of or. And mrs. Howard Stubbs parents of mrs. Mccormick Lent an added element of Surprise As Well As gladness to the occasion. After being invited to pose for their pictures the party reentered the building where they proceeded to the dining room which was profusely decorated with roses. Cut Flowers adorned the tables Silver vases of Flowers were placed before both or. And mrs. Mccormick and each were ensconced in a Silver chair. The dec orations vases and Silver chairs were Given by or. Kantz decorator at the Wanamaker stores. After All had done Justice to the four course dinner Herbert Davies treasurer of the Church acting As toastmaster introduced or. Regar who represented the elders of the Church. He recounted Many of the experiences of or. Mccormick beginning at Delta where he had his first pastorate at Slateville and coming Down to the present time. The next speaker was or. Halcomb of the Board of trustees. His talks was also largely reminiscent. Or. Yerkes then spoke for the membership and presented mrs. Mccormick with a dozen solid Silver salad Forks. Or. Kanta followed and in a neat speech presented mrs. Mccormick with a bouquet of Twenty five yellow rosebuds Tiec with a Silver ribbon and also gave a Simi Lar bouquet to her Mother mrs. Stubbs. Or. Mccormick made a fit Ting response to the speeches of the others and mrs. Mccormick thanked them for the gifts she had received. Mrs. Stubbs also expressed her a the director emergency Conser Precia Tion of their in vation work Washington d. C., has having her and her husband present under the provisions of the code for the Canning Industry All canners must establish definite standards of food Quality before August 30th, and by that Date Start printing these standards upon the labels placed on All canned foods. These ratings will be indicated Iby a by markings so that tile purchaser of any canned food of any form after that Date May know definitely the Standard of the contents of the unopened can. The housewife May thus know definitely that any a branded food can contain first Grade food. The food and drug administration under the provisions of the Canning Industry code will supervise and control the grading and Labelling of All canned foods of any character what Oever. It will be unlawful after aug. 30, for any canned food to be sold with out proper identification As to the Quality and Standard of the contents of the can duly indicated on the Label. More vacancies Fob vets authorized additional enrolments the veterans contingent m and for being remembered wit ii flow civilian ors. Or. Marco Smirk is Well known in i wish to Appeal to employers of mus trial backgrounds no other i conserva Tion corps Durins the per Pennsylvania to do everything they state in the Union has even approach Lod july to 31, 1934, to fill sex Doma where he served As pastor of can for these people. From the Job getting Angle life is just one Depres Sion after another to them. The barriers they must scale in order to secure employment Are higher than they should be because with so Many Able a trained and is today eco this accomplishment. In so far As the Law and the Public finances permit the department not Only has secured jobs wherever pos for the disabled but it has bodied in the Market for jobs the ten Dency is to push the physically Handi capped Back and Down and out. This is in spite of the fact that Many of the physically handicapped Are skilled in crafts they followed be fore their accidents or which they mastered after their accidents. Very often the misfortune which Cost a Man a foot or a hand has been the spark that has fired him to do a Job As Well or better than it is done by the More fortunate. Before a Man or woman is rejected because of physical disability it ought to be remembered that some of the tabled men and women an Many Industrial and commercial trades and vocations so As to fit them to get jobs and to hold them. Both of these bureaus practice in matters of employment the same Industrial relations principles that they ask the employing interests of the Commonwealth themselves to sub scribe to. They employ in substantially All of their District offices physically handicapped persons to do work which they can do As Well As the physically Normal. One of the tragedies of the pres ent situation affecting the disabled very greatest of our citizens have had worker is that in far too Many cases to overcome physical handicaps. I his former employer is no longer in i need Only speak of president business. With conditions improving Franklin Roosevelt. And How Many in his particular Tine he has no old people knew that Theodore Roosevelt firm to Cau him Back he is was handicapped m Early life by a orphaned worker. Those plants that delicate body and later in life by the Nave survived the debacle can make i a worthy contribution to the cause by employing some of these capable workers who have no place to go. We Are All rightly interested in the physically fit workers who have been unemployed the past few years. Why not an equal or a greater interest in the physically handicapped the great majority of whom As things Are now Are always jobless Oss of one Eye. Think also of Charles p. Steinmetz and Thomas Edison electrical wizards. One was a Hunch Back and the other deaf. I would like to ask the employers of Pennsylvania if they Are doing their full share in earmarking new positions As they arise which men and women with physical handicaps can Well fill. In present employment programs Are employers giving preference to he former employee injured in their service in those instances where he s now Able to do a Good Day s work Ither at his old Trade or in a now capacity it is better for the worker for the employer for our whole social Struc ure and in the Long run better for employers pocketbooks to Reh Abili ate so far As humanly possible the injured and the handicapped and to assist them to a Normal livelihood Ather than to permit one misfortune o penalize them permanently. The Pennsylvania state govern ment is doing Ita very Best to help the physically disabled. The first Congress to Convene in he Roosevelt administration paned listing vacancies in the work Camps. Any Veteran of the world War Spanish american War philippine insurrection and Boxer rebellion who is physically Able to do Ordinary Man Ual labor in a work Camp is Eligi ble for enrolment. Any War Veteran interested should write at once for an application. No one is being draft the Slateville presbyterian Church and mrs. Mcconnico is a daughter of or. And mrs. To. Howard Stubbs. Aid societies meet together on Friday on Friday night the ladies Aid ted for the emergency conservation j society of the Goodwill Harford work and to have one of these jobs county md., Church of which mra. Is a privilege. Application is Volun tary. No one should apply unless he is ready to fit into Camp life with a Lucy Hess is president met jointly with the Bryansville society mis. Cora Myers president at the Evan group of two Hundred men and give helical parsonage at Bryansville. Mrs. Slateville Howors dead a Large crowd was present at the annual memorial service held at slate Ville Church last sunday afternoon presided Over by the Rev. Or. John Hammond. The revs. B. W. Jones and James l. Grazier also participated in the exercises. The principal address was made by the Rev. W. K. Fleck who spoke very effectively on Jacob s Well As a mrs. Isabel Mclaughlin miss Ethel Hughes and miss Charlotte Rigdon rendered a Beautiful Trio miss Emily Proctor gave a recitation and Rehoboth choir furnished music in the cemetery. The Flower girls were misses min Nie Bay Eleanor Cox Bettie Graf with and Belva his Best efforts to the Job. The applicant will receive food clothing and shelter in Camp for a period of six months. In addition he will receive a minimum Cash al Lowance of per month three quarters of which should be allotted to dependents. Any interested War Veteran should Forward his name and address to manager veterans administration 33rd and Arch streets Philadelphia a. For an application and any additional information regarding enrol ment in the veterans contingent civilian conservation corps. Fair dates set York county will have a Busy fair season this fall with four big events scheduled Between August 15 and october 6. Fawn Grove will open the season for the county with its big fair from August 15 to 18. The gala week fair at red lion will follow from August 20 to 25. September 12 to 15 is the time for Stewartstown and the York county fair at York will open on october 2 and close on october 6. This Means plenty of going and plenty of doing for everybody. Prisoner at the bar Hess presided assisted by mrs. Oival Stein of the Bryanville organization. After a period of devotions and business an interesting program of readings speaking and Fellowship was enjoyed. Refreshments were served at the close. Those present were mrs. Lucy Hess or. And mrs. George Hess or. And mrs. Benjamin Hess Spurgeon and Harold Hess or. And mrs. John Hess or. And mrs. Howard Norris Betty l. Singleton Albert Singleton mrs. Evans Robinson Elsie Frances and Gertrude Robinson Earle pres ton Erma m. Founds l. May Hess Cora Hess Evelyn Hess mrs. Ber tha Mclaughlin mrs. Abel Morris miss Roma me Morris or. And mrs. Howard Patterson or. And mrs. O. M. Stein or. And mrs. Henry mob Ley mrs. Frank Grove mrs. William. Smith mrs. Fred k. Smith miss Helen Smith or. And mrs. John mul Lins or. And mrs. Carl v. Snyder mrs. A. Wise mrs. N. Wise misses Louise Viola Helen Sarah and Eva Nora Wise mrs. Harry Kil Burn misses Elma and Mary Kil Burn miss Bertha and miss Laura Wise mrs. A Cal Swagert William Mclaughlin Smith Snyder Ruth Emma Snyder Thelma Mullins Anna Hess Dorothy Hess and Rev. And mrs. R. A. Babcock. Next tuesday night at a com Pany of Delta Talent will hold a court trial at Church. It is adjudged the most thrilling Pica Ever made in court. It is going to be Well Worth hearing and All our citizens ought to hear it for it contains a Les son that parents and their children should take to their hearts. Twenty one local characters will take part and no admission fee. Delta Man gets degree of the eight Hundred sixteen Stu dents to receive degrees at the 74th annual june commencement of the Pennsylvania state College held on monday afternoon James r. Kigore Delta r. D., was awarded a degree la Dairy husbandry. In few spa Peri

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