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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaVol. La. Iso. 24 stabbing follows fierce fist fight county mid pa., thursday june established 1o78 suffering serious injury from a p. Church holds c. E. 3ieeting of missionary life in China the members of the Christianen i Deavor of the Delta methodist protes i knife wound received in a fight at a intact Church enjoyed a hike to the i country Home near Rock run on the Home of or. And mrs. Henry Ellis March 30th Susquehanna River on sunday Nelson j r c a Delta and held their social and Knight of level brother in Law of business meeting on the Lawn. Miss sheriff Reese Bowman of Harford Aima Macomber president was in county was taken to the Havre de j of the meeting and conducted Grace Hospital for treatment. Devotional exercises. Prayer by slate Kluge missionary society or. Knight it is said had spent the Day along the canal and River Stop Ping in the evening at a place owned by Curley Hall. Here he got into an argument and a fight followed i jul Tyel by Iliff Howard Harvey. It was decided hold their annual picnic on june 22. A recitation and Solo were Given by mrs. Henry Ellis. Music was Given by j the boys Quartetti. Depicted in personal letters by Muriel Ramsay. Dial forged about among the vendors i Ford on thursday afternoon mrs c r a Rehe l took Fly in the p a form for eats. And the rest a. Wallace of Fawn Giove was As language exam this morning us rushed ahead to the next train Distant hostess. Mrs o h heaps was now hat s off my mind i have Only to Reserve seats for the crowd. It1 Leader. A Solo was by my Bible requirements in mandarin worked splendidly. Floyd Wyma in the ladies missionary society of slate Ridge Church met at the Home j. Walter Stewart of White in mandarin worked splendidly. Sermons to make in to my third year work Floyd Wyman entitled of master f in i at night Many a ludicrous scene i let us walk with scripture Ork i As beheld. I smile every time i re Reading and prayer by mrs o h them we stretched out As i heaps. The subjects Porta Rica wife allegedly shoots husband t t thou at As Well As we could on the narrow wooden uj5u1. M Allea if6" the cold weeks of the last seats taut there was always too much which Hall s wife came to the assist dance were or mrs. Henry Al i to months for something Worth of us for the seats. How we wished Lis mrs. Albert Pierce and son secs z could t it out to the were not against the Law to climb Charles mrs. Alta Hughes mrs i so x studied. With the a on the spacious Luggage Racks Harry Barben mrs. Sallie Mcfadden i of and the actor my above our Heads to sleep the men a it to. _ Taro fills Toifl nil test 1-f q Trao tort o to _ t Ance of her husband. Knight was slashed twice under the left Arm. By the time the sheriff had been notified Hall had fled. Locals mrs. Alpha Payne and son Edward i teachers half a work were so tall they stretched All the mrs. Warren Williams mrs Charles i o. Brown mrs. George Cantler mrs weeks with another across the aisle. Passersby were review n helps a title bit obliged to hurdle Over them As they is Harry Colvin misses Alma of in China even if Vou do picked their through the car 1 c 8 everything of Ever learn fellow Delta Cardiff 8 everything a child i ,1. 4.1-1 i a Luiso Over their baggage their benches present were mrs. John Wheeler mrs n 41____ c to f a. . S. Macomber mrs. D. A. Bay mrs. Cassandra Jones Laura Boswell Clara Duncan Blanche Barben Marian Ellis Hilda Barben and Evelyn Miller the next thing on the program is an and loins on the floor of the car with children. I wish you might have that mighty chorus of snoring Ost excellent music John e. Bulette and their aunt mrs. Ellis Albert Pierce Edward Brown. From it is to be a the further North we went the w. G. Reed of Wyncote pa., Are Curtis Orr Warren Brown and Ralph Rural and literary problems held lower the prices for varnished Chicken Phillip Ines and West India were Dis cussed by mrs. Richard Rees mrs. John Wheeler mrs. D. A. Bay and miss Rose a. Bower a poem some thing to was Given by mrs. Charles Fulton. A stewardship pro Gram was conducted by mrs. S. J. Lonnie e. Mick Well known Farmer business Man and sportsman was found in a clump of Bushes about 250 Yards from his Darlington Home on saturday where he had bled to death from two Bullet wounds in the legs presumably inflicted by his 33-year old wife Janice Mick following an altercation the night before. The dead Man was around 50 years of age. Mrs Mick was taken in custody by sheriff Reese Bowman and lodged in the jail at Bel air after the Coroner s you Ever Learnd to our fellow passengers were draped refreshments were with Adams. Mrs. M. S. Macomber was in Iury returned a verdict holding her charge of the business meeting. The responsible for her husband s death. The shooting according to mrs. Mick took place outside the garage at their Home when she returned at o clock Friday evening after meeting closed with the Benediction. Served. Those Charles Fulton mrs. Richard Rees visit with her Mother at Lancaster. Mrs. Etta Chandlee mrs. N. A. Heaps i she had no sooner reached the place mrs. Floyd Wyman mrs. W. B. Davis she stated when her husband who mrs. Charles Myers mrs. R. Charles apparently had been waiting for her Cantler. Spending several weeks in Maine. Or. And mrs. Howard Hamilton or. J and mrs. Raymond Hamilton and sons Garth and Richard spent a Day Iii Baltimore recently. Or. And mrs. A. R. Ramsay and son Robert of Reading were week end visitors of her Mother mrs. W. D. Jones and his father t. Cooper i Highland or Ramsay. Mrs. A Duvard Proctor and son Sam Uel misses Elizabeth Wilson and Kathryn Henize of Baltimore were recent visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. Edward Wilson. At the famous Mas i.j.i.0. Vij. Wii face ivies experimental station of the Becani-6 finally we were Able to buy j s j. Adams. Mrs. Walter Stewart Ilass education Leader Jimmy five Little roasted chickens for fifteen misses Rose a. Bower Alice Thompson mrs. C. A. Wallace mrs return ran up to the a league Taylor Whiteford Louise Swett is cutting cents each in our Money. Even with weeks of language school and is going Lyle depression prices in America i with me. We leave Soochow next if you could buy a whole fowl monday. It will be a trip of several for less than a Nickel could you i Days and nights on third class sold these and other Delica i coaches which Means sitting it Alles suon As roasted Sweet potatoes night and conference Headquarters sugar Cane. Sesame seed cakes and will be a Rural place so that Means at a11 the Railroad stations. Continued its hitting plenty of work these next two Days in j soon our car bad a varnished Chicken at Whiteford packing bedding Wash basins and f from the baggage rack Over w 6 a 2 5 her for being away All after Bower Alice Wheeler noon As he had been drinking she Grace Bartol and Beryl Wyman. The said she warned him to keep away next meeting will be held at her despite her warnings he Home of misses Ruth and Alice up to the automobile and struck at her. Then she told the Sher Iff she reached for her pistol in the pocket of the car door and began shooting in his direction to scare Thomas. Circle of slate Ridge meets misses Eleanor and Grace Wise were hostesses to the Westminster Ald he lifted the hard hitting and i must t forget to make him he fled apparently untouched while train l to some i or. And mrs. A. H. Zimmerman a dior aggregation to three scattered Ivory soap caramels and a dozen cot Cauuet spent several Days with relatives in if. Stanley Lloyd was the Star of ton doughnuts for an april fool Narv Tino Hsien the scenery began to look t i lne. F j t. _ Lancaster. J u1k betting a Home run a Dou saturday night. Mrs. Mary Wiss entertained her Jue and a sing in in f our trips to the plate and having six assists without a a. Lloyd made one of the Ever seen on a Vilss Gay swinging there with the Darcy Mckee was in charge of the hire firm Tiivi i _ meeting and conducted the devotional exercises. Misses Darcy Mckee and Eleanor stauffer delegates to the nation of tile last before we reached son Samuel Wise of York recently. Mrs. Annie Davis of York was visiting friends Here. Or. And mrs. Paul Gnau of mrs. Grace Fulton and Vork were visitors at the Home of or. And caught a hard line handed. Mcnutt Regan j j. Heaps also did some Long hit Ting. The game was one of the f ast at 2 tin Hsien Hope of How soft a Korth China d can be sometimes i slept o clock this afternoon How simply dead . Like Home to me. First we came to Westminster league ave r the Cave dwellers in the Clarless a business meeting was held country. Then we crossed the yellow present were misses Martha Inver on the same old Bridge still in Korma j repaired which was condemned before i has Long since run Mckin Lov p Fulton Darcy Mckee Eleanor Kilgore Beulah i Grace we were Tor sleep a new Bridge would Cost several Mil Eleanor Wise mrs h of delegates arrived Lions of dollars. Every time a train or. And mrs Mary Wile examination is to the House during the night she did not regard this As unusual thinking he had gone to one of the buildings on the farm where he had fallen asleep. In the morning she sent a farm hand to look for him. With the result that the dead body was Dis covered. At this Little mud walled goes Over it a Robert Wickes Bryansville was a 6st and shortest Ever played lasting City of tin Hsion just rolled of the Bridge but caller at the Home of his Mother mrs. One hour and 25 minutes. This our blankets and Tumot cd into them. Nannie Wickes main Street on Sun Saul Day june 17 Whiteford will i not even stopping to wish our faces. Day evening meet at Jarrettsville in a or. And mrs. Stephen Baker Philadelphia spent the week end with Taylor a h or. And mrs. Norman Aberts East b of main Street. Oore. Is 3 n. Davis in 4 Whiteford in 2 0 t. I 0 0 s. Lloyd As i look Back Over those merry a ways of travel i find myself smiling s Mien eighteen of us some of these Accident. Us in Irton mutes to Cross. More freely i times there is sure to be took Ilov he Chat Ceford o o or. And mrs. Guy Cunningham and of i g g Oscar Cunningham Baltimore and to Clark c mrs. Joseph t. Harry Delta called 0 0 1 hic la a la Oval 31. Lloyd Ionuti to. Soms d. Hughes j. Heaps out loud. In All when or a m o boarded the train for banking Mori j Fiat . On Mccoma. A ill the business me sheriff Bowman was notified int c proceeded to Darlin ton at once arrest followed. A Coroner s jury called by Justice of the peace Edward c Wilson met at once. A medical j examination showed that Mack Harl been struck by two in the co slightly above the a nolo and the other in the right leg a few Ishol Dontus Bullot an in Ory his death. 0 o l 1 o Day morning. A jollies Bunch of Dele 5 and except the torn following Liler arc of Imp was held and 0 the micks both of had Bron univ married in Washer t Luc Tern Yajiu wins Kiln rare inc l a where those 01 Rick. No Plano Solo. From Canton and Soochow had Al i on mrs. Abel Morris on saturday. C pm. And mrs. Norman Aberts. I 30 3 daughter Dorothy and son Dewey j Home run s. L _ visited in Boston mass. On their 2 Clits a return trip they called on mrs. Aberts. Brother in Law and sister or. Deve djs Speaks 4.t mrs. P. King. They also visited or. S. K. Memorial services and mrs. George Carter formerly of Delta. Pc k e to Buffalo the origin of Flora la Rice Fields or Kennedy tho the Shanghai friends was an old Hart j Bamboo a Roans in p l 0 ready been weeks on the Way. Among ploughing 30 r the Shanghai friends was an old Hart j floor Doris Marjorie Fri l. He a very Short while we were stirring up Clouds of Puoy dust on acquainted but organized into the roads and Many t mile of Flat efficient gang of third class travel j almost treeless Sandy country. As i the annual memorial services were lists k takes organization to get coked at these familiar scenes my Reading mrs. S. M. Fife. Mrs. F. E. Mcguigan was a recent i held in the slate Ridge cemetery on comfortably when travelling heart began to beat faster even As i visitor of mrs. R. A. Stewart. Sunday afternoon june 11, at 3 turd on chinese trains believe wondered How anyone could get Home mrs. Charles Pomraning who has o clock. The following program this is the Way we managed it. Sick for Scenc-3 so drab ind so pathetic Bryansville been sick is improved. Given music male chorus song several took care of transporting lug Cally poor. Or. And mrs. C. A. Snodgrass Are prayer by c. Irwin Galbreath in ring when we changed trains. Sev spending some time with their Daugh Reading by Rev. A. Lewis Hyde ters in West Virginia. Original poem Samuel Gard Trio mrs. Ritchie was a patient at Johns mrs Randall Mclaughlin misses Hopkins Hospital Baltimore for Ethel Hughes and Charlotte Rigdon several Days. Reading miss Alma Macomber sing misses Mildred and Dorothy Chand or. And mrs. Victor Bevans. Of quartet. Messes. A. H. Zimmerman recently visited or. End mrs. Isaac Havre de Grace spent sunday with Marshall t. Heaps c. Clark gaily Bair York relatives in Delta. And Milford Wheeler Roll Call by s. Or. And mrs. S. A. Mckinley mrs George Rutledge and son George w Holden 29 interments been Palph Fulton and children go crud e jr., and or. And mrs. Hildebran and in the cemetery in the past year and Donald and mrs. Warren Clas son of York motored to Delta on song address by Rev. Everett c. Do sow Whiteford spent wednesday in Swarthmore sunday and attended the memorial Velde pastor of Centre presbyterian York. Mrs Alice filler return to no service at slate Ridge cemetery. Church closing song Benediction. I with them to attend the f sister in Law mrs. Georg i slate Ridge Church mrs. James Fulton Mary Hyde society holds meeting the Mary Hyde society of slate ii a native of Virginia to Darla Ron about ten years lit us was known about his business judge Walter w. Preston recalled the grand jurors for Friday when the testimony and evidence relating to the shooting will be considered counsel for mrs. Mick agreed to Ulrop Hareas Corpus proceedings in View of this action. Continued a Crit Ridge Church met at the Home of mrs. Howar a Kaikor on Friday inc. Mrs. J. T Delta family attend of relative Whiteford Galbreath was As hostess. Mrs. Milford Wheeler was Leader. The meeting opened win c song Sweet hour of scrip or Turc Reading by mrs. Milford whack run. Venlon miss Anna Morris of York visited friends her on sunday. Mrs. R. C. Thompson attended the protectors Assembly Dames of Malta mrs a sir Garect 5 a. 1 with of Cono a to take a Moonlight coat on july 71. A contest was i id sen observes children s Day Day w the mrs. Richard Rees and or. Fiose Bower Cardiff. V. P. N. Or mkt Vith . Of York spent the mix Bunot fiction j were mrs. Milford Wheeler of Lins on inc Church Lawn on thursday returned Home after visiting h Edward Dooley mrs Peoples at the air Safiy at Mcallister s Hall Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Jones of on sunday morning Jval Littlestown spent the week end with u Al clock the following evening june 8. Their parents Here. Prayer hymn by miss Miriam Weikert York spent Scarborough president miss Edith mrs. Dollie Glasgow and mrs. Gil mrs Howard Hamilton r had of the must mrs. Louis a week end with relatives in Delta. M who Clur song pageant. Miss Virginia Bulette spent several weeks with relatives in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. George Kenyon have left on a four months trip through i the West. They will visit the Pacific coast. Or. And mrs. Clarence James family of drum orc were visitors of the seeker or. And mrs. David Fulton on sunday Scarborough. A group of or. And mrs. Charles Lytle enter Chur in trained Over the week end or. And mrs. C. B. Young of Baltimore and or. And mrs. William Gilmour of Ventnor City n. J. Continued on Page three or. And mrs. Homer Sci Singer and time in York. Miss Pylo is up Erving Somo Dorothy Kilgore Isabl and Galbreath by famil a Iti Ruers. Day at the Holt of or my l. Mck Loloy arc at saturday afternoon at Charles Fulton i. O. O. F. Convention in e Homo , Mildred was a dinner guest. Erie pa., this week. Herbert Redifer and miss Reg mrs. Ralph m. Fulton. R. Of Baltimore spent thursday recitations. Tho coaches of with mrm a s r my Len those present pageant were mrs. Ralph Davis Jemley. Scarborough Hydo Dooley Joe Wheeler mrs. T Gailey Benediction. Ita _ heeler Edward Boswell t. Sisr land n. M. Scarborough or. In spa Peri newspaper

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