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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 16, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times tie Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Liv. No. 24 thursday june 16, 1932 established 1878 Slateville w. A s. Meets on thursday the women s missionary society of Slateville Church met at the Delta Chapel last thursday. The morning was occupied in sewing. After lunch the meeting was called to order and opened with singing and prayer by mrs. S. J Barnett. The president being absent mrs. Marshall Scarborough presided. The report of the Aid society was Given and several announcements in regard to the sup per on thursday were Given. The elec Tion of officers for society resulted As follows president mrs. C. W. Switzer Secretary and treasurer miss Louise Whiteford. The program for. The missionary Sot piety in charge of mrs. Leroy Rigdon was then taken up and was As Fol lows Call to worship mrs. Elisha 7 Davis singing under the prayer mrs. Henry Whiteford scrip Ture Reading mrs. Jessop Cowley singing the map talk doing their own mrs. Arthur Harry the Extension of his mrs. Merton Kerr moving steadily mrs. W. F. Stubbs Flower collection Solo mrs. P. E. Thompson prayer for missionaries on Home and foreign Fields mrs. J. A Stubbs the Silliman student mrs. John Bay Hope tor the mrs. Peele they brought unto him mrs. Ethel Robinson Mizpah Benediction. Those present were mesdames w. Scott Whiteford d. W. Bay j. H. Stubbs Elisha Davis Marshall scar Borough Clay p. Whiteford Amos Altmas v. G. Stubbs Wash. Jones Evans Chester Mclaughlin Arthur Harry c b. Dempsey w. P. Stubbs Joaeph Wiley Leroy Rigdon s Harry Robinson Laura Myers c. W. Switzer Merton Kerr Paul Thomson Jessop Cowley Chas. Thompson Henry a Guam Whiteford d. Snodgrass John Bay William Fisher j. H. Handley Albert Peele Maggie Mcallister Ellen Burk Amy Glasgow misses Phoebe King Louise Whiteford Anna Wiley. Obi Cross committee visits the Harford county red Cross Flower and Garden committee held its regular monthly party the re creation Hall Veteran s Hospital Perry Point on monday afternoon june 13, with the chairman mrs. L. W. Bax ter in charge vacation Daze sixteen graduates from Fawn High the Twenty fifth commencement of Pawn township High school was Hectl on wednesday1 night at s o clock in the Church Hall new part. The following order of exercises was observed Marche Militare High school orchestra oration the Power of Mabel Morris advice to Samuel Channell vocal Solo sing sing Birds on the Alice Fitzpatrick oration song of the United Velma Channell prophecy Cletus Mclwain Ozella. Dunlap and Howard Grothe Gigli school chorus songs Wilson Nevin read Ings Don t a. Mile with me Van Anna Morris cartoons Genevieve Kunkle and Willabelle Dill instrumental Solo song of Vance allo ways oration Ruth the Ophel gifts Margaret Shrodes and John William Campbell vocal duet roses of Minnie Brooks and Dorothy Pyle class will Helen Tompkins oration Federal responsibility in vocational Agricula William growl music by the Brook Delibes poet and peasant overture von. High school orchestra vocational demonstration farm uses of the portable 1-4 Power electric Thomas and John. Wilson presentation bit diplomas superintendent w. F. Wil son song senior class. Those graduating were Velma. Ruth Channell Alice Willabelle Dill Ozella Catharine Dunlap Clara Gene Vieve Kunkle Anna Cyrena Morris Mabel Corinne Norris Margaret Jane Shrodes Ruth Irene Theophel Helen be True Tompkins Thomas William Brown John William Campbell Sam Uel Wilson William new ton Crowl Howard Frederick Grothe Cletus Franklin Mcelwain and Johni Harold Wilson. Sunday schools will meet at Delta Chapel the annual convention of the Sun Day school association of the third District will be held at the Delta Chapel next tuesday afternoon and evening sessions beginning at 2 and o clock. The program has been carefully prepared and promises to be full of interest. The Rev. Earl Liudi cards and a Fine musical program under the Able direction of William g Chick made up the afternoons in a we known minister of York text ailment refreshments consisting Wylli give the address and of the sandwiches salad apples and punch comity officers will be present. The of were served to 200 patients Forest Hill Branch had charge of the refreshments which were served by the following members Silas Warner Samuel Nagle e. 1. K oils f. Grey g. Seagle Chesty n Everett r Public is cordially invited. Celebrates with birthday Smithson c. Everett r Parkins Fred Tucker and j. F. Smithson misses Cora j. H. Fulton celebrated hic 90th birthday anniversary on tuesday at the Home of his daughter mrs. Mary Wise. Mrs. Wise gave a family dinner Cora Grafton and Katharine Grey Jora listed by mesdames Howard h. Met w f. Rogers Mary l. Gorreux y. Pond c. H. C. Clark and h. H. Boyer of ferryman. Messes. Fred Tucker Smithson of tended. And j p Forest Hill also at pilgrims after pleasure find a satisfying Trail these Are vacation Days. The urge or Maryland there Are scenes beyond to play seizes All of us. Fortunes have compare vistas of Ever changing won been spent in the quest for satisfying i Der panoramas of be or nearly Al i Pond Hills with varied tints and ways far still Che Hunt glides and Glens and stretching dale3 goes on relentlessly year after year. Where shall we is the Oft repeated question and it becomes one of the perplexing vacation problems. It has often occurred to us that if we could for once close our and the strange mysterious enchantment distance lends to Remote scenes and places a might find what we seek nearer Home. It seems to be a weakness of human nature to weave wild rhapsodies about what is far at noon and in the afternoon the june bugs were entertained. The june bugs group whose birth Day occurs in june the a. Hyde j. H. Fulton w. H. Tucker e. K. James. J. T. Grove. J. T. Gailey n. A. Heaps and mrs. Hajj Ivey Sidwell. In the evening his cousins and a few friends were invited. Magnify the grandeur of Dis Tant invest strange localities with a Charm they do not possess of verdure and flowering Brooks and wind ing largess of spleen Dor to please the fancy and Delight the soul the looming rocks Ona Day the trip May Lead out Over the Hills Down by the rocks of Deer Creek famed in legend and Story where one May gaze in rapt wonder and route Surprise at those Majestic sentinels of the and drink in the Sweet Beauty of the. Creek that flows by their base. Eventually one reaches Del Haven the it remains Blind to the won Gateway to Bel where Felix m. Der and Beauty of the world that lies Irwin has wrought through eleven years to create a recreation Center tor a pleasure hungry Public. Here will be found 18 cottages for tourists Welsh clubs 0v America to meet an elaborate program has been arranged for the 18th annual Conven Tion of the women s Welsh clubs of America to be held at the Stratford hotel Philadelphia june 21 23, inclusive. This is the first time the convention has been held in the East and a Large attendance is anticipated. These clubs assist in the maintenance of the Welsh Home for the aged. Music makes up a Large proportion of the entertainment although there will be speaking readings pageants and sight seeing trips. On wednesday evening from to 10 o clock St Gyman a Ganu will be broadcast Over Wip and it has been suggested that Welsh peo ple who cannot attend the convention gather together at some appointed place listen in on Gyman a Ganu and then have a song test of their own the same night. Closer to hand. Learning by experience circumstances frequently turn out letters letters testamentary were granted last week on the estate of the late Sarah m. R. Barnes. Also Colvin lower Chanceford township to Jason r. Barnett. Letters testamentary were granted to j. R. Barnett on the estate of Margaret e. Colvin late of lower Chanceford township Spring Chicken dinner at car Del hotel sunday Platter 75c. 1e w shape ill Flower Garden committee plans , cart party on tuesday afternoon Tun 14, the red Cross Flower and Garden com Mittee of the Harford county chapter held a very enthusiastic meeting at the Home of mrs. La Urence w. Baxter chairman near Fulord. Arrange ments were made and committees appointed for the annual card party to at the Bayou hotel july. 13 tor the Benefit of Perry Point and Harre de Grace hospitals. o be a Good teacher. Forced often play Park for the children a Golf the pleasure of an extended i driving Range for putting practice a family picnic and amusement place of the first order Ball games Satur Delta w. C. T. V. Folks visit red lion amok a number of the members of th3 Delta w. C. T. U. Paid a neighbourly visit to the red lion w. C. T. U. On. Monday evening. They had interesting literary exercises in connection with their regular program. A quartet of men rendered a number of selections in Fine style the Tenor was Well sustained by Thomas h. Lloyd our for Mer townsman. Several readings a of several contests added to the enjoy ment of the occasion. Frances Willarc Union of York was also represented by several members. Those from Delta were miss Mary Brown mrs w. T. Brown mrs. S. J. Mrs. W. F. Stubbs miss Cas Sandra Jones mrs. Ida. Ayres mrs. S. J. Barnett mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. George y. Garber mrs. C. F. Jenness mrs. V. G. Stubbs mrs. Henry Post Mary Poff and mrs. Frank Glenn. V. P. B. Plans social the Young people s Branch of the w. C. T. U. Met at slate Ridge Church registration will go on All Day june 0. For the purpose of Day the 21st. A program will be i arranging a program for y. P. B. So Given at 8 o clock that evening. On dial to be held at the Church on july 7. O Orego vacation the writer has been put to the necessity of snatching his recreation in Odd bits of time when and Days and sundays a swim where he could find it. And the bus timing Pool a modern soda Bounlam. Of All is he found it. And what is with barbecues sandwiches Ami the More he is going to Tell you where j finest of dinners for those who want you May find what he found. There is j them. Wednesday at 9 o clock in the morn ing and again at 8 p. M., there will be Fine programs. Thursday will be a miss Anita heaps conducted the a vat ional service. Roy Ayres gave a Mouth Organ Solo which was followed full Day and on Friday the will visit Atlantic City. No secret about it. It one should turn in the direction by Belva Wilson. Those present were Isabella we _ _ Lollis Jones Belva Wilson Edith. Teach a at High school Scarborough Laura Eleanor stauffer Hazel stauffer Mary Martha heaps. Ruth miss m. Elaine Lau daughter of or. Mrs. To. Dooley Anita when the irrepressible desire seizes of Fawn Grove he will find almost you to take to the High Road Roll out the family bus Load up the family and Start for a Day of keen enjoyment. From every Highway and along every byway. In this Section of Pennsylvania the same tiling at Spring Valley Park where an artificial boating Lake and swimming Pool nestles Between the Hills in the very heart of a Beautiful continued on and mrs. C. Frank Lau Spring Grove Jie aps Charles Jones Price Scott was elected teacher of English in thei toy Ayres Kenneth kills Darcy to Delta High school at a meeting of Robert Scarborough Joseph Rob Borough school Board last week. She Jasnon Dooley Whiteford. Henry succeeds miss Blanche stauffer Donald Jones Donald Hiu Rhes resigned to accept a position in the Mclaughlin and Donald Snow 1 York High school. Grass. Newspaper

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