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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 21, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta York cout4ty, fa., thursday june state High Flag exercises son giv1gs party commencement exercises for slate Ridge High school were held on Fri Day night in the Ren mar theatre where the Rev. Or. John i. Yellott of Bel air delivered the address to the graduating dais. The program was As follows in the Rev. James l. Grazier High school chorus essays my Oliver Roberts what we have gained from High Mary Martha heaps Blue Danube High school chorus after school John bul Lette address or. Yellott the bub High school chorus presenta Tion of diplomas prof. W. M. Samsell his Barents Gwynne l. Holden entertained on tuesday evening in Honor of Hie Par societies hold death takes toll usual meetings in spite of age n i mrs. John Hammond made a Short ends or. And mrs. O. Holden who address at the meeting of the Reho celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. Many Beautiful and useful gifts were received and at a late hour refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs. O. Holden Gwynne l. Holden or. And mrs. S. John Norris John c. Nor Ris or. And mrs. Melvin l. Norris miss Alice Bennington Rev. J. L. Grazier mrs. R. O. Thomas and Rob Ert Thomas of Berkley my. Or. And mrs. L. E. Lebrun or. And mrs. Eve both Temple workers on. Wednesday afternoon june 20, at the Home of mrs. Arthur heaps. The meeting opened with singing after which mrs. Hugh r. Evans read a scripture selection and prayer was offered. At the conclusion of the business meeting i. Harold Mobley j. Harold Mobley aged 32, of Bryansville died Friday june 15, at the York Hospital after an illness last ing for several years. He had been at the Hospital Only since wednesday he leaves a widow mrs. Edn Akil Gore Mobley two children James Elmer and Mary Elizabeth at Home i11c1 . Jul Cluj. V us and the program refreshments were i Bis parents or. And mrs. James a. Served. Presentation of Good citizenship i Erett Lebrun and daughters Betty prese Taon o o John w. Bay neapolitan j Jane and Marlyn Lou of Baltimore school chorus presentation of Balfour medal. Or. Paul Wilhelm William Channell and cold real Helen of Gat class song Benediction Rev. Or. Gra j or mrs we 2ief the graduating class was As Fol Liams of Havre de grace.1 Missner lows Mary e. Atkins John e. Bui tie Pyle of Baltimore or. And mrs. Ette Evelyn l. Deaver Ethel v. Garber or. And mrs. H. Irve Mobley Bryansville and two Broth those present were mesdames w. J to i r. Williams w. W. Williams Griffith and a sister William Henry mob o. Griffith Hugh j. Evans Edward Ley and mrs. Joseph Grove bryans Steward Robert c. Roberts Everett Koltura Vernon Knopp Hugh r. Evans Elizabeth Morgan Mary a. Evans Hugh r. Thomas Robert l. Roberts m. N. Scarborough Sidney Davies Annie Jones Jennie Wilson Elsie Evans Kate Edwards Dolly Glasgow Maggie Jones Arthur heaps Rev. And mrs. John Hammond Ville and Samuel e. Mobley Oak land Cal. Funeral was held monday of George Blackburn deceased the following tribute to a Loyal employee was sent to this paper from the office of the Philadelphia electric George Blackburn was born april 4, 1856. He was employed by the Delta electric Power company As Plant operator at the Cartridge Falls Plant on Muddy Creek on december 20, 1898. Or. Blackburn was retired from Active service june 1, 1931 and was a very faithful employee of this company for thirty three years. His lost time during these years of service amounted to no More than ninety Days and forty Days of this time was due to having pneumonia in 1926, caused from exposure in his Effort to get to work in a heavy snow1 storm. For Twenty years or. Blackburn pen mar league plays real Ball standing of clubs w l taylor.5 Jarrettsville 5 Highland 3 Fawn Grove 0 2 2 3 6 pet .714 .714 .500 .000 Martha heaps Laura f. I heaps Hazel e. Henry Marjorie l. Yettwich Harold s. Lloyd adage Hosoe Proctor Oliver m. Proctor Ethel Hughes or ter noon at o clock with services conducted by the Rev. Kreidler assisted by the revs. R. A. Babcock and James l. Grazier. Burial was in heaps Rev. And mrs. John Hammond e Cermet messes. John and mrs. H. A. Poff miss Myra Wil Liams miss Hilda Kilburn miss Allie and Helen e Rowan. The class Mot Beattie mrs. Mary Dooley mrs. John Wise mrs. R. Thompson miss Allie Hodson miss Ada Duphorn mrs. Mary Long Gan miss Eleanor l. Manifold or. And mrs. Harvie l. Stubbs. Margaret Morris Elizabeth Williams and Ellen Rowlands. Daughters elect at the regular meeting on Mon Day evening of it. Washington coun to was with class Solors Wise Green and White. Class Flower Liea Rose. Class Day exercises were held the previous evening at the High school when an excellent program was presented. Other local happenings of interest mrs. Joseph Harry spent the first of the week with her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Joseph Cunningham Washington d. C., and Oscar Cunningham and family Balti More and attended the funeral of her son Lewis Ehrhart and or. H. S. Allen served As pallbearers and the Floral tributes were carried by Mer Vin Curtis and Donald Thompson cil no. 101, daughters of America i Louise Eleanor and Ruth the following officers were elected Mobley. Junior past councillor Orpha Taylor associate Cora Pennington Council Lor Mabel Blaney associate Grace Nephew Norman Washington. Cunningham in or. And mrs. Max Scarborough misses truth Spidle and Belva Wilson were Baltimore visitors on tuesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Geiger has returned to the Home of Clarence James Lan Caster county after spending some time with her Nephew and Niece or. And mrs. David Fulton. Mrs. O. Holden misses Roberta Williams Alice Wheeler and Alice Hodson and mrs. Melvin Norris visited in Baltimore on tuesday. Miss Anita heaps is attending the wedding of a Friend in Pittsburgh a. Mrs. Lester Williams of Havre de Delta Man weds Wisconsin girl Lewis o. Williams son of or. And mrs. William
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