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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaJun3 15, 1933 of her son in Law and and mrs. H. C. Merry at this writing. society of it. Oli Linch was to meet this postponed and will be Ith or. And mrs. Edgar loud who has been at s school in new York in her summer vacation a mrs. Anna Cloud Nous visited her Hus who is a patient at eral Hospital Yle is spending a week Richmond Man Baroro a. Mostead has returned mrs. Bell Barben after time in Baltimore. Ouse in e Price now is year is age beets ring onions Elery Sweet Eppers new bananas Delia. Open evenings Money Iii 10 ibs. 48c bar 5e 3 for 20c 2 cans 21 e 6 cans 25c lb.21c in. 29c 2 cans 25c 2 boxes 23c 2 cans 35c cans 2for25c 2 for 17c 1-4 in. 9c 4 bars 25c 2 ibs. 13c 2pkgs. 19c 8 of. Jar 9c 2 in. Roll 57c in. 10c in. 15c in. Deli a Herald times vol. La. No. 25 county pa., thursday june established receives injury in fall Hugh Bailey jr., son of or. And mrs. Hugh e. Bailey sr., , md., was seriously injured on monday evening when be fell from the top of a distance of Twenty five or thirty feet. Hugh had been doing some work near the top of the barn and upon descending missed the ladder and fell to the floor. He was taken to the Havre de Grace Hospital on tuesday morning where it was discovered through a rays that he had broken three ribs and also dislocated has shoulder. Or. Bailey is a Nephew of or. And mrs. Richard Rees of Cardiff and is Well known in this Vicinity. His Many friends Here wish him a speedy recovery. Hughes hostess to social cd Tab the social club of Delta and Vicin Ity met with mrs. Harry Hughes Fri Day afternoon. A business meeting missionary life in China by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week it was just at Sunset when we i practically ran to keep alongside the stopped at the town of shunted the lumbering two wheeled vehicles try place which i called Home when i ing to follow the path by the dim the regular meeting of the ladies missionary society of Slateville presbyterian Church was held on thurs Day june 15, at the Chapel. Mrs. Leroy Rigdon president presided. The meeting opened by song stand up stand up for the society held a business meeting. Mrs. Jagst we were in China. Many of my Clarence Switzer gave a report of the friends had come Down to the train year s work. Miss Louise to see me As we passed through pre Secretary and treasurer gave a Are Vous cities these past two Days and port. Mrs. W. H. Galbreath was i expected to see some of the elected president for the ensuing year Ghun Tesfu Folk also. But evidently miss Louise Whiteford was re elected through some mistake no one came depicted in personal letters Secretary and treasurer. A rising vote of thanks was Given mrs. Switzer for the work done during her term As president. The missionary meeting opened with mrs. Snodgrass Leader. The minutes of the last meet ing were read by mrs. Harry Otoin son and the treasurer mrs. Jessup Cowley gave a report. Mrs. Merton Kerr was elected Secretary to take the place of mrs. Paul Thompson who moved to York. A talk on prayer groups was Given by mrs. Henry Whiteford and it was decided Down to meet the train and it was therefore a Little disappointing not to see even one familiar face on the platform. However As i walked up and Down during those Twenty minutes viewing the City Walls and the buildings which somehow seemed to have shrunk a great Deal since i last saw them god put his hand on my heart and comforted me. I was homesick and lonely no More. In the end i was rather glad no one else was there. That station platform brought Back Light of the Carters lanterns. Derrr Jah Yih Yih shouted the Carters cracking their Long whips expertly Over the backs of the mules without touching the beasts the mules spurred on to greater Effort would lunge Forward and the Clumsy carts squeaking and racking would struggle through the ruts a trifle faster. It was at once or picturesque and Homelike i wanted to shout for Joy. Finally reached the goal of our journey previously a pawnshop with Many courtyards and paper windowed rooms now spick and Span for the Rural and literary conference. The Walls were freshly papered. There was a layer of Lime several inches deep on All the floors also to keep Down unwelcome zoological specimens. Roll cd. I _ j. Hill g i a Ulaj i Jia v of. Held at which time the club de form prayer groups in the different sacred memories. It was ing out our bedding on the big Brick cited not to hold any meetings during i neighbourhoods. The Leader Lor me j twelve years ago that dad and i Beds without further preliminaries _ of n Tutill via Toltl cd a tit la vv1 lax the months of july and those in attendance Richard Rees mrs. Howard mrs. Charles Hawkins mrs. V. G. Stubbs mrs. Leroy Rigdon mrs. J. T. William f. Stubbs mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Margaret Davis mrs. J. H. Stubbs mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. H. J Evans mrs. W. R. Wil Liams mrs. C. C. Butler and miss Pearl Shenk. Next meeting will be miss Anna Wiley. Slateville Church scene of memorial service Harry Robinson. The following pro evangelists were on the till this afternoon. 4-1tn rvs a to Gram in tie form of a radio Broad cast with mrs. Snodgrass announcer mrs. Harry Mackinson and miss Mabel Arnold folks in the Home listening in was Given scripture Reading by mrs. C. A. Hawkins prayer by mrs. Henry Whiteford piano Solo. Mary Gladys Jones vocal Solo Charlotte Rigdon mrs. W. A. Harry read something to song alone by the ladies quartet mrs. Platform faces streaming with Una As they said goodbye. How Well i remember simple hearted country Folk there they were tall Able bodied Northern ers crying like Little children careless of whomever might be watching. I realized suddenly that dad through or. Miller speaker at s. K commencement exercises the annual commencement exercises of the senior class of slate Ridge High school were held on Friday eve Ning june 16, at 8 o clock in the pen mar theatre. The following program was Given invocation Rev. B. W. Jones Edith Scarbor Ough song class Clara Jones school Kenneth Ellis Eleanor stauffer song class Charles Culp class Darcy Mckee advice to Ethel Miller presenta tion of Margaret Dooley and Donald Hughes address to graduates or. Jay w. Miller director of courses at Goldey College Wilmington Del. Carolyn Whiteford presentation of Belfour medal John Bay. Miss Edith Scarborough Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Marshall scar Borough Delta r. D., had the Honor of receiving this medal school song Benediction Rev. A. Lewis Hyde. Certificates of promotion were awarded the following eighth Grade pupils for Entrance to High. School m. Evelyn Bryson Oleita h. Choate m. Amelia Choate v. Ruth Delp Eleanor j. Cox f. Anita Jones mar j Garet l. Draper. Mabel l. Whiteford Nellie m. Miller Bertha j. Walker Margaret m. Henry Balva r. Rams Burg William m. Davis h. Garth Hamilton William e. Jones Henry n. Rubbing say a , Keese Alfred c. Culp and James r. Pen mar baseball league standing of teams w l Whiteford 8 1 Jarrettsville 4 5 Highland 3 6 Taylor 3 6 Whiteford ran her winning Streak to five straight when she Defeated Jarrettsville in both ends of a double header last saturday. Whiteford collected fifteen hits to win the first game by the score of 7 to 4 and collected 8 More to win the second 4 to 1. M. Lloyd batted 100 per cent the first game getting two hits and three walks. H. Jones came out of a batting slump and got four clean hits one of which was a double. Regan also collected four hits during both games. T Whiteford made a Beautiful catch in right Field and h. Jones and s. Lloyd covered plenty of ground in the second game. Childress had the Field ing honors of the Day having nine assists and six put outs without an error. J. Norris played Good Ball at second in the second game. This sat urday june 26. Whiteford will meet Jarrettsville is 2 x 2i i a i a 2 o conference begins tomorrow. Most or the delegates arrived today. There Kerr. About two Hundred registered Al ready representing fourteen of Chi rims eighteen provinces. Those from Sze Chuan province the province of Iny nativity were Twenty three Days i or am Jirs. Ralph Fulton and Bryansville bucket 2fo Ken Hurt. In i slave. It i Bunker c their Way. Believe me people want Gertrude and Donald spent Ville and Rehoboth churches Harry Robinson mrs. Clay p. White a. Whiteford mrs. W. H. Evans gave a these co workers of is and these Fuu schedule from six in the morning service in memory of those whose re talk on trip through the Philli be left a shepherded. Mains rest in god s acre slate vice planes mrs. Clarence Switzer gave a i won t you come Back to us pastor cemetery. Rev. John Hammond pre talk or West song ran they pleaded. Sided and mrs. Robert Williams at Ivory by the ladies he said i can t i am not the Organ. Rev. B. W. Jones read by mrs Vav. Ujj. Evans. Those appropriate portion of scripture were mrs. J. H. Stubbs mrs. Led in prayer followed by a selection Jodi Bay mrs. V. G. Stubbs mrs. From the Slateville male quartet i a villain Whiteford mrs. Glosy p. Samuel a. Gard read a touching poem a Whiteford mrs. Harry Mackinson of his own composition then the if. Scott Whiteford mrs. C. A. Speaker of the Day delivered an and Hawkins mrs. Henry Whiteford mrs. Dress Hon. S. S. Laucks assistant h Evans mrs. J. E. Wiley mrs. District attorney of York county. It vie Ron Kerr mrs. Harvie Stubbs was in every Way worthy of the of i mrs w. A. Harry mrs. Ellen Burke Casion and was Well received by the mrs Clarence , mrs. Leroy Well As you know and i must care for Ray two Well they begged undaunted. Won t your two daughters come Back to dad turned and looked at us Wist fully and then Back at them saying Only. I Don t i cannot answer his term s work of intensive Evange something when they re willing to go wednesday evening with or. And mrs. Listic Effort Toad come very close to that far for it we Are to have a very j s a. Mckinley. Mrs. Charles Fulton spent wednes Day afternoon with mrs. Fannie Thomas and family. William Shenberger York is visit ing or. And mrs. George Wilson and this will be sharing methods and Dis cussing Rural problems with these leaders who have used successful i 0 6 a Lioyd. La i l 0 4 0 1 n. M Nutt p 5 1 0 200 child Tess 3b 5 2 311 heaps of e literate Gates from slate Ridge presbyterian Church attended the entire time. Oth ers attending from this Vicinity part the time were Rev. A. L. Hyde c i. Galbreath mrs. J. Malford Doo Ley mrs. Mary Lacrone prof and mrs. A. H. Zimmerman misses mar Era ret Mobley Rebecca Brooks Char Lotte Holland Louise Findley Eleanor slate Morris Hazel Kerr Helen Kerr Hazel Ramsay Mildred Ramsay Grace Wise 2. s. Dooley this place and i knew it so j o Idimar rooms us t after All it was Best for soul that carried in Box a. One came to meet my train other and list Nurl to of the Alum Al run Stirn Church Jop special services in Torryn s pole i of Ulp of Harford Cour. I a nil a ii a find ivies u it a sch interest was taken in me lesson and All Are Welcome. Those present were mrs. Samuel Stewart mrs. Walter Carico mrs. Gentry mrs. Howard Jenkins mrs. Nelson b. Cooper mrs. I it took an Chester Mclaughlin mrs. Thorl Coo per misses Helen Mathias and Carrie Mclaughlin. Hour to claim our baggage each other during expensive funeral or and mrs a Oiiver Mccourtney. Reception mrs Maggie a. Afternoon with and to Call Rule carts. There were wedding rites of their anti gambling for nor of this Community Only five carts to be had at that time clubs and health officers. We saw re mrs Fulton and son John afternoon i of Niht so we loaded our suitcases ceiling sets which they made them York spent the week end at the hone and Beddig into them following this solves to receive programs broadcast a or and mrs. James a. Falton. A caravan on foot. That three mile walk by the Peoples organization at head through the Crisp air under Glimmer quarters in tin Hsien. We saw Coop Rig stars kept us alike warm and Ergative stores for the Benefit of the Junior senior reception of the awake. Often we splashed through Farmers slate Ridge High school was held at crud for it had but lately rained As we heaps motor Han Gnu Evora Niue j dancing playing j i cards. Refreshments were served to peach Bottom Grange holds regular meeting locals Delta Cardiff master Kenneth Ruff is spending a the following prof and mrs. W. M. I Samsell or. And mrs. Marshall heaps miss Anita heaps miss Helen Harry Mary Martha heaps Laura heaps Carolyn Whiteford Edith Scarbor Ough Darcy Mckee Eleanor stauffer few Days with his Uncle and aunt or. Geho sobe Proctor Eleanor Wise Helen and mrs. Albert Ruff of Cardiff. Or. And mrs. J. H. Wheeler and daughters Marietta and Alice and mrs. Henrietta Chandlee spent last Rowan Hazel stauffer Mary e. At Kins Olive Norris Doris Lloyd Phoebe Mckinley Clara Jones Catherine Osborne Hazel Jones Margaret Dooley Friday with or. And mrs. R. Mcmurran Ethel Delp Olwen Roberts Mary Delp Shepler of Carlisle a. Or. And mrs. Alfred Roberts and family of Wilmington spent sunday mrs. Roberts Mother mrs. M. J. A. Davies. Continued on Page two social service club the social service club of Slateville Church and Vicinity will meet at peach Bottom Friday evening july 7, at 5 o clock. All those desiring eats please bring a Box lunch. Dorothy Redding Eleanor Mccallister Dorothy Tucker Ethel Miller Marie Lohr Eileen Parthree Helen and Anna Kathryn Samsell Evelyn Deaver John Bulette Straley Greer James Deran Charles Johnson Joe Robinson Clay ton Merryman Charles Robinson Rob Ert Galbreath Allen Lloyd Hyde Doo Ley William Proctor Ralph Davis jr., Howell Griffith Donald Hughes har peach Bottom Grange no. 1711, mrs. Grace Holloway of Havre de held its regular meeting at the Valley school House monday evening june 19, with past master Austin n. Rowan presiding. The usual business meeting was carried on. The follow ing literary program in charge of the worthy lecturer was Given Flag pledge song Columbia the Gem of the Reading the Flag goes Elizabeth Griffith talk some thing we should know about our mrs. Harry Evans Reading America for Margaret Rowan song America the Kev. Ruley returns to Delta Rev. B. F. Ruley has been returned to the Delta methodist protestant Church by the Maryland annual con old Lloyd Herbert Jones Stanley Ference held at Denton my. The Many friends of Rev. And mrs. Ruley Lloyd John Guilfoyle Charles Culp Henry Ford Kenneth Ellis and Henry Jones. Are much gratified to hear of their return to the Delta Church. With his grandparents or and mrs. S a. Mckinley. I Rev. Edwin Keener and John Lloyd attended the conference at Denton my. Rev. Keener returned As pastor the regular meeting of the ladies for Nebo circuit or. And mrs. Charles Mcfadden Bryansville Aid society meets with mrs. Webb Grace spent a few Days last week at the Home of or. And mrs. Hutchinson Hamilton. Nathaniel Hale Alexander Draper and James Cantler have returned Home after spending a week visiting friends and relatives in Virginia. They report As having a very enjoyable visit. Mrs. Stanley Kahoe and son Billy spent last week end visiting friends in Baltimore. James Kahoe spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Howard Jen Kins of slate Hill. Howard Hamilton and son Ray mond of Cardiff visited friends in this Section last sunday. James Eckman has returned to Lancaster after spending some time at the Home of his Mother mrs. William Eckman. Mrs. Isaac Little is reported As being ill at this writing. Aid society of Bryansville Church was held on Friday evening at the Home of mrs. Frank Webb Delta r. The regular routine of business was transacted. Refreshments were served. The following were present Rev. And mrs. Clair c. Kreidler or. And mrs. Frank Webb Jar. And mrs. Orville Stein or. And mrs. Henry Mobley or. And mrs. Harold Mobley and son James mrs. Isaac Ruff mrs. Charles Bair and daughter mrs. Cora Myers mrs. Edgar Chandlee mrs. Harry Kilburn misses Louise Wise. Bertha Wise Dorothy Chandlee Erma Myers Delores Kreidler Elma Kil Burn Mary Kilburn messes. N. J. Wise William Mclaughlin George spent sunday with or. And mrs William Mcfadden. Misses Dorothy and Mildred Glas Gow Are spending a few Days with their Cousin miss Elsie Evans of Delta. The daughters of America will hold a festival on the Whiteford baseball Diamond thursday evening june 29 if Stormy Friday evening. Cakes candies and Home made ice Cream for Sale. The Public is invited. S. S. Convention to meet at slate Ridge the third District of the York co. Sabbath school association comprise Chandlee Robert Wickes Harry Kil ing Delta Borough Fawn Grove peach Burn Clifton Kilburn and Frank Wickes. W. C. T. To. Meeting the regular business meeting of the e w. C. T. U. Will be held on wednesday afternoon june 28, at at the Home of mrs. C. C. Butler. Bottom and Fawn townships will hold their annual convention at slate. Ridge sunday school Friday june 23, at in the afternoon and in the evening. Rev. L. Elbert Wilson York will be the main speaker. A very interesting and educational pro Gram has been prepared for the occasion. News Laferr t to Sfa Perl

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