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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaEe33 the Only adequately Cor Eric Souvern York Comaj Pennsylvania and Northern Harford vol. La. No. 26 Dexta. York county pa., thursday june 29, 1933 Estaeus mkt locals Delta Cardiff or. And mrs. R. M. Whiteford mrs. C. Herbert Letch and son Charlesh jr., and Nelson Whiteford All of Baltimore called on their Cousin pen mar baseball missionary life in China league i depicted in Fer social letters William a. Galbreath Delta r. D., Highland on Friday. Or. And mrs. Wilbur Matthews and daughter miss Mary of Fawn Grove visited or. Matthews sister mrs. Marella Jones on sunday. Mrs. Elmer Knopp is a patient in the York Hospital. Her husband standing of teams w l 9 1 5 5 3 7 3 7 by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week Whiteford Jarrettsville we saw agricultural sex Rural place because of the i Conven pediment station s. And in these Vil inces of country life. Or. Yen said j Lages always there seemed to be a i sadly they went Bach to their Taylor Whiteford stretched her winning urday she to teaching they did not really love the yes today was another wonderful Day of dreaming and Fellowship and associates All specialists in various j constructive planning for fall work. New interest in life and cleaner Vil Lage streets. More than merely reach the minds of these common peo Streak to six straight when last sat ple James yen and his two score of Tave succeeded Dav ended of themselves. Or. Hunter brought me Home the last Knorra visited her on monday Ord which collected sixteen us the Are Learng. Cooperation Loy two Miles on the Back of his bicycle. Elmer Koropp her on Monet y Wilkinson irom the and to Bave Faith m each As he pfc x qum Sim i sixteen us mrs. Mollie Jones and. Son Donald Are visiting relatives and friends in Delta. T i Alty and to have Faith in each i picked me i very things which go toward Mak a. Lloyd it one of the longest Home runs seen on the Field this year while very things which to ride on dads we. It was a s. Lloyd drove Cut another Long i of film make a Nev China. Here and there Mick trial opens in tows ii today or. And mrs. Lawrence Wharton and son of Baltimore were dinner guests of or. And mrs. W. E. Arthur on sunday. Mrs. Fannie Thomas spent Friday with mrs. Etta Chandlee. Misses Helen Dooley and Laura heaps called on or. And mrs. Henry Stigler recently. Mrs. Mary Proctor returned to the Home of her daughter mrs. Harvey Sidwell on saturday. She has been spending some time her Mother in California. Or. And mrs. Clarence James and family spent sunday with friends at mrs. Janice Mick who is facing trial for her life today charged with shooting her husband to death on june 9, said she would rather die than spend the rest of her life in jail. Mrs. Mick thirty three years of age was taken from the Harford county jail Early this morning for trial in the circuit court at Towson. She is charged with first degree Mur Der in the death of her husband Loii Nie e. Mick forty nine at their Home near Darlington. The widow who has said she shot in self defense and without intent to relatives have received word from for a triple. 3st. Mcnutt relieved Delta. Or. And mrs. Clarence Thomas asked Many questions yesterday son. Stuart Baltimore spent sunday the Icsal procedure she miss Romaine Morris that she a Walker in the first and held Highland i it thrilled us All to see what mass i fied thing i be done for Ages. I be first undo Gnu afternoon Wim Llis Mother Rived in Chicago safely and is in from then on to two scattered singles. Education is doing because feel As been too intensely interested and too missionaries that we have even More Busy to get into mischief lately. Fannie Thomas and family. Isabaelle Wilson York mrs. Expect today when the trial opened before judges c. Gus Grason and Frank i. Duncan. Fred Cobourn and Joying the world s fair. Miss Morris h. Jones continued his batting spree As than the mass expects to spend a week in Chicago getting two out of three. M. Oyd c is giving Mas a Drill 19th miss Charlotte Holland was guest Regan j. Norms and Childress starred a of miss Sara Torbert at her Home j afield having 22 put outs Between at Delta r. D., for several Days. Them. T. Whiteford when called upon or. And mrs. Charles Grancel Are Pinch hit responded by driving out the right Field foul Only building up the body one of the nicest things about this conference is the Way Oid friends keep to development Bobbing up Many of whom i used to a co Milele he food for the soul. Tow when i was i some time with their grandparents i or. And mrs. James Wilson. Or. And mrs. Owen Greider have moved to miss Maggie Perry s House a Small girl in enjoying a trip to the world s fair in a double along the right Field foul character to North China. Or. Johnson from Chicago. Line. Hughes caught a Snappy Happy China tvs generous pockets i helped my masters Arthur and Robert Ander game. This saturday july 1, White of Christian Cha a i sett to Many a Peanut in yester years son of Fawn Grove Are spending Ford will meet Jarrettsville at White several Days with their Uncle and Ford. On july 4, Whiteford will meet be word not be Afrah has been Here for a week. I wondered Severa y Tad Anfor she Koukl have Faith aunt or. And mrs. W. C. Wise of Highland in a double header. The l. She Bryansville. First game ends the first half while mrs. Marella Jones entertained in j the second game begins the second sunday or. And mrs. Edward Wil half. Liams and daughter Jane Marie of Highland Pylesville or. And mrs. Waveley Lov ing and daughter Mary Ellen and if he had forgotten the Way we Trust Cathy leaders. She youngsters used to mob my when mrs. John Loving of Dundalk my. Or. And. Mrs. .Vid Fulton entertained on sunday or. And mrs. Clarence James and children Mary k. Is Jobes in t Wilson of Wilkinson a in a 2 Elizabeth and Edward mrs. Elizabeth Richardson 3b m Geiger and or. And mrs. Emory Lowe. Herbert Letch Baltimore was Abb Morris or Cauer on tuesday at the Home of cousins mrs. J. T. Galbreath and family. Continued on Page two Forest Hill miss Martha Scott of Darlington spent several Days with misses Rosa and Rebecca Barrow. Or and mrs. Thomas Pyle or. And Hanna c k. Morris c Jones of Korris Barrett 2 4 3 4 3 2 1 2 1 0 1 would have Money and time for Many Ever he came in sight. Almost the constructive enterprises now being first thing he said was i in Petty quarrelling. Of China can t j Muriel put your hand in my coat you see that Christ is your great r hone j of or. Johnson you would t 11 As we saw the Fine groups of mass fool me would graduates organized into try it and i and e. H. Harlan defense attorneys Are to be assisted by Fletcher Gor such a Towson lawyer. Sheriff Reese Bowman and Earl Francis Deputy accompanied mrs. Cardiff. Or. And mrs. Henry Poff and Daugh Ter Mary spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. Alfred Glasgow and i sons Lancaster county. Gene Jones has returned to the Home of his grandparents or. And 1 Mick to Towson this morning. Former Delta teacher to wed invitations for the wedding of miss Elaine Lau. Daughter of mrs. The mrs. Arthur Sidwell after spending some time at Camp Keew Aclin near Annapolis my. Delta boy scouts in Jot hike scout master r. E. Barnhart and 1 alumni associations in their various i did so and not Only were there i the following boy scouts enjoyed a 0 of villages doing big things for their peanuts but a chocolate bar had it i Mke to snapper Rock on tuesday 0 communities we remembered or. Been for his Silvery hair i could been afternoon and camped Over night Benjamin Tobin Paul Noerr Thomas 1 0 0 0 0 membership groups at Home. If these j the massed. Headquarters to see j heaps or 0 men and women could do All this the prodigal played and Sung i 0 three months can Jit True chinese dramatic style by a Home economics class of ten s comment. It is this or com have vowed the clocks had 0 i monism for and it made us turned Back eighteen years Crawford William w. Galbreath 0 i dream bigger dreams for our last evening we All trooped Over to j Donal Dick and William Arthur holds meeting 28 3 our Church members do for j group of Christian boys from the 0 their opportunities and character american Board Mission school in training Are much greater or should Ipao Yingfu. It was very elaborately the regt Jar meeting of the slate Whiteford 11 be and the Beauty of it All is that done taking two hours for its drama econ Klics group was held on i James yen s movement and the Tiza Tion. The costuming and acting a wednesday at the Home of mrs. Wal s. Lloyd is if mrs. Harlan Pyle and miss Elinor Childress. 3b Pyle All of York were sunday guests of or. And mrs. S. O. Nagle. Or. And mrs. Elmer Jeffery and Vin cent Jeffery of Baltimore were Sun j Norris 2b Day guests of Charles Jeffery and a Lloyd. 2to m. Lloyd ass n. Mcnutt if p miss Mary Jeffery. J. Heaps of miss Evelyn Sheridan of Aberdeen in Jones of spent several Days with misses Evelyn and Lillian Clark. Hughes c n. Mcnutt .33-1 j. Norris .334 s. Walker p Kent Wilson is suffering from an Whiteford of infected toe. The red Cross meeting held on i tuesday with mrs. Annie Grevemeyer a hit Ford Battin was Well attended. Mrs. Harry Nagle and son Charles Henry Are spending the week at Chesapeake City. Mrs. Edgar Wilson and son Walter Are spending the with mrs. Son s sister in Chicago and while there will attend the world s fair. Or. And mrs. Charles Niche Lori and son Harry Evan were week end guests of Rev. And mrs. C. E. Ely. Mrs. Harry Kenyon was a dinner guest of mrs. James swam on sunday. We Are sorry to report that miss Alice Seagle is ill with Scarlet fever. Friendly Circle of or. And mrs. Harry z. Heaps and daughter Barbara Lee who have been spending some time with mrs. Heaps a 5 2 5 5 4 2 2 2 z 4 0 accompanied by wierd musical Mastru j showed Ite a of Mistel Christian movement Are not separate i showed expert supervision. There was 1 but really one. We were welcomed 2 by this group of men who love the 1 j common people Many of whom Are 0 i followers of the Christ also. They 3 called us they Are most give their Christian and moral uplift i decided to discontinue Trie meetings 2 eager thar we Benefit by their on the big open air theatre during the hot weather. Starting again Resia Lau of Spring Grove and Nelson c. Brown of Walkersville have been issued. The wedding will take place in the Glade reformed Church Walkersville md., on sunday july 2, at p. M. Rev. Brown was recently ordained to the ministry and installed As pastor at the Walkersville reformed charge. Miss Lau was a member of the Delta High school faculty for the past term and has a Large Circle of friends Here who wish them much Success and happiness. Pylesville or. And mrs. Frank Dallam Are spending some time with or. And mrs. Raymond Harkins. Mrs. Walter Baldwin called on mrs. Tom Turner last tuesday. Or. And mrs. Raymond Harkins miss Matheis explained and and mis Cora Grafton How to finish and with or mra ments. People listened enchanted. Sometimes this group of school boys j ments. She also explained How to do sunday of Fallston my. Or. And mrs. Charles Grancel arc _ _ Fago Ting and smocking. The group spending. Somp Urilov the world s 1 pediments. They gladly pass on their stands during country fairs. This is Best and most scientific methods to told the following Story a Little Bird once flew to the Southland and there raised its Little i about the Middle of october. Those 0ne of the projects used in More pro present Werc mrs. Thomas Norris 1 Church to use. One of the men Gressie Mission Fields. Others Are the mrs Cooper mrs. Walton use of radio travelling libraries Coopers mrs. Chester Mclaug Liri movies agricultural exhibits and the org Howard , mrs. Charles approach. This last is an Stewart mrs. Harvey Stewart mrs. Brood my went Well till a Forest fire amazingly successful idea used by a Caleb mrs Randall Morris worker in Shansi. She wins mrs Coop re misses Helen troke out and the nest was in danger j Bird dashed frantically to the teaching the women Matha Cisi Margaret Miller Edith Ivera is i River lifted a few drops of water on to make Ras dolls for the Stewart Margaret and Edith Draper its wings and flew Back to the Forest j1 am for a set of patterns and and master Clarence Stewart. To put out the fire. Again and again j songs which go with them right he repeated this till his futile efforts think should be effective come to the of in Ahi hot i caught the attention of kind heaven

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