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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli time paly if a of Tim it Domni Orty. Vol. La. No. 9 Dexta York county. March 2, 1983 Stablish to locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford miss Isabel Galbreath spent the week end As guest of miss Eva Nora Wise of Bryansville. Mrs. Albert Stubba slate Hill spent a few Days in Baltimore recently. Misses Edith Wiley Delta and Nel lie Fantom slate Hill spent a Day recently in Baltimore. Mrs. William Ensminger main st., spent two weeks with her Mother mrs. Susan Bruah of York Haven a. Or. And mrs. Howard Proctor sr., and Edward Wilson spent Friday in Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Hubert Roberts and children mrs. William p. Roberts and mrs. Katheryn Norris of Wilmington visited at the Home of mrs. William t. Norris saturday and sunday. Miss Marion Fisher a student at Pennsylvania state teacher s College West Chester spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. We. J. Fisher. Mrs. Lizzie d. Williams Wilming ton was a week end guest of rela Tives Here. Misses kit Buchard of Pottstown and Jean Mercer of red Bank . Students at Cedar Crest College spent sunday and monday with friends Here band movement in High schools gains headway plans looking to the formation of Parade and concert bands in the slate Ridge and Delta High schools Are rapidly taking shape and the movement is receiving Hearty support from patrons and teachers. Following the business meeting of High night j the p. T. A. At slate Ridge school March on 6, the monday matter of band at that school will be thoroughly discussed. Messes. William k. Baxter and h. H. Wilder will not Only outline the plan usually followed in such undertakings but will demonstrate the use of the various instruments pm a band. All questions will be answered frankly and. An Effort made to acquaint the patrons of the school with every detail of the project. Delta plans meeting a similar meeting has been called for the patrons of the Delta schools to be held at the High school on and attended the funeral of Ivan Morris. Miss Odessa weeks entertained her cousins or. And mrs. Stillman Risbey of new York recently. The w. H. Becker family of York spent saturday in Delta with friends. They were former residents Here. Or. And mrs. Frank Grove and son Donald of York spent sunday at the Homes of or. And mrs. Roy Thompson and or. Mrs. Robert Roberts of Delta brother and Grove. Sister of mrs. Mrs. Charles Holland of Philadel i thursday evening March 9, at s o clock a questionnaire at this school j brought favourable answers from Over j thirty pupils from the sixth Grade to the twelfth Many of them being girls. Misses. Baxter and Wilder will also attend this meeting and give a prac tical demonstration of the use of All the instruments ordinarily used in a band of that size. The matter of organization will be explained and the plan for preliminary training outlined. Prof. A. H. Morris director of the Fawn Grove band who will instruct the newly formed bands will be pre sent at both meetings. Students who gave favourable an Swers to the questionnaire at the Delta schools Are As follows Mary Eliza Beth Sellers Paul Curtis Scott we. Arthur heaps Benny Tobin Cletus w. Donald w. Dick Julia m. Cowley Elaine Williams Emily proc Ter Emma Kohler Robert Macomber miss Florence Mcconkey visited her brother and family of Aldan pa., a few Days last week. Or. Mccon key is recuperating at his Home from an operation for appendicitis several weeks ago. He is employed by the postal Telegraph company Philadel phia. Mrs. Wilmot j. Adams of Drexel Hill is the guest of her Mother mrs. A. J Matron. George heaps son of or. And mrs. N. W. Heaps of Delta has accepted a position in new York. Mrs. Chester Mclaughlin and mrs. Mary e. Coyne were Guesta of mrs. John Fantom recently. Or. And mrs. Francis j. Morgan Ivan b. Morris victim of crash wife sustains minor bruises in Auto Accident. Friday night near Quarryville car strikes Telephone pole Mary Gladys Jones Roland Pearthree Max Scarborough William Galbreath Price Scott Thomas Crawford Marguerite Sellers James Dinsmore Jennie Burke m. Isabel Hughes Lulu Payne Edwin Mclaughlin Charles Johnston Joe Johnston Harvey Wayne Thelma Roberta Ruth White Ford Ruth King Jones and Langdon Carico. Tabernacle evangelical brotherhood meets the brotherhood of Tabernacle e evangelical Church met at the Church on tuesday evening. The following program was Given scripture read ing and Short address by or Hale and or and mrs. John Peck and prayer Reading Clyde Morris Reci son Jackie of Lancaster spent last station Eva Ruth Hale Reading Ralph sunday with or. An mrs. Hugh r. Evans continued on Page fire Harford county fair association meets the stockholders of the Harford county fair association held their annual meeting on saturday february 25, in Bel air to elect officers. The same Board of directors was reinstated with one exception major Robert h. Archer taking the place of d. G. Harry. They then reorganized Richie address mrs. Sarah Little Trio mrs. John Walker miss Ruth Hale and Alex Draper recitation Bertha Beard violin Solo Hutchin son Hamilton a social hour was enjoyed. Co Tuple celebrate 41st wedding anniversary or. And mrs. Edward Wilson car diff celebrated the forty first anniversary of their wedding saturday february 25, by giving a family Din Ner at their Home. Those present were or. Mrs. Edward Wilson mrs Delta High defeat in a closely contested game Delta High triumphed Over Bel air High on wednesday at the latter s new gymnasium Erie Edas a Wing of the main building., although held scoreless in the first period Delta turned the tables by not Only holding their opponents score j ? less in the second period but also of Tuff scored them 7 to 5. A the final periods of Jefry j even each team scoring 7 final score was 14 to 12. F no individual players was Wortley of note the Delta team having acquired the Knack of teamwork and a fast passing attack which functioned with a marked degree of Success. It seems entirely possible that Delta with the material on hand should put Forth a championship team next season. Bel air will play a return game at Delta in the near future which should prove to be of great interest. The Lack of Community support evidenced in the past is very disheartening to the members of the local team and they ask for stronger support of their activities. Comic Era Robin presented by the to ton Light opera company in the auditorium of the William Penn High Yorito on tuesday afternoon Eor uary 28 Long those from Delta were the and mrs. A. H. Zim and mrs. Raymond or. And mrs. Harvey Sid b w. Jones mrs. Mary i. Box score Tor and son Edward and miss Elizabeth Wilson of Baltimore with Hamilton Amoss president t. J George Davis and son Edward of Roy Brookes Secretary and senator Norristown pa., mrs. Edward proc a. G. Ensor treasurer. The fair will be held As usual Dur ing the second week of october if the Board s plans materialize. Receipts at last year s fair were considerably Short of previous years but in spite of this the Secretary was Able to Inake a very satisfactory re port. Bel air Cronin f Weber f Hopkins c Daneker c Michael g Archer g total Delta Barton f Johnston f Wise c Stubbs c Wickes g Crawford g Tarbert g total 1st 2nd Bel air 5 0 Delta 0 7 g 2 1 0 0 1 0 Roberts m Case Moore Eleanor l. Manifold a. Alice Wheeler Kathryn Diehl m. Elaine Lau Marian Strayer Mary Gladys and Louise Jones Julia Cowley Alice Skillman Florence and Virginia Houser Mildred Chandlee Mary e. Dunlap Ida Mae Grafton Eva Nora Wise Olla Barnett Helen Roberta Mildred Baker Pauline Clark Emma Montgomery Hazel Ramsay Sada Pyle Faye Pickel Ruth Spidle Hilda Ruff Belva Wil son Sara Torbert Eugenia Stubbs Jennie Schwartz Charlotte Holland Ruth King Jones Rebecca Brooks Helen Wirt Louise Findley Anna Enfield Esther Montgomery Emily Proctor Mildred Whitaker Marguer Ite Sellers Ella and Mary Beard Grace Wise Ruth Wise Sophia to minstrel show the local Council daughters of America gave a lady minstrel show in the firemen s theatre on thurs Day evening to a Large and appreciative audience. Those taking part were As follow end men Mildred Pyle Margaret Williams Anna Hughes Erma Grace Stewart and Olive Walker interlocutor Ida Tweedle and pianist corafpjyler., chorus Esbanolia Jmc Ivan Brooks Morris aged 22 years a student at Millersville state teach ers College was instantly killed and his wife mrs. Mary Elizabeth Morris suffered lacerations bruises and Shock when the car in which they Riding crashed into a Telephone pole near Quarryville while they were or route from Allentown to their Home Here on last Friday night. The Accident happened at about o clock on the Robert Fulton Highway about two Miles South of Quarryville. According to state Highway patrolman John a. Ammon who made an investigation the Young i Man failed to see a curve in the Road and lost control of his car which hit the pole with terrific Force. Mrs. Frank Koenig of Unicorn the next person to reach the scene and she stopped to give assistance. The two injured persons were placed in her car and taken first to Quarryville and then to new Providence in search of a physician. Or. John b. Helm at the latter place pronounced the Young Man dead be sides other severe injuries his Chest Vas badly crushed. Mrs. Morris was treated for bruises on the ankle and lacerations. She was just recovering from injuries suffered in december she was struck by an Automo bile while alighting from an electric car in Pottstown. The body of Young Morris was taken to the funeral Home of Carf Reynolds Quarryville and later brought to the Home of William t. Morris Delta father of mrs. Morris by Hubert p. Harkins a local under taker. The Young Man was a son of or. And mrs. Abel Morris of Belview near Delta and besides his parents and widow is survived by a brother and a. Mildred Butler Nora Leamon Mabel Blaney Margaret Pennington Cora Pennington Esther Mclaughlin and Gertrude Lloyd. Opening chorus can t you hear me All american and minstrel songs Pink Grace Stew Art just an Echo in the Esther Mclaughlin How am i do Mildred Pyle when Mother played the fit As a Olive Walker Rock a Bye Nora Leamon Sweet tree top end men Busy Ameri Anna Hughes you be got me in the Palm of your Margaret Rennington dark town stutters Erma Uhler meet me tonight Bijj the cow Margaret Williams finale just a Little Street where g 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 bin Martha Baer messes. Donald i old friends meet and sweethearts Sny der Randall Mclaughlin jr., 1 music and act by members William Cowley jr., William w. Gal of orchestra vocal Solo miss Beryl Wyman Reading miss Alma Macomber selections by the Happy Langdon Carico Robert Macom Taer. Mrs. Randall Mclaughlin 4 ,9 Charles and Joseph Johnston Harold i misses Ethel Hughes and Charlotte Maxwell i Rigdon tableau America the Beau breath Mason Williams Samuel 0 Ward Proctor Sidwell w j Cowley to Williams Paul Wise n. 4 j Scarborough jr., William Arthur 2 heaps jr., Vallie Williams Carroll 0 Thompson John Russell Williams 4 Benjamin Tobin Leroy Williams 3 j Roy Kohlbus Wilmot Jones Thomas n i Crawford Idns Dunlap. 1 6 2 14 3rd 3 4 4th 4 3 total 12 14 Lions addressed by s. E. Mcmaster 1 the Mason Dixon Lions club held Highland Grange minstrels their regular meeting at the car Del entertain Large audience hotel monday evening february 27. Several guests were invited among a Fine entertainment was Given i them being s. E. Mcmaster principal Friday evening february 24, by the speaker whose topic was the rail Large House Burns Al slate Springs fire of unknown origin completely destroyed a Good sized dwelling at j slate , belonging to Lena mrs. C. C. Butler hostess Rigdon Whiteford at 8.30 this even cel of social club Friday j my. Nlrwin f i the House which was vacated by i Howard f the social club held their regular rip Ball was to have been occupied Stanley c Delta girls Defeated in a preliminary game the Delta girls were completely outclassed in every stage of the game. Although fighting valiantly they were Over whelmed to the tune of 22 to 10. Box score g f Highland Grange minstrels to a full House at the Highland Hall. Prof. A. H. Graybeal As interlocutor with Emory Mcfadden Charles Gladden William Richardson and Road problem of the other visitors each made a Short address. Sister miss Romaine Morris at Home. He was a. Graduate of the Delta High school class of 27, and had taught several years in the peach Bottom township schools. At the time of his death he was attending the state teachers College at Millersville. Mrs. Morris is a student at Cedar Crest College. Their marriage which took place at Ellicott City md., Over a year ago was not made known until after the Accident. The funeral was held from the Home of William t. Morris East main Street on monday afternoon at o clock. After Brief services at the House the cortege proceeded to the evangelical Church Bryansville where Church services were conducted to the revs. Clair c. Kreidler and John Hammond. The body was interred in the adjoining cemetery. Members of it. Hebron Lodge i. Of o f., conducted the services of the order at the grave. The pallbearers were fiends of the Young Man As follows Lewis scar Borough g. Leroy Holden Vernon Rigdon James Morris Samuel Wil son and Guy Kreider. Floral tributes were carried by the following girls Dorothy Williams Clara Findley Mary e. Scarborough Margaret Gal breath Charlotte Holland Mabel Ailes Kathaleen Noerr Ada Noerr Katherine Buchard and Jean Mercer. The last two Are room mates of mrs. Morris at Cedar Crest College. In addition to the Large number of relatives and friends from this locality the funeral was attended by Many of the students of the College where or. Morris was a student or. Landis b Tanger president and prof. Those present were s. E. Mamas Tuceillo Dean of men Millersville and Ter. Supervising agent a. R., prof. William Wilson Supen Nten Baltimore w w. Stelts produce Dent of county schools meeting at the Home of mrs. C. C Butler main Street on Friday after noon the following officers were elected for the year president mrs. O. H. Heaps vice president mrs. C. C. Secretary mrs. H. J. Evans treasurer mrs. B. W. Jones. Those present were mrs. William Stubbs mrs. J. T. Gaily mrs. V. G. Stubbs mrs. C. A. Hawkins mrs. Leroy Rig Don mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. H. J. Evans mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Harry Robinson mrs. Richard Rees mrs. Howard Proctor mrs. C. C. Butler. Surf cd drum at car pm by James heaps who had arranged to move there on Friday the Delta Cardiff firemen were forced to devote their efforts toward saving an adjoining residence occupied by the Mclyn tyres which was in constant danger from the intense heat. Three Calls in week the fire company boys were called out on two other occasions this week. On monday the flue at Howard Proctor s residence in Cardiff occupied their attention and Grimm s restaurant called them on tuesday to extinguish a Chimney fire no loss being suffered at either of these fires. Worthington c Galbreath g Williams g total Delta Kamsay f Ruff f Holland c Findley s c Brooks g Morris g Illg Tiland Grange j Osti ones debate 9 g 1 3 0 0 0 0 4 22 f 1 1 0 0 0 0 Rush Orr As Eric men kept the crowd agent a. R., Baltimore h d in a continuous laugh. I Seely agent a r r York h p. Others taking part in the show Hart freight representative a were Robert Richardson Max Han r r. York and c. H. Taylor of the i Kins Paul Galbreath William Davis Cono Mgo Power co., Cono Mgo the Highland Grange held its Rygr i Charles gulp Kenneth and Wallace i Lions h. ,1 m a Hyson c. P. Ular meeting on wednesday Gebru Wilson Thomas Wallace Earl Jones Morton r l. Roberts h. M. Ruff n Ary 22, at Highland Hall with More and Clayton Merryman approximately seventy five dollars was realized which will be used for the Benefit of the Hall. M c. Scarborough Wilson a Gorrell Ross Anderaon t. Rooms Wiley j m master. Scarborough w. Howard Webb than one Hundred people attending. C. Gaily. E w. Roberts Guy the re port of the Pomona meeting it Forest Hill was Given by the recitations and d. T j it is expected that the show will 31 be repeated elsewhere in the near future. Community club Wheeler Paul Lefever a t Bradley music furnish cd an interesting pro prof. A. H. Zimmerman n a. Heaps Many were called upon to give prof. A h Graybeal Howard proc their reason for joining the Grange Tor i. , or. H s Allen which proved to he very instructive. J s Yunus c. C. Stifler. The debate which was scheduled 1 _ Lor this meeting was postponed due 4 2 10 Bel air Delta 1st 12 2 2nd 3 3 3rd 0 4 4th 7 1 total 22 10 the regular meeting of the Cardiff Community club will be held at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter Proctor on Friday evening March 3, at 8 o clock. Card party to the inability of one of the team to be present a card party for the Benefit of the Mason and Dixon Library will be held at the Library room on Friday. March hold a Bako Sale in o c. Jones store bake Sale the Rehoboth Temple workers will 17, at 2 p. M. Room Kos paper

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