Delta Herald Times in Delta, Pennsylvania 2 Mar 1933
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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald tucks thursday March 2, classified ads s i it s Worth Selling it s Worth classified am Kates Cash with order Oge insertion two cents a word Al insertions. One cent word Odd but True card of thanks 50 Cental resolutions 1 cent and a half a word i in me Moriani. 1 cent and a halt a word i minimum charge for each and. 25c. Phone Delta 157 j a of sited ads. Will be accepted up to. 10 a. M. Thursdays or publication same week. The Herald times will not be responsible for errors in More than the first insertion of any advertisements. Orders to discontinue advertisements must be in writing or made at the office. The Herald times will not be responsible for Telephone cancellations. Wanted to rent House in Delta or Vicin to. With conveniences. Apply the Delta Herald times. Sale or rent for property in Harford county. Md., 1 mile South East of Fawn Grove or will rent the House. Apply to h. E. Torbert. Bridgeton. A. Sale or House in Cardiff with garage Garden and poultry House. Apply to Charles s. Rampley Delta a. For cows. Hughes Delta. A. Byron p. 2-23-2t Monet to lend first mortgage Only. A few Small Charles h. Mac Nab b. Cardiff. 2-23-tf cosy apartment for two. Living bed room Bath room Kitchen. Room. 2-2-tf for rent six room House with water and Light in Delta. Apply to h. Charles Scarborough phone Cardiff 19-r-ll. To for Sale White leghorn baby Chicks. Also custom hatching. Prices reasonable. Hobert s. Foard. Bocks. Md., phone Jarrettsville 12-f-13. T s Tair carpet 20c cd. Bed Davenport up Iron Beds records of phonographs 7-pc. Painted bed room suite parlor suites to Gas ranges Fibre suite mattresses sterilized Large hugs tables up. Many other bar gains. Trade in furniture Exchange 55 Clark York. A. Ave. Rear National hotel 1-26-tf Sale Index Public Sale of horses cows Bull and boar hour. And farming simple to o All kinds on thursday March 1, 1933 at o clock noon on the Gil Bert Ruff farm on the Road leading from Public Sale of livestock and farming my lenient Friday. March 3. 1933 at 12.00 noon. E. W. Jones five Forks r. O. Mclaughlin auctioneer. William b. Aues late of peach Bottom township. Tork county Pennsylvania de ceased on his farm in said township about Miles East of Delta on the Road from slate Ridge cemetery to the old Ramsay tavern stand on Friday March 24, at o clock noon. R. O. Mclaughlin auctioneer Ella Virginia 3f personal property of late. Of Lone. Executrix. A 3-2-4t Legal notices list ate of Louie my Grimm late of township do ceased. Alters of administration on said Vinogr been granted to the under nil persons indebted thereto Are de to make immediate payment those claims or demands it the name will present them with out delay or settlement to the under residing at Gettysburg. Pennal Herbert l. Grimm 2-2-61 administrator. Born or. And mrs. Daniel Stewart of Delta announce the birth of a Daugh Ter on monday. February 27. United Gomer want Street . Hot Rev land of be motion Otyce we. On Soch cd tvs mow Charles Gladden of Baltimore was a recent visitor of his sister mrs. J. W. Davis. Mrs. Lucian Kegley of Jarrettsville. Has returned to her Home after spending a few Days with her Mother mrs. Viola Harkins. Mrs. James Amos who has been quite ill during the past week is improving. Or. And mrs. Harry Hood entertained at dinner and Bridge Friday evening february 24. Mrs. Roland Davis spent part of the week with her sister miss Nellie Scarborough of Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Thomas Pho Elgas have returned to their Home in Norfolk Virginia after a. Week s visit with their or. And mrs. We. Day. Or. And mrs. Roland Baltimore were week end guests of their parents or. And mrs. C. Davis. The Highland ladies Aid society was entertained thursday afternoon by mrs. George d. Wilson. Miss Jeannette Deran of Balti More spent saturday and sunday with her parents or. And mrs. J. J. . Or. And mrs. Stewart o. Day were sunday guests of or. And mrs. James Day of Hellam a. Or. And mrs. Charles Price of Baltimore were entertained at dinner sunday by Rev. And mrs. W. A Price. Dietrich rothers nails wire Metal lath steel Sash Coal chutes wire mesh Baltimore fabricated steel ornamental Iron reinforcing steel warehouse service angles beams channels plates bars a columns of the people the the a Juru Toft of Choc a to off or. Pc sctt Rock or. Pyle was a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and was engaged in the insurance business and farm ing. The funeral services were held on sunday afternoon at 2 o clock at his Home in charge of Seth l. Kinsey of York his life Long Friend who used As the subject of his discourse be still and know that i am favorite poems and hymns were give. In. Mrs. G. M. Baer read of Why should the spirit of mortal be and the male chorus of slate Ridge Church messes. A. H. Zimmerman Milford Wheeler Marshall heaps and Clark Gailey Lead kindly Light and nearer my god to the body was taken to Louden Park cemetery. Baltimore on monday where it was cremated. Undertaker w. H. Webb of Fawn Grove had charge of the arrangements. Irwin Delta one son Samuel Irwin Delta a sister miss Anna Morris of York and five Brothers Albert Abel and Jacob Morris Delta Calvin mor Ris Philadelphia and Wilson Morris Warrensburg to. She was a daughter of the late Phineas Morris and wife and lived All her life in this Vicinity. The funeral services were held at the Home on tuesday afternoon at one o clock in charge of Rev. B. W. Jones pastor of Slateville presbyterian Church. The pallbearers were Nelson c. Dinsmore Ira Miller Channel Wheeler Graham Thompson j. O. Anderson and Roy Smith. The interment was made in slate Ridge cemetery. W. H. Webb charge of the arrangements. Had married or. William t. Morris announces the marriage of his daughter Mary Elizabeth to or. Ivan Brooks Morris february 13, 1932. Public Sale of valuable real estate Roland Cullum Roland a. Cullum aged 39 years died at his Home at Dublin md., on tuesday february 21, from a com plication of diseases. August Lay on saturday March 11, 1933 at p. M. Will be offered at Public Sale the farm known As Mabel Irwin deceased on the Road leading from Delta to York one mile North of Delta. A Fine farm containing 102 acres Well watered and in Good state of cultivation the property of Louise Irwin Knerr and m. Euretta Irwin in. O. Mclaughlin auctioneer. I adv.2-2-2t August Lay aged 65 years died on monday at p. M. At his Home near Delta from a heart attack. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mar Garet Thompson Lay and the Fol he is survived by his widow mrs. Lowing children mrs. Stephen Cooper Florence Johnson Cullum and two Whiteford r. Mra. Claude Henry children Wilbur and Hensel his j Delta r. Mrs. Ralph Gallion Dar Mother mrs. Mary Cullum of Perry i Lington misses Kathryn and mar following William Point and the Brothers mrs. Delta mrs. Andrew Singleton Perry Point mrs. Charles Lutz Benson md., mrs. Irvin Shanklin Fullerton Frank Cullum Churchville George Cullum Bel air. And William Cullum Dublin. The funeral was held from his Home on Friday afternoon at Sisters and j Garet at Home August Lay jr., of c. Williams Binghamton n. Y., arid Ramsay Lay at Home a sister mrs. Walter Hart Zell Aberdeen and two Brothers Conrad and Christian Lay. The funeral was held on wednes Day at at the Home and concluding services at the Slateville Church Rev. B. W. Jones officiating. Inter 1-m i 1 1 i r. W. Williams electrical contractor House and Industrial wiring a specially phone 31-r-ll Delta. Penna. Hiim Iii hello everybody o clock and proceeded to the Dublin ment was made in the slate Ridge i or. And mrs. Delmar Cantler of i Church where services were held in i cemetery. A Pitcford announce the birth of a 7 Pound boy on february is. Or. And mrs. Thomas Crown Are rejoicing Over the birth of a son on charge of Rev. Wierer. The pall bearers were Albert Joseph Robert Kelly. Hensel Smith William Terrell. Walter Colman and William Mcguigan. The interment was made in miss. Mary Morris thursday. Mrs. Brown the Southern cemetery. Before her marriage was Gladys Orr daughter of or. Mrs. Joe Orr. Card of thanks the children of the late mrs. Mabel Trwin wish to thank their friends for 1 the kindness and consideration shown them in to Cir recent bereavement. Or. Cullum was a state roads worker but on account of ill health had not been Able to work for some time. Is. Schreibek mrs. Mary Morris aged 79 years died at o clock this morning at the Home of her sister mrs. Ellen Jones in Allentown. I interment will be made in Slateville cemetery on monday afternoon at o clock with graveside services conducted by Rev. John Hammond j Hubert p. Harkins is in charge of the funeral arrangements. Delta Market House opposite Peoples National Bank full line of fresh vegetables and same As you would get in the Best markets in the City and just As reasonable. Maine selected seed potatoes onion sets full line fresh Garden seeds fresh fish Salt Mackerel full line groceries at lowest prices poultry and eggs bought Cash or Trade a. V. Beakes phone 75-k 2 Reamer Brothers Whiteford Maryland phone Cardiff 42-r-2 open 7 we give Best values for less Money Capo of thanks mrs. Ivan b. Morris wishes to acknowledge the boat ii us variety of Lowers and tokens of respect sent to her in Honor of her late husband. She appreciates the thoughtfulness and kindness expressed in these precious gifts Anci is very grateful. Mary Elizabeth Morris. Of thanks we wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindness in our accent bereavement. Mrs. Thomas i Vale. Obituary Thomas i. Thomas l. Pyle aged 60 years 5 months and 25 clays died on thurs Day afternoon at 2 o clock at his Home at Pylesville md., from a com plication of diseases after an illness of four months. He is survived by his wife mrs. Annie Mcguigan Pyle and was the son of the late or. And mrs. L. Pyle. Prominent residents of the Vicinity. Mrs. Sarah Schreiber aged s4 j years cited tuesday evening at a i Hospital in Harrisburg from a comply j cation of diseases. She was the widow of William Schreiber Polta. Surviving arc two children by a former marriage mrs. Howard har Mon of new England and Ernest Douglas of York. The funeral will be held on Friday at the Koljer under taking establishment York at 2 a clock. The interment will be made j if slate Ridge cemetery at j o clock. The family lived Here for number of years. Or. Schreiber con quieted a Barber shop. They wore r. Embers of the Delta Baptist Church mrs. John Irwin j mrs. Mabel Morris Irwin widow i of John t. Irwin of Delta r. D., died j at o clock on sunday morning at j the Home of her son in Law and Claugh j or. And mrs. William Knerr of j Reading pa., from a complication of diseases. She was a Rcd aged 62 years. 9 months and 5 Days. J surviving arc five daughters mrs. Harry Trout red lion mrs. Walter Fox Cardiff mrs. William Knerr Reading miss m. Euretta. Irwin Washington d. C. And miss Olive m. Subscribe now in a i .h-m-1 1-1-t furniture upholstering repairing Cane work Jerome h. Siders 387 s. Albemarle St. York a. Estimates Given free delivery work called for i i i i i h he 1 i 1 i i i i i h Howdy folks our business is just like a wedding nothing but kisses from the wife and congratulations from the customers me think ton. Because i know it really i have plenty of nerve but some Litas the ladies Embarrass me by the Nice things they say a bout our meats and survive. It makes me think too i know it can t Al be True. But. 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