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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 8, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaView the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York courtly Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county. Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 10 Helta. York col i a. Thursday March 8, 1934 established All counties to participate in spelling Bee lad and lass have birthday party have Golden wedding Young couple celebrate wedding Anniv Fusary feature is part of Celebration for free school act reports received by the depart ment of Public instruction indicate that practically every county in the state will be represented in the finals mrs. Davis entertained a group of Young people at her Home in White Ford on saturday March 3, m Honor of the fourteenth birthday Annivera f sary of miss Mabel Whiteford and Billy Davis. Those present were i Mabel and Scott Whiteford. Julia and Billy Cowley Margaret and Edith Draper Eleanor Cox Minnie Bay Alice Anna Harry Edward Stewart Margaret Scarborough a Frank Day Garthe Hamilton mar of a state wide championship spell j Garet Henry Romaine and James ing free sponsored by the department i Kerr Leslie and Billy Davis. In Harrisburg on april 4. This feature is one of the events planned by the department for its White word boy share in Observance of the 100th anniversary of the passage and signing of the free school act which took place april 1, 18s4. The week of april 1-7 has been set aside As Perm of his parents or. And mrs. Given Surprise anniversary Celebration Hubert p. Harkins and son John or. And mrs. Kenneth Jones misses Mabel Ailes Eleanor Wilson mar Garet and Louise b in Ley messes. Kenneth Morris and Marvin Findley. Or. And mrs. B. F. Morris or. And mrs. B. F. Morris of Fawn Sylvania education week for Cerebra Harry Sliver. The evening was spent Grove celebrated their Golden wed Tion of the Centennial. The general in playing games and music. At a anniversary on tuesday March 6. I reasonable hour refreshments were Public and the schools will observe j reasonable hour refreshments were Weddig years ago was through the Spring months mrs. Allan Stratch to rough uie opium Pearce or and mrs. Allan aerate ii scores of High schools featuring their mrs. C a Pennington misses March Charm. Event to their commencement exer Hazel wedding took place in our cases in. May and june. Jul Uco a Mckinley Geho sobe weddin White dress with Bonnet and gloves to the Groom a Light complexioned Young Man of Manly deportment wore a Black dress suit with gloves to match the Bride s dress. At Happy couple proceeded to the residence of the Bride s parents where they with relatives and friends of the Bride and Groom were served with the sub Stantial and the delicacies of the county is being undertaken by the Mary Sliver messes Glenn Lloyd respective county superintendent of Henry Ford Donald Hughes William j schools with the co operation of Dis Glasgow Hyde Dooley Joe i to Noe Tare strict superintendents. In or. And mrs. James Morris Cele biased their first wedding anniversary or saturday evening March 3, at j their Home in Delta. After Partak n of a delicious Turkey dinner cards exercises commemorating Tho for were enjoyed until a late hour. Anniversary of the founding those present were or. And mrs. Of Delta Chapel Drew a Large and appreciative crowd to that edifice on sunday morning. The program in eluded several addresses. Excerpts from the talk Given by w. H. Gal breath a. M will be found elsewhere in this Story. Mrs. Mary Lecrone states that in ithe summer of 1887, her paternal Grandfather Robert Ramsay deeded to Slateville congregation for the lot of ground extending from the Alley to Chestnut Street and from the t. Dale Stewart property to that of Hugh j. Evans. This was to be used for Church purposes Only and was supposed to be sufficiently Large to allow for the erection of a Church and parsonage girls make aprons mrs. Lecrone then a Young woman of being urged by the pastor the Rev. D. M. Davenport organized a sewing society of the Young people which met at her Home. The group comprised the following misses Mary Arnold. Mary Williams. Cath Erine Morris Amelia Stewart Odessa weeks Ida Sallie and Annie Ramsay. Was per sumptuously and some time during i to n i top Robinson the Rev. Ithe night took their departure await e Dis Glasgow Hyde Dooley Joe Robmson offic at p m ing another wedding. Most Edward Jones Paul Tarbert Hugh for the ceremony or. Morris is one of social service club meets at Whiteford Home the March meeting of the social service club of Slateville was held at the Home of miss Margaret Silver on Friday evening. March 3. The president miss Verba Snodgrass had charge of the meeting. Several pro lets which could be worked out by the club during the year were Dis cussed. Five new members were enrolled As follows mrs. R. O Mclaughlin mrs. W a Sparks mrs. Orville Gehr misses Ethel Hughes and Charlotte Rigdon. Several selections were rendered by the Happy mrs. R. O. Mclaughlin misses Hughes and Charlotte Rigdon. Those present were mrs. Hazel gulp mrs. Anna Silver mrs. Brooke Snow purchasing two spools of Cotton for ten cents and securing a. Gift of some Iong cloth they Cut out and stamped o. . Kyj Louft vilouij., i ice l. grass mrs. Alfred Peele mrs. Wac a when finished found try Vinson mrs b. W. Jones mrs. Morris is one of York county s ton Johnson mrs b. W. Jones mrs. Ready Sale i hairy Ruff jr., Nave been made so that the county t representative in the final spell Down at Harrisburg May be selected before March 26. Ivies the elimination contest for York county will toe in court room no mrs. W. A. Sparks r. O. Mclaughlin misses mar building begins William Ramsay offered to begin Margaret i work on a Chapel donating his own found the Brilliant audience. At ten minutes have six children. Sixteen living rhe bridal a Jirav drove up grandchildren and six great grand Jav i Riss the. Cortege moved up he Hes in mama Mildred Oler accspt.3. Ltd by new building and cleared the older folks held a. Supper at the same time but there is no record of the amount cleared. These two affairs f rv7y politics politics teachers. Cantler conducted the devotions. A the ceremony lift up mine i the Bride who is noted for her Grace the taste wore a sunday newspapers. Clerk to the York county loj crazy politics was staged with the usual amount of commotion and however everything is pastor delivers address on Church activities on monday evening at the missionary prayer meeting that convened at Rehoboth Church the pastor. Rev Hammond presented an excellent that was both instructive and depicted the March entertainment committee had charge of the literary program. A Reading Mother i was Given by miss Margaret Wil Liams and a Reading the Little by mrs. Walter Cantler mrs Joseph Beard gave a Reading and also an interesting talk on sunday school attendance. The following it tees were appointed for the meeting social miss Anna chairman miss Cassandra Stuek local happenings to miss Winifred Harvey one of the Telephone operators has been ill for the past three weeks suffering with cold mrs. Anna Ewing of Baltimore miss Etta Larue William Jacobs and Oscar Jacobs All of Aberdeen called sent sunday with or and mrs. A. C. Mobley and daughter Margaret Clarence c. Galbreath Brandy my summits was visiting at his Home litre last saturday afternoon. Miss Lizzie Moore was taken ill with bronchial pneumonia on last thursday Milit is said to be showing Gratifying improvement John Little son of or and mrs j. Calvin Lurphy is ill with measles. New building. Thus the Chapel had its beginning. The Annex Kitchen lava heat and electric lights have Day and Friday nights March 8 and 0 All the prominent business men in i skirts and wigs and there will be lipstick aplenty and Rouge hats on one ear and lots of fun for the actors Well As the audience everyone in the cast is prepared to give a finished performance and a packed House is assured for to night s performance with a Large and old Bible restored the first Bible used in the Chapel was presented by Zeigler Mccurdy t mrs. J. W Hickman to be Given to the president of the sewing society. Mary e Ramsay now mrs she with her helpers placed it on the Chapel pulpit in March 1s89. It had been used discarded and another Bible was on the the Christian Endeavor Bible society missions Sabbath school and Many other auxiliaries connected therewith Community club names committees at the recent meeting of the car of mrs. Walter Proctor the committees were named to serve for the coming three months ways and Guy Mccurdy mrs. Paul Wilhelm mrs. Richard Rees mrs. Arthur Robinson and mrs William Orr w m Samsell mrs. Howard Proctor and mrs. O. H. Heaps place of meeting mrs. Warren Pennington and mrs David Pyle Everett Kilburn miss Anna Kathryn Darnsell kiss Florence Munich mrs. Walter Proctor and mrs. R. L. Williams. Mrs. B. F Ruley mrs. Joel Cantler mrs. Millard Jones and miss Anna Jones mrs. Belva Wil Liams was received into the society As a new member. The meeting closed with prayer by mrs. George Garber. The following were present Rev. B. F. Ruley mrs. Francis Jones mrs Joseph Beard mrs Henry Poff mrs George Garber mrs. S. James Wilson. Mrs William t. Brown mrs. Walter Cantler mrs. William Pearce mrs Emma Cantler mrs. Frank Glenn. Mrs. William Pyle mrs. Caleb Williams mrs James stauffer mrs Alta Hughes mrs. Nora Scamon mrs David Hughes mrs Harry bar of Cardiff on sunday. Mrs Elizabeth Morgan who has been on the sick list is improving. Or and mrs Kenneth Kilgore Havre do Grace md., announce the birth of a son James Baker on february 19. Richard j Hughes who has been the past three months in a has returned Home. Been visiting with her son for the past nine weeks returned to the or daughter mis Gilbert r d 2, on sunday. Williams and Dorytha Rebekah Lodge meets local Man on Auto code committee at a conference of 438 retail Auto lady Hebron Rebekah Lodge no ,53, met m the Odd Fellows Hall on tuesday evening with Noble grand Ida arcs presiding. Nominations i for officers to serve during the com. Ing term were made preparations dealers of Maryland him at the Bel Scro made to assist with the in tar Vedere hotel Baltimore on wed Tain Cal to be Given on sunday after a today Marshall t. Heaps of Cardiff noon for ulc disabled veterans at was made a member of the committee j Perry Point. To enforce code compliance for District no. 2, including Frederick Anne Arundel Baltimore Carroll Howard. Jaxk steals and Harford counties in Maryland March on depression save water residents of Delta arc urged to conserve the water Supply for according to George t. Cantler superintendent of the water works one pump is out of commission and the necessary repair parts have not arrived. Besides there Are several leaks in the Mains which the bad weather have made difficult to locate or repair. In a conversation with w. Wylie Hopkins cashier of the first National Bank. Bel air a few Days ago he i stated that the deposits of that institution have reached the Mark. This Bank opened for business or May 1, of last Yea and has a capital Stock of and a sur an equal amount. This seems week at the Home of her or. Und mrs. Ivan Riley. Littlestown Foj. Mrs Riley recently underwent a tonsil operation. Mrs. Ella Hart and or. And mrs William Hart and children of Balti More spent sunday with the Lor Mer s aunt mrs Marjorie Struett. Of Cardiff. Or. And mrs Harold Orr and Joe Stokes. Philadelphia spent wednes Day at the Home of or and mrs. Georgc Stephens mrs Stephens continues seriously ill William w Williams is nursing a sore hand rails g. Hughes and son. Donald of Baltimore spent saturday with beit Ives Here. Mrs. James Mackinson jr., and daughter Jane spent tuesday with or. And mrs h. J. Handley and family. Misses Margaret and Catherine Lay have returned Home after a two week s visit with their brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Stephen Cooper of Flintville my. Mrs. Frances Barnett has returned to her Home at this place. E. E Pyle miss Laura Myers is ill at the Home miss Odessa weeks. Or. And mrs. Dean Dickson arc visiting relatives in Virginia. Mrs h. H Finch is slowly recovering from a severe cold. Vernon Rigdon. Of Philadelphia s ent the week end with his parents or. And mrs Leroy Rigdon Chest nut Street. Messes. H. A. And Hugh Poff spent saturday afternoon in York. Miss oil3ie Bull a teacher in West Chester College and miss i. Ore spent the week end with their parents or and mrs. W. W Sellers. Miss Marietta Wheeler of York or and mrs j h v. Heeler mrs John Dorgan and son Jackie have been spending a few Days with the termer s Mother. Mrs. George .1 Harry Lamus merchant at 1 Alesville Sulic red severe injury to one hand by a dog bite on monday was treated by a physician. John w Spencer Veteran judge o the orphans court. Bel air is critically ill following an operation a Baltimore Hospital on tuesday the car Del hotel. There Are plenty of Good Reserve tickets so and get yours for the big show crazy l8i councillors Martha Washington Council no 101. Daughters of America met in Myers Hall on monday evening with councillor Orpha Taylor in the chair the outstanding event of the even ing was the presentation of past councillor jewels to the following persons Nellie heaps Tweedle Anna Hughes Margaret Williams. Viola Williams. Edna Walker Sarah Lloyd Cassandra Jones Jennie w in 1 son Nora Lea non Esbanolia Mckimley and Olive Walker. I future events on the Calendar Are annual visit of state councillor Kate icon Kim and Stafl. With a delegation from Baltimore councils on monday evening april 2 a St. Patrick s card party in myers1 Hall monday even Ling March 39 and participation in Ait entertainment to be Given Lor the disabled veterans at Perry Point Hospital on sunday afternoon Larch s. Of. P. Mitzel is confined to her 1d a Henry i irom mrs form Al Harford shucks in Laufik St s and farm la have moved 1 Stanley Amos Larm to Back to live 11 went Back to my old haunt the Chapel. Asking for the Bible i was shown it in the Library backs off paper Moths in full Possession t Fiske it i might take it i me got permission to do so it to York had it a 1 on 4. 1934, n y class paid r the of the Bible As a Oken o tin in appreciation of their teacher the hymnal presented Tay William Padon has Tae lost or i would have had it also tribute to founders or Galbreath recalled Many historical facts in connection with the to those who save v much in time and substance is As of to ought and a port he also re liar cd Lohss Lucy Kilgore and her Usu units i t in the Chapel sundly school tin sunday school Annex was 1 in Jetoo a Little la scr the Mur k n t Crawford missionary society Tiv a tric lights the Kitchen to All Are Clear of Deb will of o. Thomas mrs. Harold Jed Jones and mrs. William Timmons of j Harvey Berkley Harford county Werc guests i of the former s brother s. W. Holden 1 or. Monday. Org c p Morton Chestnut Street suffering from a cold. To a number s suffering from a co. Ditl diff rent a Nomina mrs. Mary Dooley had As guests or Cluro Man of on sunday miss Louise Dooley Kirst superintendent w r Galbreath a Tho first Sun school superintendent and held 1 us Post for Over Twenty five years. He was followed by Russell Ramsay her sister miss Ose Phuc me we o served but a Short time. Eighteen years ago a. G. Dot Lap was chosen for this position and has served continuously Ever since. At the an n j formerly of Churchville m 1 Gonigal will receive the bulk of his Fortune. Being a prominent Church 1 Niv Ersary exercises he was presented a bouquet of eighteen carnations. A widely Russell Ramsay now of Reading big bad of d. C. Of music and botany. Encouragement. Is paper
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