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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 15, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaI a the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland county pa., thursday March vol. Lvi. No. 11 i Temple workers car bumps Man woman s club plans big health meeting court judge expires quintet trims Delta hoop sters fractures leg a health Institute sponsored by the Public welfare department of succumbs following mastoid Pic woman s club and endorsed by operation at Baltimore hos the York county Merji Cai society t Al t game runs into extra per Ivul be held thursday March 22, at p ithe woman s club 223 East Market funeral held saturday Street York. Registration at Joseph Wallazz of Harrisburg suffered the fracture of one leg and name directors for new Bank an interesting meeting of the re j Hoboth Temple workers was held at organization awaits approval of the Home of mrs. Hugh j Evans on Over slab after singing blessed scribed. A. M. The morning program wil1. Judge John. W Spencer aged 82 i consi3t of music and a talk by miss years chief judge of the orphans Helga Pigeon of Harrisburg on court for Harford county died at j adolescence our future men and Midnight thursday March 8, at luncheon will be served Union memorial Hospital Baltimore. 12 to o clock at 40 cents suffering from a persistent ear reservations for the luncheon must trouble for some time his condition resell mrs George Leithiser 1516 was aggravated by a cold and Azemie York. Phone was taken to the Hospital the first of in at the Lun if get of the week where an operation for Mastoiditis was performed on monday. This gave him considerable Relief for the time but his condition addresses by worse on wednesday when he in Perta oae pertaining to the Young Derwent another operation from which to the Middle by monday March 19. At the Lun Cheon a humorous program will be Given. The afternoon session be ginning at o clock will consist by out of town sex gods with close Victory for visitors. Bel air girls also win in one of the most exciting games Ever played on a Basket Ball court in Delta the Delta High Quint lost a lard fought game which ran into two extra periods to the Fawn township cagers at heaps Hall on last Friday night the final score standing 26 to suffered the fracture us unc Rasta ended i car driven by m. R. Maley saturday evening around o clock in front of the Delta Cardiff fire engine House. He failed to rally. Judge Spencer was a native of Harford county and had Long been identified with the agricultural can 4 p Ning and political activities of his Community. He was a member of Bel air m. E. Church where he had Heid an official position for Many years. His popularity was attested 25. With Only seconds to play Craw Ford on the free throw which tied the score 23 to 23, As the game ended. A warm discussion followed some or. And mrs. Wallazz were spend ing the week end with their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. T. H. Wheeler and were returning from the moving picture show when or. Wallazz ant to get a Cigar. In doing so he stepped in front of or. Malay s car. Or. W. E. Arthur of Cardiff was where the injured Man was taken was called. Each member responded with a verse from the Bible. The election of officers for the com ing year followed. Mrs. Hugh r. Evans who has held the office of president for the past three years asked to be released on account of failing health. Mrs. Edward Stewart was elected in her Stead. The other vice president mrs. Secretary miss lnn0 i j others contending that it Hap Nursery service provided from 1 to s c w a resumes work opened before. It is said the game will be protested and if the league officials uphold the protest the game Over the same place and made him As comfortable As possible under the Circum stances. The next morning he was removed to the Keystone Hospital Harrisburg. In the ambulance be i caging to Hubert p. Parkins. Williams treasurer miss Mary Etta Williams. Those present were mesdames Hugh j. Evans Hugh r. Evans n. M. Scarborough Robert l. Roberts Elsie Evans Sydney Davies Everett Kilburn Ernest Roberts William r. Williams William w. Williams Flem i Aucul unless the necessary approval of the Federal authorities is withheld the Long continued efforts of the citizens of this Community to provide adequate banking facilities to take the place of the Peoples National Bank which failed to reopen after National Bank Holiday a year ago soon be crowned with Success. According to the Best information we can obtain All arrangements have been made for a new Braniza nation to be called the Delta National Bank. Sufficient Stock has been sub scribed for and a Board of directors named. It is highly probable that approval of the Federal authorities will be secured by the end of the after an interruption of several within a very Short time. Years. His popularity was attested weeks due to dad weather c w a Kohlbus of the red by the Gratifying vote he always re workers resumed work on the Delta gushed himself with four Field goals chives for the office of judge of the sci look this morning coupled with his Fine defensive work. _ _ inn a be Able Rcawford and Wickes were retired on Fawn fire auxiliary a selects president orphans court. Three sons survive c Clyde spen cer president of the Board of county commissioners s. Stanley Spencer member of the Bel air bar and jus Tice of the peace and Norman g. Spencer of Emmerton. His wife passed away a few years ago. Funeral services were held from the Home of his son c. Clyde spen sex by Mim on saturday afternoon i High a Nooi grounds i it is hoped that they May be Able Crawford and Wickes were retired on to Complete their project before the account of personal fouls. Warfield end of the month which is the limit Center for Fawn was the Star player i of with four Field. At c w a activities other local happenings of interest the visiting team with four Field goals and two free throws. Ing Evans g. T. Griffith Alonzo Wilson Ellen Rupert Vernon Knopp Hugh r. Thomas Robert c. Rob etts Edward Stewart Arthur heaps Kate Edwards Jennie Wilson the Rev. And mrs. John Hammond misses Myra Williams Elizabeth Williams after serving for seven years As president of the ladies auxiliary of the Fawn Grove fire company mrs. John Barton was reelected for her eighth term at a special meeting of that organization held in the fire Myra Wui iams ived Mary Etta Williams Enid Lewis Sara Evans and Ellen Rowlands. Easter Sunrise service plans Are being completed for an the new institution is to be capitalized at with a surplus of this Stock is said to be oversubscribed and the amount stipulated by the Federal department of banking to be paid in has been that East Sunrise service to be held at esd at 7 o clock Sutor sunday As or. W. Other omers in. it pm nested that i _ in Miriom t tit apr Board of directors under the requirements of the Federal government As of july 1, 1934, directors must own at least Worth of Stock m the institution. The Board of directors for the new Bank All of whom meet these be. Arthur Cardiff William j. Fisher mrs. Charles Myers visited in Point Lead. Delta had dumber Lancaster last week. Mrs. Mary a. Evans is visiting mrs. Jit. Zion cemetery. His charge of the Mington Del. In the extra periods Fawn scored vice president mrs. C. I morning in which it is expected Earthur Cardiff William j. Ujj Isner. A Field goal and a foul to Delta s 3econd the members of the various churches a Quy w Scarborough White Lone Field goal giving them a one i t j g. Secretary mrs. I town will participate. Harvey Stewart slate Hill a. Lead. Delta had a number of the following tentative Wigeon a. Heaps Pylesville my. Treasurer miss has been arranged processional the i Gamuel b Focardi rocks my. Guy assistant treasurer Day of invocation Weste Majl Delta r. D. And Christ i Charles h schuster. Jarrettsville the or Artilur has been named foul shots but for some reason seemed unable to bag them. Anderson assistant the Fawn township reserves de William Anderson pianist miss hymn in the Cross Otje treated the Delta juniors in a close mrs s j. Barnett was the guest of game 21 to 20. The same evening r or and mrs. C. C. Butler the past the Bel air High school girls team Kun. Delta. High lassies to 1 Piast glory a capture w. C. T. U. Plans meeting a Public meeting of the w. C. T. U. Will be held in the m. P. Church on Friday evening March 23, at 8 week. The tune of 9 to 3. Armstrong will be the guest speaker. She presents alcoholic a program will be Given by they. P b. And l. T. L. Organizations. The Parent teachers associations of Val Ley school Bryansville slate Ridge and Delta High Are urged to attend. Or. And mrs. Harold Butler had As their guest this week miss Mary Mickey of Oak vice a. Mrs. Laura Myers who has been extremely ill at her Home with miss Ioco i continues in a critical i Johnston Cooley Mary Kohlbus swamped the Delta High lassies to Snyder program com a erection Rev. John Elmer Warner mrs. Mond special music easter mrs. Harry Sage the Rev. B. W. Early Jones one will be held Benediction recessional the Day the score at the Home of mrs. Clyde Stewart of Resurrecion. I the Box score of the main game april 2. Cemma Hlor at for old under the plans As Tready made the new Bank when it opens is to Fawn misses Ruth and Anna Wheeler spent the week end with their parents or. And mrs. Thomas _ h Wheeler. Mutual fire insurance company holds annual meeting of members John Lloyd received word on Mon Day that his son John jr., had been seriously injured in a dynamite explosion in Forest Hill California. Miss Rose Bower has been the guest of miss Letitia Kent. Or. And mrs. Richard Rees spent the week end with relatives in get 1 i 2 Morris 0 0 0 h Brown 4 0 s h. Brown 133 326 Webb 102 Shenk 102 10 5 25 Delta High news wins first v Bryansville charge make available to the depositors of gets new preacher the Peoples National Bank fifty per cent of their deposits in the closed at the session of the Central institution. This is being made pos mrs. Butlein gets e Van c Tiiu. Oct of Vins helical Church York last week 3re acceptable to the Federal author 8 1c 26 in spite of Ole Man depression i a g Kreidler was moved Witjes. The remaining assets the the big bad and All of the Craley and flu National Bank have been other things that May happen or needed by the Rev. R. A. Bab placed in a trusteeship to be operated not or so in every Cearfoss. Both were ordained by or. Paul Wilhelm Cardiff War Ance company in held at the Home office in Bel air on Steward was re month of Blue something Bik tilday Surprise transpires to Pep us up and make a _ glad feeling run All through us. Just a of the that sort of thing blew our Way a something like a score of the l. T. L. Friends of mrs. Harold Butler met when we Neard that Leev. Race n a both were ordained by or. Paul Wilhelm Cardiff War Ren Buletty York and or. W. E. Arthur Cardiff for the Benefit of the meeting creditors As a whole. Said in com. Galbreath entertained those men who have wife of wife my. J miss of or. And mrs. C. A the circuit Butler on tuesday. Court l to preside at the mrs. Beulah Kerr Jones who of the Forest Hill state ids of mrs Harold Hjuler met at Lew Days miss Isabel Urai Orethun rendition 01 Limo by lust saturday evening to in the National contest of High Temperance legion society so arduously for the past had school papers 8ponsored by the Ujj Thombi saturday March 10. Soveral months in the Effort to restore tier Milestone in her life Columbia Scholastic press Assoc a superintendent miss Pauline tall King facilities to the town and before the occasion was Tion Columbia University new York Ramsay had Clarge of the devotional comm Unity. Praise is also due the re Aad was great City the Delta High news won first service one feature of which was an of the National Bank a place in class c. The award was observation lesson which showed How Robert a Glenn for his co Well there were i a. Zimmerman and mrs. M. Of two Large birthday cakes decorated acc. J1ka Vij Temperance. J. T Gailey David Pyle Frank following this part of the program c Tho Las n Ujj. Sea Borough or. Formally installed offi f Arthur Guy w. Scarborough f a Candle Light ser tvs was Verj Gratifying to the Mem and attests the skill Netrol. Following to or Ament of this judgment visitors on wed b. Coyne spent several the Days last week and car slate Hill. Marshall t. Heaps Paul Wilheim. W h. Myers. Harvey Sidwell How Proctor jr., c. O. Holden Stanley Amos Howard Hamilton Ina Day Mary Dooley j. T. Gailey j. M. Wheeler j. M. Dooley c. C. Butler j. Brancu. Misses Mary Mickey Wilson Sarah Quint Ron Jean Dooley Natalie and Mary Butler and or. And mrs. Harold s. And ought to prove a Strong incentive to hold the distinction Al ready gained. And since there is enough glory to go around we might add that this distinguished school paper is Pant Cal in Tho Plant of the Delta Herald times. Property assessors As company. Jamison mrs. Try Dorothy Stewart and , 3-11 of slate Ridge Calls minister slate Ridge presbyterian Church which has been without a regular minister since the resignation of the Rev. A. L. Hyde last fall on sunday morning extended a Call to or. Jangles j Gill wins Gracier a senior at Princeton the Gold service s logical Seminary. The Call was unanimous and it is hoped that or. E. Foard an Gracier will accept. His Home is at i mrs. C. C. Stiffler enter following guests on sat urday evening or. And mrs. Benjamin Jamison and Niece miss Marian Webb and Daugh and mrs. Clyde and mrs. Howard Jwuc miss Hazel Kerr of Millersville continued on Page two slate Hill economics class holds meeting Tyrone a. Sheriff draws jurors among those whose names were drawn by the sheriff and jury com missioners on saturday to serve As jurors at the common pleas court for the week beginning april 23, were Eliz a Mackinson peach Bottom township and John j. Posey Lover Chanceford township. Ploy dec in the Bel air office of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone company of Baltimore City has just been presented with a one Star Gold Emblem in recognition of five years service with the company according an announcement made by j. H. She is one of 202 men and women throughout the state of Maryland with the tale the slate Hill Home economics class met with mrs. Chester Mclaughlin on last Friday. An inter 1 casting program was enjoyed and Cut inc business transacted. I the next meeting will be held Fri Day afternoon March 23 at the Home i of mrs. Samuel Stewart. Garden planning will be discussed and a in fancy bread Mak ing will be Given. I those in attendance were Helen e. Matheis teacher mesdames Howard Jenkins Caleb Beard Wal Ter Carico Nelson b. Cooper Sam Uel Stewart Walter Wilhelm Ste phen Cooper Ellen Gentry Lewis Scarborough Clinton Johnson Mil Ford Malone Brooke june Draper Hugh Scotten Chester my for the information of our readers we arc printing below the names and addresses or the property assessors for Delta find nearby districts. Delta h. Marvin Findley Delta Fawn Grove Henry t. Brown Grove peach Bottom William g. Stewart Delta r. D. Fawn p. Shirey Stewartstown lower Chanceford e. Hess Delta. The dog Camel As their Mascot the club plans to make posters etc., by which they Hope to win awards. I at the next meeting to be hell i Home of Donald Glenn. April 114, the members will sign their pledges and take a round the world trip. I at the conclusion the program games and contests were participated in following which miss Galbriath served delightful refreshments. F those present were misses Paul line Ramsay Ruth Spidle Echo soc i Roclor Gloria Ramsay. Evelyn Uch waru Isabel Calbreath Emily i Williams Faye Ayres Alma i Louise Jones Nola Flahart. Lillian Futler Mary poor Marie wasters Paul and Robert Harvey Philip Morton Donald Glenn Francis Schwartz. Ouk corporation sucks Cardiff c o tit u Tor Kandall Rolls perfect score Randall o. Mclaughlin is a Man of parts for in addition to being a Host class pig Slicer an a. No. 1 auctioneer. And All around Good sport he has knocked the claims of Amateur Bowling champions into a cocked hat. On tuesday night on the Fullerton alleys he straight strikes for a Erand total and Bel air pastor s wife Dies thursday mrs. Mary Louisa Mccaslin Wile of the Rev. Charles k. Mccaslin. Pastor of Grace m. P. Church Bel air died on thursday March 8. Funeral services were held at the parsonage at 10 o clock sunday morn-1 ing interment was at harpers ferry w. A. Mrs. Mccaslin was known at Fawn Grove and i where her husband had at the last named As an aftermath to the Iton of Tho school building in red lion John k. Greybill co inc., York has instituted suit against Marcellus h. Uhlir. Elf ctr iral con tractor of Cardiff. And Globe indemnity company. Nov York to re cover Silli Gedly due on mate rials furnished Uhlir to be used in the i d lion school by old info. It is said that when Uhler con with the lion school Board for labor and materials to be installer in the new building he furnished a Bond in the sum of with the Globe indemnity company As surety for the faithful performance of his contract and Tiu payment of Bills. Tho Graybill company alleges that on a Bill of More than for materials procured from them Only a Small amount has been paid on account. So far efforts to collect from the indemnity company have been fruitless and this suit is brought to recover what they claim i j stil due. Card party a card party will be held for the Benefit of the Mason Dixon Library at the Library room tuesday March 20. Bridge. Pitch and "500." admission 25 cts. 3-15-lt newspaper

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