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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 22, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaI r the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. Iso. 12 Delta. York county pa., thursday March 22, 1934 established 1818 Delta trounces a Glen Rock team in final Federal Hill men foil City bandits Small girl has Westminster Guild two Baltimore bandits were out witted in that City on thursday and narrow escape names new officers in addition to an entertaining program the Westminster Guild of took a seventy five per cent but in Cora the ten year old daughter of slate me presbyterian Church elected t 13 at their swag when they held up an mrs Andrew Wiley of near a new staff of officers at the meeting local boys Scalp foes at sea b Aymer Chast of was struck by a Ford Road held at the Home of mrs. Harry son s up with j Federal he co Ster Donven by Lee Jones tuesday i Robinson Cardiff on last wednesday banners flying. Amos h Duncan a companion afternoon around 4 o clock on migs Mary qlady8 sheriff Bowman Dies with three others when his car overturns on sunday night recovering from their defeat by j bought they were relieving them of a disputed margin at the hands of their Roll Buecker and Duncan took a Load of the Fawn township quintet a Short time ago the Delta High hoop sters produce to Baltimore that morning trounced Glen Rock in a. Scholastic disposed of it in the Vicinity of league contest at that place on the Bel air Market. With the pro tuesday night emerging from the exceeds amounting to in their fray with a score of 24 to 21. Wind started for Home. Ing up the last game of the season a smashing Victory the Delta team is full of Pep and enthusiasm Alexander of cry ing because there Are no More worlds to conquer. In the preliminary game the Delta Ford county and neither Man cared j reaching Greenmount Avenue near Preston Street they were halted by two men with flourishing guns. Of course it looked like there was nothing to do but stand and i but Money is Money even in har reserves lost to the Glen Rock re serves to the tune of 21 to 13. Stars in the principal game were like parting with Good spendable Cash. So using his wits contrived to hide his Street near College Avenue while j conducted devotionals after which on her Way Home from school and suffered painful bruises and contus ions about the head and body. Riding in the car besides the Driver the study Book How to the nearest was discussed by i mrs. Robinson and miss Marjorie Switzer. Following the study period Billy Williams and George a Short was presented As heaps. They had answered the fire alarm at the j. O. Anderson place and were returning to the fire follows instrumental Solo Ruth Spidle Reading Hixene Greer Reci Ith Tion Emily Proctor. Company House for an extra Tfaye fou owing. Officers were elected 01 equipment when the Accident i president Mabel Whiteford vice happened. Witnesses state that the president Virginia Snodgrass Secre Accident was unavoidable. The Little j girl was taken to the office of or. Try Eleanor Cox treasurer Anna Patr Nesses Harry Allen nearby where she received first i Robinson and migs Marjorie Switzer. Aid treatment. Buecker Wallet con a attend Ance record Joe Johnston for Delta and Day for fining while getting out of the Glen Rock. Johnston was Able to truck Duncan managed to extract bag three from the floor and one535 from is own which contained free shot while Day succeeded in for Delta schools there have been several Days Dur i the following members were pres Jent mrs. Harry Robinson misses Marjorie Switzer Mary Gladys Jones Ruth Spidle Hixene Greer Emily Proctor Anna Enfield Eleanor Cox Mabel Whiteford and Virginia Snow the haul for the hold up men ing the Winter months when roads grass. Putting four door j netted thirty cents from Buecker and were closed or temperature too Low hoops and one free throw. The from follows i Delta Glen Rock two cars have run in g. F. T. G. F. T. Returning from game which affected the elementary grades. for some of our pupils to come to j school. Fortunately the Only Epi Domic of illness was whooping cough Johnston f Kohlbus f Dooley f Stubbs c Wickes s Scarborgh Crawford 3 1 0 3 3 g 1 s 0 7 Seitz. F 2 Elliott 0 Heathcote f 6 Dubbs c 6 Sheffer g 2 Day g 1 Wherley g Kapp g most of those who ill have re returning from the basketball game turned to school. Mrs. Nora Semon Argust of Jersey City n. J., died tuesday March 13, at the medical Center of that place aged 45 years. Mrs. Argust was Well known in tills Community As the daughter of 7 7 211 roadster belonging to Charles i the late mrs. Laura Bennington Semon and granddaughter of the 2 of 3 at Glen Rock on tuesday night the the percentage of attendance for 3 j1933 Chevrolet Sedan driven by miss grades during february was Flora May Streett and the Ford grades 4 mrs. Argust Dees in new Jersey easter Dawn service Christ the lord is risen Angels and humans have Sung since the resurrection of Jesus Christ nine teen Hundred years ago. He arose in Early morning for even when Folk who were expecting the unusual came to the Tomb it was empty. Easter is past when the Sun is High. In Slateville Church at seven in the morning on easter sunday a service of glorious Praise for this resurrection will be held. All people Are invited. It is for All congregations and with the participation of our local pastors. Let us arise Early and be present. Day of Resur Rev. Clar ai1 four suffer broken Young girl escapes with Man a victim. Enro Ute to Hospital Reese m. Bowman aged 29, air sheriff of Harford county and three other occupants of his roadster died from broken necks when the car turned Over on a stretch of dirt Road near Abingdon sunday night. The other victims were mrs. Robert Leight aged 34, of Otter Point miss Constance Leight aged 16, her daughter and Scott Dunnigan about 40, Salesman for a Pittsburgh con Cern but formerly of Baltimore. Miss Ruth Leight aged 14, the fifth Ramsay the Cross Senger in the car was knocked in of Christ i resurrection but will Likely recover. Rev. John Hammond on Way to Baltimore the five attended the funeral of Barney Wildason Bel air in the of d. Women s Roll the Rock the morning Rev. B. W. Jones special music Ter noon where sheriff Bowman was a come be faithful raise the pallbearer and then went to the Rev. A. L. Leight Home at Otter Point for Din Kyde Day hold funeral saturday of Ner. After dinner they started for j Bel air where they planned to change i to a larger car and go on to Balti More to visit mrs. Bowman who is i a patient in the Union memorial the funeral of mrs. George Steph Hospital ens who died at her Home on wed j or. Dunnigan was a brother in totals 11 2 24 totals 9 2 7 Howard Snodgrass Side 11 Glen Rock. 646 swiped each other Airville and Ollete Joseph Bennington. She leaves a mesday afternoon March 14, As an if of or. Wildason and of or. Tune were both badly battered As a result the percentage for the entire school husband and one son. The funeral j bounced in last week s Herald Leight and the sheriff was a Friend. Of the encounter. By months has been september place on Friday from her times was held on saturday after of both families. The left front wheel of the Chev october november de former Home in Trenton. Noon at Salern m. E. Church. Ser-1 Rolet was smashed a tire blew out Cember january Gebru other local happenings of interest and the fenders and running Board Ary 87" or. And mrs. Charles Pomranig have moved into the h. Use on main 1 St Street formerly occupied by Harry Otle Butler. Or. And mrs. Lamar Walker on one Side were torn off. The Ford fenders and running Board on Side and the fro 11 Axle broken. Riding in the Chevrolet besides miss attend Philadelphia i j funeral on saturday former resd3ent Dies was suddenly in Vermont messes. John r. And Leroy Wil Liams spent the week end in Phila Forest Hill Are announcing the birth Streett were prof. R. E. Barnhart morning of Donald Dick Elaine Williams win of twin girls on the wednesday March 21. Turson Stubbs and Eddie Melaugh i i. Charles Ruff and Howard Snow company known in this Section where he had was called to the Home of j. O. Grass were the Only occupants of the Anderson York Road tuesday afford. No one was injured. Ter noon to extinguish a fire which started from burning rubbish. Teacher entertains class j. O. Anderson York Load who has been indisposed is now Able to be her sunday school at her Home on saturday afternoon March 17, Cut. Mrs. A. Brooke Snodgrass and miss Verba Snodgrass celebrated when the allowing members were their birthday anniversaries jointly present with dinner and cards at the home1 misses Laura heaps Helen Dooley i of the former on saturday evening Louise and Norma Mckinley Emily or. Macomber toe first of the Williams. Marguerite and Mary Sel j week sent to the state museum at lers Allocc Anna Harry Dorothy Harrisburg an old of Yoke which had Glasgow Ella and Josephine Beard been in the family for Many Many years. Owen Griffith left monday for Baltimore where he entered the Union memorial Hospital. We understand George Maley. Brother of Michael Delphia and attended the funeral of r. Maley of Delta died suddenly John b Jones on saturday. Or. Jones saturday at the Home of his Mother i was swell known in that City and hat in Vermont. Or. Maley was Well been connected with the inquirer for several decades. He we. 5 been employed for Many years at the also a Deacon in the first Welsh pres Funkhouser slate granule Plant. By Terian Church. About three weeks ago he returned others from Delta and Cardiff at to his native state to reside with ins tending the funeral were mrs. Marv miss Ruth h. Thomas entertained Mother or and mrs m r Maley Dooley and sons Owen and Hugh mrs. Charles Mccann left at Cis r a. John Hammond. H. Evans Ojito to attend the funeral. I fin.1, Ric card rfcs. Vices were conducted by the Rev. Negro finds wreck b. W. Jones pastor of Slateville the continuous sounding of the presbyterian Church and the Rev. Horn due to the switch being jammed j. M. Pheasant pastor of Salem m. By the foot of one the victims at e. Church. Tracked the attention of Edward Lin the pallbearers were messes. Holly Gen a negro who lives near the ails Harry Mackinson Thomas l scene of the Accident finding him Parnett Sylvanius Mckoley Hugh self unable to remove Hie car from Daniel d. Snodgrass. The injured persons he sent his wife ,.es s Barber Anna Ailes to Abingdon where she reported the Gladys Stephens Jane Ailes and i happening to Justice of the peace Virginia Snodgrass served As Flower Fred Morlok. Calling Vernon Davis Twenty Mira Guji a launch girls Hubert undertaker. P. Harkins was the Little red schoolhouses becoming tradition Alice and Ruth Thomas or. And mrs. Joel Harry and mrs. Fannie Thomas. He underwent an operation on tues Day. State College to be Host to rotary clubs by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week across from me sits a peasant like. Oar marriage customs amuse with two Small children. One him greatly. He broadcasts each bit of them is at her breast. The other of information As he gets it to the ii crawling about on the filthy floor whole launch. I begin to feel As one and Russell Noonan they hurried to the spot and got the bodies out Ruth Leight had regained consciousness by ithe they arrived. Or. P. Byrd Otto pins of Bel air was summoned and pronounced All four dead. Following the trend of the Coroner investigates Harford county is rapidly eliminate Justice Morlok As acting Coroner ing its White one teacher schools. Vlacic a careful investigation of the according to a report Given out by Accident and expressed the opinion Albert s. Cook state superintendent that the wheel got in a deep rut on of schools a few Days ago Only one Side and that As the Driver pulled Twenty seven such schools remain in in out probably with a Quick Jerk the county whereas m 1920 there ran up a Steep Bank Orl the opposite were fifty one. Other reductions Are Side out the Road and turned Back to follow. At this rate the Little Ward Over ule passengers bringing red schoolhouse will soon fade from Weig it of the car i fishing Down the landscape its place so far As the upon their Heads though there was five the 63 clubs of rotary International. Program of Public education is con a scat All five apparently exploring puddles of Tea Peanut does so often in a Friendly Rural corned will be filled by larger and Werc packed into the front seat shells cigarette stubs and other crowd As popular As of a trav t More adequately equipped school i ii Owman is Sui vivid by his or. And mrs. William Bryant of which the will rubbish he discovers a match and cd liner Nonkey show. Al Aldines to which the pupils will be formerly miss Southern Pines n. C., announce the Lloyd their annual conference at state puts in in his Mouth i Down i is to True asks an Crone j transport cd in buses at the Public Hopkins a Harion coun birth of a son William Marvin on Coll on a 6 to 8 it was remove the match telling the coming up to join us Chat a foreign expense. This movement has been by school to Chur three Brothers March 8. Mrs Bryant was formerly bounced by the District governor Mother in Iselt a healthy place f or her wedding merely consists in the Bride accelerated by the Extension of the 1jl.vveyi shrift of Harford y b baby to play. The Mother looks at and Groom clasping miss Bessie Williams daughter of James e. Williams. Or. And mrs Chester Stephens and son Leroy of Aberdeen md., were guests of mrs. Annie Bell on thurs Day of last week. Richie Lawrie of Harrisburg. He designated Guy Stover of state College As general conference chairman and out that state College is in the Center of rotary Popula Tion for this District even though it the me blankly. She has never heard is it asks one of the word the baby sets up soldiers that you foreigners Are hard a howl when his Mother jerks him to really one Hundred years old at birth Good roads system so tacit More county John and Lawince. And two Homes Are now located on or near mrs. Ethel Bovle and mrs. Mrs. William t. Brown attended includes and part of West Only stops when the Mother shakes his feet slapping his Little shaven and that you grow younger each Day thereafter i almost laugh in his face at this head for he knows not what and the funeral of her Cousin mrs. Nora Semon Argust at Trenton n. J., on Friday of last week. Mrs. W Ade Smith and son William Virginia As Well As Central Pennsyl the District begins at Coudersport in the North and extends South her fist at him to cling him the for but i find him entirely serious about eign Devil will carry him away with her if he does t behave they re dirty beyond she Princess Anne Maryland. It in r. Smith of pen Argyl North amp Altoona Harrisburg Lancas grins and then cupping her hand ton county Are visiting mrs. Smith s Washington d. C., she puts it through a window into the alter la sister mrs. W. Fleming Evans and j Baltimore and Annap ram and washes the children s faces is family. Although the program is Only with her Palm scrubbing them Vig or. And mrs. Samuel Fullerton Tfaye process of organization of Rousky with the hem of her jacket mrs. William Lowe misses Bertha least International figure or. I which is itself stiff and Black with tas is every face in the boat so i my mirth. I am somehow reminded of certain social club meets Knight. His Fum ral was held 1his afternoon at o clock with ii torment in Rock run Cermet iry. Mrs. Leight leaves a husband Rob a St. Patrick s Day program was cart h. Leight one son. Robert or enjoyed by the social club at its and a daughter Ruth who was with meeting on Friday afternoon at the her at the time of her death. The Home of the Rev. And mrs. B. W. Funeral of mrs. Leight and her Jones. Those present Werc mesdames daughter Constance was hold at of Estinos asked me by my friends in h j Charies a Hawkins Sotter Point on wednesday morning Heck and Mary Rees visitors on tuesday. Miss Odessa weeks saturday in York. Were York spent last Fong. Foo Gec of Shanghai China dirt. Perhaps she is a Blacksmith s vice president of rotary inter nation . I want to talk with her but hag been or. And mrs. Kenyon of the Corn Exchange Are Back again in Delta j Pylesville Farmer and domiciled at the c. Butler j expires tuesday Home. Continued on Page 3 i Michael Donohuk 71-year-old re for this con she its off at the next Stop one child on her Back another in her arms and is lost to View in the rain. Most of the men about us Are Bare foot it saves cloth shoe soles in True the chinese All sit on the floor and do you eat nothing but Rice and splash Man overboard everyone dashes to the windows. A launch hand has slipped off the roof of the Barge. There is a relieved laugh As the lad is seen to swim to the. Bank of the canal and climb ashore one shoe gone but his right fist still grasping triumphantly i tired Farmer died at 6 o clock tues i me now weather. The Man across from conts Worth or coppers. Juniors meet with evening Janet Holland Villa alter at his Home near Pylos my next door neighbor to move up a bit so that he can a Good several com ment As they Settle Back to enjoy illness lasting one stretch his big Bare feet across the he of Lac trip saturday afternoon with miss Janet Holland. The president Dorothy Roberts had charge of Tho meeting. A Nice program was arranged by Flora Streett. Refreshments were served to the following Louise Jones Ann Dingey Dorothy Roberts Janet Holland Flora Streett Ruth Emma Snyder Johnny Harkins mrs. B. W. Jones and mrs. George Holland. Quite a few members were absent on account of illness. Or. Donohuk was a Bachelor Aid resided with his brother Joseph Donohuk also unmarred. Another brother Alexander Donohuk resides at rocks. He was a son of the late John and Mary Donohue who came to this country from Ireland. The funeral will to held Friday with Brief services at the Home at o clock with Low requiem mass at St. Mary s Catholic Church at the Rev. P. O Callaghan will officiate. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. Aisles and place them carefully on and that Slart inc Story Teller. The Bench beside me. He is a professional. His stories All a talkative group of Soldier boys rhyme and Are Well punctuated with Start asking me questions about j funny faces funny squeaks and flips their favorite pastime. One j nos Long nailed fingers. Ever time of them an older Chap seems Well educated but becomes too inquisitive. I offer to him a gospel of John and a mass education primer to read. He in not interested in the ii very Long however. If i had nothing else to do i d read says he politely and Falls to enquiring again about american he illustrates the cry of a two month s old baby he raises a laugh. When i reach my destination he has put All his audience to sleep but two. Or Are they afraid he will soon be the and Are therefore feigning Slep to avoid argument presently j Barnett b. W. Jones m. S. Macomber j. T. Gailey Harry Robin son v. G. Stubbs Leroy Rigdon Richard Recs o. H. Heaps Arthur Robinson and misses Olla Barnett and Charlotte Rigdon. Couples celebrate with food and fun a 11 o clock with burial at Abing Don cemetery. Friendly Circle draws unusual crowd sixty two members Rind friends of the f Friendly Circle of Prospect enjoyed a literary and musical program at the Home of mrs. William Cox saturday marked the forty eighth j Whita Forral r. D., on last tuesday anniversary of the marriage of or. The entertainment was under the direction of mrs. Scarborough and of the following numbers recitations Lois and mrs. W. W. Sellers the seventeenth for or. And mrs. Minnich Baer and the birthday of mrs. Walter Gladden. To celebrate the occasion Ami m.-trgare1-. Henry duct to Bothy and Anna Bay dialogue Heater mis3 Mary heaps or. And mrs. Sellers gave a dinner that evening to which the following guests were invited or. And mrs. Ned la Wroncy Lockhart Reading Walter Gladden or. And mrs. Minnich i toss Marjorie Switzer duet Romano Baer or. And mrs. Richard rfcs and Ruth Wilhelm recitation or. And mrs. M. S. Macomber and a James Kerr dialogue faithful scr misses Elsie Bull and Marjorie Sellers. John Bay Charles Glackin and a delightfully pleasant evening was Daniel Wilhelm vocal selections enjoyed and Many felicitations and Good wishes were exchanged. Continued next week Chicken supper the ladles auxiliary or Delta Cardiff i fire co. Will hold a Chicken Waffle supper Friday april 6, at fire co. Hall Fol Lowed by cards. Supper 35c cards 15c. Morton Kerr and Guy Scarborough. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. John Redding. Refreshments were served by pcs Dame Merton Kerr o. O. Scarborough Cleveland heaps and David Lennart. Newspaper e w spa p e r

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