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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 23, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only and Berthera mar Almai vol. La. No. 12 Delta York county pa., thursday March 23, 1933 established 1878 locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford local Farmers May now apply for crop Loans cams but True or. And mrs. Robert c. Roberts and daughters Frances and Dorothy were week end guests of their aunt mrs. A. R. Foxx of Harrisburg. Miss Clara Findley has accepted a position on the office Force of the Delta sales co. Mrs. J. T. Harry is visiting in bal Exmore. Mrs. Rupert Stubbs and daughter Cornelia have returned from a visit with friends at Allentown. Or. And mrs. David Fulton have moved from their farm to their Home in Delta. Mrs. Meminger and daughter Elizabeth. Of Lancaster were guests of miss pamie Silver at the Home of or. And mrs. Richard Rees where she is a guest. Price Whitaker has returned Home after spending the Winter with his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. H. M. Wilcox. Of Binghamton n. Y. Or. And mrs. M. S. Macomber and Webster were Baltimore visitors on tuesday. Applications for 1933 crop production Loans have been issued by the Secretary of agriculture and Are now available to Farmers upon request to their county agent or to s. M. Wass. Field supervisor p. O. Box 644, har Risburg a. The regulations this year specify that Only those who cannot get Loans elsewhere Are eligible for Loans from the fund authorized by Congress. Loans can be used Only for crop production and require the Bor rower to reduce his acreage of Cash crops 30 per cent under last year unless he does not intend to Plant More than s acres of Cotton 2% acres of tobacco 8 acres of peanuts 20 acres of Corn 12 acres of sugar beets acres of truck crops 8 acres of potatoes 30 acres of Rice or 40 acres of wheat. Miss Naomi Thompson of near Borrower this year is or in Darlington returned Home after spending a week with relatives in Harrisburg. Or. And mrs. Ernest Roberts have moved to the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Robert l. Roberts who moved to the Home of John Barton Delta. Mrs. William Fisher and daughter Edith and son Billy spent Friday and saturday with her daughter miss Marian Fisher a senior student at the state teachers College West Chester and attended the circus sponsored by the health education a Bluet is shot through it Wace 0? go was the. Gx.w5s broken Stfort th1 tut let touches it w of Cost cof the pi5rces the 150.00o in the manuscripts of hew Rev. F. T. Wheeler expires at Carlisle former resident of this Sec Tion yields to Long illness. The Case of tenants the total of All Loans to tenants of any one landlord within a single county cannot exceed the actual amount advanced by the authorities will depend upon the Borrower s a first Lien or mortgage on the crop will be required. The regulations require that Loans be repaid on or before october i 31, 1933. Interest at 5% per cent Friendly Circle meets deducted in Advance will be charged. Voith mrs. Merton Kerr since the Loans Call for a first Lien on the crop As Security the Borrower the Friendly Circle of Prospect department. Mrs. C. A. Snodgrass is improving frequently has to procure waivers met at the Home of or. And mrs. I from prior mortgages or rights. If Merton Kerr on tuesday e1 Roy Showalter oldies when trolley 0 crashes into Auto after a recent illness. March 14. The following literary program was Given in charge of mrs. Or. And mrs. Rupert Stubbs and i crop contract or has Given a Russell Scarborough i ing land under contract for deed or daughter Cornelia were guests of prior mortgage on his 1933 crops the miss Elsie o. Bull of the faculty of regulations state he must secure the Pennsylvania state teachers College. A Vaivars of the actual owners of the West Chester on Friday evening and. And or All prior mortgage hold. Attended the performance of the health education department circus. Misses Mabel Ailes and Clara l. The applicant is the owner of and terms it with tenants or share croppers waivers of such ten Fedley have returned Home after ants or share croppers must be be spending thursday and Friday As guests of mrs. Mary Elizabeth Morris cured. The regulations further specify that the person waiving his prior Cedar Crest College Allentown and rights must agree not to dispose of attended the health education circus at West Chester in which their Friend miss Marian Fisher of Delta was a participant. Or. And mrs. Hugh j. Scotten were culture. His rent note mortgage or other Security without first having obtained the written consent of a duly authorized agent of the Secretary of Agri callers at the Home of William h. Day jr., of Scarboro on monday afternoon. Master Winston Day who has been under the care of or. J. M. T. Finney jr., at Union memorial Hospital has returned Home much improved. John Macomber a student at the regulations make it unlawful for any person to dispose of or assist in disposing of any crops Given As Security for any crop loan except for the account of the Secretary of Agri culture and provide for Fine and imprisonment for violation of such regu lation. The regulations also require Toad Margaret Henry duet Raymond and Vernon Glackin accompanied by mrs. Clayton Robinson at the piano recitation cusses singing Clell Asbury Danie Helm Guy Scarborough Merton Kerr and Lawrence Lockhart Reading i Uncle Josh on a Street Doro thy Redding duet Anna and Dorothy Bay instrumental Solo Hazel Henry two Short readings Home and his Blue Serge mrs. Clell Asbury duet Guy and Ralph Scarborough accompanied at the piano by Margaret Scarborough dialogue love and by or. And mrs. Law funeral of j. Roy Showalter to the county commissioners of York county who was. Killed when me motor car he was operating was struck by a Street car at Glen Moore. Ter 7 o clock monday morn held tomorrow Friday Oxford beginning at 2 o clock. Inter ment will be in the Oxford cemetery. The Accident occurred As or. Sho Walter was entering the Lititz Pike from the Home of his sister mrs. T. Scott Woods where he had spent the week end. He was on his Way to York to begin his week s duties at the commissioners office. He was rushed to the general Hospital Lancaster where he was pronounced dead. Be a card party was Given for the Benefit of the Mason and Dixon Library fund on Friday afternoon in the Library room. Those present were mrs. Howard Vav ebb mrs. Nelson Marsteller mrs. Everett Morris mrs. B. F. Morris mrs. C. A. Wallace mrs. Edwin manifold mrs. Benjamin Jamison 1 i Onri sides a broken neck his Chest was Lockhart Daniel Wilhelm and rence Carl Knoop. Refreshments were served to the following members or. And mrs. Merton Kerr mrs. C. B. Dempsey crushed and there were injuries about the head. It is said that the electric car struck the Showalter car with such Dickinson College spent the week end that each Borrower to Plant a with his parents or. And mrs. M. S. Den for his Home us and sufficient Macomber. Main Street. Miss Louise Robinson a student at Stock Western Maryland College spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Arthur Robinson Cardiff. Miss Belva Hughes a student at Western Maryland College was a week end guest of her parents or. And mrs. Hugh m. Hughes Whiteford acreage to furnish feed for his live r. Trial cast selected the impressive court trial pro will be held As previously announced in the firemen s Hall in Coleroy Holden was the guest of j Delta on wednesday evening March 29th. The program will be under the Dir Clarence Hartshorne of West Ches Ter pa., Over the week end. A b Whitaker and family of Mil Clion of Rev. E. N. Bergerstock Leesville were calling on relatives in representative of the anti Saloon this Vicinity recently. League. Or. And mrs. Howard Fowler and her Mother mrs. Jacob heaps car that it was turned completely miss Phoebe King my. James me i n ton facm8 he Woods residence Nabb mrs Daniel Bay mrs. Ten nent mrs. George Jones mrs. O. O. Scarborough mrs. Hugh Stokes mrs. J Gore mrs. Tomilson or. And mrs when it came to a standstill. The Windshield was broken and one of the Roar wheels torn off. Mason Dixon Library card party held Friday Rev. Franklin Taylor Wheeler aged 73 years who died at the Home of his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. R. M. Shepler Carlisle on saturday night was buried at new Bloomfield on wednesday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the Shepler Home at 1 o clock with fur ther services at the big Spring presbyterian Church Newville at 2 o clock. The Rev. Or. Thomas c. Mccarrell of Camp Spring had charge and was assisted by or. Fulton Mechanicsburg and or. Shaffer of Carlisle. A Large delegation of minis ters from the Carlisle presbytery at tended in a body. The pallbearers were the elders and trustees of the big Spring presbyter Ian Church. He is survived by his widow mrs. Roberta Mckee Wheeler two sons Joseph p. Wheeler new York and Frank t. Wheeler Santa Monica California two daughters miss Mary h. Wheeler Woodmere Long Island and mrs. R. M. Shepler Carlisle and the following Brothers and Sisters w. Channell Wheeler John h. Wheeler j. Benjamin Wheeler Thomas h Wheeler mrs. Henrietta Chandlee and mrs. Nelson Rowan All of this neighbourhood. The Rev. Or. Wheeler was a son of the late Joseph Henry and Rachel Ann Taylor Wheeler and was born at Fawn Grove. After finishing at slate Dale school Delta he matriculated at Washington and Jefferson College Washington pa., from which school he graduated in 1866. Three years later he graduated from Prince ton theological Seminary. His first pastorate was at Irvona Clearfield county from 1s89 to 1894. From 1894. To 3902 he served at new Bloomfield when he went to big Spring Church Newville where he remained until october 1932, when he resigned be cause of ill health. Der mrs. Marvin Webb mrs. Marcus Ruff mrs. R. H. Nicely mrs. Thomas Bradley mrs. Robert Williams mrs. William Mcabee mrs. Luther heaps mrs. William Tweedle mrs. Thomas Walker mrs. R. H. Lloyd mrs. How Ard Walker mrs. E. G. Ruff mrs. Charles Thompson mrs. Bertha Mclaughlin mrs. R. C. Thompson mrs. Griffith mrs. Russell Scarborough mrs. G. Harry mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. Gerald heaps mrs. Guy scar Borough mrs. Harry Hood mrs. Paul Lefever mrs. Kirk mrs. Gallion mrs. Harry Robinson mrs. Arthur Robin son mrs. Henry Whiteford mrs. Michael Whiteford mrs. Michael Malcy mrs. Albert Pele mrs. C. C. Stiller airs. U. Snyder mrs. Paul Thompson mrs Harvie. Stubbs mrs. O. I Morton mrs. Lane r. Whitaker mrs. V. S. Wilkinson mrs. Howard Proctor sr., mrs. G. M. Bear mrs. Howard Proctor jr., mrs. J. J. Healy president of the Board of trustees of the presbyterian Home at Newville taut resigned two years ago. He frequently returned to this Community to visit his relatives and friends. Inspection period terminates March 31 John Redding and children or. And or. Showalter was nearly sixty mrs r. W. Jones and daughter or. Years of age and had been prom ment and mrs. Pic son Pyle or. And mrs. By identified with Public affairs for Russell Scarborough Margaret and Many years. Although a native of i mrs. Howard Gamut ii mrs. David Robert Scarborough or. And mrs. Lancaster county he had firmly is Pyle mrs. Stanley Amos mrs. Mame Garrett and children or and Taw shed himself in this Section of Lonergan misses Rose e. Galbreath mrs Charles Glackin and children i York county. For a number of years Alma Macomber Marjorie Switzer or and mrs. James Kerr Romaine he was identified with the Woodbine j Margaret Bridget Redding and and James Kerr or. And mrs. Oliver Henry and children or. And mrs. John Bay and children or. And mrs. Harrisburg compulsory motor vehicle inspection period ends next week. March 31 is the dead line. A three months enforcement period becomes effective april 1. Owners of a inspected vehicles Are asked by the department of Revenue not to wait until next week to have their cars inspected. In past campaigns some official stations have underestimated the last week s Rush. The closing Days found them without stickers. Station owners Are asked to keep the department in formed As to their needs. Requests for additional stickers will be com plied with promptly. Creamery. For the past several years he had served As treasurer of the York county Republican committee. Almeda Marsteller. Prizes were won by the following first prize for Bridge mrs. Arthur Daniel Wilhelm and daughter or. J since his appointment As clerk to the Robinson second mrs. Robert Wil and mrs. Guy Scarborough son cur i county commissioners he applied him first prize for mrs. B. F. Us or. And mrs. Oscar Stokes and j self diligently to the business of that Morris second prize mrs. Howard Twenty three of the Twenty four characters Are Well known local Cliff spent saturday in Baltimore people where they attended the funeral of their relative mrs. Mary Barber. Mrs. William Tweedle was a week end guest of or. And mrs. Carroll b. Johnson of Baltimore. Or. And mrs. John t. Butler main Street entertained their daughter mrs. Carroll w. Growl and children Paul and Lillian of minefield md., for several Days. Mrs. Sidney Davies East main Street is the guest of her son Charles Davies and family of Lansdowne a. Mrs. Beulah Jones a teacher in the schools of Lancaster county spent the week end at her Home Here. Mrs. Mary Hughes who has been ill at the Homo of miss Odessa weeks main Street is improved miss Cora Ramsay of Baltimore visited relatives and friends in Delta for a few Days. All arrangements have been completed including selection of the cast which is follows judge Rev. John Hammond clerk of courts Nelson heaps u. S. Marshal Raymond Mclaughlin plaintiff s atty e. N. Bergerstock defense atty., prof. Raymond Barnhart plaintiff mrs. Jennie Wilson mrs. Mary Wilson defendant George Bond Howard Harvey policemen Michael Mccormick Samuel Irwin Dan Parker Robert Scarboro Phillip c. Moore Richard Reese mrs. R. B. Rich Alma Macomber jurors Rev. B. W. Jones Rev. B. F. Ruley Marion Macomber t. J. Gailey w. W. Sellers Warren Pennington George Garber Samuel j Gard Grant Dunlap c. C. Butler h. J Evans and Max Scarborough. No admission will be charged. An offering will be received. It will be miss Mary Appleby of Baltimore veil to come Early in order to be Asir spending the week with her Friend sure a scat. The trial will Start miss Charlotte Holland. Mrs. William Thompson and child continued on Page 1 promptly at eight o clock. Spring car Del hotel sunday 75c. Children or. And mrs. Lawrence office and had won the respect of Lockhart or. And mrs. Clell Asbury or. And mrs. W. Taylor Carl Knoop a. Paul Mcnabb Albert and Rigby Stokes Park Cavender and Merton Kerr or. Visitors or. And mrs. Clay everyone for his efficiency and Cour Tesy. He was a member of the Chanceford presbyterian Church be longed to the masonic Lodge at Fawn Grove the Gethsemane commander ton Robinson and daughters and mrs. And the Harrisburg consistory and Proctorjr. Neighbors bid Farewell to mrs. Edward Dooley Pupert Stubbs. I each Bottom Grange i was affiliated with the Mason Dixon Lions club at Delta. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Mar Ian Ross Showalter and a daughter. Chorus visits Scotten s j miss Nancy Showalter his father i Joseph m. Showalter Oxford two neighbors of mrs. Edward Dooley who is moving into Delta from her farm near met at her Home on Friday evening and tendered her a Farewell party. Those present were or. And mrs. The members of the peach Bottom Sisters mrs. Scott Woods Glon Moore Owen Greider or. And mrs. Hugh Scotten or. And mrs. Joseph Beard or. And mrs. N. J. Wise or. And mrs. Grange chorus and their friends met near Lancaster miss Helen Showal with Frank and Myron Scotten thurs i Oxford and two w. Day evening March 16, at their Home Clarence Showalter Lancaster and Clifford Ailes or. And mrs. Jesse at mount Holly near Delta. The j Charles Showalter Parkersburg a evening was spent in games puzzles i a. And music. Those present were misses Ruth and Elizabeth ails Ethel Smith Mil w. C. T. U. Will meet Boswell mrs. E. E. Thomas mrs. Emory Lowe mrs. Mary Wise misses Ruth Thomas Alice Thomas Myra j Williams Louise Wise Sara Shrodes Sadie Kilgore. Dorothy Kilgore Ella fresh news from earthquake zone mrs. W. Barton. Delta r. D., has received the letter printed below from her sister mrs. William j. Reed , California. The Reed family left this part of the country ten years ago and have Many relatives and friends in this Section will be glad to learn that they Are not in the stricken area. We Are glad to be Able to give our readers this bit of fresh news from the earthquake zone. Hilda Kilburn Winifred Harvey Laura Boswell Betty Griffith Corinne Scotton Louise Dooley Grace Wise dred Snodgrass Louise Dooley Beryl j the w. C. T. U. Will hold their Mary Martha and Myrnan Dorothy Kilgore. Marian regular business meeting in connect u Robinson Elizabeth Griffith Myra. Tion with their prayer meeting on Williams Mildred Pyle mrs. Mary i tuesday evening. March 28, at the Dooley or and mrs Milford Home of mrs. B. W. Jones at Bertha Wise messes. Arthur Sidwill. Philip Kilgore Robert Scarborough p. M. Prayer meeting Leader mrs. Frank Thomas Clifford Scotten my Donald Johnson Donald Scotten b. W. Jones. Leader for regular ton Scotten Edward Poswell. James William Robinson Owen Griffith meeting will be mrs. A. H. Zimmer Greider Hugh Dooley o. My Ralph Wise and Edward Boswell. Man. Or cry and Philip Kilgore. My Duar Mabel and family i thought perhaps Yon people Back Home would be worried about us after hearing about the earthquake in Southern California so i am writing to Tell you How thankful we Are that we Are living in Burbank instead of Long Beach at this terrible time. We rame to Burbank in december. We inc o. K. Burbank suffered no dam Ages beyond a very bad shake up windows broken and other Little things which did not amount to much. Everyone Here is very nervous since it occurred. T was sitting in the front room Reading the evening paper when the i news paper news paper

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