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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaThe Only news paper Deli a Herld time and Northern Ila Rford Maryl wid vol la. No. 13 Dexta York county pa., thursday March 30, 1933 establish Iii 1b7b locals Delta Cardiff Whiteford or. And mrs. J. T. Galley entertained mrs. Clarence Mcafee of Baltimore my. Mrs. A. Pennington and Daugh ter Margaret were Baltimore Visi tors. Mrs. Benjamin Amos and son Ken Neth were guests of her brother George e. Williams and family of York. Or. And mrs. Leslie Shoemaker and children Norris and Barbara Jane of Hatboro pa., and misses Tella Norris of Washington C., were week end guests of their parents or. And mrs. John l. Norris main Street. Or. Frank Snodgrass of Darling ton and Preston Snodgrass of Bel air were guests of or. And mrs. A. Snodgrass on sunday. Misses Marian Fisher and Grace Tiddy students at West Chester minor infractions keep officer Busy on last Friday morning when Al i Bert Roberts of peach Bottom town ship an employee of the state High j Way department was on his Way to work at o clock his car collided with the car driven by Ramsay Mont Gomery an employee of the Western i Maryland Dairy Pylesville who was i returning from work and inflicted considerable damage to the latter car. The Accident occurred at the intersection of the peach Bottom and the Bangor roads. Following the Accident Mont i Gomery appeared before Justice of the peace j. Crawford where he made information against Roberts charging him with assault by Auto Mobile. The warrant was directed to Constable c. O. Holden who made the arrest. At the hearing held before judge Crawford at 8 o clock monday i i Odd but True teachers College spent the week end evening an amicable agreement was with or. And mrs. W. J. Fisher the reached Between the two parties when parents of the former. Richard Whitaker who spent the Winter at Southern Pines n. C., is visiting his brother Price Whitaker. Or. And mrs. John h. Wheeler have As guests their daughter mrs. T. B. Neikirk and children Betty Boone and broken into but apparently nothing i was stolen. Entrance was gained through a window in the waiting John Wheeler of Watsontown a. Miss Hulda Smith was on the sick list for several Days suffering from grip. Or. And mrs. William Snodgrass and daughters Adda and Kathleen Stoerr of Delta and Robert Krewson. Of Havre de Grace were Baltimore visitors on saturday. Or. And mrs. Elmer Murphy and son Richards of Kennett Square a. Were sunday guests of mrs. Murphy s Roberts agreed to for the repairs to Montgomery s car and the costs in the Case. On thursday night the Maryland Pennsylvania Railroad station was i room and a lock was broken on the office door. The same night some one purloined the right wind Deflector or Wing from a Ford roadster belonging to s c. Laird while it was parked near time. is Goth on or. Ellis victim of Hearl attack Delta citizens shocked by Sud Den death of native son in Bro Ker and Churchman. Destroys Bank on Airville a Street Light Between miss Letitia Kent s residence and or. Butler s. Some one entered the garage and farm of Morris Wise Airville fire broke out in the barn on made a bungling attempt to pry open Raning. Mrs. R. L. Williams of Cardiff who was a patient in the York hos Pital is now visiting her son g. E. Williams and family of Many friends Hope for her speedy recovery i the door on w. T. Brown s car but gave it up after breaking the door evening Between and spread to 7 handle. Saturday afternoon Constable c. Of both Elta High band starts rehearsals new Garden foil a Mateuk Gak Deneus at College Pauk april 3 a meeting of the parents and at the Delta High school causing the loss of bout Uii Magg tuesday evening 28, instr together with a were issued to the pupils who a cow and a 1929 Buick Sedan. O Holden and Borough officer Samuel Wise was alone at quell a disturbance allegedly caused by too much fire water. After resort ing to some diplomacy tie trouble mrs. James Harvey jr., of Fhila-1 wag meted without making any Delphia was the guest of relatives Here. Mrs. Elizabeth Geiger is visiting her Nephew David Fulton and wife. Mervin Gemmill of York was the guest of or. And mrs. Ross Barton of Delta r. Or. And mrs. Stanley Amos recently entertained her brother j. M. Dooley wife and children Hyde and Jean. Or and mrs. J. T. Gailey entertained her sister mrs. Ernest Greve Ernest of Forest arrests. The officers left after warn ing the parties that arrests would certainly follow any future disturbances of the sort. Junior order holds debate after the transaction of routine business presided Over by councillor Ralph Pearce the members of peach Bottom Council no. 715, or. O. A a. Band pail i i ter m charge of education of the the Delta Cardiff fire company. The Baltimore Branch of the Conn Musi engine got off to a Good Start but was delayed to such an extent by Muddy roads that it unable to reach the scene of the trouble until it was too late to save the buildings or contents. The origin of the fire is undetermined. Churchville grangers visit Highland wednesday night Cal instrument company and prof. A. H. Morris Fawn Grove teacher of band instruments and director of the Fawn Grove band made plans for eight lessons to be Given during the ensuing two months. At the end of the eight lessons the band should be Able to play some of the lighter band music and the first concert will then be Given. More than five Hundred Amateur gardeners and Flower lovers Nursery men and horticulturists from Mary land and the District of Colum we Are expected at the first Maryland Gar Den which will be held from april at the University of s. Thurston professor of Floriau Lutric and landscape gardening. David Lumsden of the u. S. Department of agriculture will be the principal speaker at the. Opening ses Sion monday evening at or. Lumsden will speak on exhibiting and judging ornamental plants and others who have been scheduled to speak the same evening Are n. G. Hansen Chevy Chase my. E. B. White Washington And in the sudden death of Raymond a. Ellis prominent broker Church Man and clubman at his Home in Wilmington del., on Friday even ing Delta lost not Only one of her most successful sons but one of her greatest benefactors. At the time of his death or. Ellis was a partner of Laird and company members of the new York Stock Exchange and occupied a prominent position in the financial world. He was born at Couls on town near Delta and received his Early Edu cation in the Delta schools. His parents were the late or. And mrs. Ben Jamin Ellis. His Mother died at his birth and he was reared in the Home of his aunt mrs. Ellis Williams now deceased. After graduating from the Delta schools he entered Goldey col lege Wilmington. On the completion of his course there he procured a position with e. I. Dupont de Nemours and company. That was in 1902, and within a Short time he joined the Wilmington Trust com Pany staff. His Rise was rapid and he soon became treasurer of that com Pany. Later he became associated with the old Laird arid company predecessor of Laird Bissell and Meeds investment Bankers succeeded last fall by the new Laird and com Pany. He was financial Secretary of the late William Winder Laird founder of Laird and company. After or. Laird s death or. Ellis continued with the firm supervising the handling of Many Large accounts. Readers of the Highland Grange with Over 125 gained for Delta High school through persons in attendance was Host to it and some valuable prizes the Churchville Grange at its regular lure offered at various times by Organ meeting on wednesday evening of ii nations throughout the state for the i winners of High school band contests. Much favourable publicity can be b y Morrison and j m Shull of the last week. The members of the visiting Grange to s. Department of agriculture. Some of the objects which will be discussed at the various meetings during the three Days include Herald times will recall that last october or thereabout there appeared in these columns an announce ment to the effect that or. Ellis along with Philip Laird and George t. Weymouth had formed the new partnership . Death came to or. Ellis on Friday evening As he was preparing to go with his children to an entertainment to be held at the Tower High school he had returned from his office As usual had dinner with his family and was about to Start with his child Ren when the at talc seized him. A physician was called taut by the time he arrived or. Ellis had passed away. Funeral services wore held on tuesday morning at 11 o clock the Rev. B. M. Johns D., pastor of Grace m. E. Church officiating. Burial was in Slateville cemetery Delta. Services at the grave were conducted by the revs. B. W. Jones and John planting Hammond a picturesque and interesting sex 1tlc Home water or. Ellis was 4f years old and Meyer and son Hill recently. M enjoyed a live debate at the meet presented an interesting program in c of what can Saccom pushed 11rose the Home leaves a widow formerly miss Olive mrs. William Schapper has been on or of the Council on saturday night j ter Persed with excellent music under or Cion do Doud of fort Wayne incl., and three the Home of her the question was resolved that the leadership of Roy coals a very the sick list at daughter mrs. Chester Mclaughln capital of Delta r. punishment should be a Boh shed in the United mrs. Henry Thompson was a week messes. Chester love and John c. Her son in Law and Norris upheld the affirmative Side and mrs. Robert c. Whue messes. S. R. Mckinley and Daniel Wilhelm argued in the neg end guest of daughter or. Roberts. Or. And mrs. J. O. Anderson Delta Active. The judges rendered a unanimous decision in favor of the neg r d., spent several Days at Chester i a with their daughter Ruth who a Lve Eam underwent an operation for i on Friday night the same team de cities miss Anderson is a teacher in bated the same question in conjunct the schools at Chester. Ution with a p. T. A. Meeting at the _ of i Valley school and the decision was or. And mrs. Frank Grove Delta j lir favor of the affirmative Side. They Are planning to hold another Montgomery debate on the same question at an _ r t r. D., mrs. Glenn Mclaughln and j son Edwin of Delta were guests of i or and mrs. Frank Woodbine. Recently. J Early Date to see who Are or. And mrs Jack Sinclair of con j champions. Stoga were guests of her brother pol lowing the saturday mph the amusing monologue was Given by mrs. Roy Coale. Other features were an informative talk on the origin of the Irish by j. H Shaffer an address on the raising and care of by Wilbur Walker and several entertaining and enjoyable recitations. Baid can be found in the Joliet Illi Cir is in the Rose Garden Nois High school for three years in types of Flower the business and pro refreshments were served and school a delightful social hour was enjoyed. Conceived the almost unheard of idea of a school band a or. Mcallister mechanical drawing children Raymond or William and Charles mrs Annie Jones and Ellis now famous band won Piowar construe a Williams cast main Street Delta the National High school con lion of the Rock every Are cousins. Test the most coveted Honor in this Day Garden acid soil i he was a member of Grace m. E. Field but its beginning was most plants and designing the Little Church of the Wilmington country Bumble. Garden club the Concord country club the in the fall of 1912, a few teachers a luncheon will be Hel i on wednes i Wilmington club and several masonic and students at Joliet Felt the need Day afternoon at which mrs w organizations. Besides he was a Dir to stir up enthusiasm Braden Lowndes president of the j Ector in a number of corporations Federated Garden of Maryland including the checker cab company National 4-h radio broadcast april 1 instructor being musically inclined and capable of playing a few instr the next regular monthly 4-h my Nisi was delegated to the organic club radio broadcast conducted by ing. Task he persuaded the school Mcfadden and family. J members present enjoyed some old or and mrs. A. B. Whitaker and time. Calie walks anal , Janet and Alan of Millers-1 Ville pa., were guests of her sister. Mrs. Thomas l. Pyle of Pylesville. Or. George Holland and w. J. Myers were recent York visitors. I the attended the Assem Bly Ball at Annapolis md., on thurs Day or. And mrs. Marshall heaps j or. And mrs. Wilson heaps or. And mrs. Paul Lefever or. And mrs. Gerald heaps or. And mrs Guy to the bewitching strains of Giles Smithson s orchestra. It is said that if or. Smithson and his Corn Hus kers can t put a wiggle in your foot there is something wrong with it. I the United states department of Board to spend for instruments i agriculture in cooperation with the this trivial amount for such a p i state agricultural colleges the unit plur Post he a vent out bought a few tonal broadcasting company will be Tooy a to play them. That was heard april 1 from to p. M i in january 1013i Anci was the Humble 6 meetings and lectures will be held m the new Horti culture building l the registration fee for the ses Sions which will be held in the morn org afternoon and evening is i Dollar and All Are Welcome. Mobron in Blekah Jonge elects officers Dublin High school plans Parade band continued on Page and philae idea c l asses meet tuesday a Parent student meeting will be held at Dublin High school tuesday the Baracca and Philathea classes or. Euis will Long be remembered for his Many benefactions. He never lost his interest in his Home town and there Are Many Here who can one Bear testimony to his Broad sym Pathy and kindness of heart. Reho both Church and Slateville cemetery have been beneficiaries of his Gen Erous impulses. It is said that at the time of his death he was Contemp lating still further assistance to Delta he was a Happy combination of vim vigor vitality enthusiasm and Loy efforts to bring about the Early Alty and he will be greatly missed organization of a band for slate in Delta As Well As in the City of his Ridge High school got under Way the adoption first part of this week. H. Hunter Wilder working in con it. Inc Ikon Lodge Section with the educational do nominates officers Ridge High s indent band urged evening april 4, immediately follow of Salem m. E. Church held their per Mont of a Well known Man fac Scarborough. Or. And mrs. Stewart brawn _ Day. Or. And mrs. Milford Wheeler. Sen tatic to the Rebekah Assembly mrs. Alice Kent of Harford county has been on the sick list. Ing the p. T. A. Meeting for the Pur regular meeting on tuesday evening a incr of band instruments will de it. Hebron Lodge no 516, i o. At a recent meeting of lady he i pose of hearing plans for the organi at the Home of or. And mrs. Luther vote the greater part of this week o. Made the following nominations Bron Rebekah Lodge. I. O. O. F., mar j nation of a school Parade band or j Hess Delta r. next conducting adaptability tests Al a recent meeting past grand c. Orchestra. I the meeting was in charge of among those students who signified o. Holden Noble grand Griffith which will be held in june in Eric 1 a. Other officers elected were Noble mrs. Hugh Day Street md., is a grand Mary Wise vice grand Ida patient m Maryland general Hospital i Tecc Kllc trustee Cassandra Jones Tali More. I District Deputy president Hilda Kilmr. And mrs. Wilson heaps and bum and her staff of officers will in family and or. And mrs. Arthur Rob the officers on tuesday evening w. K. Baxter and h. Hunter Wilder i George Stephens and Kenneth sin a desire to join the band. Vice grand John c. Norris third in charge of the educational depart Clair. After the business session or. Wilder said i Hope that at member Vallie Kilburn Joseph and Mson wore recent guests of or. And i april 18th. Mrs. Harry Robinson. I ment of one of the largest Manu social hour was enjoyed. Those pros least Twenty pupils will be Able to Owen Grieder trustee. William t. Factor cars of band instruments in the Cut were or. And mrs. Ross Barton Start the eight lesson plan and the Brown representative to the grand world will outline a plan whereby a or. And mrs. Samuel Haugh or. And parents of All those interested will be Lodge l. L. Mckinley i delegation band can be organized and prepared mrs. Lyle Hess or. And mrs. Luther interviewed in the next ten Days. To play in concert after eight lessons. Hess. Mrs. Grace Glenn misses Eliza prof. A. I Morris conductor sergeant George Chapman of both Barton Nora Glenn Heater the Fawn Grove band will be the invited the it Hebron Lodge degree the United states army band Wirtl Haugh Jean Haugh messes. Kenneth instructor and under his Able Lender team to the Imti Ary decree on l of members were present from Tri of Runph Lodge of air. Mil and also attend this meeting and will be Sinclair George Stephens James ship a band of Klueh while Ford a of Spring Chicken dinner at car Del hotel sunday. Platter 7nc. I the instructor period for the eight lesson Campbell Gerald Hess Ramsay Hess. Cardiff can Robert Hess and Haugh. To be pro Lod on Imti iry decree on Les in Triumph april huh the newspaper if Sfa Perl

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