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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 3, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 18 Delta York county pa., thursday say i be co. Scholastic Field Day will be held May 12 affair will be staged in red lion schools and on the athletic Field High faculty in charge Scholastic events will be held in both senior and Junior High schools the York county Scholastic and Field Day meet will be staged in red lion saturday May 12th, with events both in the red lion senior and Junior High buildings the red lion High gym and the new red lion High school athletic the several Hundred students from the various schools throughout the county to at tend the meet will in Many in stances be accompanied by their teachers and not a few parents or ring does big business with stolen automobiles what seems to have been a new form of racketeering for this Section was uncovered recently when or. Val lie Hawkins of Fawn Grove wrote to inspector George g. Henry of the Baltimore police department that a stolen car was. Being operated in his neighbourhood. Investigations carried on by the authorities of Maryland and Penns Ivania revealed the fact that a Large ring of automobile thieves were using York county As a dumping ground for cars stolen in Baltimore and other parts of Maryland. As a re sult several arrests have made and More Are Likely to follow. Many innocent purchasers Are find ing themselves involved in the net and while we could publish the names of these parties we Are withholding them on account of the unnecessary embarrassment it would inflict. Samuel Irwin Borough policeman seized a 1929 Chevrolet coach on sat urday night from a Man at rocks said he purchased it from George Washington George Washington As he styles himself is said to be a col sponsors. The competing students and Man and one of the most Active visitors will be the guests during the members of the gang. It is said he Day of the red lion school faculty in and their corps of assistants. All Scholastic events will be in the several departments the senior and Junior Forenoon and afternoon while indoor athletic contests will be staged in the gym in the Forenoon and the rate of death from automobile accidents much greater at night experience during hours of darkness 43.5 per cent worse than during period of Daylight during the Normal Daylight of darkness from 6 p. 6 of 6 a. To 6 p. Last year 890 automobile accidents resulted in deaths. During the Normal a. M., accidents resulted in deaths. Soochow picnic by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week upper Harford boys win poultry judging contest on saturday it was hoped Western sch might formerly lived in the lower end of distract that Royal head from is York county but his present where fairs of state Tiu the oppressed to la bouts Are unknown. So far a Stew i held Dom might gain strength to Over both arts town Man and i throw his Rule. Their ruse succeeded. Both Bine Are Tlle Only two whom charges have been Laid. There Are outdoor track and Field events in the afternoon on the new athletic Field. Members of the red lion High Jalc Klucs faculty will be in charge of the Var j ious events in the school buildings i while the track and Field events will rumours indicating extensive ramifications involving some in official Posi Tion. The we King was delighted with the Beautiful girl soon became Hope Lessly enmeshed in her Char Sand forgot All else. The kingdom became weaker and weaker. Generals and advisors frantic in their protests were show activity the eighth annual University of Maryland vocational Field Day was held at College Park on saturday april 28, at which time the boys studying vocational agriculture in the High schools of Maryland were made special guests of the University. During the Forenoon a Public speak g contest w representatives who had previously won out in regional elimination con tests. At the same tune a poultry judging contest of the leading farm Breeds was held Between teams from about thirty High schools. The High Man in Public speaking is a student in the Poolesville h. S. Of Montgom Ery county. He will later represent Maryland in the regional contest at Springfield mass. The poultry judging contest was won by the team from the Highland h. S. Of Harford county. The team was composed of Marvin Linkous son of w. Lee Linkous of five Forks Wilbur hey son of Walter Iley of Streett and Jerome Dougherty Al son of mrs. Carrie Dougher Marvin Linkous Cash prizes for received one of the his High individual work. Bubbling water. No less famous than to of Constitution. The Spring of immortal origin is the delicious Lea made from its pure water. Every traveller or ust Stop Here refreshment served by smiling yellow Robed priests. Have you Ever heard this legend of the origin of Tea a Buddhist priest once sat him Down to meditate but alas after Only a year or two he women attend presbyterian slate Ridge and Slateville Presby Terian churches were Well represented at the presbyterian held at be under the supervision of a group of men prominent in athletics. The Scholastic program provides for competitive efforts in oratory Decla ladies auxiliary mation spelling Home Good attendance and considerable enthusiasm marked the party Given by the ladies auxiliary of the Delta Cardiff fire company at continued. Cited to make the fair lady his Queen school papers current events singing by glee clubs and instrument music by orchestras. I awards will include both school i William Fuller. I the Home of or. And mrs. Rupert i. Stubbs. On thursday evening. Those attending were or. And mrs. Or. And mrs. Wil credits and individual attainments the competitors. Snodgrass or. And mrs Rupert found himself nodding sleepily. He Latta memorial Church Christiana tried in vain to keep awake for his j on thursday and Friday of last week. Finally the we King were heavy with sleep. So in among those attending were slate 1 desperation he lifted a knife Cut off William Cox and mrs. A. Bay delegates and mrs. Zimmerman mrs. S. Mrs. O. H. Heaps misses Pauline Ramsay and Beryl Wyman visitors. Amos Thomas and mrs. Snodgrass delegates and setting her above All others. The hour j Fecto his eyelids and casting them had struck. The tributary kingdom of Yueh revolted. The we King taken Benefit card utterly by Surprise was badly worsted tis cause lost his life taken. The King of Yue haad secretly de Down on the floor of his cell cried out in disgust there now i guess i shall keep but to it was Only three or four a. H. She was not destined to be his Bride for it was with fan i the counsellor that she eloped when the clash of j years later when the worthy Monk i mrs. Henry Whiteford mrs. Harry Galbreath mrs. John Bay and miss cited to wed the famous a t he himself growing weary again. J looking around to were he had his Anna Wiley visitors. Arms set her country free. Locals help postmaster the proneness of some folks to poke fun at what they like to Call the trifling betrays a woeful ignorance of human nature for those who Are in a position to know Rea Lize that no portion of a weekly news paper is seized upon so avidly As is that which tells of the comings and goings and other doings of the people of the Community. But besides affording gratification to those who enjoy this innocent gossip every so of that a strange Plant had sprung up. Plucking the leaves of the Plant he and mrs. Clayton Lowe or. And mrs. Thought As i stood on her Palace Steps poured hot water Over and Clel Asbury or. And mrs. Byron Are supposed to have escaped brewed China s first cup of Tea. The j Stubbs. Or. And mrs. David Pyle air. Out in these Hills somewhere i j ten they prove their Worth in a More Mobley Cassandra Jones Helen Lytle substantial Way. An instance showing Sarah Bay Eleanor l. Manifold Mil How such items sometimes justify dred Butler Emma Williams gerhos themselves was called to our Atten Jobe Proctor. Britta Lowe Odessa Tion a few Days ago by postmaster weeks Cornelia Stubbs Marjorie m. S. Macomber who says he was Switzer and Earl Proctor marshal Able to locate the addressee and of a heaps Milford Wheeler Ross Lowe feet the delivery of a registered let j Joseph Robinson Harry Colvin win Ter through information gleaned from Williams or. And mrs. James court and they were seen nevermore. But Monk drank the Tea adds the Ney or. And mrs. Pennington mrs., they must have lived happily Ever and was so refreshed thereby that he William Clyde Williams mrs. Anna and that is the Story of Hsi never needed sleep after that. C. Chester mrs. Maude Kent mrs. Henry Mobley mrs. Amelia Bay mrs. H. W. Butler mrs. Edgar Chandlee mrs. C. Warner mrs. Harry Hughes mrs. C. P. Scarborough mrs. William Tweedle mrs. Mary loner Gan mrs. Lester Williams mrs. Wil Liam Arthur heaps mrs. Nelson Gera Mill mrs. Bertha Mclaughlin mrs. Stanley Amos mrs. N. Scarbor Ough misses Pearl Shenk Margaret thieves ransack warehouse office on sunday night steal papers and get loot to value of but fail in at tempt to make away with car second robbery in year for the second time within a year thieves rifled the Safe in the office of Robinson Bros warehouse Delta on sunday night despite a sign on the Safe saying this Safe is not lock besides carrying away a bundle of insurance and other papers of a non negotiable character the pilfer ers purloined about Worth of Mer Chandise. Discovery of the forced entry was made by Luther Williams an employee when he opened the doors on Mon Day morning. An examination of the premises revealed that Entrance had been gained through a window open ing into the private office. This had been broken so As to admit the in truders. A checkup showed that Sev eral boxes of cigars a Quantity of spark plugs tire tape an automobile tire and some Buckskin gloves were missing. There were also indications that an attempt had been made to steal a Plymouth car used for company Busi Ness but the thieves were walked by a locked car in front of the Plymouth which made it impossible for them to move it. Later in the Day the missing papers were found strewn along the tracks of the Maryland and Pennsylvania. Railroad several Hundred feet from the warehouse where they had been scattered by the miscreants after they discovered their worthlessness to them. Less than a year ago his Sams warehouse was robbed in a similar manner. At that time the offices of the John h. Myers son lumber Yard and the Cardiff milling company were also entered. Merston Stubbs and George Evans. The local columns of the Herald to bytes another slant to the question is that revealed in letters like we and _ every other newspaper editor gets township them too received a. Few Days ago from a lady out in Hamline Kansas. After saying that she had taken the w. C. T. A meets mrs. Richard Rees Cardiff enter j a kindly old priest in a faded gown leaving spirit Cliff Mountain our and twinkling Rosary smiled and party dipped Down across a Valley bowed us out of the Temple court i and climbed a Steep Mountain where at last we took our departure i All the rocks stand up like so Many after having partaken of his generous measles epidemic sweeps Community an epidemic of measles has put a crimp in the plans of both the High school and elementary department of j while the casual onlooker might political pot begins to seethe in Harford by. Not notice much steam there Are knife Blades of the Tomb this is the Mountain of or. Ten thousand. The Mountain is named after a famous counsellor of the we kingdom Tea party. The sky was turning Rosy in the West As we made our Way quickly by Way of a new Road Back once More the health authorities the entire sys Josie is aplenty to indicate that there is Tern was closed Down on monday. On already considerable heat inside the that Day seventy seven pupils were i political pot in Harford county. Unable to attend school either be with the gubernatorial contest As who was buried Here. So virtuous a to the town of Wood and Waterways Man was he that there was a terrific from there our. Motor boats sped cause they were ill with measles or one big source of pos confined to their Homes by quaran sible is also a goodly Tine. String of local offices for which there the problem was threshed out on seems to be no dearth of seekers. Monday night when the school Board particular interest is being Manifest and the Borough Board of health meted in what is Likely to prove a Lively at the High school building. As a re land spirited contest Between col. J. Suit of this conference it was decided l. G. Lee Bel air lawyer Thomas West to re open the schools on wednesday c. Hopkins Havre de Grace banker. Gate and hailed a mid victorian car for those pupils who had previously and Mips Mary e. W. Risteau Farmer Ridge on the horse Road i think had measles. Any one who had never former member of the House of we Slid through a fat Man s mis everyone of us was sorry that the bad this disease were ordered to re delegates in the Effort to bag electrical storm when even the rocks stood up in reverence As he was Low ered into his grave. And every Rock has thus been standing through All the Ages since that dark hour. It is weirdly picturesque. Back to Beautiful cutting a clean White path thru the Moonlit water. As we tumbled ashore at Ery even More interesting than . Day s fun was Over. Of the Wisconsin dells where one must squeeze Between two great slabs of Rock very close together in order he said our Jovial Host you Back to America write a letter and Tell How a chinese official trained the members of the w. C. T. Make the descent. Continued on Page 4 j at the foot of this Hill which is took you out for a that i said i. It was this disease were ordered to re delegates in the Effort to bag the main at Home until monday when if state senatorial nomination. This they showed no symptoms of the triangular struggle Between veterans malady they will be permitted to re will probably prove to the big Harford Grade pupils prepare for Delta High j called heavenly peace is a Temple simply and a far famed fairy Spring of Clear j continued next week the fou owing pupils of peach Bot paper Ever since she was married she Tom township Bave taken the eighth went on to remark that she still in examination for Entrance into jh1 h Bryansville school miss Joyed it and its news items of old friends and acquaintances. She closed her letter by saying your paper continues to keep us in touch with when Humble items gathered Here and there carry Comfort and satisfaction to men and women far from the memories Days they cease to be trivial. That s grand Lodge i. O. O. Of elects new officers subscribers get new Harford i it Margaret Enfield and miss Hughes teacher Weldon Ethel lows Auble Mil recent will be of interest to Odd the new Harford county Telephone to know that As a result of the directory of the Chesapeake and to election throughout the state Tomac company of Baltimore City old Homestead and bring Sweet with Happy yester ton Wise Francis Casey Vern Wise Ralph , a vary Kilburn Woodley Thompson Roy Neal and Betty Lee Kahoe Valley school mrs. Caroline Rightmire teacher Dorothy and Margaret Henry Mabel and Les Ter Smith Etta Louise Torbert and the following persons were chosen to j serving Bel air Fork Jarrettsville direct the activities of the Organiza 1 Wilna Perry vice port Deposit Abor Tion in this jurisdiction for the com i Deen Churchville Darlington Havre ing year grand master prof. G. Willie Grace and Cardiff has just been Henry Harrisburg Deputy grand delivered. In making the delivery of master Clifford w. Fenton esq., of this new directory. Manager j. H. New Castle grand Warden Harry c. I Rouse urges that All previous books Why no sensible editor apologizes for Batty Whiteford Slateville school i Stephens Philadelphia grand Secre be turned in or destroyed so that publishing them. Dist. Conference of rotary International to be held at Penn state miss Lay teacher Hazel Singleton pikes Peak school miss Helen Smith teacher Marie Wayne Bangor school Chester Wise teacher Robert Wayne marshal Glenn and Gilbert Evans. A tary Frank Shannon esq., Pittston grand treasurer Fred c. Hanyen esq., Scran ton grand representative John n. Mark Oil City. The new officers will to installed after their number of pupils were unable to take acceptance and confirmation at Tho the examination owing to an session to be held at strouds year George Chandlee Harry Mcallister Bessie Giles Lewis Sion service announces a new rotarians from the far tip of Mas los in the schools. Burg in june. Eastern Shore Peninsula from the Tho Fon owing pupils of miss mar-1 mountains of West Virginia and from Garect Enfield Bryansville school did All of Central Pennsylvania will be on not miss a Day Dur Irig. The past school their Way to Penn state College Sun Day May 6 for the annual three Day conference of the 34th District of rotary International. Tho conference will open with divine services sunday evening and conclude with an entertainment by the Penn state musical dramatic clubs tuesday night. The District governor will be elected tuesday noon. Help for bean growers there will to no confusion caused by calling wrong numbers. A great Many Telephone numbers have been changed since the last Book was is sued he says. Telephone directories contain a turn to their classes. Show of the Campaign As a result of this recess plans for county. The term closing and for the com a other candidates Are d. my me Cement exercises for the Grade Joabb a. Freeborn Brown and Meyer rating class of the High school will Henry Gutz the incumbent for the have to be re arranged. The schools office of state s attorney Edmund will close on May 20, but the com Snodgrass incumbent and Street mince mint exercises which were for treasurer s. Winfield for May 25 will have to be postponed Cain so far has the Field to himself to a later Date. At this time Njma candidacy for clerk of the Cir Date has not been fixed. Jul let court the same thing holds for attendance running or James a. Gross Register of wills for several been broken Cranville c. Boyle will hive to fight by this onslaught of measles. For in Formor sheriff Dewcy f. Bowman stance James a. Fulton jr., son of for that of acc j Paul Cark first or. And mrs. James a. Fulton Delta District Harry Bailey second Dis r. D., would have completed an eight strict Clyde Spencer chairman. Third year record for perfect attendance Harry Hess fourth Dis the end of this term except for an Triciti Ami Fred whaling fifth Dis attack of the measles which now has him confined to his room at Home. Local candidates for committeemen of the four Hundred and Sevonty strict All members of the Board of county commissioners arc said to be a candidates for re election. So far on ily three have announced themselves for the four positions in the House of delegates Broumel Bel air Leo. P. Moore Havre de Grace i Tii tt7 pvt l 1 t great amount of useful information five petitions for party committee Ian l c w . Joppa. On How to get the Best service from i men filed with the county commis a other candidates arc expected to one s Telephone How to make whose names will to printed enter the Field any Day and definite town Calls what to do in the ballots to be. Voted at the announcements arc expected almost trouble How to Call information and Spring primaries to be conducted Lime from the republicans who Verna the University of Maryland Exton Many other phases of Telephone serv this county tuesday May 15, the col Iscem to to waiting to see which Way ipad e circular by Thomas d. Holder j and Herman a. Hunter on producing snap Beans for the publication is Well illustrated and maybe the meeting of the social service had from the Extension service at Giles and Charles Kilburn. Social service club club has been postponed to May 11, at which time it is hoped a. Full representation May to present. College Park or from the county agent Bel air free of charge. Ask for circular no. 104. Lowing Are from Delta Borough and peach Bottom township Delta Hugh John Evans Margaret c. Findley peach Bottom a. L. My the regular meeting of the Cardiff Laughlin Mary Ruff Malone. Demo uie wind blows. Community club Community club will to held at the Home of or. And mrs. W. E. Arthur John l. Norris p. E. Baker peach Bottom h. Dale Mel on Friday evening May 4, at Frank Thomas Harry a. Bar o clock. Ton. L. T. L. Meeting Tho meeting of the l. T. L. Will to postponed this month on account of the epidemic of measles. Tho next meeting be held in june

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