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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 4, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli Herald times the Only newspaper adequately Coterine Southern York couty Fem Asj Tania and Northern Hart Ord vol. La. No. 18 Delta York county pa., thursday May 4, 1933 established 1878 locals Junior society meets Fawn Grove Delta Cardiff Whiteford mrs. Mary Elizabeth Morris a student at Cedar Crest College spent the week end with her father William t. Morris East main Street. Or. And mrs. H. E. Thompson of near Darlington visited at the Home of his brother in Law and sister or. Rand mrs. Robert Roberts on sat urday. The Alice Hyson Junior society of slate Ridge Church met at the Home of miss Beryl Wyman on saturday afternoon. The following program was Given song Reading czech w c t u conference the following pupils from Fawn township passed the 8th Grade exam j nation Margaret Anderson Dorothe Bair Nellie Druck Betty Hyson b Eanor Jamison Frances Kercher i minstrel show Well attended a Large of me tiers 1 the ten York City and York county w. C t. U. Units attended the regional the Delta minstrels of the Delta i w c t u conference at Harrisburg Cardiff fire company presented their on tuesday and wednesday. Nine show on tuesday and wednesday counties were represented at the ses the Little by Florence j Walton Daniel Alloways Ross recitation the children s Brooks Clyde Campbell Mauricej by Charlotte Pennington j Davis Vernon Morris Charles shr def to Large and appreciative audiences. Reading the Little by and Everitt Vanhart. Betty Jean Gailey Reading Uncle j mrs. Clyde Stewart suffered a Ben s by Frances Pyle song jul injury to her right leg tuesday fewest those present were Alma Thompson i morning while burning rubbish j Lois tinier Jean Mckinley Sara Wil Rifle Bullet exploded and struck f show is evidence of the hard work on tuesday afternoon by miss Mary mrs. J. W. Norris is visiting her Helm Natalie but in the leg just below knee. Expended in the rehearsing of the j e Macken National organizer. On Ler Emily Williams Frances Pyle Bertha Wise Evelyn Myers Dorothy Glasgow Mildred Glasgow Marjorie Wyman. Constitution son Lawrence Norris of Detroit. Miss Edith Fisher a teacher at new Freedom spent the week end at her Home Here. Or. And mrs. Payne manifold of Stewartstown were recent visitors of son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. A. H. Zimmerman. Or. And mrs. Hugh a. Poff visited mrs. Joseph Beard who is a patient at Union memorial Hospital Balti More. J j miss Louise Dooley is spending or. And mrs. Dan Mcgurk and some time with relatives in Wash daughters. Slab were sunday visitors Jungton d. C. _ at Cyrus Orr s. Or. And mrs. William m. Williams William. Baughnan motored to entertained recently at their Home Harrisburg on monday. Mrs. John r. Price and children j org Amog Harrison is visiting or. Edith and Lewis of Wilkes Barre f and mrs Elwood Harrison after mrs. Wallace Tilson and daughter spend my the Winter in York. Felicia Danville i. Or. And mrs. Thomas Lloyd and children Thomas and Mildred and or. And mrs. Earl Warner and daughter Phyllis All of red lion. Mrs. Bessie Bradley spent a Day recently with mrs. Mary Dooley. Miss Ruth Anderson daughter of or and mrs. J. O. Anderson Delta or and mrs John l Snyder wl1" r "d., who recently underwent Snyder or. And mrs. Francis operation for appendicitis is acc user Mcguigan or. And family mrs. How Ard Wolfe mrs. Preston Baker mrs. Rating at her Home. Miss Anderson is i j. Char lev Pickel and miss Adella Baker a teacher in the schools at Chester. Vallie Hawkins was called and dresses i May 2 and 3, in the firemen s Hall Sions which were held in Baptist Temple second and Pine streets. Mrs. The songs and jokes were All of the i b. Abel is vice president of the the professional Atmos conference. The sessions opened at phere of those taking part in a m an address was Given the injury. Or. And mrs. A. H. Morris Gailey Betty Jean Gailey Corinne and mrs. W. I. Herbert and son Scotten Helen Samsell Jean Dooley j son and miss Elizabeth Elaine were Charlotte Pennington and miss Beryl York visitors tuesday. Or. And mrs. Benjamin h. Jamesc spent sunday with her parents or and mrs. J. Frank Grove Hopewell township. Varied selections. J the opening chorus was followed i tuesday evening addresses were Given mass Azuba Jones National Evan i new band gives initial concert Delta had a pleasant Surprise on last thursday night when the newly organized school Parade and concert band gave its first Public concert under the direction of a. H. Morris Fawn Grove s capable band Leader. The Small but enthusiastic group of embryo musicians performed with great credit to themselves and de Light to their parents and friends. The program consisted of the Fol lowing numbers in saxophone Trio Sweet and London trumpet Trio old Black address by h. H. Wilder abide with pertained with three numbers. A Reci state Secretary of agriculture. Wed station and hillbilly songs were Fol j mesday s session was opened at Lowed by a trombone Solo. A. M. Mrs. John Hammond of Delta daughter Betty and miss Maryj Smith. York were sunday visitors the Home of mrs. Brown s or. And ills. A. H. Morris. J by four solos. Next the Happy relist mrs. Ella Black state w. C. Among other things or. Wilder three Well known radio stars in president and John Mcsparren said this is a proud night for me. Tonight i officially turn the band Over to the school. In doing so i want to congratulate or. Zimmerman on his foresight and Community spirit. At the same time i want to congratulate the parents for their attitude of helpful cooperation or. Morris for his efficient work in whipping the boys and girls into shape for no band can be a Success without a competent bandmaster and you kids on the final act started with the entire conducted a citizenship round table. Or. And mrs. Harvey g. Brown andr chorus followed by four solos and j mrs. Black was the speaker. Mrs. Locator Circle John Beakes Robert or. And Lars. Lester Kreidler Williams Vernon Knopp. George Dick i or. And mrs. . Druck and sons Charles Richard Donald and Jack Lilliam Fry Columbia. Or. And mrs. John Marsteller and daughter. Mrs. Lamotte red lion and mrs. Jennie Brown Fawn Grove were recent guests of or. And mrs. Charley Pyle. Schaefter York spent tuesday and wednesday with or. And mrs. George a. Ruff. J or. And mrs. M. N. Ruff and miss Evelyn Whiteford this place miss a Hilda Ruff Marvin n. Ruff bryans concluded with the grand finale. 1 Jones conducted the prayer service at those taking part in the show were the beginning of the afternoon session As follows Hubert p. Harkins inter mrs Lumian Trezise state w c to vice president and miss Virginia son Bernard. And mrs. Maurice Meh Reg Warner Marshall heaps be Grosh of Lancaster county were the your Fine work and your ability to Roy Williams. Lewis Williams Eddie speakers. Mclaughlin Delmar Myers Paul j Butler. Ralph Davis end men Arthur Fjones Lester Williams Milf Ord whee i 3er and Randall Mclaughlin Recita it ions Alma Macomber hillbilly songs Ville and miss Beulah Jamison Gat i Edwin Jones and list Ilgenfritz trom Cli Elville attended the dance Aad card Bone Solo h. Hunter Wilder. Party at the White Rose Arena Fri Day evening held by the t. C. L. Of York. Delta High notes w m York one Day last week. Or and mrs. Willis Bulette and or. And mrs. Robert c Roberts and daughters Frances and Dorothy were recent callers at the Home of Edwin and or. And mrs. J. J. Her sister mrs. August Lay Delta Healy were in Chester sunday. Re i or. And mrs. John q. Johnson and or. And mrs. Charles Ailes of j son Stewart were tuesday guests of Brooklyn n. Y., visited relatives in or. And mrs. J. Walter Stewart. Miss Veltina mob Lam and James Messick spent saturday in Baltimore. The dance Given for the Benefit of t the Fawn Grove fire company at Spring Valley Park Friday evening attended. Music was the Howard family Mission group elects Delta woman Secretary was largely furnished by Woodbine. The Vicinity for several Days. Clair v. Spidle a student at Bryan Hill Emporium Cameron county pa., is at the Home of his Mother mrs. Or. And mrs. Warren Bulette and family or. And mrs. Raymond bar Nett mrs. Mary Bulette York or. The women s missionary society of the Westminster presbytery held a two Day meeting in the first Presby Terian Church York. The presbytery misses Lillian and Nancy Whiteford includes All the presbyterian churches employees of the Morris mfg. Co., and Lancaster counties. Mrs. Spent sunday with mrs of Marietta is Louise Whiteford Shane the president. Mrs. Arthur h. Zim Marvin e. Webb w. Howard Webb Merman Delta was elected recording Marcus n. Ruff and George a. Ruff i Secretary. Motored to York monday evening and attended a meeting of the t. C. L. At the morning session on Friday class spirit is Strong this week. Each group trying its Best to win highest score in the d. H. S. Track meet. Events Are being ably handled by fact the organization and efficiency of those in charge seems better than the ability or preparation of Many of the contestants. Winners in this Home meet will be entered in the red lion Field Day to be held May 13. I realize that the study of instrumental i music is a great education in to the band he said the worst is Ever. Like any building operation when the foundation is once Laid the rest of the work makes rapid pro Gress. Work now will be play As you get other books and begin to play marches Waltzes polkas Etc. Every one in the band is a Success on their instruments so far and should not at the conclusion of the concert a Parent s band committee was named consisting of the following persons mesdames g. B. Dick H. Right mire and w. M. Carico. And mrs. John divers or. And mrs. I at the Malta Temple. Elizabeth Spidle his school term hav j Arthur divers and son Havre de ing ended last wednesday. J Grace spent sunday with mrs. Jose or and mrs. Charles Myers enter Phine Bulette trained at their Home on sunday the Vernon Burns is suffering from the Home of mrs. Sara Ann Smith latter s son in Law and daughter or. J bruises and cuts received on Friday and mrs. Curtis Grubb and Daugh night he was thrown from his ters Margaret Evelyn and Arlene of Holtwood. Hilda motor Cycle. Or. And mrs. A. H. Burns or. And John Macom Taer a student at Dick mrs. Frank Howard Richard Burns h senior honors Given on the basis of character scholarship and leadership during the four years in High school were Given out on wednesday morn reports of the year s work were Given i ins during Assembly. Students who by the Presb Yterdal officers. Rev. Or. Nave failed in subject during at i and mrs. Ferd Webb jr., moved Wauer j to Tor of the first Tendance have automatically been fro i the double House of George a. Church York assisted by Rev. T. C. Dropped from the eligibility list. In on moms Avenue to rooms at Lancaster and Rev George h. Alphabetical order these persons won. ,._ Shea of conducted the commendation Honor group Rebecca communion service at the opening of Brooks Hilda Ruff Mildred Snow the afternoon session. The devotionals honorable mention Robert Frances Morris spent sunday with were Nch of org John Ham. A yes Sada Pyle and Paul Wise. Den Seward who saw the smoke. William I the members of the Honor group hastened to the scene of the fire. On or. Market Street. J Lisses Evelyn Whiteford and i alleged incendiary caught by Forest Ward East Frank Trego a farm hand was a i ested the first of the week on charges of maliciously setting fire to Woodland belonging to Buck Light Otter Point Harl Ord county. According to or. Light he had Dis charged Trego on saturday and twice that night had discovered him hanging around his premises. About 9 o clock sunday morning a series of fires broke out in Woods belonging to or Light. The Abingdon fire department was called and Forest War Inson College spent the week end at his Home Here. Miss Phoe be Hughes of York is visiting friends Here. Mrs.1 Nannie Wickes who has been sick is improved. Mrs. Frank Day of Washington d c., visited relatives in the Vicinity. Scott Proctor of Lancaster visited his Earl Proctor recently. Miss Helen Wallick York visited miss Margaret Findley for several Days. Or. And mrs. Charles Stubbs Balti More were recent visitors of his parents or. And mrs. W. F. Stubbs. Or. And mrs. Paul Weilor and fam ily of red lion visited his parents or. And mrs. John Judd. Or. And mrs. Roy Tompson enter and Nelson Garvin spent wednesday evening with or. And mrs. Tom Swift. Or. William Thompson and father of Philadelphia were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Harry Orr. Miss Bessie Webster and John e. Webster spent thursday afternoon with mrs. Howard Bartol. Or. And mrs. Edward Grove York spent the week end with or. And mrs. W. B. Orr. Mrs. Isabella Hess has returned Home after spending the Winter with relatives in new Jersey. Or. And mrs. Edward Williams and daughter Jane Marie miss Helen Trout and Roy Trout were Friday evening guests of misses Grace and Ellen Bartol. Harry Pyle of Wilmington spent the former s aunts misses Nannie and Mattie Barton. Fawn Grove r. Tar. And mrs. William Garvine Woodbine r. D., and Niece miss Dorothy Shanbarger this place spent sunday with relatives m York. Or. And mrs. Elwin Dowart and daughter Lavere Lancaster were guests of her parents or. And mrs. George w. Shanbarger sunday. Or. And mrs. Williard Ramsay and children Mary Lou Miriam and Wil Liard jr., York and or. And mrs. Leslie Mcelwain Stewartstown r. D., visited mrs. Ella Mcelwain sunday. Mond Delta Anc Jacobs York. Next year s meeting will be held at Latta memorial Church Christiana. Will be speakers at the graduation of. The class to be held on May 26. Kev. H. C. Kamsay talks of China to students annual sunday school Day observed Rev. H. Clarence Ramsay Chestnut Street spoke on tuesday afternoon fifth District Council meets the fifth District Council of re his arrival he was told that a Man had been seen setting fire to leaves a Little farther up the Road. Seward proceeded in Pursuit and eventually caught the Man who was identified As the person seen setting the fires. He was taken to Bel air and lodged in jail to await the action of the grand jury. This is a serious offence under the Gigious education met m the Dublin Maryland Law and a conviction i a m. E. Church sunday night april result in a Fine c i 30. James Deran of Highland chair mint for five years or to the pupils of the Wheeler school Man of the District presided. Rev. House mrs. Wilson Galbreath teach Edwin shelling of new Harmony had or on the subject of China As an in j charge of the devotions. Mrs. W. A. I aspiration for the study of the Geog Harry Secretary of both the District Rith Washington Council meets Raphy of China. And county gave a talk in regard to tie i Gular meeting of Machii. Trained Over the week end mrs. Mar Vin Ritchie and daughters Helen and the week end with his parents or. Marie of Bel air. And mrs Mart Pyle mrs Mary e. Morris and miss mrs John h Wilson is visiting her Mabel Ailes spent saturday in Balti son and daughter in Law or. And 1 mrs. Joseph e. Wilson. York. Or. And mrs. Harry Lloyd of air Ville were sunday guests of or. And mrs. William t. Whiteford. Or. And mrs. Harry Mccallister called on or. And mrs. Will Mccall is the interesting and unusual curios the prosperous spiritual Outlook for Washington Council daughters of sunday school Day was of i by or Ramsay during nis iut rework. Wilson a heaps county America was a curl on monday eve n serve Roug of or v i y an 1 Twenty five years of missionary work chairman spoke of the county con ing. Councilor Hulda Smith Ork county on sunday the in formed the background of a mention which will Convene at Friend representatives Giacco Watson Nora ing of statistics including attendance his discourse wild inc children saw to j ship m. E. Church on june 21. Rev. Scamon and Ida e. Twee dec state pc gurus and an offering for sunday no item wag of crooked before s Robert b. Wierer of North Harford credential committee women will at circuit announced his leadership tend the state session to be held i j training plans. Miss Lillian k. Me Southern hotel Baltimore on Mon . Mrs. George Robinson and son Douglas of Chester Are spending some time with her parents or. And mrs. John t. Butler main Street. Mrs. Annie Pyle entertained mrs. Robert Mckee of Kennett Square. Mrs. Lester Williams and miss Dorothy Williams spent saturday afternoon at Havre de Grace. Or. And mrs. Walter Gross and school work was under the direction of the York county Sabbath school i association. The association has been 1 gathering statistics for the past 128 years. W. B. Hays is president of the j county association. H. W. Dietz is county Secretary. The talk was ended. Ter on sunday afternoon. James and Edward Stewart spent sunday afternoon with me bars. Ralph William and Leslie Davis. Or. And mrs. Harold Stokes and children Louise and Barbara were or and mrs j Walter Stewart Fawn Grove Bank plans approved Cormick of the state staff installed Day and tuesday May 8 and 9. A j the following District officers presi Range rents Are being made to Cele auxiliary Dent James Deran vice president brate the anniversary of the holds card party Jennings Scarborough Secretary mrs. I Tion of the Council the Date to be w. A. Harry treasurer Eugene Roc announced later key supt. Of children s division mrs. A card party for the Benefit of the Edgar Treakle Young people s i ladies auxiliary of the Delta Cardiff Ivision miss Elizabeth Scarborough fire company was held in the o. C. J adult work miss mercy Huff chair j Jones building on thursday evening Jan of leadership training Rev. I those present were or. And mrs. W. I Robert b Wierer daily vacation Peoples recent visitors of or. And mrs. Charles Pyle. Or. And mrs. W. W. Sellers entertained their daughter miss Marjorie Sellers a teacher at Ardmore pa., Over the week end. N. M. Scarborough spent a Day in Baltimore recently. Miss Rebecca Brooks represented the Chapel sunday school at bryans Ville sunday school on sunday and visited her Cousin miss Romaine Morris. Miss Martha Ailes daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Ailes of Brooklyn n. Y., formerly of Delta graduated from the Church Home and infirmary training school for nurses at the continued on Page three and or. And mrs. J. Walter Gross and i family visited or. And mrs. Martin w. Pyle sunday afternoon. Miss Ethel heaps spent tuesday night with miss Jean Todd. Mrs. Frank Swift is confined to her bed by illness. Miss Emma Everett spent thursday night with miss Ellen Bartol. Makes Progress the banking situation Here is pro social service club the regular meeting of the social service club of slate Villa and Community will be held Friday May 12, instead of May sat the Home of mrs. Mary i. Jones. I the govern the Treasury department of the Ujj. Snodgrass or. And mrs Nelson i Church schools mrs. Raymond e. United states has expressed its a j Marsteller or. And mrs. Snyder or. Manley. A Solo entitled Send Forth i grossing steadily though not As rap Proval of the plan of reorganization i Anci mrs. John Barton or. And mrs. I thy was very Well rendered idly As had been desired due to diff 01 the first National Bank of Fawn Harry Butler mrs. Howard Walker. By Rcv Edwin shelling. Mrs. Cuties and encountered in the Grove l. R. Whitaker conservator mrs William Fisher mrs. Everett bctl1 Snodgrass. Of Emory of the Bank stated today. I Morris mrs. R. I. Stubbs mrs. Jerome school read a poem. Be of letters outlining the plan will be Wilson mrs. William Clyde Williams cheer was the subject of a discourse mailed to the depositors at an Early mrs. Harry Hughes mrs. C. P. Scar k Date. Borough mrs. Mehring Warner mrs. Baltimore Council. Edward Maxwell will be prepared to rive out the de the Fawn Grove Bank closed on j n a Scarborough misses Oma Bernard Knight a Trio next tails of a reorganization plan after a March 4, when the nation wide Bank i Sceper Pearl Shenk Mary Eunice was an impressive Candle Light ser conference with the Treasury vice in which the following took part Leader miss Lillian Mccormick Candle lighters mrs. Wilson a. Heaps. Mrs. Edward Knight misses Martha a i it the Lee m charge Are giving mass Myra Hobbs of the the their Best attention and Primc at 7sc. Cur Dri Holiday was declared. The new Bank will be in a position of Security which has never before been attained and it is hoped that there will be no delay in the reorganization so that the Bank May resume operations at an Early Date for the Benefit of the Community As a whole which has been greatly affected by the loss of its function. Scarborough and Odessa weeks. Community club meets Boyd Mary Harry Louise Huff Ethel Early next week. Mizue Osville gives Operia the music clubs of Mille Ravillo Jane heaps and Alverta Stevens. Rev. State teachers College will present the regular meeting of the Cardiff William a. Price of Highland con the yeomen of the a Gilbert Community club will be held at the Home of or. And mrs o. H. Heaps on Friday evening May sat 8 o clock. Eluded the Candle service with an i and Sullivan opera in two acts of appropriate prayer of consecration the College Chapel saturday May 6r and Benediction. In rat o clock d. S. Newspaper if

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