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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 10, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland Delta York county pa., thursday May 10, 1934 former Harford sheriff expires Delta High news wins first place in West with Only a Short rest after taking first place and winning a medal in Columbia University Scholastic press clubs and societies hold usual meetings m. P. Auxiliary elects the ladies auxiliary of the m. P. V with the demise of Stevenson a. Association contest the Delta High Church its regular Mont Llly meet Teford Athis Home Between White firs place for of ugh in May 3 Ford and Pylesville on last Friday morning1, the upper end of Harford county lost one of its old time Politi Cal figures and prominent Farmers. Or. Whiteford was a son of the late Michael and Augustine Whiteford and was a life Long resident of the the following officers were elect Nual critical Survey of the National de for ensuing. Year. Scholastic press association at the University of Minnesota according to an announcement made the first of president . We. T. Brown vice president . Annie Hughes Secre tary miss Margaret Wilson Treasur the week. A suitable certificate will i Warren Pennington. The re awarded. This makes two National x of cuu Auy i0r we Pasic asked the ambers to relieve her term x903-05. His father he Ponsi burties of the office at Section where he died. He served As sheriff of the county for the two year had filled the same office. Wale he was Active in politics his principal interest was agriculture to which he devoted the most of his time since boyhood. His death resulted from a complication of diseases and followed an illness of considerable duration. He was Over 75 years of age. His wife Elizabeth Virginia Whiteford Nee Bennington preceded him in death. Surviving Are three sons and three daughters Stephenson a. Whiteford j jr., Haddon Heights n. J. Mrs Howard James College Park my. Mrs. Richard Camp Brooklyn my. Michael Whiteford Darlington my. Mrs. James Day Hallam and War Field Whiteford who resided at Home with his father also 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the late Home on monday afternoon at 2 o clock conducted by the Rev. A. L. Hyde. Interment was in slate Ridge cemetery. Hubert p. Harkins was the funeral director. To a i tiring Secretary tiles. James Wilson held the Post for twelve years the faculty advisors and the printers. Other local happenings of interest this time. Reports indicated that the ladies enjoyed a very successful year. Enjoy radio program fourteen members of the social service club of Slateville presbyter big Blaze Burns barn and Stock i Penn state students. Win livestock awards fire of unknown origin destroyed the Fine modern barn together with two bulls seven pigs a number of calves and a. Quantity of baled Hay and Straw on the farm of Charles Thompson of near Fawn Grove on monday Forenoon. The loss is Esti mated at and is Only partly covered by insurance. The barn Ivas one of the most modern in the Section. It was erected in 1919, by the late l. P. Colgan shortly after he had purchased the property and was on what was for Merly known As the Charles r. Bar Tol farm situated Northwest of Fawn Grove Borough. The Structure was winners of awards at the annual Little International livestock Exposi a Tion at Penn state College included Morris s. Huntzinger Hazleton grand stolen car jacket leads to arrests since last week numerous Arresta have been made As a result of the miss Janice Harry a member Zotian Church and the pastor the Rev. The faculty at the Havre de Grace b. W. Jones enjoyed what they called said to have Cost around to schools spent the week end with her a radio program on Friday even j erect parents or. And . Joel Harry Ling of last week. Besides an address a Herd of Young heifers barely or. And . Clifford Fantom of by the pastor a number of musical missed death in the flames As their York visited their parents or. And selections were rendered by the Mem i owner or. Thompson had driven schools get ready for big Field Day Lighth annual affair will be staged in red lion starts at o clock . John Fantom and or. And . Bers. Miss Dorothy Redding a student at Roline Rightmire Harry Robinson time he says there was no sign of the University of Maryland spent the James Mackinson jr., Brooke Snow fire. Since he carried no matches and . John Redding. Three co. Fires cause prompt investigation Luy Westerman on sunday. Those present were Ca Ithem to pasture Only about ten min utes before the Blaze started. At that week end with her parents or. And grass Clinton Johnson misses Char Lotte Rigdon Ethel Hughes Margaret sewing society meets three rather spectacular fires with in a few Kours in the Southern Sec h. A. Poff was a York visitor on Wheeler Ruth Thomas Pauline Rob monday Inson Olla Barnett Verba and Mil Thomas Hughes Baltimore spent dred Snodgrass and Marie Dinsmore. The week end with his parents mr., and . H. A. Hughes. Mrs. John m. Buck . Marshall Thomas and miss Frances w. Hall of Bel air called on friends in Delta on wednesday. Attorney Harry m. Brooks was in Washington on wednesday. Miss Ruth Wheeler of Harrisburg spent the week end with her parents. Or. And . T. H. Wheeler. Building was not wired for electricity the cause of the fire is a Baff Ling mystery. A bucket brigade formed by neigh Bors and the Fawn Grove fire com Pany which was also called to the . Guy Scarborough entertained scene found the raging flames too the members of the slate Ridge sew ing society on last thursday after noon. Mrs. Walter Stewart presi Dent had charge of the business ses Sion and the program was in the hands of . Robert Stewart. Mrs. G. Baer gave a Reading a Solo was rendered by . F. W. Wyman and . Robert Sewart read a num much for them. They were Able How Ever to save several nearby build Ings. R. And a. Heaps at Tion of the county has served prompt an investigation on the part Ujj of representatives of the fire insur-1 tended the funeral of Frank Mont Gomery in Philadelphia on monday. Or. And . Howard s. Allen vols Haer of poems. Refreshments were item relatives in Philadelphia on at the conclusion of the pro Ance underwriters. Gram. Those attending were mesdames Thomas j. Gailey Hannah Harry William b. Davis Howard Proctor following closely on the heels of y. Gilpin Stubbs visited relatives Floyd w. Wyman Scott Street Alice in departments at Penn state join in Farmers Field Day twelve departments of the schoo of agriculture at Penn state Colleg will provide programs and exhibit for the annual Farmers Field a thursday june 14, announces pro t. I. Mairs chairman of the commit tee in charge of this event. The h. Secrist barn fire at Fawn Grove on sunday and at jacks0n, Robert Stewart Walter Jen a agriculture economics agriculture town saturday afternoon of untended Home coming Day services at ions Howard Hamilton Harold Al engineering agronomy animal bus known origin came the fire saturday evening at the Blacksmith and tool shop on the Howard w. Anderson fruit farm below Stewartstown. Caused a loss and by reason of a rather Odd and As yet unexplained flare up of gasoline Burns sustained by William Gatchellville and an injury to Dean Runkle s Finger. The Eureka fire co., of Stewartstown averted the destruction of adjacent buildings. The third fire which created a 000 loss developed on monday morn ing destroying the Large barn and some livestock on the former l. P. Colgan farm near Fawn Grove which had recently been acquired by Charles Thompson. P. Church. I Stokes Emory Lowe j. Milford . Amelia Bay has been visiting Wheeler g. Baer Gerald heaps Bandry Dairy husbandry forestry Home economics Extension Hortick 3. Steward at Jwilliam h. Cox Walter Stewart o. Or. And . John Fries of har Ujj. Heaps Stanley Amos Russell scar Risburg visited or. And . Hugh through Thomas Wheeler Guy scar d. Jones on saturday. Mrs. Fulks is quite ill at the Home of her daughter . Peter Baker. Mrs. Mary Evans who has been spending a few months in Wilming ton del., returned Home on sunday. Lions meet together Borough Nelson heaps s. J. Adams Clell Asbury misses Beryl Wyman Margaret Stewart and Anna heaps. Social club has meeting . Howard Proctor sr., entertain i the members of the ladies social investigation of the extensive Hampton showman and Ward Studebaker Pittsburgh grand Cham fitter. Kenneth Mowry Acme won re Erve grand championship honors in thing while Robert g. Struble la Robe earned similar honors for show Many pupils expected the eighth annual Scholastic and athletic Field Day meet of the York county schools which will be staged saturday May 12th, in red lion will bring Many students from other Dis riots to this Borough to compete in a wide Range of events. The Scholastic program will begin promptly at a. M., each in an As signed room according to the nature of the event in either the red lion senior or Junior High building. The Scholastic events will include Ora tory declamation piano string instrument brass instrument Wood wind instrument vocal Solo vocal duet quartet glee club orchestra spelling arithmetic current events history Scholastic publications. The indoor athletics will begin at a. In the High gym and will Start with Valley Ball Etc. The vocational agricultural con test will include exhibits poultry judging and Horseshoe pitching while the vocational Home economics will embrace exhibits from both vocation Al and Junior High schools. Traffic in stolen cars which has been going on for some time in the lower part of York county. Arrest following information filed by patrolmen of the state Highway department does not necessarily imply theft or wilful complicity in crime on the part of the person or persons against whom com plaints Are lodged but the defendants Are charged with various violations of the state motor vehicle code. In every Case it is said the men against whom information have been filed purchased automobiles that Wera stolen within the past three months in Baltimore. A summary of Arresta to Date follows s. R. Kennedy garage Man doing1 business at Woodbine r. 1 three charges possessing a motor vehicle having the motor number defaced owning a. Motor vehicle without St title and failure to report an abandoned motor vehicle to the depart ment of Revenue. Robert Smith Fawn Grove r. 1 charged with possessing a Motoi vehicle without a title. Jere Buchanan Whiteford r. D., a resident of York county Possession of a motor vehicle with motor num Ber defaced. William Arthur Stokes Airville Harry Burk and Ross Green High Rock and Earl Wilson Stewartstown All charged with owning a motor vehicle without a. Title. Miles Bender Woodbine r. 1 Dale Kennedy Muddy Creek Forks and Sylvester Leonard Delta also charged with owning motor vehicles without titles. J. Paul Brown Woodbine r. 1, failing to deliver a title. Bum Green Muddy Creek Forks failing to report an abandoned car and failing to assign a certificate of title to a motor vehicle. Corporal Kime issued a warning on brother and sister in Law or. Scarborough Mcclellan Baxter j Ture Plant pathology poultry Hus Bandry Rural education and zoology and entomology will be represent by talks demonstrations experiments and exhibits. The horticulture program will include fruit growing landscape architecture ornamental horticulture and vegetable gardening. The track and Field events to be tuesday to garage men and service staged on the new red lion athletic a station pr0prietors that it is their Field will be inaugurated promptly at duty report abandoned motor be a. M., and continue until late in egg Possession 15 the afternoon with an hour recess la Tho Pennsylvania department Revenue and that failure to report such abandoned vehicles will entail a Fine. She was accompanied by . Anna club at her Home on Chestnut Street Hughes and daughter Nellie who re Cardiff Friday afternoon. After in turned on the same Day. Joying a pleasing program delicious . Ella Redman of Constitution refresh cents were served. Visited her Niece miss Viola Jones on saturday. Members and guests present were mesdames o. H. Heaps h. J. Evans miss Marguretta Williams is on them a Macomber w. B. Davis Rich sick list. Rees c. A. Hawkins j. Thomas . Maggie Jones who spent the Gailey and miss Nannie Mccoy Winter with her son in Philadelphia has returned to her Home on Chest on the invitation of the Mason and Dixon Lions club of Delta the red nut Street. Mrs. Arthur entertains club . W. E. Arthur was hostess to the Cardiff Community club at its sold by sheriff at the Sale by the sheriff last sat urday of the realty in the name of judge Niles is in Montgomery county noon. The order in which these events will be staged will be shot put Dis Cus throw bars boys Jap anese race Horseshoe pitch ing 60-yd. Dash Broad jump 60-yd. Dash boys final High jump 220-yd. Relay High jump pole vault Tennis. I judge Henry Niles of the York in the afternoon beginning at county courts is presiding this week o clock the track events will be Stag y special appointment of the supreme cd in this order 75-yd. Dash in the Montgomery county 100-yd. Dash 50-yd. A the trial of four prominent girls running Broad jump j Ono a former assistant Dis 440-yd. Dash 75-yd. Attorney of the county who Are Vernon t. Warner and wife located boys standing hop step and charged with the mistreatment of a on South main Street red lion on jump baseball throw prisoner then being held As u. Suspect which there was a mortgage of 500, dash boys 50-yd. Dash girls Case. The successful bidder was w. Half mile run basketball throw in a previous trial the assistant Grant Raub contractor on a bid of 50-yd. Shuttle relay and the three officers one subject to the mortgage. J880-yd. Relay mile state police Malli were convicted on two tracts of land one of 287 acres and the other of 19 acres to the d. A. R. Offers a framed Pic the the supreme court granted third degree charges before judge to. Ambler Williams now retired from ing scheduled for tuesday May Arthur of Washington and will attend the meeting to be Kenneth of Littlestown and Dewitt lion club voted to abandon its meet Jems rated to lower Chanceford in the Ture to the school receiving _ in and As. 3 d c i f i name of j. Miles Bender was Pur Cost Mark in the history contest Lor judge noes to enjoyed a splendid program consisting class d these awards be made., of the following numbers recitation held by the Mason and Dixon club at Pine Grove Church on monday eve Ning May 14. Penn state to Welcome parents on Mother s Day of Quarryville. Miss Dora Barbour is recovering from an attack of measles. Or. And . Elmo Jones and it Wrono. Mr3_ William Clayton tie son of Littlestown spent the Dingi its always . S. Week end with or. Jones Mother Adams Reading Why we belong somebody s Charlotte Pennington piano Solo Helen Samsell readings higher habits and the wrong . Beulah. K. Jones. To clubs miss Alice Mccurdy con parents of students at Penn state College will have their Day on the Campus on saturday May 12 when and sunday with or. And . Kow the annual Celebration of Mother s Ard Amoss Trenton n. J. Mrs. N. E. Knopp or. And . In dams mls3 Guy Mccurdy. The Vernon Knopp or. And . Charles g. Bender for Cardiff lady gives the meet trophy will be retained by the school after winning three meets. Cup for each class in the boys track and Field events plaque for each dinner on birthday class in the girls track and Field Penn state Dean to make commencement address in Akron meeting was set for the first r events plaques for each class in the or Frank c Wilmore can of . Robert l. Williams of car indoor events. Vocational agriculture schoo of Chc Minatry and physics diff entertained a number of her and vocational Home economics friends at dinner on saturday eve township and Borough schools rib Bons for individual 1st, 2nd and 3rd master Earl Knopp spent org Richard Rees those present were mesdames Ersary. Among those present were or. And . George e. Williams and g Richard Shank the annual Celebration of Mother s Ard Amoss Trenton n. J. E. Arthur Walter Samsell Viola a Catkin Enoch Detroit Day is held. All of the events miss Elinor Morris spent saturday a Wal Iasi Richard roes York miss Cathryn. Enoc e de for the occasion Are designed to enable the parents to gain first hand in Baltimore. In the absence of the Rev. B. F. Information about the institution and Ruley who was officiating at Everett Kilburn misses Alice permit them to experience the feel of funeral of a Friend in Delaware Quy Mccurdy Mary Brown College life. The majority will remain Rev. H. Clarence Ramsay preached at Charlotte Pennington and Helen Sam Over sunday when the Rev. Or. Ralph the Delta methodist protestant w. Sockman of new York pastor of Church on sunday morning. Williams Richard h h Williams of William Clayton s. J. Adams Ren Pennington John Grimm Anna the Madison Avenue m. E. Church or. And . Walter Baker and Well known for his sunday afternoon children and or. And . Frank mar radio addresses will be Chapel and sons Edgar and Frank of Forest Hill recently visited . John Mckinley. I . Mary Emma Murray spent sunday with her daughter . Mar or. Penn state to stage show saturday Cella Batty at Sunnyburn. Penn state students will stage their twelfth annual Dairy exposition sat . Abel Morris and daughter Romaine . Harry m. Brooks and or. And . Roberts recently visited urday May 12. Five contests will . John Mckinley and or. And feature the show. James j. Kilgore Delta is superintendent of the Dairy cattle fitting . Melvin Cantler. Mrs. Clara Sceper visited her Sis Ter . S. John Norris the first of and showing contest and Merrill k. The week. Zimmerman Norristown is assistant superintendent. Mrs. Richard Rees and miss Ethel continued on. Page 4 elected at Penn state peach Bottom Grange no. 1711 met at the Grange Hall on Mon Day evening with worthy master Chester Mclaughlin presiding. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read by the Secretary . Harry Ruff and were ap-1 proved. The following literary1 program was Given song Mother s prayers have followed questions about Mother s Day by 5 of the members origin of Mother s Austin Rowan recitation ill find her waiting . B. P. Stubbs read ing a fellow s Helen Rowan song All Hail the Power of Jesus pus students who will Lead the three places. Must display licenses merchants must now display the 3934 mercantile licenses. The 1933 at Penn state College has Vitell to make the commencement address at the University of Akron a Ron Ohio on june 14. Dean Whit More one of the leaders in chemical research for the past Twenty years is a member of the National research. Council and lately vice president of the american association for head licenses expired on april 30th. Those Vance Cut of science. He plans to who have not acquired the 1934 License and there Are quite a few according to the records of the county treasurer not Only Are delinquent but virtually without a Staie permit to speak on the relations of chemistry to human happiness. Whiteford Matron weds saturday in Baltimore upper classes at Penn state College do business next year were elected by their Fel lows recently. For the next year s senior class Paul k. Hirsch of Pitts Burgh was selected president with e Jonnston Tunkhannock laundry owners to meet at Penn state laundry owners from All parts of l. T. L. Meeting . Charles w. Culp of White Iford and Dwight s. Mathias of Williamsport pa., were married on sat Tho meeting of the l. T. L. Will be he of org t meeting 01. Tue urday at the Home of org t Tilden postponed this month on account Baltimore. The ceremony the epidemic of measles. The next meeting will be held in june. Mother s Day sunday Mother s Day will be observed next sunday May 13th, when services in Pennsylvania will meet at Penn state tribute to the mothers of the country was performed by the Rev. W. H. Brannock 5705 Rork Road. After their return from a honeymoon trip they will make their Home in. Wil 1 . . A. Bake Salk College next week when their be featured in the churches aside Ine wide association convenes on the earn of personal tribute Given the mothers the a Gap j through remembrances greetings Etc Cardiff. . A. Will hold afternoon May co. Garage i new spa per newspaper
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