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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 17, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern har Force county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 20 Dexta York county pa., thursday May guilds and clubs maintain interest Bov scouts Drill for memorial Day i High school and College Ages Circle of the boy scouts of the York Adams area Are planning to mobilize at get Are found to be dangerous Cardiff couple gets miscellaneous Shower members of the Ruby Vircie pfc of memorial Day. President Seville Church enjoyed a splendid Roosevelt will be Lek on Day program at the Home of mrs. Harry a scheduled to speak m a. Robinson patroness on monday cemetery at p. M. Uinger miss Mabel Whiteford presi a scouts of area no Dent conducted ithe devotions which stationed guards of Honor consisted 6f singing scripture lne the driveway the ing and the lord s prayer to concert cemetery. Eagle scouts win toe wed after hearing the reports of the form cordon around the Rostrum teary and treasurer other items of from Wimch the president will speak. Business were taken up and disposed of by the members. A troops grounds of the mobilize on the _ Gettysburg High the following at Parade to presented Reading a Little National cemetery. Scout Corn ish by Mabel Whiteford in missioner Benjamin t. Root assisted Strumental duet mrs. Harry Robin deputies District commission a son and miss Hixene Greer Reading nor Heights nor miss the local troop la planing to . Eleanor Cox Mizpah Benediction. Ate transportation for a Small those present were mrs. Harry Nuin Ber of scouts has already been Robinson misses Mary Gladys Jones idea More transportation is need Ruth Spidle Julia Cowley Mabel however the troop be Whiteford Eleanor Cox Hixene Greer of monday evening by Dis Mary Elizabeth Dunlap and Anna in Commissi Oller Paul Strasbaugh Field and Henry Keith chairman of the Guild chapter meets court of Honor. Tips inspection is in mrs. Henry Mobley entertained the preparation for the events at Gettys Guild chapter of slate Ridge Church Burg 150 to no 160 150 co 110 50 80 60 40 30 20 10 0 Titt at her Home on saturday afternoon. The business session was conducted j by miss Beryl Wyman. This was Fol i Lowed by a Mother s Day program in How they voted Delta Borough i High school mans closing exec ses or. And mrs. Wilbert Lloyd were Given a miscellaneous Shower at the Home of or. And mrs. Harvey Lloyd term nears its on last Friday evening. Those pupils of Delta i school Are feverishly planning pro ent were or. And mrs. George Lloyd Grams and shaping schedules looking and daughter Ann or. And mrs. F toward commencement. Next sunday or. And mrs. Francis Jones or. And mrs. Cleveland Beyle or. And mra. Edward Williams and daughter Jane Marie or. And mrs. Melvln Norris or. And mrs. Fred Volz or. And mrs. Harvey Lloyd mrs. John Lloyd mrs. Alfred gulp mrs. Neal Rowan mrs. E. S. Hale mrs. Frank Wilson mrs. David Orr mrs. Robert Lloyd misses Grace and Ellen Bartol Hazel Henry. Mrs. Hollis Jones misses Margaret Boyle Margaret Henry messes. Irvin Scarborough Oliver Henry Rob Sermon this year will be preached by the Rev. John Hammond d. D. Services held in the Pany Hall at 8 o clock. The churches of the town will be closed for the night so As to permit All who May desire to do so to attend this service class night will be held at the same place on thursday night May 24, beginning at s-15 o clock. Or. King to speak commencement exercises will be held in the fire company Hall Onfri Ert Small Clyde Morris Donald Wai-1 Day night May 25, at o clock Ker Walter Boyle Edward. Stewart the speaker for the occasion will be and Carroll Jones. Or. Leroy a. King of the University of Pennsylvania and a former Priti Delta High news wins j Cipani of the Delta High school. His first place at Lehi ii subject will be one Hundred years of Progress in education in Pennsyl All 1cfs a ctr 5 59 1014 1519 20-24 25-54 s544 45-54 5s-64 65-74 Over 75 during the 10-year period of 1922 j the age group of 5 to 1, the rate of to 1931, inclusive later figures not death has actually dropped 10 per the rate of death Frumau cent and in the Ages of 10 to 14, has a to 1 t rot la j tut uce Luu ii kudu charge of miss Helen Lytle. During s. It. To Mobile accidents per Hundred thou the social hour refreshments were 56 Ponchot 52. F 11 Schnader 63 Shannon 11 my served. Those present were mesdames j. Malford Dooley Mary Montgomery Lester Williams Albert Peele Alice Jackson Harold Mobley Francis Enfield Henry Mobley Frank Grove Virginia Jack Beryl Wyman Dorothy Kilgore Pauline Ramsay Margaret and Mary Elizabeth mob misses Helen Lytle son Ethel Hughes spartan 11. It. Kaufman 2 Cox 2 Scott 53. Sec. Of int. 12 Taylor 67. Rep. In congresses Funk 9 Beck 83. Member state 68 Spangler 46 Sheppard 41. Rep in Gen. 101 Hall. 2. S. ,63 Morris 4. J2 Mcsparran 24 Copeland 2 Earle 146. It. 19 Ken indy 42. Sec. Of int. Members of the social service club j41 Fitzgerald 6 judge of Superior of Slateville Church Imet at the Delta j 41 Douglas 6 tree Chapel on last Friday evening with Ier 9. Member state 30 Rebert 25 Lowe 43. Rep. In Gen. 39 Macki son 39. Sand population has increased 96 per cent. In. The High school age 15 to 19, statistics developed Iby the travellers Tal accidents to the total of such insurance company show that the 1 Drivers in All mishaps was 62 per cent Ley. Social service club the following members present Dames Brooke Snodgrass Caroline Rightmire Harry Ruff jr., Clinton Johnson William Sparks b. W. Jones William Fisher Albert Peele James Mackison jr., Edgar Montgomery Orville Gehr misses m. Case Moore Anna l. Wiley Margaret Enfield Bertha Heck Margaret Silver Ruth Thomas Marie Dinsmore Catherine Diehl Pauline Robinson Margaret Wheeler Verba Snodgrass Mildred Ramsay Mildred Snodgrass and Char Lote Rigdon. Increased Only 11 per cent. The fatal automobile Accident experience of Young Drivers is bad. In 1933 the ratio of Young Drivers in a death rate has increased 165 per cent and in the College age of 20 to 24, the increase has been 185 per cent. These statistics Are taken to Indi Cate that some definite plan should be worse than the average for All Drivers and Between the Ages of 18 and 24 years the experience was 22 per cent worse and Between 25 and 65 years 9 per cent better. Something devised to instruct Young Drivers in must be done to improve the record the responsibilities that go with the of Young Drivers. I Safe operation of motor vehicles. That something must be education safety education in the primary in states requiring applicants to be and elementary grades has been effect licensed and in other states both Tive in safeguarding life because in education and licensing Are required. Delta High news takes another Honor in winning first place in its class at Che first annual interscholastic press conference for Pennsylvania j Whiteford. Second Honor group Eliz the first Honor students Are Joseph h. Johnston jr., and Ruth e. Mrs. E. Jones Dies at Union memorial pen mar league opens saturday u and new Jersey sponsored by the department of journalism at Lehigh University according to a special Dis Patch received from that school sat urday evening. Forty three out of one Hundred thirty six High and prep school publications entered received honors and the awards were announced after an All Day conference at Lehigh on sat urday for officers and faculty advis ors connected with these various papers and magazines. Those receiving first in awarded Bronze plaques for out standing Merit in their respective Fields. Twenty seven others received honorable mention. The judges were men of wide experience in the news paper Field. It is a pleasure to com Amend the staff the faculty advisors land the student body of the Delta High school for this new achievement j High gave a Good account of and offer our Heartiest congrats la itself at the annual Scholastic and Beth Ayres Charlotte Holland Sara Anna Moore Elinor moms Mildred Whitaker and Grace Wise. Student speakers at the commence ment win be the two named in the first Honor h. Johns ton jr., and Ruth e. Whiteford and of the second group Sara Anna Moore and Elinor Morris. These two were chosen by the class. May Day exercises May Day exercises will be held on the Campus saturday May 26. Mil dred Whitaker is the school s Choice for Queen of the May. The grades will participate and there will be dancing games and sports and the crowning of the May Queen. The school will close on tuesday May 29. Honors at annual meet j athletic Field Day meet staged at red lion on last saturday winning first place for High school papers books Fob faj5juers with its popular Delta High news who signed contracts first place in mixed dec club con test first place in oratory Rel a of mtg who have first m the 100-Yard peach Bottom township s. J after a stay of about two Days at 27 Pinchot 87. The Union memorial Hospital Balti baseball fans will have the oppor record 11 Schnader 38 Shannon 16 my Arnore mrs. Adda Carr Jones wife of Unity to enjoy their favorite sport spartan 55. It. 8 Emory Jones Cardiff passed away of through the coming a. Re Kaufman 6 Cox 1 Scott 44. Sec that institution at o clock sat suit of the newly organized pen mar of int. 22 urday evening. Death resulted from baseball league composed of the 58. Rep. In 16 Beck a heart condition following an illness four teams. Highland Fawn Grove signed contracts to reduce their pro Hyde and tied for first in 91. Member state about six months. She was 60 Taylor and Garrelts Villa. Frank r. Auction of Basic commodities will re the High jump Waterston Davis Jarrettsville is the president chive free aaa farm record books it also took second in declamation she leaves of this new organization and the according to county agent h. M.1 Emily second in piano Outlook for a successful season is Carroll. These record books he states Polo Mary Gladys second in promising. Since Whiteford is not Are now being distributed to All con brass Solo Charles and tract signers in this county. He says second in the 440-Yard dash Hyde also that if some Farmers who have it tied for second and third 74. Sea of int. Are playing with Highland. This signed contracts would like to of place in the pole vault Thomas Craw Ness was transacted and an interest Logue 70 Fitzgerald .18. Judge of and combination ought to give the latter Tain copies of the record Book there Ford and Leroy Kohlbus being the Spangler 51 Sheppard 46. Rep. In years of age. Gen. 112 Hall 7. I besides her husband slate Ridge Mission group s. Three daughters mrs mrs. Hannah Harry entertained the 89 Morris 26? Ems and mrs Ernest missionary society of slate Ridge 8 Mcsparran 37 Copeland 19 Cardiff Grace j0neg, bal having a team of its own this year. Church at her Home on thursday of Earle 64. It. Snyder a Ciarence Jones Wealti some of the old stand Bys from that ing program was presented. The Fol Superior 80 Douglas lowing members were in attendance 112 Trexler 10. Member state mesdames Marion s. Macomber Ethel camber 99 Rebert 30 Lowe 102. Norris Fanny Findley John Norris j rep. In Gen. R. C. Thompson Edward Wilson t. Mackison 100. J. Galley Graham Thompson Howard Sellers Charles Myers Harold Stokes d. A. Bay n. A. Heaps John Ham mond o. H. Heaps David Fulton Richard Rees William Davis. S Mission delegates report at the meeting of the Slateville missionary society held in the Chapel on thursday of last week mrs. D. D. Continued on Page 4 the line up on the face of such returns As Are available Ruff leads Hall by a mar Gin of 228 votes in the District while Flinchbaugh runs ahead of Mackison Wilson c. W. Sidwell George v. By 616 out of a total of 2800 votes Fer arid Charles h. Macnabb. Cast. Funeral services were held 011 wednesday afternoon at three o clock in team a formidable line up and will a limited number available at the Delta contestants and captured third Lively Pace for county agent s office. Place in the mile relay with Joseph the other teams in the league. The importance and necessity of h. Johnston jr., Charles Johnston the Delta m. P. Church conducted by d to the schedule worked farm record keeping at this time can Hyde Dooley and r. Platt represent the pastor Rev. B. F. Ruley. Burial i was in slate Ridge cemetery. Hubert season opens on saturday not be emphasized too strongly says ing Delta with Taylor playing on the Highland county agent h. W. Carroll. To p. Harkins had charge of the funeral Diamond and Fawn Grove at Jarrett Points out that Many Farmers exper arrangements. Ville. Games begin at o clock fenced considerable difficulty in filling Prospect Friendly chicle Reed and Schnader will head the Republican ticket in the state while goo yellow Perch Guffey and Earle will be the demo cratic Standard bearers. Pinchot for the pallbearers were messes. How and of you want to see the boys strut out contracts because of Lack of rec dines and enjoys program Ard Proctor Richard Rees Edward their stuff be on hand at that time ords and that Many contract signers i might add that the manager of will have further difficulty in Stab quite recently the Prospect Friend Highland team is or. Hauver of Lishing compliance with their con by Circle enjoyed an interesting pro tracts if they Are without records he Gram in connection with a covered emphasizes the fact also that in the dish supper at the Union school event new adjustment programs Are House. The hostesses were mrs. Lawr the general Assembly offered in the future farm records ence Lockhart mrs. John Redding police disagree Man freed along with several others recently Clyde heaps of Pylesville profited by an apparent chronic disagreement Between members of the Baltimore county police Force and the state policemen when he was freed on a driving charge tuesday night. Patrolman j. E. Taylor and t. T. Griffith of the state police charged that heaps was driving while intoxicated Early last sunday. Patrol Man Engelberth and Bull of the county Force claimed that he was t drunk when he was taken to the Sta tion House. As a result of this conflicting testimony magistrate Ches Ter l. Fulton of Maryland line Dis missed the Case against heaps. Nor polled splendid county. Inter club meeting is held by Lions on monday evening held Fob Drunken driving. Edward Rodes Delta was Given a hearing saturday afternoon before Alderman Jacob Stager York on a charge of operating motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquors. He was recommitted to the York county jail in default of bail for court. Patrolman Ger Ald f. Sweeney of the state High Way patrol is the prosecutor. Votes in York the Highland Ite Highland High school faculty. I Delta minister goes to consigned to Lake we. H. Hoffman of Harrisburg addressed the inter club meeting of the Lions club of red lion Dallas town and Delta monday evening in the social rooms of Pine Grove Church on the subject of county commissioner Edward g. Ruff of Bryan Siville a member of the Delta club presided at the meeting which was arranged for by the Delta club. Those members from the red lion club who were in attendance included or. Otto Strock Fred Lamotte j. A. Knause Harry m. Mitzel Harry w. Lauer president of the or. C. N. Trout Gable Arnold Lee c. Foust Wallace Gemmill prof. A. G. W. Schlegel Howard w. Sheeler Arthur m. Meads Gable Barshinger and Ray mond w. Roth. Those members from the Dallas town club in attendance included a thur Stine George a. Jacobs Lorenz Daugherty and John h. Clouser. More than Fri yellow Perch fish received from a state hatchery were consigned to Broad water Lake commonly known As Crappie below Mccall s ferry and adjacent to the Susquehanna were distributed by the Windsor fish and game association this week members of which were in charge of the stocking of the water. This consignment is to be Fol Lowed later by Salmon and Bass for the purpose of restocking the streams leading into the Susquehanna. The state fish and game association is co operating in the efforts be ing made towards the restocking of the River with game fish. Kept this year will be helpful in pro mrs. William Cox mrs Royston the Rev. John Hammond pastor of Viding a basis for farm allotments Jones mrs. Russell Scarborough and the Rehoboth Church is to attend the i and Benefit payments and that pro miss Mae heaps. General Assembly of the presbyterian Church which convenes at Cleveland Ohio on thursday May 24. The South Ern presbytery held at Bangor pa., in april elected the Rev. R. E. Wil Liams As commissioner but owing to ill health he is unable to attend therefore the alternate or. Ham mond will represent the presbytery. In order to be at the pre Assembly conference on evangelism he will leave Delta on monday 21st, arriving at Cleveland on tuesday. The elder from the presbytery who goes As commissioner is Robert j. Roberts Slatington a. Seeks to vacate Road the Fawn township supervisors have asked the York county court to name a Board of viewers to pass upon their desire to have vacated As a Public Road a Roadway feet in length extending from the land of Edw. Miller near High Rock to a Highway leading to Hopewell Center. They claim that the Roadway is no longer needed for travel and that its maintenance is a Burden upon the taxpayers. _ aged Cardiff lady enjoys Mother s Day mrs. Lee who is in her 94th year and her daughter mrs. Rose Kehoe at the Home of the latter in Cardiff were joined on saturday evening by the following Persona in Celebration of Mother s Day mrs. Edward e. Hollahan and daughter Rosalie or. And mrs. Stanley Kehoe and son Bil lie or. And mrs. Arthur Kehoe and auction records Are helpful in Mak ing application for Loans. Or. Carroll says that the aaa farm record books which Are simple and easy to keep Are designed Pri selection Carl Knopp singing Polly Marily to meet these needs and will be of real help to the Farmers in this county. Hold health conference or. Bennett county health officer met the members of the Delta school Board and the local Board of health in a conference at the High school the program was As follows prayer John w. Bay Reading. Mrs. Clell Asbury singing Mono Logue miss Alanira Wrenn humorous Wolley readings Lawrence Lockhart and Paul Cavender round Row Row your Reading mrs. Lawrence Lockhart. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Paul Wilson. Those present were or. And mrs. A. B. Rigdon or. And mrs. Lawr ence Lockhart or. And mrs. John Redding or. And mrs. Russell scar building on tuesday night. The pub Borough mrs. William Cox or. And lie health Laws were carefully sex i mrs. Royston Jones or. And mrs. Planned and some misconceptions Clear Daniel Wilhern or. And mrs. Oliver de away. Among other things. Or. Bennett made it Clear that the Law specifically states that every child who has been out of school three Days or More must have a release by the health officer before to can return to Highland supper the ladies of Highland Church will hold their annual supper on thurs Day evening june 7, at the Church. Son Jimmie or. And mrs. Howard served at 6 o clock. Jenkins and Jamea Kehoe. 5-17-2t-Eow Henry or. And mrs. A. P. Pyle or. And mrs. Clell Asbury or. And mrs. John Bay or. And mrs. Cleveland heaps or. And mrs. Merton Kerr mrs. Blanche Gore mrs. Guy scar Borough Almyra Wrynn Mae heaps Ruth Pyle Hazel and Margaret Henry Lois Reading Margaret Scarbor Ough Eleanor Cox Margaret Jones Curtis Scarborough Merton Kerr jr., Carl Messick Carl Knopp Ralph Scarborough Billy Redding Charles and Martin Glackin. Newspaper newspaper

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