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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 18, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaHerald times the Only adequately covering York and Northern Harbird pointy Maryland vol. La. No. 20 Delta York county pa., thursday May 18, 1933 1878 locals i Junior society presents Mother s Day program Delta Cardiff the regular meeting of the Junior society of Slateville Church was held on saturday afternoon at the Chapel social service club meets Mary Hyde society meets with mrs. Kerr Fawn Grove the social service club of Slateville mrs. Luther Williams and son Carroll spent monday in York. Mrs. Leon Kimmel her daughter miss Florence Kimmel mrs. Yetta Kahn mrs. J. Fleishman Ben Fleish Man and Sidney Feldman All of Balti More called on miss Letitia Kent on sunday. Or. And mrs. John Pennington and miss Alberta Ford of Madonna md., guests of mrs. Chester Street j and daughter on sunday. Kenneth Jones of Littlestown spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Hugh d. Jones main Street. Mrs. Sallie Redmond and son a. Park Redmond have sold their farm in charge of mrs. B. W. Jones and Church met at the Home of mrs. Mary mrs. John Dorgan. Philip Morton was i. Jones Delta on Friday evening Leader and the program was in keep the meeting was in charge of the ing with Mother s Day. The mothers president mrs. Being present. The meeting opened by the opening was held on Friday evening at the Home of mrs. Merton Kerr. The hos Brooke Snodgrass. Song the Corner where i to the tune of grand old mrs. You Are the regular meeting of the Mary the ladies auxiliary of the Fawn Hyde society of slate Ridge Church Grove Volunteer fire company held their May meeting at the Home of i of. And mrs. E. E. Snyder. The testes were mrs. Merton Kerr and president mrs. John Barton was in mrs. Clell Asbury. The meeting was in charge of the meeting. Reports of the charge of the Leader mrs. Marshall Secretary and treasurer were Given. Heaps and was opened by song i the president appointed mrs. Charles need scripture Reading by Almony mrs. Everitt Morris mrs. The lord s prayer was a. W. Jones read the scripture read i mrs heaps prayer by miss j Orion Hess mrs. Ramsay Snyder and Given a Bible Story was Given by my. The lord s prayer was repeated Ruth Thomas the society is taking miss Nettie Anderson As a committee _ _ i it a Ftp -4-1-. T ,-4-r, 4-. Ftfe Tolan a to 11 a 1 a Eleanor Cox a piano Solo by unison. The Secretary read the Whiteford a Mother s Day exercise j minutes and took the Roll Call. The was Given by Louise Jones Dorothy projects uppermost in the minds of Roberts Eva sue Cox Ann Dingey j the members Are the erection of a Alma Morton and Frances Cox court and sending clothing up the study of the different states mrs. Clell Asbury gave a talk about Maryland. The next state will be make plans for our annual july 4, carnival. A program consisting of a piano Solo by miss Nettie Anderson Pennsylvania to be Given at the next and a recitation by miss Ruth Hess _ meeting by mrs. J. T. Galbreath. Mrs. Were Given. Those attending the meet Morton recited my song i they Are Harvey Sidwell gave a Reading ening were mrs. John w. Barton mrs. A talk was Given by miss were served those present were mrs titled an Irish by mrs. George t. Jones mrs. Abbie Straw Lucy Kilgore who started the Junior j Caleb Beard mrs. James Handley Floyd entitled miss society Twenty one years ago and was mrs. Clinton Johnson mrs. B. A recitation mrs. Mary Dooley the superintendent of it for a number Jones mrs. Mary i. Jones mrs. James you can smile the meeting after an illness lasting a few Days which had not been considered As being serious Charles Francis Jen Ness aged 63 years expired suddenly from a heart attack at o clock monday evening at his Home on main Street. Or. Jenness was a native of the Mill Green Section of Harford county and in his Early Days was engaged for a time in the mercantile and Canning business at Highland. Later he be came associated with the first National Bank of this place where he was employed for eighteen years. For Floyd Wyman entitled miss Mary i Bridge mrs. William Anderson mrs the ast years he has been Ella Mcelvain mrs. Calvin a. Wai with the National Bank hold banker succumbs to heart attack of years. She told of the first meeting Mackinson mrs Calvin Murphy mrs. Closed and of the Success of the efforts they Albert Peele mrs. C. H. Rightmire had made. Mrs. B. W. Jones also mrs. Brooke Snodgrass mrs. John member mrs. Robert c. Roberts was added. Refreshments and a social near Sunnyburn and have moved to Collinsville. Miss Marjorie Sellers who teaches at Ardmore spent the week end with. Her parents or. And mrs. W. W. Ent time a business meeting was Neeper Anna Wiley Ethel Smith were mrs Glasgow mrs. Sellers lace mrs. Orion Hess mrs. Charles with the Benediction. A new Almony mrs. William Duncan mrs. Mrs. Mary r. Lacrone is visiting i 6 at the Home of Rev. And mrs. Smith it _ Benediction. Or new Freedom this week. Rave a talk on the work at the pres Dorgan mrs. Raymond Barnhart Oma hour Vivere Llose present it time. A business meeting was Neeper 4.nna Wiley Ethel Smith were mrs Warren Glasgow mrs. Held and the Secretary Alma Morton Nellie manifold Marie Dinsmore cie11 Asbury mrs Stanley Amos mrs. Margaret Wheeler meeting closed with the Jorle Switzer Verba Snodgrass mar delicious refreshments Ian Robinson. Bessie Ailes Elizabeth miss Edith Fisher a teacher in the Barmett mar new Freedom schools spent the week i b Nellie Fantom Bertha end at her Home Here Jones mrs. Hubert p. Harkins mrs. Heck Mary Elizabeth Jones Annie Robert c. Roberts mrs. John Dorgan Wallace Anna Enfield and Elizabeth miss Elsie o. Bull spent the Hawkins mrs. C. P Griffith. Parents or. And mrs x to Galbreath misses i Lucy Kilgore Eleanor Cox Minnie mrs. Bay Eva sue Cox Frances Roberts. W. W. Sellers. Or. And mrs. S. Clara Neeper miss Borough mrs. Malford Dooley mrs. Clyde Stewart. Mrs. Jennie Brown ing the position of assistant cashier at the time of his death. He was otherwise prominently Mary Dooley mrs. Milford Wheeler j suitable dressed for the times. Mrs. E. E. Snyder Nettie Anderson identified with Public affairs in Delta and Ruth Hess. The next meeting a i and was for a number of years a depression will be held at the j member of the Borough Council. He Home of misses Amanda and Margaret Neld the position of Steavard in the Gibney june 2, at 8 p. M. A will be Given to the person prize most j. Norris Ethel Wise and Melvin Norris were recent visitors of mrs. B. F. Brandt Lititz. Or. And mrs. William Tweedle and l. L. Mckinley were Baltimore Visi tors recently. Miss Beryl Wyman. Is guest of her aunt in new York. Mrs. John s. Davies who has been sick for a few Days is much improved. Miss Kathryn Diehl a member of the faculty of Delta High school spent the week end at her Home at Manheim a. Miss Marian Fisher a student at state teachers College spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. William Fisher. Luiss Margaret Stephens was the guest of mrs. William Tweedle on wednesday. Or. And mrs. Gerald heaps and daughter Ann Whiteford r. D., were callers at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Pomraning on tuesday. Or. And mrs. Ralph Bishop of Philadelphia were guests of or. And mrs. J. N. Gemmill on tuesday. Or. And mrs. Hughes Murphy Baltimore were guests of or. And mrs Harry Hughes Delta. Or. And mrs. C. A. Snodgrass or. Dorothy Roberts Annie Bay Frances Cox Mabel Whiteford Helen me j Mother s Day program mrs. H. M. Xohler mrs. Charles Thompson mrs. Merton Kerr mrs. C. I b. Dempsey mrs. Marshall heaps mrs. Paul Wilhelm mrs. Howard Hamilton mrs. Howard Walker mrs. Robert c. Roberts mrs. Harvey m. Sidwell mrs. Floyd Wyman mrs. William Tweedle mrs. J. T. Galbreath mrs. Royston Jones mrs. Lawrence Lockhart mrs. Luis Quinteros misses Millan Dorothy Bay Evelyn single the puppis of the sixth and seventh Phoebe King Alice Thomas Ruth ton Arleen Carico Alma Morton Vir grades of slate Ridge school miss Ginia Lee Butler Arm Dingey h Thomas teacher rendered Thomas Elmira Renn Merton Kerr or. The next meeting will be held at Whiteford Adelaide Hawkins Nancy the following program Friday after the Home of mrs. Howard Walker Hawkins Jean Whiteford Louise Neon. May 12 song by school bios mrs. J. T. Galbreath assistant hostess. Jones Philip Morton John Harkins som recitation tired John Dorgan jr., David Galbreath i by Margaret Ross recitation Hershel Carico Wilson Bay Robert my Mother s Thomas Choate Bradley Thomas Bradley or. The Story. Jane s Ruth Deaver Leader presented each Mother with a recitation somebody s Al bouquet of Flowers. The next meeting ice Anna Harry Reading Mother s will tie. Held with miss Mabel White Robert Little Recita Ford John Dorgan jr., Leader. Annual Glackin reunion to be held june 11 Tion when a is Austin Snow grass song by eight sixth Grade up the fifth annual reunion of the Jackin clan will be held at St. Mary s i a Mother s recitation a tade of the Margaret Kee Josce recitation your Louise Arndt dialogue Mother knows Margaret Ross Dorothy Ross i Scott Whiteford Constitution and mrs. Edward Grove York and miss Olive Orr red lion spent sunday with or. And mrs. W. B. Orr. Whiteford Sjoen and James Jones Church Pylesville on sunday june stand up stand up for 11. There will be mass at the Church Mother by Minnie Bay. Several at o clock. Mrs. Carrie t. Stew selections were rendered by the Fife Art York is Secretary of the clan which the pupils of the sunday with or. And mrs. John Swift. Mrs. Nellie Bartol is visiting or. And mrs. Howard Bartol. Or. And mrs. J. Walter Stewart visited or. And mrs. Joe Beard and family sunday evening. Slateville missionary society meets the regular meeting of the ladies missionary society of Slateville presbyterian Church was held at the Cha Pel on thursday May 11. Mrs. Wal Ter Carico was Leader. The following program was Given scripture read ing mrs. Arthur Robinson prayer mrs. W. A. Harry a business meeting of the Aid society was conducted by mrs. Clarence Switzer reports of the Secretary and treasurer were Given very interesting reports from the presbyterian held at first Church York were Given by mrs. Albert Stubbs miss Louise Whiteford mrs. Henry Whiteford and mrs. John Hammond mrs. Thorl Cooper read a Mother s the meeting closed with the Benediction. Tense present mrs. Merton Kerr mrs. Albert Stubbs mrs. C b. Dempsey mrs. G. W. Jones mrs. C. M. Cox mrs. Thomas Wheeler mrs. Henry Whiteford mrs. H. J. Handley mrs. C. H. Rightmire mrs. V. G. Charles Druck Jack pa., is visiting Stubbs mrs. Charles Thompson mrs. York is Secretary of the clan. The members of the reception com-1 Grade All participated in a spelling Bee for which they had been prepare Whiteford or. And mrs. Hale Rudy Laugham mrs. Elisha Davis his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Charley Pyle. Miss Ella Pyle is ill. J. Howard Whiteford Stubbs mrs. Mrs. Arthur w. Scott Robinson i mrs. Thorl Cooper mrs. W. H. Evans mrs Harold Stokes son buddy mrs Albert Peele mrs. Chester my Brogueville mrs. Clara Smith cres son Edgar Luton Oxford mrs. An i Drew Cummings Street Ignatius Glackin York Sylvester Wheeler Baltimore Jerome Glackin Philadel Delta methodist protestant Church where he was a member and on. Numerous occasions was honoured by being named As the Lay Delegate for his Church to the annual conference of that denomination. He was a Man of Sterling character and exemplary habits and will be greatly missed in. The Community. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Car Rie Snodgrass Jenness and three daughters mrs. Lelia Hollwell los Angeles Calif. Mrs. Mabel King Ore Delta r. D., and miss Ann Jenness at Home. The funeral services were held at the Home this afternoon at 2 o clock conducted by the Rev. B. F. Ruley. Pastor of Delta m. P. Church assisted by the revs. A. L. Hyde and b. W. Jones. The pallbearers were messes. Edmund Snodgrass Grover Snodgrass Harry Webster James e. Huff Hugh j Evans and Warren Pennington. Interment was made in Vernon meth Odist episcopal cemetery. Hubert p. Harkins had Range ments. And mrs. William Snodgrass and miss phia mrs Viola Stubbs York mrs. Elvie Phipps were guests of mrs. Wil j Ena Doneau Jersey City n. J Ham Hopkins of Dover pa., on Sun mrs. Kate Lioyd York Day afternoon. Bryansville mrs. Jones hostess to Friendly Circle the Friendly Circle of Prospect met with mrs. Emma Jones on tuesday the Mission band of Bryansville i evening. Mrs. Oliver Henry was in Church met saturday afternoon May 13, at the Home of miss Louise Wise. In the absence of the president Verna Wise Louise Wise had charge of the meeting. After the business meeting mrs. Kreidler and the older members of the society discussed the study Book while Louise Wise had charge of the smaller children. Refreshments were served to the following mrs. C. C. Kreidler mrs. Ralph Colvin mrs. I ing june 7. Or. And mrs. Lawrence n. J. Wise Deloris Kreidler Helen Louise Colvin Louise Wise Dorothy charge of the meeting. The following program was Given opening song flute duet Romaine and James Kerr recitation Mae heaps Reading Doro thy Redding recitation James Kerr Reading Margaret Scarborough song by the boys chorus songs by Udward Jones. The Circle will hold a Straw Berry and ice Cream festival at ver non school House on wednesday even Lockhart will be Host and hostess for the next meeting. After the meeting refreshments were served by the Fol lowing Caroline Glackin Dorothy Redding Ruth Wilhelm Virginia Orr and Margaret Scarborough. Peach Bottom Grange holds regular meeting Kilgore Ruth Wise Dorothy Chand Jee Reba Ruff Gertrude Fulton Mary Fulton Margaret Malone Donald Fulton James Mobley Arthur Ander son Chester Ruff jr., Ross Wise and Gerald Colvin. Jacob Myers spent sunday with his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Nathan Wise and family. Or. And mrs. Ralph Fulton and children Gertrude and Donald or. And mrs. Charles Fulton and Daugh Ter Mary spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. William Stewart. Mrs. Robert Fulton and son Smith spent Friday with the former s sister mrs. Glenn Mclaughlin. Delta. Arthur Anderson is visiting rela Tives in Bryansville. Miss Grace Wise spent sunday with Helen recitation the Moth peach Bottom Grange no. 1711, held its regular meeting at the Valley school House monday evening May j5, with past master Austin n. Row an presiding. The regular business meeting was carried on. The following literary program in charge of the lecturer was Given song. Billy Davis. The following parents were present mrs. J. Walter Stewart mrs. Joel Harry mrs. Harry Mccallister mrs. Oliver Henry mrs. James Kerr mrs. John Bay and mrs. E. J. Cox. Mrs. Ing All year. The first prize was taken Cardiff and mrs. Mabel Huff and j Margaret Stokes mrs. Joseph e. B Evelyn Bryson and the second by daughter Grace Forest Hill visited i mrs Harry Robinson mrs. Ida or and mrs Martin w Pyle Mclaughln mrs. Harry Mackinson Robert Walter Pylesville spent the mrs Jessup Cowley mrs. Snow week end with his Mother mrs. A. H. Mrs John Bay. Mrs Sara Elliott mrs. John Hammond mrs. A thur Harry mrs. Amos Thomas mrs. Clarence Switzer mrs. Walter Carico mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. J. T. Gal breath mrs. Royston Jones misses Ruth Thomas Emily Mcgibney Phoe be King Mabel Whiteford Louise Whiteford Olla Barnett and Anna Wiley. Mother s Day observed at Bryansville Church Mother s Day services were held on sunday afternoon in the Bryansville evangelical Church. An address was made by mrs. George Myers of Dallastown. A piano Solo was rendered by Romaine Morris a Reading by Eva Nora Wise Ruth Emma Snyder gave a recitation. Special music was Ren dered by the Happy mrs. R. O. Mclaughlin Ethel Hughes and Charlotte Rigdon. Rev. Glair c. Kreid Ler is pastor of the Church. Mrs. Dooley hostess to missionary society the ladies missionary society of slate Ridge presbyterian Church was held at the Home of mrs. Mary Dooley on thursday afternoon May 11, at 2 o clock. Mrs. M. S. Macomber presi Dent presided and conducted the devotional exercises. Mrs. J. T. Harry offered prayer. Mrs. W. E. Arthur and mrs. A. H. Zimmerman gave in worthy love s somebody s Robert scar Borough paper on Mother s Day cresting reports from the presbyter Al held in first Church York recently. Prayer for missionaries was offered by mrs. Charles Myers. Mrs. O. H. Heaps gave a Reading going to a missionary refreshments served. Burns. Ralph Hilditch of White Hall spent sunday with his Mother mrs. Sam Daughton. Or. And mrs. Preston Baker entertained on sunday or. And mrs. Sam Uel Baker daughters Gladys and Pearl Westminster and or. And mrs. Howard Wolfe of this place. Mrs. W. B. Orr mrs. Preston Baker acid miss Gertrude Orr were recent guests of mrs. Edward Grove i York. Or. And mrs. Roy Smith Delta visited or. Smith s of other in Law and sister or. And mrs. J. Walter Gross and family. Misses Lorena Hilda Nyella and Dorothy Payne of Stewartstown were monday evening guests of or. And mrs. J. Walter Stewart and family. Or. And mrs. Warren Bulette and family York and or. And mrs. Willis Bulette and son Edwin spent sunday with mrs. Josephine Bulette. Miss Marjorie Linkous daughter of or. And mrs. Lee Linkous has the Chicken pox. Miss Orlean Mayberry spent wednesday night with miss Dorothy Alloways. Miss Thelma Wilson spent Friday with miss Grace Bartol. Or. And mrs. Ross Brannon called on mrs. Brannon s parents or. And mrs. John Swift on Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Ernest Jones who were recently married were Given a Kitchen Shower at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs William Rev. Ramsay entertains Southern evangelists teacher becomes preach2r, prof. Charles c. Kyle a teacher in the science department of the lied lion Junior senior High school has been granted a License to preach by the conference Board of of the evangelical Church. He App for a License at the annual confers ice last Spring. He also applied for a charge and As soon As he is placed will give up teaching. Or. Kyle who has been an Active Church worker for a number of years was born in Irville lower Chanceford township. The took his first teaching course at red lion Normal school con tin -7 at Millersville state teachers i from where he graduated in 1920. In june 1931. He graduated fro f bet town College with an a. B. Degree. Whiteford or. And mrs. James Norie and son j or. And mrs. Harry Sliver a d Arnold of Leesburg Florida were i children spent sunday with 1 week end visitors of Rev. H. C. Ram i mrs. Clarence Norris of slate say. They Are on their yearly Migra Tion northward to their Lewiston n. Y. Permanent Home where they re main until autumn when they go South to spend their Winters near their married daughter Ruth and her husband. Every member of this fam ily Are evangelists Labouring with their hands like Paul did for their daily food and preaching the word continually. They have a very unique equip ment for making their Long journeys and Itin rating on their various gos Pel missions a steel trailer which folds up containing two double Beds cupboards clothes presses electric lights Oil Heater Oil stove and every convenience this trailer weighs about a ton and is pulled by a Chevrolet Sedan Auto. They arrived thursday 5 p. M. Anci left for Lewiston. N. Y. Monday 1" 1 to. Or. And mrs. Harvey Lloyd k t the and week end with daughter or. Their son in and mrs. I. Voltz of Conowingo. Or. And mrs. Elsworth Kunkle and son Kenneth of red lion spent sat urday evening with mrs. Mabel k so. Or. And mrs. Dale Amos and Daili Ter Virginia of Bel air were or k parents. Dampman. Those present were or. Noon and expected to arrive in lev and . Ernest Jones or. And mrs. Iston n. Y. Opposite Toronto Canada William Dampman or and mrs. Tuesday morning. Howard Wolfe or. And mrs. Ramsey i the visit was very pleasant is Ard Walker mrs. A. Bay mrs n. Webb or. And mrs. Preston Baker these friends have been friends of the a. Heaps mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. J. Or. And mrs. Charley Rickel or. And Ramsay family since when lev old Sweet the following attended mrs. How end guests of the latter s or. And mrs. Ben Lloyd. The ladies of Cambria Church will hold a bake Sale in the Atkins build ing saturday May 20, beginning at i o clock. Or. And mrs. Warren Glasgow and children Ruth Dorothy Mildred and William spent sunday evening with or. And mrs. Myles Zimmerman of High Rock. Mrs. Harry Sliver miss Mary ukr Norris and or. Amin it Baltimore i. Ii s on Jan in. Melvin Barrett and arc in or. And mrs. Family. Miss Ruth James a. Fulton and cars of Austin Rowan the quilting Reading gaily mrs. J. Walter Stewart mrs. Roy Jamison mrs David Jones h c. Ramsay held his first song mrs j t Harry org a h Zimmer Thomas and Frank Little parable for mothers b p s Richardson mrs. Brad tic Mission of six weeks and Thomas spent monday afternoon in Stubbs conundrums Elizabeth Ailes i Stan lev w inv Barrettsville. Reading. The porn nil -rt.ii.nur. Sprint a i Chicken Putur Reading the proud Mother can Only have one Milford Malone song Twilight stealing Man mrs. Floyd Wyman mrs m. S. Scott mrs. George Wilson mrs. Mar Over 100 souls just on the eve of i Maconber mrs. Charles Myers mrs shall Jones mrs. Herman few misses leaving for China for the time or Adela Baker Deliah Orr. Dorothy term. These two families have not in in baby of this Vicinity Alice filler of York spent f Days last week with her Niece Rirs Warren Glasgow. Or. And mrs. John Wilson of slate kill visited or. And . S. Al. My c Mars Tjohn h Wheeler mrs. Scott Jamison Esther Creter Belinda Jam met since 3913, two years before Leav Kinley sunday evening. Mrs Etta mrs. Ison Bessie Richardson Gloria Jones ing for his third term or seven years miss Marguerite Kerr spent the in week end with her parents or. And mrs. James Kerr. I Mary Dooley misses Letitia Kent and Evelyn Webb Donna Mae Jamison under the presbyterian Board Louse Dooley. I continued on Page a China
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