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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 24, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 21 Delta York county pa., thursday May Iris pen mar league gets Good Start civil War Veteran expires near Delta Stephen Boyd Barber aged be years and one of the few remaining devotees of the great american civil War veterans in Southern York game witnessed the pen mar league s county died saturday morning at 8 commencement speaker Delta woman wins state Lodge office initial contests last saturday after o clock at the Home of Daniel me j a number of Battles and escaped without a wound but he was captured by the confederates and confined in noon when Highland and Fawn Grove Gurk Delta r. He had been ill for Aad Jarrettsville and Taylor vigor j quite a Long time from the infirmities Ousby fought each other for first of age. Blood at Highland and Jarrettsville. Or. Barber enlisted As a private in j the Pennsylvania infantry and serv tast saturday s results three he in Highland 25 Fawn Grove 9. I Jarrettsville 8 Taylor 6. Where they will play saturday afternoon at o clock the Libby and Salisbury prisons for Highland will play at Jarrettsville j six moguls and the Taylor boys will go to the except for his War experience or. Mat at Fawn Grove. Barber resided in this Community two games Are promised for me j during his entire life. For a number mortal Day wednesday May 30. The i of years he lived alone but lately first game being at p. M. Jar j Nad been making his Home with or. Retts Vule will play Highland at White Mcgurk. He leaves two sons John Ford and Fawn Grove will play Whiteford r. D., and Clar Taylor. Ence Barber Newark n. J. Highland a h r j. Heaps of .7 h. Dooley of .6 Meyers la .6 m. Milson is .5 k. Morris 2b .5 t. Wilson if .3 r. Morris if .3 Laird 3b.6 Galbreath c.5 Norris p.5 h 2 3 4 2 3 2 3 4 2 0 the funeral was held on tuesday with services at the Pine Grove presbyterian Church Sunnyburn at 11 o clock conducted by the Rev. W. M. Weaver. Hubert p. Harkins had charge of the funeral arrangements. Total .51 i Fawn Grove a l. Brown la p Scarborough 3b .6 Hughes if.5 Heaton is of p .6 3d. Almony 2b .5 Webb of .5 w. Almony c .5 Paxton of .2 Hankie is .2 Shanberger p .2 Jones of .2 25 25 h 1 3 0 2 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 r total .46 coasting crash fatal to youth j while coasting in. A Small express Wagon at around o clock tues Day Forenoon Arthur h. Ramsay twelve year old son of Cletus Ramsay of near new Park crashed into an automobile driven by George Grimm Fawn Grove on the Road a mile West of the Village sustaining internal in juries from which he died three hours later. Coroner l. U. Zech conducted 11 a thorough investigation of the fatal to and exonerated the Driver of the 11-fated machine. The mishap occurred at the y intersection where the Road turns into Maryland. Grimm stated that he was on his Way from Stewartstown to new Park when the Wagon bearing the boy crashed into his car. He Stop Ped to pick the lad up and carried mrs. Ida e. Tweedle a member of Martha Washington Council Daugh ers of America was elected to the office of outside Sentinel at the meeting of the state Council of that fraternity held at the Southern hotel Baltimore last week. Mrs. Robert Eamon and mrs. David g. Hughes represented the local Lodge. Other members of the Delta Council who witnessed the installation ceremonies were mesdames Esbanolia Mckinley Sara Lloyd Oliver Walker Ruth Sliver Anna Lloyd Mary Pearce and miss Margaret Williams. Other local happenings of interest and enjoy live program current events came in As the Prin Cipal subject for discussion at the social club at its meeting last Fri Day afternoon at the Home of mrs. Richard Rees Cardiff. The meeting was presided Over by mrs. O. H. Heaps in the absence of the presi Dent mrs. V. G. Stubbs. Members present were mesdames j. Howard Stubbs Edward Wilson Hugh 3. Evans b. W. Jones. John Hammond j. T. Gailey Charles a. Hawkins Leroy rid Goa w. B. Davis o. H. Heaps m. S. Macomber Harry Robinson c. Butler Rich Ard Rees and miss Ethel Dorsey. Little ones meet Little miss Dorothy Roberts entertained a group of the Young Chil Dren of Slateville presbyterian Church at the Home of her Moriei mrs. Robert c. Roberts on saturday afternoon. A program arranged by Al a Morton was presented and was greatly enjoyed by every one pres ent. The next meeting will be held in mrs. Mary Lonergan spent two Days last week in York and attended the funeral of a Friend miss Elizabeth Mcconkey of new York spent the week end with mrs Anna w. Silver at Whiteford. Mrs. Samuel h. Glidden spent Sev eral Days in York this week. Mrs. W. A. Edgar is remodelling that part of the Edgar building for at the Home of mrs. Charles a. Merly occupied by w. E. Williams Hawkins peach Bottom when her and will shortly move into it while granddaughters Adelaide and Nancy _ _ _ Tiro girl Inis thrill inf c 2 or. Leroy a. King professor of educational administration at the University of Pennsylvania who will deliver address at the commencement exercises of the Delta High school on Friday night. Fawn township High commencement tonight the commencement exercises of the 1934 graduating class of the Fawn township vocational High school will be held this thursday evening at 8 o clock in the new Park Church Hall. The class colors Are Orange and Brown the Flower american Beauty Rose and the class motto the class members Are Alice by Anderson Lois Roberta Ander Eon Martha Louise Anderson Helen Alberta heaps Grace Anderson Lig dim to the Ramsay Home a Quarter a Day at school by Muriel Ramsay continued from last week i thermos bottles must be boiled. Warm our Little red Monkey and a pair up the dinner for supper Tonitte. Wash of scissors disappeared yesterday. Sev the Stone hand Mill too we Are Mak eral people saw the scissors Eva or ing Tolan curd milk this afternoon but evidently thought the and. She giggles when you fill the Light fingered Street Waif Clever for hot water bottles Tonitte do not use getting away with them so said Noth water in which noodles have ing to her nor to us until later. Then it smells sour. It May be or. Reever proprietor of the so Loc store expects to occupy the por tion of the building where mrs. Edgar now resides. Or. J. Macomber and daughter Alma were dinner guests of or. And mrs. O. O. Scarborough on sunday. Miss Anna Mary Wheeler a teacher at Lansdowne spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Thom As h. Wheeler. Miss Marjorie Sellers a teacher at Ardmore spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. W. W. Sellers. Or. And mrs. Frank Scarborough of Baltimore spent sunday with or. And mrs. O. O. Scarborough. Miss Helen Kerr recently spent a few Days with her sister miss Hazel Kerr a senior student at Millers Vine state teachers College. Or. And mrs. William Sparks and Billy visited in York on Satur Hawkins will act As hostesses. Those present were Barbara Mcabee Betty Ann Gemmill Alma mor ton Louise Jones Phyllis Earnhart Adelaide Hawkins Dorothy Roberts Philip Morton Billy Fisher George Dick Johnny and Billy Murphy mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. James Murphy and mrs. Robert c. Roberts. Daughters Confer degrees Martha Washington Council no. 101, daughters of met in Myers Hall on monday night and conferred degrees on three Candi dates. Mrs. Nora Leamon and mrs. Anna Hughes delegates to the state Council held in Baltimore last week made their reports. Following the business session a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served. The seventh anniversary of the organization of the Council will be observed next monday evening with a covered dish supper at 7 o clock to cadent. A physician was called and i the Young fellow did not seem to be seriously Hurt. He grew worse How Ever and the doctor was summoned again. Noting the seriousness of the boy s condition he called an. Am of Lance to remove him to a Hospital hut he expired before it reached the Home. Judging from the nature of the in juries As Well As the fact that the express Wagon struck the machine near the Center and was demolished it is believed that the right rear be followed by a party. A d. C., recently spent a i Grange gives program with the latter s brother peach Bottom Grange no. 1711, enough there the scissors were. It s the fuss she made was simply killing. sister or. And mrs. R. Met at the Grange Hall on monday no sin to steal unless you re caught better keep Fiat s be con Romp Sony at to car Doi hotel. Night and enjoyed a splendid literary a neighbor told us we would find the economic but miss Ramsay does t if we were to go to approve. She almost washed her face girl s House and sure in that sour water this morning and Fow you know according to certain ethics eludes on 1 or win out indicating h mrs Baxter and son program Conri Suner of the following and even then the sin is that of Stu Simk in the Middle of the Earth of Cal. Aberdeen and mrs. Numbers singlet Ever re family Pidiry in being detected but i still in floor or Well be minus a baby Eleanor Rock mourn the funny Little red Calico one of these daughters Vir own a Roll Call responded to youngsters hands and face. Good chinese Chil what not to his concoctions with his Gitt Dorothy Helen Pyle Mary Eliza wheel of Grimm s car passed Over the Teeth Scott. Jean Marie Wiley a boy s body thur Lawrence Alloway Howard Mit Chell Brown Russell Proctor Brown William Howard Norris Charles Elwood Shenk and Marvin Edwin Webb. Or. Hammond preaches baccalaureate Sermon members of the graduating class of Izelta High school and friends attended special services at the firemen s Hall on sunday night and enjoyed a Sermon by the Rev. Or. John Ham mond of Reft Oboth Church on the gateways of the Rev. B. W. Jones gave the invocation. The scrip Ture lesson was read by Rev. H. Ramsay the Rev. B. F. Ruley led in prayer and miss Beryl Wyman Sang How Lovely Are thy York members visit the boy was a. Nephew of the Rev. H. Ramsay of Delta. He is sur Vived by his father Cletus Ramsay and a brother and a sister Duncan aged 16, and Laura aged 14, both at Home. His Mother mrs. Sylvia Anita Ramsay died suddenly last Christ Mas Day from a blood clot on the brain. The funeral Ter noon at 2 o clock with services at space of ten minutes the House conducted by the Rev. E. Since up to c. Develde. Interment will be in Thel conversation. Centre presbyterian cemetery. Gin a of Baltimore spent sunday with by each member with a first Aid or a Monkey eating an immortal Pink Goldie returns to his Job As chief or and mrs a j Cardiff Good health Rule talk the Grange peach for he has never come Back Cook and magician making a terrific in and org Edward a Wilson j As a Pioneer in the pure food and ome. Clatter with his Pancake Turner As he mjg Euzabeth Wilson and Samuel drug Philip Kilgore Vio there goes the dinner Bell the flips and turns and throws things in Proctor 5pent saturday with the Lin Solo mrs. Hugh Scotten a com youngsters chant loudly Wash your to the air adding Salt and Oil and son in Law and pained by Dorothy Kilgore on the or. And mrs. George Davis Norris piano health mrs. Ches Dren must always Wash their hands Limber left hand All the while. He town a before father we thank Are the employs All the dexterity of a. Dow demonstrator in a child s Ter Mclaughlin Reading words of the Blessing Sung reverently i Tau rant. It is almost too interesting if not melodiously and there is the to leave. Scraping of Many benches As a nun j but we must go for although we Gry school sits Down to hot bowls of. Call this our rest someone Rice and shrimps and bean curd spicy is already paging Young to meat balls and transparent ropes of Man with a rag doll in her hand. Mrs. Edward Proctor and mrs. Rob Verba Snodgrass contest with chs Mascot of Baltimore spent Sun Ter Mclaughlin a Winner. Day mrs Proctor s parents or. The literary hour was preceded by and mrs. Edward a. Wilson. Vermicelli. Thereafter no sound but that of on holding out the pig tailed noisy eating is audible for the doll with Button joints. Please make a she Aska the pulpit of Harmony presbyterian Small businessmen i have Long the men take their rest hour be polite playing deck Tennis in the Yard or of these drinking Tea a nearby Tea House devouring j the women spend their time in pm i their food. The most sensible thing Broi Dering making shoe soles or to do is to attend strictly to business j dressing rag dolls for their children As they Are doing lest one s dinner the porch and front Steps of the Are freed from code gets cold one Caln talk afterwards if manse Are covered with women and one must while steaming children. Half of them have their feet freshly wrung from basins of Bowling i perched on foot stoves. When their hot water Are being passed hands get too cold to sew they Are a custom perhaps not so Dainty As warmed on the hand stoves in their a business session presided Over by or. And mrs. Frank Wentz and Chester Mclaughlin worthy master. Doris spent the week end the minutes were read by the Sec relatives in Harrisburg. Rotary mrs. Harry Ruff or. The Rev. H. Ramsay will occupy Harry Ruff appreciates generous local support Church Darlington sunday morning in the absence of the pastor the Rev. Edwin shelling who is attending the general Assembly of the presbyter Ian Church at Columbus Ohio. Or. And mrs. Harry Colvin Are announcing the birth of a son sunday May 20. Harry m. Ruff the successful candidate for a place on the Republican ticket to represent the third legislative District of York county in the general Assembly in a conversation miss Nellie Lytle of Atlantic City today expressed his deep a Precia Lancaster Pomona peach Bottom Grange was Well rep resented at the meeting of the. Lan Caster and Chester Pomona near Downingtown last thursday when the York county Pomona of which Austin Rowan is lecturer presented the travelling Gavel to the Lancaster Chester group with an appropriate program. The following members were in attendance or. And mrs. Chester Mclaughlin or. And mrs. Milford Malone mrs. Hugh Scotten b. P. Stubba mrs. Harry Ruff misses Elizabeth Griffith Dorothy Kilgore and Verba Snodgrass messes. Philip Kilgore and Austin Rowan. By an executive order issued by president Roosevelt saturday night the president has freed from the wage and hour provisions of All Era codes Small business men operating in towns of less than Popula tion. This follows the provisions or me retail code which has exempted Busi Ness situated in communities of less than population. The new or der however while intending to lift the code compliance from the Small group of employers in the service trades of Small communities does not exempt any of the trades from the code provisions Banning child labor and establishing fair Trade practices. Notice kindly observe that i will not hold office hours on thursday afternoon and evenings except special appointment. Sunday by or. H. 5-24l-2t Delta a is visiting her parents or and mrs. Charles Lytle Cardiff. Price Whitaker has returned to his Home in Delta after visiting his w. T. U. Meeting the regular meeting of the Delta w. T. U. Will be held on tuesday evening May 29, at 8 o clock at the Home of mrs. J. Malford Dooley. Miss Mary Brown will be the Leader. Strawberry festival annual Slateville supper and Straw Berry festival at Church thursday May 31, p. M. 5-24-lt that of the Finger bowl but if the towels Are clean certainly More re freshing and who Cooks the you ask. Our three Stalwart Boatmen of Noah s Ark Are responsible for our culinary department with Jolly Wang constantly on the Job As cheif dietitian. If you want to see the third ring in this circus step into the Tor s Roomy Kitchen and watch them scrambling about getting a meal Jolly Wang bustles in Cheeks like twin apples shoos the cat off the stove and drives the chickens away from the cabbages. She addresses a Swarthy Boatman More Rice. Or. Field has t finished his dinner yet. But try to keep your thumbs out of the Rice bowls and i say How about cutting those Finger nails this Sho turns to Soo the feeding the stove from the rear with Pine boughs and Rice Straw As he squats patiently on the floor in the Corner. Number water for the laps. Under their nimble fingers Blue tigers and Pink elephants Gingham dogs and Calico cats big dolls and Small ones take shape. The children Are delighted. They can hardly wait till their toys Are finished. No won der not one of them has Ever owned a doll before what will we do this afternoon there s the two o clock Bell now calling us to Hygiene class. Oae of our staff is a girl nurse from our hos Pital in Soochow. With the Aid of Sev eral Large coloured posters attractively prepared she succeeds in making at least part of her rather sceptical audience germ conscious. The Golden text today is i will not spit As we Are All repeating this together one of the men spits right into the Center of the floor. The nurse Calls the attention of the class to this act and the transgressor rises up in righteous indignation. But i rubbed it in with my says he. See i rubbed it in Well. In t that continued next week mrs. H. M. Wilcox Binghampton n. Y. Mrs. William Pyle has returned from York where she visited her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. R. W. Pyle. Or. And mrs. Hugh Wales and children visited the former s parents continued on Page four tion of the generous support accorded him in the recent primary election. The splendid vote Given him in Delta and peach Bottom indicates the con son in Law and daughter or. Ana Indence of the citizens in his integrity minister baptizes children three Small children were baptized at the sunday morning service at that govern us. Slate Ridge Church by the Rev. A. L. Hyde pastor emeritus Gerald Bax Ter son of or. And mrs. M. F. Bax Ter Albert Lindley Mcguigan son of or. And mrs. Francis e. Mcguigan and Alice Bernice Jenkins daughter of or. And mrs. I. W. Jenkins. And ability and is a prophecy of what he May expect at the general election this fall. Without disparaging the other candidates of either party it is Safe to say that this District needs a Man of or. Ruffs Type to represent it at Harrisburg. Hl3 wide experience extensive contacts with All sorts of people and states manlike understanding of the prob lems that vitally affect this Section of the county and state admirably qualify him to help make the Laws Highland supper Tho ladies of Highland Church will hold their annual supper on Fri Day evening june 8, at the Church. Supper served at 6 o clock. 5-24-2t Bryansville memorial service wed., May 30 Bryansville will adhere to its usual custom and hold special services on memorial Day at 10 o clock in the morning. An elaborate program has been prepared and there will be plenty of appropriate music and num Erous speakers. The principal address will be delivered by Tho Rev. W a. Box of Lewisburg a. In spa Peri in spa Peri

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