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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaTie Only newspaper adequately Corrins Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Hin Ord county Maryland vol. La. No. 21 Delta York county Pav thursday May 25, 1933 locals Here and there Delta Cardiff miss Ethel Hitchcock of Baltimore the guest of miss Mary Brown this week. Miss Louise Robinson and school mate miss Emily Deshield students at Western Maryland College spent the week end with the former s parents or. And mrs. Arthur Robinson Cardiff. Misses Sada Pyle and Rebecca Brooks spent saturday in Baltimore. Mrs. Arthur wife of or. W. E. Arthur was admitted As a surgical patient at the Union memorial hos Pital Baltimore and underwent an operation on thursday. Miss Mabel Whiteford Whiteford md., was guest of her Cousin miss Julia Cowley on sunday afternoon. Mrs. William d. Jones spent the week end with her Cousin mrs. J. T. Galbreath. Rev. W. A. Price occupied the pulpit at the slate Ridge Church on sunday. Social club entertains husbands the social club entertained their j of Chesapeake City Are visiting husbands and a few friends at the. Friends near Delta. Home of or. And mrs. Or. And mrs. William Thompson or. And mrs. Edward Parlette on Friday evening. The evening was daughter Catherine and or. And spent in music recitations and games. Mrs. Henry Parlette were recent j those present were or. And mrs. Callers of or. And mrs. Joseph Beard o. H. Heaps or. And mrs. C. C. And family. J Butler or. And mrs. W. F. Stubbs miss Mary James of Drumore but or. And mrs. Howard Proctor Well known Here is a member of the or. And mrs. H. J. Evans Rev. And graduating class of West Lampeter mrs. B. W. Jones or. And mrs. V. A. High school. I Stubbs or. And mrs. Charles Haw pen mar baseball league Whiteford Highland Taylor Jarrettsville w l p c 1 0 1000 1 0 1000 0 1 0000 0 1 0000 the cast of the plays Henry s Kinaj or. Mrs. William mail order wife and that s what hams or. And mrs. Harry a. Hughes they were entertained at the j or. And mrs Paul Thompson or. Home of William Brown on thursday i and mrs. Leroy Rigdon mrs. J. H. Evening. Among those present were j Stubbs mrs. W. B. Davis mrs. H. Elmr. And mrs. William Brown or. Dooley mrs. W. A. Jones miss Char and mrs. Henry Mobley or. And mrs. Otte Rigdon messes. Vernon Rig Doh Owen Greider or. And mrs. Horace j and Carroll Thompson. Grove or. And mrs. Joseph Grove or. And mrs. Samuel j. Thompson or. And mrs. Preston Baker mrs. Mary Dooley misses Grace Wilson Alice Wilson Margaret Mobley mar Garet Enfield Dorothy Kilgore Vir Ginia Thompson Ruth Thompson messes. Joseph Kilgore William Par Lette Lee Thompson Maurice Thomp miss Alice Beattie visited at the son. Woodley Thompson Charles Al Home of mrs. Agnes of rising Sun my. Mrs. A. H. Louderback and Daugh Ter of Elkton va., Are guests of her parents or. And mrs. John Judd. Or. And mrs. O. H. Heaps spent saturday afternoon in Baltimore where they visited their daughter in j Law mrs. Harry z. Heaps and grand daughter Barbara Lee heaps at j Loway William Mclaughlin and Samuel Snyder. Or. And mrs. Owen Greider and mrs. Iva Jones and son Gene spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. J Arthur Sidwell. Boy scouts hold meeting the regular meeting of the local boy scouts of America troop 47, met in firemen s Hall on monday evening May 22. The meeting was in charge of scout master Raymond Barnhart. The meeting opened by repeating the scout oath. After Dis cussing business the meeting adjourned and tests were passed. Union prayer meeting the ladies Union prayer meeting will be held on tuesday evening. May 130, at o clock at the Home of Maryland general Hospital. Or. And mrs. Elmer Murphy _. To _ mrs. W. W. Sellers. Leader mrs. Son. Dickie of Kennett Square were i q h h guests of her parents or. And mrs. J Charles Pomraning. I misses Dorothy Williams and mar i Garet Galbreath were week end guests i of friends in Baltimore. I Al mph we Are glad to note that org the following were guests of miss i wednesday May 17, sponsored by the Elizabeth Davies is improving. Ida Duphorne Delta a senior at Wes child health committee mrs. A. H. Sydney Davies has returned child health clinic a very successful Chest clinic was i held at the Delta Hig i school West Bangor miss Margaret a. Roberts who has been ill for the past week is somewhat improved. Miss Helen Hickey spent last thursday night with her school mate Margaret Miller. Or and mrs. Thomas Davis and daughter Barbara Are guess of or. And mrs. Samuel Torbert. Edward Barbour who has been ill for several weeks continues about the scores of saturday s games 9, Jarrettsville 1. Highland 3, Taylor 2. Whiteford walloped Jarrettsville to Oie tune of 9 to 1 at Whiteford sat urday. Nelson Mcnutt. Whiteford s Ball artist was in exceptionally Fifie form and set Jarrettsville Down with four scattered hits. Whiteford a bred two runs the first inning. S. Capable Lead off Man Drew a ticket and j. Morris Whiteford s j Speed merchant beat out a bunt which i also advanced s. Lloyd. M. Lloyd of sacrificed advancing both runners and 1 after a. Lloyd had flied out Mcnutt the two runs across with a Rous double. Whiteford scored Taro Kire in the second three More the e fifth and two More in the eighth Tov get a total of nine runs while Jat Bettsville scored one run the third inning. Heaps and Morris starred at oat for Whiteford while m. Lloyd starred afield. Everybody played a Good game behind the excellent coach ing of John Dooley. Martha Washington Council meets the regular meeting of Martha Washington Council no. 101, Daugh ters of America was held on Mon Day evening in Myers Hall. Council Lor Ruth Sliver presided. Final arrangements were made to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the institution of the Council. The members will meet in the Lodge room at on saturday and Start on a hike. The destination known Only by the committee miss Hulda Smith mrs. Nellie Glasgow and mrs. A Yvetta Tarbert. Automobiles will be provided for those not Able to walk. Lunch will be served. The annual memorial service will be held in the Lodge rooms on monday evening May 29. Mrs. Jennie Wilson will be in charge. Delta teachers Kab elected Whiteford r is j Lloyd 2b , 2b is in Mcnutt p a h r a soaps of Dpi by of Jones of 4 4 4 5 5 4 3 3 0 2 0 the Delta school Board elected the following teachers for the coming term High school prof. A. H. Zim Merman principal Raymond e. Barn Hart misses Marian Strayer Kathryn Diehl and m. Elaine Lau m. Case Moore Eleanor l. Manifold mrs. Mary i. Jones and miss g. Alice Wheeler. Whiteford 34 9 9 Tern Maryland College at the annual May Day exercises on saturday mrs Lester Williams mrs. Alfred Peele and mrs. Wilson Gorrell. Miss Kathryn Ward of Jarrettsville Xmas guest of miss Margaret Findley for several Days. The Friendly Circle of Prospect Zimmerman chairman. Or. Samuel Home after spending a few weeks in o. Pruitt medical director of the i Philadelphia. She. Was accompanied Pennsylvania tuberculosis society i Home by mrs Cassie Jones and her Jarrettsville join with the York county tuberculosis visited her sister and brother mar society. 1 Garet and Evan Roberts who have the clinic was part of the follow up been mrs. Jones and or. Davies of the health study made in the High returned Home monday. Will hold a bake Sale in the o. C. Jones school in 1931. Pupils whose test Rev. And mrs. John Hammand at building. Delta on saturday May 27, j showed tubercular infection in 1931. The Rcd the Synod that met in instead of the Strawberry festival they returned in 1932 and again on wed i Barre Over the week end. Had planned to hold at Vernon school no Day for re examination. The rna House. Jority showed no signs of Active Dis Delta girl to mrs. William Fisher and daughter Cise but some wil1 have the second receive miss Edith and son. Billy spent sat Cray Chest examination. This is done i to prevent the further development of miss Marian Fisher daughter or f. . Batters of 8b Icanbery. Is c cooker 2b p p in Bryansville or. And mrs. S. A. Mckinley spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. Howard Patterson. Or and mrs. A. L. Mclaughlin and children Samuel and Ralph spent sunday with or. And mrs. George Wilson and family or. And mrs. Ralph m. Fulton and j children Donald and Gertrude and wary Fulton spent saturday with relatives in York and Harrisburg. Mrs. Alice Fitler returned to her i Home in York after a visit with her j brother and sister in Law or. And ims. S. A. Mckinley. S Miffy 31 urday in York. Or. And mrs. Ernest Roberts and daughter Gloria spent the week end with friends in Baltimore. Rev. J. R. Marley Cass has returned to his Home near Darlington from a any condition. A number of parents or. And mrs. William j. Fisher Delta accompanied the pupils and consulted m a member of the graduating class with or. Pruitt. Associated with mrs. J of West Chester teachers College Zimmerman on this child health com j the graduation exercises begin on try cars s. Lloyd m. Lloyd Quesen Bry. 2 base hits Mcnutt. M. Lloyd v. Bucket stolen bases j. Heaps s. Voyd j. Morris Mittee were miss Rose Galbreath mrs. Carolyn Rightmire mrs. M. T. Heaps mrs. Harry Mack birthday anniversary for Little miss vacation in Baltimore and Carroll miss Alice county. The pulpit at St. David s and mrs. Frank f. Church Delta was occupied by Rev. Henry Clay Hall of Delta during his absence. Or. J. A. Clement and George Hager of Baltimore called on or. And mrs. Howard Hamilton on Sun Day afternoon. Miss Evelyn Grove Delta r. D., entertained miss Doris. Wolf of York Over the week end. The following spent a Day in Balti a fifth birthday anniversary party was Given miss Helen Jean Wheeler daughter of or. And mrs. J. M. Wheeler. The following were present Barbara Mcabee Patty Fowler mar Ian Ellis Jean Davis Mary Louise Sidwell Charlotte Gorrell Jean Friday May 26, with the class Day exercises alumni Day on saturday baccalaureate service on sunday and the commencement exercises on Mon Day. Miss Fisher will receive the b. S. Degree in the health education course. She graduated from Delta High school class of 1929. Misses Grace Tiddy Barbara Saylor and Frances Fox Are also members of the class and Are Well known Here having visited at the Fisher Home. Defeated Highl Jid 4 to ast saturday at Highland. N. My Nett out pitched m. Wilson in a pit Cher s Battle to win for Whiteford. The Whiteford cause was greatly i aided by a Long hard hit double by a a. Lloyd into the Fence Row several starring plays by j. Morris at second and a single by j. Heaps which scored two runs. This saturday May 27. Whiteford will encounter Taylor at Whiteford. Spent saturday afternoon with mrs. Mary j Mclaughlin. Mrs Fannie Thomas spent tuesday with or. And mrs. Charles h. Fulton. Miss Doris Wolf and miss Evelyn g ave spent the week end with or. Pirl mrs. Frank Grove. William Mclaughlin spent sunday or. And mrs. Charles Fulton. Iii ses Antl Dorothy Kil fore spent tuesday afternoon with or. And mrs. N. J. Wise and daughter. Mrs. Herbert Alban and daughter Betty Ann Baltimore Are visiting mrs. Alban s parents or. And mrs. W. Chester Wise and family. Miss Ramsay on foreign tour memorial Day program at Bryansville More recently mrs. Malford Dooley Camille Courtney Jean Maley Audrey and children Hyde and Jean mrs. Perkins Ann heaps Frances Wilhelm the following program will be Ren Stanley Amos and Dooley Whiteford. I Sara Wilhelm Jean Dooley Nancy j dered at Bryansville Church on or. And mrs. W. F. Stubbs enter Dallam Jean Dallam Hilda memorial Day singing trained or. And mrs. Charles Betty Ann Gemmill Mary Hyde prayer Rev. C. C. Kreidler address of Baltimore. Eleanor heaps Natalie Butler or. And mrs. J. T. Grove Are visit Barbara Wheeler Helen Jean Wheeler ing at the Home of their son in Law i and Marshall heaps or. And daughter or. And mrs. G. E. An Derson of High Rock. Or. And mrs. Arthur Robinson mrs. Margaret Stokes miss Ethel heaps and Joseph Robinson motored to Western Maryland College where they Harford county Rector to wed or. And mrs. Franklyn Humphre of Welcome Harry m. Ruff music Lornaine Kerr Reading mrs. Henry Mobley address Rev. Markley sing ing god of our recitation i James Kerr or. Recitation Ralph Mclaughlin singing mrs. S. F. Ruff address Rev. B. W. Jones Reading Romaine Morris music William Mcville of Newton mass., have issued Laughlin and Samuel Snyder Recita were guests of miss Louise Robinson. Invitations to the wedding of their Tion Margie Ann Ruff Solo mrs. Or. And mrs. Jerome heaps and daughter miss Catherine Humphre Kreidler singing god bless our sons and mrs. Evelyn Mcbride of j Villa and Rev. George Bibber i native treasurer s report Ben Street md., visited miss Elizabeth j Shriver. The ceremony will be per i edition. Mcbride at Western Maryland College formed on saturday june 3, at 4_________________ on sunday afternoon. J o clock in Grace episcopal Church postmaster completes j. M. Buck of Edgewood Arsenal i Newton mass., and will be followed inspection of routes visited his family Here on tuesday. By a reception in the Parish House of j or. And mrs. Stanley Amos mrs. The Church. On wednesday june 21, postmaster a. G. Dunlap on tucs Stewart Dooley mrs. J. M. Dooley the Rev. Shriver will be ordained to completed his annual inspection and mrs. Amy Glasgow attended the the Priesthood in Emma null the three Rural routes emanating funeral of Medford Mcgibbney held Bel air by Bishop Edward t. He from the Delta Post office. These at Darlington on monday afternoon Fonstein. Later he will go to India i three routes cover one Hundred Miles or. And mrs. J. N. Gemmill and As the first missionary of the Episco and have a total of four Hundred daughter Betty Ann or. And mrs. Pal Church in that country. The forty Lour boxes. Or. Dunlap reports w. J. Fisher and son Billy spent Shriver family arc Well known in that he found All the boxes in Excel Somlay in York. Delta and Vicinity. Put condition Ami the in spleen attorney ii. M. Brooks spent Mon _ _ Day in York. Soosalu service club guests of or. And mrs. Charles j exceeding thirty in length Are Lytic during the past week end were the regular meeting of the social i Remlein satisfactory service Ami or. And mrs. Gilmour miss Jane Gil service club of slate Villa and com-1 there is no cause Cor complaint. This Mour or. And mrs. William Gilmour manily will be held Friday evening is a Praia Fin report and Speaks of Ventnor City new Jersey miss june 2, at the Home of mrs. James Well for the personnel of the local continued on Page three Mackison or. Office Highland k. Morris of l Hanna 3b Galbreath c Wilson p Richardson 2b 1 Hanna Ita k. Wilson is Davis if t. Wilson of Meyers Whiteford i s Lloyd 3b j j Morris 2b i m. Lloyd is in Mcnutt p Resan if a. Lloyd in j. Heaps of 1 d. Hughes c ii. Jones of Bradley h. Dooley of miss Muriel Ramsay presbyterian missionary of Soochow China has just had a two thousand mile journey to and from a Rural inter Deomina mrs. George Jones was a Baltimore visitor recently. Mrs. Mabel Keese who has been sick for a few Days is improving. Or. And mrs. Orville Allison of Baltimore spent thursday evening with or. And mrs. Warren Glasgow. Or. And mrs. George Swift and son Andrew spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs., Fred Ramsay. Or. And mrs. Bernard Atkins spent the week end in Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Arthur Henry and son of Wilmington del., spent Sun Day visiting in this Vicinity. Misses Olive Norris and Phoebe Mckinley of Goldey College Wil Mington spent the week end with their parents Here. James Legrande of Chestnut level spent sunday in this Vicinity. Guest a of or. And mrs. Harry Sliver on sunday were or. And mrs. Robert Neal and son Robert and mrs. Mol lie Myers of Shrewsbury or. And mrs. Carl Sliver mrs. Ella Sliver and Dorothy and Eli Sliver of red lion. Or. And mrs. Wolf and sons of red lion spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. Edward Norris. Mrs. Margaret Mckinley and daughters Olive Louise and Jean and William Pyle spent sunday in Wilmington Delaware. Lee Kyle is visiting his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Ralph Pearce. Joe Barrett is confined to his bed by illness. Or. And mrs. J. L. Bentley and mrs. Julia Stephens of Dundalk. And mrs. Alice Fitler of York were Sun Day guests of or. And mrs. Warren Glasgow. Miss Eleanor Guilfoyle of Towson Normal school spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Harry Guilfoyle. Miss Nellie Bartol visited mrs Cicic heaps on Friday. Miss Ilary Sliver is spending this week in lion. Mrs. William Cox spent the week end with her son in Law and daughter dr., and mrs. Paul Wilhelm. Mrs. William Mcfadden was admitted to the Union memorial hos Pital As a surgical patient on monday. Or. And mrs. John Wilhelm recently celebrated their Golden wedding anniversary. 1 to. And mrs. Gorje Hoffman. Of Del air. Sir. And mrs. Mite Mccracken and baby of a Cordeen called on or. And mrs. Joseph Gri Fth on Sun Day afternoon. Mrs. Dolce Glasgow in a few Days with her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Warren Glasgow. Or. And mrs Alexander Draper recently entertained a number of rela Tives and friends to a dinner. Delta miss celebrates birthday anniversary miss Julia Cowley entertained a number of friends at her Home on saturday evening the occasion being her birthday anniversary. After a pleasant evening refreshments were tonal evangelists conference held at served. Those present were misses tin Hsien North China where Over Minnie Bay Margaret Scarborough 200 delegates from All Over China at Eleanor Cox Mabel Whiteford mar tended. The delegates consisted of j Garet Draper Ruth Ruff Reba Ruff Carolyn Whiteford Delsie Shaeffer some 30 missionaries and the rest native preachers and evangelists. A marvelous inspiration and mutually helpful time was reported As to new Helen Mcmillian Mary e. Dunlap Pauline Clark. Sophia Tobin Frances Roberts Marie Harvey and Julia 30 5 a h r progressive methods of evangelism Cowley. And spiritual Fellowship renewing of All old time 12 years ago acquaint ances and creating of new friendships. While at peking she heard the bursting of the japanese bombs in j one of the presbyterian Rural Fields of evangelism. In her own words japs Are Only 33 Miles bomb i ing Rev. E. L. Johnson s country Field i bombs heard in piping two ago but none seem worried. Folks new Park couple wed 40 years Rev. Robert l. Clark and wife mrs. Sarah r. Green Clark celebrated the 40th wedding anniversary at their Home it Park on wednesday. They were married at Hill s Rev. A. Lewis Hyde pastor of the slate Ridge up Here do seem at Home when Church. Key. Clark was pastor of the peaceful cd vireo Lor 24 years. 3-1 6 4 two base hit a Lloyd. Three Bonsi hit Meyers. On her Way Home to Soochow she expects to go by the peking Hankow Canton railway stopping at Panfu to visit her Mother s Tomb in the martyrs memorial cemetery there a most hallowed spot to the family which she has riot seen since tint i i tin night or i Jedy. When by i the Mother s body was silently i ii i o rest 1 2 years Ajo. Tenn on southward on the Siee 11 i Jaf Cal did shape for the season of the year. The carriers All of. Whom have routes w. C. T. Ii. To meet with mrs. Myrks the w. C. T. U. Will hold thru regular meeting on wednesday May 31, at i1. M. At the Homo of mrs. Charles Myers main Street. A pc Cine program will to Given find Spe Cial work taken up. All members urge to be present. R. To our old Mission of inmate Lii in Chilili or she i it Irnne ims Luord f Titi and. Then son v a old Cuip to Tvr. I. I m and her knot How to i a Titton win the a Vicc for the Nior c of Delta High was held in men s Finis on sunday even the order Grad a .1 i d i a Ilion. Rev. Clarence i . o lord .1 Keiss Ilire lesson i f san idler or Fyer Hev. Is t. My fax Lei i to pm Vii and old a c i Irlam Johnston and Joseph b to Johnston is , Tho authority i Froin by i v. W. Jones hymn Hankow to banking. My from there of tests i have Bene by banking Shanghai it. R. Diction Rev. Clarence Ramsay. Newspaper
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