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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 26, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaFcker Delta Herald times thursday May 26, 1932 locals sunday with mrs. Kilgore s parents or. And mrs. Charles Jenness. Mrs. Sadie Grafton and family have moved from near slate Hill to one of or. And mrs. John Jacobs jr., of Baltimore spent sunday with the Scarborough houses on Chestnut Mer s parents or. And mrs. John d. I Street Jacobs e. Main Street. Or. And mrs. Frank Scarborough of Baltimore spent the week end with mrs. Scarborough s father and or. C. Macomber and miss Alma Macomber. Mrs. James Pierce Camden n. J., visited her Mother mrs. C. W. Sidwell last week. Harry Mckinley is ill at his Home near Here. Or. And mrs. John d. Brooks and1 daughter Annabelle of Chambers Iorg attended services at slate Ridge Church on sunday and visited the former s sister mrs. Abel Morris Delta r. Or. And mrs. Chester Stephens of Aberdeen visited mrs. Annie Bell last mrs. Nelson Gemmill mrs. Clar ence Malone and mrs. Ross Barton visited mrs. A Fulton at High Rock on last wednesday. Sir. And mrs. Gus Cochran visited or. Cochran s Mother mrs. Daniel Cochran of Hickory who is ill. Greer Barnett has been seriously ill at his Home near town. Walter o Connor spent sunday at Quarry Ville. Curtis Jones of Baltimore spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Travor d. Jones. Prof. Phineas Morris of Aberdeen spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Abel Morris of near Delta miss Ann of Washington d. Spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Charles f. Jen Christ for All All for Christ Mac mrs. Charles o. Day of Philadel phia spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. George v. Gar mrs. William Prichard of ran Dolph wie., visited her cousins John r. And miss Mary Etta Williams Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Jack h. Vesey of new i York City Are spending a two weeks vacation at the Home of mrs. Vesey s parents or. And mrs. Charles h. Jones. Members of Delta troop boy scouts enjoyed their first Over night hike of the season on last Friday even ing. Churches Domestic relations children obey your parents in the lord for this is right. Honour thy father and Mother which is the first commandment with Promise that it May be Well with thee and thou May est live1 Long on the 5j 1-3. Roger Whitaker a student at Gettysburg College spent the week end friends at this place. Miss Marian Fisher a student at West Chester state teachers College returned to her Home on sunday for the summer vacation. Or. And mrs. William r. Williams and or. And mrs. A. Thomas Bradley and sons Bobbie Thomas and David spent sunday with or. And mrs. Webster Galley and family of Wil Mington attorney Harry m. Brooks spent sunday with his brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Abel Morris James w. Courtney of Buffalo is spending some time with his wife and daughter at the Home of mrs. Courtney s father James e. Williams. Or. And mrs. H. Eldon Webb and children Ewon jr., Betty Rodney and Norman visited mrs. Andrew Somers and daughter Ediith on sunday. Mrs. Ida Mclaughlin spent sunday with her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Joel Harry. Griffith Roberts Samuel Patterson Neild Mcfadden Ana Paul Sensenic of Philadelphia visited friends in this Community on sunday. Or. Rob erts is an old subscriber to the her Aid times and is a grandson of the late Griffith Ellis esq., an Early settler in peach Bottom. Mrs. Kate Dodson and daughters Clara and Bertha of Lancaster recently visited friends and relatives at this place. S. H. Wise of Delta Kenneth har Rison and daughters Audrey and Florence of Tilghman md., were guests of or. And mrs. Abel Morris on sunday. Or. And mrs. W. Courtney and daughter Camille James e. Williams and daughter Erma visited or. And mrs. W. Sunday. Or. And mrs. Albert Ruff and or. And mrs. Ruff spent wednesday evening with or. And mrs. E. G. Thompson and family. Or. And mrs. H. Wheeler and misses Marietta and Alice Wheeler spent the week end with the former s son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. B. Neikirk Watsontown. Or. And mrs. Hugh t. Hughes mrs. Ida g. Ayres and or. And mrs. Albert Ruff spent sunday afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. Gilbert Ruff and family. Miss Mildred Butler has returned from a visit with relatives in Chester. Miss Mary Brown has returned to her Home Here after spending the Winter with her father Richard Brown at Southern Pines n. C. Miss Evelyn Snyder a nurse in the Philadelphia general Hospital spent the week end with her sister mrs. C. O. Brown. Mrs. Lester Williams and miss Mary Duphorne spent saturday in Balti More. Or. Ami mrs. Ellis g. Hughes and son Donald of Baltimore called on relatives in Delta and Vicinity on sat urday. Mrs. Carrie Thomas and daughter Allie of Berkley md., visited their aunt mrs. Ellen s. Burke on sunday. Or. And mrs. W. Fleming Evans of Delta and or. And mrs. Meredith Evans Bel air md., visited miss Julia Hugo at the presbyterian Home near Baltimore on sunday. Mrs. H. M. Wilcox of Binghamton n. Y., is visiting her father Price Whitaker and her brother Lane r. Whitaker and family. Or. And mrs. C. Crawford Are constructing a fish Pool in the Back Yard at their Home. John Cross Williams and Mother mrs. William m. Williams left Sun Day afternoon for Southern Pines n. C. Or. Williams wife and two sons who spent the Winter there will re turn with them. W. H. Smith spent the week end in Claymont and Philadelphia. The Delta Cardiff fire company was called to a fire near St. Mary s Church on tuesday afternoon. Be fathers provoke not your child Ren to Wrath but bring them up in he nurture and admonition of the finally my Brethren be Strong in he lord and in the Power of hip might. Put on the whole Armour of 3od, that be May be Able to stand against the Wiles of the 11. Us lord with All might in fore inner Man. Methodist protestant Church Rev. B. F. Ruley minister a. M. Sunday school. 10 a. M. Male adult Bible class. 11 a. M. Sermon by the minister. There will be no evening service in lieu of the Sermon to the graduates of he High school which will be held at the firemen s Hall. This congregation s invited to be present. Service will be held at s o clock. Prayer meeting wednesday at re Hoboth Church. Union service. C. Yerkes of Calvert mrs. Colvin Dies monday morning mrs. Sarah m. Colvin widow of the late Jacob g. Colvin died at her Home near Delta on monday morning aged 68 years. She leaves the following survivors five sons and three her Bert Colvin Woodbine Grover c., Ralph Luther and Harry Colvin All of Delta mrs. Ruthanna Avilton at Home airs. Ralph Strickler and mrs. Of a. G. Leroy Kolden a student at get a try 0 Herbert Scott Woodbine. My there Are with his parents or. And mrs. C. O. Holden. Byhers two or. And mrs. Frank mister of Filmore visited mrs. Mother mrs. William Tweedle. Last or. And mrs. Xor Man Somers children Carney s Elizabeth Point a. Days the first of the week with mrs. Andrew Somers Sallie Snow Guibas visited her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Charles p Jeruss on sunday. Ivan n. Morn a son or or. And mrs. Abel Morris with his Friend and class mate Guy Kreidler of Lebanon left this week on a trip to Florida the Gofir coast states to California re f. Barnett High Rock David Jyh. Barnett York mrs. William Yers and mrs. Calvin Kilgore Delta. The funeral was held on wednes Riu Irskay. Afternoon at 2 o clock with ser vices at Pine Grove presbyterian Church. Interment was in the adjoin ing cemetery. Hubert p. Harking was t in funeral director. And Robert of j., spent a few democratic comm1ttf.emex the lift of members of the demo cratic county committee was com i plated tuesday in the office of tha county commissioners. The members will meet at the court House York on saturday afternoon at 1 o clock b. S. T., for purposes of organization. Those elected for Delta and nearby districts Are As follows Delta H. Wheeler and m. S. Macomber Fawn Grove r. F. Webb and m. L. Peach Bottom township h. Dale Malone Frank Thomas and P scar Borough Fawn township L. Alloways and P. Shirey lower Chanceford township first g. M. Stewart and Harry Krouse second Shenk and Harry m. Anderson. Or. Kilgore makes soy bean test Dale d. Kilgore is cooperating with the agricultural Extension association in the Effort to test out the Worth of different varieties of soy Beans. Eight varieties Are being tried out on three demonstration in East Manchester township one a Hopewell and the other in lower j Chanceford. On or. Kilgore s farm in lower Chanceford township the following varieties Are being planted this week Ebony Pekwan Harbinson Wilson Virginia Manchu Zillini and Laredo. Several of these varieties have never been grown in York county but have been highly recommended elsewhere. Social club holds interesting meet mrs. V. Gilpin Stubbs entertained he social club at her Home on Fri Day afternoon. The president mrs. Richard Rees was in charge and the meeting opened with All singing Jingle after spending some time working in quilt patches a social hour was enjoyed. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held with mrs. Howard Stubbs. Those attending were Butler William r. Williams Hugh Evans Howard Stubbs William Stubbs William b. Davis Richard Rees Marion s. Macomber Osborne h. Heaps Thomas Gailey Leroy Rigdon Howard Proctor and v. Gilpin slate judge presbyterian Church Rev. A. Hyde pastor 10 a. M. Sabbath school 11 a. M. Sermon subject the victorious the evening services will be omit de in order that the congregation May attend the baccalaureate ser rices for the graduating class of the Delta High school. Union prayer meeting in the re Sloboth Church on wednesday evening of next week at s o clock. Arrangements Are being made to have children Day services on Sab Bath morning june 12, and the an Nual memorial services in the slate Ridge cemetery on the afternoon of the same Day. The ladies of the Church will hold a. Chick in and Waffle supper in the basement of the Church on tuesday evening of next week beginning at o clock. The sewing society will meet with mrs. C. O. Holden on thursday after noon june 2, at two o clock. Assistant hostesses mrs. Etta Chandlee and mrs. H1. M. Hughes. Mrs. W. B. Davis class will conduct the opening exercises the Sabbath school on next Sabbath morning. Salem Aid society meets the ladies Aid society of Salem m. E. Church met with miss Margaret Anderson on thursday afternoon. Devotional exercises were conducted by mrs. Samuel Haugh and mrs. Daniel Mcgurk. After the business session a social hour was enjoyed. The next meeting will is held at the Home of mrs. William Fisher when the Rainy Day bags will be received and opened. Celebrates birthday xxi Ersary mrs. Walter Fullerton of Muddy Creek Forks celebrated her birthday anniversary on saturday. A Small group of friends added to the jollity of the occasion. Besides her parents or and mrs. George Keyser of Freeville who remained for the week end the follow ing guests were present or. And mrs. George Butcher and or. And mrs. Roy Butcher of York or. And mrs. Henry Butcher and granddaughter and or. And mrs. Menka of Dallastown. Sale Lille presbyterian Church Rev. B. W. Jones pastor sunday school in the Chapel at and in the Church at 10 a. M. Divine worship at 11 a. M. The Pas Tor s theme will be the wrecking of the much of our spirituality and morality has been supported by props. What is happening in these Days on account of the baccalaureate service in the Hall the evening service in the Chapel will be omitted. At o clock sunday afternoon Rehoboth and Slateville congregations will unite in a memorial service in the latter Church. The Hon. Franklin menses former congressman will de liver the address. Friends who have relatives buried1 in the cemetery Are cordially invited. Nurses for next sunday Mest Lames Walter Carico John Bay and Glenn Tomalson. Session s committee elders scar Borough and Dunlap. Season ahead with so Many presidential possibilities tip toeing around the league of nations and prohibition questions this ought to be a bully year for the shoe graph. Tele s. W. Holden funeral director holds state licenses in a. And my. Rhone 66 Delta a. Tin1 Northern route they Turnini expect to make the trip in one month. Miss Mildred in May a at Mill Orvillo state teachers Collace is spending the summer vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Am say. Mrs. Clarence Malone and son Bob by of Prospect Park del., Are visit ing mrs. Malone s sister mrs. .1. Nel son Gemmill of Delta and or. And Are. William Malone of Delta r. N. Or. And mrs. Howard Stifler of York accompanied by miss Ella Keady and miss Agnee Flen Ming of society holds election Bridgeton were guests friends on saturday. Of Delta or. And mrs. Emory Kilgore spent the Home missionary society of the methodist protestant Church met at the Church monday Evo Nimr. Mrs. I Sailes o. Rion conducted the devotional exercises. The Fol Logitu of Licurs were ele for the ensuing rear president mrs. C. O. Brown vice president mrs. Alia Hughes Secretary miss Laura Boswell treasurer miss Alma Macomber Secretary of the card and Flower fund mrs. Emma Cantler organist. Mrs. Krona Cantler. Refresh ments were served by the hostess mrs. Warren Williams. Those present were mrs. Warren Williams mrs. Charles 0. Brown mrs. Alta Hughes mrs. Emma Cantler miss Annabelle Weiler miss Laura Boswell miss Dorothea Cantler messes. Howard Harvey Edward bos will and Rev. B. F. Ruley. Rev. Clair Kreidler pastor Sei vices Tor sunday May 2fl Woodbine s. S. 10 a. M. Morning worship 11 a. M. Tabernacle s s 2 p. M. Worship and Sermon p. M. s. S. 10 a. M. Evening worship p. Of. Or Mansville Mission band will sold a bake Sale this saturday afternoon. May 2s, in Delta. Property transfers Harford county Margaret Davis it Al to Ralph Davis 87 acres in fifth District. Christopher Knopp and. Wife to Oscar d. Caudill and wife 61% acres a fourth District Sarah v. Henderson to Royad ams lot in fourth District. York county Ida Edie to Grove a of land in Fawn township. Continued from Page one Chicken dinner St. Mary s Hall my. Saturday May 28 tickets Doc 1931 Ford Victoria Brand new 1931 town Sedan this car cannot be told front new 1981 Ford Tudor Sedan Demontra Uon driven exclusively by a member of the firm 1930 Ford roadster 1929 Ford roadster 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1928 whippet Tividor 1925 Bulek touring 6 Cylinder 3 Model t. Tudor sedans 1 Model t Coupe four sets of Fordson tractor wheels. Smeltzer Runkle Coll Rosville a. Phone Brogue 21-r-12 Western Maryland College Westminster Maryland Albert Norman Ward d. D., in. D., president for Young men and Young women unexcelled location modern curriculum Complete equipment moderate rates. Catalogue upon application H. Snodgrass used car specials Chevrolet 1930 Coupe Chevrolet 1931 coach Chevrolet 1931 sport Sedan these cars in first class condition with guarantee e. Paul Snodgrass mgr. And owner Tel. Cardiff 30-r-23 Street h h Stew radio shop am garage in the old pen mar bakery radios repaired and sen iced aerials installed general Anto repairing Kobbert l. Tom pox phone 94-r-3 Delta a 44444444444444444444444444 a. M. E. Zion Church Rev. M. W. Cohen pastor a. M. Sunday school. 11 a. M. Class meeting. 7 p. M. Christian Endeavor meeting. 8 p. M. Preaching. Frank Feldman expert watch repair ing one year guarantee on All work main St. And Perm ave. Bel Allf to. Announcing the opening of a used car Mart at red lion Square h. G. Barnhart son automobile dealers red lion a. Phone 45-w i cleaners modern dyers men s suits cleaned and ladies suits Coats and pressed dresses up rugs shampooed draperies and blankets cleaned h. Hsi. Call car Del hotel Agency Delta 53 l i knights of Malta or. C. Macomber for Shinar com Mandery knit rats of Malta this week erected Twenty two markers at the Graves of deceased members in slate Ville it. Nebo and slate Ridge Ceme teries. These markers Are Beautiful and distinctive. Home made ice Cream the kind everybody likes made from pure Guernsey Jujj Mhz and produced by our own Herd. W. Paul Halsey j w. Faul Halsey 31 near Highland Road Don t fail to take advantage of file Many specials shown at our store. To will pay you Well in savings to buy now. Are Cut to the cry Core. Give us a look before Jug your purchases. 29-31 w. Broadway red lox a. B. B. Director ambulance service. Newspaper

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