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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - May 31, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 22 Dexta York county pa., thursday May 31, 1934 vow sex postmaster Dunlap buys old Stoke stand a. Grant Dunlap and son this week Mildred Whitaker crowned Queen of the May saturday. Over the j. H. Lanius general Mer Model Home club is the next thing miss Mildred Whitaker As previous Chandise establishment at Pylesville. On the program. The talks and Dis by announced in these columns was Possession is to be Given on june 1., cushions of this hour Are perhaps the chosen by the Delta High pupils to. This is an old established stand enjoyed As Well As the Ino Starac be May Queen at the springtime -1 has been the merchandising Center want which was held on saturday of for the Community for Many years. Ter noon. Owing to the condition of Jar. Lanius has conducted the Busl Ine Campus As a result of the Rainy Ness Here for Over thirty years the pageant was put on in or. Dunlap adds to a genial per the firemen s Hall where it was tonality a reputation for integrity witnessed by a Large crowd of peo and Square dealing and a wide sex a Day at school by Muriel Ramsay Grade teachers entertain i High school faculty e. The program follows Prience in the business world. Until a few months ago he was Post master in Delta a position he had i held for ten years. Before that he was Secretary treasurer of the Delta lumber and Coal company. In his Early Days he managed the Arthur l. Jones general merchandise store. This was followed by a clerkship with Stubbs Culp and a period with Clarence h. Stubbs in the lumber and Coal business known As Stubbs Dunlap. The new firm will handle a com plete line of general merchandise and Green groceries and those who know or. Dunlap feel confident of his Suc Cess in his new undertaking. Rehoboth choir visits ancient Welsh Church by Samuel 3. Gard continued from last week tical of the Day. That is mrs. Y talking. She is stating a problem in her Home. Their first born child was a girl. Neither she nor or. Y wanted a girl. So they exchanged her for a Hoy baby born recently to a family in a Distant Village which already had five or six boys and wanted a girl. That was eleven years ago. The boy has always been difficult to manage. She hits him Over the head All to no Avail he just smiles and continues his stubborn Way in silence. Or. Y storms at him and beats my when he is caught teasing his Little brother but that does not make him better. They can t understand the stupid she says and Are at their wits end. How do Christian parents punish children anyway Home club Over we have our demonstration period. Sometimes it is a Short play. Today it is a continuation of yesterday s lesson on Home economics. We Are making soy bean milk members of the Delta High school to open the door and they re asking faculty were entertained by the Grade admittance in their usual gentle Man Ner. They re shrieking let us in we want to in they swarm fifty of them they fight their Way to the front every one scrambling for a Good seat. As i watch them in dismay a Sweet Little lad with big soft eyes tugs at my dress and says my father Tore up my scripture card and beat me last night when he knew i had come to the Jesus Chapel i m Here i see you i reply picking the Little mite up in my arms. But now suppose we All go out and then come in reverently the Way we usually come into god s House. That s Fine now what would you like to sing some half a dozen chose Praise him Allye Little after this there will be a service of stories prayer a Chalk talk perhaps and the much loved handwork following. Children s hour is Over now. Let us climb a Hill to get a glimpse of the Sunset on the great Lake before supper. This weather is too Nice to on deck Tennis in the Back teachers at the Home of miss Alice Wheeler primary Tacher after the commencement exercises on last Fri Day evening. The party was Given in Honor of miss Marian e. Strayer and mrs. Elaine Lau Brown who have resigned from the faculty. After a very pleasant evening together refreshments were served. Those present were prof. Leroy a. King and daughter Jane prof and mrs. A. H. Zimmerman prof and mrs. Raymond e. Barnhart mrs. Beulah frock mrs. Mary i. Jones Rev. And mrs. Nelson Brown misses Marian Strayer Kathryn Diehl m. Case Moore Eleanor l. Moore Rose e. Galbreath and g. Alice Wheeler. Other local happenings of interest which contains All the needed Vita i Yard mins of cow s milk so sadly lacking after supper which is an exact from this Central China diet. I repetition of dinner class rooms Buzz Mildred l. Whitaker Spidle Herald air Julia Cowley summer Garland dance grammar school girls july patriotic chorus High school glee club rhythm band grades one and two making a Donald Dick and Helen Roberts August summer songs grades three and four autumn september Belva Wilson rustic dance grades five and eix october halloween songs grades one and two Gypsy Ranee High school girls november autumn songs grades three and four Winter de Cember Christmas grades five and six january skater s High school girls february Valentine songs grades one and two Valentine sketch Benny Tobin and Fay Barnett minute grades seven and eight Spring March octet High school Mother Chas. Johnston april Cloud grades three four Spring songs grades six and seven May May procession crowning of Queen and maypole dance. 3 n. R. A. Rulings about advertising three rulings on claims in advertising relating to no Cash Down direct from the factory to and re or bankrupt sales ave been approved by division administrator h. O. King of Era in Harge of the retail code. The rulings Tere made by Deputy administrator Kenneth. Damerson at the request of the code authority for the Industry. Claims of no Down payment Are absolutely prohibited unless there is actually no payment of any kind whatsoever required at time of Purchase whether As Deposit inter st delivery or other charge. The ther two claims Are barred from advertising unless it is clearly indicated hey Are intended to apply to Allmer Randise either described or illustrate d in the and or to that in a Coin plete y segregated part of the and. The re ail code already contains provisions against the use of false or misleading advertising and the rulings reassert his principle. Named defendant in civil action Harry m. Ruff jr., of High Rock is named defendant in an action for civil damages which Nora p. Hoff Man widow of w. Oscar Hoffman formerly of red lion has instituted in the York county courts. The action is based on the fatal crash of a truck owned by Ruff and operated by Charles Ruff with the Auto operated by the claimants husband on nov. 17th, 1933, on the Roadway Between red lion and Dallastown and which resulted in the death of Hoffman. Notice kindly observe that i will not hold office hours on thursday afternoon and evenings except by special appointment. Sunday by appointment. Or. H. S. Allen 5-24-2t Delta a. The Rehoboth choir of Delta under the efficient leadership of Owen e. Lewis rendered an excellent program at the 224th anniversary of the found ing of pen Cader presbyterian Church Glasgow del., on last sunday. This Church was organized in the year 1704, and the building was erected seven years later. It was established by the Rev. Thomas Evans and other emigrants from Wales. Rehoboth choir assisted by vocalists from Philadelphia Wilmington and Baltimore rendered a program that was a credit to Delta and Many congratulations were bests wed upon it for its harmonious and inspiring rendition of the numbers presented. The Rev. Owen r. Williams m. A., Philadelphia ably filled the place of the Rev. Or. John Hammond who was called to attend the general As Sembly of the presbyterian Church in session at Cleveland Ohio. After the rendition of the Welsh and English hymn by the choir the Rev. O. R. Williams read the 87th psalm and the Rev. William Davies m. A. Pastor of Little Brit Tain Church led in an invocation that was both appealing and effective. Next came the words guide me o thou great to the tune Bryn Griffith Roberts or Philadelphia rendered a Solo entitled the lord is my or. Roberts needs no introduction As a soloist As his name is famous among the Welsh singers of the Day. Samuel j. Gard read a Brief Bio graphical sketch of the life of the Rev. Or. Samuel Davies who was born and nurtured in this famous Church. Or. Davies United with the Church at the Early age of twelve years. His Early Christian discipline and training were of the very Best. He was blessed with a devout father and Mother who fully relied upon the god of Abraham Isoac and Jacob As their sole source of Comfort and Joy. He entered the Christian ministry at the age of 21, and at 35 years of age he was called to the presidency of what was then known As Princeton College where he served for three years. His death occurred in february 1761. He was the successor to the noted theologian and divine or. Jonathan Edwards and by a strange coincidence the bodies of those two great men and former presidents of Princeton lie Side by Side in the cemetery at that place. On the conclusion of this Brief biography the choir appropriately Ren dered the famous hymn composed by or. Davies great god of wonder and of the Rev. O. R. Williams delivered the principal address of the after noon and based his remarks on psalms his discourse was pro found and inspiring and stressed the great commission of the Church to the world in the depressing times through which we Are passing. He also emphasized Christ s statement to Peter thou Art Peter or Rock and upon this Rock will i build my following this address the choir rendered Jesus Lover of my in Welsh and English. The afternoon service ter Conti Mied on. Page 4 Kuiee Ceuta us. Wenj ireae .mlme.y, ii ecu. To about one american Penny at a Usu Wui. Milci Ary classes Are in full swing. That ent Exchange will buy enough nursing her Bambino As she soy Beans to make ten bowls of did t know a single charac bean milk undiluted with Rice when she came her baby on her the addition of Calcium Chloride a week ago. She drilled eagerly sugar makes it an excellent food feverishly the first two eve babies and the taste is almost but not a character could one Ting Shable from cow s the third night she was in everyone gathers around the then her mind like a door hand Mill taking turns at open for the first time and pouring the Beans through the whole first lesson almost Mill while Frothy White milk once. She could recognize ten out into a . Below ready for now it is easier every evening ing. Inexpensive and splendid As there is the Ligpit of Victory on food is great is the Surprise face for she has conquered sixty the women at seeing it made at it is not Only Beautiful to for they have always considered a mind open up like a Flower too expensive to buy and none such a Case. I like to see her Char them has Ever made it unfolding too this is giving her Here s the doctor she has just self Confidence and a self respect rid from Soochow. It must be never owned before. For our daily free clinic. That old lady go she is with All sorts of ulcers unspeakably simply a and this is hideous with trachoma tubercular tical a the first Chance she has conditions skin diseases and other had to study. She has a Fine ailments line up for their turns. The 1 gobbled tin forty two characters pastor registers them and while they evening. She beat All the men at Are waiting gives them a Public health Golf last exp Nice. Too after talk and a Bible Story from posters hours and she s fond of deck Hung on the Wall. Playing with the Voung Folk even what on Earth is that Racket in the her feet Are bound. She is going Church of i know. It s my the thousand character ser hoodlums demanding their of the mass education primers. Dren s service. I must have next week Delta High gives diplomas to scouts attend Gettysburg affair Twenty three diplomas were was a big Day in the history of the boy scouts in Delta de Over to graduates of the attended the memorial Day sex High school at the forty second at the National cemetery in Nual commencement held in the fire j Gettysburg and along with men s Hall on Friday night. The other scouts from the York excises were Beautiful and the area Council formed a cordon along the Road by which presi ates in their Caps and gowns Roosevelt entered. The scouts the affair an academic in Parade line at the Gettys the pupils faculty and members High school and marched to the the school Board entered As where the cordon school orchestra rendered the prof. Raymond e. Barnhart scout signal March the Rev. A. L. At Delta and an Eagle scout offered the invocation and after one of the guard of Honor which few announcements by the stationed about the Rostrum prof. A. H. Zimmerman the which the president spoke was scouts alone formed this group the commencement topic and Scouters attending from Hundred years of Public were William Sparks John in was the general Russell Williams Randall theme of All the graduating Benny Tobin Robert Macomber dresses. Joseph h. Johnston spoke Whiteford William j. Cowley the struggle for free Thomas Crawford Donald Dick Progress in education was Arthur heaps William Greer sed by miss Sara Anna Moore Harry Wilson Galbreath As k. Elinor Morris talked on scoutmaster Robert Galbreath Steps in and miss Raymond e. Barnhart e. Whiteford had for her troop committeeman William education for Fisher. Addresses were of an unusually attending and furnishing order and reflect great credit for the scouts were the speakers and the and mrs. William a. Sparks or the school glee club under the mrs. George b. Dick and son Section of mrs. Frock rendered Thomas Dick mrs. William vocal selections Carmina and Fisher and son Billy messes. W Miller s the school Cowley John Macomber and miss tra contributed its share and Whitaker. Johnston gave a Cornet Solo a fact a pit supper al Roi. .a., Outing Jan. U., 01 Luu University of Pennsylvania gave ladies of Highland Church commencement address and hold their annual supper on Fri diplomas were conferred by evening june 8, at the Church supper served at 6 o clock pendent Wilson of Natalie daughter of or. And mrs. Harold s. Butler is extremely ill with double pneumonia. Or. And mrs. S. O. Day of High land announce the birth of a Daugh ter on saturday. Or. And mrs. Hugh John Jones formerly of this place Are the proud parents of Hoy and a born on sunday. Mrs. Fulks who is ill at the Home of her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. P. E. Baker had the Fol lowing visitors on sunday or. And mrs. William Shaffer and children Margaret Sara and Jim of notting Ham mrs. W. W. Hughes of Phila Delphia or. And mrs. B. G. Fulks of York or. And mrs. Oliver Monroe and daughter Margaret and mrs. C. Monroe of Baltimore. William Morris Chicago 111., visited his sister miss Margaret Morris main Street on sunday for the first time in six years. Miss Nellie Lytle has returned to Atlantic City after spending a week with her parents or. And mrs. Charles Lytle. George Botts moved on monday from. E. E. Pyle s House to Charles Rampley s House in Cardiff. Miss Hilda Kilt Man and d. O. Mccleary spent sunday with or. And mrs. George Tredway. Mrs. M. S. Macomber is spending Severn a Days in Baltimore with her Ron Webster who is a patient in the children s Home Hospital. Or. And mrs. H. A. Poff and Daugh ter Mary visited or. And mrs. Frank Burns and or. And mrs. Henry Lett on sunday. Or. And mrs. Winfield heaps spent Highland leads pen mar league standing of clubs w 2 1 1 Fawn Grove 0 Highland Jarrettsville Taylor l 0 1 1 2 pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .000 Highland undefeated Highland won the undisputed leadership in the pen mar league last saturday by defeating Jarrettsville on Jarrettsville s grounds with a 11 to 6 score. Mason Wilson pitching for Highland held the heavy hitting Jarrettsville boys to seven hits while his team mates gathered nine off of Kinhart. Laird and Bob Morris led in hitting for Highland the latter get Ting a triple double and a single while the former got two doubles. The teams Are using All local Tal ent this year As they Are limited to six Miles therefore the games should be More interesting. In the set to Between Taylor and Fawn Grove last saturday the for Mer took the Lead by a margin of one Point the score standing Taylor 7 Fawn Grove 6. Games saturday Taylor is. Highland at Whiteford. Fawn Grove is. Jarrettsville at Jarrettsville. Saturday s score Highland a h r k. Morris 2b 5 0 o h. Dooley ss.5 1 1 r. Morris of 6 3 1 m. Wilson p .4 1 2 j. Wilson of 4 0 2 h. Laird 3b 4 2 2 t. Fender if 5 o 0 e. Hauver c 1 0 2 w. Galbreath in .4 2 1 total 38 9 11 Jarrettsville a h r p. Shelton 3b 4 1 2 j. Roberts 2b.4 1 1 l. Jacobs in. 3 1 1 h. Waiters of 3 2 1 t. Shelton is 4 1 0 h. Quesenbury rf.5 0 0 a. Buecker c 5 1 0 j. Blaney if 4 0 0 w Kinhart p 4 0 1 total 36 7 6 Delta Whiteford games baseball is so inherently a part of monday with their son in Law and of the youngsters of daughter or. And mrs. Frances in Delta and that they staged i Cluj a game that ran through twelve in or. And mrs. W. Harry Galbreath a jugs on Diamond last and or. And mrs. Harvie l. Stubbs saturday afternoon. Whiteford was spent memorial Day with the form to sex has but and will or s miss Marian Galbriath throws on the Parl of their Oppon. Red Bank. N. Ends them the in a 30 or. And mrs. John t. Butler and to g score kohlbu3 Good daughters Mildred and Lillian or. For and de inc Huling. With a and mrs. Harry Butler and children Virginia Lee George and Anna Marie spent sunday with relatives in Ches ter. Triple double single and a walk while b. Williams was second with a triple double and two walks. Tobin got four Val los. Thomas Argust and son Donald of Tho players were As follows dclt3i Jersey City n. J., were saturday vis Tobin of b Williams 2b Koh Buai tors at the Home of or. And mrs William t. Brown. Clarence Galbreath of Brandywine Summit spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. W. H. Galbreath. Allen Reynolds and son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Al Len Reynolds jr., of Gainesville fla., called on or. And mrs. Richard res Cardiff and or. And mrs. Hubert p. Harkins Delta last week. Or. And mrs. William Gilmour of Ventnor City n. J., arc spending the week at the Home of the latter s parents or. And mrs. Charles Lytic. Everett Jarvis of Tariff w. V.i., is spending some time at the Homo of or. And mrs. James a. Fulton Delta r. D., on account of the illness of his daughter miss Beulah Jarvis who is now a patient at the York Hospital. Or. And mrs. Frank Stile and Chil Dren Thclma and Frank or. And or. And mrs. Wilbur Stile of Harrisburg were guests of or. And mrs. Frank Wente Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Howard poor of York Are leaving on june 4 for a vacation trip to the Middle West. They will return on june 15. Or. And mrs. Hugh j. Evans or. And mrs. Thomas Bradley and mrs. Richard Rees motored to Pittsburgh and spent the week end with the for Mer s son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Clifford Jackson and mrs. Continued on Page four i a Wickes is Hickey 3b w. Wil Liams 3b heaps if Flahart a Jones of. Whiteford Atkins of Rob Inson 2b Ford a Battless Brooks in Junior 3b Lloyd a Hamilton of. Surv of Cia b to mei7t the regular meeting of the social service club will be held at the Home of mesdames James Mackinson jr., and Brooke Snodgrass on Friday eve Ning june 1. A full attendance is re quest . Memorial service at round Hill sunday Tho annual memorial service of the Hopewell presbyterian Church near Cross roads will be held on sunday evening at 6 o clock in tile round Hill cemetery. Participating in the service will be Rev. Tolbert d. Hewlett of the Stewartstown presbyterian Church Rev. Charles a. Mcconaughy of the Hopewell v. P. Church and Rev. Benjamin Shaw of the Hopewell presbyterian Church Richard Shaull and an orchestra under the leadership of prof. Charles n. Gates of red lion. Newspaper newspaper
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