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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - November 2, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaA Delta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland 00 our part vol. La. No. 44 Rev. Hammond to preach in new York Rev. John Hammond pastor of Rehoboth presbyterian Church motored from Scranton last tuesday in order to conduct the memorial service of the late Evan Roberts on wednesday. Last sunday or. Hammond filled the pulpit of the Salem Presby Terian Church Slatington where he was greeted by Large congregations he supplied the pulpit because the Church is without a pastor. He will Supply also next sunday the Welsh presbyterian Church new York whose pastor Rev. E. I. Williams has resigned in order to serve a presbyterian Church in new zealand. Other local happenings of interest miss Susan Dougherty and Friend of Boston mass., called on miss Celia Dougherty one Day last week. Dexta York county pa., thursday november 2, 1933 Forest Hill or. And mrs. James swam and sons Roy and Rodney were supper guests of or. And mrs. James Fristoe on tuesday. The Epworth league of Centre m. E. Church held a social in the w. C. T. U. Hall on monday night. The Junior class of the Bel air High school held their class party on monday night. Quite a number from Here attended. Mrs. Upton Standford of Baltimore is visiting with or. And mrs. Frank Foard. Or. And mrs. W. T. Scarborough miss Elsie Tucker and or. And mrs. James Fristoe motored to Philadel phia on sunday stopping at Cheyney to visit Mif. And mrs. George Taylor. Miss Elizabeth Foard of Fallston visited with mrs. James Fristoe Sev eral Days last week. J. P. Gilbert and Bertram Watters had a very close Call on tuesday of this week when a taxi cab struck his car and upset it on a Street in bal miss Letitia Kent returned to her i timbre fortunately no one was Hurt Home last week after spending a few but All got a Good scare. Weeks with her aunt mrs. Alice Kent or and mrs re Graf ton enter and mrs. Maude Kent of five Forks tanned at Tea on sunday evening Rev. Also mrs. Roy Lowe of Jarrett Vule. I and mrs q e. Ely and or. And mrs. Club to present play the cat came Back the social service club will present a three act farce at the firemen s Hall on thursday evening november sixteenth. Curtain at eight o clock. The characters include Gerald Gardner the Groom Tim Gallagher the Groom s Friend Tanaka the Jap anese Butler from next door mrs. Bridget Maloney the House keeper future Farmers of Fawn Grove win Valley school notes or. And mrs. Garrison Workman spent monday night with his parents or. And mrs. Walter Workman i or. And mrs. Byron p. Hughes Milton Brown a member of the spent sunday with or. And mrs. A. C. Future Farmers organization of Fawn township High school has the Honor of being placed on the Pennsylvania judging team for the National judging contest at the american Royal live Stock show in Kansas City two years in succession. Milton who won Sec Ond place As High individual came within three Points of the Winner. Mrs. A. J. Matson is spending the Winter with her daughter. Mrs. Ruth Mccrabb Holtwood. Miss Gertrude Orr entertained Over the week end miss Kathryn Karr and Charles Clineburg of York. Miss Margaret Pennington a stud ent at solder College Wilmington del., spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. C. A penning ton. Mrs. Luther Williams and son car Roll spent monday in York. Recent York visitors were mrs. H. M Sidwell and children Proctor William and Mary Louise and mrs. Mary Proctor. Miss Allie Seattle spent the week end with or and mrs. Amos of Lively Lancaster. Mrs. William Tweedle returned re turned1 from a visit in Coatesville and Philadelphia. ___mr., and t. Gailey have re turned from a visit with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs Robert Bosworth Palmerton. Mrs. Jacob Yerkes recently returned from a visit with her son and Daugh Ter in Law. mrs. Leslie yer a. J. Vansant. Misses Ariel and Ella Foard enter aimed a number of their friends at a masquerade party last Friday night. Mrs. Leroy Scarff and Stewart Lowe still continue on the sick list. The l. T. L. Had a masquerade party on saturday night at the w. Miss Elizabeth Black spent the with her parents or. And mrs. B. H. Black. Kes Baltimore. Or. And mrs. A. C. Mobley and Leona Gardner the Bride mrs. Le-1 Clifton Matson of the same Organiza Tetia Peters the Bride s Mother Peter tips won second place in farm me Peters the Bride s father Lily the Hanics. He was also within three maid Doris Kelly the substitute j Points of the Winner. Bride Alonzo Jackson a Friend of the Groom Billy Scanlon a grocer s boy mrs. Oberkamp the next door neigh Bor. The cast includes Ruth Thomas. Mrs. William Fisher mrs. Albert Peele Mildred Snodgrass mrs. Clin ton Johnson mrs. Brooke Snodgrass. Elizabeth Ailes mrs. J. Calvin Mur Phy Verba Snodgrass Mabel Ailes Nellie Fantom and Marie Dinsmore. The charts for reserved seat tickets will open at Ollie s restaurant and e. P. Mitzel s store on november West Bangor juniors meet with w. T. Morris and daughter Elinor spent the week end in Baltimore the guests of miss Mary h. Williams. Miss Helen Hickey spent an even ing last week with her schoolmate miss Margaret d. Miller. Mrs. James Barbour of Chanceford i besides the individual honors the Fawn chapter has won in Money As prizes at the county fairs. This Money will be used to Purchase equip ment to make permanent improve ments to the school property and educational trips. The chapter has already decided to Advance to Ward the Purchase of a mimeograph machine for the school. The different chapters supervised by prof. Charles d. Carey have been holding initiation meetings the first one being held by the Fawn chapter when nine new members were admitted As follows Vernon Morris Charles Shrodes David Street Clifton Matson Herbert Wise Everett Vanhart Dun can Ramsay Clyde Campbell and Kenneth Zimmerman. J the officers of the Fawn chapter Are president Howard Brown vice president Gilpin Cooke Secretary. Lloyd Mcclure treasurer Latimer Zeigler reporter Dorryl Myers. Mobley. Or. And mrs. Edward Smyser re turned to their Cabin at peach Bottom after visiting in York. R. A. Handley of Covington ky., s visiting his parents or. And mrs. H. J. Handley of slate Hill. Halloween party the eighth Grade of Valley school Eacher mrs. C. H. Rightmire held a halloween party at her Home on thursday evening. October 26. The evening was spent in playing games after which All participated in a Weiner roast. Those present were or. And mrs. H. J. Handley or. And mrs. H. H. Yelton or. And mrs. Pylesville is spending some time at the Home of 1 Morgan p and or. And mrs. Sherman the regular meeting of the Junior t. Miss Rachel Whit Ford we Are sorry to report that our at society of Slateville Church was held former storekeeper William j. Thoin at the Home of Jackie Dorgan on now a resident of Eddystone it c-4-ff-Ilj-Ra -vj3 it Tel a Friday evening. The meeting was has suffered a stroke of paralysis. Opened by singing Bright in the i his Many friends in this Section Hope Corner you that he May soon regain his health. Mrs. Annie c. And Ellen a. Wil-1 Heaton. And Harry he Home o or. And mrs. Collins in Baltimore or. And mrs. John Walt Meyer and daughters. Cora Leona. Ruth and Maud and son Alton spent sunday of mrs. Charle by Louise Liams of Ludwig visited mrs. Lansing or. And mrs. B. Frank Howard or. And mrs. Howard Baldwin of Tober 31. York county gets 14.74 Miles of improved roads Samuel s. Lewis Secretary of High ways announces that construction has been started on the improvement of 14.74 Miles of Road in Rural York county. Labor for these Road improvements is being supplied by the York county emergency Relief com Mittee. Sections of Rural Road in York county on which work has been started include 1.46 Miles in peach Bottom town ship extending from the Mason Dix on line by Way of slate Hill to a Point East of West Bangor. This Sec Tion will Complete the hard surfacing from the Maryland line by Way of slate Hill to Delta. Miles leading from the Ross Byron or. And mrs. Oliver Road near the june Scarborough mrs. C. H. Rightmire j of Warrington Carroll and Mon mrs. Garrison Workman misses mar Garet and Anna Enfield Elizabeth Griffith Catherine and Margaret Lay Edith Stewart Anna Mary Dorothy and Margaret Henry Edna Maglaughlin Ruth Spidle Belva Wilson Vir Ginia Snodgrass Ruth Jane Anna and Elizabeth Ailes Ida May and Elizabeth Ayres Edith Ruth and Eva Robinson Helen Doyle Esther Krick Dorothy Hughes Etta Louise and aghan townships northwesterly to Ward Dillsburg by Way of Uno. 2.01 Miles in lower Windsor town ship affording a connection Between the East Prospect Wrightsville Road at Gilbert s Corner and the York East Prospect Road at Cana Dochy 1 5 mile in Newberry and fail View townships closing the Gap in the Road leading from Goldsboro to the sus Olive Tarbert Martha Sherman Yel que Baima Trail South of the Frog ton. Messes. Griffith Griffith Ramsay i town Road intersection. Cooper Donald Robert and Milton Johnson Paul and Keith Robinson Robert and Albert Ayres Ralph Stewart Julian Rightmire Edward Wiley Samuel Ward Howard White Ford Randall Maglaughlin and Law rence Burk. District churches hold conference at Chanceford the nineteenth annual District missionary conference of Pine Grove slate and Slateville presbyterian churches was held at Chanceford Church on tuesday of 1.07 Miles extending northwesterly from red lion to East Yoe. This Section will relieve traffic now carried a. The York red lion Road. Miles in Franklin township extending from the Adams county line northeasterly to connect with the improved Road leading to Clear Spring. 1.44 Miles on the Road from it. Royal to Erney in Dover and Cone Wago townships affording a Complete hard surfaced Highway from it. Royal to Lewisberry. .87 mile in Warrington township extending from the Dover Dillsburg read near straight Hill northwesterly toward the Wellsville Lewisberry Road. .8 mile in Windsor township extending from the Prospect Road to intersection with the daughter Margaret spent wednesday afternoon in Havre de Grace my. Mrs. Mary Lacrone and mrs. Wil Liam Fisher spent tuesday with or and mrs. Lyle Hess. Mrs. Mary Donohue who has been in. West Grove for several months is now spending some time in Delta. Miss Rose Galbreath has returned from a two week s visit with friends in new Jersey. Or. And mrs. L. G. Robinson and sons Bobby and of York spent sunday with mrs. Mary Lonergan and miss Celia Dougherty. Miss Cornelia Stubbs has returned after spending several weeks with friends in new Jersey. F. W. Ramsay is spending some time with his brother the Rev. Clar ence Ramsay this place mrs. Mary Wallace returned to her Home on sunday after spending a week with or. And mrs. David Wal lace of Hopewell township. Or. And mrs. Carl Snyder and fam ily have moved into mrs. A. J. Mat son s House for the Winter. Mrs. S. A. Mckinley and mrs. W. R. Mckinley spent wednesday after noon with mrs. N. C. Dinsmore. Or. And mrs. Charles Mclaughlin red lion or. And mrs. Jacob Ruff or. And mrs. Albert Ruff and mrs. Continued on Page three sentence prayers hymn a Story on Jones scripture Reading reports by Miller on sunday. The opening and devotional exer Highway recently improved from the Dorothy Roberts hymn take time tended the funeral of Evan w. Rob of or. And mrs. John h. Baldwin c1scs at the morning session were in Lincoln Highway West of Stony charge of mrs. Walter Kinsey Cal j Brook toward the East Prospect York spent i very Church York the address of j 1 51 Miles on the Gumtree Road Welcome was delivered by mrs. Nettie Chanceford township which will be Anderson Chanceford followed by a the connecting link on sections i Irmis Howard Proctor faced in the last two years afford Icv Phil Morton Bobby Bradley Dorothy j Vir. Davies mrs. Cassie Jones and Melvin Scitz. Who has been on the i Bliss Pauline Ramsay another connection Between the Yirk Roberts Alma Morton. Johnnie har mrs. David Chappell. The Secretary and treasurer Story i the following from a distance at j York spent last sunday at the Home j or. And j of this place. Miss Goldia Krout of refreshments were served to the Fol and mrs. Major Sampler or. And the week end at the to o or her lowing mrs. B. W. Jones. Mrs. John mrs. William Jones or. And mrs. Parents or. And mrs. Clarence Krout Dorgan Louise Jones Jackie Dorgan Hickman Jones Maldwyn Chappell of near Here. Benediction. Games were erts or. And mrs. A Field Roberts played after the business meeting. Or and mrs. Gwilyn Humphries or. Kins and Billy Fisher. The next i death entered our midst this week proved at this writing meeting will be held at the Home of i Zotik Jodie toll. On monday Elwood Mason of Pocomoke City Johnnie Harkins. The Leader will be Roberts passed away and on spent the week end at the Home of tuesday Samuel Tarbert. Both will j mrs. Maud Kent of near Here. Be greatly missed not Only in the or. And mrs. Elmer Baldwin and Home Circle but by a Host of friends. Sons Charles Earl and George All we extend our sympathy to both of Kennett Square spent last sunday sick list for some time is much in

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