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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - November 9, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland part vol. La. No. 45 Community fair to be held at Highland High the fifth annual school and Community fair will be held thursday j november 23, at the Highland High school Street my under the auspices of the Highland chapter future Farmers of America in cooperation with the various departments of the school boys and girls 4h clubs Community club. Grange and Extension service. There will be classes for vegetables fruits nuts Honey Corn threshed grains an kinds of poultry Pheas ants rabbits quilts Home canned goods hand made rugs House plants household Art including drawn work embroidery applique sewing knitting crocheting and hand painting. Ten Silver trophies will be awarded for sweepstakes exhibits in the Var ious class groups. The fair is open to All residents of Harford county. There Are no in trance or admission fees. The committee in charge will appreciate All non perishable exhibits being delivered at the school on wednesday november 22. All exhibits must be received by 9 nine a. M. On thursday. Official judging of products will Start at 10 a. M contests will be staged from 10 a. M. To 12 m. In Corn judging Poul try judging log chopping Nail driving. Recognition of Forest Trees by leaves and Wood samples recognition erf shrubs perennials Etc. For which suitable prizes including axe Hatchet Hammer bulbs Etc., will be Given. The regular school except vocational departments will be in session until 2 p m. Affording those inter ested an Opportunity to learn what goes on inside of class rooms. The Home economics department will serve a cafeteria lunch from 12 m. To p. M. Ajet Canaon. From 2 p. A to p. M. At which time winners of various trophies will be announced. Soccer Ball game Between school team and alumni at All exhibits released at p. M. Delta York county pa., thursday november established District attorney How they voted on tuesday in nearby districts Home economics class meets at slate Hill Pomona Grange to meet at Slateville i o c p 3 e. Walter i. Anderson successful candidate for District attorney fire company elects new officers 208 146 231 94 195 101 34 117 52 83 i 37 227 220 235 181 211 190 i District attorney i Ralph f Fisher Walter i. County controller i we. H. Menges h. O. Ruby recorder of deeds John w. Young Howard m. Rosebaugh director of the poor four year term b. Frank Gilbert 188 43 205 l. A. Kaltrider 100 77. 199 director of the poor two year term Charles Smith 162 34, 134 Hiram Blacklock 157 88 292 jury commissioner Elmer e. Houseman 201 48 202 Howard e. Klinedinst 103 81 200 o 1 ii 120 125 154 77 116 86 101 114 54 182 134 87 the slate Hill Home economics held their regular meeting at the Home of mrs. Thorle Cooper on York county Pomona no 40, p. Tuesday evening november 7. The of h. Will be entertained by peach teacher. Miss Helen Mathies Demon Bottom Grange no. 1711 in Slateville 1 slated bread making with both local sunday school room saturday no and Western flour. Vember 11. The Ait Moon session those present Yvere mesdames beginning at 2 p. M is open to the Walter Carico n. B. Cooper Howard Public and All Are cordially invited b 3 70 105 154 155 76 167 25 248 88 158 Jenkins Chester Mclaughln Walton Cooper Charles Stewart Samuel Stewart Randall Morris t. F. Cooper Evan Cooper Walter Wilhelm Steven Dooper j. S. Lee. Ellen Gentry h. J. Handley. Clyde Hickey Thomas mor Lewis Scarborough misses Helen Mathies and Carrie Mclaughl mrs. Walton Cooper on november 21 at which time different types of Bis uits and muffins of Plain and whole wheat flour will be demonstrated. Vote by local districts on state amendments a o the regular monthly meeting of the Delta Cardiff fire company was held at the fire company Hall on monday evening november 6. The purpose of this meeting was to nominate new officers for the ensuing year. Those nominated were presi Dent r l. Roberts vice president t. H. Wheeler Secretary Robert Galbreath treasurer j. Curtis John son fire chief h. P Harkins. Aare cordially invited to come and enjoy the Day. Q amendments o p 3 o. O s it o 5 yes no yes no yes no no yes no yes no to. 1. State appropriation to Blind 65 33 22 18 59 68 52 41 26 no.3. A sements for Highway improvements 29 52 11 21 30 77 15 no. 3. Investment of Trust funds 31 40 8 18 26 80 17 65 60 14 35 17 32 other happen mess of interest no. 4. Soldiers Bonus payments 54 60 22 25 25 91 s9 53 20 34 no. 5. Abolition of tax qualifications Ioc voting 33 43 5 22 30 74 17 68 no. 6. Increase in borrowing capacity to counties 18 44 3 23 17 88 12 64 10 no. 7. Elimination of Long anal Short haul clause 36 23 2 15 25 70 20 60 15 no. 8 Bond issues for state expenses 1938-85 114 37 53 14 110 64 109 33 83 25 37 35 30 Harold Mobley Bryansville is a no. 9. Or patient in the York it Hospital where he underwent a serious operation for Appen Cicitta recently. Ass condition or. And mrs. Brooke Snodgrass Glenwood spent the week end visit ing friends in Washington d. C. Rev h. C. Ramsay who has been on the sick list for sometime re font med on rage -3 25 in 7.906 20 43 10 20 25 74 11 no. 10. Excess condemnation Tot interstate Bridge and Tunnel approaches _. _. No. I. The greater Pittsburgh plan t2. Toll Bridge Bond Issue 64 16 29 -16 23 19 79 22 65 37 22 31 38 shaday sports 115 220 26 116 77 319 25 221 50 199 Jue Feal of tiie 18th amendment 129 171 22 115 122 237 34 197 78 154 23.582 20 607 Forest Hill or and mrs. Harlan Pyle rejoicing Rover the birth of a Sod. Irn on wednesday november 1. Walter a Jnavia has been on the tick list. Or. And mrs. Charles Stoa i and Eon Ralph of Baltimore were Sun Day Goi ests of or. And mis. Scarff. Mrs. Scarff who teen quite is Imp Joving. Mrs. M. C. Osborne who Lias been in the in Hospital is Home and improving nicely. The Bible class of Centre m. E. Sunday school will Hom its monthly social in the w. C. T u Hall Friday evening november 10 a Good crowd is desired. Or. And mrs. Clyde Greene celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary on wednesday of last week. Ladies society of m. A Church meets the ladies auxiliary of the Delta m a Church met at the Home of mrs. John Judd on thursday afternoon. Isis Cellaneous Shower coven or mrs. Mcdermott miss Anna Jones acted yes chairman pro Tern in the absence of the presi Dent vice president devotional exercises were conducted by mrs. Henry Eles. The Secretary s report was Given by mrs. S. J. Wilson and the treasurer s report by mrs Atta Hughes. The business meeting Closel mrs. Frank h. Grove mrs. Sonny reheard. John Shanberger Charies Fulton. Mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs Alta Hughes mrs. Irene cant Marshall Torbert Samuel Torbert. Emory Lowe mrs. O. H. Heaps Ler mrs. Francis Jones mrs. Edna Samuel Wilson Ross Burkins Persh i Misc Ritchie Selfe mrs. J. T. Grove Lauffer mrs. J. C. Crawford mrs. Ling Jones Benjamin Wright Michael and miss Gallie Bay. Henry Ellis mrs. William Pearce misses Anna Jones Cassandra Jones and Doretha Cantier. Westminster Guild meets with Ethel Hughes miss Ethel Hughes was hostess to the Westminster Guild of slate Ridge Church on saturday afternoon. The Leader was miss Dorothy Kilgore. A very interesting informal talk was Given by miss Pauline Ramsay daughter of the Rev. H. C. Ramsay Delta. Those attending were misses Alice Wheeler. Beryl Wyman Pauline Ramsay Dorothy Stokes Dorothy Kilgore Margaret Stokes Anita heaps and Ethol Hughes. Burk James Wright Edwin Wise Milton Wise Robert Grove Gerald Grove Arthur burkes. Marshall Burkins and Junior Snyder. M. P. Society to present Chintz cottage nov. 10 vote in Delta Borough Foh local officers judge o. C Jones 228 w. H. Snodgrass. 124 inspector w. E. Williams 207 Walter Baker 136 chief Burgess c. W. Thompson rep. 223 c. W. Thompson dem. 104 assessor h. Marvin Findley 261 John h. Wheeler 99 tax collector Ida e. Two Idle 223 Clara m. Galbreath 124 councilmen j. C. Murphy 236 John w. Evans. 196 Harry w. Butler. 206 school directors Harvie l. Stubbs 238 w. J. Cowley 171 auditor a. G. Dunlap 219 Robert Galbreath 124 a three act play entitled Chintz will be Given by the Chris Tian Endeavor society of the Delta m. P. Church in the basement of slate Ridge Church on Friday even ing. November 10, at 8 o clock for the Benefit of the Mary Hyde society. The cast of characters include miss Margaret Williams the maid miss Alma Macomber mrs. Orville Chr Harris Perkins miss til mrs. C. O. Brown or. Howard Harvey mrs. Mrs Harris Perkins. This same play was Given in the sunday school room of the m. P. Church on Friday evening november 3, and was a great Success. The admission is Only 25 cents so if you want a Good laugh come to slate Ridge on Friday evening and spend your Charlotte Pennington. Helen Samsell and Ann heaps. Macomber y. P. B. Members enjoy Straw ride members and friends of the y. P. I t Bryansville friends give Shower b. Enjoyed a Straw ride to Glenwood Uherc they were the guests of Vir Ginia and Mildred Snodgrass on thursday evening november 2. The meeting was in charge of the vice president Hyde Dooley. The minutes were read by the Secretary Mildred Snodgrass and were approved. Devotions were in charge of Hyde Doo Ley. A Reading entitled a struggle for life was Given by mrs Dooley Geho sobe Proctor read an article in a Kitchen Shower was held at t be Home of or. And mrs. Charles Bair in Honor of miss Margaret Mccallister and Thomas Miller who Are to be married in the near future Many useful gifts were received. Refresh ments were served to the following or. And mrs. Frank Webb or. And mrs. Joel Swagert or. And mrs. Lewis Ruff or. And mrs Henry Mobley or. And mrs. Arthur Bair or and mrs a. N. Bair or. And mrs i. N Ruff or. And mrs Orville Stein or. And mrs. Earl Starn or. Titled she did not jokes and mrs Evan and children by Louise Mckoley concluded the Gene and or. Mrs Mcl program. Those present were mrs Vin Krow and children aul and Malford Dooley mrs. D. D Snow Ruth or and mr3 grass misses Emily Proctor children Harry. Elma Clifton. Stauffer Eleanor stauffer Darcy Mckee Pauline Clark Edith Draper Marie Harvey Louise Mckinley Mary Charles and Mary or and mrs. James Miller and daughter Marie or. And mrs. Granville Moo Allister Elizabeth Atkins Geho sobe Proctor i and children John Elizabeth or. Helen Rowan Mary Elizabeth Dunlap and mrs Edgar Chandlee and child Elizabeth Ayres. Ruth Henry Ruth Ren Dorol by and George or and Spidle Belva Wilson Mary Gladysi mrs. Charles Bair and daughter. Sara Rrt to to vent o i in a i 11 n t 7vf Jones Virginia and Mildred Snow mrs. Bertha Mclaughlin i irs Cora grass messes. Charles Mack son Myers and daughter Erna. Mrs Harold Lloyd Price Scott Wilson Bernard mrs Clair Kreidler. Local citizens still working on new Bank local citizens have not yet Given up the fight of organizing a new Bank for Delta and Vicinity. On monday a delegation of about thirty five went to Washington to get some More in formation about their plans. Com plete plans Are not ready for publication at this time but we can say that this committee feels that a new the regular meeting of the social Bank will be an absolute certainty within the next few weeks watch those columns for further reports during the coming weeks. Galbreath Albert arcs Hyde Dooley Paul Noerr Roy Ayres Wilmer cant Ier. William Arthur heaps Edward Sliver Wilson Atkins. Mason and Harold Williams Charles Johnston Junior Scarborough Bill Proctor Don Ald Dick Joe Robinson Bobby Macomber blame Williams Benny Tobin Billy Cowley. Frank Scotten and Marvin Jones. Social service club mrs. Josephine Mccallister and child Ren Margaret Cora Whitmer and Edward mrs Herbert album and daughter Betty Ann mrs Luella Mil Ler misses Bertha Wise. Laura bos Well Eva Nora Wise May Orwigg messes. James Ruff Thomas Miller Samuel Snyder. Robert Wicks. Frank Wickes Edward Boswell James Ful ton Vincent and Martin Broderick Francis Casey Leonard Bair William Craig and Samuel Whiteford. Christmas Bazaar service club will be hold at the Home have Christmas Bazaar any ji1. O. U. A. M. Meeting of miss Nellie Fantom on Friday on to make entries have evening november 10. All the m in on or by lord Fri Lay Decem i Are urged to be present As an Clef n 1 of officers will be held Lacroni co. Vote in peach Bottom township foil local officus Clifford Ailes the regular monthly meeting of the York and Adams county or o. J b p. Stubbs u. A. M. Will be held on saturday evening november 13, at o clock in Myers Hall. This will be a closed meeting. All juniors Are invited to attend. Assessor 203 i William g. Stewart. 250 3

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