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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaWe part vol. La. No. J6 the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern county Pennsylvania Northern Harford county Maryland Delta. York col qty. A. Thursday november 16, 1933 established i Fawn twp. High Valley school notes wins contest1 Delta boy Given society holds congressman Haines Speaks Tifft Rilatt 1 birthday party j j or mrs. Charles h. Glackin. I Lawrence Glackin sons Richard i play about face receives Charles Ignatius Glackin. Of or. mrs. Glenn Mclaughlin first honors Delta were guests of or. mrs. Entertained a number of their friends Daniel Stewart recently. Township vocational High school was j selected As the Best play submitted j miss Marian Robinson of Delta on wednesday evening in Honor of i their son Edwin who celebrated his i birthday anniversary. Those present mrs. Mary j. Mclaughln mrs from senior High schools in the play who recently had her tonsils re contest conducted by the York is Able to go around again. Bertha Mclaughln or. mrs. To tuberculosis society. Miss a m. I Lawrence Burk spent sunday of. Randall Mclaughlin or. mrs. To tuberculosis society. Miss a birthday Meetin j slate Ridge missionary held their f annual thank offering j birthday meeting on thursday after noon in the sunday school room of the Church. Mrs. M. S. Macomber president had charge of the meeting conducted the devotional exercises. A the program of the Day was Given seasons As follows at Pomona Grange meeting e. M. Kilgore lower Chanceford elected new master Spring has re mrs. A. H. Zimmerman easter Story mrs. J. M. Dooley quo Porter of new Park is the teacher. Ter noon with or. mrs. Arthur Frank h. Grove or. mrs Henry other plays winning recognition were Maglaughlin. I Mobley or. mrs Robert Fulton written by the red lion High school i mrs. Thomas Burk spent sunday i or. Mrs. J q. Anderson. Alice Platt of York Catholic High j afternoon with or. mrs. Randall or org a l v l Hin school Mildred Rosenfield of Morris. West York High school. Ten High j or. Mrs. C3inton Johnson or mrs. Edward g. Ruff or. J on match org n schools in the county submitted plays spent sunday afternoon at the Home mrs Lewis Ruff or. mrs. The immortal miss in the contest while a number were of a Jas Mother. Mrs. Eva Johnson. G l. Reever son Gordon. Or. Letitia Kent Solo mrs f w by turned in but not entered in the con Jfrancis Stewart his mrs Glenn Mclaughln misses Day test Mother spent the week with his Elinor Morris Hazel Ramsay Greta mrs ram by the eleventh Grade Over station phia spent sunday with or. irs. Oscar Barrett. Near Delta. Misses Ruth Dorothy Henry part of the Christmas Seal Sale. The just became familiar with the Edna Wise. Messers Edwin Mcl Atigh read a letter from a missionary. I John Orr gave a or. mrs. William Bennett heaps Donald Hickey ran spent the week with her Mother Dall Mclaughlin or Samuel mrs. Carr of Street my. Mrs. Stewart the Rev. A Hyde a Short talk on the month to in j sunday afternoon with or. Barncs Westerman Carroll Williams j in summer poem mrs. Evan Cooper family. Winterson Stubbs Wilmot Jones _ pupils in the school that Spring Ana j _ what As so rare As a Day in june this work has been followed up through climes during the past two years the contest was sponsored by a t county wide committee of High school i teachers of which miss Wilma Stem j of red lion was the chairman. The judges for the contest were mrs Arthur Fischer chairman mrs. John Dempwolf George r. Motter Henry b. Pownall of York mrs. Wil Liam Barrett of Wellsville. The play right comes to Light j written by miss Ruth Whiteford was a meeting held ii society Ralph Mclaughln. Smith Fulton f t v. I of june Impromptu talks were Given Bobble Mola Urshlin. N. 5 i by mrs. Stanley Amos. Miss Alice mrs. Rees mrs. R. C Thomson. Reading a missionary Oti Iek Happe nixes Birs. Kinsey a3st mrs. Submitted by Delta High received sided misses Ida Duphorne Louise b Dooley Nellie Fantom attended i Iti a football game Between Western mrs. Leroy Rigdon president pro Maryland Loyola last saturday. Al mrs. A. A. Bay. I j. T. Harry told a i september Story autumn poems Howard Proctor. Or a few Ibn Dorland Bell school mrs j. Talk on october mrs. 1 honorable mention in the contest of annual birthday Meetin Slateville missionary society toy students but not entered in the con a november 8. The meeting a is Home in test will probably be broadcast Over opened scripture Reading by work Early in december mrs b w Jones fou owed by prayer of m. Scripture Reading be a. Bower Reading Mak Clarence Galbriath. Of new Jar which was held at the Chapel on wed Cardiff is suffering with Scarlet fever j ing others thankful " mrs. C. C. Galejs november poem. Mrs. Scott history of thanksgivi s. J. Adams mrs. O. H. Erl _ a offered prayer for the missionaries of the Day. Winter. Mrs. Mary m. Myers read mrs. W. H. Twenty nine plays were submitted mrs. John Hammond. As is the parents various schools among which society s usual custom at their Airth were Delta. Fawn Grove red lion Day meeting tables were set repro Hanover Dillsburg. West York san tag the months of the year a mass is her nah Penn it. Rose Junior High dal program presented from each table. Parents m Virginia. Ing la town the York Catholic month of january was not rep or Rose a Bower has returned a Christmas Story poem on main at the afternoon session of the York county Pomona Grange. No. 40, patrons of husbandry which was held in the sunday school room of Slateville Church on saturday no vember 11, congressman Harry l. 1 Haines of red lion delivered an address on the work of National re covery being Ftp the Rcd by the Lustra. Or. Haines in his address said there Are three objectives to the Era putting men to work seeing that they receive a living Vage doing away with child labor. More has been accomplished in one Day in eliminating Chil j labor from our Industrial scheme in this country under the Era than any other country has i been Able to do in scores of years the congressman Sari. All the codes being adopted arc expected to set up fair business ethics eliminate unfair practices. Other numbers on the afternoon program were As follows devotional exercises in charge of or Robb red lion Grange Addi Ess of Welcome Charles a. Hawkins. Peach Bottom Day mrs. L. M. Brown. Fawn Grove safety on the Philip Kilgore peach Bot 1 j torn Reading armistice mrs. Jolt l. Morris of York will serve Arthur Jones Fawn Grove vocal As general chairman of the county duet. Mary Bob Brown Fawn wide Christmas Seal Sale according Grove talk planning the George e Stein red lion dialogue Dorothy congressman Harry l. Haines co. T. B. Society starts _ to announcement made trom the offi Janc Anna pcs of the York county tuberculosis Hughes Louise Tarbert Milton society. Mrs. A. F fix also of York Johnson Reed Norris All Mem will be co chairman there is of Valley school peach Bottom representative county committee. The proceeds of the Seal Sale finance the e. M. King orc new master at the evening session which by school. Year round programme of work car-1 Gan at 7 o clock e. M. Kilgore a ried on by the tuberculosis society j member of lower Chanceford Grange the Purchase of Christmas seals _1845 master for a Means contribution in support of the fight against said or. Morris in corned we re overseer a. A. Zeigler. Valley Grange no. 1360 lecturer Austin Rowan peach Bottom no. Resented. February was represented after spending Sori time at the Home was read by mrs. Edward menting on the Seal Sale. A con 1711 Steward Roy h Bupp Wash Forest Hill by mrs. Marshall Scarborough who of or Krs. John Shanberger j Wilson Impromptu talks on Winter Tributino buys Protection for the Well i in ton no. 1949 assistant Steward read a number of rules from Wash at Bridgeton. I. provides care for those who Durham lower Chanceford in ton s scrap Book an article or. D. C Posey. Christiana. A. J in with the the society Caplam Jerome film Bbaugh red entitled thankful for mrs b. F. Posey of York visited mrs Marv else mrs maintains free clinic service for those on treasurer. George e. Stem Chester Mclaughln represented the their sister mrs. H m. Brooks who h heaps mrs Walter who Are ill in caring for them Heel lion Secretary Lloyd b. Wilt master Harold Harkins was the March table. She gave a Reading has been ill. I Jenkins mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. Week guest of his cousins Mas entitled March a a or mrs James l. Heaps of Elizabeth Bennington singing Down the danger of infection Valley Grange gatekeeper. C. C. further spread of the disease. Gassy my Eureka Ceres Pauline ter Wallace Leland Harkins. Reading on the characteristics Tal Philadelphia were week guests of closing with prayer James Bartow who has been on the ends of people bom in april was or mfg Wuu am t Crown sick list for some time is not so by mrs Walter Carico in or org a Howard Stubbs Well at this time. Charge of the april table. Mrs. V g. Are visiting their son daughter those attending were the Rev. A. L. Mrs. James swam entertained at Stubbs had charge of the May table in Law. Or. mrs. Walter Stubbs Hyde mrs John Orr mrs Walter dinner last thursday mrs. R. E read a poem entitled love to , also the Rev. mrs. Stewart mrs. R. A. Stewart. Mrs. Grafton mrs. J. R. Thompson mrs. W. J. Cowley l. Mccormick Philadelphia. Frank Grove mrs. Stanley Amos the Bible class social held on of the june table read just folks misses Louise Robinson Belva mrs. Richard Rees. Mrs. John wheel Friday night at the w c. T. U. Hall by Edgar a. Guest. July table mrs j Hughes students at Western Mary was Well attended much enjoyed s. J. Barnett talk our College spent the week by All. August table. Mrs. Thomas Wheeler j with their parents Here. Miss Martha Scott of Darlington Reading september or Anci mrs. D. C. Posey visited misses table mrs Amy Glasgow labor is sister mrs. J. T. Galbreath or miss Alice Thomas mrs. Howard Sellers mrs. R c Thompson mrs. D a. Bay mrs Charles h. Fulton mrs. Hugh a. Trans. Mrs. Mary j. Wise mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. I. W Jenkins. Mrs. James a Fulton mrs chairman Lor the Delta District. Seals May be secured from Lier during the spent the week with Rebecca Rosa Barrow. Day selections Bible readings family on Friday. Or mrs. Irwin Harkins october table mrs. W. F. Stubbs.1 mrs Mary Elizabeth Morris a. Family of Chestnut Hill were Sun letter on stewardship november student at Crest spent h. Myers e a Wilson Sale left 1. R Day guests of or. mrs. Raymond table mrs. John Hammond talk the with her Eizeth Bonn Fupton members of Lac count a t Morns sister miss Osome then by examining All contacts lower Chanceford Pomona All persons discovered to have a to Verba Snow grass. I each Bottom Bercu Losis infection new cases Are Wilson Fawn Grove prevented. The tuberculin skin test j lady assistant Steward Helen Rowan is our most valuable Means of re 1 peach Bottom executive committee dealing such infection is used for six years l. M. Brown Fawn widely m the High schools. Through Grove. O. H. Spahr Eureka this discovery the follow up care Sylvester Lehman red lion. Many Young people Are saved months these officers will be installed at of sickness. All this work More a meeting to be held in. February is maintained by the seals. But they by the newly elected re tiring lecturers of Pomona Austin Nii Roy h. Bupp. Can Only work As you buy. Mrs Ula Komson is the local Whiteford Harry Brooks has received Harkins a duet of a Vars. Or. mrs. George Prichard Arthur Robinson mrs. Who have been spending the sum Robinson december singing. Joy to Mer months with their daughter the world the visiting Vic presi co mrs. Clyde Greene have returned to Dent mrs Walter Kinsey. Of York. Their Home in Baltimore a very interest ii talk we Iii Janics h. Ross has been elected or. mrs. Ralph Kurtz were was followed by a Short talk by mayor of Lancaster. Mrs. Ross was sunday guests of or. mrs. Adam mrs. Miller of Cario Egypt. To Are Klinefelter. Mrs Ellen or. Mrs. J. M Dooley. Mrs. J. Pillsbury. Herman Ebert red lion. A Wallace. Mrs. F. E. Me mrs a. L. Mencs Spring Grove a i cation from Lancaster Tell migs Leilua Kenti org a org Fiat her Cousin the Hon Guy Baye Hanover. Or. mrs. Orvilie Allison of j to Nore wore week i kits of mrs. Warren Glasgow. Air mrs Charles . Are Over the Hess. Ralph Davis. Mrs. Harold formerly miss Ethel Delrick. Daugh m g Macomber mrs. J Helen those attending were mrs. Mar ter of or. mrs. W deity cd of m. Jean Ward it. Wolf. F i receiving congratulations birth of a son to 0-Ai-r.f 3tni-oo c t a or a nth it s. J. T. Harry mrs Scott Street or. mrs Jack Hess Are re Garect Stokes mrs. B. J Barnett Lancaster is known in Delta John warm Nurt _ or Rose a. Bower mrs. Howard joining Over the birth of a daughter. John Hammond mrs Arthur Rob having frequently visited her cons of born at Franklin Square Hospital on Inson mrs Marshall Scarborough ins mrs Harry m Brooks mrs saturday. Mrs Kessie Mackison. Mrs. Harry j t Galbreath. Or. mrs. Charles m. Mrs Chester Mclaughlin b. Davis. Mrs. C. C. Galley mrs. Howard Walker mrs s j. Adams mrs s j Barnett. Mrs or mrs. Charles Boyd Elk John Hammond mrs George hoi-1 Ial Sei club new k Are rejoicing Over the birth of a son i mrs. George Elliott mrs. Wilson ton Mcl or mrs Ivan born on sunday at Union memorial heaps. Mrs. Coyne. Mrs. Ellen Burke Boltwood or. mrs Kenneth Kil Hospital. Mrs Schaffer. Misses Mary Gore Havre de Grace. miss in Edwin Tucker of Baltimore has manifold mrs. Graybeal dred Ramsay were guests of or. been visiting relatives friends mrs. Walter Kinsey mrs. Miller mrs Hugh Kilgore on sunday see Chintz cottage to around Forest Hill. Mrs. J. E. Boisseau mrs. Elsie Evans or mrs a Ranee of mrs. Bertha Johnson has been i misses Greer Mildred Snodgrass spent sunday afternoon spending several Days in Baltimore. Mrs of. H heaps. Mrs Nelson heaps at the Home of mrs j. T. Galbreath the three act play entitled Chintz the ladies foreign missionary Harold Stokes mrs. J. T. Harry j cottage presented by the Christian society will meet with mrs. Edgar j mrs. W. B. Davis. Mrs. R. A. Stew-1 mrs. J. O Anderson entertained Endeavor society of the Delta m. P. Wilson on next tuesday. Art mrs. S. J. Adams mrs. Harry the following friends at cards at her Church in the basement of the slate officers were elected for then suing year at the regular monthly meeting of the. Sil Cieu. Service club _ operation of Slateville Vicinity which was Hospital at Dublin High held at the Home of miss Nellie fan quite ill. Or aul mrs James Legrande have irom Chestnut level to one of the Staso houses. Mrs Robert pea co is Able to be out alter being confined to the House with an miss Phoebe Mckinsi y. at Goldey no week parents ,.nd mrs l. Mckinley. Henry Norris. Who underwent an at the Union memorial it week shall can much i it a the Lou Owma Iri Encis at cards at Ner m thu i. Tut miss Elsie Tucker who has been Robinson mrs. Paul Thompson mrs. Home car recently mrs de rid fire Church on Friday evening will v. G. Stubbs mrs. Amy Glasgow Ward g Ruff mrs Bertha me be Given again at the Dublin High mrs. N. B. Cooper mrs. Ross ram mrs. Lewis Ruff mrs Wiley school on Friday evening. November say mrs. Thomas Wheeler mrs. Gemmill mrs. I mrs 124, for the Benefit of the Dublin m. William Whiteford. Miss it. Mrs. Emory Smith finn has r with quite ill is improving slowly. Unemployed to Regist ii for work on roads the National reemployment office in Tork has asked the Herald times to announce that a representative will be at the Delta Post office on Friday november 17, Between the hours of one four to Register men for work on the state fed eral Road projects now under construction. War veterans will of course have preference on this William Whitef Orci. Miss Margaret Harry Barnett misses Margaret an. E. Church. Wheeler mrs. Joseph Wiley miss Louisa Whiteford. Mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. W. F. Stubbs mrs. H. J. Hand Ley mrs. John Bay mrs. James Mac Kison mrs. C. P. Whiteford mrs. D. D. Snodgrass mrs. Elisha Davis if is. Charles Thompson mrs. Henry c. Whiteford. Miss Anna Wiley mrs. A Leroy Rigdon mrs. W. J. Cowley mrs. J. H. Stubbs. Mrs. Harry Gal breath mrs. Amos Thomas mrs. Peakes mrs. Walter Carico. Durson Pauline Sara Gemmill. The cast of characters include or. mrs. O. H heaps spent j miss Margaret Williams the past week with. Miss Nannie the maid miss Alma a Mccoy of Oxford. Comber mrs. Orville Gehr miss Fannie Kilgore expects to Harris Perkins miss til close her Home Here the latter part mrs. C. O. Brown or. Of this week spend the Winter Howard Harvey mrs. I mrs. Harris Perkins. Thanksgiving dinner the annual Turkey dinner will be held at slate Ridge Church on thanksgiving Day at 32 o clock noon. Thanksgiving Jyh Nukk Slateville Church hold its annual Turkey Chicken dinner following the service on thanksgiving 25 cents. Price torn on Friday evening. November 10. The newly elected officers fire Home after president miss Verba Snodgrass her father i Lhnn heaps 01 vice president miss Kathryn Diehl timbre who scrip of ill Secretary miss Marie Dinsmore Mips do is Lloyd. I student nurse treasurer mrs. Brooke Snodgrass. At Chr Maryland . Ity Hospital those present were mrs Clinton spent sunday afternoon with her Johnson . Brooke snog risk mrs parents or. mrs. Will Lloyd John Dorgan mrs. Albert Puccle. Mrs. Mrs. Glasgow who has j Calvin Murphy mrs b. W. Jones Boon confirm Foj to her Home for several mrs. Caroline Rightmire. Mrs. Harry weeks by sickness is improving Ruff jr., mrs. Milford Malone mrs. Miss Olive Norris of Wilmington James Mackinson or mrs. Albert spent the week at her Home Here Stubbs mrs. Caleb Beard mrs. Paul Thompson mrs. John , misses Marjoric Switzer Margaret Silver Verba Mildred Snodgrass. Paul Ine Robinson Mary Elizabeth Jones Margaret Galbreath Oha Barnett Kathryn Anna Wiley Lois Gehr Eula Beard Fay Beard Nellie Fantoni Marie Dinsmore Christmas Bazaar will have Christmas Bazaar. Any one wanting to make entries have them in on or before Friday Ber Ginger cookies. For be mrs. Lacrone co. In spa Peri

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