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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - November 23, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaSo we our Fary vol. La. Nto. 47 the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county. Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland Tjelta York county pa., thursday november 23, 1933 established Shower Given mrs. Barnett hostess or. Mrs. Ruff to social club miss Anna Whiteford near font Ville entertained at a miscellaneous1 Many useful gifts were received j by the newlyweds. Those attending were or. And mrs Nelson Rowan j or. And mrs. Morgan Whiteford mrs. Chester Mclaug Hlin or. And mrs. Mai one misses Marg Aret j Wheeler Verba Snodgrass Helen Rowan Catharine and Esther Foard Romaine Kerr Dorothy King Ore Nettie Anderson and Marie Dinsmore messes. Henry and Owen Foard Austin Rowan Philip Kilgore and Benjamin Davis. Summary of the activities of the York Chap ter american reel Cross for 3933 fatal injuries to Man when car hits truck w. Oscar Hoffman meets instant meath in crash social hour was enjoyed. Those in attendance were mrs Richard Rees mrs Leroy Rig Don mrs. B. A Jones mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. M. S. Macomber mrs. V. G. Stubbs. Mrs. C. A. Hawkins mrs. W. B Davis mrs. H. J. Evans mrs. S. J. Barnett and mrs. Howard Walker. R Harris Bros. Store on thursday night break basement window to gain Entrance steal merchandise enter heaps motor co. Caj1diff Community club knots comforts when Travor d. , manager of Harris Brothers department store arrived at their place of Busi other local happenings Oit interest instant death occurred to w. Oscar Hoffman who operated a. Restaurant truck of Penna it of disaster the flood of August life saving More than a Hun 23rd was handled by the York coun j dred boys and girls men and women. To chapter without outside funds have been taught water safety and approximately six Hundred families me saving methods under qualified were registered As flood victims. Red Cross instructions. It is impose of Twenty two of these families were in sible to estimate the value of lives the county. Although most of the j that May be saved through tie know funds were raised in the City of York ledge acquired from the red Cross. The county families received the however statistics show that in the same consideration As those of the last twelve years since red Cross City. Again the red Cross met its started life saving instruction. Responsibility for Relief in time of drownings in this country have been at i _. J mrs s m r disaster. Sex service this year the Cut one third. First Aid the demand for first Aid instruction is increasing daily. The York county chapter is meet Dallastown. Ruff states that he was following about 50 feet in the rear of another truck and was travelling South about 35 Miles an hour just approaching red lion when he first saw the car driven by Hoffman. Hoff Man is said to save been travelling Between 55 and 60 Miles per hour and chapter has filed papers for hundreds of sex service men to renew or re Instate compensation Cut under the Ijuan new Law. In a Good Many cases the give their time free when a j collided with its rear end Ruff pension claim m a legitimate one. Request in made from organized this narrow escape turned is but under some technicality of the cat ape Lurneva is and mrs Paul Weiler and family who have been operating the people s restaurant in Delta the past the Cardiff Community club held i a covered dish luncheon at the Home i Ness Friday Mornin he found that of mrs. Richard Rees on thursday the store had been during november 16, at which time the Mem the Ancl about one Bers of the club knotted two com cents. L. Walker and miss Lillie Jones registered. Were Ginger co owns i mrs Lacrone co.
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