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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli Heral Terk Monty Ami Hartford Cutty Marylad vol. Liv. No. 47 Delta York county pa., thursday november 24, 1932 1878 Roosevelt s career in Jurief True thirty second i resident Jii Lect Tias Active Lite a member of Viany organizations. Our Franklin Delano Roosevelt 0.011, politically though in the Lue president elect of Ilie United scutes Lime of be Lormer president they is a child of and political. I he proverbial Silver spoon was in his Mouth when lie first saw Light of Day at the old farm at Hyde Park Duchess county new York. Since that a matter of a has smiled upon him almost continually As he moved through a career in Public life always upward and finally to the White House. He will be a month older than 51 years when he is inaugurated1 next March 4 at Washington d. C. He is a family father of five a lawyer and a Man in Public service for the greater part of the time since he was 28. Were always on Friendly terms. His career him into the school 01 Columbia University whence he obtains it decree in follow lag the course to younger he joined t be stand of Carter Ledyard and Uil Luuru in n new York and served As managing clerk until in that year he Tormod a Law partnership of his own Marvin. Hooker and Roosevelt. Although his Law practice was such that it attracted no Public attention to him it was also in that year that his political life dawned. Enters politics he stepped into the state Senate chamber with the full credentials of authority. A landslide of democratic voters in new York favored him. J in that moment he was just another won Over illness his one and Only serious misfortune in life was an attack of infantile paralysis which nearly extinguished within a comparatively the life spark when he was 39. Since Short time however he gained Atten that time he has fought a Long and tion through the part he played in the hard Battle to the use of his defeat of William f. Sheehan As can Battle in which he has achieve dictate for the United states Senate de Success. At that time prior to popular elec was born the son of James and Sara Delano Roosevelt january 30, 1ss2. His father was a fourth Cousin of the late president Theodore Roosevelt tion of senators the latter were sent to Washington by the state Legisla Tures. In 1912 he was re-elected1 to the state Senate and in the smite year he with whose career that of the presi thrust himself into the National Lime Dent elect has been compared often Light during the course of the demo his friends although one was a j cratic National convention at Balti Republican and the other is a demo j More which selected Woodrow Wilson crat. I As a candidate. He played Leader As the analogy is drawn both serv among the new York delegates for Edas governor of new York both i Wilson served in the Post of assistant Secre Reward followed As a matter of scraps from a diary Tex i Harford 4-h club of life in ancient Cathay distinction by 3liss Muriel Itam say continued from last week tary of the Navy and both achieved i course. The presidency. Actually the two had Little in com within Juarch 29 a few Days after president a Crow continued on Page five or Islina Sale Campaign starts Friday november 25, Marks the opening of the annual Christmas Seal Sale in York county. It will continue through december and it is hoped that will be secured for the continuance of the work of the York county tuberculosis society of 1u33. The need for this work will be presented in the various churches throughout the county on sunday november 27, which is nationally observed As health sunday. With approximately 400 Active cases of tuber the red Cross Calls the red Cross Roll Call is in pro Gress. In View of the record of this great humanitarian organization Noth ing needs to be said in its defense. The Cardiff Branch of the Harford county chapter last year enrolled 78 Dollar members and one. Member Taat was a Little Short of the pre Vious year s record when it reported s3 Dollar members one member and two members. It is to be hoped that when the Effort ends this year the enrolment of last year May be exceeded by a Good margin. The depression is no argument for Retreat but the Bugle Call to Advance. Measure of giving ought o be determined by he measure of human need. Harford chapter includes 21 Branch Culosio in the county today and a j is carries on to Sroat est number of red Cross activities of any chapter in Maryland. The percentage of the population enrolled As members exceeds that of any other county in the state. What it does justifies the expense incurred. To belong to it is an Honor to work with it a High Privi lege. Who la be the next to join monthly average of 30 new persons applying to the clinic for examination and care there can be no doubt that the need exists. Within the past six years the an Nual deaths from tuberculosis in York county have been reduced1 almost this proves the Success and value of such a program. It should go on if the Progress now made is to be maintained. The York county tuberculosis society makes its Appeal for funds through the annual Christmas steal Sale. These seals Are a cheery red color and carry a picture of two Happy and healthy children singing. Letters containing seals Are sent out requesting a contribution to the tuberculosis work through their Purchase. A self addressed envelope is enclosed for use in returning the seals or the contribution. A ready gift is twice apr via cd. So an Early return in the form of the contribution will to an Rik o Tremont o the. Committee and will hasten the completion of the fund. These Sells were sold in hos run Hildron but this method was discontinued two year ago. To Rhill on Page. Three Holt Wood Bridge project before Federal Board i looked out of the window i found that flew overhead just als i j we were overlooking a neighbor s pig awoke this morning. The benevolent Sty but t was not that which made me Crow no doubt j. Lifted my head and j su14 l Lismay. Beucle the Pigsty saw the old Man just rolling off the in a pile Straw Lay a poor girl in table and Mary getting dressed under to Lily very thin and obviously ill her Bod covers. We were soon dressed i with some fever. At her head and our bedding All roped up again. I was in urn water. She was not a Harry Hopkins. ,ir., Lii Alison Fitiris take prizes. Rip to poultry i. W. Heaps dines 100 old friends on 59di birthday 100 persons participated in a give i. In thu nov. Sunday is Huol room of Highland presbyter in Church. November 10. I. In Celebration i i i his n big Ihnaty Anni. The 1 Lunik v. Gurii. Primal in to his old j a Hooli Natu but number 01 Ais oth i is Ivilou in t Nice Eli the lion. Or. W. A. Price presented or. with a 01 How is a ii in his friends of the urn or. Respond cd in his usual Grace Ful and Happy manner. In me course of his remarks he referred 10 the boys present to had attended Miil College and heaps Cross roads University with him and called upon several of them for remarks. Of the Mill Green group the first to be called on was Charles Mcfadden who is known to our readers by his Green Pencil articles. He was Fol Lowed by messers. William h. Day 0. H. Heaps or. C. W. Famous Ker Cavender Nelson heaps m. J. Hushon b. Ross Bay b. G. Harry mrs. Robert Stewart Andrew Wallace the Rev. A. L. Hyde or. Robert p. Bay and others. Each spoke in a Happy and felicitous vein and congratulated the Host on his health and vigor. Among the others present were or. And mrs. John h. Stewart James w. Stewart or. And mrs. Newton heaps or. And mrs. John w. Bay or. And mrs. George Taylor or. And mrs. Charles Davis or. And mrs. Thomas c. Bay or. And mrs. W. Is. Arthur w. Arthur Harry or. And mrs. Charles f. Ramsay of Stewartstown or. And mrs. Harry Hood or. And mrs. Alonzo Wilson or. And mrs. J. C. Wilson. Mrs. Frances Bay or. And mrs. John Hushon and Harry Lanius. Breakfast of soft Rice with Salty meat and other tasty trimmings then Fol Lowed. And after that came one of the most thrilling morning s of my trip from benevolent Crow to Eastern Sun. Mary and i went in Sedan chairs of the Light Bamboo open is we did so theoretically. In reality i walked quite half of those fourteen Milefer skipping and running to keep ahead of the chairmen for i simply could t keep still in a chair no matter Liow luxurious it might to with such a world1 of mountains and color and Sunshine and Birdis All about one. We crossed Bridges Over a Lovely Rushing River again and again passed or she Wou knot have been in the backyard of a Home lying of haystacks situated mid eyes. Other kites Vay on the tree trunks met people going to Market talked to curious Mary said she was probably one of the family next door. The family was superstitious about having her die or even to have her very ill in the House because of evil spirits. Alter a merry Chat with the women in the Kitchen preparing food we ate a. Delicious lunch and then walked around the City on the City Wall. It was Only a two mile walk altogether. A Host of children followed in our Wake. The Wall was crowded with boys and Young men Hying cur j i us lilt Oluic ions kites. Some of these were Centi team were Stone of Frederick Bay Pede kites Twenty four feet Long made Artl Button of Kent Mellow in sections with terrifying head Harry k. Hopkins jr., Clay Shaw Lynn Kinli Art and Clinton Brookhart All represented Harford county in the annual 4-h club poultry judging con test held in conjunction with the Sec Ond annual Queen Anne s county came and poultry show at the censer Ville armory thursday november 17 eleven counties of Maryland were represented. The contest was won by Allegheny county by a score of 2220, Montgom Ery county was second with a score of 2200, Kent third with 2170, Freder ick fourth with 21 co Harford fifth with 2030, and Baltimore sixth with 2020. Unusual feature of the contest was that the winning team did not have a boy among the first four High scores who will compose the team to represent Maryland in the National contest to be hold at Madison Square Garden new York City in january. The boys winning places on the Montgom in of incr and Harry a. Hopkins application was filed with the Public service commission at Harris Burg on tuesday for permission to construct a Highway Bridge across the Susquehanna River at Holtwood. Plans for the proposed Bridge were Laid last by him to us Federal commission at Washington in tho Hope that funds before governor Pinchot Early week and were later presented villagers As we passed through their Hatch roofed1 Village and drank Mountain air till we were nearly Tipsy. Of it was Lovely Lovely you know the kind if a Spring Day that puts the skips into one s toes and Makas one want to climb and dance ind act like a crazy thing Well it was that kind of a Day and never have i enjoyed such a fairyland of rare and Beautiful Birds. The air was full of their songs and of the perfume of Flowers. We reached the walled City of was were j shaped like baskets of Flowers others like butterflies some resembled the Sun at eclipse etc., and info Stitum. Mary and i hurried past one Section of the Wall where dogs had either been Hung or hurled to their death. The stench was terrible. There was a Tower standing Grin Sentinel Over the place a Monument to Infanti cide just outside the hollow Tower where unwanted babies were left to die and hungry dogs were sniffing about it. There were women wailing at Graves outside tie Wall too for this was a festival Day. We saw two Wom Tern Sun at noon going in at the Wesen Stop wailing suddenly and still Tern Gate and followed the main Street carrying their lanterns in Broad Day straight across the heart of tho City race madly till from he re finance Cor i turned in Iluk portion might be appropriated to Aid j Mission in its construction. The within sight of the Bast Gate we reaching Home for i i our to were told. Homo. The one the Lucky one or. Of Hart Ord. After the contest the club and coaches were treated to a most delightful banquet sponsored jointly by Hie Centerville rotary. Club. The Young business men s ass n., the american legion and Queen. Anne s county farm Bureau. Following the banquet Harford county boys visited Pioneer Point farm and enjoyed their visit immensely. An invitation was issued by Mont Gomery county to hold the next an Nual contest in Rockville Maryland. Girls honoured Harford county 4-h club girls have again won coveted placings in the continued on Pago five draws jury for january court i i Auty Fok mks. S. .1. Bakm5tt mrs. S. J. Barnett who is leaving Delta for the Winter was tendered a Farewell party by mrs. Walker at mrs. Walker s Homo wednesday evening of last week. Those present at the party were mrs. William Fisher mrs. Jacob yer Kes mrs. William mrs. Howard Proctor jr., mrs. Ralph Scotton. Mrs. W. H. Bay and daughter Sara mrs. Glenn Mclaughlin mrs. Rupert Stubbs mrs. James Courtney mrs. S. J. Barnett and miss Odessa weeks. Farmer arrested on cider charge approximately Gallons of alleged hard cider went into the hands out Deputy sheriff Karl 1c. Yacoby Jast saturday when lie raided tho Home of Marion Thomas in peach Bottom township near Delta. A far Mer was arrested on a charge of Vio lating the liquor Laws of the state and the cider was destroyed after were taken for analysis to de Termine the alcoholic Content. It is said that a number of com plaints had reached the office of the District attorney Ralph f. Fisher As a result of which he ordered officer Jacoby to conduct an investigation to determine the advisability of a raid. In following the usual lines pursued n such cases it developed that there was ample justification for a raid. Accordingly a search warrant was is sued by Alderman Jacob Stager. The complaint was signed by court de Active Fred w. Kottcamp. Thomas furnished bail for his appearance at a Lea big to be held later. Project being pushed by Babel Bounds met Wiir ears for soc Tat the women s Christian Temperance Tynion will Lipold a dues social in the Cap of on wednesday afternoon november so at 2 o clock. A Good program has been prepared in connection with the regular meet ing. All ladies Are cordially invited to attend. Prominent Lei Wrasler county citizens Monn them being Marvin k. president the Viiar Revillo Ivins club. Hundreds of signatures have an primary school was us grandest mountains Liftin the first venire consisting of 120 lint Ohol All. Beyond the i was drawn saturday from the , Hemming it in on every Side were list of names placed in the wheel their by the. Jury commissioners and judge go Iii Lull blast in one of our build stately crags above us Only half a mile last vec k. They will shortly to Ivriy wait for summoned to serve As grand and Petit journey through these l .secured1 to a petition asking that Lac lol s voice heard from time mountains to the. Town called the i Kaulf Bottoms. All the Little boys and girls were at the top of their . The the or tho promoters to granted. It is planned to make the Bridge self liquidating through a reasonable toll charge. The building of this Bridge at this Lime will not Only to a great Boon to tile unemployed but will afford d sired facilities for communication Between lower Chanc efort township in York county with the Lancaster Side of the River As Well As a much Shorter route for motorists Between important Points within the state. To time a hoisting above the Din. I shop of where miss Russel a pretty girl and an unusually Fine to Rural missionary is working now. Looking Young fellow came Iii Vii so out with a warm Welcome telling us j bearers Werc clamouring at regretfully that their father the doors at six o clock this morning. Tor was out of town. I is. Tzang tho pastor s wife hustled Forward with Toa and with Many polite Tittle phrases As she made us feel at Home giving us an upper room in which we set up our cots for the night. As i we were soon on our Way again but this time of ecstasy we made straight for the mountains and went into them. Of course i walked most of the thirteen Miles gathering Arm continued on Page four jurors at Quarter sessions court which will begin on monday january 2. Twenty four will serve As grand jurors and tho others As Petit jurors for the trial of cases. Those drawn from this Community arc r. Fulton peach Bottom town ship William Jones Fawn Grove d. Kilgore c. Krouse and r. G. Graham lower Chanc efort township. Chicken dinner at oar Del Platter tse. At a i meet of poach. Lom , no. 17j1, at. Valley school aloud ii Ivonin november 17, dip following of Hooks elected for master Waller m. overseer Owen w. Griffith lecturer Elizabeth Ailes Steward Ralph which assistant Steward it Oberl Scarborough Chap Iain Philip Kilgore trea hirer Harry of Evans Secretary Margaret Rowan gatekeeper Charles cores Helen Rowan Pomona Elizabeth Griffith Flora Nellie fan torn lady assistant Stewar Mildred Snow member of executive commit tee Chester Mclaughlin. The travelling Gavel will be brought to the peach Bottoms Grange at its meeting on december 5. News Laferr Sfa Perl

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