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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - November 30, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. Is Delta York county pa., thursday november 30, 1933 established men receive injuries by falling tree two Brothers Arthur and Charles Enfield Fawn Grove were both severely injured when struck by a tree while cutting Timber on the farm of William Wright. The Accident occurred on thursday at about a. M. Charles went to the Wright Home for help but fell unconscious on the porch where he was found about an hour and a half later by a member of the Wright House hold. Arthur was found pinned under the tree to the Woods. Or. Famous of Street was summoned he ordered Arthur removed to the Havre de Grace Hospital after he found that he was suffering with a double Frac Ture of the right leg Between the ankle and knee with several cuts and bruises. Charles suffered a. Severe laceration Over the Temple which required a. Number of stitches. He also received other minor cuts and bruises Grove boy receives honors in contest our county representative Milton Brown son of or. And mrs. Roy c. Brown Fawn Grove r. D. 1, has re turned from the american Royal livestock show which was held at Kansas City Missouri from novem Ber 17 to 24, where the Pennsylvania team of which Brown was a Mem j Ber won third place in the National i livestock judging contest. The team j was Given an award and each Mem Ber Given and a ribbon. Jesse Houseknecht Hughesville Lycoming co., and Harvey Strosnider Waynes-1 Burg Green co., were the other two members of the Pennsylvania team. Brown is a member of the vocational agriculture class at Fawn township j High school. I thirty three teams representing thirty three states each team com-1 posed of three members were entered in the contest. Team awards were made according to the results of the individual work by the members of i the teams in the judging. Brown finished 15th, Houseknecht 13th, and Strosnider Yth among the ninety thanksgiving the thanksgiving season is Here again. To Many of the people of this Vicinity this state and this nation there is More cause for thanksgiving than for several years. According to All reports Many hundreds of thousands of our people who were out of work a year ago and two years ago now have work. To those this will be a real thanks giving season. To those who have not been helped at least Hope has been Given. Hope of a better Day of reunited families of jobs of happiness. A Day of thanksgiving and prayer May we All remember in celebrating thanksgiving the meaning and the spirit that lies behind the Celebration. Let it not be an empty gesture but let it really be an occasion upon which we shall give thanks to the almighty for the blessings that have been bestowed upon us and upon which we shall Pray to god for a continuation of those blessings. Let it also be an occasion for the sharing by those who have with those who Haven t. The Good Folk of this Community will not let anyone go hungry or cold in this thanksgiving season. Aged Man Burns to death when fire destroys Home w. C. Morgan a Recluse mets accidental death caused by fire Valley school notes or. And mrs. Walter a. Wise and children Ross and Wilmer spent sunday afternoon with or and mrs. John m Ayres and family. Miss Anna Bell Ward and Sisters Mary and Emma were visiting or. And mrs. Howard Singleton and family sunday afternoon. Misses Elizabeth Griffith Catherine Lay Ethel Hughes and mrs. Caroline Rightmire attended the teacher s meeting at lower Chanceford High school on wednesday evening. Or. And mrs. H. E. Torbert and George Smith spent sunday after noon with or and mrs. Byron p. Hughes and family. Ralph Houser spent monday after noon with Thomas eur. Early monday morning neighbors were attracted to a burning Shack on the property of the Whiteford packing co. Where w. C. Morgan a Recluse aged about had evidently been 62 years Wao trapped in his Home was burned to death. It is believed that an explosion of an Oil lamp or kerosene used in starting a fire in the stove on which he waa preparing his breakfast was the cause of the a. Fire m. Which occurred Abou Benjamin Ross and Marshall Jones who reside nearby were the first ones to reach the scene Ross seeing Morgan s body lying face on the floor of the Shack near a win Dow attempted to Rescue the Man but the intense heat drove him Back. His face and hands were scorched somewhat in the attempt. The body it. Olivet Aid Junior Christian society meets first place and Illinois second in the team contest i Brown also participated in the individual hog and sheep judging con the Aid society of it. Olivet tests finishing sixth for which he Church met at the Home of or. And was awarded certificates. I mrs. Howard Wolfe on thursday evening november 23. The meeting d. Of a meet on was opened by the president mrs i monday Howard Wolfe prayer by the Rev. Keehner. Myers Hall monday evening. Talks the monthly meeting of the Junior rive men defeat 1 big red quintet Delta basketball fans witnessed a was held contested game on tuesday at Itie Nome o f John Harkins. The november 28, in heaps Hall 1 Leader was miss Dorothy Roberts. Between Wrightsville High school the meeting opened by song Amer and High. Night followed by sentence prayers j soup Stubbs Delta s Center Star then a thanksgiving play was Given red As High scorer for the evening tie daughters of America met in by a few members. Along with Heckel Forward for yers Hall monday evening. Talks new officers were elected for the Wrightsville each scoring 8 Points. Those present were Rev. Keehner in the wori5. Of their different orders following year. Those elected were Dooley and Kohlbus new Comers or. And mrs. Howard Wolfe or. And Werg Gietl by the following visitors president Dorothy Roberts Secretary on the floor each played a Good i or. And mrs. Byron p. Hughes j which was burned beyond ident Ifica. And children spent sunday evening Tion the flames could not be re with or. And mrs. Cooper Mobley. Moved until after the fire had de Milton Johnson spent monday night stroked the building. Mrs. Harry Orr. Or and mrs. Pres Margaret Robbins Deputy of Louise Jones vice president George although Dooley was in for with his brother Clinton Johnson and family. Mrs w. D Davis and children spent last week in Virginia. Or. And mrs. Clinton Johnson and daughter Wanda spent sunday afternoon with the former s Mother mrs. Eva Johnson. Or. And mrs Leonard Pomraning spent saturday with or. And mrs. Clinton Johnson Martin Howe and miss Nancy Seward spent sunday in new Jersey. Or. And mrs. George Stell and son James and or. And mrs Edward Smyser visited at the Home of i the Delta Cardiff fire company ton Baker or. And mrs. John Wil Baltimore mrs. Mary Lear treasurer Dick and treasurer Joha Murphy. Only three minutes. On son or and mrs. Charles Pickel of the orphans Home Baltimore or those present were miss Kathryn mrs. Keehner mrs. Maud Garvine and mrs Lewis Labrun Diehl mrs. Harkins Eva sue Cox mrs. Luther mrs Belle and mrs c o. Holden past Deputy Frances Pyle Charlotte Pennington Barben mrs. Cora Whiteford mrs. Of Delta there were about forty Ann Dingy Flora Street Dorothy Edgar Pyle. Mrs. Catherine few. Misses Ida Umstead Grace Wilson Elizabeth Cra Gadela Baker Emily m e Smirch in a body. Williams Emma Craig Bessie Ardson messes. Marshall Wilson i social service club Vallie Pyle Ira Mcdermott Edward t Jones Vernon Burns Jack Whiteford the regular monthly meeting of Henry Atkins. Clarence Burns the social service club will be held the next meeting will be held at at the Home of mrs. William f Aher the Home of mrs. Cora Whiteford. On Friday evening december 1 Roberts George Dick John Murphy Harkins Louise Morics and Bobby Johnson. Delicious refreshments were served by mrs. Harkins. To Wrightsville. Being the champions of last year s circuit we expected a stiff Competition but the teams were evenly matched and the Battle was hard and the Competition keen. Was called but the firemen found the Blaze too far advanced to extinguish an inquest was held at 10 a. Re in the Whiteford Railroad station with Justice of the peace Rencken Ridge heaps of Cardiff presiding. They stated that Morgan met Acci dental death caused by the jury was composed of Benjamin Lloyd Marshall Jones Gus Reamer Ben Jamin Ross w. Jones Charles Pierce Harry Thompson Russell Mckinley Herbert Morgan Lemuel Mckinley Thomas Dick John Fresch and or. And mrs. Thomas Burk on wed Ralph Davis. Mesday Morgan had made All arrange William Whiteford butchered Mon ments the previous evening to go Day and tuesday of this week. Miss Anna Ailes spent sunday evening with miss Jane Ailes. To new other Loc Al happenings of intekk6t a i. The followers of the red Blue expect better games this year and v. Brightsville might Well prepare for i Tut Veteran Battle at Wrightsville this Winter. I in the preliminary game Delta All j stars Defeated the reserves by a or at the Home and mrs. H. J. Handley. Continued on Page 4 of Cardiff Community club the regular meeting of the Cardiff Duck Hunting with Benjamin Lloyd. He had borrowed a gun from mar shall Jones. Rmer Resi or. And mrs. Harold Atkinson of Chicago spent the week end with their aunt miss Celia Dougherty. 1 or and mrs. Luther Williams were recent York visitors. S Ore of 29-5. The All stars who for Community club will be held at the few Christmas Seal Sale to open in York county on december 1 while Friday december 1, Marks. Cases of tuberculosis in the county Friday until sunday visiting in bal against overwhelming Odds the All part in serves in two of the All stars were inexperienced. The reserves All of whom Home of mrs. Walter Fox on Friday g evening december 1, at 8 o clock. Every respect although debt of the Eastern Shore but had resided in Whiteford for the past two years. Or. Morgan is survived by a wife and daughter whose whereabouts Are unknown at the present time. A brother in Philadelphia also survives. The body is in charge of funeral director h. P. Harkins Complete funeral arrangements have not been made at this time. Mrs. Walter Carico spent from novices played frantically the official opening of the annual Christmas Seal Sale in York county today with a Mon Lily average of 25 new persons applying to the clinic timbre. Stars held the reserves scoreless until Clarence Galbreath left last Friday to last period when Brooks the it has been Well announced by the for examination and car few since Jan for painters Corner Chester co., Center opened up with two Field goals Observance of thanks for health uary 1, 1933, sixty three new cases where he will have charge of a Large Tobin right Forward made i Day in the local school on wednes t of tuberculosis have been discovered Dairy farm. Granger tells of Western tour sponsored by the National Grange w. H. Day in company with Sev time which were All explained by our eral other Maryland state grangers guides. Twelve of our state masters is on a Western tour to Boise Ida including the writer experienced their Day and by a discussion of the work j through the clinic and the death Spiot totalling five Points. Robert to sponsored by the National Grange first thrill of an air car when they mrs. James Dodson had a serious Vickes a Star of Delta High s has i the following letter describing a few Rode Over the Lake in Amos and of the York county tuberculosis so record for tuberculosis for 1932 shows mishap on tuesday when she fell and k tall team of 31- 32 scored eighteen of the Many places visited has been Andy s 210 feet High. Board piety at the meeting of the Mason an increase Over previous years severely injured her hip. Her conc the All Stais Twenty nine Points received at this office from or. Day. Grove officers we Hope that he will be Able to give us further details of the trip upon his return to Harford county train at Union station at Elj a. A. To were met by our Hig Hladij boy and wife Robert in wine. When we arose the next be had crossed the Mississippi and in the great state of Iowa land of Corn hogs and cattle. Tiie farming in the West is so Dif from our farming. Corn is Seldom Cut. We saw Many Fields Mas Seal and its use in financing ter Sunset. They Call to mind the mrs. John Fantom is spending minutes of the last meeting were j we left Washington d. C. No where men were just going through tuberculosis work is a feature of the former Days and symbolize the True sometime with her daughter mrs read and approved. During the Busi vember 9 at p. M. On the and pulling the Corn off. We were program used. All the Borough spirit of peace on Earth. They would William Pyle of Havre de Grace. Ness hour the following officers were Itol limited composed of fourteen told that they then turned cattle and schools in the county and some 160 remind everyone who pastes the lit mrs. Brooke Snodgrass mrs. James elected for the ensuing year pullmans with some sixty grangers hogs in the Field to cat the Lodder. Rural schools Are joining in this Obj tie stickers on mail and packages Mackison jr., mrs. Edgar Barnett master William Richardson Over from the new England states with j Here and farther West we saw cat that the old real Christmas is not and miss Sara Stephens spent sat seer George Jones lecturer Ruth those we already knew our state tie and sheep pasturing. These Ani Dixon Lions club on monday. I the York county tuberculosis edition is reported As fair. Both of these Are opportune in society makes its Appeal for funds miss Bertha Jones spent the week to Weir bearing on the Sale. A Realiza through the annual Christmas Seal end with her Friend. Mrs. Carroll w. Tion that health is one of the things Sale. In memory of the pleasant old Crowl of near rocks my. For which we All can return thanks custom the 1933 Christmas Seal de mrs. Walton Cooper spent the on thursday and the Many factors pics the bringing in of an ancient Wook and with or. And mrs Albert and agencies that contribute to our Christmas Yule log announced by tar Ier of Baltimore. Fawn Grove Grange no 1733 met Good health make thanks for the heralding bugler two mediaeval or. And mrs. Walter Gross and at the Grange Hall on tuesday eve Vou something of our health Day worthy of National of figures drag in the enormous log. Faily spent sunday afternoon at in go november 21, with worthy Western coast Given by the National in rent Servance the the Christ against a background of Golden win the of or. And mrs. Koy Smith master John Jamison presiding. The Grange at Boise Idaho. November 20, 1933. Dear editor i i think i told you i might write of our trip to the Servance. The Christmas Seal Sale is a nation wide program for funds by which to finance the anti tuberculosis work and it will continue throughout the month of december. In York county this Money supports the program of the York county tuberculosis society. Here in Delta we have been familiar with this work through the health Survey made in the High school and the follow up work and clinics held in connection with it. A number of children were discovered who were threatened with tuberculosis and for whom Sanatorium care was secured. Thus a saving in health and possibly life was made. Over children throughout the county have enjoyed the Protection of similar surveys Dur ing the past year. The society also cares for those already ill with tuberculosis through Home visits clinics and provision for Santoria care. Together All this there is a constant program of health education for everyone. In gone. True Christmas peace and urday in Lancaster. Happiness which no a count of Ma-1 Tenal troubles can everlastingly de-1 i Steward Henry Day assist master brother and sister Ensor Are never except per Margaret Norris is on the sick list. Ant Steward John Jamison Chap or and mrs. John a. Mcsparren haps a shed to ran in or. And mrs. Roy Smith and mrs lain mrs. T. W. Brown state master of Pennsylvania Bro ice we could stroy will be in the heart of every n. C. Dinsmore and daughter at l. Mbrown Secretary t w. Brown ther and sister Boak of new Castle one who shares the gift of health by tended the funeral of mrs. H. F. Gatekeeper Everitt sex governor Robinson and using Christmas seals throughout Waltemyer in Stewartstown on Fri Ceres Dorothy Webb Pomona Mary wife of Delaware and the National december. Day. Brown Flora mrs. Orion Hess lady lecturer James c. Farmer of new letters containing seals have been mrs. R. I Hartzler and daughter Distant Steward mrs. Ava Webb Hampshire who personally conducted Are spending sometime with mrs. Hartzler s parents while or. Hart Bee tree sent out requesting a contribution to the tuberculosis work through their Purchase. A self addressed envelope i Uler attends Camp at is enclosed for use in returning the Hunting Lycoming co. Seals or the contribution. Those so Rev. And mrs. W. H Galbreath and wishing however May leave their daughter Jeane Shippensburg Are returns at Harkins store in a Box spending thanksgiving with the for provided for this purpose. A ready gift is twice appreciated. So an Early return in the form of the contribution will be an encouragement to the committee and will hasten the completion of the fund formerly these seals were sold by the school child Ren but this method was discontinued four years ago. No children arc authorized by the society to sell seals this year. All appeals Are now these ways does the society seek to being made direct by mail control and reduce tuberculosis in or. John Morris and mrs. This Community. There is a need for such work. There Are approximately 600 Active a. F fix of York Are co chairmen of the county Seal Sale committee. Other continued on Page two Mer s parents or. And mrs w. H. Galbreath. Mrs. Emory Jones who has been seriously ill for the past week is still unimproved at this writing. Christmas Bazaar will have Christmas Bazaar. Any one wanting to make entries have them in on or before Friday Decem Ber 1. Orders taken for sugar and Ginger cookies Bazaar will open in Fisher s building on saturday dec Ember 2 at 2 o clock mrs. Lecrone co. And pianist Nettie Anderson. I the tour and who constantly looked after the business session the after All his sixty five tourists seeing i Don t be much milk in the East that Way. November 11. This being armis Tice Day we did not forget our boys who fought in Flanders Field. Brother Farmer assembled us All in the observation car. All arose and facing the East stood in silence for a following literary program was pre that they were always enjoying i moment after which we were led in seated song Day is dying in the themselves. He is Well called sunny prayer by brother Mcsparren follow Reading the Pilgrim Fath Jim a Fine fellow in every eel by an address by National master by the chaplain essay the i who adds so much to the origin of by a 4th pleasure of the tour Grade Pupil Dean Jones discussion arriving in Chicago at a. M improvements in agricultural conditions if any during the past year May be cited As causes for by John b. Jamison we were met by busses and taken up Michigan Boulevard through the Parks named for our Washington Jackson Lincoln and and l j. Hayden song Blest be the City to the the tie that Reading How to show we arc t. W. Brown Reading the thanksgiving Ruth Wilson Reading Over grounds occupied by the world s fair of 1893. Also to Chicago University s Many buildings where we were taken through the Fine Chapel a gift the River and through the of John d Roche elder. Will Richardson Reading "thanks-1 after luncheon at hotel Sherman l. M. Brown Reading the j we were next taken to the Century of thanksgiving mrs. B. F Progress show. Here we motored Morris closing prayer read by Lee Over the grounds in busses and saw Turer. Many interesting things in a Short labor who had joined us in Chicago. Travelling All that Day and night we reached Denver Colorado at a. In. Busses were at the station to take us Over this Beautiful City. Personally i preferred to remain at he station and spend the Short hour with my old Friend Richard b. Mccoy who with his wife and daughter met us there having wired him from. Omaha the evening before. Our Friend looked quite Well but has been very ill having suffered a stroke recently but put Forth an extra Effort to see us. He wished to Bremem Breed to All his old friends in the East. Boarding our train eating our continued on Page 3 w l 3t 6. Iric Irv. V. V

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