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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - October 12, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelt times the Only newspaper adequately Covert agr Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 41 Delta York october Valley school notes three county Banks plan to reorganize or and mrs. Harvey Ravegum and of wide interest to this Community or. And mrs. Floyd is the announcement by the controller son Junior my Ana juts. Of currency Fiat plans for the rear j with or. And a animation of three York county mrs. E. H. Ailes and family. Or. And mrs. Charles m. Ailes and daughter Lillian of new York spent the week end with or. And mrs. Harry Mackinson. Or. And mrs. John r. Jacobs or. And mrs. David Walker and sons Harold and Arthur and or. And mrs. Clarence Wiley and children visited or. And mrs. John d. Jacobs on Sun Day. _ several of the children of the Valley school Are out with whooping cough. Miss Dorothy Hughes spent sunday afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. Cooper Mobley. Mrs. Richard Henry and daughter Helen and Robert porch attended the York fair on thursday. The children of the Valley school Are pleased Over the arrival of five new pupils Garnette. Anna and Walter Davis Etta Louise and Olive Torbert. Also Over the ribbons won at the York fair and have been put Ting some of the things up in our rooms that came Back from the fair. Ribbons were won by the following pupils Woodwork Reed Norris 1st, on a Book stand Henry Hutton 2nd, on Book stand Edwell Beard 3rd, grape Vine stand Randall Maglaughlin 1st, on Crayon drawing Mabel Smith and Dorothy Hughes 2nd, motto Booklet Marguerite Lee and Mary Ward 3rd, on Story production Booklet sixth Grade boys 2nd, safety first Milton John son 3rd, on weaving. Miss Martha Ailes of Baltimore is at the Home of her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Harry Mackinson. Or. And mrs. George Bowien or. And mrs. Calvin Chainey of Balti More spent sunday with or. And mrs. Thomas l. Barnett. Or. And mrs. J. Edgar Barnett spent thursday St Lancaster. Or. And mrs. James n. Mackinson and children Jimmie and Jane took dinner sunday with or. And mrs. Brooke Snodgrass. Misses Etta Louise and Olive Tor Bert spent the week end with their grandparents or. And mrs. Cooper Mobley. Misses Elizabeth Griffith Myra Williams Jane and Anna Ailes Ruth Ella Wiley Jda May Ayres. Charles Macmunson mrs. C. H Rightmire and son Juceam Kalph Stewart Edward Wiley Edith Stewart Rosa Sparks. Or. And mrs James n. Mackinson and son j3mmie, Virginia Snodgrass Robert Ayres Albert Ayres Dorothy fall Scarborough and Mottott Jonaton attended the York fair on the following is a list of pupils at tending Day during the month Banks has been approved. The Banks effected by this move Are the East Berlin National Bank with restricted deposits of and unrestricted deposits of the first National Bank of new free Dom with restricted deposits of and unrestricted deposits of and the first National Bank of Stewartstown with restricted de posits of and unrestricted deposits of d. H. S. Students receive awards the names of Delta High students appeared quite a few times in the Premium list of the York fair sex s. S. Classes meet at Sinclair Home or. And mrs. George Sinclair entertained the Baracca and Phil Atria mrs. Butler hostess to sewing society the regular monthly meeting1 of the it. Olivet Aid society was held at the slate Ridge sewing society Tfaye Home of or and org John we Olivet Aid society hurl Ord co. Fair holds regular meeting closes saturday held their regular meeting at the Hibits but not As frequently As we mrs would like to have seen them. In the Home economics division i of the school work department Elizabeth Ayres received second honors on her exhibit of clothing 50c. Mary Fulton was Given first award on her exhibit of a renovated garment with a description of the original garment. The primary department at Delta received third honors in the modelling exhibits listed under manual arts. Under the school educational sex consisting of any phase of town snip vocational school placed first lower Chanceford High school 2nd. Wehs Ville High school. 3rd, classes of Salem m. E. Church on Home of mrs. C. C. Butler on thurs tuesday evening october 3. My Rel. I Day afternoon. Mrs. J. M. Dooley con ducted the devotional exercises. The president. Mrs. J. T. Harry presided Over the business meeting. A Reading Tommy s was Given by mrs. Mary Dooley. The readings shopping for ribbon and Cousin Betsy s Bath was Given by miss Alma a camber. Mrs. J. T. Gailey will be the hostess for the november meeting. Those present were mrs. J. T. Harry mrs. Etta Chandlee miss Letitia Kent mrs. F. E. Mcguigan mrs. Hugh a. Evans mrs. W. B. Davis mrs. D. A. Bay mrs. J. Walter Stew Art mrs. William Cooper mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. James a. Fulton mrs. Walter Jenkins mrs. Mary Dooley mrs. Emory Lowe. Mrs. Guy scar Borough mrs. R. C. Thompson mrs. S. J. Adams mrs. F. H. Grove mrs. J h. Wheeler mrs. J. M. Dooley mrs. Howard Hamilton mrs. Howard Walker mrs. J. J. Healy mrs. W. E. Arthur mrs. J. T. Gailey mrs. Mary m. Myers mrs. W. A. Sparks mrs. W. H. Galbreath mrs. C. C. Butler Melvin Walker and Margaret son had charge of the meeting. Read Ings were Given by misses Hester and Jean Haugh. The next meeting will be held tuesday evening october 31, instead of the regular Date As election 5 comes on that Day. Those in a Tutti dance were or. And mrs. George sin Clair or. And mrs. Arthur sine or. And mrs. Daniel Mcgurk Aid mrs. Melvin Walker or. And mrs. Ross Barton or. And mrs. Samu Joel Haugh or. And mrs. Huber or. And mrs. Earl Glenn or. Arid mrs Paul Brown or. And mrs Ross Taylor or. And mrs. Robert Posey Blacklock mrs. J. Nelson Gemmill Margaret Anderson Hytell sent Taylor Sirvina Taylor bet Lou Hester Haugh j Haugh Betty Ann Gemmill a Fujii Glenn George Stephens Clair Stephens Kenneth Sinclair Donald Szijj Clair Ellis Haugh and Arthur Sinclair and miss Ella Mitchell. Son. The president mrs. Howard Wolfe presided. The meeting opened with scripture Reading by mrs. John Wilson followed with prayer by the Rev. Edwin Keehner. The society made definite plans for a halloween social to be held basement of the Church on Friday evening october 27. Those present were the Rev. Leehner and Mother or. And mrs. Omer Dawson or. And mrs. Preston Baker or. And mrs. Harry Redman or. And mrs. Harry Burns mrs. How Ard Wolfe mrs. Ella Redman mrs. Frank Swift mrs. Cora Whiteford mrs. Harvey Grove. Adela Baker Jean Dawson Eva and Lily Burns Elizabeth and Emma Craig Ruth Redman Alice and Grace Wilson Sarah Torbert and Esther Creter aul Mcdermott Marshall and Sam Uel Wilson Jack Whiteford Richard Dawson Ira Mcdermott Arthur Grove and Richard Burns. Missionary spots during Ler summer vacation by Ramsay last week the close of summer school two Given up the ghost. So different was dear friends took me with them i this spooky Little Den heavy with l-c___a__________f___4. Ii Satico Wile i of september Grade and Mildred Ailes Billy Fantom Esther Smith Jamea Steele. Grade Barnett Leonard Cooper Willis and Edna Krick Lillian Maglaughlin Paul Scarborough mar Garet Steele Ruth Ella Wiley. Grade Beard Randall Maglaughlin Reed norms. Grade and Anna Ailes Lawrence Burk Dorothy and mar Garet Henry Dorothy Hughes Milton Johnson Keith Robinson Mabel and Lillian Smith Edith Stewart Betty Whiteford. Other happenings of interest Hugh Edwards of Norristown pa., visited miss Enid and Owen e. Lewis of Norman Ort York visited Raymond Barnhart on sunday after noon. Prof. Barnhart and or. Ort were College mrs. Miam Eifert mrs. Beam Shank Baltimore or. And mrs. Jack Eickert and daughter Joet a Effing spent sunday at the Home of mrs John Powell near Glenwood. Mrs. Marella Jones accompanied Lay her sister mrs. Vincent smythe item relatives i Elk Mills md., on sunday. The women s missionary society slate Ridge Church made a Kettle of Apple butter Friday on the Church grounds for the Benefit of the iter Gazit Morris has returned for ten perfect Days at the while there a group of us 1 never to be forgotten trip to great of the wonders a the turned me into a first rate Indian be fore i left the sea to collect a Little incense with this grotesquely More Tan on Tai Shan one of China s j Van coloured Heads As the buddhists famous sacred mountains Wlinich i j of ten picture the goddess of mercy could t resist stopping off to visit on would have been a decided Relief after my Way Home. Tai Shan is made famous by the Sage confucius. Most of his he was Home after in Lancaster the guest of my mime Mica Cornelia Stubbe is spending sometime with in new Jersey. Or. And mrs. William Fisher have returned after spending sometime or the friends in the West and attend org the world s fair. Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Nicholas Jones Jill Clad Monk compared to the Bower i of Flowers where the Imperial Mummy sat enthroned that i f e to the contrast and Bast Flor making my Bow beat a Hasty Retreat. A thousand armed goddess with an Eye in the Palm of each hand and seven old Mummy but that s what one gets for nosing into Dusty Musty fascinating old places and who would t spent in that District. He is to be interested in a Temple dedicated have seen a White horse tied outside a to a Lovely immortal called the Prin Gate of our City of Soochow. Some three Hundred Miles away As he stood on this Mountain. However one of Nis disciples so strained his eyes and energies in trying to see that White Cess of coloured or even a Temple to a White mule come on out to China and poke into dark Corners with me next summer. I dare you the Middle of August found me horse which master was pointing completing my South bound journey out to him that he became Pernia and it was with genuine eagerness surely old and though Only Middle that i greeted the canals and was surprised to and that t Otso Chow sixteenth of the month. Looking Back Over the summer and looking Forward to this year s work hair had turned White and his Teeth were falling out during that Brief moment of extreme Effort the Mountain is very very Beauty the words of a poem come to Mac Ful. I have never seen such grandeur which i should like to share with of Cliffs and rocks. About half Way you. It is entitled prayer of a Cam up a breath taking Lovely Waterfall perhaps some of you will enjoy tumbles across the path seemingly it As i have but when one actually reaches it the god of the Hills Grant me thy Stream is crossed by a Small wooden j strength to go Back to the cities spending a week at the Century of Ridge at the foot of the Falls Progress show in Chicago mrs. Harry Shane of Harrisville great gnarled Pines sprawl picturesquely against suicide sheer without faltering strength to do my daily task without tiring and with enthusiasm. Ohio visited her sister one Day lists up steeper and steeper As strength to help my neighbor who ladies auxiliary meets in Church mrs. William t. Brown president had charge of the ladies auxiliary meeting of the Delta methodist protestant Church which met at the Church on thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Garber opened the meeting with a very appropriate prayer. The Secretary s report was Given by mrs. S. J. Wilson the treasurer s report by mrs. Warren Pennington. The meet ing closed with prayer by Rev. B. F. Ruley. The social committee chair Man mrs. Irene Cantler then took charge of the meeting. Mrs. S. J. Wilson gave a Reading entitled of mrs. Irene Cantler Sang a Solo entitled wonderful those present were Rev. And mrs. B. F. Ruley mrs. Ida g. Ayres mrs. Emma Cantler mrs. George v. Gar Ber mrs. Charles o. Brwn mrs. Alta Hughes mrs. Irene Cantler mrs. John Judd mrs. William t. Brown mrs. S. J. Dayman mrs. Joel Cantler mrs. S. J. Wilson and mrs. Warren Pettington. Mrs. W. A. Harry of Prospect who underwent a serious operation at the Johns Hopkins Hospital has returned after five weeks and is recuperating at the Home of her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Wilson Gal breath of Street. Or. And mrs. W. A. Sparks or. And mrs. Paul Butler mrs. R. C. Thompson mrs. Chester Holden mrs. William Tweedle mrs. S. R. Mckin Ley and Price Whitaker attended a card party held by the Dames of Malta at Coatesville saturday even one slowly gains the Peak toiling As the pilgrims up six thousand i tedious Stone Steps ing has no Hills to remember. Prant me thy and restful Ness club to present the play the cat came Back plans for the presentation of the play the cat came Back were made at the regular meeting of the social service club of Slateville and Vicinity held at the Home of mrs. J. Calvin Murphy on Friday evening october 6. The president mrs. Brooke Snodgrass presided. The Secretary s report was Given by miss Marjorie Swithcer in the absence of the Secre tary miss Mary e. Jones. Miss mar Garet Wheeler had charge of the social hour which consisted of a Book review by miss m Case Moore Fol Lowed by games in which everyone participated. The next meeting Wil at the Home of miss Nellie this the ensuing year will be elected and each member is urged to be present. Those present were mrs. Brooke Snodgrass mrs. J. Calvin Murphy mrs. Clinton Johnson mrs. James Mackinson jr., mrs. Sparks mrs Mary i. Jones mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. James Morris mrs. Howard Walker misses Anna Wiley Bertha Heck Margaret Rowan Anna Whiteford Marjorie Switzer m. Case Moore Pauline Robinson Margaret Silver Margaret Wheeler Margaret Enfield nationally known Speed stars to take part on closing Day breaking into the major Auto Rac ing circuits of the Eastern District Ever which championship titles Are annually awarded by the contest Board of the american automobile association the Harford county fair will be brought to a close Here on saturday afternoon with a sanctioned six event program sponsored by Hankinson speedways of new York. More than 30 nationally known Speed stars including High ranking contenders for the 1933 title will Fig ure in the gasoline thrill festival according to entry lists filed Here with Secretary t. Roy Brookes. Ted Allen National Secretary of the aaa contest Board will personally supervise the program while Elmer Doc Gera i of Philadelphia Veteran Speedway offi Cial will preside As starter. Because of the Large Field of entrants officials announce that the qualifying time trials will begin at noon on saturday and the competitive events will Start at o clock. Only the 20 fastest cars to be selected in the qualifying trials will be eligible to run for the Money. The fifteen winning cars will figure in the Money and will draw championship Points for the 1933 Eastern title. Among the noted Speed stars com ing to Bel air saturday from every Section of the country from los Angeles to Boston Are Jimmie Patter Eon of Kansas City Bob Hahn los Angeles Bob sail Patterson n j. Don Moore Washington d. C. Frank Moore Richmond a. Al Thiesen Henry Ziegenthaler and Ken Fowler Dayton o. Harry and Wayne Shol Lenberg and Ted Nyquist Reading Walt Keiper Trenton. I i Frank a. J. Doc Mackenzie Eddington Stan Slosser Hazelton Park gulp town Tom hone shit Laurel Lal Harris Insinger Philadelphia Jolarr Gerber Stanwood Iowa Maynain Clark Rock Island 111. The an Orr racing aggregation from and Over a dozen others who have Btu prominent on the astern try tvs year. Van Meier. Pauline Ramsay Mildred Jacv. A. Al. Hyde Verba Snodgrass Marguerite Kerr Romaine Kerr Mabel Ailes Marian Fisher Barnett Rose e. Gal Alma Mccomber and Maria Pinafore. Cardiff Community club meets mrs. Walter m Samsell was hostess to the regular meeting of the Cardiff Community club at her Home in car Prev or Samuel Parke served diff. Mrs. W. E. Arthur the presi 43 years of service a cordial invitation is extended to All friends to attend the special ser vice on tuesday evening october 24, at p. M. In slate Ridge Presby Terian Church in commemoration of the forty third anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. A. Lewis Hyde at that Church. Pastorate at slate Ridge have remarkable in length of years. The congregation from 1814 to 1856, Rev but what a View from the Summit peace to bring into a world of hurry it is Only five thousand feet above and of confusion sea level i m told but it s High restful Ness to carry to the tired one enough to put one above the Clouds whom i shall meet every Day at any rate and there below is the Content to do Small things with a Shantung Plain bathed in sunlight and Freedom from littleness self control for the unexpected and patience for the wearisome task with deep Depths within myself my i the town at the foot of Tai Shan fifteen Miles away the canyons Are unusually Steep and pocketed with numerous natural swimming pools. I washed the Salt water of the Ocean out of my hair the the hush of the night time when the Dent presided. A very interesting i h d Smith from 186q to lg90 account of the world s fair and her trip to the Pacific coast was Given by miss Anita heaps. The next ing will be held at the Home of its Charles Lytle those present were mrs t. Arthur mrs. Clayton miss Guy Mccurdy miss Anita heaps mrs. Wal Ter Proctor miss Alice Mccurdy mrs Etta Hughes mrs. W. B Davis. Mrs. D. A. Bay mrs. Warren Pennington mrs Jacob Ruff mrs f. W the Churchi Lias always included in mrs. S. J. Adams mrs. W m Sam its membership Many of the leading and Rev a Lewis Hyde from 189c to 1933. The Rev. Hyde resigned october i. Tie Olcerst member of the ensure i living today is mrs. Elizabeth j Geiger Delta. She joined slate As Mhz Beth Fulton m 1866 the oldest is mis Alice Greer Kent who joined As Alice Greer in 1876. Soul to Bear with crowded places me through first Day i was at Tai Mountain or. And mrs. S. A. Mckinley visited udder the White Waterfall. After All in York on sunday. Or and mrs. H. A Poff entertained on sunday or. And mrs. Charles Wasser. Continued on Page 4 an answer an answer to the question asked in last week s Issue of the Herald times. I want to draw the writer s Atten Tion to the fact that the Maryland Man he has reference to is a citizen of this a Good old citizen there s nothing like a. Mountain Stream for a cold plunge among the numerous taoist tem Ples on Tai Shan i saw another Cross legged though of inter Esting origin he looked too decidedly a Mummy for Beauty. This is his Story which is probably True. A seventeenth Century Monk who was most devout told his brother monks one Day that he had divine leading to be left alone for some time. In fact he would be very Happy if the door of his cell be kept closed for several Pine Trees Are dark against the sky line the humbleness of the Hills who in their might Ness know it not and the laughter of the sunny Waves to brighten the cheerless spots in a Long Winter. God of the stars May i take Back the gift of Friendship and love for All fill me with a great tenderness for the needy person at every turning. Grant that in All my perplexities and every Day decisions i May keep an open mind. God of the wilderness with thy pure winds of Winter drive away my years leaving him in strict Solitude j selfishness and Hydro cosy this was done. No one entered the fill me with the breadth and the depth sell miss Florence Minnick misses citizens and business men of Delta Anna Kathryn and Helen Samsell and Vicinity its pastors Tkavc been Florence Ross Charlotte Pennington of ability and Zeal and the or and Eva sue Cox. A animation has made no Small contribution to the intellectual and spiritual life of the Community. Abo society meets with mks. Beakes mrs. A. V. Beakes entertained the ladies Aid society of Trinity Luth eran Church Baltimore on last thurs Day. Those present were Rev. And mrs. Phillip Barranger mesdames Mil-1 Ler Meiser link Haase Biggs. Treu Lieb Lang Brill Teufel Karcher sol omon Helber Rowls Gans Gerbig Raymond Hamilton assumes duties a postmaster Raymond Hamilton formerly pm he attends to his business. I room for nine full years when finally he can vote Here if he chooses. If some one had the courage to open the everybody would attend to their own i door. There sat the Monk looking business we would have a better town quite natural in the tailor fashion in which to live. Meditation position though rather George t. Cantler. Emaciated. But he had Long since and the height of thy wilderness May i live out the truth which thou i Beakes. Link. Wyant Hall Klein Nagle tap played at the Cardiff milling Corn Man Oberheim Weisman Pany. Received his appointment As Keuler Schrenk Rychman postmaster at the Cardiff Post office Geller Heller Mahle Hooper Eisen Jon saturday at about 11 a. M and Hart. Biggs Quenson. Wagner Hea immediately assumed his new duties or. Hamilton succeeds Raymond Watson who has served As postmaster Holland Hayward and mrs Hast taught me by every thought and word and yours for Christ and his kingdom m. Muriel Ramsay. A very enjoyable Day was spent that place for the last four years. T All and the ladies returned Home singing god be with you till we meet o. H. Heaps a retired Farmer has been named assistant by or. Ham Ilton. Spa Fri spa Peri

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