Page 4 of 19 Oct 1933 Issue of Delta Herald Times in Delta, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free
Want a high-quality poster of this page? Add to Cart

Read an issue on 19 Oct 1933 in Delta, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Delta Herald Times.

Browse Delta Herald Times

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 19 Oct 1933 Delta Herald Times in Delta, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - October 19, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaFlekal times classified ads it s Worth Selling it s Worth classified and Cash with order cents a word additional insertions. One cent a word card of thanks 50 cents j 1 cent and a half a word in Mem Orlam. 1 cent and a half a word minimum charge Foi each and 25c. J phone Delta 137 j classified ads. Will be accepted up to in a. M. Thursdays for publication same the Herald times will not be re Mon sible for errors in More than the first j Fraser ton of any advertisements. I orders to discontinue advertisements must be in wilting or made at the office. The Herald times will not be respond for Telephone cancellations. Slate Ridge presbyterian Church 10 a. M. Sabbath school. 11 a. M. Communion. Sermon by Rev. T. P. Mckee. P m Christian Endeavor. Leader mrs. Harvey Sidwell. 8 p. M. Sermon by Rev. T. P. Me Kee. Prayer meeting wednesday even ing at 8 o clock. All friends of Rev. A. Lewis Hyde Are invited to attend the forty third anniversary service to be Given in his Honor next tuesday evening october 24, beginning at o clock in the Church auditorium. St. David s p. E. Chapel Sale or rent 3tor Sale excellent Hunting dog. Apply to b. Frank Howard Pylesville my. 10-19-lt f or Sale the Kilgore Home property fronting 57 feet on South Side of Mam St. And extending to Chestnut St. Apply _ _ services on sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. You Are cordially invited to join in the worship at this hour. J to Fannie l. Kilgore 10-12-u for Bushel purple top Globe and Long White turnips. Eight Nice pigs 8 weeks old. Benj. P. Stubbs. 10-12-31" Rehoboth Church for potatoes Lars. I. W. Sect the will curl fret Jenkins. Phone ssr4 Cardiff. 10-5-311 j me wicked Tor Rev. John Hammond pastor next lord s Day 10 a. M. Sunday school. 11 a. M. Divine worship in Welsh Waith am Byth. 6 p. M. An English service. Sub thursday october 19, 1933 Why the matrimonial Bureau in York county is doing More business it belongs to the Era. Why the Oyster is Given to con Are shucked j sumption when they they become exposed. Why every one Well red in t a j scholar the color of hair has Noth ing to do with Content of the head. Why a group of students was Dis missed from Bryan memorial univer sity they made monkeys of them selves. J Why the people of York always appear rested the county seat is there. Site Wiltuk presbyter tax Church for bed and Bath rooms and Kitchen. Also store loom to rent. Chas. A. Hawkins. 10-5-tf for. Sale pumpkins of All varieties. Orange pumpkins Lor decorating. Mrs. Harry m. Brooks. For Sale bed room and living room suites up sterilized mattresses up refrigerators up electric washers Day Beds and hundreds of other bargains. Trade in furniture Exchange 55 w. Clark ave., York a. Rear National hotel. Money to mortgage Only. A few Small Charles h. Mac Kabb. Cardiff. 2-23-tf administrator s notice estate of Jennie e. Mccluskey late of peach Bottom township York county Pennsylvania deceased. Letters of administration on said estate caving been granted to the undersigned Ell persons indebted thereto Are requested to Snake immediate payment and those having claims or demands against the same will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned residing at Tjelta pa., r. D. 3. Daniel Stewart administrator. Charles a. Hawkins attorney. 9-28-6t Public Sale of valuable personal property saturday Jaiber 11 at 1 o clock p. M. The undersigned administrator of the estate Jennie e. Mccluskey late of reach. Bottom township York county Pennsylvania deceased. Under an order of the orphans court of said county will offer at Public Sale on the premises on saturday november 11, 1333. At 1 o clock p. M. That House and lot f 2 acres and 68 perches of ground in said township close to Valley school House on the Road from slate Hill to Ailston Cross roads and adjoining lands of Samuel Fulton s heirs we. R., Wiley a heirs and James Handley. Also at the same time and place will be bold personal property of the decedent As follows Cook stove settee six Kitchen chairs Blue and Gray Pitcher Blue and White Pitcher Organ Corner cupboard Rocker drop Leaf table sewing machine Bench table Bureau spool Bedstead Jenny stand carpet poster Bedstead clocks Oil lamp Oil cloth Oil stove and oven mirrors pictures Carpenter s Toole spinning wheel and other articles 1 p. M. Christian Endeavor meeting. Rehoboth Temple workers meet mrs. William w. Williams was hostess to the Rehoboth Temple workers at her Home on wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh b. Evans president presided. The meeting opened by singing i hear thy Wel come followed by the lord s prayer. A very interesting talk on the late Roland Evans missionary work was Given by mrs. John Ham mond. Refreshments were served to the Rev. And mrs. John Ham mond mrs. William w. Williams mrs Griffith Griffith mrs. H. Evans mrs. Mary Ann Evans mrs. Vernon Knopp mrs. Hugh r. Thomas mrs. W. A. Jones mrs. Sydney Davies mrs. Fleming Evans mrs. Ernest Roberts mrs. Alonzo Wilson mrs. L. Roberts mrs. William r. Wil Liams mrs. H. J. Evans mrs. William m. Williams mrs Edward Stewart Edward Stewart jr., mrs. Robert c. Roberts mrs. Arthur heaps misses Margaret Morris Ellen Rowlands Mary Etta Williams and Myra Wil Liams. The guests were mrs. Mollie Jones Lancaster misses Catherine and Esther Ford Enid Lewis Viola Jones and Ellen Rupert. , we Eccl too numerous to mention Sale at 1 o clock p. M. Terms then made known by in to u Daniel Stewart. Lo-19-4t administrator. B. Churches first method just protestant Church Kev. B. F. Ruley minister rally services sunday october is were Well attended and the program p splendidly rendered. An offering was lifted for the Board of education. Sunday. October 22 a. M school for the children and adults. With the markets Baltimore Hay Market is quiet. No surplus of Good Timothy. Prices Range from to per ton As to Grade and kind. The poorer grades of Hay Are hard to sell at any Price. Market irregular on everything below 3 Timothy. Demand for Straw. Receipts generally increasing. Wheat Straw no. 1, per ton oat Straw Mill 303 tons in eluding 190 tons for shipment. Mar Rifet steady on spot bran and middling. Spring bran per ton 100-Pound sacks Standard middling per ton 100 slate Ridge to observe resignation of Pastok after 43 years of service continued from Page 1 Tion to attend and take part. Rev k. J. Stewart Ohio and Rev. Charles Eckels Carlisle were asked but have sent word that they would be unable to attend. The committee in charge did not have their program definitely arranged in. Order that we might present it this week but a Complete outline of their service will be Given next week. The Rev. A. Lewis Hyde As a boy attended school Down in the neighbor Hood of Long Green my. After completing his studies there he went to West Nottingham Academy from which he graduated around 1880. He next attended Lafayette preparatory school and later took Bis theological course at Princeton College from which he graduated in 1888. Immediately following his graduation from Princeton he. Was ordained and installed As pastor of a Church at Burlington n. J. Two years later he resigned this charge to accept the Call to slate Ridge where he was in stalled As pastor on october 22, 1890. The Church was situated upon the Hill by the cemetery when the Rev. Or. Hyde came Here. In 1894 the present Church was built and is the sixth Church building of this Congre gation which dates Back to 1750. Pastors of Church the pastors who have served the Church since its organization with the dates of their installation Are 1750, the Rev. Eleazer Whittlesey. 1753, the Rev. Evander Morrison 1757, the Rev. Samuel Black. 1762, the Rev. John Strain. 1781, the Rev. John Siemens. 1785, the Rev. Samuel Martin d. D 1814, the Rev. Samuel Parke. 1860, the Rev. Joseph d. Smith. 1890, the Rev. A. Lewis Hyde. Whittle is by g. H. Enfield other local happenings of interest continued from Page 1 a there s a Why business in Delta is rapidly picking up we be stopped passing the Buck and began passing the Dollar. Why Delta women never become nags they be too much horse sense. Why Delta s Best looking cop wears mrs. Ellis g. Hughes and son Donald of Baltimore spent the week end with or. And mrs. Hugh t. I Hughes and mrs. Ida g. Ayres. Beulah Jones spent the week with her son Elmo Jones and family at Reading. Or. And mrs. Elmer Robinson and daughter Edith Ann spent sunday with or. And mrs. William j. Rob Inson. The daughters of America will hold a halloween social in Myers Hall on monday evening october 23. Miss Rose Galbreath is spending sometime with her Cousin miss mar Ian j. Galbreath in red Bank n. J. Misses Anna and Helen Bennington of Washington spent sunday with i spent sunday with a Corset has duties require has keep mrs. Caleb Miller and family Thev Riff in per pm lpns to ing in excellent shape. Why a Cook in a Delta restaurant Das been discovered with a wonderful operatic Tenor voice a Cook ought to have a Fine Range. Also called on other friends Here mrs. Sara Grafton of Delta Tion attended a dinner on sunday Given in Honor of the 90th birthday anniversary of mrs. George Barton a former resident of this Community at the Home of her son in Law and Daugh ter or. And mrs. John Greenwood. Oversea my. Those attending were miss Odessa weeks or. And mrs John Smith or. And mrs. Holly Ailes mrs. Hugh Smith and Earl Stiffler. Mrs. Andy Kerr and daughter Helen spent sunday with her Mother mrs. Mary Jane Tyson of Coulson town. The ladies Aid society of the Pawn Grove methodist protestant Church will hold a supper in the mor Ris Park Hall thursday evening no vember 9. The committee appointed to make All plans Are mrs. W. Edwin manifold mrs. W. Howard Webb mrs. Leonard e. Devilbiss mrs. Thomas Webb and mrs. Marvin e Webb. Sunday guests of or. And mrs. Griffith Griffith were mrs. Ellen w. Bearse or. And mrs. Stony Bearse and daughters Evelyn and Doris of Drexel Hill or. And mrs. Allen Corn Bower and son Russell Lawrence King and Daniel Buck of new free Dom. Gilbert Ruff spent tuesday in York. Misses Rosalyn and Margaret Mccormick. And Ruth and Alice Stubbs of Philadelphia spent the week end with their grandparents or. And mrs. J. Howard Stubbs and attended the Bel air fair. Miss Rosalyn Mccormick remained Here for a visit. The others returned on sunday accompanied by mrs. P. Whiteford who expects to spend a few Days in that City. Word has been received of the serious illness of John c. Galbreath or of w. H. Galbreath of Delta and a number of guests from this Sec mrs. Elisha Davis of Prospect. Howdy folks the Rev. A. Lewis Hyde has served this Church the longest of any pastor but one the Rev. Samuel Parke who i was pastor for 46 years from 1814 to Lancaster cattle 20r fully steady All grades Quality common and Plain kinds slow weak. Calves 111 steady Choice dealers 10 a. M meeting of the Friendly j ?sa8 50 outstanding Ible class for men of All Ages. If 166 fully 25c lower Choice westerns bulk retail sheep. 98 slow fully 50c lower Choice lambs Bible class for men of All Ages. If you have no regular school we Wel come you to worship with us pleas ant Fellowship spiritual singing and Bible instruction Are the features. Local 11 a. N. Sermon by the minister. Chickens 11 cents old 13-14 p. M. An increased interest eggs 28 cents butter 18 t 22 cents. Wheat 75 cents Corn 55 cents. Corrected to thursday noon. Born manifested in the Christianen Deavor service last week. We invite All the Young members of our Church and other unchurched members to be with us next lord s Day at the usual time of service. P. M. Preaching by the min ister. Or. And mrs. Paul Hutton Havre we Are glad to note at this writing Jde Grace announce the birth of a the surgical work which was deemed i on september 25. Mrs necessary upon the body of miss Hutton was formerly miss Thelma Clara Thompson has been Success Hamilton fully performed and the patient at or. And Jones of this time is doing As Well As could Littlestown announce the birth of a be expected. We All Hope for a speedy recovery and a soon return daughter thursday october 12, at --------1 the Gettysburg Hospital. Name bar to her Home friends and her Church. Bara Ann. Mrs. Jones was formerly prayer meeting wednesday octo miss Edith Fisher Ber 25. Place of meeting to be named at the sunday morning ser vice. Bryansville evangelical charge Rev. Clair c. Kreidler pastor Woodbine s. S. 10 a. M. Worship 11 a. M. Bryansville s. S. 2 p. M. Worship 1 Koferts transfers John l. Norris and wife to Walter Davis and wife a property in peach Bottom township. Minnie m. Colgan to William e. Anderson and wife property in Fawn Grove. Geli Stic service p. M. Service j. Roy Showalter estate and others will continue each night next week j by sheriff to Peoples Bank of Oxford so Flat a it ,.__._ 3 p. M. Tabernacle s. S. 10 a. M. Evan or and mrs. Arthur Garthop of Washington d. C., announce the birth of a son on october 12. Saturday night starting at p. M. Services three tracts of land in lower Chance Ford township. Present ruling elders the present ruling elders of the Church with their length of service Are j. Thomas Gailey 28 years. J. Andrew Wallace 28 years. Robert a. Stewart 28 years. L. Graham Thompson 6 years. S. Edward Proctor 6 years. The members of the Board of trus tees now serving Are j. H. Wheeler Cooper Mobley Howard Proctor o. H. Heaps n. M. Scarborough. N. A. Heaps h. Smith Fulton or. J. J. Healy c. A. Wallace Guy Scarbor Ough m. S. Macomber and j. M. Dooley. During his Long service Here or. Hyde has made Many friends not Only in his Church but throughout the Community generally who will be glad of this Opportunity to show their appreciation and wish him Many More years of Happy life in this Community. When you have enjoyed our All pork sausage for sunday breakfast and then have Chicken for dinner your i family Are All disappointed because it is other words it leaves a Good taste in your Mouth that lingers almost forever. Our scrapple and pudding meat Are Home made country style and cannot be beat for their goodness. Our beef will be so tender you need never Light the fire. Just put it in the Skillet for about a minute. Call our store we will give you Quick courteous service. The cat came Back a farce in three acts to be presented by the social service club on thursday november 9 at the firemen s theatre admission 25 and 30 cents p. M. Reserved seat tickets can be obtained at Ollie s restaurant and e. P. Mitzel s store our specials Brookfield butter.3 ibs. 55 fresh pork shoulder 12 Fine meaty plate beef .35, veal Lamb chickens with or without attention Farmers i am on the Market for fat cows hulls and hogs . Mclaughlin phone16r4 and i will Call a. V. Beakes Delta Market House i groceries and provisions fruits vegetables sea food wholesale and retail our goods Are fresh and of the Best Quality. Our prices Are As Low As you can get any where we Cash for poultry and eggs information Given with pleasure. Phone 75-r-2 it will you to shop Here i in. Sack 49c Piu Shury flour.24 ibs. Maxwell House . 29c Libby milk tall can.3 f or 19c Large Box Quick Arrow soap flakes with stainless steel paring knife and 1 can Sun Brite Cleanser All for.20c Del Monte prunes fancy 30-40 size in. Loc hominy.5 ibs 13c soup beans.3 ibs. 13c Kirkman soap Large bar.4 bars 19c Royal gelatin.3 pkg. 19c join the Auto contest o. K. Soap.4 bars 19c i Peanut butter.1 la. Jar 13c puffedwheat.2 boxes 15c Brookfield butter.2 la. Roll 57c Smithson scrapple.2 ibs. 25c Tosh Tosh pure pork sausage___lb.21c fresh pork . 12c soup . Loc finest Quality round . 25c extra Standard 39c Reamer Brothers Whiteford Maryland phone Cardiff 42-r-2 in few spa Peri in few spa Peri

Search All Newspapers in Delta, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Delta Herald Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Delta Herald Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection