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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli Rald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland do our part vol. La. No. 36 Delta York county pa., thursday september Delta girl weds in Washington miss Ann Jenness daughter of mrs. West Bangor mrs. Griffith o. Griffith and father Evan e. Williams left last week for Chicago to visit or. Williams Daugh Carrie s. Jenness and the late Charles Ter mrs. William Roberts and family. F. Jenness Delta penna., and or. Charles Brannan of Washington d. C., were United in marriage on aug ust is at Washington d. Mrs. Brannan. Is a graduate of Delta Gigli school class of 26, and of West Chester state teachers College class of 28. She was a teacher in upper Chanceford township for one term. Recently she has been employed in the agricultural department at Washington. Or. Brannan is employed on the staff of the Washington Herald. The newlyweds will reside in Washington. They will also take in the fair. Mrs. Griffith expects to be gone about two weeks. Or. Williams will remain for a Short time. Or. And mrs. Edward Schaffer and daughter Margaret spent the week end and labor Day with or. Schraf Fer s Mother and brother. Miss Audrey Tarbert spent last week visiting relatives in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. William Jones and John Pue Jones of Philadelphia spent a few Days with their Uncle and aunt Margaret and Evan Roberts. Mrs. Jones treated the Rehoboth co Grega solos Tion to one of her Beautiful which was much appreciated. Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan who fell Down a flight of stairs recently is getting Over the effects of her fall. She luckily escaped with o Fly extreme mrs. William Pyle has returned Shock some bruises. Other local happenings of interest from a visit with relatives in new York and new Jersey. Glair Spidle has returned to pm _ podium to take up his school work for Delta w cols another term after spending his Vaca Tion with his Mother mrs. Elizabeth Spidle. Mrs. William. Thompson and child Harford co. Girl William m. Robinson son of or. Ren sue Ami and Billy Are spending i and mrs. Michael Robinson of Delta some time in York. A. And Elizabeth Grace Carr Daugh or. And mrs. Charles Myers have i Ter of mrs. Winifred Carr and the returned to their Home in Delta after late Everett Carr of Scarboro md., spending an enjoyable week in at were United in marriage on wednes Booster Bank meeting the entire populace of interested York and Harford county citizens Are invited to attend a Booster Bank meet ing to be held in the firemen s Hall Delta pa., tuesday evening september 12, at 8 o clock. Everyone knows the need for a new Bank and feel that a meeting of this sort would get the facts before More people at once thereby saving time in explanations individually. Rev. William l. Mccormick and Roger Whiteford will be our guests and speakers for this meeting. Everybody knows them so come out and hear of the plans to get a new Bank and place our Community Back on the Road to Success. We can do it lets go Forest Hill wheat growers meeting the wheat growers meeting of lower York county held at the peach Bottom voting House on tuesday evening was reported a very Success Ful one. About sixty Farmers in this Section turned out to make plans per Taining to their wheat acreage for the Corning season. Another meeting will be held at the same Bottom Vot social service club hears of Chicago or. And mrs. Howard Keeney and family with mrs. Earl Whilhelm. Were guests on thursday of or. And mrs. Ames swam and family. Mrs. Bob Philipps who has been visiting her aunt mrs. John Smithson Tsovas taken to a Baltimore Hospital on tuesday of this week. Miss mercy Huff of Street has Een calling on friends Here this week. Or. And mrs. R. Walter and mrs. Ames swam motored to Media pa., 0 spend the week end with friends. Master Robert and Wallace Harkins turned Home on saturday after pending some time with their Cousin 1 Virginia. Or. And mrs. Harry Nagle and Charles Henry Nagle with mrs. S. O. Motored to York on sunday o visit or. And mrs. T. Pyle. Or. And mrs. Charles Sloan and Ralph Sloan of Baltimore spent Mon a with or. And mrs. Roy Scarff. Miss Evelyn Scarff. Who had been visiting with them returned to her ome Here. Mrs. Priscilla Ady is quite ill at this writing. Lactic City. No House on tuesday evening sep near to tuft a Virtu or at l Day september 6, at 2 o clock in the and mrs. Frank Kriedler of Grace memorial Church at Darling Chicago have returned Home after ton. Md., by the Bride s pastor the visiting their aunt miss Celia dough tember 12, at o clock at which time More direct governmental plans erty main St. Mrs. E. Sch id of Philadelphia who is also a Niece of miss Dougherty visited her the past week. Or. And mrs. W. T. Brown spent wednesday of last week in Philadel phia. Or. And mrs. Luther Williams and children Vallie and Emily spent Sun Day with their cousins or. And mrs. Everett Jones of Baltimore. Ethel and Lula of York were callers at mrs. Mary e. Wallace s on sunday. Mrs. E. K. Wiseman has returned to her Home in Baltimore after spend ing a week with or. And mrs. A. V. Beakes. Or. And mrs. Rev. R. Marley Cass in the pres ence of the immediate families and friends of the Bride and Groom. The Bride was dressed in a dark Blue chif Ifon crepe ensemble with accessories to match and carried a prayer Book the gift of her Mother. The Groom wore a suit of Navy Blue Serge. The Bride had As maid of Honor her twin sister Theresa Ida Carr of Baltimore. She wore a dark Brown crepe dress with hat and gloves to match. The Groom mrs. W. F. Stubbs Delta was elected president of the Delta w. T. U. At a recent meeting. Mrs. Warren Pennington was elected vice president mrs. W. T. Brown Secretary mrs. S. Barnett corresponding Secretary Slid. Charles e. Turner and mrs. William Purcell and Daugh Ter spent a Day this week at Wood Lawn my. Ray Spidle was a labor Day guest of his Mother mrs. Elizabeth Spidle. Mrs. Mary Lonergan who has been spending some time with her aunt miss Celia Dougherty has returned from Philadelphia where she attended the funeral of her aunt mrs. Frances Devine. Week end guests of or. And mrs. William t. Brown were or. And mrs. Jack Licord and daughter Lois of upper Darby mrs. Sara Britton of Bernardsville n. Miss Jessie Bennington and William Keech of Hagerstown. Mrs. F. Orr and daughter visited the former s Mother mrs. Henry Kagle of Glyndon md., last sunday. The latter returned Home with them for a week s visit. Clara Thompson is spending a few Days at the Home of her sister. Miss Celia. Dougherty has been Johnson of Delta. The Bride was Given in marriage by her Mother who was dressed in dark Blue crepe with hat and gloves to match. The Groom s Mother was dressed in Black crepe trimmed in White Satin with hat and gloves to match. After the wedding a Buffett luncheon was served at the Bride s Home. Athe bridal couple left on a boat trip to Norfolk va., and other Points South. The Bride s going away dress was a Gray swagger suit. On their return they will reside at the Home of the Groom s parents Delta. Baltimore boy Given Surprise party motoring around several Days visiting relatives and friends in Harford and York counties. Or. And mrs. Everett Glancy and children Elizabeth Dorothy Ruth and Lloyd and or. Emery of Riverton n. J., spent the week end with mrs. Gladney s sister mrs. Caleb Miller and family. Mrs. Gladney was a former Delta resident. Mrs. A. V. Beakes and mrs. E. K. Wiseman called on mrs. F. Orr last thursday. Or. And mrs. Charles f. Harman and children Alta and Carroll of Wilmington have been spending the past week at the Homes of friends and relatives in this Vicinity. Or. And mrs. W. T. Brown and mrs. Jack Clifford spent Friday in York. Or. And mrs. P. F. Markley and daughter Anna Marie of Elpaso Texas Are spending some time with continued on be the Home of or. And mrs. Rowland Roberts was the scene of a very enjoyable Surprise party on saturday afternoon in Honor of their Nephew Gerald Roberts of Baltimore who had been spending some time at the Rob erts Home. The afternoon was spent in playing games after which Dainty refreshments were served. Those pres ent were Sara Thompson Ruth Wayne Dorothy and Frances Roberts Janet Holland Helen Wirt Louise Willis Paul Wayne Bobby Willis Rowland Para gory Gerald Roberts Thclma Roberts or. And mrs. Row land Roberts. The regular meeting of the social service club of Slateville and Vicinity was held at the Home of miss mar Jorie Switzer on Friday evening. The president mrs. Brooke Snodgrass presided. Various committees were appointed to make definite arrange ments for the production of an oper dairymen attend protest meeting after All business matters had been wheat acreage will be submitted discussed the meeting was turned Over Delta w. T. U. Elects officers to the program committee with miss i Margaret Wheeler As chairman. Dur i ing the program hour the members i of the club were very interestingly i entertained by a talk on my visit to the world s Given by miss Evelyn Grove of Bryansville. The most important factors of this talk were demonstrated by pictures which made it extremely interesting. At the close of the program hour refreshments were served to the Fol lowing members mrs. Brooke Vinod delegates appointed to attend the i grass mrs. Clinton Johnson mrs. Curtis Johnson mrs. Calvin Murphy mrs. Caleb Beard mrs. James hand Ley mrs. William Fisher misses mar Garet Wheeler Verba Snodgrass Mary Elizabeth Jones Nellie Fantom Bounty convention held in York on thursday september 14, were mrs. Warren Pennington and mrs. Jennie Wilson alternates mrs. Arthur heaps and mrs. Butler. The Farmers organization or York county voted unanimously wednesday ight to have its executive committee raw up new contracts Tor the Sale of Nilk to dealers As the present con facts will expire october 1. Dealers signing the contracts will be urfred to by milk Only from organization members. About dairymen attended the meeting in the White Rose Arena and Egan affixing their signatures to petitions protesting the so called Philadelphia milk shed agreement approved by the Federal government upon which hearings will be held be inning next monday in Philadelphia. York county producers arc joining thousands of others throughout the state in protesting Many features of he agreement which was drawn up at a recent meeting of the Cuccu Marie Dinar nor. Mildred Snodgrass Cardiff club meets at Robinson Home Tive committee the following directors of departments were appointed child welfare including mothers meetings and t. B., miss Mary Brown Christian citizenship mrs. Richard Rees evangelistic and Pris on welfare. Mrs. S. Macom tar Flower Mission and Relief and sol Diers and sailors mrs. Henry Poff humane education miss Case Moore legislation and Law enforcement mrs. W. F. Stubbs medal contest mrs. A. H. Zimmerman non Alco Holic fruit products mrs Rightmire parliamentary usage mrs. Clarence Switzer publicity mrs. W. T. Brown Region conference and institutes mrs. John Hammond Sabbath Observance and Bible in Public schools miss Alice Mccurdy scientific tem Perance instruction mrs. O. H. Heaps sunday schools miss Guy Mccurdy Temperance and missions. Mrs. Butler vacation and week Day Bible schools and l. T. L., mrs. Warren Pennington social mrs. Butler mrs. S. Wilson mrs. H. Evans mrs. Richard Recs mrs. A. H. Zim Merman Temperance and missions mrs. Butler chairman slate Ridge mrs. W. H. Galbreath slate Ville mrs. S. Wilson. Delta Metho dist protestant mrs. John Hammond Rehoboth. Marjoric Switzer Mary Johnson and Evelyn Grove. Mrs. Hawkins entertains club Slateville missionary society the ladies missionary society of Slateville presbyterian Church will hold their monthly meeting at the Chapel at 10 a. M., thursday sep tember 14. Hostesses for the Day Are mrs. R. N. Glascow mrs. Albert Jen Kins mrs. George Holland and mrs. S. Barnett. The ladies Are cordially invited to be present at this meeting. The regular meeting of the Cardiff Community club was held at the Home of mrs. Arthur Robinson on Friday evening. The president mrs. W. E. Arthur presided. Miss Alice Mccurdy gave a report of the Secre tary and also had charge of the Roll Call. The treasurer s report was Given by mrs. S. Adams. The literary hour was in charge of mrs. Dooley at which time the following program was Given Reading the miss Guy instrumental Solo miss Louise Robinson quotations by each one present read ing on human mrs. D. A. Bay. The next meeting will be held with mrs. Walter Samsell on Friday evening october 6. Those present were mrs. W. E. Arthur. Mrs. Walter Samsell mrs. D. A. Bay miss Alice Mccurdy miss Guy Mccurdy miss Florence Minnick mrs. Evelyn Ruff mrs. Warren Pennington mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. W. Davis mrs. Dooley mrs. S. Adams mrs. Arthur Robinson Florence Ross Anna Kath Ryn Samsell Sara Adams Louise Robinson and Jean Dooley. The president mrs. O. H. Heaps had charge of the women s social club which met with mrs. A. Haw Kins on Friday evening. After singing several spirited songs Roll Call to which All responded with quotations followed. Interesting incidents which the members had experienced during the summer wore Given after which refreshments were served and a Gen eral social time was enjoyed. The pro Gram committee for next meeting i mrs. S. Barnett mrs. S. Macomber and mrs. W. R. Williams. Members present were mrs. W Jones mrs. S. Macomber. Mrs w. F. Stubbs mrs. Leroy Rigdon mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs. V. G. Stubbs mrs. H. Evans mrs. S. Barnett mrs. .1. H. Stubbs mrs. Howard Proctor mrs Margaret Davis. Guests were mrs. W. Mccormick mrs w. Cave cell both of Philadelphia or. And mrs. Birmingham of Shane md., and mrs. H. H. Houck of my lady s Manor my. While Ford miss Given Parl a party was held at the Home of or. And mrs. William Thompson. Whiteford on Friday september 1, in Honor of their daughter sue Ann who celebrated her 3rd birthday. Those present were Olive and Paul Barben Jean Walker May and Bertha Street Dorothy and Evelyn Morrow Anna cubby Kenneth and Gerry Jones Catherine Sechrist Elizabeth and Margaret Marcella Norman Hooper Helen Mary and Margaret Hopkins Elsie Cantler sue Ann Thompson mrs. Harry Morrow mrs. Harry Thompson mrs. William interest increases in state farm show More space for commercial exhibits at the Pennsylvania farm show Hai been sold up to August 15 than on the corresponding Date of any Yea in the history of the exhibition according to John h. Light show director. All indications Are most encouraging for another record break ing exposition he states. The interest shown by both commercial and competitive exhibitors is far greater than a year ago. The Premium list announcing Casl awards in excess of will b Thompson mrs. Charles Sechrist mrs. Available by september 15. More thar William hop Kiwi. And Clara Jones. 15.000 copies of this publication hav bake Sale bake Sale on saturday september 9, at pen mar theatre under the aus Bacn ordered. They will be distribute to dairymen fruit growers livestock breeders poultry men growers of important Field crops and vegetables farm women beekeepers 4-h club Church celebrates anniversary by All Day meeting Bryansville to celebrate 50th anniversary on september 15. By the inter state milk producers association of Philadelphia. Canneries run full blast peach season comes to a close this week a rally service in Observance of the 77th year of the founding of Tabernacle evangelical Church and the 40th anniversary of the dedication of the present Church building was held on sunday with an All Day meeting in charge of the pastor Rev. Kreidler. A son of the Tabernacle congregation the Rev. Jarrett Mclaughlin Dallastown delivered the Sermon. A history of the Church including the old Church was Given by c. R. Hamilton. A log Church 24 feet Square was built in 1856 and was used by the Southern methodist evangelical de nominations. This building was later weather boarded and used until 1890, in 1s91 while the Rev. H. Goodling was pastor the Cornerstone was Laid for a new Church or the present build ing. The new Church was built on ground donated by Theodore and Sara Mclaughlin and in september 1893, was dedicated with the Rev. I. N. Bair As pastor. The Bryansville Church of the same circuit will observe its 50th anniversary on Friday evening september 15. The Rev. I. N. Bair a former pastor will deliver the address of the evening. At a special service on saturday even ing the Sermon will be delivered by Everett Bailey a student at Reading. Special music be furnished at this meeting. The Rev Markley also a former pastor will have charge of the services on sunday morning. In the evening a pageant the unlighted Cross will be Given by the Church members. W. T. To. Convention to be held in York the forty eighth convention of the women s Christian Temperance Union of York county willbe held Day september 14, in the Trinity evangelical Church York beginning at 10 o clock. There will also a sessions during the afternoon and evening. An attractive program has been prepared. A very cordial invitation is Given to the Public to attend All the sessions and particularly the evening session when that live wire Hon. John a. Mcsparran state Secretary of Agri culture will speak on the Issue of the Day. The Canning season is now at its Peak and Many of the canneries in his Section Are working full blast. A number of Farmers lost their entire Corn and Tomato crops in the storm but this happened Only Here and there. While the pack will be smaller by the amount of produce destroyed the canners Are getting All hey can handle. The promising peach season is coining to its sad end this week. The storm Cost the fruit growers of this Section thousands of dollars. Only the most protected Orchards escaped. One of the fruit growers reports a loss of More than and this was not unusual. The peaches that did come through the storm brought a Price ranging from 15 to 60 cents a Basket. Farmers expect to receive for their Corn this year not less than per ton and probably a 50% raise Over the average Price of tomatoes last year. Set prices have not yet been quoted for Corn and tomatoes but it is believed that the prices will be equally better than in the past few years. Delta schools get off to Good Start the Delta schools opened on tues Day with a total enrolment of 221, of which 11j were entered in the grades Ond 110 in the High school. High school students Are enrolled from peach Bottom Chanceford and lower Chanceford townships. The question of parking space for Hipsh school students who drive cars to school has induced the Borough coun cil to rearrange the Alley connecting the playground of the High school and the property of mrs. Stewart. This Alloy for the past several years has contained a very unnecessary curve and when now straightened will sup ply ample parking space for cars on one Siulc and enlarge the playground on the opposite Side. Flintville prices of the Westminster Guild Chap members and vocational school pupils Ter Ridge Church. In All sections of the Commonwealth. Mrs. Grace Holloway of Havre Cle Grace and Howard Stoner of Ard More. Pa., Are spending a few Days at the Home of or. And mrs. Hutchinson Hamilton. Or. And mrs. Samuel m. Manifold and Little daughter Nancy j., of Woodbine spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Nelson Rowan. Miss Margaret Corning of Chevy Chase md., is spending several Days with her grandparents or. And mrs. W. Morgan Whiteford. John Wolfe and Friend of Lancas Ter spent last week end at the Home of or. And mrs. Marshall Hamilton. Miss Anna Whiteford who has been on the sick list is improving. Or. And mrs. Charles Beard and family of Elkton md., visited friends in this Section on sunday. Ii Pendly Circle of Prospect to meet the Friendly Circle of Prospect will hold their monthly meeting at old Vernon school on monday evening september 11, in place of the regular meeting night. The change being duet the election being held throughout the county. Willing workers reorganize at the regular meeting of the will ing workers class of the m. P. Sun Day school held at the Home of Charles Jones on tuesday evening the class reorganized and elected the following officers to serve during the coming year president Kenneth Ellis vice president Roy Ayres Secretary Charles Jones treasurer Marshall Glenn assistant treasurer. Wilmer Cantler teacher mrs. William Brown. Different items of work were taken up for the year including Bible study. The class adjourned to meet again in october

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