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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - September 14, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDeli a Herald to m _ and Northern Harford county Maryland the Only newspaper acutely covering Southern Tor county and Northern Harford county Mariana vol. La. No. 37 former Delta girl receives degree miss Pauline Ramsay r n., has mrs. George Prichard who has been visiting in Baltimore returned to the Home of her daughter mrs. Clydes crets fully passed All examinations j Green necessary in the school of mrs. Charles Davis of Washington a Chicago also the state examination j a c has returned after spending Otto state of Illinois which entitles j some time with Are sister mrs. R. E. To a diploma and degree. She at the Home of her father Rev. 1 org j a mar Steinar of red lion i spent last week with or. And mrs. A. J. Vansant. Or. And mrs. William Dallam and j family of Baltimore spent a Day re a Church Home coming Kaity with or and mrs. Raymond be held at the North Bend ice Church which is connected with the Highland presbyterian Church of i which the Rev. W. A. Price d. D. Is j at this rally or Home coming miss Pauline Ramsay and her father Are to a the honoured guests and Are to take some Active part in the service held in the Church. Ii. C. Ramsay on Chestnut St. Coming rally other local happenings of interest Rey Fred Brookline Penna., to of misses Allie and Guy Millard Tucker of washing ton d c., was the guest of mrs. R. E. Grafton last week. Or. And mrs. C. S. Warner were guests of or. And mrs. A. J. Vansant on sunday. Mrs. Clara Shimp and daughter miss Edna Shimp of Baltimore were week end guests of or. And mrs James swam and family. J mrs. Harry Nickleson and son Evan of Washington Are misses Brown and Cassandra Jones Are at tending the w. C. T. U. Convention in i week. Wallace and miss Kerr of Hopewell. Called on mrs. Mary e. J Wallace last sunday. I or and mrs. William Pearce and j mrs. Albert Ruff spent a Day recent i by in York. I or. And mrs. James e. Schenck of i Cardiff spent the week end with relatives in Aberdeen. Mrs. Mary e. Morris Delta will i return to Cedar Crest College on Sun Day for her senior year. Mrs. Clara Pugh Holmes Penna Harry z. Heaps and motored to Balti Hill chapter of the american to those leaving town to return were misses Margare and Ruth Grid and or. Earl Tutte Community recovery Celebration plans Are underway apr a great Community recovery Celebration in Delta Cardiff and Whiteford. Fawn Grove hcs its fair. Red lion has its gala week. Bel air has a Bio fair. This Community Iov year has had nothing to compare with these great Community enterprises. J Delta Cardiff and Whiteford boosters say this has Crone on Lono enough. Perhaps our troubles Are bringing is closer together but anyway the idea of a recovery Celebration if being received with great enthusiasm the Dlan has not yet reached the stage where definite and be made but sufficient Progress has been made to the announcement that the Celebration will be staged. The Herald times is sponsoring the Celebration. Bur Gess Charles w. Sidwell is enthusiastically behind the As the greatest attraction for the people of this Community and forties around All the largest stores will run self sales the cooperating Are demonstrate beyond the Shadow of a doubt that Delta cads and Whiteford is the Best place for the people of Southern York and Northern Harford counties to shop. Randall o. Mclaughlin has consented to act As can Man of the recovery Celebration assisted by the Rev. B. W Jones and prof a. H. Zimmerman. They Are already works a on an ambitious program for the entertainment of the throngs who will Koine to this Community during the Celebration. Watch the Herald times for details. The Date will probably be announced next week. Pylesville Robert Lee of new York City was week end guest of mrs. Harry web Ster near Here. Steve Webster returned Home Sun Day after spending the summer in a Camp in the state of Maine where he served As a councilor of the Camp. Or. And mrs. Charles Street and family spent several Days last week at the Home of or. And mrs. Delmar Whiteford and family of near Here. Or. And mrs. Walter Baldwin and sons Robert and Clifford miss Evelyn Flaharty and William Baldwin spent sunday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. James winemiller and fam by of Stewartstown. Or. And mrs. Howard Keeney and family and mrs. Earl Wilhelm were thursday guests of or. And mrs. James swam. Or. And mrs. Edgar Williams of Booster Bank meeting a Success new Bank plan Analysed thoroughly at meeting of tuesday night hink had the blues and sunday some of East fall Virginia spent last Sun Day at the Home of mrs. Benjamin j Williams. Miss Sadie Hilton is spending some time with or. And mrs. Charles Fla Harty of Baltimore. Or and mrs. Edward Bailey and daughter Marian of Philadelphia or and mrs. William Bailey and Little a or daughter Virginia of Kennett Square or. And mrs. B. Frank Howard of alter the meeting of the old Bank i on Friday August 11, everybody i on saturday the boys got together to talk the situation Over and decided there was nothing to be by talk but we needed action. Accordingly. K. C. Whiteford Arthur Robinson Paul Wilhelm. C. P. White Ford f. C. Thomas. S. Maconber w. E. Arthur and Scarborough arranged with judge Stock for a con Ference on monday evening. August 14. 193s. After getting some of the Legal views of the judge we decided of organize ourselves into a commit tee to Start things off which was done on the same evening in the residence of judge Stock. Selected Henry c Whiteford As chairman and elected Paul Wilhelm treasurer and Scarborough Secretary. At the same time it was decided we fire causes heavy loss Lapidus md., experienced one of the worst fires in its history when the nine room House owned by e. H. N. R. A. Flag is at Morris Plant in Fawn Grove last meeting at Scarborough Grove us o. Kern Home sunday after spending j Wood burned to the ground with a two weeks with a and mrs. Norman amount no to miss Betty Boone Neikirk lived with or. Wood discovered the h. Wheeler. Miss Rebecca Brooks daughter of or. And mrs. Harry m. Brooks. Delta left on wednesday for Penn state College where she will take up journalism. Miss Brooks Cousin prof. E. L. Maffitt is state director of farm management at Penn state. 1 mrs. Hugh t. Hughes and mrs. Albert Ruff attended the funeral of Michael Hose of Dallastown on thursday. Thomas Mundorf. Of the K. Ovalle inc., Harrisburg stopped off j Here for a to remove some of the furniture. The Havre de Grace fire co. Was called and with the Aid of chemicals were Able to save nearby Homes. Sewing factory busier Ever with biggest payroll in history the Morris manufacturing Pany of Fawn Grove is under the R. A. It was one of the first sewing factories in the county under the president s the last meeting of the Scarbor Ough Grove meetings which have been held every sunday evening j during the summer months will be hold sunday september 17. The Rev. George h. Bennett pastor of Wilson memorial Church Washington d. C. Be the speaker for the evening. Rev. Or. Bennett As former pastor of the Church was founder of the scar Seville William Baldwin of wind Tsor were sunday guests of or. And mrs. John h. Baldwin of this place. Elwood Mason of Pocomoke City is spending his vacation at the Home of mrs. Maud Kent of near Here. Mrs. Emma Woods of rocks spent last week at the Home of or. And mrs. John Swift of near Here. Or. And mrs. R. L. Linkous and son Frank and miss Nellie Whiteford spent last sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Gil nor Ramsberger. Edgar Neu arrived Home last week from port Arthur. Texas to spend his vacation with his parents or. And mrs. R. A. Neu. Charles Hoy of Carlisle ta., spent the week end at the Home of or. And mrs. Phineas Morris. Delegation files petition for new Road Southern York and Northern har hero for a Short time today thurs Lford county residents Are waiting Day on hts Way to the Stewartstown hopefully for favourable word from the with the general electric kit York county on their i petition for improvement of the Road from Constitution to the Maryland of Baltimore is spend fair Chen. Ray Spidle. Ing a ten Days vacation with his Mother mrs. Elizabeth Spidle. Mrs. S. J. Barnett had As her guests last week her son d. Alva Barnett to sign up agreement. The company is operating at top Speed with about 80 employees. The weekly payroll is rapidly approaching a week which spells real Prosperity in Fawn Grove. The minimum wage under the code signed by the Morris Plant is a week except for learners. All the new machinery recently Pur chased is being operated at top Speed. The second floor formerly used As a sort of town Hall is now a scene of real activity. A. H. Morris is delighted with the pickup in business under the R. A. The textile code has eliminated Cut ago. The Robinson Quartetti or. An mrs. Harry Robinson and or. And mrs. Arthur Robinson of Cardiff will furnish special music at this meeting. The Public is cordially invited to at tend. Anniversary party Given Cardiff lady Church to celebrate 50th anniversary line. A delegation consisting of Burgess Charles w. Sidwell of Delta Burgess a h Morris of Fawn Grove Road Wou v lie a i. It i and grandson Mac Barnett of new supervisor Thomas Glackin Charles Conn and Clicker Seymour. Pie and Willis Buletty had a hearing of Philadelphia. J before the county commissioners in mrs. William j. Robinson spent a York last week few Days visiting her daughter mrs. J commissioners promised to Milton h. Thompson and family. Take the matter under consideration or. Rose a. Bower has Bren spend i but Cupi Aind that the necessity of sometime with mrs. Webster at a number of Bridges washed inc Home of or. And mrs. Sanders at qut by the goods had caused an acute special services in commemoration of anniversary september 15, 16 and 17. Junt Throat Competition from the sweat shortage of county funds for Road j purposes. Commissioner Wilmington Del. Or. Bower and mrs Webster were missionaries at the same time in Africa. Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones teacher res soul himself As very much inter t i Ruff however cd at Shiloh spent the week end with j a std m Ulo plan Arla hopeful that her parents or. And mrs. Nicholas some Long could be done soon. The delegation told the York Corn Jones. Ellis h. Hughes of Baltimore spent the week end at the Home of his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Gilbert Ruff. Mrs. Mary Herrman of Delaware called on mrs. Mary e. Wallace last sunday. Miss Romaine Morris spent the week end with her Cousin. Miss re Becca Brooks. Or. And mrs. Norris Wise and child Ren Dolores and Jackie red lion spent the week end with mrs. Wise s parents or. And mrs. P. E Baker. Or. And mrs. Jacob j. Ruff and or. And mrs. Albert Ruff spent a Day recently with the former s son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Edgar Ruff and family near Dallastown. Or. And mrs. Fred Bennington have returned to their Home in Edgemont pa., after visiting mrs. Elizabeth Bennington and other relatives Here. Donald Snyder son of or. And mrs. Roy d. Snyder and Paul Wise son of or. And mrs. Walter Wise Delta shops. The sewing plants hereabouts have a real grievance however m the wage differential with the South. In the South operators Are allowed a slightly lower wage scale because of the lower Cost of living. This is decidedly unfair to the Northern manufacturers who have to higher Power rates and also have to absorb higher costs of freight on raw materials. But right now the Plant at Fawn has All it can do and everyone is Happy however present contracts Call for a continuation of present activity until Christmas at least when new contracts probably will be Forth or. And mrs. John Grimm entertained tuesday evening in Honor of mrs. Grimm s birthday anniversary. A luncheon was served. The table was beautifully decorated with Cut Iov Era and candles and in the Center the Stock Cost the buyer this Stock is non assessable and according to the new 1933 Dank Law deposits arc to be guaranteed. Section 31 of the act of Congress approved june 6, 1933 provides that the number of directors of a National Bank shall not be less than five 5 nor More than Wenty five 25 and that each director shall be a Bona fide owner in his own right of shares of Stock having a value in the aggregate of not less than s1500 00. We then had our next meeting in connection with a committee appointed by the Lions club which included r. J3. Netley m. A. Hyson and Guy Scarborough which committee was absorbed by the original committee. It was then decided that each one of these original committee men select a partner and take the subscription lists which were and sell Stock. Our next meeting was held and it was found Thuro were questions com ing up with which these workers were not familiar and it was decided a committee await on the comptroller to ascertain what we could and could not do. Accordingly Paul Wilhelm. Frank Thomas and Scarborough wont to Washington where we interviewed the Bryansville evangelical congregation will commemorate their 50th anniversary with special ser vices september 15, 16 and 17. Friday evening september 15 at p. M., the Rev. E. J. Bayne will be the main speaker. Rev. Or. Bayne served the Bryansville congregation from 1918 to 1922. He is now minis Ter of the Lewistown Church. The Rev. Erwin Bailey jr., will have charge of the service on Satur Day evening september 16 at p. The Rev. Bailey jr., was born missioners that Maryland had prom ised to extend its improved Road if the Pennsylvania authorities would do their share. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is now constructing one mile of this Short stretch from Fawn Grove. When completed it will be possible to go to Fawn Grove on improved Pinchot Low Cost Macada med Highway by Way of Bryansville. Coming. Under the Bine Eagle Many additional names add j to R. A. Roll at Delta okla schools enrol 242 pupils Post office at Bryansville during his father s pastorate there. He is now studying at Albright College in preparation for the ministry. The Rev. I. C. Bailey served the Bryansville congregation from 1912 to 1916. During this time the parsonage at Bryansville was built. Rev. Or. Bailey is now pastor of the evangelical Church at Windsor Penna. The Bailey family will furnish special music at this service. A. N. Bair a son of the Rev. I. N. Bair who served Bryansville charge from 1893 to 1896, will have charge of the sunday school service on sunday morning at a. The Rev. I. N Bair has retired from the ministry and is now living at Williamsport Penna. His health will not permit was a Large birthday cake presented by a daughter miss Elsie. Music was furnished by the Flaharty orchestra. Those present were or. And mrs. John Grimm. Or. And mrs. George Grimm and granddaughter Erma Grimm of Fawn Grove or. And mrs. George Grove of Stewartstown or. And mrs. Herman Grimm and Daugh Ter miss Delia Grimm or. And mrs. Walter Ropka and son Walter jr., or. And mrs. Pearie Baldwin Ray mond Thorpe mrs. William Benson and son William jr., All of Baltimore or. And mrs. Edward Williams and daughter Jane Marie. Or. And mrs s. John Norris or. And mrs. Melvin l. Norris or. And mrs. Howard Fow ice and daughter Patty mrs. Jacob heaps or. And mrs. Chester o. Hoi Dan and son Gwynne l. Holden mrs Laura Michael or. And mrs. John or. Gibbs Lyons Deputy comptroller of currency on August 30, 1933. Or. Lyons proved to to one of the Ken so. the committee Ever had to privilege to meet. He informed s a corporation or trustee cannot Rstituto proceedings for collection of sects in other words we could not it As liquidators Flaharty misses Oleta Welsh Fred and Elsie Grimm. Messes. Charlo and Dale Sanders Mort Wise Eddi Grimm Jesse Flaharty and William Hopkins. West Bangor the 1933-34 school term Delta schools opened on Kepi 5 with n total enrolment of 242, 125 of which arc in the grades and 117 in the High school. They Are classified As follows first 16 second 12 third 14 fourth. 25 fifth 20 sixth 9 seventh 16 eighth 13 freshmen 43 sophomores 32 the following names have been registered at the Delta Post office under the Blue Eagle chs. A. Mclaughln w h. Myers Howard h. Houser a p Tea company i. W. Chand ice Harvic l. Stubbs. Delta service station Delta Market House the Delta pharmacy Delta Nash Charles f. Picked Galley s ice Cream and co s him to attend this Church anniversary. At the worship at 11 o clock the Rev. L. P. Markley a former pastor from 1925 to 1930, will have charge. The pageant the unlighted Cross by Dorothy Clarke Wilson will be presented on sunday evening at the characters Are James Mai or and mrs. William Chappell and son and daughter of Philadelphia spent the week end with Margaret and Evan Roberts. Miss Dorothy Williams spent Sun Day with her grandmother mrs. Elizabeth Davics. Paul Miller who has been employed n the Havre de Grace Orchards had the misfortune to get the end of his thumb Cut off. Miss Mary e. Williams a trained nurse of Baltimore is spending her vacation with her brother in Law and William t. Morris and Daugh for the old Bank. He also gave us to understand the dept. Vitally and keenly interested in getting a now Bank in our town rid we could count upon the dept. To do All m its Power at any time to lid and assist us. To then had our next meeting at which inc boys who went to Washington made their report. After it was decided to i i mooting where every Coull explained at once who a was done very ably by Rev. Vav. L j v Onnink Nyrl Roger White Ford. Tho people arc asked if a new Brink is in nerd and How bad they want it by the amount of their subscription which brings matters up to Date and puts the situation directly up to you. Get in touch with some of the committee and sign up. Watch next week s Issue for subscription list and the major details of our banking proposition. Or and mrs. Waiter Viau d entered Penn state College on juniors 27 seniors 1. I a to wednesday. Or. William a. Doeppers of Indian continued on Page three professor a. H. Zimmerman reports conditions As being favourable and the company Clayman. Dooley s service station Williams Harris Brothers Delta packing co., David Hur l. Pomraining Chas. F. Roth w. E. Williams. Do card print Lory a prominent Layman. Carl Sny Keith Mallory his son Ernest Wakefield. The Young pastor Rev Whiteford child fatally injured All a thinks of nieces ters. The Rehoboth congregation were pleased to Welcome their pastor and w. Car Ca loves children. Viola Wise Jane Gray to whom religious education is son my Rimov a Mccleary Ca vacation but a Challenge Del hotel Arthur l. Yahoo John t. Who dreams Butler mrs. Has 1 Outlook for a successful year is Good. O ing company Edward g. Ruff Robert l. Thompson. Of the future Henry Mobley Peter Smythy who dreams of the past continued on 4 new Bank meeting a meeting of the subscribers of the new Bank now being organized will b held in the firemen s theatre on Mon Day evening september 18. News Laferr four year old or. Ani mrs. Ii Auk May four year old a tighter of or. And mrs. John Haukol near White Ford was fatally injured on sunday at o Clork p. When struck by the fender of an automobile occupied by mrs. William Farrell and miss Warfield both teachers in the Dublin High school. The child darted across the Road after leaving an automobile belonging to Clarence Huff in which she and her father had been Riding. Or. W. E. Arthur of Cardiff was called but the child Only lived a few minutes after being hit. She is sur Vived by her parents and one sister. Newspaper
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