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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - September 20, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times the Only newspaper Ademia Elv vol. Lvi. No. 37 Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Delta York Harford county Maryland Church societies present programs mrs. J. Adams entertained the slate Ridge missionary society at her Home in Cardiff Friday afternoon. As Secretary of stewardship she had charge of the meeting and conducted the devotions. Mrs. M. Macomber president had charge of the business session. Prayer for missionaries was offered by mrs. Mary Dooley. The following program was presented immortal mrs. Frank Grove stewardship of family mrs. Harold Stokes simplicity of living May mean grandeur of mrs. Walter Stewart vocal Solo mrs. Floyd Wyman mrs. O. H. Heaps gave a talk on and mrs. A a. Bay on the american Daugh Ter of chinese the subjects of the Day. A special stewardship Story entitled financial was Given by mrs. Howard Proctor. The following were present Mes Dames c. Clarke Gailey o. H. Heaps j. Walter Stewart d. A. Bay Franx 33. Grove w. B. Davis Mary Dooley Howard l. Walker m. Clarence p. Scarborough Howard j Proctor John Wheeler Graham Thompson Edward Wilson Floyd Wyman s. J. Adams and miss Beryl Yinan. Mary Hyde club meets the Mary Hyde social club of the slate Ridge Church met on Friday evening with mrs. Clell Asbury. Mrs. Merton Serr was assistant hostess. Those present were mesdames Lida Cox William m. Hughes Mary Doo j Ley Viola Arthur Floyd Wyman ru-1 pert Stubbs Marshall heaps Harvey Sidwell Ida Tweedle William scouts pass tests add new members Twenty one members attended the meeting of the Delta boy scout troop held in the fire company Hall on monday night. Scoutmaster r. E. Barnhart was in charge and the meeting opened with the scout oath and Law followed by scripture read ing by the chaplain Robert Macom Ber. Routine business followed Dur ing which two new scouts George Saer and Vallie Williams were accepted by the troop. Passing was in charge of scouts Jack Bulette. W. Wilson Gal and the assistant scoutmaster Robert a breath. The tests passed were knife and Hatchet by Billy Cowley William Arthur heaps Scott Whiteford James Greider George Baer Proctor Sidwell Fred Johnston and Curtis Scott second class signalling John Russell Wil Liams safety Charles Harry judg ing Paui Noerr and Robert Macomber. The scoutmaster and Robert Macomber had charge of the games. Thursday the country weekly editorial hold meeting ing five seconds. All future meetings win consist of three Ness tests and games. Girls enjoy hike Camp fire supper plan organization monday evening about Twenty parents and interested persons met in Delta High school building and Larry Butler Guy Scarborough Paul Wumely r6ad newspaper editor some of our big including important advertisers fail to appreciate the import Ance of weekly newspapers. Their influence on Public opinion excels that of All other publications in the country 1? a Community May do one of two things Crip ple its energies Dwarf its growth and impoverish its life by withholding support from its weekly paper or it can Speed hip processes of growth and Progress and enrich its life by co operating with it. Martha Washington Council no. 101, daughters of America met in Myers Hall on monday evening with councilor Mabel Blaney in the chair. Following the business session stunt night was observed and a social hour enjoyed. After refresh ments were served the meeting adjourned. New football squad swings into action with the opening of school the Delta High football team swung in to action with its initial practice. New equipment has been secured and preparations have been started for a hard playing schedule. Games will be arranged so that there will be a Jame every week until the close of he season. Six veterans of last year s squad will be badly missed. They include Stubbs the Large full Back who scored against a Felsburg after a 60-Yard run Krick end Jones tackle my Grady guard Flahart tackle and late tackle. Only one team on this year s schedule was played last season. The Julta team was Defeated in its open lug game by the Columbia or. Var Ity eleven by a 6-0 score but came Lack Strong the following saturday c trounce Dillsburg h. G. To the Une of 19 to 6. Booze. Movies fags without mincing words the Rev. W. L. Mccormick of Philadelphia made a bold attack on the liquor traffic salacious movies and Cigar Ette smoking by women in his address at the closing session of the 49th annual convention of the York county w. C. T. Held at York last thursday. Mrs John Hammond vice presi Dent presided at each of the three sessions in the place of mrs. I. B. Abel president who was absent on account of illness. Or. Mccormick urged his heavers to Lenew their fight on the liquor business saying the present Day Tan room is different one c from its predecessor the Saloon i that there Are now women in picture whereas before prohibition the Beer dispensaries were frequented by men Only. Former citizen Dies at was Tojo Hospital Jerry Bennington a retired Slater a resident of pen Argyl former y of the Delta Community thursday of last week at the Easton Hospital aged 65 years. Besides two on a step son two step daughters 9 grandchildren and four grandchildren there survive rot hers Edwin and Casper both in in West and two Sisters mrs. L Erha Boyle Delta and mrs. Mary Cott Willu sport. He was a son of he late Samuel and Elizabeth Page Bennington. He was buried in fair new cemetery pen Argyl on Sal mrs. J. Barnett entertained a number of friends at cards at her Home in Delta wednesday evening. Great hold reception for new pastor nearly one Hundred fifty Persona gathered at the slate Ridge manse on last thursday evening to extend their greetings and Welcome to the new pastor the Rev. James l. Grazier or. This vast assemblage of members and friends is a splendid testimonial o he popularity of their Young Pas Tor and ought to be a source of great encouragement to him in the begin Ning of his ministry Here. The group joined in singing sever Al selections after which the Rev. A. Hyde pastor emeritus gave a cheering address and offered prayer. The Rev. Or. Grazier responded in a Short but appropriate speech. Miss Margaret Stewart recited a kiss in greetings were Given by the Rev. B. W. Jones and j. T. Grove. Material evidence of the Congregaci Ion s sincerity was shown by the gift f a Cabinet filled with jellies and fruits. I Day. Hours delightful refreshments were served to the following Mesa pics Howard Proctor jr., Laura Bulette Ida Tweedle Jacob Yerkes Howard Walker and misses Eleanor manifold and Cassandra Jones. Due to the difficulty or securing a satisfactory playing Field Only two ome games will be scheduled. All onic and foreign games will be sat Day games and will begin at s. T. The Only exception will be the game at Columbia which will be on a Friday at 4. P. M. Veteran candidates reporting for the first practice were Donald Hickey half Back Elaine Williams full Back Leroy Kohlbus Quarter Back Benny Tobin Quarter Back Thomas Brooks end Sidney Bennington guard Thomas Crawford tackle Charles Johnston Center Roland Parthree tackle Donald Dick guard and Wilson Galbreath tackle this team not Only desires but de serves the Loyal support of the Citi Zens of the Community so that More Home games May be scheduled for next season. Games scheduled so Rar Are As follows Columbia or. Varsity octo Ber 5 red lion h. S., october 20 new Freedom h. S., october 20 West York h. S., november 17. The com plete schedule will be published later. Open new store John f. Wise who was employed by a. V. Beakes at the Delta mar Ket House has entered into partner his father in Law at the people s w. E. Lunch ship with Williams u room where in addition to the Tau rant business they will conduct a grocery store. Attention is called to their advertisement urn. In another col attend the Rev. James l. Grazier jr., elder l. Graham Thompson represented the slate Ridge presbyterian Church at the fall session of the presbytery of Donegal held at Chest nut level presbyterian Church Mon Day and tuesday of this week. The Rev. Wesley p. Hemphill pm. D., was installed As Moderator of the presbytery for the ensuing term of four months. Predicts debauchery the thing that is going to Lay the foundation for a wave of debauchery of the Young manhood of America such As we have never yet seen is the the speaker said. We can expect this wave within ten or fifteen years if America follows the same path it is now speaking of Drunken driving speaker said the deplorable thin about this liquor situation is that the state permits Beer to be dispensed almost at every filling station and then turns about and arrests the Drivers who buy other fronts on which we must marshal our or. Mccormick continued Are those of the moving picture Industry and cigarette smok ing by women. Present Day movies Are the greatest trainers of criminals in America today and they must be told to clean up or shut up recent Bride receives miscellaneous Shower supper and fair there will be a supper and fair at it. Nebo Church saturday night september 22. Public invited. Notice a Shower was give in Honor of mrs. Franklin Pyle at the Home of Mary Elizabeth and Elinor Morris last Friday evening. A Large number of useful and Lovely gifts were received. Those present were mesdames James Morris Franklin Pyle Hubert p. Harkins Helen n. Williams Max Well Scarborough Rooert c. Rob erts James Courtney j. T. Gal breath Arthur heaps Margaret Schrepfer Everett s. Kilburn Anna j. Griffith Anna Ellis Jones Vernon Knopp Hugh r. Evans Lester Wil Liams Edward Stewart Byron Wil Liams Bertha Neeper Bingley Dick Kenneth Jones Jennie Wilson Hugh Poff jr., Howard l. Walker and misses Sara Evans Ida Duphorne Mabel g. Ailes Erma Williams Myra Williams Mary h. Williams Mary Duphorne Sada Pyle Dorothy Wil Liams Betty Griffith and Belva Wil son. Local people participate Rev. Or. Mccormick was introduced by Rev. John Hammond Delta. Thai devotions at the closing session were led by m. Katherine Garrett. Among the officers re elected at the morning session to serve another year were mrs. John Hammond vice president and mrs. Frances v. Barnett recording Secretary both of Delta. Also among the superintendents whose appointments were made by the executive committee and announced Barnett were mra. W. T. Brown Young people s Branch and mrs. Frances v. Barnett Public Ity and Union signal promoter. The Delta members of the w. C t. U., who attended the convention were mesdames John Hammond Charles Cooper Richard Recs c. C. Butler Frances v. Barnett w. F. Stubbs and miss Mary Brown. Mrs. Lillie keenly was appointed Delegate to attend the state Conven tion Wilkes Barre next month. Not the Book accounts of the de card printing company inc. It has had no part m any attempts to collect moneys due that corporation by Legal process. To blame it for what has been done is unfair and unjust and no one thoroughly conversant with the deep deep in this matter been made the of cd cum stances Over which they had no control and persons who Are disposed to be fair will try to acquaint themselves with the truth before attaching blame meanwhile we Are going on trying to give the com the very Best paper Public patronage will Pussy remember this the better the support the better Tho paper will be. If you Don t do your part you to complain. But those who by renewals and orders for Job printing make scandal rocks Delta Man Well known locally involved Fred c. Jones sued for breach of Promise Edward n. Hall publisher. What s going on the social club of slate vice Church will hold a quilt and Flower show at the Chapel on Friday night septem Ber 28, and the afternoon and night of the saturday following. Prizes will be awarded. Those wishing to exhibit Flowers or quilts will please notify miss Margaret Enfield phone 98-4-4. The Slateville Guild Circle will hold a bake Sale in the Hawkins building saturday september 22. There will be a supper and fair at it. Nebo Church saturday night september 22. Bake Sale the Slateville Guild Circle will hold a bake Sale saturday sept 22 in the Hawkins building. Cakes pics Rolls and other things for Sale. 9-20-lt it has recently been rumoured that a Well known Man locally has be come entangled with a woman. A scandalous situation is the result. He is being sued for breach of Promise. The appalling situation is being clothed in dark secrecy. To Date tie can be Learned concerning the facts of the Case except that the Plain tin s name is Nellie Bly. Tha defendant in. The Case who is the Vic Tim or Nellie s is Freddy Jones. It 13 said that most of Tho leading of Delta will be m Tho Case in one Way or another. Dates set for the notorious trial Are september 28 and 29. This is the time that Freddy will know his Fate. In addition it is said that the woman s auxiliary of the Delta Cardiff fire co. Has important information concerning the trial which they Are withholding for the present. Import ant announcements will to made in those columns at a later Dato the question is who is Nellie newspaper newspaper
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