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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaDo our part Deli Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern. Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 38 Delta York county pa., thursday september 21, 1933 Community unites in big recovery drive committee Busy on entertainment for our guests Parade dance free movies band concerts and baseball game will draw a crowd committees Are hard at work Mak ing plans for the entertainment of guests of this Community at the big Celebration next week. These committees were chosen at firemen s Hall committee from a meeting in the tuesday night. A Che Lions club working in cooperation with the recovery committee enthusiastically outlined the plans for the Celebration and delegated specific duties to selected groups the participation of the women of the Community was turned Over to the respective Heads of the local women s Community the women s auxiliary the Library club and the Community club. The leaders of these organizations Are expected to take full charge of the prob Lem of decorations for the town Dur ing the Celebration. Homes will be canvassed and citizens asked to dec orate their houses appropriately. In addition the ladies will arrange As far As is practicable for the entertain ment of the friends of this Community who will come Here from a distance. Marshall heaps was named chair Man of the Parade committee. He will be assisted by c. P. Morton or. Paul Wilhelm Edward g. Ruff and c. C. Stiffler. This committee plans a big Parade on thursday evening which will usher in the Celebration appropriately. In the line of March according to present plans will be the Shrewsbury girls Fife and drum corps the boy scouts various civic fraternal and patriotic organizations and a representation from the Lions club. The Parade will Start at 5 p. M. Thursday. The committee for free movies has for its chairman Rev. B. W. Jones. He will be assisted by Lane Whitaker and Vernon Knopp. The problem of tree movies for the Community guests distribution of complimentary tickets and other Allied problems will be in their hands. Professor a. H. Zimmerman was named chairman of the music com Mittee. With him will serve Robert Roberts and Clarke Gailey. Theirs will be the Job of lining up the musical organizations which will entertain on the three Days. The Fawn Grove band already has promised to come. The baseball committee will be headed by j. M. Dooley the Well known baseball manager. With him will serve Guy Scarborough and Charles Mccann. Theirs will be the Job of lining up a real baseball game and maybe two. They have something very exciting up their sleeves. The parking committee will have r. E. Barnhart As chairman. Samuel Irvin will serve on this committee and the boy scouts Are expected to help out. The reception committee will have As chairman Howard w. Webb. He will be assisted by Robert b. Neeley Stewart Day Wilson Gorrell and Mil Ford Wheeler. Last Bat far from least is the publicity committee. This committee has to do everything that every other committee leaves undone. R. O. Mclaughlin is chairman assisted by or. V. S. Wilkinson and Hubert p. Har Kins. One of their jobs will be to make speeches or rather announce ments Between the free movie shows. And to arrange for a smooth function ing of the Bridge dedication and the Block dance. Next week s Herald times will carry full announcement of the entire program with times dates and places. The big special edition through which Delta merchants Are inviting the Countryside to come to Delta. Cardiff and Whiteford for the big Celebration will be distributed next wednesday morning. Big preparations being made for York fair oct. 3-7 i list known amusement Fea is coming to the fair this year in number of concessions sold in entries of exhibits in cattle poultry and Osiier departments preparations for the York fair october Are far ahead of those of a year ago. The racing program will be the Best Ever presented by the York county agricultural society it is indicated Bys the present Outlook for a big meet. As to the amusement features the acts booked for a big Bill of free attractions Are of the Best known to circus Arenas. They include such thrillers As Proske s Tiger show Hill s baby elephants. Christiansen s Cre Moune stallions the Liazeed troupe of arabian tumblers Tarzan the amazing ape Man Costica Florescu sensational aerialist in the most thrill ing of ail daring Perch acts Paul re mos and his wonder midgets and others making ten famous acts in All. This Brilliant Bill will be topped off with Ernie Young s revue with 40 fast stepping show girls of dazzling Beauty. On thursday night of the fair a real wedding in a gorgeous setting in which More than 100 attendants will participate will take place in front of the grand stand. Exore than a mile of Midway attractions by Click s exhibition shows and a big lineup of concessionaires will Ouer abundance of diversion in that Gay sector of the fair. The great array of displays and multiplicity of attractions will be offered to the Public in an enclosure of 110 acres of richly improved and beautified exhibition grounds and there will be five Days and three nights of it. New Bank committee answers questions on organization c. T. U. Meeting the regular meeting of the w. C. T. U. Will be held at the Home of mrs. Arthur heaps main Street on wednesday september 27, at p. M. A report will be heard from county convention. At the close of the meet ing a prayer meeting will be held. Leader mrs. Marion Macomber. Honor Roll the entertainment for guests and citizens next thursday Fri Day and saturday is possible Only through the cooperation of the advertisers in next week s Herald times. The list to Date is printed herewith. There will be others and a full list will be printed next week. All credit to these men who want to put Delta Cardiff and Whiteford Back on the map As a real live town who want people to come Here and do their business and More than that who Are will ing to take part in the forthcoming Celebration Issue to that end Charles w. Sidwell and son r. O. Mclaughlin pen mar theatre Mason Dixon Lions club Delta Nash motor company a. V. Beakes Harris Bros. N. E. Knopp Superior service station Delta pharmacy George Garber f. W. Wyman Delta service station Delta variety store j Silver insurance Agency s. Dayman dime s Luncheonette Reamer Bros. Stubbs department store h. E. Dooley and son Farmer s department store car Del hotel Williams Bros. Shaving parlor York Telephone Telegraph co. C. Crawford Farmer s Exchange ollies restaurant Ramsay motor company heaps motor company Samuel Fullerton e. P. Mitzel Cardiff milling co. Bros. Glasgow Gailey s ice Cream co. Southern Penna. Power co. Hubert p. Harkins John h. Myers son Williams Bros. Delta Herald times dedication of Fine new Bridge part of Biff show prominent men to Sleak at ceremonies celebrating new Bridge and finishing roads w. C. T. U. Holds 48th annual convention in York organization elects mrs. Frances v. Barnett As Dele Gate to state convention at Norristown plan of assignment plan of assignment of your dividend of old Deposit to be enabled to buy Stock in the new Bank old Deposit amounts to the sum of there is a dividend declared of 10% which makes you have a credit of to be i used anyway you wish but having signed an agreement to buy Stock with this dividend you get a certificate of Stock in the new Bank instead of a credit. Questions find answers regarding the now Bank is Stock in a. New Bank assessable no. Will deposits to Cage after Jan uary 1, 1934 the deposits arc Guaran teed up to after july 1, 1934 when lha Gladstone Bill goes into effect deposits will be guaranteed As follows deposits up to 100 percent deposits from to 000, All Over How Many directors not less than five nor More than 25. Each director shall be a Bonifield owner in his own right of shares of Stock having a value in the aggregate of not less than who will be the directors the directors of an institution arc chosen by the stockholders by ballot. After the directors Are elected by the Stock holders they the directors proceed to select the president vice president cashier and All other officers of the Bank for the term of one year or until the next yearly stockholders meeting at which time they Are either re elected or new directors and officers chosen. What will the present organization committee have to do with the new Bank this committee will have nothing More to do with the now Bank than any other stockholder. As stated above the Bank will be run by directors chosen by the stockholders. At the 48th annual convention of the York county women s Christian Temperance Union held at Trinity evangelical Church York on septem Ber 14, the old officers were re elected with the exception of the vice presi Dent. Mrs. John Hammond of Delta was elected to that office taking the place of mrs. T. C. Smith of red lion who declined renomination. She however continues As chorister and mrs. Theo. Pettit pianist. An impressive feature of the convention was the memorial service conducted by mrs. Lillie Keeney and mrs. George Geisel Man. This service was in Honor of members who passed away during the year. They were or. John Heisler Dallastown mrs. W. Harkins and mrs. Mary e. Dorsey Delta mrs. Clarence Kraft red lion a. D. Col joins Shrewsbury mrs. Paul Hamm. Hallam mrs. M. W. Shambaugh and William Knaub of West end unit York mrs. Margaret Lerew and mrs. Louisa Heikes Dillsburg mrs. Cath Erine Mcginity and mrs. George stall Man of the Mary f. Small unit York. A Beautiful Spray of Gladiolus was in the Basket for each one. Close mrs. Miriam Thomas Sang very sweetly some Sweet mrs. Abel president who had at tended the National convention at Milwaukee gave a very comprehensive report of that meeting which was received with a rising vote of thanks. Mrs. Hazel Cayman of Shiremanstown state director of Loyal tem Perance legion gave a very interest ing address on childhood she fully explained the work being carried on among the Young people and urged the delegates to invest in children in times like a demonstration entitled the House that Beer built was Given by the l. T. L. The corresponding Secretary s re port showed a gain of Twenty seven continued on 4 a Fine program has been arranged for the big Celebration next thursday Friday and saturday. Final definite and positive arrange ments will be Given in detail in next week s big special Community Cele bration edition of the Herald times. Plans Call for the big Bridge Dedi cation program to be held in the High school Park on College Avenue on saturday afternoon. There is plenty of space there for a big crowd. And there will be a big crowd. The list of speakers is not yet com plete but we Are assured that Samuel i s. Lewis Secretary of highways in i the Cabinet of governor Pinchot wil1 be present. This is definite and Posi Tive. It is also definite and positive that e. G. Ruff York county com missioner will be one of the speakers governor Pinchot has been invited but it is not yet known whether he can accept. The governor has a schedule that week for he will Fly to the world s fair next monday and will Fly Back to Harrisburg on wednesday. He is being asked to make a i Quick trip Down Here on saturday. Congressman Harry l. Haines. Of red lion is also being invited and probably will be present. The Celebration is entirely non partisan and entirely non political. According to present plans com missioner Ruff will conduct Brief Dedi cation formalities at old forge and then will drive Down with his party to the school grounds where the real ceremonies it has been a Long time since this Community has had a Chance of Wel coming and entertaining such a distinguished group As will be present and everyone is urged to turn out and hear the addresses which will certainly be More than Worth while. Card party Highland Grange will hold a card party in Highland Hall on Friday night september 29 at 8 p. M. Refreshments will be served. Admission 25 cents. Complete election returns for county Bose Mcciain Payne Folcomer Buser Blum Bupp Claugh Vii mar 3t of ii Eyster Reichard democratic District attorney wareheim.___55b9 Brenneman 4135 Anderson j0ve 2-10 3eesey. G29 county controller Brenneman 4262 Ruby 6163 Kohler 5109 Barten Shlager 2287 recorder of deeds seeker. 3130 Schmuck 1.381 Rohrbaugh 7441 Flaugh 3391 Lvingston director of the 1 Oor for 4 tears Proctor 1357 Brenneman Kaltrider 7265 Myers director of the poor for 2 years Nace Strausbaugh Blacklock jury commissioner Ziegler Winter .t-----1420 vote in Delta Ijo Rogic for local officers gb1 514 4904 1027 1010 1343 gb4 Akpu Bucan decor Der of deeds toward Gilbert director of the poor for 4 years 5879 director of the poor for 2 years bs19 tuber 5379 jury commissioner lease Conner Onk Slothower 809 Drawbaugh. 1c12 Waugh cd 2473 Houseman. 3241 democratic judge William ii. Snodgrass inspector Walter Baker a. 68 assessor j. Ii. Wheeler ._.48 Tav collector Clara m. Galbrcath.50 chief Burgess c. W. Thompson. C8 councilman 3 years w. Ii. Myers a. 64 j. A. Judd .v.59 s. Dayman .j.58 2 years John Norris g2 school directors to. C. Macomber .4.s8 w. Cowley 59 auditor Robert Galbreath .70 Republican judge o c. Jones 114 inspector w. E. Williams 109 assessor ii. Marvin Findlay 10." tax collector Ida Tweedle j01 chief Burgess c w. Thompson j Colin Cilmon s years to. W. Evans j. C. Murphy m ii. W. Butler 2 years Wilson Gorrell 8 school director it Arvic l. Stubbs w. Ii Galbreath 101 auditor a. G. Dunlap vote in pm acid Bottom for local officers democratic Republican judge judge Clifford Ailes j27 e. Stubbs inspector Ralph Fulton tax collector John a. Barton assessor William g. Stewart school director William r. Brown auditor j. Willard Smith Berniee Bulette sails for France miss Bernice Bulette daughter of or. And mrs. Howard Proctor car diff sailed at Midnight monday sep tember 18, from Weehawken aboard the Ilenstein of the Arnold Bernstein line for France where she will Pur sue her studies at a girls boarding school at Bourges France. Miss Bulette is one of fifteen Exchange students sent from Montclair to France to study French. Each student will attend a different school. Miss Bulette expects to is abroad about a year. Community backs big Celebration with enthusiasm Delta Cardiff and White Ford pulling together Fok big time next week All Delta Cardiff and Whiteford rallied behind the proposal for a big Community recovery Celebration. The Lions club with a Roar got behind it to a Man and urged the recovery committee to make the Cele bration coincide with the old forge Bridge dedication the perfect idea. Everybody agreed. So next week on thursday Friday and saturday september 28, 29 and 30, Are to be the Eig Days for Delta Cardiff and Whiteford. Seldom has the old town seen such spontaneous enthusiasm. Everybody is Happy. Everybody is going to have a Good time. From All the Countryside Rounda bout us comes word that they Are All t us. They Are All coming to town on thursday Friday and saturday of next week. And the people of this Community Aren t going to let them Down. No sir we think we know How to make people Welcome. And make them want to come Back. Never before Wavu the townsfolk the merchants the ministers the professional men the working men got ten together with such Good spirits with such Good feeling with such Hail fellow Well met enthusiasm. Every body s for the Celebration. And to nobody goes any credit. It goes to everybody. Anyone who says this Community has no town spirit after this just simply Don t know what they arc talking about. We May have a state line dividing All together. United for our Mutual Good. United to show the world that this old town is a great old place to live in and to shop in and to visit in. We re going to give everybody such a Welcome that they la come Back not once not twice but again and again. Whose party is this it s every body s party. Anybody who starts claiming any credit for putting this Celebration Over is crazy. It could t have been done without the Goodwill arid cooperation of every single Soli tray citizen of Delta. Read the list of advertisers in this biggest of All Herald times editions. And then Don t hop on anyone who in t there. Because everybody who possibly can be listed is there. There in t a slacker in this old town. Cardiff girl weds new Jersey Man slate Ridge presbyterian Church. Cardiff was the scene of a very pretty other a xxi happenings of intent Kef wedding on saturday afternoon sep or. And mrs. F. B. Mcguigan and i grandson Francis Edward mrs. Daughter of or. And mrs. Annie Pyle or. And mrs. Walter of Cardi Becam i Jenkins spent sunday with or bar of Odmund v Aon Clay and family at it. Q v Holcroft Washington. Or. And mrs. William Davis and daughter Mary Elizabeth of Wil Mington Del., were callers at the Home of or. And mrs. C. Crawford on sunday. Or. And mrs. Elwood Flahart of Quarryville. Were Delta callers on saturday. Mrs. S. Barnett is spending some time at Ocean Grove n. J., As guest of her sister mrs. George m. Bren Neman of York. Or. And mrs. E. S. Cesey or. And mrs. Moise Hartman and son Philip of York spent sunday with or. And mrs. C. Crawford. Miss Marian Strayor a member of the faculty of Delta High school underwent an operation at the Union memorial Hospital Baltimore for appendicitis on tuesday evening. Mrs. A. A. Somers and daughter miss Edith spent part of last week with the former s son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Eldon Webb and family of Fawn Grove. Ocean City n. Rev. A. Lewis Hyde pastor performed the ring ceremony in the presence of a number of guests. The Bride was Given in marriage by tier father. She was dressed in White crepe with hat shoes and gloves to match and carried an Arm bouquet of White roses. Miss Dorothea Bulette sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Leonard Paret. Philadelphia brother in Law of the bridegroom acted As Best Man. The Bride is a graduate of Delta High school class of 25, and of West Chester state teacher s College class of 27, and has taught in the Ocean City schools for several years. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ocean City High school and is manager for the american stores company. After a trip to Points South they will be Home after september 23 at 225 Cen trial Avenue Ocean City n. Lift pipe line the pipe line owned by the Mary land pipe line company running across country near Fawn Grove and Delta is being lifted. A Crew of about 40 men Are at work. Most of them Are staying at the car Del hotel. Hank meeting another new Bank meeting is called monday september 25, 1933. All Are invited to come what Progress is being made. Harvest dance Harvest dance at heaps Hall sep tember 22, 1933. Benefit of getting ambulance in running condition. Spa Peri spa Peri

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