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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - September 27, 1934, Delta, PennsylvaniaA Delta Herald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Lvi. No. 38 Delta York county pa., thursday september 27, 11578 two die suddenly others also pass Frank l. Seattle following an illness lasting three weeks Frank l. Beattie a Well known resident of Cardiff died at his Home on tuesday Forenoon aged 5s years. At the time of his death or. Donald Jones has birthday Surprise Donald Jones Whiteford was very agreeably surprised when a number of his friends dropped in at his Home on Friday night to help him celebrate his 21st birthday anniversary. A very pleasant evening was spent enlivened by games and music. A number of useful and Beautiful presents were received. At the end of the evening Beattie was a member of the firm of i refreshments were served when the Only yesterday Constitution couple have Surprise party the Whiteford packing company and was associated with his son in Law ii Arles Wallsm in the operation of Ile Circle serv be station near Pylesville. He was Accili guests departed wishing Donald Many More Happy birthdays. Those present were misses Olive j Norris Doris Lloyd Phoebe Mckin Ley Frances Legrande Mary Atkins with Esti Ratier. Lodge a. V. Louise Mcfadden Kathryn Galbreath a. M., the or. O. To. A. M., and the ajl Iorii Emma Everett Mary Delta Lodge of the i. O. O. F. He j Bennett Esther Ford Margaret pen was an Active member of slate Ridge , Ellen and Grace Bartol presbyterian Church and had served As superintendent of the sunday school at that Church for a number of years. He was an ardent Republican and for Many years was a Mem Ber of the Board of election Tuper _ visors county. Formerly he represented the metropolitan life insurance co. In this territory. Villiam Amos or. And mrs. C. Are his widow mrs. J a Pennington. Mesdames George messes. Henry Ford Kermit Orr Edward Sliver James Greider Wilbur j Norris Edward Jones Clifford Greid j or Donald Hughes Harrold Lloyd Dooley Whiteford Donald and Hugh j Jones. Or. And mrs. Owen Greider i. And mrs. Marshall Hughes or and mrs. Bernard Atkins or. And Jones William Mcfadden Ozella Wertz Hugh Jones and Viola Jones. Mary Beattie two daughters mrs. Lois Dallam Delta mrs. Sue Snow grass Bel air his Mother mrs an j Nie p. Beattie who made her Home with him and five grandchildren. The funeral will take place Fri Day with private services at the Home at o clock followed by Public services at slate Ridge Church at 3j five visiting companions were o clock. Burial will be in slate Ridge present at the convocation of Shinar j cemetery. Funeral director h. P. J commander no. 143, k. Of m., held Harkins has charge of the arrange a last week in Myers Hall. The visit knights of Malta j install officers gasoline tax Chamch clubs hold round of meetings or. And mrs. Frank Swift of Constitution were Given a pleasing sur an interesting. Program was enjoy prise by a number of their friends to f de by the members of the social club one night last week in Honor of their _ j fifth wedding anniversary. A Delight when they met 09 Friday at the Home Ful evening was spent and Many use of mrs. Charles a. Hawkins. Mrs. Ful and Beautiful gifts were received. Refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs. G. Stubbs presided and members responded to their names at Roll Call Roland heaps and children Mary Jane and Roland jr., and Donald Eugene or. And mrs. Walter Swift i with Apt quotations. Mrs. B. W Jones gave an interesting account of the Gariett memorial Church at Fenn Iyan n. Y. Mrs. Huntzberger or. And i mrs. Ramsay Webb or. And mrs. Those attending were mesdames George Wilson or. And mrs. Vernon h. J. Evans b w. Jones Leroy Rig Wilson or. And mrs. Henry Redman and daughter Ruth mrs. Ella red Man mrs. John Wilson or. And mrs. William Swift Jeanette Marie mar Vin and Margaretta Swift mis. Cora Whiteford Jack Whiteford or. And mrs. Walter Scott Lewis and Eugene Scott Evelyn Miller Vernon bums and or. And mrs. Frank Swift. Who is Nellie Ely Mason Dixon Lions win double honors m ends. I ors All past commanders and Mem. Fred c Jones knows but he refuses to Tell who is Nellie Ely that is the Aon Margaret Davis j. H. Stubbs Richard Rees S. Macomber v. G. Stubbs o. H. Heaps s. J. Barnett w. R. Williams Howart Proctorsr. C. C Butler Charles a. Hawkins and the following visitors mrs. Vince Stubbs and daughter Mary Ann .1 Birmingham Ala. Class has Doggie roast members of the men s Bible class of the first P. Church combined duty with pleasure on tuesday even ing when they paid a visit to the Home of James Burkins Rocky Springs. Counting members and friends about thirty seven were in the party. As one of the number de big question of the gues it the evening was most Tion that has been asked Over and Over again since the scandalous i crowd patrolmen face the judge it has become quite a habit for the Mason Dixon Lions club to come apparently Addison Badders of away with honors from the joint Street md., and Dale Shanbarger Bers of Sandilands commander of j meetings they attend. At the Region of Fawn Grove Are not friends of York were Charles Beard a. C. Wil a Al meeting recently held at the Jar especially state High Hugh Jones aged 55 years r a Hummer h. A. Monay i Yorktown hotel York the patrolman g. J. Sweeney or his club won the travelling which fellow officer W. Hughes for it was awarded on the basis of thesis said that on sunday night the two members present and the mileage i officers attached to the York sub travelled the local club having then i station were forced to leave the to me members present. This j Highway in a hurry to avoid a head Hugh. F. Jones former resident of Cardiff died Sud and j a Denly Early monday morning from next tuesday evening october 2, an attack of acute indigestion at his j Deputy grand commander w. K. S. Home in Philadelphia. He was a son i Hershey of York be present to of the late or. And mrs. Hugh w. Stall the officers of the local com Jon Sand removed to Philadelphia 25 Mandery. The elected officers for the j travelling lion is Bronze and years ago. Ensuing term Are sir Knight six pounds. It will remain the he leaves a widow mrs. Maude Mander Delmar Myers Gener Alissi property of the Mason Dixon club tin Stewart Jones two daughters Helen John Jjck cd Captain general and Kathryn at Home three Sisters a Barnhart prelate Lawrence mrs. Emma Scotten Baltimore mrs. J Soa Dorough senior Warden we. Margaret Proctor Delta and miss j Mclaughlin and ass t recorder s. Flora Jones Cardiff two Brothers j Cayman. Robert and Melvin Jones Philadel phia and his step Mother mrs. E. P. Mitzell Cardiff. Funeral services were held at his a Large delegation representing the York Adams District will be present to introduce to the local order the game of Dart which has late Home on wednesday evening p0puiar with the knights of 7 o clock. Today the body was brought Malta throughout Pennsylvania to slate Ridge presbyterian Church the entertainment committee con where further services were held at sisting of companions Delmar Myers til at some future meeting some other club wins it from them. Eleven clubs were represented and a Fine program was presented. The first prize of five dollars for stunts was also won by the Mason Dixon club by its vocal sex Tette. The members of the club Are to be congratulated in their splendid Success. For some time at almost every meet ing of this character this club has made a splendid showing. 2 o clock. Burial was in slate Ridge cemetery. Jesse e. Sanders overcome by a sudden heart at tack while on the Way to his Home at Narbeth pa., after a visit with his brother in Law Joel Harry at White Ford Jesse e. Sanders died at 3 o clock saturday afternoon in or. Harry s automobile at Oxford. He was 47 years old. J. C. Crawford Paul Butler and John Lloyd will be m charge of the refreshments. Gives birthday dinner or Sanders was a native of the mrs. Cassandra Steward gave a dinner at her Home last sunday in Honor of several birthday anniversaries which had recently occurred in the family. A number of relatives from out of town joined the imme musings by a. H. Morris Whiteford Community and had been spending some Tine at the Home of his brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Harry. Attempts were made at Oxford to secure a physician but 1 Diate family on the occasion. Those not so very Long ago our daily papers and magazines were filled with pathetic pictures and news stories of the russian peasants As they were herded together in great numbers and sent to work in the fac tories and Fields owned by the government which took All the proceeds on collision with the car in which the aforementioned gentlemen were Riding As a result of cavorting and careening of the car of which Badders was the alleged Driver it was caught after a mile Chase by the two officers. Badders faces a charge of driving while under the influence of an intoxicant a charge of disorderly conduct and a charge of using an other person s operator s License. His companion Shanbarger faces charges of drunkenness and disorderly conduct resisting arrest and loaning out his operator s License. The charges were preferred before Justice of the peace b. F. Lecrone of Spring Garden township besides nearly colliding with the two patrolmen they narrowly missed striking a car about a mile Down the Road from the Point where they crowded the officers off the Street and were saved this collision breach of Promise Case of Bly is. Jones was first announced. As this goes to press no one besides Fred Jones has been Able to find out the exact identity of the notorious Nel lie Bly. The name of Nellie Bly brings Many fond memories to our minds. For one thing there used to be a lot of horses named Nellie. Then there was a quotation from Shakespeare or somebody that went like tins of where is our Little nellie7 of our Little Nellie is up in them thar mountings. I d be feared for our Little Nellie. Of Don t be feared for our Little Nellie. Our Little Nellie can ride a anyway it seems As though some one Ain t done right by our Little Nell and poor Fred is the victim. The Best we can do is wish him Luck. One thing certain is that next Fri Day and saturday Are going to be red letter Days in Fred Jones life. Attorney Hawkins says he thinks he can pull Fred through. But judge heaps says Justice must be done and will be done in any court where he presides. Alma Macomber mrs. Mary Doo Ley o. H. Heaps Marshall heaps Stanley Lloyd James Morns and Jessop Cowley have All said they Are prepared to give True Tifful testimony when they go on the stand. At the same time the jury with such prominent names As mrs. Galbreath mrs w. A. Hoke mrs. O. H. Heaps mrs Paul Butler mrs will Stubbs Harry Only by the Cool headed manipulation Clark Gailey Robert Rob of his car by the other Driver. When erts Charles Thompson will Stubbs he expired him. Before one could reach he is survived by his widow mrs. Present were or. And mrs. N. B. Steward Laurel my. R. Steward and family York or. And mrs. James Mccullough Robert and James Mccullough Philadelphia or. And mrs. Ralph Mahan Nottingham a. Mrs. Martha Howell miss Nancy Mccullough Lancaster mrs. Frances Marian Sanders Howette Oxford d. W. Jones mrs. Cassandra Steward miss Elizabeth Steward mrs. Amelia Bay and daughter Sara of Delta. Sanders who lives with or. And mrs. Harry three Sisters mrs. Ida Mclaughlin Delta r. Mrs. Francis Morgan Lancaster mrs. Joel Harry Whiteford and two Brothers Harry Sanders Delta and Glenn Sanders red lion. Funeral services were held at the Home in Narbeth wednesday afternoon at 1 o clock. Bur Ial was in a cemetery at that women Start Exchange the two were apprehended they be came boisterous and disorderly a miss miss Adeline Sample Adeline Sample aged 82 years near Delta decl at 8 o clock saturday morning at the York hos Pital. She leaves a sister mrs. Harry Steigler Delta r. D., and two Broth from time immemorial women have liked to bake things and make things. Sometimes the products of their Energy exceed the immediate demands of the Home. This necessitates an outlet. On the other hand not All have the time inclination or capacity to be successful Bakers and makers. Therefore they need an Opportunity to satisfy their needs or Samuel Sample who resided gratify their desires with her and Isaac Sample new Bridgeville. Funeral services were held at the House on tuesday fore noon at 10 o clock conducted by the Rev. B. W. Jones. Interment was in Slateville cemetery. John l. Norris funeral director had charge of the funeral arrangements. Mrs. George Eicholtz with the passing of mrs. H. Jen Nie Eicholtz aged 82, at her Home near Whiteford on tuesday afternoon that Community loses one of its old est residents. Death was caused by heart trouble following an illness lasting Over a year. The Only sur continue Don Page 8 sensible of this two fold need the social club is sponsoring a women s Exchange to be opened in mrs. C. C. Butler s store building september 29, at 11 o clock. The ladies of Delta Cardiff and surrounding communities Are urged to Avail themselves of this Opportunity to dispose of Home made pies cakes Rolls etc., As Well As quilts rugs and other fancy articles. Scraps from a diary the final instalment of scraps from a which was crowded it this week next Issue. Ance for food and clothing. Almost everybody condemned these practices and looked upon these in human acts with pity and wonder amazed that such conditions could or i would exist in this Day or age. But i now we the people of these United states Are bordering on the same thing. We hear of proposed govern mental ownership dictatorship and the actual control of business by codes backed up by executive or Ders with a Fine of for every Little offence or a prison or if they see fit to impose which has been done on several occasions. Is this a free country a surprising number of our people seem to have abandoned the teachings of Washington Jefferson and others for the policies of Hitler Mussolini and Stalin. Instead of a government of Law founded on the Constitution we Are turning to a government of men of the brain Trust school of Experiment alphabetical bureaucratic domination determined to destroy or throw aside every fundamental principle upon which this country of ours has grown to greatness. Because one part of our economic system banking has possibly broken Down Why should we change it for social ism if one part of a machine gives Way we do not necessarily discard the whole machine. I was always taught that this great and Fine country of ours was settled pioneered and dug out of a Wilder Ness by our forefathers who came and Frank Orr say they Are going to be firm and uninfluenced by any o the respective testimonies offered j charges resulted. They were com-1 and of course there is going to be of their toil except a Small allow j Cor Chang. To the officers and the six fitted to the York county jail. Church plans quiet Day the presbytery of Donegal for Merly Westminster will observe what is known As a quiet Day in the Slateville Church Friday afternoon and evening october 19. Primarily it is a Day when the ministers and considerable entertainment while the jury is out. R. E. Hall Robert Hank mrs Anna Hughes Vernon Knopp her Bert Finch Max Scarborough or Dean Dickson miss Anita heaps Charles Johnston Russell Mckinley Paul buyer Dave Wheeler Wilso Gorrell Harris Perkins Hyde Doo elders come together for confession i Ley. Frank Thomas c. O. prayer and meditation. Or. W. T Browl Henry Poff and Otner will do their share to take up the Cleaveland of Harrisburg will Lead the afternoon meeting which will begin at o clock. The Rev. Ray mond Walker pastor of the Large Market Square presbyterian Church Harrisburg will have charge of the evening service. While it is a meet ing primarily for the spiritual life of the ministers and elders every one is urged to attend. It will be a Long time before the Church Folk of this Community will have such a Rich Opportunity As this. The ladies of the Church will serve supper in the basement for those who remain for the evening service. Members of All churches Are cordially invited to both sessions. Beautiful. The Balmy air was very and added to this the Moon time while the jury is deliberating All in All the event next Friday and saturday will be the trial of the Century. Tickets Are now on Sale for the unusual affair by members of the women s auxiliary of the Delta Cardiff fire co. Reserved seat tickets can be pro cured at Ollie s restaurant and Mit Zel s store. Advance reports indicate that the fire Hall will be packed to see that Justice is done. N All her queenly Beauty sailed mystically across the heavens making a most fitting time for an out of oors the religious services were held in de the House in order to permit a temporary shut in to enjoy them. At he close of this part of the program he company adjourned to the Yard the committee had prepared a. Doggie roast. All were bountifully ared for and around 10 o clock the pilgrimage was made homeward. Harris Perkins is the popular pres Dent of the class Ralph Duncan treasurer Humphrey Williams Sec teary and James Lee song Leader. Those present were. James t. Bur tins or. And mrs. James Lee and Aughter or. And mrs. Henry Bur is Clara Burkins Dorothy Elville Henry Schofield Bertha Hanna Vioet Hanna mrs. Paul Burkins and daughter or. And mrs. Ralph Dun an or. And mrs. Harris Perkins and daughter or. And mrs Henry Ellis and daughter or. And mrs. Harles e. Turner Rev. B. F. Ruley Emory Jones miss Margaret will ams Clara Thompson John Norris Billie Duncan Bonnie Blackburn Wil son Barben Arthur Thompson Al Bert Pearce Carroll Jones and or. Virs. Francis Jones. W. C. T. A Leet reports from the county convention recently held at York seemed to occupy the stage at the meeting of the Delta w. C. T. U., at the Home of or. And mrs. J. H Stubbs on wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. F. Stubbs presided this is our task was Sung and mrs. S. Macomber and mrs. J. H. Stubbs had charge of the devotions. After the routine business was disposed of the delegates made their reports. Those present were mesdames S. Macomber William Cooper s. J. Barnett c. C. Butler Amelia Bay w. F. Stubbs John Hammond w. T. Brown o. H. Heaps w. H. Gal breath v. G. Stubbs Richard Rees and j. Howard Stubbs. Plan to Send Box after disposing of routine business Valley . A. Meets motor to wedding or. And mrs. R. L. Roberts and son Ernest and or. And mrs. Paul Scott motored to Wilmington del., on saturday to attend the wedding and reception of r. L. Roberta and miss Ada Richardson of 221 South an excellent program was presented at the meeting of the Valley school . A. On Friday night in which various pupils participated. The address was made by the Rev. B. W. Jones. Late news we regret that so much news mat Ter reaches us too late for Publica Van Buren Street. The Groom is the Tion. Unless it conies to our desk by appear in across the Waters to escape Oppres-1 son or and mrs Alfred Roberts wednesday the latest enjoy the new Liberty 1and a grandson of mrs. T. A. A we cannot insure its publication continued on Page four 1 Davis Delta. Much As we wish we could. Members of the Home missionary society of the methodist protestant Church at their meeting on monday evening in the sunday school room of the Church took up the matter of sending a Box of cast off clothing to the Mission at Pine Ridge Kentucky. Persons having anything of this kind Are requested to Send same to mrs. C. O. Brown. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Juniors hold meeting considerable interest was manifested at the recent meeting of the slate Ville Junior society at the Home of miss Louise Jones. The president miss Dorothy Roberts had charge of the meeting. Those attending were Louise Dorothy Roberts Jean Whiteford Janet Holland Marian Whiteford Frances Pyle Charlotte Pennington Ann Dingley Doris Billy Ana Johnny Murphy Bobby Johnson Billy Fisher David Galbreath Johnny Harkins Howard Houser. Jr., miss Rose Galbreath mrs. B. W. Jones and mrs. J. C. Murphy. Newspaper spa Pep
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