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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - September 29, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaDelta Herald times c the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsylvania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. Liv. No. 39 Dexta York county pa., thursday september 29, 1932 established 1878 Man suffers Shock in Auto Accident slate Hill girl fractures Elbow Workman sustains injuries at Blue Mountain quarries. Archie Baer of Bryansville was painfully though not seriously bruised his car turned Over near the foot of Scarborough s Hill at s.30 on. Saturday morning he was carried to the office of the j. H. Myers son lumber company where is injuries were attended by or. A s. Wilkinson. Or. Baer was coining toward Delta when is car struck a pile of Loose and Sand washed onto the Road by the heavy rain of the evening be fore. This caused the car to swerve and turn Over. Girl Fife Cowes Elbow Martha five year old daughter of or. And mrs. Lev Cooper Tell and fractured her Elbow on wednesday of last week at her Home near state Hill. Alter receiving film Aid at the office of or. W. E. Arthur Cartiff she taken to the Union Hospital injured Quarry Samuel Taito Ert suffered severe bruises about the leg and foot on last wednesday at the Blue Mountain Stone company when a Large piece of Iron weighing about pounds slipped and fell against his leg. He was to the office of dry w. E. Arthur where an a Ray was taken by or. Paul Wilhelm. It was found that no Bones had been fractured. Mason Dixon Lions a mob e3t Quad Ottille Koto sixteen Quarryville Lions were entertained by the Mason and Dixon Lions club at the Cor Del hotel on monday night Twenty six of the local Lions being present the speakers were president Bushong and the Rev. George Shea of the visiting club and Robert e. Neely of the Mason and Dixon club. The visiting members pulled Oft an amusing stunt in the Way of a Tele Gram a of humor Ous and what would have been under some circumstances embarrassing faked telegrams were brought in for members by the waiter and Tead for the entertainment of the crowd. There was plenty of Peppy music As usual. Former warlord pastor expires the Rev. Jeremiah Robinette Diew died saturday morning at Home 3311 Road Balti More aged 84 year the Rev or Pardew was Well known in the upper Section of h Ai font county having served As pastor Malliky visits Porto Juco of business True sex senator d. G Harry of pies Ville who is Vise pies deut or the Federal land Bank in company with s p. Crider and Horace s. Wynn Secretary and treasurer respectively of the same institution left on wednesday for Porto Rico where they will spend three weeks looking into the condition of their Loans in the is land through the land Bank and the credit Bank they have Loans in Porto Rico on lands and crops aggregating according to or. Harry boy scouts give resume of work during the summer three overnight hikes were enjoyed by members of the local troop of boy scouts. On the first of these camping trips the scouts hiked to my Laughlin s farm near slate Hilll where they were Given instruction in cooking and pitching tents twice the scouts pitched their Pup tents at peach Bottom. Here they were instructed in so maning life saving cooking and Cam Craft among the Scoute who attended were Thomas Brooks Wilson Galbreath Thomas Crawford. Arthur heaps Benny Torrin Joe Robinson and Jack Bulette within the past few weeks a scout Library has been started. Over sixty boys books and pamphlets have been loaned by the scouts to the Library. A newly painted Book Case holds these books. Scouts Wilson Galbreath and Maxwell Scarborough jr., Are work ing on a knot Board which will show the various knots used in scouting. At present All scouts Are busily engaged in trying to surpass record in membership and tests passed with a substantial increase this year they Are eligible for presi Dent Herbert Hoover s award which will be offered at the close of the year. In the near future a Board of re View will be organized by members of the troop committee of the Mason Dixon Lions club sponsors of the troop. This review Board will recommend to the York Adams court of Honor the Scoute who Are successful in passing second class first class and Merit badge tests. Mrs. Henry Dies monday evening mrs. Harriet Barben Henry widow of the late Jocob l. Henry died at 7 o clock monday evening at her Home in peach Bottom Townsl lip Bear Delta from a complication of diseases incident to old age. She was 77 years of age. Mrs Henry was a life Long member or it Olivet methodist protestant Church her husband who died 25 years wbb a civil War Veteran having set Ved As a private in com of Xoi i Harford Gnu it from 1903 to i Pany 12ul regiment Pennsylvania 1906 during this time he resided at volunteers Dublin he was a native of Bedford county pa., and studied for the ministry at Kish Seminary in that county. He served As an Active minister in the Baltimore conference of the methodist episcopal Church for forty four years retiring in 1917. Although retired he frequently supplied pulpit in the churches of Baltimore and Vicinity. Those who knew him Well admired him for his sturdy qualities his sympathetic nature his keen original thinking Hie fearless speech and his abiding loyalties to friends and principles mrs. W. Arthur Harry of near Prospect Harford county is a daughter. Others surviving Are his widow mrs Maria e. Pardew Baltimore w ver non Pardew Philadelphia h. Paul Pardew Baltimore Andrew w. And w. H. Pardew Pittsburgh mrs. How Ard Stewart mrs. Harry e. Cook and mrs. Lawrence Rodda of Baltimore. He also leaves two Brothers and a continued on Page 8 cereus bl003ts night she leaves five daughters mrs Eli Garvine card it mrs Charles Pickel mrs. Howard Wolfe Ana mrs Preston Baker Delta r. And mrs. Jones Whiteford eight grandchildren and two Sisters miss Catherine Barben Baltimore and mrs. Jennie Barben Cardiff. The funeral Wae held from the late Home at 1 o clock this afternoon with services at it. Olivet m. P. Church conducted by the Rev. M. P. Keehner. Interment was in the adjoining cemetery. 1 incurable malady ends woman s life several persons were attracted to the of William p. Moore on Fri Day night where a night Bloot Nang cereus occupied the Center of the the Bud opened at about 6 o clock and remained open until late in the night. It was greatly admired by those who were fortunate enough to see it. Thie Plant known to some As the cereus grand florus belongs to the Cactus family and along with its hybrids hag Long been prize for its rare mrs. Mary Williams Davis aged 42 year wife of Edward Davis Havre de Grace md., died saturday in the woman s Hospital Baltimore for pc. Cancer. Mrs. Davis was a native of Delta she is survived by her husband and daughter mrs. Victor Bevan of ija vre de Grace and five Brothers Warren William clude Hbyron Harry and Leeter Williams All of Delta. The funeral was held on tuesday afternoon from her late Home in Havre de Grace with services in the Rehoboth Welsh presbyterian Church at this place where she was a Mem Ber. Services were conducted by the Rev. Or. John Hammond. Interment in Slateville cemetery. The pall bearers were mess a. William Morris William Fisher William w. Williams a. Thommes Bradley James w. Court Ney and George Evans. Chayim of the go Mil Khoa Vlf pm we str w m4b vhf will Prolan 1 slate Ridge wins social science group meets at new Freedom the slate Ridge sunday school baseball team gave the new Freedom nine a Good trimming chalking up a score of 8 to a Goose egg and registering fifteen games without a defeat when they journeyed to new Freedom for the latter s Home coming Day Celt bration last saturday. Melvin Norris pitched a Superb game for slate Ridge allowing Only one hit and that in the last inning. All of the slate Ridge Boye played a Fine Fielding game and hit in timely fashion batting out eight hits to one for the other Side. John m. Dorley a former Ishoi t Stop for new Freedom was pressed into a game with the old where he gave a Good account of himself. Congressman Hames urn pne a the game the score slate s lord .11 t write lord it m. Lloyd is a. Loyal 11 x Mcnutt 2b j heaps 11 h. Jones of d. Hughes c m Vorris p j Norris of totals 22 new Freedom Hampton is Wolf 2b Itzoe of Cooper if Bubb it reehling la Rohrbaugh 3b turkman c Bond p totals 16 Jirs. Williams has birthday Surprise party wednesday mrs. Robert w. Williams was Given an agreeable Surprise at her on wednesday evening of last week when a number of his friends called to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. A delightful evening was spent with games and music. Refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs Hubert p. Harms or. And mrs. C p. Morton or. And mrs. Neeley or. Ond mrs. Thomas Bradley and or. And mrs. V. S. Wilkinson. The social science committee of the 15th District met on Friday evening at the Home of miss Odessa weeks appointments were considered and plans Laid for handling Relief work m the District those m attendant were or. And mrs. Value Hawkins the Rev. W. M. Weaver mrs. Hubert p heat Kins and miss Odessa weeks. Nona Genaria Bank director Churchman and Farmer passes John Henry Fulton aged 90 years a lifelong resident of thie Section a retired Farmer and prominent in Church and banking circles died at 1 o clock Friday morning at the Home of his daughter mrs. Mary Wise of this place death was due to complication of diseases aggravated by the infirmities advanced age or Fulton was a retired Farmer a director of the Peoples National Bank for thirty and a trustee of the Spring Chicken dinner at car Del sunday. Platter we. Stale Ridge pies Tenan Church. He belonged to a group called the june because their birth lays Occi Riecl in june his wife preceded him in death ten jeans ago lie is Sui Ivul by truce children mis May with whom he made ins Home David e Fulton and James a Fulton Delta h. eight grand children one great Giand child and a sister mrs Elizabith Geiger Delta r d. The funeral was held on sunday at 2 p. M. At the Home with services in state presbyterian Church con ducted by the Rev. A. L. Hyde fats isted by the Rev. H. Clarence Ramsey. The Church was filled to the pallbearers were selected from the trustees of the Church and the Boandl of directors of the Bank Las follows c. W. Wallace o. H. Heaps Nelson heaps or. J. J. Healy Milton Kilgore and George Snodgrass. Those who carried Flowers were j. H. Wheeler president of the Board of trustees a j. Evans cashier of the Bank t. Ujj Grove and e. K. James of the june Wilson Heap. Clayton Merryman and Samuel Foard Bank directors and Smith and Charles Fulton. Interment Wae made in slate Ridge cemetery. S. W. Holden was the funeral director. Out of town friends attending the funeral were or. And mrs. Nelson Fulton Easton or. And mrs Hiram Miller Lancaster or. And mrs Purdy Maffet Harrisburg or. And mrs. W. L. Thompson Chesapeake City or and mrs. Will Fulton or. And mrs William Schull mrs. Nellie Watkins mrs. O Brian Ediith Watkins and mrs. Molly Andrews Baltimore or. And Are. Milton Pulton or. And mrs. W. F. Grove mrs. Mary Mann mass Phoebe Hughes and Mian Pearl of York. Harford county sets stage for big annual fair the second week of october always brings pleasant memories to residents of Harford county Maryland Andi the adjoining counties of Baltimore Cecil York and Lancaster for it is then that the Harford county fair takes place this year the fair will open for its annual exhibition on october 11, and continue through the 14th. Advance entries indicate that the exhibits in household arts agricultural products and purebred livestock will far exceed those of any previous year. The fair grounds Are situated on u. S. Highway no. 1, just outside of the town limits of Bel air Maryland and May be reached by automobile from Elkton Quarryville Oxford and Lancaster in a Little Over an hour. Free attractions will be Given daily m front of the grandstand and last racing will take place on wednesday thursday and Friday. On wednesday afternoon a genuine general motors Fng Laue Lef Nageia Tor will to it Van to the Holder or the Luck Coupon on to Puls of wednesday a i Tuc Odoj on the last afternoon of the fan a or 2 Chevrolet c by Lidei Coath will be on Coupon tickets of ill four Days participating. Just think of the thrill someone will have driving off the fair grounds in a Brand new car or taking Home a electric refrigerator absolutely free no chances to the Lucky number on your Gate Coupon. Happy Days Are Here again til Road supervisor Dies suddenly from apoplexy a Oil in Bloke of apoplexy proved Atal to Taimer. Iii i Pel 01, at his Home ill peach Bottom township shortly after noon in Friday. I Ailes was of was a life Long Resi Jent of this Section served As Toad Blip Rimboi Toi the township for. Number or years. He was also a. Trustee of Slateville presbyterian Church following the Noonday meal he set out to take his team of horses and mules to a Stream about a Quarter of o mile from the House for water. W Hen he failed to return within a. Reasonable time Robert Russell a farm hand went to investigate. He found or. Ailes lying m an unconscious condition along the Road that leads to the Stream. Russell hurried to the House and called or. Howard s. Allen of Delta. When he to pronounced the Man Coroner l. U. Zeck was summoned and issued the death certificate. Mrs. Died about two years ago. He leaves two children Clifford Allea and mrs. Dale Malone both of Delta r. And the following Brothers and sister Alexander Ailes York Robwrt Ailes la he hip ind. Frank Baltimore George Joseph Charles and Hollingsworth Ailes Delta r. D., and mrs Harry Mackison Delto r. The funeral was held on monday afternoon with services at Slateville presbyterian Church at 2 o clock con ducted by the Rev b. W. Jones. Interment was in the adjoining cemetery the funeral director Wos Hubert p Horkins. The pallbearers were messes. Clay p. Whiteford Bryon Hughes William Malone Jose wifi Hushon Frank Thomas and James Mackison. The Flowers were carried by four nieces Lillian Ruth Elizabeth and Mabel Ailes the knights of Malta conducted services at the lady Dies from Lobar pneumonia mrs. Amanda Montgomery aged 69 years wife of George Montgomery Delta r. D., died at the York Hospital on saturday Forenoon of Lobar pneumonia. She had been a patient at the York institution since August 31. The body was removed from the Hospital by Hubert p. Harkins to his funeral parlor at this place where afternoon at 2 the Rev. B w. Jones officiated. Interment was in Slateville cemetery. Mrs. Montgomery is survived by her husband and one son William Mont Gomery Aleo of Delta r. The father and son Are owners of a Sapir till and thrashing machine which they operate in this Section. Born or. And mrs. James Procheska of Pylesville announce the birth of son on sunday september 18. Mrs Prochaka formerly Eliza Beth Martin. Graveside. Lowest Chav Ceford p. A. Has meeting thle following program Wae Ren dered at the Parent teacher Asso. Meeting on Friday evening in the lower Chanceford High school old g song Reading of the minutes by Secretary by the High school girls talk by or. Film Cobaugh three talks should a child study at Home or Baugher Elizabeth Pom Raning and George song Neial discussion closing . The following literary program was Given i ulay afternoon opening song Reading of the minutes Recita Tion Viola Wani Ibaugh piano Solo Ruth Smith question Box Marthai Lioy 1 Sci ziment loll top Homovic lass vocal Solo miss Clackin talk Cut i. In inst inc Neal to to Mun in u Thompson John Mcgurk i closing Rehoboth enjoys Welsh presbytery the Rehoboth Church entertained the Welsh presbytery saturday and sunday in its usual Loyal manner. Rev. O. R. Williams m. A. B. D., of Philadelphia the Moderator constituted Prea Byheny with prayer at ,2 p. M. Laet saturday. H. J. Evans clerk read the minutes of the last meeting which were approved. Mem Bers who were present were chosen to act on the various committees mis Sions education pensions and text Perance. Special emphasis was placed upon the message to All the churches from the general Assembly at Denver that the Only Hope of the country and the in a revived Church that cot Tage prayer meetings Ibe held for penitence and humiliation before god and that our churches May be rejuvenated by the holy spirit. The committee on education incorporated in its report a Strong Resolution in favor of prohibition. The party platforms were severely scored for be ing untrue to the Constitution of Tho United states. It elated we resent the insult offered the dry voters by the various parties in ignoring the convictions of the very Best elements of their the next meeting of presbytery will be held in wind Gap a april 9 and 10, 1933, when a special sym Jio Gium will be conducted for Tho Benefit f
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