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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 11, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania To if s Quot Bage two Bucks county Independent. Bristol a. Friday april la. 1930. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence Bristol w. C. T. In attended an in from which will be thrown Jolo fit Ito conducted by the Bensalem nun bored circular three of xvii h Southampton and Churchville unions will entitle whoever picks them in Churchville on tuesday. Inter j to a prize of $5, or $15 in All. If mrs. Lewis Redan miss Maria mrs. Jarvis of 521 Radcliffe Street and Street her sister mrs. Fremont darned of Merchantville went today to spend a few Days with miss Jarvis is afer. Mrs. Wilson Pollard of Short Hills n. A months Pittsburgh. C. Whitmore of Jackson returned on saturday Atter visit with parents in at reports of the work of various the departments were read and an enjoyable session held. Stunt will Clear Day. Gladys Hunter weather should be bad. Be postponed to the the next mrs. William Carver of 203 Washington Street was a recent guest of relatives in new Brunswick the ratty Klub held its regular meeting on tuesday at the Home of mrs. William Feaster in Borden or. And mrs. David Short of town. I Wilmington. Del., and or. And mrs. I Walter Moore jr., of Chester pa., miss Maude Roberts of Mont Wor it Bun Day visitors of or. And Claire is spending the week with mrs. Walter Moore or mrs. Ii. D. Webb of 93g Radcliffe Street Bristol. Street. Of Swain misses Elsie and of Trenton n. J., were the week executive Engineer of end guests of miss Elizabeth Bevan aircraft corporation of Dorrance Street. 919 week Paul or and mrs. H. E. Hite of Altoona spent the week end with or. And mrs. Walter Hite of 217 Mon Roo Street. Miss Esther week end with Downe. Lawrence relatives spent the in bans i anti mrs. Charles la Poilu an their son Charles of Farragut Avenue motored to remain Over night with friends in Doylestown miss Alice Rafferty Washington sunday to j Ltd it Rry blossoms. Went see to the at the annual meeting of the association this week Eddie Molloy the Keystone was elected president succeeding h. G. Snack who has moved to Harris Burg. The other officers were a elected Samuel k. Faust vice president James f. Blanche a Secretary John a. Moyer treasurer and i Hugh b. Eastburn solicitor. Walter in. C. Leon Berger w As elected an air plane stunt tomorrow j dlr actors member of the Board of to j this association is the youngest of celebrating the issuance of a new j the local building and loan organism ies of shares the Tow site build nations having been chartered Iii ing anti loan association has Char 1922. It Lias a record of earnings of Terri an air plane to Fly Over Bristol Over 7 per cent., and has assisted Edgely Croydon Hulmeville new Many people to build their own Portville and West Bristol on Satin-1 Homes. It also has never had to Day afternoon weather permitting it foreclose a mortgage. Used car sales now $1,000,000 per Day by Chevrolet dealers this showing exceeds by a margin the Best previous 20 car record Iii the history of the Liny and at the eau time i wide Day com a the mrs. Katharine Bewley of Wood Street is spending a with her daughter mrs. Crammer of Trenton n. Tow site b. Amp l. To have a marked indication of increasing Lou siness activity and excellent proof of the purchasing Power of the country at the moment is seen Iii the announcement by the Chevrolet motor company that sales of used cars alone by its nation wide dealer organization Are proceeding at the rate of a million dollars a Day. Used car sales by the Chevrolet retail organization during the first 20 Days of March totalled 105.907 cars representing an investment of More than $21,000,000. Permanent waving i Finger and Marcel waving facial and Scalp treatments haircutting manicuring Roseanne greatest 2 0 Day volume of used cars Ever sold by any automobile manufacturer. Factory officials predict that the total for March will exceed 15o,000 used cars which would compare with 130,000 for May 1929, the Hest previous month in Chevrolet history. At the same time used car stocks in the bancs of dealers Are being reduced to a minimum placing the dealers generally in excellent position t handle a Large volume of new car business this Spring. Liquor in All its forms and used for an it purposes whatever i believe to to an unmitigated evil. I believe in fighting it in every Way possible or. Howard a. Kelly of the Johns Hopkins univ ratty. A adv. U save at Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street mrs. Joseph keen of Jackson Street entertained on wednesday afternoon the pinochle club of which she is a member. Favors were handed to mrs. William Barr mrs Keers mrs. Wilmer Dyer arid mrs. Stanley Keers. Mrs. Diaries Wright of Trenton formerly of Bristol was a guest on sunday of or. And mrs. P. Taylor of Edgely. Miss Eva Holliday of Madison Street was hostess on monday evening to her Bridge club. Favors were earned by miss Edith Mcconnell and miss sol ii Day. Sat Mal the Guild Kring z1 Henry a reception Quot was tendered on u Day evening to or. And mrs. Olm on and or. And mrs. Vincent la enrich who were recently Tram ferret from the office of Robin amp a Haas to the Rohm amp Haas office in Bridesburg. The employees of the office presented the parties with a Nice gift. Helpers at the needlework on tuesday were mrs. F. Mrs. George King mrs. Ancker miss Ida Brudon Girdon miss Katharinek rating. Mrs. Chauncey Stone Hack and mrs. At. I. Webb. Miss Eva Holliday was hostess at her Home with my and or. Walter West of 254 Monroe Street on monday evening to the Bridge party of which she is a member. Miss Anna Hawkes of Shady Side i Edgely was an Over night guest on i p i i Day of mrs. Ernest Lawrence in Philadelphia. Miss Anna Kaiser of Peony is the Gist for several Days of miss Grace Slaughter of Swain Street. Miss in Zarr of Wilks Barre returned on wednesday after spending a week with her son or. George Zarr and family of 209 Cedar Street. Now is the time to buy everything except oranges and grape fruit has taken a big drop asparagus is Selling for less today than at anytime since 1914, a everything you need onion sets tomatoes oranges Lemons mushrooms strawberries apples potatoes lettuce spinach peas groceries turnips. Carrots bananas grape fruit peppers onions Green Beans scallions Sweet potatoes beets horse radish cabbage celery. Morris Grossman Quality fruits Ani vegetables free delivery in Bristol a phone 44 Bath Otter and Mill streets Bristol. A. I j 231 Mill St. Dress slope amp Beauty parlor phone 537 a in a v a it �T�v<h$h.>shh$h8> i flax Olyn 75c 1 a 2 t v 1 a it a a a 11 a if expert work in he stitching j and j Picot edging j Quick services moderate Price i the Singer shop i 122 Mill St. Phone 374 it a it a it a a v $1.00 m Usel Etoile 69c t i i % a a $1.00 Oval Tine miss Marin Jarvis of Cli Fie Street was hostess at luncheon to the members card party no. 9. 521 Rad yesterday mrs. Samuel Shire of 249 a it St Circle was hostess on thursday evening to her card club. Favors were won last week by mrs. Madeline Shipp and mrs. Edgar spoiler r.,club mrs. John Frost was tin recent guest of mrs. Theodore Gratz of �?~i2< Taft Street. Air. And mrs. Harry Burbank and daughter of Alt. Holly were week end guests at 327 Taft Street. Mrs. Howard Bally of Norwood was a guest of or. And airs. William Brannigan on monday. Or. And mrs. John Weik mrs. Thomas Argus and air. And airs. C. Ii. Bunting motored to Hazleton on sunday to listen to the orpheus glee of Wilkes Barre composed of 120 Welsh singers Given in tin a a Capitol theatre. One concert was at 3.30 and one at 8.4 5 p. In. The ladies missionary meeting of the methodist Church will be held at the Home of airs. George Miller tonight. Charm and Beauty Are mrs. John 1 guest for a few the lore Gratz of St was a recent Days with airs. 32 7 Taft sin it. Air. James Nesbitt of Long Island and miss Billie Mcfarlane of Scotland were the week end guests ,vjvlr., jul John Mac Kay. Harrison Street. Of of 2 60 airs. Almartha Harry c. He Headley and Hes. Represent in. Alms the air. And airs. Russell Delong and daughter Janet and airs. Richard Delong spent sunday in Atlantic City. N. Air. And airs. L. Lynch their daughters. Misses Betty Blanche spell the week end mrs. Lynch a parents in Selbyville mrs. William Mitchener. Of Swain Street is spending some time with her brother or. Harry upright of Springfield. Airs. Harry Reiss of now York has returned to her Home after a visit with or. And airs. David Norman of Mill Street. Airs. Reiss is a daughter of or. Joseph Rosenblatt the famous Cantor. Air. And airs. Harry Straus recently been entertaining Straus father of new York. Miss Clara Wayne of new York City was the week end guest of mrs. H. D. Webb. What every woman yearns to have on easter. An appointment with Bobette a Beauty expert will produce the desired results. Marcel wave 75c facial.$1.00 manicure.50c permanent waving $10.00 including 3 resets. Beauty Salon Sara Milnor phone Bristol 7<3 for appointment 322 Al ill Street Bristol Bobette i a a j i i a Vandegrift menus shop Mill and Pond streets Bristol a. Just in arrows stunning new 40e Pastoria $1.00 Creel in j i 73c 25c 50c peps Dent tooth paste. 79c 35c Ponjola 75c 75c Acridine 69c 45c Botex 34c $1.00 Trezur Bath powder 75c Weythm a Sage and Sulphur. 60c Sal Hepatica 39c $1.00 Hou Bigante a perfume. 69c 53c 78c 35c i Jer kiss Talcum. 19c Ara Bondell Sanford Zed its airs. Florence Libbs of Walnut Street was hostess on monday evening to pinochle club no. 2. The ladies Aid of the methodist Church will hold a Sale of Good things to eat on saturday in Winters shoe store. Or. Melvin Vai Idine of Trenton Avenue moved to Philadelphia on tuesday. Nelson Green was the Over night guest on Friday of Herbert Lawrence at his Home in Philadelphia. A. .j.�?T. Assortment of chocolate eggs rabbits chickens lilies Etc filled with ice Cream hand rolled easter eggs 10c up names put on free baskets filled. 25c pure milk chocolate eggs. 25c up easter novelties order a 2-quart chocolate covered decorated egg Fille with ice Cream the added touch to Complete your easter attire 511 Whiting amp Davis enamelled a a of a a 5h5i a a 1 it a a it ass a a it easier time is joyous time a up i t i a mesh bags newest styles and designs James Fallon Jefferson ave. And Pond phone 824 St. 3 for s8 guaranteed permanent fit Beautiful new Broadcloth in blended colors. That a value Arrow shirts Only Arrow shirts hat e Arn in collars f in Why not make her Happy with a gift of jewelry it May be k a Fine ring a wrist watch a Bracelet Fin Crystal beads a Beautiful Lavalier Cost nine jewel a. White Stone clip. Compact mesh bag Etc. I in i a in in our gifts for the heme includes silverware Pewter Are a Aeiry new line it Glass of Glass highly decorated. Electric lamps vases Etc. Our prices Are Cut to the lowest living profit. Come in and look Over our new Spring Lunes. L. C. Wehling 312 Mill Street jeweler and optometrist phone 483-w. Csc Bristol a closed wednesday afternoon and a i evening i april 1st to nov. 1st. F. E. Baylies t 307 Mill Street est. 55 years Bristol a. V a it a a it a it a it it a pm of v to l4 a a a if it v it v v ii ii ii ii ii v it it easter thoughts the Young Many a first easter thought is of her. The second of the Diamond ring to be presented to her on that Day. The third of Clark s where the Best May be obtained for the lowest Price. Make your selection Early. Closed every wednesday afternoon and evening until november 1st j. W. Clark jewelry and watch repairing 4 Mill amp Cedar sts., Bristol a i t t t i i hello. Everybody 65 1 just a a broke through Here to Tell n of a where to buy the most delicious candies for easter. J you right. At Carolyn Williams chocolate eggs or co Cliatt it a m to coins Cream e liners. Pc a a Jet alias. A a some decorated. Iii Var up Bonbons Rich pure red sizes. Delightful. Easter baskets made to order. 25c names put on eggs free. Full line ribbon and tissue paper for gift wrapping. My ii orders 10c Pound additional Carolyn Williams easter cards stationery magazines. Etc. No. 6 Mill Street at Radcliffe Bun finest assorted chocolates and Bonbons attractively packaged for easter gifts. Easter novelties and favors for parties. Chocolate and sugar easter eggs for the children. Our name has always stood for Quality Candy at moderate paces. Order your easter eggs now decorated eggs 25c to $2.50 fancy baskets filled $1.00 names put on free Friendship Goodie Shoppe a a something different a 207 Mill Street Bristol a

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