Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
18 Apr 1930

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18 Apr 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 18, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Page two bocks Yophiy in Dep Endert. Bristol. A. Friday. April 18 1930. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence niacin t air. William Knight of new town entertained on tuesday a number of ladies at luncheon and it Ards. Ernest la w re Nee and mrs Walter Wjk. Leedom of Bristol were among the invited guests. Arbs a Helen Taylor of 505 a lifts Street entertained in saturday at luncheon in Honor of mrs. N. B. Bertolette. . Bertolette will join her husband in Harrisburg about May tat. The guests were heated at eight tables and favors were handed to mrs Henry a ticker. . Lester Thorne miss Georgine Macj Chidel mrs. Ii. D. Webb and mrs. Parke wether la. A i a a a or. And mrs. Edward a icy and mrs. Howard Jensen fits and h i i their family of a fur children of Dresti master Jack an i miss Gladyn Bucony were wee k end guests of of Cranford have been spending so v or. And mrs. Joseph Snyder of 237 eral Days with or. And mrs. Ii. A. Monroe it i a. # Jensen him of 1202 Pond Street. A a miss Elizabeth wefts of had or. Ami mrs. Ii. A. Jensenius of Cliff Street will spend foul Days Pond Street will spen the easter Ether fast undid a with her up of Sidney Popkin. In if card party of which a is a Mem-1 last week at my. Oyer a the favors Leith. A truss ii in nil and Harry Ber. The Winner of the favors ital i West won by mrs. W. Barr mrs. Dries. Might Uhliar dries entertained week were mrs. Edgar Spencer mrs. I Wilmer Dyer and mrs. Harvey pm with fancy dances and songs. The Mabel hopi a Aud mrs. William i Crich. Lie Nee was beautifully decorated. I foils. And miss Popkin received Many �?.-. . Richard Bowman was the 1 last week of or. And mrs by sell Delong of 2h Monroe Street. Of to mrs. Carolyn Smith and her daughter. Miss Marian Are spending several Day i to Pine Beach n. J. Or. And mrs. Howard Kieffer and son of it. Vernon n. A were guests of or. And a mrs. Walter Leon Berger of 268 Monroe Street. Master Kieffer remained for a longer Isit. Or. Ami mrs. Marvin dem Ham of 1007 Pond Street were the weekend guests of friends in Reading. Or. Ami mrs. Edward f Arey an their four children of Taco try were sunday guest of or. To. Pm Snyder of 237 Monro it Street. Or. Richard Bowman had As guests last week or. And mrs. Of Eph Bowman Ami or. A fid mrs. Richard Bowman jr., of Philadelphia. Lisp Marian Hendricks of ctr car Street w As Host a on Day evening to her card club. 611 Al on mrs. Shaw of icing s Gardena a Boater evening to tin card club recently fort 1. . Leonard Fenton was hostess i n monday evening to the Altoona pinochle club. At the party held or. And mrs. A. L. Jennings and family of Lancaster will be guests Over the eastertide of or. And mrs. Caleb t. Rue. Miss Reb Malcolm of new Buckley Street were gue t i Ever the week-1 i end of relatives or. And mrs. Jen-1 j Ninga in Lancaster formerly of i j Bristol. I or. And mrs. Norman slav maker i i of 1623 Wilson Avenue Weie guests i f for the week end of or. Slaymaker of parents in Malvern. I i permanent waving Finger and Marcel waving facial Rind Scalp treatments haircutting manicuring Rosf Anne dry Quot Shoppe amp i jul Gnu Senuty parlor 231 Mill St. Phone 537 i mrs. T. Dougherty and her Tine a laughters Are spending Ihre this week in Bristol. Tide Iii Beach Haven n. J. . Edward Molloy entertained her card thursday. Of fed i dub a blast mrs. Richard de Long of Radcliffe Street returned on sunday afternoon after a six Days visit with lift daughter Iii Carliie. Me mrs. John Wood and he family of Langhorne. Miss Francas Jain Dreth. Of 7l Radcliffe Street returned on monday from a we a a visit with i natives Iii new York. . C. Selman of Dunella n. J is the guest of Lur Slater mrs. L her Nikam of 339 Jackson Street. . Wesley Spencer of Street was hostess yesterday Monroe to the Dennison a goods $ party novelties i t i cards for All occasions j i Xor Ryan Stintin Norv tit 420 Mill St. Phone i a lays we Clisol sgt a a a Jwj it a a Gay �3�5� a a <5 pc 7 57 5 3 j expert work in Jig he stitching t it or. And mrs. John la. And family of do Ira Nee Street. I u save at Hoffman s Cut rate 310 Mill Street and Picot edging Quick services moderate Price of Laolyn 75c of or. And mrs. Jam Fallon Jefferson Avenue and Pond sir it. Are rejoicing Over a a a a on bom saturday morning april 12th. My. And or of a a a a c in m it end guests of Philadelphia. Edgar w. Klaib a Midi soil Street were a Eek relatives Iii West on monday evening april 21st, will occur the anniversary of sleep lords Delight Lodge no. I Shepherd of Bethlehem. Them eting will but hid in i. O. Of a. Hall. Mr., Stephen m. Trimble and bet it daughters. Betty and Mary Isabel in of West Chester Are spending so it eral Days til is a k with mrs. I Hnidj am or a Al 906 Radcliffe Street. �?�77 a 8 cd a a 11 vv7"s�jmj�<jh a a t a a. . Pm St a Ginnee and Haugh mrs. C. Hangman of Larchmont it or miss l Iii i a t euro Ai i a unfit for the Wick end bit red at 11 Ai i Don Hall Atlantic �?�7 5 n. Y., was a of a r parents a a nue of 212 a ter Ai City. The tuesday y. Ill villain until next mrs. Kiln. I Lawn me sr., ant her daughter miss Louise ate spending several Days in Atlantic City n. J. Or. Charles Rafferty of new York was a week end guest with his parents or. And mrs. John Ruff erty cd lf�4 Buckley Street. Miss Marian Smith entertained on wednesday evening the Friday evening Bridge club Iii Honor of mrs. N. By a of met in. Favors were a i Vav Ai Iii Aiu s c a org i n Al v 11 11 Al 4, a. A a pm. A airs. Horace Lim ton and miss Helen t Cutsail dig gift for easter. Taylor. I a jewelry the lasting lift jewelry has always been the the ladies Aid of Zion lutheran Church intend serving the dinner in the Parish House for the attendants of the by county convention f the auxiliary of the american be Ion on thursday april 24hi. There will la a curd Patty Given in connection with girls week in the legion Home on wednesday evening april 23rd. Or. Ami airs. A. Paone and family of Don Alice str it w ill spend the week end Iii Atlantic City a j. No other Ai tide is More App re dated or More desirable. A Fine necklace Bracelet watch a in fact any gift of jewelry will remain with the recipient for years to come. You can easily select an i appropriate easter gift Here. J. W. Clark x jewelry and watch repairing Mill amp Cedar Sis. Bristol. A i t t i i i i air. And mrs. William 1> Voe Ltd miss Lillian Popkin. Daughley of. 265 Madison Street entertained Oil or and i. A Popkin. Of a ii saturday evening some Fri. Us in St ret was guest of Honor at a s a Honor of their Sony a seventh birth-1 a Sweet sixteen birthday party in v Day. The invited guests included her Home tuesday evening which j a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a airs. George Heath sr., mrs. George via it attended by about a score of Hei j zzzzzzzzz-=.�?.�?. Heath jr., Isabel Heath school companions. Music Heath Mabel Heath airs. Edwin was furnished by an orchestra Heath sr., James attle r Bach Evelyn it Vasey Vivian Fenton miss Alicet Rafferty and Char a Rafferty o new York. S1.00 de witty a kidney pills. "3c 35c lifebuoy shaving of Cream. 50c Phillips milk of magnesia. Si.25 Lydia Pinkham s 98c what Flowers would you like for easter s e our Beautiful assortment of lillies. Hydrangeas tulips. Hyacinths. Daffodils. Spires and attractively made up Busket at reasonable prices. Prompt delivery phone 646 end 219 Vav Ai. I Yeagle Bath roil 206 Mill St shoo Oval Tine 73c i cd palmolive soap. 3 for 20c Ponjola 75c 59c 7>c Acridine 65c pistol / a a a a / / / / / a a $ 5 a a a a / i 35c Hayers aspirin. 75c rubbing alcohol. 39c 25c 33c s1.00 warn poles of liver Oil 59c $1.00 Armand sold Ream 70� powder y77- a a a a a 7y a or. And Alin. Waite and daughter i. S Marie la Uit. Are Gult eat Tetide of air. Ami of Alt. Vernon. N. Leon Berg r Joyce and in for the i i a. In met r. Airs. Thomas Derr of Tyrone the week end guest of air. And mrs. Walter hit of 217 Ai no it. Street. Or. And mrs. Ernest hit were also week end guests. Phone 773 for appointment permanent waving Bobette Zzz phone 773 for appointment Sara Milnor 323 Mill St., 2 i. Women Are now getting their new easter apparel. With the new Silhouette sweeping tile fashion Field the first step to the new Silhouette is the new Type of foundation garments As illustrated below. A a Ltd i # a a t i c s mols a a a for the it Botvid Lino Hie pm ii lasting Symbol of love5 a a i t j r 3 my f t i i f j i i give her a ring for easter let us show you our newest designs in solitaire and Cluster rings. Hand carved Platinum or White Gold Ami Fine Blue White diamonds. You la find our prices the lowest Iii town. Closed wednesday afternoon and evening april 1st to november 1st l. C. Wettling jeweler and optometrist 312 Mill St. Bristol. A. Phone 483-w. See our easter andies we will show you sweets made of the Best ingredients that Are not to be compared with the Ordinary Candy and reasonably priced too chocolates and arc Bonbons a Rich Pii req delightful. Chocolate eggs Ltd a Lucious Cream centers. Some decorated. In varied sizes. In easter baskets made to order. 25c it names put on of jugs free. Full line Lisbon and tissue pay it i tor gift wrapping. Mail orders 10c Pound additional Carolyn Williams. No. 6 Mill St. At Radcliffe easter cards. Stationery. Magazines. Etc. 301 Mill St. Bristol a by not no sex in new girdles w a Many a 77 a 7 5 7y7-7 <�<557> v7% 4> 7 7 7 7 7>j< 7 $3.25 to $6.50 easter shoe fashions the feet that tread the path of the easter Parade must be smartly groomed. We have a gala Ai Ray of my fashions from which you May select shoes to Complete your loveliest ensemble. There arc strap pumps and step in Modi is that cling comfortably opera pumps and ties in All the smartest leathers. % of course we re maintaining our Low Price policy Ani these shoes Are a special Holiday offering. All sizes in a variety of styles hosiery to match Frank p. Green 308 Mill Street phone 4 Bristol a. Com dinettes Corner Mill Ard Wood its. Easter Toggery Beautiful dresses la the newest l nes and trimmings. All sizes. $8.95 to s14.95 dresses s4.95 we also have a few $10 values at 83.98 goats All the new materials in the latest Spring modes. $9.95 up children s Coats some with Cap s $5.95 up a sizes 3 to u. Millinery $1.00, $195, $2.50, $3.50 amp 54.50 Corn s store Ila Mill Street Bristol a. A a in St i a or. I by or of course she has a Sweet tooth and we have Lier favorite Candy daintily assorted or packed All of a kind. Little Sisters like the cd w7 kind sweethearts like cur tiny French chocolates and Mother prefers our varied package of caramels nuts and creams. We in known about town tor our smooth chocolate coatings tend luscious fillings. We get fresh c indies every Day and have special easter novelties. Bunnies and Chicks sugar eggs and Tricky Cartons with dozens of Sweet surprises. Order your easter eggs now. Decorated eggs 10c to $2.59 fancy baskets filled $1.00 names put on free Friendship Goodie Shoppe a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 9 a i 207 Mill Siree a something different Bristol a

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