Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 18 Apr 1930
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 18, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Page two i social and personal happenings Bucks county Independent. Bristol a. Friday. April 18. 1930. By miss Esther Lawrence ,0,> of 505 a my. William Knight of Nev-h1, it entertained in Satur town entertained on tuesday a b a moi"t0&Quot a h�d01 it mrs n number or s at luncheon and Ioina la mrs. Bertolene will i cards. Mrs. I nest Lawrence and about a a mrs. Walter f. Leedom of Bristol about maj isl. He guests were weft among the invited guests a seated at eight tables and favors a were handed to mrs. Henry anther mrs. Carolyn Smith and her lh0rne a Viise geor amp Ine daughter miss Marian an spending Macmichael mrs. H. D. Webb and several Days in Fine Beach n j. Mrs. Parke wether la. J to a a 7 or. Mrs. It Ward Carey and in Howard be Ilsenius and c Kun tin in family of our children of Dreili master Jack and Mina Gladyn Balcony were week end guests clot Cranford have been spending a v or. And mrs. Joseph Snyder of �37 eral Days with or. And mrs. La. A. Monroe Street. I made up of Sidney Popkin. Louis Iii Issei i urn us and Harry dries. Min Lillian dries entertained with fancy dances and songs. The hour get was beautifully decorated and miss Popkin received Many gifts. Card party of which she is a member. The winners of the favors last week were mrs. Edgar Spencer mrs Mabel Roper and mrs. William Foltz. Or. And mrs. Howard Kieffer and son of it. Vernon n. Y., were week end guests of or. And mrs. Walter Leon Berger of 268 Monroe Street. Master Kieffer remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Richard Bowman was the Mien last week of or. And mrs Russell de Long of 218 Monroe Street. Last week at mrs dyers the favors Wen won by mrs. W. Barr mrs. Wilmer Dyer and mrs. Harvey Dei Tench. Or. And mrs Marvin dem Ham. Of 1007 Pond Street were the weekend guests of friends in Reading. Or. And mrs. Edward Carey and their four children of Talt ony. Were sunday guests of or. Jon pm Snyder of 23 7 Monroe St Lect. Jensenius of 1202 Pond Stie d. Or. And mrs. La. A. Jensenius of Pond Street will 8pen the eastertide in Beach have ii n. J. Mrs. Edward Molloy entertained her card thu Rad a. Re Federly club last o f mrs. Richard Dehorn Radcliffe Street returned on sunday afternoon after a six Days visit with in r daughter in Carl Elizabeth weeks of Cli lie Street will spend four Jot her easier holidays with i Niece mrs. John Wood and family of Langhorne. Miss Francas band role of Radcliffe Street returned on Day from a week s visit with Tives in new y Ork. Radii ays her her or. Richard Bowman had As a j guests last week or. And mrs. Jot miss Marian Hendricks of Cli Leph Bowman and or. Abd mrs. Cedar Street was hostess on Mon Piebald Bowman jr., of Philadel Day evening to her card Lith phia. A of a it to a Ai mra Leonard Fenton was hostess mis. Shaw of lamps wardens in monday evening to Tho Altoona was hostess on a thursday evening to pinochle club. At the Narv held tin card club recently formed a or. And mrs. A. L. Jennings and family of Lancaster will be guests Over tile eastertide of or. And mrs. Caleb t. Rue. Miss Reba Malcolm of new Buckley Street were guest Over the a Ltd j a end of relatives or. And mrs. Jon-1 i rings in Lancaster formerly of Bristol. Or. And mrs. Norman is a Yin Aker i it 1623 Ilson Avenue were guests a for the week end of or. Slay maker parents in Malvern. Permanent waving Finger and Marcel waving facial Rind Scalp treatments haircutting manicuring Roseanne 231 Mill St. Phone 537 mrs. T. Dougherty and her three daughters Are spending three Days this week in Bristol. Or. And mrs. John and family of Dorniece in i disc r Street mrs. C. Eelman of Dunella is the guest of her aisle Hennika of 339 Jackson Street. A in a a a i. % % s a t i Dennison a goods i t son Street f party novelties x x mrs. Street Wesley Spencer was Basti is Ye-1 of Monroe inlay to the party novelties v cards for All occasions f. Norman stationery i % 420 Mill St. Phone 617 f expert work in he stitching and Picot edging Quick services moderate Price the Singer shop 122 Mill St. Phone 374 u save at Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street of or. Arum mrs. Jarm i Fallon Jefferson Avenue and Pond sir to Are rejoicing Over a a a on born sat Alday morning april 12th. On monday evening april 21st, will occur the anniversary of Shep herds Delight Lodge no. Josh opium of Bethlehem. Idle meeting will by in id in p. O. Of a. Hall. Cream i. Stephen Ai. Trimble and he daughters Betty and Mary Isabel. Air. And airs. Edgar w. Klai be r of West c Bester Are spending s a of 225 Madison Street were a Lack Elal Days this week with mrs. Henry end guests of relatives in West an eke a of 906 Radcliffe Street. Philadelphia. J a mrs. Ernest Law it Rice and Daugh mrs c. Hangman of Larchmont iter miss Liaise Lawrence Are Reg a y., was a guest for the week Encl int red at Haddon Hall Atlantic of Lur parents of 212 Jeff r. On City. They will remain until next Avenue tuesday. And mrs. Erne. I Lawn acc sr., her daughter miss Louise ale spending several Days in Atlantic City n. J. N i w alias Al aria n Smith entertained Oil wednesday evening the Friday evening Bridge club in Honor of mrs. N. In Bertolette. Favors were awarded miss Georgia my Michael mrs. Horace Burton and miss Helen with Taylor. Baff Thoro will be a card party Given in i auction with girls week in the ladies Aid of Zion lutheran the legion Home on wednesday Church intend serving tilt1 dinner in it veiling april 23rd. The Parish House for the attendants of the by county convention f the auxiliary of the american legion on thursday april 24hi. Or. Charles Hafter Of York was a week end guest his parents. Or. And mrs. John erty of 164 Buckley Street. Or. And mrs. A. Paone and family. Of do Ranee Street will spend tin week end Iii Atlantic City n. J. Air. And mrs. William Devoe i miss Lillian Popkin daughter of 265 Madison Street entertained our. And mrs Abe Popkin of Mill saturday evening some fronds in Street was guest of Honor at a Honor of their songs seventh birth a Sweet sixteen Quot birthday party in Day. The invited guests included her Home tuesday evening which mrs. George Heath sr., mrs. George j was attended by about a score of her Heath jr., Isabel head ii it Haries j High school companions. Music Heath Mabel Heath mrs. Edwin was furnished by an orchestra Heath sr., James afflerbach Evelyn _ Vasey Vivian Fenton miss Alice Rafferty and charts Rafferty of Neva York. Or. And mrs. Waite Loo Beig it r and daughter misses Joyce and Maria Louise Are guests for the eastertide of or. Mew for of it. Vernon n. Mrs. Thomas Den of Tyrone was the week end guest of or. And mrs. Waiter Hite of 217 i True Street. Or. And mrs. Ernest Kite were. Also week end guests. A look your pest a i flax Lyn 75c i $1.00 i a Wilt a a a kidney pills. Osc % 35c lifebuoy $ shaving 25c Ponjola 75c 50c phillips9 milk of magnesia. 36c $1.25 Lydia Pinkham a jewelry the lasting gift jewelry has always been the i outstanding gift for easter. Amp no other article is More appreciated 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 appropriate easter gift Here. $1.00 Oval Tine 98c 73c 10c palmolive soap. 3 for 20c err ii c Acridine. 59c 65c pistol 39c 35c Bayers aspirin. 25c 75c rubbing alcohol. 33c $1.00 Wampole a god liver Oil 59c $1.00 Armand sold Cream no powder. A pc j. W. Clark jewelry and watch repairing a Mill amp Cedar sts., Bristol a. X x see our Beautiful assortment of lillies. Hydrangeas tulips hyacinths daffodils Spires and attractively made up baskets at reasonable prices. Prompt delivery phone 646 end 219 we. P. Yeagle Bath Rovid 206 Mill St. I i % of in a a a a a a a a a a jul /.�T�. A a a a a a a a a a 4 a a v v v v v v v v . Suggests i i it phone 773 Foi appointment permanent waving Bobette or phone m3 for appointment Sara Milnor 323 Mill St., 2 i. Women Are now getting their new easter apparel with tile new Silhouette sweeping tile fashion Field the first step to the new Silhouette is the new Type of foundation garments As illustrated below. We a a diamonds the o sell Otimia inn go tie Evie casting Symbol of loves give her a ring for easter let us show you our newest designs in solitaire and Cluster rings. Hand carved Platinum or White Gold and Fine Bluew bite diamonds. You la find our prices the lowest in town. Closed wednesday afternoon and evening. April 1st to november 1st l. C. Welding jeweler Aud optometrist 312 Mill St. Bristol. A. Phone 483-w. 65s, see our easter andies we will show you sweets made of the Best ingredients that Are not to be compared with the ordinal Candy and reasonably priced too chocolate eggs a it. Chocolates and la hum Cleam centers. A a i some decorate. In Val up Bonbons a Rich pure red sizes. Delightful. Easter baskets male to order. 25c up names put on eggs free. Full line Lisbon and tissue paper for gift wrapping. Mail orders 10c Pound additional Carolyn Williams no. 6 Mill St. At Radcliffe easter cards. Stationery magazines Etc. Vav Vav in Xiv non a nov it n v v i j 307 Mill St. Girdles to. Wagmann a be $3.25 to $6.50 easter shoe fashions the feet that tread the path of the easter Parade must a a smartly groomed we have a gala Anay of new fashions from which you May select shoes to Complete your loveliest ensemble. There Are strap pumps and step in models that Ding comfortably opera pumps and ties in All the smartest leathers. Of course we re maintaining our Low Price policy and 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 Aid Wood Sis. Easter Toggery in Beautiful dresses the newest lines and trimmings. All sizes. $8.95 to si4.95 dresses $4.05 we also have a few $10 values at $3.98 Coats All the new materials in the latest Spring modes. $9.95 up children Scoats some with capes $5.95 up 1 sizes 3 to 14. / a o a a a a i in t a a a a a a i a millinery $1.00, $195, $2.50, $3.50 amp $4.50 Corn s store 115 Mill Street Bristol a. A a j a a a a of course she has a Sweet tooth Ani we have her Mavorite Candy daintily assorted or packed All of a kind. Little Sisters like the a Hwy kind sweethearts like cur tiny French chocolates and Mother prefers our varied package of caramels nuts and creams. We in known about town for our smooth chocolate coatings and luscious fillings. We get fresh candies 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 $2.50 fancy baskets filled $1.00 names put on free Friendship Goodie Shoppe a something different Quot a i 207 Mill Siree Bristol a. A w a x
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