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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 26, 1929, Bristol, Pennsylvania C woe iwa.,Bucks county Independent Bristol. Pa., Friday afro. 26. 1929. F social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence mrs. John Mackay and her Daugh a Union. Or. Martin in Bristol where he is Well known. Torje a expect to sail tomorrow of the Steamer California for a visit to England. I f. Mac Ray heard Home few weeks ago of the death of hot r Mother hence an extended visit at her father s Home. Lived a most delightful entertainment is being planned by the travel club tor thursday evening May 2nd. At 8 o clock to be held in St. James n Chapel. The leading feature of the evening will a a play. A the kleptomaniac to in Given by members or the travel club and which Promise to he full of Joy us surprises. Moat pleasing music will be Given by exceptional Talent and the committee in charge of this part of the pin Gram mrs. Richard Weagley and mrs. Clifford l. Anderson Are most competent to arrange the details til i he part assigned to them. Mrs. Russell Ellis and mrs. T. B. Megar with their discernment of Dru Are capable of putting the in their part to please Hiland no doubt the play will gee mat ice actors keenest meet with the approval of the most critical. Mrs. Wagner and mrs. Ii la. Headley Are bound to Excel in their department when it is time Lur sociability to prevail. Tickets ate on Sale by each member of the club. Aud it is to he hoped that every one who wishes to be present will embrace the Opportunity. 1-ast but not halt to will be the Chapel itself. Arrayed Iii All the Spring tints it will lie a subject of admiration Many Days. Tot the 4 4th annual meeting of the needlework Guild of America will he held May 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, at the be 11 a u est rat Ford hotel Philadelphia. Those who purpose being present will be mrs. Henry Ancker president of the Bristol Branch mis. Esther Lawrence honorary president mrs. William g. Buckhorn. 1 Treasu 1#t mrs. David Taylor Secretary. The vice presidents mrs. Clifford Anderson mrs. Fred Kring mrs. James Defi erts and two direr tors. Miss Ida Brudon and miss Katharine Keating will also attend. A luncheon will be served on thursday at the Bellerue St ration and a Musicale and reception for the delegates will in held Oil thursday evening at 8 of clock in the Rose Garden of the hotel Given by the National Board. Mrs. G. W. Hawkes and the officers of the Edgely Branch also will be present. With the exception of thursday morning and the lunch Eon All meetings Are open to the Public. The cake Sale under the auspices 01 the Dorcas society will he held Tome Row in the insurance office of William ii. Smith Mill Street. Mrs. Theodore a. Fox. Of Philadelphia. Spent last week As the guest of miss Frances land ret ii. Of 02 8 Radcliffe Street. Those who assisted in the work of the needlework Guild on tuesday afternoon we a mrs. James Leffertz mrs. M. Webb mrs. Fred Krinn mrs. Jesse Roberts misses Ida Brudon. Esther Lawrence. Katharine Keating am Elisabeth Iredell. He attended the conference of Atlantic City ministerial Union As a representative of the society of friends anti he is the first Layman to in elected to office in the Union. The american legion cadets will give a card party in the legion the j Home. Pinochle 500 and Bridge if desired can be played. Many useful and Beautiful prizes will by Given. Table assignments will be made Ai 8.30 Sharp. The guest of or. And mrs. Russell Ellis at the beeches North Radcliffe Street. Miss g Corgi be Mac Michael of 930 Radcliffe Street was hostess to her card club on tuesday afternoon. Favors were earned by mrs. Charles Abbott. Mrs. Parke Wetherill and mrs. H. D. Webb. Mrs. Mabel Roper entertained last evening the thursday night club of which she is a member. Mrs. Edgar Spencer was hostess last week to the club. A son. Brandt Earhart making Lively the Home of mrs. Brandt Earhart of town formerly of Bristol. ., is or. And German -1 Brandt mrs. John s. Swift and or. William Swift of St. Louis the Mother and brother of mrs. David Landroth Are making in extended visit with or. And mrs. David Landreth of 1024 Radcliffe Street. The ratty Klub was entertained on tuesday evening by mrs. Marvin Sinclair of Madison St reef. Mrs. William Pearson will be hostess on monday evening. May 2. To the card club of which she is a member. Miss Anna Wilkinson of Pond Street was hostess on tuesday evening to the Jolly eight club. The favor was handed to mrs. Elizabeth Marshall of Pond Street. The members of credit memorial Church will give a Chicken supper in Pun ii Street Street. ., will be two weeks old tomorrow. The Dorcas society of Zion loth j eran Church had a pleasant time on tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Edward Hendrickson of Hayos and Trenton Avenue. Mrs. Theodore Gratz will move tomorrow from her Home on Wilson Avenue to her Bungalow 327 t mrs. Henry Paul Busch of Phila a Delphia was an overnight guest on the 22nd of miss Frances la. Landreth. Of 62h Radcliffe strict. Mrs. Howard Coombe entertained the Acorn club at her Home in Jaik son Street yesterday after Neon. The Church building on on May 3rd. a a j mrs. Eloise Earhart of Germau on wednesday evening. May 8th. Town a 1 or 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 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a memorials \ William a. Carver a est. 1877 x statuary monuments t headstones crosses a place your order now for Early a Spring. Large Stock to select x from. A phone Bristol 369-j. 211 Cedar St. Bristol 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 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a is spending several weeks As miss Eleanor Compton who make her Home at 1315 Pond Street Wai a week end guest in Ardmore. The cake Sab i id in John Slimy Eros office on Mill Street Given under the auspices of the mothers meeting on saturday cleared $52.22. Mrs. Knight Wallen of Philadelphia was the sunday Guy St if or. And mrs. Robert Patton of 33d Jackson Street. The Moose boy scout patrol no was entertained recently and mrs. Michael Petryck Jackson Street. By of or. 321 Pond last miss Anna Cobb of 1209 Street returned to her Home week from a seven weeks visit to Lier Home town Asbury Park n. Mysterious packages addressed to miss Anne Merrillan the two year old daughter of or. And mrs. Lyman Merrillan of 521 Radcliffe Stre i. Kept arriving for several Days until a monday the 22nd, which proved to a he the anniversary of miss Anne. A Natal Day. 1-Cte in the afternoon two cakes each with two candles i appeared to the Delight of Little miss aum. The Day was a Happy one for the child and the contents of the packages gave her great Joy. Mrs. Frank Lehman and mrs. William g. Bit canian on wednesday attended a lecture held in the Philo Masian clubhouse in Philadelphia. A luncheon followed by a meeting of the club which was in charge of. Mrs. Charles Livingstone a member of the club. Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street z or. And Fri. Joseph Mccaison of Pond Street entertained at sunday dinner or. And mis. A r. Johnson or. And mrs. William reified and son Lew by reified of Florence n. J., mrs. Anna Cobb of 1209 Pond Street. Or. And mrs. Howard Coombs off Jackson Street was at Home on wed Iii inlay evening of this week to the card club of which Jiey Are members. Card club no. 9, which is composed of the following members Aire. End in Martin mrs. Emil Metzger. Mrs. Howard Purcell Mia. La. K. Jensenius. Mrs. Fred Leibfreid miss Maria Jai vis mrs. George Ard Rey and mrs. Horace Fleck Einstein will have a splendid Outing tomorrow when they will go to Philadelphia take lunch together then go to see a play at a popular theatre then come together for a Good dinner a a Well known dining place and a trip again to a other theatre in the evening. Or. And mrs. Irvin Scheffey and their sons. Irvin and Edgar and their grandchild. Rosemary Sheffy of 34 6 Lafayette Street motored recently to Pottstown to pay a i it it with relatives. Mrs. Arthur copes irk. Of 258 Harrison Street sailed on saturday on the Steamer Adriatic for Liverpool. Mrs. Copes tick has gone to pay a visit with relatives. There will in local interest in the recent election of or. William Martin. Of Atlantic City As vict president of the Atlantic City ministerial $1.25 k0nj0la 98c $1.20 syrup of pepsin 89c $1.00 or. Miles Nervine Tablet a. 85c $1.25 s. S. S. Blood tonic ,98c $1.50 Gudets pesto Mandan .98c $1.25 hoods Sarsaparilla 98c $1.00 Pujol 6sc $1.00 russian Mineral Oil 59c $1.00 Squibb a Mineral Oil 70j $1.20 father Johns 89c Hardy plants chrysanthemums Columbine Cornflower Delphinium foxgloves Gaillardia Hardy carnations Phlox hollyhocks pyrethrum Iris poppies Scab Iosa. Shasta Daisy Triton a and Veronica a also bedding plants. Azaleas. Shrubbery and ornamental vines carnations $1.00 per Doz. Pansies 60c Doz. Cut Flowers a funeral designs phone 42-j-4. We. P. Yeagle Bath Road Bristol i $1.25 Dethol 97c $1 of so septic. 89c 50c Philips magnesia____39c 65c pistol .55c 60c Witch Hazel it 39o 85c Jad salts.69c 75c at id inc 69c 60< Sal Hepatica. 45c 75c Mead a Dextrin Maltase 59c miss m. Webb miss Elizah the Crichton and mrs. William Moss we a re delegates on thursday to the missionary society presbyterian see let y of Philadelphia North held in Leverington Church Kox Omro. Miss Blanche Myers of Overbrook was the week end guest of mrs. Melvin Webb of 933 a Deltete Street. Miss Georgine Macmin dial of 933 Radcliffe Street was hostess to the tuesday afternoon Bridge club. Or. And mrs. L. Lynch of Philadelphia and daughters m s Doris and Dolores we re sunday guests of or and mrs. L. Lynch jr., of 24ti Harrison Street. Or. And or. A. Marker of new Brunswick. N. J., were guest for the week end with or. And mrs. James Sterhardt of 24 4 Harrison Street. Or. And mrs. Anthony Russo of 310 do Ranee Street entertained Over the week end or. And mrs. Charles Mazza mrs. Elizabeth Hennard of Gardendale air. And mrs. Charles Spezzano. Of Bristol and or. Or. And mrs Clarence Kaufman and her daughter Helen of tensile be were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Charles Rem of 212 Jefferson Avenue and mrs. Anthony Den n. Demarco of cant a card party for the Benefit of the needlework Guild will be held on monday april 29th, a the borne of mrs. William c. Lecompte Radcliff Street. A Large delegation will be present and every one is invited. Do not forget the time 2 p. In. Mrs. David Fenton of Pond Street and her daughters. Doris and Geraldine motored recently to spend the Day in Atlantic City. Mrs. Louis c. Spring chairman of the Labrador Branch of the needlework Guild of America if very anxious that the meal Ems of the Branch shall Send their contributions of garments to her Home before May 1st. Suggests let in he a you Coare a reliable la i i piece we a Rome Vul. Way v watch Iori a a miss Theresa Stearin of Pond Street has resumed her position Iii Philadelphia. Misses Dorothy Hardy Mary Rooney Tai lira Bel and Margaret Hendricks went to Trenton on saturday to attend the sorority dance of state Normal school and afer Ward went to Bordentown to spend the weekend with or. And mrs. William Feaster formerly of Bristol. Did you Ever try our delicious Devil cake squares or Marble squares a we have them fresh every Day. Special on fridays and saturdays cheese custard and fruit pies 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 i Headquarters for i boys shoes ii the class of the methodist sunday school taught by miss Mary Lippon Cott met for their monthly meeting on tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Mary Warden Edgely. Fresh buns. Rolls and bread every sunday at 5 p m. Special inspection Only $150 service Here s just the thing you be been looking for a periodic inspection of Che vital Points of your automobile at a Low Price. For Only $1.50, Well Check up the Battery Generator charging rate distributor Carburettor adjustment lights brakes Shock absorbers tire inflation steering gear and Tell you exactly what the car needs to be kept in the Best possible condition. An ounce of prevention is Worth a Pound of cure Quot. Bring your Ford to us now. A few dollars spent at this time will help to keep your car like new and give you Many More Miles of care free economical motoring. A a Colliery a the pinochle club met on thurs Day afternoon at the Home of mis. Harry tinman of new Buckley t Street. Favors were handed at the \ do Ranee and Wood sts., Bristol a. Wards Quality bakery Bristol. A. Grossmann a specials fruits and vegetables greatest values lowest Prues fresh Given peas 20e pm. Extra Nice grape fruit 6c a. Lemons. 20c Doz. Bananas. 15c Doz. Blood oranges 15c Doz. Crisp celery 10c Bunch for 15c. 7c la iceberg lettuce Nev onions. Good old potatoes new potatoes. $1.00 Bas. English walnuts. 30c la Nice strawberries 20c amp 25c it. 50c v2 by. Solid cabbage spinach asparagus peppers Squash mushrooms tomatoes apples grapes egg plants etc., at the very lowest prices. You can depend on us when you Send the child Morris Grossman Bath Otter and Mill streets Bristol. A. A a a a a a / a a in / 5 / / a a a a / / a a a a a a a a a a 5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i it / is i i a a a a a a i Good vision is vital to Success and happiness i our glasses Are a part of your dress do your eyes tire easily upon Reading or doing Fine Woik if you have trouble at All have your eyes examined my Tell you frankly we will make a thorough examination whether you need glasses or a change. Our methods Are most modern and reliable. Of getting the Correct lenses for your eyes and frames for your individual face. You can the Best be sure looking our prices Are very moderate l. C. Jeweler and optometrist 312 Mill Street Bristol a. Phone Bristol 483-w. I. A Tvr last meeting to mrs. Wilmer Dyer mrs. Stanley Keels and mrs. Harvey Deiterich. The other pinochle club recently formed was entertained on monday evening by mrs. Franklin Smith of Wilson Street. Phone 348 mrs. Anna speak has been spending a we a a with her daughter mrs. Harry Molden. Of Bath Street. Vow a it it i5 a sew electrically j \ Singer sewing a machines on free demonstration rewiring of All makes of sewing machines Call m. L. Hess 122 Mill Street phone Bristol 374 i $ i a a a a Hurrah for boys week Hurrah for the youngsters and May the Best Gung win our boys shoes Are Winnia All the Lime. Study Quality Long life they stand the Gaff Tennis shoes Kodak and films expert developing and printing Wrights drug store grand theatre bldg., Bristol a we a gym by a Yew is a a a i / ii 95c shoppers luncheons refresh you if of of tor a shopping tour at Suttas. Try a toasted Sandwich a Tup of hot chocolate and a delirious Simitar. What could i better a clean and inviting.9 Suflas confectionery James Suflas. Proprietor 425 Mill Street Bristol a. Up ii a a a every boy needs a pair for the week s events can to play Well unless you Wear Mem. Anc they re just the thing for the Hall game. Come on you dads fix up the boys with shoes that Wear. That look Good. That give the kids a thrill we have Ems Frank Green John. Black x paper hanging and Interior j i decorating. All work Guaran a teed. Wall paper for Sale. phone Bristol 146-e. A 204 Cedar St. Bristol a. building a Jetter Pristol j Tranotti electric shoe repairing shoes repaired while you a t Jefferson ave. And Garden St. 1770 Farragut ave. Next to 7�\ ferry Ford Bristol. A. I la Polla Bros. Merchant tailors Call for and delivery Quick services cleaning i pressing altering garments i 215 Mill St. Leroy Allen automobile repairing washing greasing towing Battery charging Royal garage / a 912 Pond Street phone 523 _ Community merchants listed Here Are lending their material support to this building Campaign. We t0� can support it by buying of these merchants. I a a phone 658-w. 308 Mill Street Bristol Roseanne dress Shoppe amp Beauty parlor permanent waving us in a. Oil no a a a a a a a a a a a it v i no frill or bring a Friend Mill ski i ii�111 by 11 53 i i i i a jaspers cleaning and dyeing Call for and deliver 419 Mill Street Bristol a. Phone 728 we. I. Murphy i Nde Laker 316 Jefferson ave., Bristol. . Phone 414 the Industrial health. Accident and life insurance company $30.00 weekly and burial benefits As High As $500.00. W. H. Smith supt. 204 Mill Street Bristol. A. Harvey s. Rue estate funeral service 325 Mill St., Bristol phone 71 John h. Wichser Tiu slate and slag roofing furnaces and ranges 309 do Ranee St., Bristol s67-m i Job printing th2 Idehen rent office it Bristol a

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