Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 15 Aug 1930
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 15, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Page two Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday. August 15. 1930. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence mrs. Thomas of Neil of Philadelphia. In spending a week with or Ami Vins. James Mcllvain of 403 Buckley Street. Mrs. George Labue of h. U. L a Lawn party held by the ways Bristol entertained mrs Frank Cole Ami Means committee i f the travel of Bons Inland mrs. Russell Burton club on we do Aday on the grounds of Tullytown and mrs. Fred Beans of the Faut Burn property was an of Yardley thursday. Tin tables j enjoyable affair arid a Lin amp ii Cial pc played or. And mrs. John Dugan and family of Philadelphia Are spending a week with relatives in Gat Den St reel. Of urls w Ere being mrs. He Fred Beans la the built n tables winners and mrs. Mrs. K. N. Got i of Bine Grove was hostess at luncheon on Tuest Lay to the ladies of the Hii la club of which she is a in Chubei. During tin Ai Tor noon Bridge was play etl. Miss Mary Conrad it Philadelphia masters Elwood and a obit Paul off an City Are the git it s this week of or. And tis. Philip k. Conradd 502 Radcliffe Street. Cess. The participants were All personally welcomed by mis. It. Viz. French. Be Iresom tits we sold to augment the funds. Two Large cakes presented by members Wert disposed of. Taiwan fun tables were provided lot eat is. Favors were banded to mrs. Thomas Scott mrs. Chai it s Abbott mrs. malt in mils father Law rence mrs. A. Mot tis mrs. A. It. Burton mrs. Charles mins Marie Dugan is making in extended visit with her grandmother mrs. James Dugan of 641 Pine steel Ami miss Char i Ole cad Walla it fir will go to lied Wing on the 16th where miss Francis Cadwallader is spouting the summer in ramp. Mrs. John w. Campbell. It 262 Madison Street returned on Munday after a ten Days visit i i her parents in Magnolia Del. And t. Smith of Elizabeth no j. Boti i. Smith of Philadelphia i if Kila l. Smith of no Brunswick a. J., and George Smit of Sunbury la. A i Nina Olivette tells about eccentric dancing or. An min. Richard Delong. 245 Radcliffe Street. Will Carlisle during the Corning week. Of to or. Fail Kine Hoid and were the sunday guests of ter on Long Inland. Family his Sis obituary Miller of us mis and Al Jan Hen in. Do on Green. D i m Kim. Nan an i of and Trenton Sal inlay Savannah. Eliza bet ii an Nan brei miss Mary Hurley of Brit lbs Madeline of Hara of will sail from new Yolk on the a a St. Louis for or. And their a ii Phyl ii of two weeks mrs. Chati p and Chai b a Ami daughter went Circle will spend Iii grand rapids Mich. The trip will be mad by Auto. Mrs. Linn Goth i rom new Ai k go on to mrs. Guthrie slow a. In Aud friends saturday by Auto Home town n. Misses Mali Gaffney and Alin Dugan leave on sunday by boat to Maine. They will a week away. Fat ii to go i s Pend misses Clara King and Emily Bracken 111 last week to go by boat to the Bahamas. They Ai expected Home on saturday. Mrs. A. Ii ii cd la Ole i Iff h it Ivet Bas ret urn d from a to not 11 ii visit it h i Clat in to in jut Lea on Mich. While it he i is in i Cli Ira a la r Mph Myron Ham no ton of at la it to. Iii. Mot Ore i t Bel a to it i i it her and Caum i irk to b re to i Ith her. After i Hgt Odin g he a i a i Day a Uva or. Hal a ringtone ret it ii cd to Jeu it Gin. On Iii trip ii no i m i t Hill hat i t he count i y w ilk p Arche d. Or Ojik Ilig ruin let. And a i i Tiki a o w at r at a pc min i min. Hat it Horne of for land will in t lie g ult it lot three week i of or. An 3 in Flarv y Dit Iuri Ltd it Madison sin it. Mrs. Will Tan i Barr. It til m Onroe str i Al 11?. \ St till y it or h Aud mrs. Harry i ii ii Utah rec i1 it in w on the i favor of Ca i d Patty n to. I pin i Hie i Lull. Or. Arad m a t i y d it it Erich of misses Kathatine Ami Mary movie. Of Pittsburgh a pent the Day recently with their aunt mrs. T. F. Of Connor of 242 limit Ishii Smet i hat of Hunter of Harrison Street ret to i tied in saturday alter a week visit with i mends Iii Wollaston mass. Miss he a n Smith miss Anni Faience and Ross Smith returned to thei Home in Cotto Burg n. J., on monday afer a visit of tin week with or. And mrs. Petrik of 321 a la Kunii Street. Miss Fla no re Smith went on monday to p and the rest of the month with her grandparents in gun Coburg. N. Or. And mrs. N. La. Adams liar moved from 329 Jackson 2 114 Wilson Street. Light Avenue to i hem. Mrs. Elizabeth Quicksell fund a1 services for mrs. Kliza Beth quicken were held on til Aday i afternoon at 2 o clock from the i Tun Era i Horn of Tell. S. Rue estate Cedar Street. Rev. George f. I Hen. Paster of the Bristol m. A i Church was Iii charge of the services amt burial was made in b is Tol cemetery. The a ceased w As 86 years of age a and died Iii the Harriman Hospital a on saturday. Several weeks prior to being moved to the local Hospital i mrs. Quicksell was a patient at the Hahnemann Hospital in Phil amp Del it phia. The late mrs. Quicken had resisted Iii Bristol Tor a number or year. I site was the widow of Captain Joseph quicks la. Mrs. Quicksell was a member of tin Bristol m. F. Church and was Anilla Ltd with the shepherds de it 2 p. In. Lodge shepherds of Bothie Beechwood a. Paul Lodge / funeral services for j. Paul Lodge Wert held from his Law residence ii Fallsington on sunday afternoon a 2 p. In. Rev. Abu Row a Foi Mer pastor a if the Emilie Ai. To Church oth Claud at the services Ami burial was tirade int Emilie cemetery. The late or. Long was 33 years i of age and lilt a Iii the Harriman. Hospital Iii the night Vollov. Rotim s a per a que eccentric dances a much hat Sci than straight acrobatic because to by really funny former must Hist perfect to a pm Raight Steps Ami then b them according to Nina Cliv to. Whose antics provide lunch of to comedy in Pani mount a production do a Quieti High a the Schwab Ami Aland in to Way Success. Quot it is a mistake to try to originate an entirely new eccentric dance a she explained at to n studio recently. A such a Diamond rings \ Ai a f to apr Nix u his lug the Rem few Days before. The deceased is survival by w tie Lydia ii. Long a in a Lei Harriet his Mother. Airs. Anna ledge , n. Lie Sisters . Clarence t. Blini it of Trenton min. Charlen ii land of Philadel phia. And mrs. William Roi Khili cd Eutilie Anil this Brothers William of i let Hay res and Harvey Ami Abel of Holly n. Alt. Lodge a i been i resident cd i Emilie of or Over 20 years Aud had i just recently moved to Fallsington. Miss Antu m. Scoffer i miss Anna Al Schaffer was buried a front the Home cd her sister airs. Fli Zulm the Johnson Park Avenue it Knees Eddington last saturday afternoon trick. Interment was made in cemetery. La to Mcphie. Impossibly a list leu is bed rout in laugh. A Aly method i hat in dance the let in in while i a Seldom would to learn syncopated the Chat i is which Ai 1 and by then t ailing the i p h mrs. Joseph i it avid if 1623 we son Avenue returned on saturday after a seven weeks visit Iii Ogdensburg a y. Laura Heston Smith for miss Laura Heston i the docent and lil Las of her daughter of air. And airs. William Griffith or. And airs. Johnston Hetherington sir and mrs. George Creel or. And has. Robert Downing a e expecting to attend the state convention of the am Ricatti legion to cd lie by on the 2 1st, 22nd Aud 23ri of August Iii Harrisburg. Madison with i or. And ? a nu1. N. St re at a it tin week end 1 v a mrs. Roy Jenks v bout 4 i is Jeffer tuesday evening society. As hostess at her on Avenue on to the Dorcas lid mrs. Charlesll i chalks of his spent sunday at i la pol la a re Gilt a Side mrs. K. W. Wallen phia. Was a re edit git airs. Robert j. Patton son Street. Or Philadel it of air. Ana c f .�3 l Jack Al iss Fli Zaim the Mayberry of is Garden Street. Has Imen pending two weeks with her aunt Iii Colonia. Mrs. Neal Gallagher Ami her son James and daughter miss Alit of Bayonne n. J., a making an a a tended visit with relatives in Man bion Street. Or and or Delphia and slant a Day r airs. Charles c Aven be. S. P. Delia of Puha their two children intently with air Annit i it 11 a. A fat ragout Rev. Andrew g. Sol la returned recently after several weeks stay at fort Eustis a. Air. And w it it t it ii Roe Street friends Iii mrs. Arthur son Arthur of spent the week Lansdowne. Locket in diaries Rogers of 703 mansion Street has returned from a lengthy visit with his aunt in new Redbud m ass. Airs. Hima til feat Madison snet. Was to Day to pinochle club Altoona i till. I of Moll w i i ii miss Frances Barr of 26 Monroe j Street returned to her Hon on after a six weeks tour on the cont i Lieut miss Barr was on a Atu dents trip. Be i v tee Smith were held on afternoon at 2 of clock from lilt a aide net. Of Chalk Hauler Hulmeville. Rev Vernon w. Middleton pastor of the j Newham Iii Ai. K. Glim ii dictated Ami but Tai was made in Beechwood cemetery. The late miss Smitti was 75 years of age am died on i thursday last alter an illness of Thiec weeks duration. She was til daughter of the late Robert and Heston Smith and was born Iii Lambertville n. The deceased is survived by live Sisters and three Brot hrs mrs. Charles Lia Efner miss Alice cd Smith and Cyrus e. Smith of Huline tile mrs. A. Y. Tofu Lansou a was in years it tuesday night at sister. She was the lat Godfrey age huh am Black Bottom any of in nth constantly eol jail my muscle.--, appearance of performing it. seen to to be in j miss Olivetti Pont what i Remsh tin Errol explain that the of getting a laugh on the Valk boy legged or on the feet. A i can see no reason i audiences simply revel she said. A i Haw to often that a stage i have to a const to it keep Rorn walking pig o Bow legged or sitting with n body a out of an c lot. Reb Al tin Taro the or eing leg the i Hiie fro of i. Of a est was Ige is to i it with it bin i shake used the i off Tai my Kiel Anna Al Schaffer mis. Sarah d. Roberts airs Sarah d. Hob its was buried from Lier late heme at Trevose on monday afternoon. Interment was made in Northwood cemetery Philadelphia. The dec used was the wife a of William Selx its and was 14 years of a. Death was due to apoplexy. It Ltd f a a it a who a expert work in he stitching and Picot edging Quick sen ice moderate Price 5 the Singer shop % 122 Mill St. Phone 374 i 5 a a i 4 4 4 a a a a a a a a a 4 a % a a a a a a a a a a a r a a s a a a. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a few r i i to for All occasions a Brauti filly designed in All the new fashions select a Gruen watch it s a excellent timepiece Quot we have a Large re Lection of Diamond rings watches Bro i is emblems pins Etc. From Whir ii to Tanoos. Came in today and Sec them. W. Lark jewelry amp watch repairing Mil amp a Dar sts., Bristol you Mayv Yva no. 2 ugh Don or or. And Aire. William Barr daughter. Era to Ceil were tors of relatives on sunday in shul Khz Ken. And v inic it nor. And airs. A. Be Sabaugh of h2i�?T� Cedar St Cit have just return d from a two weeks trip to Sahib so ilk Tioga Bounty. Air. Abd mrs. James j. Mccormick of Highland balk will Speni tilt we a end w Ith mrs. Alcor my k a parents air. And airs. Jehu i. Gallagher of Toi bind St ret t. Air. And mrs. Walter air. Aud mrs. Algernon f. A Edoin. Cad a i la let i permanent waving free resets $8 i airs. John Dell Auer Ami Bel daughter miss Veronica have been visiting for two months with . It Baile a do a Volt r be Hie a Forono. Air. And airs. W. Clarke. Miss May Clarke of 21h Harrison sire i and air. And airs. Roy Nichols of Jackson strict ret unwed on sunday after two weeks visit with relative in Ogdensburg n. A. In 4 a i a in m in a i All phases of Beauty culture Roseanne 231 Mill St. Phone 537 or. And mrs. William Griffith miss Katharine Schade and Beulah i Horn ton motor i last sunday to Atlantic City n. Air. And airs. Frankki a Neisy. I <15 Garden Street have i Etui lied Home after a two weeks visit with a daughter Iii Coatesville. Louis v Townsl of sol mansion Street is spending a we a with i la Tivet in Upland. Airs. N. Pistilli and daughter miss rns will a it turn Toioi Witiw after spending a week Iii a in it Restow a and Atlantic City. Value a not Price our values Are always utmost values. We Are never undersold on merchandise of equal Merit. Value not Price Quot is the governing principle in our Success. Baylies jeweler authorized Elgin dealer 307 Mill Street Bristol. A. A a a a a z a a a a a a a Ujj i i a a a a a a a a a cookies Apple Ake delicious pastries. Bread and pie in the result of pure ingredients. Thoroughly mixed plus cart Ful baking. Til is 1b the secret of our Success. Of you Haven to tasted wards pastries for goodness Sake a try them i hot bread every afternoon at i . A a a a a a a a a a a a a a closed All Day sundays. July 27 until sept. I. Inc. Wards bakery its. A a a a a a a a a i la $ a an Awa the Pearl guessing contest closed last Friday evening. The winning number was �?o38�?� the five persons who received strands of pearls for prizes were highly pleased. Our Stock of Diamond rings fancy Stone ring watches jewelry and silverware is Complete. Fancy glassware casseroles in frames. Ice Tea sets. Console sets. Lamps Etc., make wonderful gifts buy your gifts and better Quality watches and jewelry on our dignify if d credit plan. Open a charge account at l. C. Wehling i Moffor a Semi annual a a a a f a a a a a a / r a a a a a a a a a a a a % continues ail oui famous brands Art on Sal id i s >11 new Stock guaranteed All leather. Buy now and save 20% just a few of our bargains menus All leather oxfords value Wood amp Durban cd Bristol. A. Phone 348 312 Mill Street jeweler and optometrist phone 483-w Bristol a. La is ii Dorothy i Lardy daughter of air. And Alin. John in Hardy glad nates today a a commercial teacher from the rider commercial College in Trenton. Airs. Al Init s. Groom is this week with a Niece Down. A Pandini in urns Al i s s. N. B. Chr Toletti and her so masters Bobby and heed of Harrisburg formerly of Bristol Are spending this week with or. And airs. William \ Lecompte of 430 Radcliffe Street. Air. And airs. Judson St lading Ami or and airs. George Stanley spent a Day recently at sea Side. Misses Mali Gaffney and Katharine Dugan Are going to spend not week Iii Coit land me. 3 i a a 5 circulating Library $ a a greeting cards. Playing cards. / a tally cards. Stationery a a the better Alag Zines hand dipped candies that do not drip j c Arolyn Williams a a a a a a i in in non no no t c a it sweeten the Lay with Candy Quot no. 6 Mill Street at Radcliffe. Bristol. A. I use. Dyers Dairy foods j v v ii a a / \ y 11 ulu i r / n la a childhood s Happy hours milk fits into a child a life with a restful healthful put pose. It is a food that All medical men insist the child needs. Pure milk like ours. A a Wood Dye your. Milkman 22j Lafayette St. Phone s9iw xxv no a xxv a a Vav Evv i i. A a \ wanted a a your presence at the special Oit a door evangelistic meetings 5 a a beginning sun., aug. 17, 8 i. A1. A a a a losing sun., aug. 24, 8 i. Ai. A a Evert evening but sat., 8 i. Al. A a w Illiam a avvies. Evangelist g a a Robert Fillmore Singer 5 $ Young men full of Energy and Ltd enthusiasm \ \ newp0rtville Church / a j in Newportville j a a Ltd i a 4 a a a a a a a a e a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street last two Days of our Semi annual Sale a few of our amazing values ladies one strap pumps with Cut outs. Value $5 to so. Sale Price Patent. Ii$1.95 $3.45ii boys a a a a 50c rubbing alcohol of listeria 67c Sigo Squibbs Mineral Oil 67e__ 25c listerine tooth paste _16c_ $1.25 Bayer s aspirin 79c 50l Contic Stile 36c shampoo 45c k0tex 29c 35c eve ready Blades _21c_ f0rhan s tooth paste 39c_ 25c Mavis Talcum lie $1 25 flax0lyn 69c 25c Johnson s baby powder i in is co Nijol 56c 25c Colgate s tooth paste __16c _ $125 abs0rbine. Or. _89c_ 50c Pluto water 29c 45r m0dess 29c 35 10c palmolive soap 6 for 35c $1.00 Sal Hepatica 77c 75c Doans kidney pills 49c Gem Blades 24c 60c neet 39c is of i.av0ris 72c 50. Wildr00t wave set __37c 25c Blue Jay Corn plasters _19 a 60c Jergen s lotion 36c Phillips 50c milk magnesia 32c $1.25 Ponjola 69c $100 russian Mineral Oil 46c 50c k0lyn0s tooth paste 28c 75c thalis0n tabs 56c $1.00 Coty s face powder 69c # 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 4 50i Gillette Blades _33c 50c Mennen s shaving Cream 33c Sigo atr0cafb0nate 79c $1.00 0valtine 63c $1 of Carol 89c $1.00 muscle tone 53 50c Hind s Honey and Almond Cream 29c i a a a a a f v it i a a a a a a a c a a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44444 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 4 a 4 / / a / / Ai Al a a a a a a a a a a of a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a men s scout shoes 6 a s by in Woik show sizes loll regularly sell at .75 and $3.00. Sale Price s1.89 to no v of or fun r a of i rom a u aft. F Hist of i ii it w. Virile i of cd pm a a it i die. I4it Juire. Extra sales people to wait on you no inconvenience Moffor a shoe store $311 Mill St., Bristol $ it no so a a a i 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
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