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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 15, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Face two err Bucks county Independent Bristol. Pa., Friday. August 15. 1930. Social and personal happenings tunic act xxx to r by miss Esther Lawrence mrs. Thomas of Neil of Philadelphia is spending a week with or. And mrs James Mcllvain of Buckley Street. And miss Charlote Cadwallad a will so to item Wing on the 16th where 403 j miss Francis Cadwallader is spending the summer in Camp. Of r. D. 1 Frank Colt mrs. George la tue Bristol entertained mrs of Long Island mrs. Russell Burton of Tuhy town. And mrs. Fred Beans of Yard by thursday. Three tables of cards were played the winners being mrs. Russell Burton and mrs. Fred Beans. Mrs. N. Gott of pint was hostess at luncheon on to the ladies of tin which she is a Grove tuesday Bridge club of nit Ember. During the afternoon Bridge was played miss Mary Conrad of phia masters isl Wood and Robert Paul of Ocean City Are the guests this week of or. And mrs. Philip Conrad of 502 Radcliffe Street. he Lawn party held by the ways and Means committee of the travel club on wednesday on the grounds of the East Burn property was an enjoyable affair and a financial Success. The participants were All personally welcomed by mrs. It. A. French. Refreshments weit sold to augment the funds. Two Large cakes presented by members were disposed of. About ten tables were provided Foi cards. Favors were handed to mrs. Thomas Scott mrs. Charles Abbott mrs. Linton Martin miss Esther Lawrence mrs. A. Morris Philadel a mrs. A. R. Burton mrs. Charlesi or. And mrs. John Dugan and family of Philadelphia Are spending a week with relatives in Garden Street. Mias Marie Dugan is making an extended visit with her grand Mother mrs. James Dugan of 641 Pine stent. Mrs. John w. Campbell Ltd 262 Madison Street returned on after a ten Days \ Isit Wiki her parents in Magnolia Del. \ or. Earl Rinehold and were the sunday guests of ter on Long Island. Family his Sis misses Katharine and Mary Moore of Pittsburgh spent the Day recently with their aunt mrs. T. F. O Connor of 2 12 Harrison Street. Or. And mrs. Richard Delong 245 Radcliffe Street will go Carlisle during the coming week. Of to and Walter t. Smith of Elizabeth n. Miss Lou p. Smith of Philadelphia i is Ella l. Smith of be Brunswick n. J., and George Smitn of Sunbury a. _ 4. _ a Lucen Ric dances Are much harder j i than straight acrobatic mutism s Nina Olivette tells about eccentric dancing x. Paul Lodge funeral services for j. Paul Lodge were held from his Lati residence at Fallsington on sunday afternoon a 2 p. M. Rev. S. Because former a a straight Morrow a former pastor of to be really funny a per must first per fee the a Quot i and then burlesque tin a according to Nina Oliv the a Hose antics provide much in obituary Par aim Emilie m. Al Church officiated at no a Queen High a a the services and burial was made in i Alan Del Broadway the i co red it i of Miller miss Jane Rogers Owens and mrs. Do ton Green. Mrs misses Elizabeth and Nan Brennan and miss Mary Hurley of Bristol and i s Madeline of Hara of Trenton will sail from new York saturday on the a St. Louis for Savannah. Or. And their set n Phyllis of two weeks mrs. Charles Peet and Charles and daughter West Circle will spend in grand rapids Midi. The trip will be made by Auto. Mrs. Lina gut Nie and friends from Newark go on saturday by Auto to mrs. Guthrie a Home town in Low a. Mrs. A. Hill of Radcliff has ret urn d 11 of a month with relatives in Jackson while she was in Michigan Hei Myron Harrington of Atlanta motored there to \ Isit her came Back to Bristol with her. Spending several Days Here or. Ringtone returned to Georgia the trip Home mrs. Hill Sain country was parched crops being a iss ruined and drinking wat at a to Premium. S Reet \ Isit Mich son g a., and after Huron the or Harold Hunter of Harrison i Street returned on saturday after a weeks visit with friends m Wollaston mass. Miss Helen Smith miss Annie Terence and Ross Smith returned to their Home in Guttenburg n. J., on monday afer a visit of of week with or. And mrs. Petrik of 21 Jackson Street. Mrs. Elizabeth Quicksell funeral services for mrs. Eliza Beth Quicksell were held on tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock from the funeral Home of the ii. S. Rue estate Cedar Street. Rev. George f. Less Paster of the Bristol m. E., Church was in charge of the services and burial was made in Bristol cemetery. The deceased was 86 years of age and died in the Harriman Hospital on saturday. Several weeks prior to being moved to the local Hospital in Emilie cemetery. The late or. Lodge was 33 years of age and died in the Harriman v Hospital on thursday night follow ing the removal of his appendix a Tow Days before. The deceased is survived by his wife Lydia 11. Lodge Daugh a j , Harriet his Mother. I s. Anna i Ltd de Trenton n. Tab ree Sisters with it tints production the Schwab aim Success. In 11 Ai Piatak Ltd to a y originate in Nihil la new eccentric it Laiu c a she explained at the new y. It studio recently. Quot such a is impossibly difficult whih the fun shed routine Seldom would it a laugh. A my Meti Iod is to learn Batic dance the Syc Opatt d Black Button the Haties in acro clog. The mis. Clarence t. Blinn \ t Trenton Quot any of Tlly a others which an him s. Charles Rowland of Philadel i constantly evolved and by rein a phia and mrs. William. Rockhill of ja31 Iny Muscles then try to Law be. Eutilie and three Brothers William appearance of Fulling Apar Wiio of 1 let Hay res and Hai Jey and Abel j performing it. Tin i Sci Alv a of Roslyn. Seems to be i. Lodge had been s resident Chi miss Olivette whose Buffoon mis Hattie i borne of Freeland will be the guest for three weeks of or. And mrs. Harvey Eilerich of Madison Street. Misses Marie Gaffney and fit Ilie Dugan leave on sunday by boat to Maine. They will a week away. Kath to go spend i mrs. St ree. Harry i favors i club. William Barrot Monroe mrs. Stanley Keers and mrs. Hii Iman recently won he of card party no. 1 pint c Lile with Burg Elanore Smith went on Mon. Put my the rest of the month her grandparents in Gutten a. Or. And mrs. N. B. Adams have moved from 2314 Wilson Avenue Toji,0ill> 323 Jackson Street. Mrs. Quicksell was a patient at the Emilie for Over 2<tvea in Ami a i Quot �?~7m,. Hahnemann hos Piui in l Iladel recently moved to Fallsington. Errol. Explain that Thi sun.,t Way the late mrs. Quicksell had reside. A a. A a a a walk howl -. It Quot is 1 1 de in Bristol tor a number of Yea. Mass amp pm Schaffer a a d of on tin oth Slie was tie widow of Captain to. A miss Anna m. Schaffer was buried Quot i can see no Eph Quicksell. From the Home other sister Virs. I audiences 3imnlv a vet mrs. Quicksell was a member of i Elizabeth Johnson Park Avenue j Knees a she said i i 1 so to tie Bristol m. Church and Wasj Eddington last saturday afternoon j to riels so often the it Quot a a affiliated with the shepherds de Jat 2 p. M. Interment was made in stage i have to be Ltd Quot Quot in Light Lodge shepherds of by tile a Beechwood Ujiki Nwe a Iii. Mrs. Joseph David of 1623 Wilson Avenue returned on saturday after a seven weeks visit in old it m Burg n. Y. Laura Heston Smith misses Clara King and Emily Bracken Jolt last week to go by boat to the Bahamas. They Are expected Home on saturday. Or. And mrs. Harvey Deiterich of Madison Street spent the week end with relatives in Freeland. Or. And mrs. William Griffith or. And mrs. Johnston Hetherington or. And mrs. George Crone or. And mrs. Robert Downing Are expecting to attend the state convention of the american legion to he it id on t he 2 1st, 22nd and 23rd of August in Harrisburg. Or. And mrs. Charles i. La pol la and son Charles of 14 18 Farragut Avenue spent sunday at set a site n. Mrs. Roy Jenks was hostess at her Hom. 119 Jefferson Avenue on tuesday evening to the Dorcas society. Miss Elizabeth Mayberry of 841 Gaiden Street has been spending two weeks with her aunt in Colonia. Mis. Neal Gal higher and her son James and daughter miss Alice of Bayonne n. J., Are making an extended visit with relatives in mansion Street. Or. And mrs. P. Delia of Philadelphia and their two children spent a Day recently with or. Anu mrs. Charles c. Lapolia of Farragut a Enue. Or. And mrs. Arthur Pickei my with their son Arthur of 243 Monroe Street spent the week end with friends in Lansdowne. Mrs. K. Phia was a mrs. Robert son Street. W. Wallen of Philadel recent guest of or. Aim j. Patton of 330 Jaek interment was made in cemetery Ali Tim \ Ille 1 the deceased was 8u years of Ajuis died last tuesday night at Home of her sister. She was 0 Ait daughter of the late Godfrey services Lor Lis Laura Heston Arma b. Schaffer. Bmith were held on monday after-1 noon at 2 of clock from tie residence. 0 of Charles Lla Efner a Hulmeville. Rev mis. Sarah d. Roberts Vernon w. Middleton pastor of the j m is Sarali i. Roberts was Nesh Aminy m. Hureh officiated from her late heme at Trevose and burial was made in Beech Wood a monday afternoon. Interment cemetery. Made in Northwood cemetery Phila the late miss Smith was 75 years a it Delphia. The deceased was the Wilt of age and died on thursday Iasi stage i have to keep from Walkin Bow legged or sitting body a out of pig on toed or w Ith my whole f t buried f on j a Rev. Andrew g. Sol la returned recently after several weeks stay at fort Eustis a. Miss Frances Barr of 267 Monroe Street returned to her Home on saturday after a six weeks tour on the continent. Miss Barr was on a Stu-1dents�?T trip. After an illness cd three weeks duration. She was the daughter of the late Robert and Sarah Heston Smith and was born in Lambertville n. The deceased is Surv Ive d by live Sisters and three broths mrs. Charles Haefner miss Alice c. Smith and Cyrus e. Smith of Hull Neville mrs. A. Y. Tomlinson of William Roberts and was 44 a ars 1 of age. Death was due to apoplexy. Expert work in a a he stitching and 4 Picot edging Quick services moderate Price the Singer shop % 122 Mill St. Phone 374 f $ i i i a / a a y 1 a a a a it / y Diamond rings out pm my amp for All occasions a fully designed in All fashions select a by the Auti Liew Gruen watch it s an excellent timepiece have h Large selection of Diamond rings watches Brot Klies emblems pins Etc. From which to come in today and see them. W. Clark jewel 17 amp wat Ltd repairing Mill amp Cedar sts., Bristol i i Charles Rogers of 703 mansion Street has returned from a lengthy ii with his aunt in new Bedford mass. Mrs. Leonard Fenton of i Madison Street was idiom ass on Day to pinochle club no. Altoona club. 268 Mon i. Or i and mrs. W. A. Seabaugh of 023 Cedar Street have just returned from a two weeks trip to Sabinsville t Iowa county. Or. And mrs. James j. Mccormick of Highland Park will spend the week end with mrs. Mccormick a parents or. And mrs. John p. Gulia Gher of 701 Pind Street. Or. And mrs daughter miss tors of relative Shuhoi Ken. William Barr France s. Were on sunday in and \ Isi con or. And mrs. Walter or. And mrs. Algernon f. Leedom Cadwallader John Debauch and Hei daughter miss Veronica have been Isit ing for two months with mrs. Debater a it us primer t4i� Pocono in Quot or. And airs. W. Clarke miss May Clarke of 218 Harrison St Reft and or. And mrs. Roy Nichols of j Jackson Street returned on sunday alter two weeks Isit with relatives in Ogdensburg n. Y. A a m m permanent waving. D0 free resets All phases of Beauty culture Rose Anne do quote it shr. 231 Mill St. Phone 537 cookies j Apple cake delicious pastries. Bread and % pies is the result of pure in 5 Gredic its thoroughly mixed 5 plus careful baking. This is the secret of our Success. If you Haven to tasted wards pastries for goodness Sake a try them hot bread every afternoon at 1 . The Pearl guessing contest closed f last Friday evening. \ the winning number was �?o38�?� Moffor a Semi annual shoe Sale j i i or. And mrs. William Griffith miss Katharine Schade and Beulah Thornton motored Hist sunday to Atlantic City n. Or. And mrs. Frank Kennedy 01 1 j Gaiden Street have returned Home utter a two weeks visit with a daughter in Coatesville. Louis v. Townsnd of 804 mansion. Street is spending a week with relatives in Upland mrs. N. Pistil 1 i and daughter miss Rose will return tomorrow after spending a week in Moorestown 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 30&Quot Mill Street Bristol. A. Closed All Day sundays july 27 until sept. 1. Inc. Wards bakery Wood amp d0rrance its. It Bristol a. 5 phone 348 5 the five persons who received strands of pearls for prizes were highly pleased. Our Stock of Diamond rings fancy Stone rings 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 dignified credit plan. Open a thar e account at l. C. Wettling 312 Mill Street jeweler and optometrist phone 483-w. F .4 j / a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a j j a a a a a a / / a a a a a a a a i / a a r guaranteed All it Ather. Buy now and save 20% just a few of our bargains menus All leather oxfords Black and tan. Raj. $4 value Sale Price Mia to Rotley Lardy daughter of or. And mrs. John h. Hardy graduates today a a commercial teacher from the rider commercial College in t Renton. Mrs. Annie s. Groom is this week with a Niece do w lie. Spending in lans mrs. N. B. Bertolette and her Bobby and Reed of Harrisburg formerly of Bristol Are spend ill a. It in week a Ali or. And airs. William c. Lecompte of 430 Rae Cliffe Street. Imp. And airs. Judson Stradling and 1 b and airs. George Stanley a Day recently at sea Side. Spent $ circulating Library i greeting cards playing cards. G tally cards. Stationery $ the better magazines ? hand dipped candies that do not drip a Carolyn Williams \ a sweeten the Cay with Candy no. 6 Miil Street at Radcliffe. Bristol. A Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street ladies one strap pumps in Patent. With Cut outs i due to so. Sale Price / / $ a a 4> a a i i last two Days of our Semi annual Sale i misses Mark Gaffney and Katharine Dugan Aii going to spend next week in Portland me. A few of our amazing values boys keds 9 9 a. A Ai a Ltd it use. Dyers Dairy foods childhood a Happy hour s milk fits into a child a life with a restful healthful purpose. It is a food that All medical men insist the child needs. Pure milk like ours. Eiwood deep. Your. Milkman x x x \ wanted a our presence at the special outdoor evangelistic meetings beginning sun., aug. 17, 8 1. M. To sent sun., aug. 24, 8 i. M. Every evening hut sat., 8 p. M. William Hawkes evangelist Robert Fillmore Singer Young men full of Energy and enthusiasm newp0rtville Church in Newportville 50c rubbing alcohol 25c_ $1 00 listerine __67c_ $1.00 4 Squibb s Mineral Oil __67c__ 25c listerine tooth paste 16c $1.25 Bayers 79c aspirin Conti 50c Castile. 36e shampoo 45c k0tex 29c 35c eve ready Blades __24c_ Forhan s tooth paste 39c $1.25 flax0lyn 69c Phillips 25c Johnson s baby powder 14c 50c milk 32c magnesia $1.25 k0nj0la 69c $1.00 jtuj0l 56c 25c Colgate s tooth paste i6c $1.25 abs0rbine. 89c or. 50c Pluto water 29c $1.00 russian Mineral Oil 46c 50c k0lyn0s tooth paste 28c___ 75c the Alison tabs 56c___ $1.00 c0ty s face powder 69c 45c m0dess 29c 25c Mavis Talcum 14c_ 10c palmolive soap 6 for 35c 35c Gem Blades 2ic 60e neet 39c 50c Gillette Blades _33c__ 50c Mennens shaving Cream _33c $1.00 at Carbonate 79c $1.00 lav0ris 72c $1.00 0valtine 63c 50c wildr00t wave set 37c $1.00 Sal hepatic a _77c_ 75c Doan s kidney pills 49c $1 00 agak0l 89c 25c Blue Jay Corn plasters __19c 60c Jergen s lotion 36c $1.00 musclet0ne 53c Moffor a shoe store a a a 311 Mil St., Bristol j 50c hindus Honey and Almond Cream 29c a a a a a 0 1 a a a a i i a a a a a a a a f a a a a a 4t a f a a 4 4 a 4 4 # f a a a a t t 1/ x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x a r / x x x x $ i x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x menus scout shoes a St Irdy work Saioc. Sizes 6 to 11 regularly sell at $2.75 and $3.00. Sale Price $ 1.89 to v. I u v of in feet look i rom Demind \ t i. I get a u uis it ii ii aft. He i i choir act 1 Fiel a a i. Fair 3 5c. Extra sales people to wait on you no inconvenience i x i x x x x $ i x x a

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