Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
15 Aug 1930

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15 Aug 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 15, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks count for amp pendent Bristol a. Friday August 15, 1930. Vhf in tit pvt a Yaju Ixl Mili a news of sports Cornwells wins by one run from Strong Horsham nine Croydon a. C. Nine to Twilight league Battle starts on sunday afternoon slow Driver is cars Are multiplied by the number greater menace to so Ai Jomo Bik ,0,�?Tcc<1 t0 > thu safety than fast one a the Best advice we can give to a i Type of Driver is to confine Bis a contrary to popular belief the sunday motoring to Little used the Philadelphia Bobbie girls will ii la id on Cornwe in i of. D. Flack was on the Mound for col new i and Vav Riih he was found for i 5 biggies to struck oui eight men Buell Lei in ii by for Horsham and Hie locals found Bim for a grail i total of 24 hits Many going for ext i a baes. I Iii is another Victory for Cornwells who have a Nice string of w in to i in 11 a red it i his is a on. Bol ii nines in guilty of foul errors apiece. A fast double play was complot id by Iii ibo Sha m team. A Bowman p. Bowman Ami Doii Hail led Cornwells Ai Bat. A. Bowman adde d Ariot her Home run to his Fin while the other were Good for triple and doubles. Thirteen of the 3ti hit vent for extra bases. St Alf Quot re Sells and Douglass leu t heir ii am w j i i j he. I Lek. It in ii Well wha one run Hack of hoi Ham v. In n they went to Bat in Hie la i Hall Ltd i Ila ninth inning. I hey scored two run to put the game on b I women were out when tin winning ally was made. Box score cob Nwe los b. La. O. A. E. Pm a y dwt 4 up pit i he first game for the champions _. A tax r i Ila. Buds Jajjo ship of the Bristol Twilight league Low Driver on the open Highway is country roads and keep the High after noon a greater menace 10 safety than the i Way pen to motorists who want to Motorist who drives along at a i use them for the purpose intended manage seed warranted by the condition of j when the state spent millions o will Cross the Load and the volume of dollars Iii their Are that is Tim opinion of the key j the b St i Stone automobile club which Points a a starvation diet and a special strongest girl teams in the of three games will decide the i to the Hazard created for other method of planting Are secrets Chi the game will be played on Bris j champions for the year 1930. Drivers by slow moving vehicles producing dwarfed Trees such As rown in Japan the miniature played this sunday on St. Ann s Field. In a game feature. 1,y Many Imja Quot Quot Lake ule in appearance at Cray the federals under the the Cornwells a. A. Won Hon the j5,011 Llu is sum Lay afternoon where men i of John Mulhollon is rung Horsham nine the hoi to y win . Clit Don a. bats with Hie inde Pondon of in to 15 tin classified advertisements minimum rate under this head 25 cents for three lines or less per insertion 7cents a line for four lines 7 cents a line for ave lines 5 cents for each additional line after tile first five lines. Horsham nine by the scorn it j a game was played i re in Ltd 1 i it Bobbie girls is one of managed by Joe Hubi no. I he he for a Large Lei Pike above Croydon station Andi the federals Are winners of the will Start at 3.15 of clock. There ifs first hah race while the Index n-i>1 Eniy of parking space Lur Cash and dents gathered in Hie second half ii i expected that a Large crowd will Crown. A Good game is looked for be present. bobbies have on of the finest infield of any girls team playing fast and Snappy Ball. Several Bucks county Gills aim on the nine. I from Detroit stars Ward to by the Twilight fans. Croydon a. C. Win sons of Italy nose out Phua. Bobbie girls 12 toll la. I sunday on Sullivan s Field i a. Bowman 2b. Robin on is. W. Tomlinson Al f. Bowman Dougherty 3b. Don ii a la. La Gernis ii 11 b. Tom i Iii son or i Lack up. So hum Aker ii i i a i la i 6 0 the Detroit stars were Defeated on sunday by the Croydon a. C. By Core of 15 to 6, on tile latter Field. Croydon went on a batting rampage stalling in the first inn the Bristol order sons of Italy wanting and gave their oppose nth a Good from the Bobotis Well i trouncing. J known aggregation of girl baseball Folk s triple in tin first inning playe by the close score of 12 Toj with the Bass s loaded started the i of fireworks. Millers Superb twirling i Mike Castor did tin twirling for also helped to sew up the game lot i Ai Ion to the order sons of Italy and had five Croydon. He had eleven t takeout strikeouts to his credit. Homer did j to his credit and four hits. I the Mound work for the Bobbie and the hitting and Fielding of Hap had eight. Strikeouts. Both nines Walon played a big part in the. Made 14 hits each some of them i Victory. A going for extra bases. J Rice and Walls batting featured Astor won his own game in the for Tho Detroit stars. Las inning first after being Box score j hit by a pitched Ball stealing second Croydon a. A. In ii. O. A. E. I particularly at Peak Hallie periods aide a on saturdays and sundays. Specimens being less than a foot in a Many Drivers seem to think height though they May he Over 500 they an playing it Safe by creepily years old. Along the highways at a 13-to-20j_________ mile rate a say a safety Bull tin of j the club. A a a matter. F fact j they in making a contribution to it Ace cd tits Corn Able to that of tin a it n cd in. S peed ter. 5 a palest motorists have a d St Ina m lion and bad they have a Light to of i get there in n a., ate by. Time. Penn. Sylvania and new j. Racy permit a a i maximum Speed of to Miles an hour v on the open Road. average to Mot of St is ail led to keep within 1$ tin i Gal limit inn when lie to Eon x tautly in id n by the dawdling a Driver it is hard to resist the temp make up Hist time let it x speeding. A a a baking on heavily travelled a is always attend d with danger. Where fifteen or Twenty cars Arfield in Lino by a vehicle the chances of Accident through Colli Ion with approaching on and third base Aud came boil Jfe i raid s hit in tween first and so i Ond base vital the winning run. A t Rast d up in by. Half of i in last inning Anc i lie girls scorer enough runs to tie Bristol. E. Field and Ferraro stat Ted at Bat for in sidle of Italy while tin b s ant i Burch did the clouting Lur the Babbi is Box Sci e i 16 24 2 7 7 41 hons of Ita by Horsham la r. Ii. O. A. E. J it. La. O. A. E. I by Arri o of. 9 a i 0 01 Sells of of. 3 it i i o i a a. Tina of. .1 it i o o i Todd it la. I i 5 i 0 j Ca i or is. 2 it i o o i Taylor la. It 0 o i i i Field c. I a i 6 0 i Stai Ford or. ,3 5 i i i a Renzino 2 b. I 9 6 3 i Dpi in r 3ba it it o i i 0 to it m. Ii la. I i 1 n o 1 Wankel 21i i o j v i Ltd a or j. O 0 0 i 0 to i Mil on it. A a a a 0 0 a. I Blas in 3b0 0 i a it i Solidi s i i r a i i % i ram 1 ii a i i 0 be i i hit i i i i 3 i i Betty cd. I i 0 0 i 0 g. Frea i Ltd 0 o it i a a a a r. Ii Ca ii id. 0 0 0 o 0 12 i 14 o 7 As i i i 4 j 15 i 4 Cornwells. Horsham. Two base hits 110140101 3 3 Ogu 2 u it 16 still 21brest Ion ofis. I i Nger of \. Bowman Robin Homer p it Robinson la i Willy less. Chyles 3b. I Robi ii of i Koloa Chat Sou f. Bow ii i a la 2, i inti ii a i 3, Flack Wacker son Der thro 1 base hit. Don hat i. 1\ Bown a n. I Anc run. A. Bowl Man. Slob ii a a. B a Vav a f. Bow Man Dong i i e i try Don bail i Linge Ima it. Barn Ila 11 boudoir j f. Bow Man i balk by us Lei. I a Don by to pm o la Mylei i Douglar Todd. Bas u a on Ball off Mac it i by Nill or ii it by pit Cher by Flack and id a a Iti Al i i Ila. Bobbies in ii. A. I. I 9. I. I la e ohm no is. L a i us i a in ii i Broi j 2 by i 0 9 0 junes of. 0 i a it 0 to Walton 3ba to it it a it o a a o Bolk of. A a a 0 0 griddle of. O 9 0 o .0 rigid in. 9 o 8 i u of Iglus on i 9 i i 3 0 Miller ii. I 4 j a it i Schwarz of. I i j 0 i Detroit 15 19 stars 27 i 3 0 r. H. O. A. E. In nip it. I 0 6 i 0 York i 0 9 o o Rico 2h a it o it i 2 0 bit Man 2 b0 9 9 a it i cushy of. I t 0 la i Al ton la. I i it it 0 i wait is. 0 9 9 j Bohor 3bi i 9 2 j Jan in c l0 a 0 d 0 Reodore a 0 0 i o 6 9 24 i 3 i f t classified ads in the Independent sell things a it a a x j a Quot to t i a 4 t t 4 4 i Harleysville Mutual Auto casualty co. As Good As the Best for less j. C. Everitt at. I Hulmeville a. A a phone Hulmeville 712 t i a a a a a a a a a a a a 5 a a a �?T544 v ��T�5 �T�4�?T a a a a a a a to in mem0rlam Sheard in Loving memory of our Deal son and brother William c. So. Aid jr., who passed into gods arms August Lith 1929. Just one year ago today our bar son and brother was ailed away. We often sit Atid think of you and tilings we used to say and do and wonder Why you had to go without a Chance to. Say Goodby. For Sale modern Bungalow 5 rooms and Bath Din Edgewood Avenue Andalusia convenient location lot 50x100 Price $3600. F. J. , Box 6012, tor read a in a. Phone tones Dale 7uk Vav. 7. Nev for Sale no. 821 Radcliffe street�?12 room single Bouse. Through lot to Cedar Street. Room for three car garage. Wonderful Opportunity for forgotten by a family to Purchase a Nice Homo and Mother dad i by renting to few rooms for it in brother and sister j a few years. Will finance. L. C. A Spring Suo Radcliffe Street. 51-tf. For rent Cornwells Heights pa., mod girls plants pm 7-room House Chestnut Sale Iris plants at a very Large open stairway close to station special Price g varieties for and garage. $1.00 Plant How for a Beautiful p Ive loom a i meat Bristol i to Garden next Spring. Bristol Flower private Entrance. Apply to mrs. Grown a 452 Pond Street. Phone Rigby 7-8. Cora Rigby or j. Alfred Cornwells Heights. La Ile aviation Lor rent Good opportunities in a to six and Eig la Quot i room modern nautical engineering and Avia houses All conveniences $30 j Mon engines. We teach you. Write per month. Apartment 4 rooms and i Box 8, the Independent Bristol a. Bath. Spring 1931 Wilson ave 6-10. 51-tf. Auto slip covers j seats doers and sides Complete for m j whippet Chevrolet Buick Pontiac to i and others regular $10 and $12 j v allies i while they last Sedan $5.00 Coupe $3.00 Auto paint shop hoi Ranee Street at Railroad Bristol 7-8. For rent pleasant furnished room. L. Jarvis 521 Radcliffe St. A a a m a a it it m a it a f a 4. Estimates furnished 44 a 44 4 a a 5 v v 4 2 a it i i i 9 0 i i 0 0 0 i 0 to i i 4 i 0 i 4 0 i a i 0 o 3 i i i i i o i 0 o o i to r j. I 4 i Croydon. 3 2 1 1 5 03 0 Detroit. 0 1 2 0 2 0 o i o a 6 two base hits Walton grind Quot. Walt. Three base hits Polk bases in balls by milled 5 Rice 3 needed 5. Hit by Pitcher Polk Bigler. Alston boke.-. Hits off to ice it Heeder 5. Strike outs Mille Riller 5. A a a a a a eternal markers the finest italian and Vermont Marble and Granite lowest flit is and the rest workmanship in the county Angelo Morganti 1711 Farragut Avenue Bristol a. V 4 a a 1 4 7 a 4 44 a a a a a a a a a a a a a 4444 4&Quot 4 444444444 4 Rice in Mil a outs Flack Elmer and states or. A by Hiller Schmidt. 4. U ii i i la s scorer la Croydon boys club overcome nomads one out when winning col cd. Two base hits a. Ash 2. Robinson. Three base hits i a Fields. I double play i Jetina t bases on bails off Ca Moi la i Joiner i. St rile i tor 5 Homer 8. Elks Tennis team to play match game j tile elks Tennis club will play a Bdl he return Natch game with the l Igi oui by can Droy Don boys Chih won a hard thought game ova r lie Philadelphia nomads la. I sunday on the. Forum Field l it it score i to to 8. A total of 33 bae hits we r. . T earns. Hale stained on the. Mound tor Croydon but was replaced by Laud in tin sixth inning with one out and men on second and third has. Holland walked the first Man fitting the bags and then struck oui two men to retire ii. Side. Tin i. At or. Of the game was the. Playing and Fielding of fender Brown and tin throwing of Lake for Croydon. Kinly led the nomads at hat gelling three hits. Tim sunday after noon Croydon will play the. Dauphin pros a Strong team from Philadelphia. Croydon would like to Book games away on saturdays. Those interested an asked to get in touch with William Moran Croydon or phone Bristol 683-r. Box s. Ore Croydon b. C. A b. R. Ii. E. Local Tennis stars entered in tourney Mon t ton ii s club it to Sal u nun i t r n Cli n. Tin Lex a1 team As d efe at it d but Al Goin ont. In the first 111 atoll game and i to y ii Ope to tin la i to i a n b. This sat urday. Due to e my Iii to Niy ii a i Ilg one court the match will i in pin Yei i on Tho e iks Cut Lints i Hick lev t St re to. To a a Bristol Twilight league i be Bucks county country club by both i at longhorn.1 is conducting a Tennis Tournai it on their courts. Th., Ingles started last saturday and Theroi finals will be played this sunday. Independents four Bristol youths Herbert Law a. O. In Lance. Nelson Green Al Hoer jr., end lie. And Vav ii Bam Pearson a. Entered in i federals. I he singles and double matches. A Croydon the double matches will Start this St. Annas saturday and the Linn i games will be played on sunday align t 24tli. Final standing second halt won lout. 7 26 35 54 53 4i 7 p. C. .7 78 .667 .500 .14 4 .129 .124 Cli St in in it a a a it. Heft Nian 2b pare 11 la. Fender 3b Holland of 11 Amin e., Lake c Hamm if. Hall i it of ,. Nomads Brown 2 Comy Finley of. Missy of. A Pinto is. 4 sea Val. 4 Delove 3 b5 veto of. 4 bar a to p5 a. 4 a 4. 4 2 i a it a a sult it 2 i i 2 i 3 0 0 0 2 i 2 i i to 15 r. Ii. 0 i 0 o i 0 i Bristol league Quoit schedule monday August 18 Rohm amp Haas is Moose legion is Leedom s a. O i. Is cases paper co. Is Harriman. Thursday August 22 Robin a Haas is Harriman legion is Moose a. O. Ii. Is paper co. Cases is Leedom s. J after several failures a Dot scientist has succeeded in producing rain by throwing dry Lee powder on Clouds from an air plane. Caches tabs pills Diamond �0 Brand s quickly attached to an 01 piano a portable play r Ai t my 0 Nunt Dev ised by a British inventor of operates directly upon the key Lotard 1 it Over a Range of eighty five notes. Ladies f 4fik your a a Riff Flat for Clit chs the s Diamond Brandf a Gold Nirta Llic boxes. Ribbon. Takis no Ordinary or purr a i amt ask i i a Sion ill la a n i 111.1.8, for Twenty five years regarded As Liest safest always reliable. Sold by All druggists Tai he everywhere baby go and piano in excellent condition owner left town will Sill reasonable. Can be seen at residence of David Mol Holland express Man 1511 Farragut Avenue. 7-tf. For Sale Oil stove Cabin t Range 5 Burne Roven attached Grey and Black and White enamel. Cost $4 0. By new Only used a Short time. Bargain $ 15.00. Mrs. Charles Gilbert state Hoad a of it i los Heights a. 7. For Sale no. 190 Mckinley St. 6 rooms and Bath. Brick House. Re painted inside Aud out. Price $4000. No. 1624 Trenton a ve.�?6 rooms and Bath stucco House repair Ted inside and out. Price $4000. Garfield and Hayes its. 8 rooms and Bath. $3256 up. Also other four and six room houses. Can finance. Spring 1931 Wilson Avenue. 51tf. A for Bale Coats. 50c up pants. 50c up Economy clothing and Supply co. 129 Radcliffe St. Bristol. 4-7. We specialize in cleaning pressing and rep airing clothing Telephone Bristol 550. Prompt service. Your Valet 127 Radcliffe St., Bristol. 4-7. Lawn fete knights of Columbus Lawn Radcliffe and Mulberry streets Friday a saturday August is 16 open air dancing band concerts liven by St. Francis Industrial school band a Moonlight boat rides a swimming races�?bathing1 Beauty contest dance music by delis s serenades admission free Guinea pigs. Etc. I buy Guinea pigs rabbits White mice rats and pigeons. C. D. Haedrick 4 832 Griscom Street Frankford a. Of. Public Sale Public Sale of Personalty and real estate of estate of Mary j. French saturday August 23r�, 1930, at 2 p. M., d. S. I�?T., school Lane and Ogden Road Cornwells Heights a. Household goods of ail kinds furniture sewing machine picturer3, Rug dishes Etc. Real a Tate on i ting of Bungalow 4 rec is Bat h and Sun parlor lot Duk Loo will be sold at 3 o clock. J. Alfred Kilby am it tor executor. 7-8. I i fiver a Fry Blue Sunico Gulf a lean burning. Energetic. It minimizes Carbon troubles and Rolls the Miles off in smooth coins. Lowest rates for oiling and greasing Alexander service station i Herman Alexander prop. Highway and Maple St. Phone 715 757 Bristol a. Voice visits truth Stran Ger than fiction Settle into an easy chair reach for your Telephone. That Distant Friend is Only a minute or two away. 39 8 18 3 Croydon b. C. 2 1 3 3 0 0 0 i x a to nomads. 4 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 8 two base hits Lake. C. . Brown. Three base hits fender cheesy. A stolen bases Croydon i nomads i. Sacrifices St Romp 2. Bases on Halls hah 4 Holland 2 Barbate 4. Hit off i lab 15, 5 i 3 innings Holland 3, 3 2-3 innings bar a to 15. St i Ike outs Hale 3 Holland 6 Bai Halo 5. Umpires Wolfrum . La. Use the child marshalls Catarrh 11 at a1 druggists or sent prepaid by a xxi Williams mfg. Co Cleveland o. Bowens pharmacy the Rex Al l store 213 Radcliffe Street Call 612 we deliver Good used cars late models 1929 whippet coach. 1929 whippet coach. 1929 new Ford Tudor 1929 new Ford touring $325.00 $300.00 $350.00 $285.00 they Are like new. All these cars can be purchased with a Down payment of a $100.00�?the balance on easy terms. Tut by Hiim a or w i. Wama waft la Iff 1% i a ii. Illa go 7miles Louig , a. Few Yards wide / building a Etter Ristol i. Community merchants listed Here Are lending their material support to this building Campaign. You too can support it by buying of these merchants. Avo Cade viewers Chance their sex he tween morning and afternoon John h. Wichser Toi slate and slag roofing furnaces and ranges 309 Domace bt., Bristol m7-m lumber Tel. Bristol 46 build i no supplies 529-41 Bath St. Harvey s. Rue estate funeral service 314 Cedar Street Bristol a. Phone 71 William i. Murphy estate funeral director prompt and courteous service Telephone Bristol 414 316 Jefferson ave. Bristol a. J j the Industrial health Accident and life insurance company $30.00 weekly and burial benefits As High As $500.00. W. H. Smith supt 204 Mui Street Bristol a

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