Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 28 Feb 1930
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - February 28, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Page two Bucks county Independent. Bristol pa., Friday february 28. 1930. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence or. Edwin Heath s birthday was celebrated on sunday at hedge Dale. All the family helped to make the occasion a joyous one. Or. Heath received Many a it Ost cards and Flowers. Two Large birthday cakes graced the table and about 18 members of the Large family were present. Mrs. Barclay White Darby was the recent Bessie lied Al i. Hill upper guest of miss mrs. George Pickering of Elmira was the guest for several Days last week of her aunt miss Bessie Iredell and has returned to her Home in Elm ii a. I Ravel club which was in charge of by mrs. Walter West and i the music committee. The program twi Star. Vas Replete with excellent renditions cd mrs. A. In. Gregory. Musical selections were Given by mrs. Weagley is. Gott or. Lester Thorne and vocal numbers by miss Grace Shaver mrs. Charles i. Bowen and or i icy Ford. The social committee served All with a pleasing menu. Joyce mrs. James Larue mrs. Walter f. Be Edom and mrs. Ernest Lawrence were guests at a Bridge luncheon on wednesday Given by mrs. John Wood of Langhorne. Mrs. Marvin Sinclair Street was hostess to Hie on tuesday evening. To m8,Bertolette entertained e Friday evening card club. Favors were earned by mrs. Parke Wetherill and mrs. Georgine Macmichael. Of. Madison fatty flub miss Ida Phipps of Hayes Street was entertained Over the week end at her grandmothers Home in new Point i in. James and Thomas Leyden of new York City were guests Lor the weekend with their sister. Mis. Owen i in of Jefferson Avenue. Or. And mrs. Durham of 1007 Pond Street were guests Over the a week end with mrs. Durhams parents near Atlantic City n. Card party no. 2 no t on tuesday afternoon at tin Home cd mrs. Charles Parker of Mill Street. Mrs. William Lynch was hostess to the pinochle club on wednesday. The winners at the last meeting were mrs. Stanley fears mrs. A. Lynch and mrs. Joseph fears. Mrs. Wilbur Albright of Walnut Street was hostess on thursday of the Altoona club. Or. And mrs. 225 Madison end in Atlantic irs. Edgar Faiber of a Tura sum of 2c Street spent the week-1 a Nuez Wab at Home to tic City. Club on monday evening. A file Rohm and Haas social club will repeat the minstrel show lately Given in the club House on Maple Beach in the club House at brides Burg on monday March 3rd. Or. And mrs. Lewis Hendricks of red Bank a it re week end guests of or. Hendricks parents or. Aud mrs. R. Hendricks of ii Cedar Street. The menus club of the sixth mrs. John Ellery of Philadelphia was in town this week calling on friends and acquaintances and while Here was the guest of mrs. Sen ill Douglas. Maple Shade Maple Shade improvement association met at Tho Home of or. Sete on monday evening and will Meei next monday and every Rorsi. Monday of the month thereafter. It is important for each and every one Liv Bristol Edgar Klaiber of j Laura Ellis of 206 Jefferson her Bridge or. And mrs. Lamont Marsh wo0fl Street spent sunday at Are having a contest in cars play Ligand mrs marsh�?Tvh"8�?T with the knights of Columbus Isles my their Home where hangs a Beautiful Quot picture Given by Joseph Spencer As of the or. Avenue Iii if a. J l Jtj \ i 8l3 11jofca. a v set a prize for the Winner. Mrs. N. In Bertolette of 501 Rad Cliffe Street was Hosby son Friday a cuing to the evening Bridge club of which she is ii member. Favors were banded to mrs. Park Wetherill and miss Georgine Macmichael. Miss Ida Throe ton of Wilkes Lane was the guest for the week of or. And mrs. F. A. Cordon of 500 Radcliffe Street. Miss Throton ult Bristol on her Way to Monterey Mexico. Ing in the Community to come to the meeting As the roads Are Iii very great need of attention. Or. And mrs. R. You Man of Dixon and Spring avenues entertained blends from Philadelphia recently. Or. And mrs. Martin Brown spent sunday in Philadelphia with mrs. Browne a parents. Permanent waving Finger and Marcel waving facial and Scalp treatments haircutting. Manicuring Roseanne 231 Mill St. Phone 537 or. And mrs. Joseph Maccarson and their son Clement were guests of friends on sunday in Norristown. Mrs. Franklyn wills of Edgely w As hostess on wednesday afternoon to the Bridge club of which she is a member. The Dorcas society of the Zion lutheran Church was entertained on tuesday evening by mrs. Edward Hendrickson of Hayes Street or. And mrs. Edward Renk occupied the Home on Pond Street for the week end. Both or. And mrs Renk Are spending a season with their daughter Gladys during her i la Ness. Mrs. Thomas Scott of 220 Radcliffe Street was hostess on thursday of last week at a luncheon to Bridge club no. 2. Miss Laura Ellis of 206 Jefferson Avenue was hostess on evening to the Bridge club of which she is a member. A file travel club invites its friends and will make it agreeable to All that May attend the progressive card party on tuesday evening at club Home in Cedar Street. No. I Bridge Chil Tai lied on wednesday Mand Morris. Was enter by mrs. A Quot he the and m on Day Mission fee includes refreshments. And Bridge will be or. And mrs. Joseph Spencer and or. And mrs. Edgar Spencer were the sunday guests of or. Joseph Spencer s brother and his family Iii Laster. Between 20 and 30 were present at Tea late in the afternoon. Five Hundred played. Or. Herbert Lloyd Thomas of gel Nia town and who is a student of the University of Princeton was a recent guest for several Days of i and mrs. William g. Buckman. Or. And mrs. Thomas Scott of Madison Avenue and or. And in. Joseph Bleak Ney were week end visitors in Elizabeth n. Or. And mrs. Joseph Moffo entertained at their Home on Wood Street or. And mrs. Eugene Casario and or. Joseph Casario Elizabeth Casario and John Palermo of new York Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Harold Mit Liener and i laughter Eliza spent sunday with mrs. Mitch Fenery a parents or. And mrs. A. W. Dodson. Or. And mrs. Johns of Mentuch ii n. J., spent tuesday at the Home of mrs. Johns brother and sister in Law or. And or. John Simons of Swain Street. Or. And mrs. Arthur Seyfert of Edgely and or j and mrs. D. Tilton Ellis of Swain Street were in Allentown on sunday j mrs. Frank Mitchener of Swain Street will arrive Home saturday from a two weeks stay with her parents. Or. And mrs. Horner of Waretown n. A Gruen atch \ the final touch v to a perfect costume a they Are distinctively de it signed and favored by most j men and ladies. 6 s select a Gruen. It is an g excellent timepiece. Amp �22.50 up Diamond rings j brooches. Necklaces j. W. Clark jewelry and watch repairing Mill and Cedar streets Bristol a. Fresh Home made chocolates and Bon Bons 65c la. Try a Pound of these deliciously Flavoured candies. Youll enjoy them. Carolyn Williams Candy and nut shop no. 6 Mill Street at Radcliffe Bristol a. H it Ltd <�<$h3h$>mem Townsend a of memorial wed ii i in. Or. And mrs. L. Hanekan of 329 Jackson Street were entertained Over the week end by mrs. Hanekan 8 Bister and her family in Dunella n. Or. And mrs. Earl Zimmerman of it. Carmel were entertained for tilt1 week end by or. And mrs. William Boyd of 92 5 Beaver Street. Miss Elizabeth Runyan of Radcliffe Street was hostess on tuesday at luncheon to the tuesday Bridge tub. Favors were handed to mrs la. I. Webb and mrs. Parke Wetherill. Or. And mrs. Ernest Lawrence jr., Are receiving congratulations Over the birth of a son who will answer to the name of Ernest 3rd. Miss Laura Ellis of 2 06 Jefferson Avenue entertained the Bridge club of which she is a member on monday evening. Favors were earned mrs. John la. Hardy was hostess yesterday afternoon to the Acorn club. A new card club was fori it d recently at the Home of mrs. M. Campbell of Edgely. Or. And mrs. Fred Morrison Brooklyn were the guests for the week end of or. And mrs. Norman slay maker of Wilson Avenue. Or. And mrs. Jacob Heilman and their son Maurice of icon Wilson Avenue were the week end guests of or. Heilman Smolier in Lititz near Lancaster. Mrs. Henry e. Ancker of 916 Radcliffe Street entertained at luncheon on Friday mrs. Clifford l. Anderson. 0 a mrs. Frank Lehman. Miss Frances Landreth mrs. Emil Metzger and mrs. Amburg Weagley and six of the Emerson club. All at the meeting of the members were present phone 646 for prompt service sprays wreaths funeral designs and Cut Flowers we. P. Yeagle Bath Road Bristol a. The Frederick Townsend Cross erected Iii Albany n. Y., in 1897, is a strictly modern design in which the absence of ornamental pomp lends strength to its simple characterization. Mrs. Frank Crohe of Edgely spent last week with friends Iii Buffalo. Or. Crohe was a guest during this period with friends in the poconos. Or. And mrs. Thomas bake of Edgely left on Friday evening for Florida where they will spend two weeks in Miami. Miss est ii in Lawrence was hostess to a few friends at a Bridge dinner on tuesday evening. Favors were handed to mrs. Frank Lehman mrs. James Larue and or. Fred Wagner. Expert work in he stitching and Picot edging Quick services moderate Price the Singer shop 122 Mill St. Phone 374 to Ltd Ltd a it Ltd a it a i i f f if if of i a a look your bests Bobette or phone 773 for appointment Sara Milnor 323 Mill St., 2 i. The Cross is deservedly a popular give ornament. If you will Call we will be Able to show you a wide Range of Cross designs and other memorial stones. We will talk prices with you and whatever sum of Money you Are planning to expend you can Purchase Monument satisfaction of us. Gladly furnish estimates phone 369-j. Statuary. Monuments headstones crosses 211 Cedar Street Bristol a. We will established 1877 William a. Carver i % i a it a a a a i a Vav by a a Wash Day you say you dread it. That its a hard work and tiring a Etc. Why have a a Wash Day a eliminate it. Let us do your laundry work a each week phone Bristol 654 Well Call. Wallace wet Wash formerly Bristol Damp Wash Mill and Pond streets Bristol v a if u save at Holm and a Cut rate 310 Mill Street $1 of muscle to be special 35c lifebuoy shaving Cream 75c Wyeth Sage and Sulphur. 25c or. West a tooth paste. 50c Oval Tine 50c peps Dent tooth paste $1.00 norwegian cod liver Oil. I $1.00 Wampole s cod liver Oil. 59c 18c 53c i so 37c 35c 69c 59c i i i i v i j t v a i i a a i ? f i t f a i i y i i i i suggests for the elks Ball tonight special saturday Only Large size console Mirror venetian Cut Edge with Floral decoration across top Complete with silk hanging Cord in attractive colors. $1.@9 saturday Only 0 1 ? a a 7 a i i i a a i a Spencer. Sons furniture Mill at Radcliffe Street. Bristol a. Lucien Lelong Barf urn Fum b is definitely the formal odor. For the elaborate Din \ Ner for the ballroom for smart gatherings. Par Fum b breathes the very spirit of enjoyment and festivity. Bat Wal. 301 Mill St. A Bristor i smartness and Comfort i a for tired feet i Price $6.00 there is zest in doing things when your feet Are blessed with Queen Quality Arch formed slices within a scientific shoe of firm support without a Model of slender Graceful style. Yet the prices boast of nothing but their own modesty. The taste is there no doubt about it cakes and pastry of the highest Grade of excellence not Only taste Good but digest Well. There is a secret in the baking of Good Brood that we have mastered and our patrons Are pleased with the result. Friendship Goodie Shoppe a something different a 207 Mill St. Bristol a. 9 s 8 tonight annual Abe Popkin phone 332-j. 418 Mill Street Bristol a. V it a b a a ii my m. 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