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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - February 28, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent. A pistol. Fa., Friday february 28, 1930. Page three news of sports de Bristol Cage teams score double win and else where in the area about Bristol who Aie interested in flying initiation Lee is but $1. The of fliers Are desirous of increasing the membership very materially and Are confident that within a reasonable time the club will be one of the most Active flying organizations in the East since it will have the full cooperation of the Keystone company and of the Curtiss flying service. Meetings will be held every second and fourth tuesday at the legion girls clinched the championship of Home on Radcliffe Street the Lovs or Bucks county league i serves some time ago and then cited to try the varsity team. The feature of the game was the scoring of goals by Walter Grant for lie Rossi team. He was responsible for 18 of his teams Points. Caiman and Nickerson divided the gathering of Points for Tullytown. Ing station. He is survived by his St. Marks cemetery. The deceased wife Anna l. Ills Al five daughters was a lifelong resident of Bristol. He two Sisters two Brothers and eight is survived by one sister mrs. Kath grandchildren. Erine Mcdonald. A t classified advertisements girls Clinch championship of lower Bucks league while boys take one from Newtown Ferguson Ville last Friday night on the floor the Bristol High school teams scored a double Victory. Loca Cage the when tiny Defeated the Ben Sale in High sextet by the score of 25 to 20, in an interesting game. The boys won a loosely played game from Newtown High by the score of 2 8 to 22. Coach Townsend used his first second and third team against Newtown to give ii is players a Little experience at the expense of the up county team. The girls game Wras featured by the scoring of All 2 5 of Bristol a Points by Little Elsie Rockhill. Bud Ney and Thomas were High seders for Bensalem. In the boys game Green and Lafferty did the Point gaining for Bristol while Bothwell played Best for his team. This evening the girls will meet the Bordentown High sextet while the boys will try and topple Over Bensalem. Both games will be played on the to Rue floor. Bristol . Elg. Pts. Dougherty f 9 0 0 born ice of. .0 0 0 Green f5 o id 12 Galze ratio co 0 4 Watt c0 i i Lafferty go i 5 Tulio i 0 a o do St Romp a 0 4 Alta g 0 i 0 a a a 12 Newtown 4 28 . Etc. Pts. C. White f o 0 6 Shields of i 5 g race f 0 i i Bothwell c 5 9 Cal White g0 0 0 Tomlinson g0 i i a a a 7 8 22 Bowling league news of the past week two match games were played on the local alleys last week Between tile ladies and men teams from Camden and Bristol. The standings of the teams in the Bristol and Industrial league Are about the last week. Below Are tin results standings and averages of the two leagues for the past week up to wednesday mrs. Night. Same As time of halves 20 minutes. Score at half time Bristol 14 Newtown 8. Referee Spadaccino. Bristol girls . Fly. Pts. Rockhill f Mcfadden i Whyatt f. Still z. C Hutchinson St ill g Harris g Doan 12 0 0 so 12 Bensalem girls . I g. Pts. Rodney f Russell f Thomas f Reichle c Baxter so bar til g Forrster g 11 i 0 2 20 time of halves 15 minutes. Score at half time Bristol 18 Bensalem 17. Referee miss Sally Allen. Croydon a. C. Lose soccer match to Passons score i to 0 Bristo league Amisson is. 872 899 92 2 Amel. Legion. 949 798 831 939 y. Al. A. Is. 829 858 Keystone. 756 853 9 5 3 v. Al. A. Is. 758 7 5 5 885 fire co. No. I. 808 831 8 59 Keystone is. 864 86 8 Phila. Sub. 852 852 q o of o o i Bristol league standing won lost Rohm so Haas. A a a a a a 15 o to Amisson. 14 4 fire co. No. 2 a a a a a a a 11 h i Harriman. To 8 y. M. A. A a a a a a a a 11 to Phila. Sub. A a a a a a a a loll Keystone. To 11 Pacific. A a a a a a a 5 13 Amel. Legion.6 12 fire co. No. I. 4 17 or. And mrs. G. Staib of Philadelphia spent sunday in their Bungalow on Ritter Avenue. Done to forget the meeting of the Ferguson Ville improvement association to be held on sunday from 2 to 4 p. In. In the Mel Lor Villa. All Are urged to be present. Or. John Lindsay and or. Martin Joyce of South Philadelphia were Friday visitors and or. Harry Sci a Lor of Fairview n. J., was the sunday visitor of or. And mrs. Harry my Hor sr., of Pine and Cedar . Recently or. And mrs. H. Robert Backhouse were visitors of or. And mrs. It. Price of Frankford. Mrs. Jack Backhouse was also visiting the Price family. Or. Anthony Undy and Friend of Frankford were thursday guests of Harry Mellor. Or. Frank Phipps of Bristol was a guest of his sister and Brollier in Law or. And mrs. Charles Bilger Newportville Road. Mrs. M. I j. Overton of Philadelphia was in Ferguson Ille on Mon Katherine p. Larzelere funeral services for mrs. Katherine p. Larzelere were held from Lier late residence Washington and Wood streets on monday afternoon at 2.3 0 of clock. Burial was made in St. James churchyard. The deceased died in Friday afternoon following an illness of several weeks. She was in her 70th year and was the wife of the late Frederick Lar Derlere. She was Well known in Bristol having resided Here since Early childhood. She was a member of the Bristol presbyterian Church the deceased is survived by one son. Earl Brown one Niece mrs. William ii. H. Fine and one Nephew Elwood g. Minkler. Valeriano Ciabattone services for Valeriano Ciabattone were held from his late residence Hio Wood Street on tuesday morning with High mass in St. Annas Church. Burial was made in St. Mark s cemetery. The deceased was 31 years of age and is survived by his wife Carmela Dilissio Ciabattone. Minimum rate under this head 2 5 cents for three lines 07 less per insertion 7% cents a line for four lines 7 cents a line for five lines 5 cents for each additional line after the first five lines. Bernard a. Doohan Bernard a. Doohan w As buried from his late Home 208 Buckley j Street on tuesday morning with High mass in St. Marks Church at to of clock. Interment was made in Lavender scented aids to Good grooming housekeeper wanted capable woman wanted in working Many a Home two in family references required. Address Box 174, Yardley a. 35-3 6. Boarders a anted Good Board in private Home. Mrs. William Hearl Cedar ., Croydon. Phone 723-j-3 34-35. Public Sale March 5, 1930, at i p. M. 50-acre farm fully equipped Good truck farm. 9 acres asparagus 9 room House Good condition electric Light in House and barn located on Emilie Road near Keystone flying Field 2 Miles from Bristol. 6 Miles from Trenton. Michael Zuchero it. F. D. I Bristol. 34-3$. In grand opening a ten High individual men Bristol league Sli Argo Amisson. Of the la de it get Ich Amisson. 18 us wart r. Sell. S. Miller y. M. A. L. Amisson Amisson Clark amely. Legion la. Yeagle. Keystone Kirsch Keystone. Henry. Amor. Legion la. Lilian it. Amp ii. 18 18 17 9 18 i i is Industrial Keystone is. 791 Harriman. 517 Shutte so Koerting 6 80 Harriman. 611 Keystone is. 692 Phi la. Sub. 679 Industrial league league 746 683 776 639 794 697 the Dunn boys held a party. On saturday evening at the Sunbury House. On saturday afternoon two Navy planes arrived at the farm and circled Over the residence and after doing some stunts landed in the Field. The planes each had two pilots. They left at six thirty for the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Mrs. Ralph Foster of West Bristol spent thursday in Fergusonville visiting friends. Mrs. Herman Paus and Friend of Germantown wore Tim guests on monday of tile Mellor family of Pine Ami Cedar Avenue. Or. And mrs. Thomas Sweeney of Ritter Avenue Are rejoicing Over tse birth of a daughter Agnes born on thursday. Mother and daughter Ai e doing nicely. Or. Jack Backhouse of Philadelphia was the sunday guest of ins Mother and brother mrs. Mary and or. Robert Back Louse. On saturday evening or. And mrs. Herman Becker of Ford Road entertained a party of friends. Music and j dancing were the attractions and a 812 luncheon was served at a late hour. Those who attended were or. And mrs. Ralph Foster or. And mrs. 677 Jack Flanagan or. And mrs. Flatly 732 Castle of Philadelphia or. And mis. .194 .191 .19 1 .190 .190 .190 .189 .185 .186 i / t dance wanted old automobiles for parts. Best prices paid for Good cars. Phone Bristol 351. H. R. Sattler fifth . And state Road Croydon. 35-tf. Good Job printing the Independent office room and Board unusual accommodations for two refined gentlemen seeking pleasant Home in private family with Board. Mrs. W. Wenner 212 Edgewood ., Torres Dale Manor phone Cornwells 266-w. 33-35. saturday evening March 1st Lavender fragrance Charm to toiletries at fire House of Newportville fire co. No i Newportville a. Is g Macks orchestra and a new floor assures you a pleasant evening. That old time brings new these modern refreshing Langlois Lavender toilet water Fine Langlois Talcum Cooling Mentho lated shaving Cream and Ether essential toilet goods. Sold Only at Rex All stores. For Sale new Bungalow five Bath hot water heat fences garage. Will sacrifice. Bauer Lowell av., Andalusia. 33 rooms and Jall Convent for Sale six Burner red Star Oil Range with oven attached new. Edwin e. Cliver 404 6 Teesdale St., Mayfair Philadelphia. 35-37. We specialize in installing new systems in old Homes our Page out of vat t i Hume plan jives x uus Quot it tiv of i i m. To ims 8 admission ladies. 25c gents 50c Bowen s pharmacy 213 Radcliffe St., Bristol Call 612�?we deliver for rent three or four room apartment unfurnished. M. L. Jarvis 521 Radcliffe Street. Phone i 2 9-m. Small amount Down balance monthly in event of death unpaid balance it cancelled no to do paid i Higgins Bros. Offer Kansas and acclimated Job sea at private Sale at the Brick hotel Newtown a. Good useful Well broken Kansas horses ready to go to work. Also some acclimated horses taken in Exchange. Come and look them Over. Phone 14. Higgins Bros. 35. Thatcher he at i at systems manufactured since 18so assures you of 100% satisfaction a work guaranteed Call write or Phons we will explain our plan without obligation Herbert a. Pettit 923 Pond Street Bristol a. Phone 421-m. in ofields la Gest Chain of Lippl individually Cwi Seq drug Storer Amer up in. Mno a my basketball 771 809 04 standing won Rohm so Haas. 18 Keystone. 18 elks. 14 Harriman. 6 Sci utter amp Koerting. 8 Phila. Sub. 5 High individual men in the Dusl rial league Kev Ley Keystone. 3 Steele Keystone. 21 Mcdevitt Harriman. 9 Phipps r. Amp la. 18 s. Leers r. Amp h.21 Kenyon elks. 19 Jones Phila. Sub21 Hughes r. Amp ii.21 Ott Harriman. 21 veil elks. 18 William Olsen of Langhorne and j or. And mrs. Harold Robinson of lost Philadelphia. I i the purer the Coal the less it costs Newportville 15 16 19 in mrs. William Clifton and Kotlier attended Ute service held at St. Phillips Church where tit a Bishop of Chinatown a or. Thomas Noonan was the speaker. Or. And mrs. I. Lovejoy of Lansdowne were guests of mis. Lovejoy s .164 parents or. And mrs. Lea of new-.162 Poi Tille real. .161 Edward ii. Middleton of Creek .160 Road left saturday for in exp Uhd .156 trip to Butte mont., for the r. C. company. 11 a a 170 165 use old company a Lehigh Coal Anthracite the Best since 1820 phone Bristol 46 i tonight february 28, 1930 Bristol High boys Junior and varsity is Bensalem Junior and varsity this afternoon Bristol High girls is Bordentown .156 .155 the Croydon a. C. Soccer team were Defeated last sunday by lie Basson eleven of Philadelphia on the latter a Field by the score of one goal to nothing. Passons by this win pass into the third round of Competition for the Allied Amateur soccer cup. The first half ended without either team scoring but at the Start of tin1 second chukker Brown the outside left for Passon ran Down the Field and took a pass from the right Wing to score the Only tally of the game. Line up Croydon Cord ugly goal. Mccauley. Rigler. Walters. Shoppe re. Kirk. Schaffer. Jones. F. . Dupue referee Smith and 4 5 minutes. It. F in l. F. In. It. In in c. La. In l. Ii. In Passon. Scott. Hagen Gehi Inger. Smit h. Peterson Mccarron. O. It Yockowitz. I. ,. C. F j. Boh Nett. . A. A. Bohnett. O. L. Brown walders. Linesmen Gray. Time of halves goal for Passon Brown. Special matches Bristol. 906 912 Camden. 885 829 Bristol ladies. 731 790 Camden ladies. 637 647 911 9 0 i 599 gig Cornwells five score two wins in a Row the Cornwells five scored a 4 2 to 16 win Over Trevose. The game was very fast and at the first half whistle the score was la to 8 Iii favor of Cornwells but in the final half Cornwells Rode rough shod Over their rivals and forged ahead to win by a Large margin of Points. The contest was very fast and the Cornwells five hashed Good form. Ervin was High scorer for Cornwells while Baxter starred for Trevose. Iii another game Cornwells trimmed the St. Francis alumni team by the score of 53 to 34. I on a id and Early were High guns for Cornwells while Boyer did most of the Point gathering for his team. Newportville Church services will be As follows at Newportville Church on sunday sunday school 2.30 p. In. Voting Peoples service 6.45 p. In. Evening Wor ship 7.4 5 p. M. Or. Derail h. Snell will speak. Or. Bernley White was j unable to attend to his duties at the Church last sunday afternoon due to sickness. Or. Jones of Croydon took his place. The Church will hold a sour Kraut i supper saturday evening in the Chapel. Of Donnell Bros. Lumber and building materials 529-541 Bath Street Bristol a. At Bristol h. S. Gym. Tap off at 8 of clock to by nyx we Iii miss Laura Laird spent sunday Philadelphia visiting relatives. The Young folks of the Newportville Church journeyed to Morrisville to give the three sketches put on by them at Newportville chinch three weeks ago. Deputy Turner will Aid in filing income taxes Auto insurance All makes of cars local flying fans form club expert addresses members Deputy collector of internal Revenue John y. Turner will be at Vail Ous places about the county every Day from now until March 15tli to assist income tax payers in filling out their returns. Deputy collector tur nor will be glad to give information to inquirers and to take up any the Keystone aircraft five went special problems. His schedule Down to defeat at the hands of the follows feb. Bordentown All stars quintet on the Bank South Keystone quintet lose to All stars latter a floor on monday final score was 4 4 to 13. The All Star team is is As 28th, Peoples National Langhorne March 3, night. The Newtown National Bank Newtown March 4, 5, 6, court House Doyles the pick of town March 7, Morrisville Trust Bordentown company Morrisville March 8 to 15 Robert Christie assistant manager of Caldwell Field of the Curtiss flying service addressed the newly organized Bristol flying club at a meeting tuesday night in the american legion memorial Home. From Long experience or. Christie was Able to Tell tile members much about the Cost of learning to Fly. He estimated that $300 per member would cover the Cost of 2 0 hours of flying and the members share in the Cost of an air plane. The officers and members of the club feel certain that there Are Many men and women in this Vicinity interested in aviation who will be glad not Only to take flying lessons but to join with the club in promoting general interest in aviation. Membership in the club is in Lour classes. Group a student members group b. Qualified pilots group a associate members and group a sustaining members. The following Are the officers president Thomas m. Montgomery vice president Hugh e. Koncen Secretary Elliott p. Cogswell treasurer. F. A. M. Giordon flight manager o. E. Ross. Practically All of these men Are officials of the Keystone aircraft corporation. Membership will include men am women Iii Philadelphia and Trenton the different leagues in and the local boys were no match for inclusive Post office Bristol. Them. Lawler and Metcalf played. A Best for the Keystone team while obituary notes liability combination club service property damage $1000 Miller and coring for Bozarth did Bordentown most of the Croydon quintet win another Gabie Lena Diemidio services for Lena Diemidio held from Lier late Home 208 Street on monday morning High mass in St. Annas Church were Penn with at to the Croydon a. C. Five scored their of clock. Burial was made in St. Thirteenth win of the season at sex Marks cemetery. The deceased was Pense of the Wood line a. C. Quintet j the wife of Gabriele Diemidio and of Philadelphia. The final score was died in a Camden Hospital on Friday. 38 to 30. She was 29 years of age. Besides her the feature of the game it Vas the husband four children survive her. Team work of Croydon and the shooting of Assam and Coles. Nelson flashed for the Wood ii be five. George Ben ii email the manager of the basketball team and the Bowling team deserves much credit for his work. The Bowling team won first half in the Community league and Are leading in tire second half while the basketball team have been showing great form All season. Gustave Pfeifer Gustave Pfeifer a former resident of Bristol was buried on monday from his late heme in Trenton n. Interment was made in the Bristol the cemetery. The deceased is survived by his wife three daughters. Two Brothers Frank and Harry Pfeifer and one sister mrs. William Wright of Bristol free towing $5000 bail Bond authorization emergency medical service Legal representation towing information Road maps notary service Radiator Emblem metropolitan automobile association Tullytown five lose to fast Trenton team Erwin t. Helsel Erwin t. Flessel was buried from his late Home 319 Washington Street on monday afternoon. Inter the Tullytown a. C. Quintet went ment was made in the Bristol Ceram Down to a 39 to 19 defeat before the Tery. The deceased Wras 62 years of Rossi big five of Trenton on the lat Page and was claimed by death on terms floor last Friday evening. Tile thursday night following an attack Rossi team previous to playing the of pneumonia. For Many years he c. Five Defeated the Tullytown re was employed at the Borough pump free towing service Wright service garage a never closed a Bath and Otter streets Bristol a. Phone 318 a a Max Rev to Hudson and Essex cars join now i am interested in your automobile insurance and club service. Kindly let me have More information. Name address City Wright service garage Bristol a. Phone 318
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