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Bristol Bucks County Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1932, Page 9

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - January 29, 1932, Bristol, Pennsylvania Us ta., Friday a a Anu Viivi obituary James l. Lse James Lewis Lee was burled Lem ii is late Home in Newport file with services in the new-1 Portville Church on wednesday afternoon. Interment was made in a Everington cemetery Roxborough. The deceased died at h slate Home on monday after a years illness. Or. Lee was owner of the Quaker City belting company j and was also engaged in the farm implement Busic ies. Lie had Lej sided in Newport file for the a i seven years. The deceased was a member of Michael Arnold Lodge Bob f. A. It i. Loyal f Aith j Lodge 6715, i. Of o. P., of Phila-1 Delphia and the Newportville Church of which he. Was a trustee. He is survive 1 by his wife Jane Lee three daughters and one son mrs. Will am grim co i mrs. Walter acis mrs. J. D. Love Joy and Harry Lee. Age five do you after a Long illness. He was in bounced r ,. In f to. His 74th year. Party i. It n 7 m3 or. Winder was a popular and that i to 3u,re respected citizen of the com my during in. N0,1 sex pro a 1 y a Nen he was Ity. Following his term As Post not i master he engaged in the arc very business at Mill and Pond streets is Burse tto and later in the wholesale liqtior1 business. When prohibition became effective he retired. Jfe is survived by his wife. Funeral services were held wednesday afternoon from t a funeral Home of the h. S. Rue estate 011 Cedar Street. Rev George e. Boswell officiated and burial was in St. James Chur a Yard. Services were conducted tuesday night by Bristol loge o elks. 01 i it Dally Star. Work i rid excursions _ t0 Pocono Winters Orts to of b 5 / .r.5 trip z a a Januar fridays 15 to feb i a depression is a t Ime when the Primrose path is closed for Wayne news Nel. Going frito return until see Fiers Niall steel to the conservative who has an Pennsylvania Railroad mrs. Matilda r. Doran funeral services for mrs. Matilda it. Doran wife of the l i e Thomas Doran were held from her late re Iden e on Beaver Street on tuesday m i. In Voith High requiem mass in St. Alaks a Chur h at 10 a in. By rial was guide in St. Marks cemetery. The late mrs. Doran die at her Home of. Saturday night after ail in Ness of several months duration. She was the daughter of a the late Domini k end Margaret Barrett and was Boia in match i chunk. She came to Bristol when very Young and following her marriage resided in Trenton for la years Lau r ret nig t this town. The deceased in survived by one son l Doran three Sisters mrs. John Gavegan the i sea Ilonia am Margaet la Leti and a brother p. J. , of Bristol. Fth that at pkg St which arc like a mushroom the size of Trier. A i Point in shown by cd Jinn amp iian to of Lake Huron store break through the grits a j to the air and Daylight ? i is Over the Beach at thu i Landing on Cne. Euclid it prior of 7 8 years. She was the daughter of the late Jesse and Rebecca Jackson. The late miss Jackson is sur i be remains of Euclid Warrior Vived by one Ais Ca. Dir.-. Monroe Eie a tidied in in Nark s lome Mckinney of Bustleton t o Teiry on tuesday morning. High nieces and two nephews. She was Mam was said in St. Marks a member of St. Jame. Church Altera lengthy illness at tin age Englebert Smith Pike Bridgewater. Interment will be made in Bristol cemetery. The deceased was 56 year. Of go a id died at the Smith re id enc on tuesday. Church at 9 o clock. T in deceased was i uned to death on a die Ige the Delaware River on the morning of november 28, 3930. On january 12th, the re Ige Jamaica City washed most of the remains on the Shore through a pipeline near Croydon it is believed that the Man was trapped and was an Active member of t e outlier so Guild. May j. Stein hitter services for Mary j. Steinhilber were held on tue Dav afternoon from the h. S. Rue estate funeral Home 314 Cedar Street at 2 aboard the burning dredge. U clock. Rev. Theodore Kohlmeir Gar it r was born in West pastor of St. Luke a lutheran ail Chat Nova Scotia and he Church Croydon officiated and was employed on the dredge As a burial was made in Bris of come look. Ran teen other me a asleep Teiry on the dredge Ralbe to Shore an male their Way the deceased was 51 years oly a a. Rye and died suddenly last Saturn i me later that Warrior was Date morning of apoplexy m her . I it be listing. Bufo to residence. Sin had b in l cover Ilio body were a a o or a resident of that for be Era years. Mrs. Steinhilber is Sarah Koy Sarah mov daughter of the late John and Grace Moy formerly of this town was buried o saturday in St. Marks cemetery. High mass was held in the Church of the visitation Lehigh Avenue. Philadelph a in saturday morning a 10 of clock. The deceased died in that City on january 18 the. In a it ail. Sin Vived by her husband and one sister mrs. Charles j. Allen of Manchester n. 11. A cob m. Winder Jacob m. Winder Post Ester of Bristol under the i it Veland administration and Well known As a grocer liquor dealer and owner of the famous pacer i v nicer a a died sunday afternoon a at his Home on Rodgers Road b do a. Holmes Paul m. Morse Paul m. Morse the husband of Mildred Kelber Morse was buried a i a outlay afternoon from the funeral services for Budd a. Re rail Nofiu of the it. S. Rue were held on thursday i tie 314 Cedar Street. Itch. Alt Uicon from his late re i a i be e. To Well Rector of St. Dec Poilu und Market streets be epic pal Church officiate s Brooks Knowlton and interment was made in to l in prot so Terian clip Iii gift i t i Creme cry. Rated and interment Wras made in in he dec a de who was 26 years bids Tail cemetery cd. Died at the Home of his the late or Holmes died Al mis or. And a mrs. Diaries 1,18 Tome on monday afternoon a of ban. V., on Friday Auer a Nythy illness. For the i a the a length illness. L,a8t 14 irs the deceased Hau leg his wife and Parens he 1>ee� a Nagid in the tinsmith i Vived a a so four Moi us blhinp8s in was born in i Iii a. Dellna and. Was 55 years old. Or hide employed lure in Bristol Holmes is survived by his we1st ant manager of Mech cry a i be daughters and a step Sor. It re he married miss Mildreda of Monroe Street. Uliey Daniel Boyle de in Virginna Lor a tune Daniel Boyle son of the let 1 illness forced him to i e Daniel and Catherine boy a us position and go to Bath Rotmer resident of Bristol died r in an Effort to regain his Jersey City n. A a a on sunday. The late or. Boyle was born i ibis town and he is survived by Bessie Jackson three nieces and one Nephew. Services were held from tin Home of his Niece 331 buckle it it s foolish to take chances let us examine your car official inspection Ign a it takes Only a few minutes but it May save you Many dollars. Besides the Law requires it. Ices for miss Bessie Jack acre held from the ii. S. Rue the funeral Home 314 Cedar on wednesday Morain on thursday afternoon at. So rna8s in St. Mark 0 Hack. Rev. George Boswell churchyard. I. Of St. James p. E. Church 7 a Al and burial was made in Ila r. Robinson faints cemetery Torres Dale. Funeral services for mrs. Ida 1 in a deceased died at the Home Rrobinson i e of me a t nieces the misses Jennie Henry s. Robinson will be held Florence Chambers 223 this afternoon at 2 o clock from Street on sunday night the Home of her son in Law \ Laskey Ford Agency Market Pond and the Highway Bristol a. I so. a c raw v a fam is you pay less now but get More. I a Art unsurpassed values priced temptingly Low r to Ary Sale. Ten piece dining room Huite con t it matched Gigli Quality Walnut veneer. Elli a and attractive with a beaut i Nihi a 11 surface velour chair seats. All ten pieces. To f it i a Beautiful hand Tail am new Type three Candle All it ample to of 011i7red silk Shat e stand. £7 up 1 1 a 0 1 so among bed spinet desk. $8.45 c oni pie the. $12.95 Medicine pm lets $1x0 pull up Neirs. $4.95 org watch it milk bed spreads. $3.95 Telephone six full x j Midi hed breakfast Keif i Hampe cd table. $3 45 end tables. C 0, ,v5 j 2 i Viag card tables. Oft ,. Ltd hoc .1 Rug. $14.95 sticking s Anc a gemini Tion l above Vve show a Oliree Pic it nit ape mohair All Over Sib i a it i Hions clone in Multi Coloia Jao it in a Spring Edge. This stye c n True pc lil mail and Radcliffe the Green Comer

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