Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
13 Jun 1930

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13 Jun 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - June 13, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Page two Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday. June 13, 1930 from Friday until sunday the Comfort h of Ihu Vansant cottage in Ocean City. Or. And mrs. Of l. A ii to id and mrs. Lena Dan hold were her sunday dinner guests. Tile Flop Circle of i on Dull ran Church intend holding a Strawberry festival in the Parish House on saturday exciting front 5 o clock until 8. Aluta mater wettest y collage in Massachusetts. On w a Ines Day she at ten Den commencement exercises att laying of the Cornerstone of the new woman s medical College Falls miss Dorothy Hardy attended on Friday the sorority hop of Iii re College at Hill Wool fun. Buffet supper was served to All. Miss Dorothy was entertained Over night at the sorority House. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence t Hardy who has been a St tilt Hahnemann Hospital is Lur his summer vacation. S. Allan Barr spent a i r sister in Camden. Miss Ruth Muncey of Magnolia of Schuylkill del., is spending two weeks with her sister mrs. John w. Campbell of 262 Madison Street. The Busy bees of Zion lutheran i Church will he entertained this i evening by miss Mildred Stoyer of Bath Street. The social Circle of the Baptist Church hid its final meeting Tor tile season on tuesday evening and signalized its coming together by having a number of the gentlemen of the Church present. The fourth pleasure trip Akin by the helpers of the needlework Guild was enjoyed wednesday afternoon when a party went to Valley forge. The weather was perfect Aud a delightful afternoon was. Put. Those who but on the trip Wen mrs. Clifford l. Micron mis. Hnry Ancker mrs. Kim it i Lawrence mis k. I Kiron mrs David Lani Dreth mrs. La. Daniels mrs. I. O. Taylor mrs. James la feits. Mis. Fred Krivig irs. Sal a Pearson Vliss Martha Hughes miss lather la w Rene mrs. Marie tit a mrs. To. K. Ibis Vvs la mis. I. L. Williams mrs. Is relict Marh rtt might. William i. Btu Kman or. Tii a Ina Scott miss Katharine Keating and mrs. Chauncey Stoneback. Or. And mrs. Carol Evans of Philadelphia formerly of Bristol. Spent the week end with mrs. Evans brother. Or. Ryan louder of Jefferson Avenue. I a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a pro a a a i youths ii j i greatest event by a graduation 111 x a i x t commemorate it pm i or. Ami mrs. George Ardrey Ami or. And mrs. Bradley Ardrey have been motoring through North Carolina an South Carolina. The scenery in the Blue ring mountains was marvelous. They visit i Ashville Hendersonville Greenville Willianston Winston i in. Staunton and Durham. They left Bristol May 24 and returned sunday. June ii in Brownlee and i s amp ret Brownlee left on wed tis of spend a we a with or. Ami Clayton St pulling of Hatboro. Or. And mrs. Frank a Bly of , were dinner guests on sunday of or. And mrs. Herbert Zehv of 162 7 Wilson Avenue. Chari i Alodia of Pond spent sum Lay in new York s a guest in Philadelphia on or. Mary Lehman left yesterday to attend tin class reunion and commencement Day exercises of bet the lad ii s Ai of Zion Luth in Church met Aith Home of or Elmer Houser hath Road on Thor Lay evening. Lasting gift Robert f. Liftman who has attended Amli tat col i leg for three Ymara is expected to arrive Home to Day for his vacation. We a a Wax a $ specials 5 hit of the week phonograph records 15 a. 5 / Flowers for graduation fathers Day see window for his lift $ a the Busy shop $ 235 Mill Street Ltd jo�?2 Helen Smith of Guttenberg a a guest Lor four Days taut if or. And mrs. Michael Sec our Large assortment of Quality gifts Elgin watches Waterman s pens. Desk sets rings. Necklaces and Many others. Or. And mn4. James Smith Ami son Roy. Enjoyed their cottage in Ocean City. N. J., Over the weekend. While Thor they tried to the number off he i ii the Bay and a a result of their efforts returned Home with it flounder. Miss Marguerite a. Burn on her Way from England to Japan where she is the head of an a denominational Mission. Topped in Brist i to Spetti the Lav wit ii miss Frau Lund the. Miss Burnet is now on her third nip around tin w or i. F. E. 3ayl1es <3% egg authorized Elgin dealer a i 307 Mux Street Cristol a. A i and mrs n Clement it of relative Willi u save at Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street a Ltd a a a a a wj5> Hgt 4 a expert work in % he stitching and i Picot edging Quick services moderate Price ? the Singer shop i 122 Mill St. Phone 374 j i the better magazines i greeting cards playing cards i tally cards stationery % j a i circulating Library i hand dipped candles that do not drip j i Carolyn Williams i ii a a sweeten the Day with Candy a a t no. 6 kill Street at Radcliffe Bristol. A. A x closed tuesday Ami thursday evenings. 2 Chi Lith had a Loti Day eve it Iii my mrs. Wilbur is re t. 25c Mavis Talcum. 35c palmolive shaving o the raid party Givin by in travel club in lit travel Lull 11�ti i of tuesday evening was enjoyed by All. About ten tables Wen used by the. Bridge players Ami six lot the 500 players. Favors Wen veil selected Ami were earned by the the following persons. The highest Scon for the game of Bridge was 4 ii. Held by miss Louise Lawrence mrs in cow Lou mis. It. S. Abb it i. 2664 miss limit c Williams 11254 mrs. Frank l h Man 3367 mrs. Pm St Lawr Nee. 2914 mrs. Wright 2869 or. A. It. Burton 3242 mrs. V. V. Vansant 3441 c. F. Owen 2935 a ter Thorn. 2711. f. 1,� Dom held High so fro Tor Sou. 4710 mrs. S. Black. 310 mrs. Harry Pope 3060 mrs. La. Hardy. 2910 mrs. Peirce 2710. For the girl graduate 25c i r. West tooth paste 25c Johnson s baby powder s1.00 Oval tin i title list or inc 50c hot fax Otys face powder a Nee Tuan i gradual on i Institute. A a a Rory 60c a Hepatica 75c rubbing alcohol. Let us show you a Brilliant answer to your question a a what to give the girl graduate. Iii Gold Silver Platinum and precious stones. Bracelets $5.00 up wrist watches. $11.00 up rings $2.50 up Lustrous pearls. $2 of up j. In. Clark jewelry amp watch repairing Mill amp Cedar sts., Bristol miss Edith Mcconnell Lamia Ellis entertained club on Munday Evenin Home of the misses Roger tenon Avenue. Favors vat. Missis line Rogers Shaver. Monte Carlo imported Woven sandals combinations Black and White pan and Browmi All Whites Quot i $3 and $4 60e Petermans t Lise Overy. X we make Lyof limit a Lovell i x Doris i lean in a Shoppe a x 209 Wood St of it x x Florence Koch x 50c Phillips milk of magnesia muscle tone i l wait. I. Tai i i at z a Iii it. Shampooing. A t Cali s4 6 or z appointment. 4 Bristol. Page 418 Mill Street special Friday and saturday a 50c handlers a King of aha Sharpener for a razor Blades Floc demonstration at store Friday and saturday fruit and vegetables take a Tumble iceberg salad drops to 5c a head prices on everything else correspondingly Low eat plenty of fruit and Vega tables. They keep the body healthy especially in hot weather. Buy at Grossman s Market where you get Quality at Low prices Morris Trossman free delivery in Bristol a phone 44 Bath Otter and Mill streets Bristol. A Ains ramps i his or any fit of trouble revealed by our Complete everlasting gifts jewelry watches and locks silverware toilet sets Fine glassware and China All beautifully displayed and priced Model lately we solicit your patronage we have an extensive selection of Lovely things for the Bride to Wear and take into her Home. If you Ere g graduating you love to receive Flowers give us a Call and let us Send them to your graduate. Bristol Flower growers 452 Pond Street Phon it 373 foot test a you can to so Ore our feet to t Normal and Njo real Comfort unions you a Tiv for a crr Tauly a jut a hat your a it met trouble i z y of i can find out a no by having v a c4mnf�lctrtem. pm to a graph i it Rint Siuao la my Yourst Ltd King Al j feel. It costs Yui Kuhnl or Scholls toot Comfort week. E a having a special i it Iii i Ami of i or. S Hotl s la i appliance Cut Aud ecu in do it All this Wail Steinbergs fashion Center 213 Mill Street jeweler and optometrist 312 Mill St. Bristol. A phone 483-w. Shoe store a 311 Mill St. Bristol. A. A Bristol a

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