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 Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., Friday june 13, 1930 Page two from Friday until sunday the comforts of the Vansant cottage in Ocean City. Or. And mrs. In l. Dan Field and mrs. Lena Binfield were her sunday dinner guests. The Hope Circle of Zion lutheran Church intend holding a Strawberry festival in the Parish House on saturday evening from 5 of clock until 8. Alma mater Wellesley College in Massachusetts. On wednesday she attended commencement exercises and laying of the Cornerstone of the new woman a medical College fails of Schuylkill. Miss Dorothy Hardy attended on Friday the sorority hop of riders College at Millwood inn. Buffet was served to All. Miss Dorothy was entertained Over night at the sorority House. Only who has been to hah Neun n ii i Hospital i e summer vacation. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence i sum Aud mrs. Allan Barr spent y with her sister in Camden. Miss Ruth Muncey of Magnolia del., is spending two weeks with her sister mrs. John w. Campbell of 262 Madison Street. The Busy bees of Zion lutheran Church will be entertained this evening by miss Mildred Smoyer of Bath Street. The social Circle of the Baptist Church held its final meeting for the season on tuesday evening and signalized it coming together by hang a number of the gentlemen of the Church present. Or. And mrs. Carol Evans of Philadelphia formerly of Bristol spent the week end with mrs. Evans brother or. Ryan louder of Jefferson Avenue. Or. And mrs. George Ardrey and or. And mrs. Bradley Ardrey have been motoring through North Carolina and South Carolina. The scenery in the Blue Ridge mountains was marvelous. They visit i Ashville Hendersonville Greenville Williamson Winston Salem Staunton and Durham. They left Bristol May 24 and returned sunday june 8. Youths greatest event graduation commemorate it. James Bechtold of Philadel was a recent guest of or. And Herbert Zebley of 1627 Wilson mrs. To Hie Brownlee and miss Margaret Brownlee left on wednesday to spend a w Eek w it ii or. Arid mrs. Clayton St lading Al Hatboro. Or. And mrs. Frank Zebley of was Stroming were dinner guests on sunday of or. And mrs. Herbert Zebley of 102 7 Wilson Avenue. Or. Charles la Pella of Pond Street spent sunday in new York and was a guest in Philadelphia on monday. Or. Mary Lehman left yesterday to attend the class reunion and commencement Day exercises of Bel Robert f. Lehman who has attended Amherst College for three years is expected to arrive Home today for his vacation. \./2 / jo�?2 see our Large assortment of Quality gifts Elgin watches Waterman s pens desk sets rings. Necklaces and Many others. Specials hit of the week phonograph records 15eca. Flowers for graduation fathers Day see window for his gift the Busy shop 235 Mill Street Helen Smith of Guttenberg was a guest for four Days last of or. And mrs. Michael or. And Mir. James Smith and son Roy enjoyed their cottage in Ocean City n. J., Over tile weekend. While there they tried to Lessen Hie number of fifth in the Hay and As a result of their efforts returned Home with 1< flounders. F. E. Bay lies i authorized Elgin dealer a % i wows 307 Mill Street Cristol a. \ a i mrs. William Barr of 267 Mon Roe Street was hostess on we in Eft Day afternoon to pinochle club no. I u save at Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street expert work in $ he stitching and it Picot edging % Quick services moderate Price the Singer shop i 122 Mill St. Phone 374 4 the Altoona pinochle club had a come together on monday evening it the Home of or. And mrs. Wilbur Albright of Walnut Street. Or. And i Samburs mrs. Frank last week. 35c palmolive shaving 25e Mavis Talcum. For the girl graduate 25c Johnson a baby i powder. Miss Sarah Gottshall of Boyertown was the guest for several Days i ins w it k of the misses Rogers of 206 Jefferson Avenue. Tooth paste $1.00 Oyt Altine 60c listen be 50c Kotey $1.00 it Otys Abbott Arn face i now Der miss Louise Lawrence of fi->8 Radcliffe snort will be graduated on monday from Drexel Institute. 60c Sal Hepatica 75c rubbing 1 alcohol 60c Petermans i Iise Overy. Mrs. V. V. Vansant or. And mrs Ellwood Gusline and their son fill Mer or. And mrs. In Johnson Anc a t i Walter Walters enjoyed let us show you a Brilliant answer to your question a a what to give the girl in Gold Silver Platinum and precious stones. Bracelets $5.00 up wrist watches $11.00 up rings $2.50 up Lustrous pearls. $2.00 up j. W. Clark jewelry amp watch repairing Mill amp Cedar sts., Bristol miss Edith Mcconnell and unum Ellis entertained tin i club on monday evening a Home it it of the misses Rogers 2 in recoil Avenue. Favors were to misses Las Rogers and slip Var. Monte Carlo imported Woven sandals combinations Black and bite tan and Browne All White special la a o j a x priced amp Sci $4 60c Lysol x we make loveliness lovelier % x Doris Beauty j t Shoppe t i 209 Wood Street a t Florence Koch a x Frederick a permanent was x a ing. $7 of Marcel waving a a Finger waving facial treat x j ment shampooing. A t Call Bristol 846 for it it appointment. A 50c Phillips g milk of of g magnesia Doc a $1.00 muscle tone Bristol. A 418 Mill Street special Friday and saturday a 50c Chambers a King of ally Sharpener for All razor Blades demonstration at store Friday and saturday iceberg salad drops to 5c a head in rices on everything else correspondingly Low eat plenty of fruit and vegetables. They keep the body healthy especially in hot weather. Buy at Grossman s Market where you get Quality at Low prices Morris Grossman free delivery in Bristol a phone 44 Bath Otter and Mill streets Bristol. Pay a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a t pains cramps this or any foot trouble revealed by our Complete everlasting gifts jewelry watches and clocks 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 were graduating you love to receive Flowers ? give us a Call and let us Send them to your graduate. Bristol Flower growers 452 Pond Street phone 373 a you can to restore your feet to i Normal and enjoy real Comfort unless you know for a certainty just what your foot trouble is. You can find out Only by having a Complete test analysis and Pedo a graph prints made of your stockinged a feet. It costs you nothing or Scholls toot Comfort week. W e Are having a special exposition Ami demonstration of or. Scholls foot appliances Aud remedies All i this wee a jeweler and optometrist 312 Mill St. Bristol a phone 483-w. Shoe store 311 Mill St. Bristol a. A

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