Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 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 Bage three news of sports Bristol Bowling association to Dine tonight 1,11�?ol Khz prizes to be awarded to teams and individuals at annual affair thus evening the Bristol Bowling association will hold their annual banquet at the Bristol Roc a Mon Centre when members of Hie Bristol and Industrial leagues will rather to Celt brute the organization of a Bowling league in Bristol. To this affair the annual election of officers for the ensuing year will take place and the awarding of prizes to the winning teams anti individuals will be made. Following i he banquet the evening will be devoted to Bowling. All Cash prizes will be awarded this season. This affair is being sponsored by Thomas i. Curtis proprietor of the alleys who has donated everything except Hie prizes for this evening. I lie Bristol Bowling association has been growing stronger every year and according to reports next season will be the biggest of All. Below Are that winners of Hie teams Ami individuals in both the Bristol and Industrial leagues. Kuemmerle and Moran each made a Lour Bagger Lacy and Britton a three Bagger whiff stroll Kuem Merle. Bito and Lafferty came with doubles. The game was interesting from Start to finish and each team played Good Ball. Bristol had two errors and Bensalem made one. Kin in Nierle and Lacy did Good stick work for by Nash a w Hiff St Romp Gaffney and Lafferty led big Tai. Bristol k St Romp is Moran of. It Stallone mass i la 3 b Gaffney of Lafferty c rot undo cd Reese ii Britton of pie 21. A i be i p. Hart p. Ii. O. La 0 g i i 8 i i p i 0 i 9 12 21 be is Alem k. Ii o. Season average in l. Bristol league first place Ainis soils. Second place Keystone. First High season average Ulirsch .187. Second High Allen 186. Third High season average Ami son i so. High average Hist Hall p. Lining .189. High average second half Dei Telch. 190. High team three games Keystone 2 779. High team is Tiff game Keystone 1093. High individual three games i writer Bdl g53. High individual Singh game Dei in Rich. .268. Urbach c. Ashton of Shi he la. Dean 2b. Lacy is Al Bersoff of Kelly of. Andrus 3b Kuemmerle Bowman of Bowman of of of 0 i i 0 a j i i 0 a j 0 0 a. 0 0 i it 0 a it 0 0 g i o 0 a. 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 e. 2 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 e. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 la 0 Tullytown loses to Beatty dooming Lien a a mennonite chosen sixth v ic-1 pastor by lot nine of former a 0,1 a sunshiny morning a few Tully a amp a a a Ruddy laced Young men onite took his wife to Church to pitching of attend one of those services held i ully town became the Tim of the Beatty a. A. Kenton last sunday on the Iii id by the score of 13 to 2. Town could not Salve tin the three Trenton Mound amen a Lier Only after the death of a minister they got three runs on two lifts or when the preacher Betone combined with Beatty a error in the fabled by age or is otherwise Able to fulfil his i i when lie left his Nome Iii my Glen a prosperous Little Penn. A Sylvania German Village in Upp a i 0 Bucks county Between Perkasie and 0 0 Doylestown he was Plain Melvin 0 0 by hop the Driver of a Baker truck b 2 whom everyone called by his first if 2 name. He came Back says the Phila a Delphia Buile in a regularly or dallied a reached All first inning. Beatty a. A. . R. Young of. Cannon 2b Beatty p Malloy 3b. Of Donnell c Mcguire of Carter of. Snyder is. Of Mara la p up amp Tein 3b Carter p. 4 in i i i 0 4 to i i Bishop. All whose slips Are Blanks Are dismissed with the impressive words a thou Hast cast thyself i he Bishops exultant Reading of the passage a the lot is East unto t by Lap a a discloser to the eager audience that the selection has been made. Immediately the nominee is ordained first having been greeted with a kiss a custom which is a common salutation among male in members when they meet on Church in j occasions. With Tho most devout is Oral duties j kissing among men also is used As a Home Iii Bloom j salutation of greeting and Farewell on other occasions As Well. The mennonites originated Iii Saxony and Switzerland from whence Many of them migrated to Holland prior to coming to America to escape religious persecution. I classified advertisements i 35 13 15 21 a. Dicicco is. R a Borts of. It. Carman p 3b j. Appleton la c w. Kuhn 2 b. E. Grei n 3 b p la. Re key c if la. Roberts la ii. Zia her of. Tullytown . It. H. 30 i. 3 0 0 .311. 3 i 0 .311. 3 0 0. 3 0 0 .3 0 0. 3 0 0 o. 0 i i a i o 0 11 j a 4 0 it a 0 0 a a 0 j i 6 to 2 0 4 i g 0 18 0 0 0 i g 9 bits stroll pm Lii la la it try. Three base Britton. Home runs Moran. Stolen bases in. Industrial league first place Rohm amp Haas. Second pm act first High keens .162. Second High Steele .1g2. Third High Phipps Igi. High average .163. High average .169. High team three a keening 2480. High team sin Stone .921. High individual my eve it to .586. High individual Rowley .230. Jersey .230. Keystone season average s. Season average season average first half i , second half Ste in games Schulte in games key t la n e limes single game St. Ann s nine win from Croydon in a Bristol Twilight league game played at Croydon on sunday last St. Annas won their first Victory of the season when they took the Croydon team into Camp by the score of to to 7. The game was loosely played Many errors giving unearned runs. Croydon was guilty of committing nine errors Ami St. Annas bad five chalked up against them. Lake led i Croydon at Bat while pie Oriola j and did Tania led St. Annas. Croydon made a rally in the sixth inning and pushed live runs across i the plate before checked by the saints. Whyno had nine strikeouts to his credit Tranotti three1 Aud j Miller two. St Annas Bonsai Iii Bristol. Two base Merle pie hits Lacy Kuemmerle Reese Lacy Dot an Huemm basis on balls off Hart i Marcos i Kuemmerle 2. Strikeouts by Hart 2 narc is 5 Kuemmerle 2. Umpire e. White. Cornwells a. A. Win from Phila. Hako Axis the Cornwells a. A. Nine out the Strong Philadelphia i Akialis on sunday site noon on the Lomei s Field by the score of 5 to 4 Iii a game that was not decided until the ninth inning. A triple by Schumaker in the ninth followa1 by an overthrow by the visitors shortstop pushed the winning run Over the plate. The Philadelphia team outhit Cornwells but could not use them to advantage. Both teams had two errors each. Many of the by ugh s were Good for extra bases and a total of 21 blows Vav Ere made by both nines. The features of the game won the hitting and pitching of Dought try who had seven strikeouts and three iritis for the a koans and a Home run by Donharl for Cornwells. Terry the Cornwells Mound Man had eight strikeouts to his credit and both twirlers were about even on giving free passes. Corn Wells a. Bowman 2b. Flock la. W. Tomlinson of c. Sci maker is Donharl la. P. Schumaker 3b in Tomlinson of f. Bowman c. Terry linger manuf 21 9 thrilling head on collision of Auto and smugglers plane Phila. It la o. A. Vej Gilardi of. I 0 0 0 pie 21i i it 0j Oriola i it to o a w a or. To. A it i o it 2 Ditanna of. 3 it i 0 0 j Missoni 31i i o a a of Tosti la. 0 i 6 0 i Angelo la. 0 0 i 0 0 1 Spadaccino of. 0 0 i i w hypo i o it it i Roll 2 7 12 5 i s. Snyder Colton is Tobago 31 Greenberg Orr la Dougherty in Snyder Cantor e Smith of Gold ii ii ii 2 b 1 of of of Cornwells. A koans two base it ii. O. A. E. 0 0 o i 0. I i a it fat i i 2 i i 0 o. I i i 0 i 2 8 o o. O 2 0 o i. 0 0 i 0 0. 0 i to 0 0. I i i it 0. 0 0 0 0 0 a. A a a a 5 9 27 a koans to a it. La. 0. A. E. 0 o a it o 0. I a it 0 o i. 0 o o o i. 0 i 0 0 0. 0 0 la 0 0 2 o 0 i v. 0 o 4 0 5. I 0 8 i 0. 0 0 0 0 u. 0 o 0 0 0 a. A a 4 12 2 6 9 o 0 i 0 0 0 1 �?5 0 0 a it 0 0 0 _ i f. Bowman. S. A Chevrolet six recently played an important role in Detroit in what is believed to be the first Esse on a d of a head on collision Between an automobile and an air plane. I he ear one of twelve Chev Rolet Sixes used by Detroit immigration authorities in Border patrol work was being cd ii Vin by Stanley Zerambo senior inspector whose duties consist in thwarting Ai tempts to smuggle aliens across a Border. In pee tor Zerambo had to his credit. In planes seized in this nefarious traffic and had been watching tor some time a seventh plane said to have operated for six weeks on regular schedule flying aliens i rom Canada to american Soli. After several attempts to seize the plane its Pilot and illegal cargo had failed inspector Zerambo was scouting along the Detroit River front shortly after Sunrise on Jim i when he spotted the plane heading from Canada toward an open Field just beyond the Detroit City line. Speeding to the spot inspector Zerambo swung into the Field in hts Chevrolet just As the plane landed and drove directly into its path to shut off Retreat. When the Pilot saw the official i ear in front pc him by fought it Ward off capture by speeding the motor up Iii a desperate Effort to take off again. Inspector be combo Iii the split s Ond available to make a decision weighted th1 ruggedness of the Cai against the strength of the plane and drove head on int the whirring propeller. Result another seized plane added to inspector Zerambo a im-1 press be record a disabled plane with a shattered propeller and a preach11, ail tor Bavin drawn a bit of paper upon which j was written the verse of scripture a the lot is cast into thy Lap hut the whole disposing flu Leo is of th1 at Blooming Glen the quaint chinch is built along tines of utmost duplicity the outstanding features of mennonite Faith. Tile senior pastor the a it reread Frank Swartz realizing his failing health asked his congregation for an assistant. There is Anotia r pastor reverend Wilson Moyer but it is common in have three when one is old. Five men each know n for his staunch Faith and stainless character were nominated one was a Creamery worker another a teacher and two oth i s were hucksters going to Philadelphia weekly with i Arni produce a common occupation among the mennonites. Their faces were serious under the stress of uncertainty for th1 ministry is no easy task. Preaching j each sunday and visiting the sick whenever such occasions present. Lie Nisei it s. Settling any disputes i that May Arist among tile Paris lion ers and keeping people steadfast on the rigid rules in Plain living Are j i pastoral duties to be performed Iii i add it ii a to following the occupation at w hich he was employed before lie became a preacher. I lie ministers w Ife plays an in j i port ant role lim1 duties have to do with women and children Comfort Jing the widow and lath less children and rendering practical service among the sick. Pastoral selection is a ceremony of simplicity As is the entire Structure of mennonite Aith Ami practice. The Bishop in full View of the congregation places a Small slip of White paper Iii a Bible. He does this to As Many bibles As there a nominees. From the special pew7, reserved for the occasion the candidates go to the Chancel it of so whore the bibles have been placed by Tim Bishop. They go singly arising As tin spirit moves and choosing at random. The drama in moment conies in file Brief period before the books Are returned and opened by the i i / 5 i i a a a go 3�?an minimum per insertion lines 5 cents rate under this head 2 5 cent3 for three lines 07 less tvs cents a line for four lines 7 cents a line for five for each additional line after the first five lines. Home baking delicious bread Rolls pies ready every afternoon. Anna Blaine 23 7 Wood Street. 4 7-tf. Wanted old automobiles Fot parts. Best prices paid for Good cars. Phone Bristol 351. Ii. In Sattler fifth ave. And state Road Croydon. 35-tf. Injure Panama and Straw hats cleaned we use no acid to your hat in any Way. George Parasho shoes shined 217 Mill St. Bristol a. For Sale or rent Frame House 237 Bank St Roo Morrisville six a urns and Bath garage in Good condition. Sacrifice for Quick Sale $2 of. Cen be bought like rent. Immediate Possession. Apply 753 North Pennsylvania ave., Morrisville or phone Morrisville 2-7411. 50-51. For Sale or nine room House heat electric Bath water two car garage rent hot water hot and cold a l o it one acre of ground comm of main Street and Wyoming Avenue Croydon. Apply on premises or address Ernest Bock it. F. D. 2. Bristol pleasant l. Jarvis for rent furnished room. 521 Radcliffe St. M. Of. Builder s Opportunity Here s a Good Opportunity for you or. Builder to build houses near two new Mills that need houses for their employees and new Bridge a i each. Lots reasonable. Terms to suit. In Gostine. State Road and Stella Avenue. Croydon a. 45-tf. Guinea pigs. Etc. I buy Guinea pigs rabbits White mice rats and pigeons. C. D. Haedrick 4832 Griscom Street Frankford a. Of. A. 50-tf wedding cakes beautifully decorated a a i i $ s a s % a / a a $ s s s s s s s s a a a a Quot Ward s cakes Are exceptional. They Are not Only beautifully decorated but contain Only the purest ingredients Are Well baked and delicious. No order too Large for wards. Hot bread every afternoon at4 . Fresh bread. Rolls and buns every sunday at 5 p. M. Ward s bakery Wood amp Dorrance its. Bristol a. Phone 348 i a a a a i i s / i a a a a a a a a a a for rent six room House hot water heat All conveniences situated at 236 Garfield Street. Rent $40. East bum Blanche amp Hardy. 50-51 for rent six room House All conveniences it hated at a ph.? Beach. Rent $35. East Burn Blanche Hardy. 50-51. Public Sale household goods saturday june la. 1930, station Avenue below Bristol Pike Cornwells Heights a. Antique chairs table dishes also Complete equipment for furnishing a twelve room House. Terms Cash. J. Alfred Rigby agent for estate kale l. Dyer. 4 9-50. Legal advertisements for rent six room Brick House All Convell ii aces situated near i Nim. In in station at Croydon. Rent $25.00. East Burn. Blanche amp Handy. 50-51. _ for rent three room apartment a a vellent condition situated on Mckinley St Reet. Rent $16. East Burn estate notice estate of mrs. Sarah Vaux Connolly late of the township of Ben Salem Bucks county pa., deceased. Letters testamentary on the above estate having been granted to the undersigned All persons indebted to tin same Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims Are requested to present them at once to miss Gladys Connelly Cornwells Heights a. Provident Trust company 17th amp Chestnut streets Philadelphia a. Executors. George Ross Thomas Ross. Attorneys. 45-50. Blanche amp Hardy. 50-51 for rent for rent Edgely six room House Bath enclosed porch garage All conveniences. Apply to i Marin Herz 125 Radcliffe Street. 50. Job printing i the Independent office Bristol a. Truth Stran Ger than fiction damaged Wing two alien prisoners an escaped Pilot inspector Zerambo slightly shaken up and bruised and a car with a damaged right Felt it door fender Radiator and the Radiator Cap picked off by the propeller. Despite the damage to the Chev Rolet it came out a decided Victor in the crash for whiff the plane was totally disabled impede r Zerambo was abli1 to Back the ear out of the wreckage and drive it under its own Power with his prisoners safely aboard to Detroit Headquarters. A. Is a a a in the old reliable stove store 108 and 110 Mill Street Bristol a. For stoves. Heaters and ranges tin roofing spouting and guttering practical Sheet Metal work cooking utensils. Oil stoves boat pumps phone 496 ii. A. Holmes residence phone 498 m1 t i ii b&byloiuar., e c3.ul.txc sold the is Elve s to j earn marriage Dove Ries for the Iio Irvey girls / fatso i i ii 11 i Croydon it. La 0. A. E. To Tichier 2b. 0 i 5 i a a Bock of. 0 0 0 i 0 Gleason is 3b. I i 4 it 0 c la. I o 8 it 0 Tryon la c i i i 2 c Rossl by of 0 i 0 0 i c. I Anim of. 0 0 0 0 0 Piazza is 3b. A i. A. To i i o 4 e. In Anim if. I 0 i 0 0 Miller it. 0 0 i 0 Tranotti p0 0 i o i i 7 27 12 9 2 0 1 110 hits order. Throe base bits c. Schulter w. Tomlinson Greenberg Gherty. Home run Donharl. Leu base Flack p. Schumaker Snyder. Sacrifice a. Bowman. Bases on balls off Terry 3 off Dougherty 4. Takeouts Perry 8 Dougherty 7. Umpire Elmer. Serei a a a a a a a a a a a a Nursery Stock Hardy plants Pitzonka a Pansy farm Oxford Valley Road Bristol % a a t a x x a a a o a a a a x soon Poe Truls of holes wre punched froth Between . Postage Stamps each Mouth Riverside i last time tonight Walter Huston and Claudette Colbert in a a the lady lies a a romantic drama an amazing picture that attempts to answer the question a has everybody a right to happiness a a All talking comedy a fatal forceps metro sound news saturday matinee Ani night William Rowell Iii that epic of the underworld it. Annas Croydon. 0 1 0 to stolen bases Bock Lake 2, Cross Ley Piazza Ditanna 3, Gil a re in two base Gleason Gilardi. Hit by Pitcher Lake e. Hamm. Double play Whyno to Tosti. Strikeouts by Whyno 9 Tranotti 3 Miller 2. Base on balls off Whyno 7 Tranotti i off Miller i. Umpires Waters and Polk. Scorer Juno. Bristol High trips Bensalem. 9 to 6 in a lower Bucks county league game played on the local High school Field Bristol took Bensalem High into Camp by the score of 9 to 6, j last Friday afternoon. This was a postponed game from earlier in the season. Both teams each used two pitchers. Narcesia started for Bristol and was relieved by Hart in the fourth inning. Kuemmerle twirled for Bensalem until the third inning when he was relieved by Elberson Atter Bristol scored six runs. The game was featured by Tho Many hits that went for extra bases. I i that epic of the underworld o i Street of Chance i lumber 46 building supplies 529-41 Bath St. Good used cars it will you to look Over oui Stock of used cars before you buy. You will find Boti the car and Price right. A., $ of g 1928 Ford Model a Tudor .$80 Down 1927 Chevrolet sport Coupe $50 Down 1927 c Chevrolet coach. $50 Down 1927 Dodge roadster $25 Down 1927 Essex coach$50 Down 1926 Ford touring $15 Down balance arranged to suit your convenience a building a Etter Ristol Community merchants listed Here Are lending their material support to this building Campaign. You too can support it by buying of these merchants. A Ltd a a a in i what does a gamblers wife think about How does she live Iii luxury that May vanish with the turn of a card. With a husband who May never come Back from the Street of Chance. Thrilling 1 a Harry Langdon All talking comedy. A the King Quot another chapter of a Ace of Scotland Yard Quot Novelty act Quot the revellers Quot i John h. Widder in slate and slag roofing furnaces and ranges 309 Dorrance bt., Bristol 367-m Harvey s. Rue funeral service 314 Cedar Street Bristol a. Phone 71 William i. Murphy estate funeral director prompt and courteous service Telephone Bristol 414 316 Jefferson ave. Bristol a. The Industrial health Accident and life insurance company $30.00 weekly and burial benefits As High As $500,00. W. H. Smith supt. 204 Milf Street Bristol a. Monday and tuesday june 16-17 Harles King and Bessie love Iii chasing rainbows another Quot Broadway Melody Quot with the famous pair of stars who made it such a go hear the new songs a wonderful supporting cast special Walter Kelly in Quot the Virginia judge Quot Paramount sound news wednesday Only one night Ruth Chatterton in the laughing lady one of the greatest actresses on the stage in a famous stage play. A daring woman who pits her wits against three men who would Brand her with scandal. All talking comedy. Quot red headed Hussy Quot All talking comedy Quot neighbors a to Mem a by t
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