Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
30 May 1930

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30 May 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - May 30, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Page two Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday. May 30. 1930. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence in re. N. Dashnaw returned with h i the Altoona by Auto to remain unit i monday. Entertained on their hods. Masters Donald Charles also acce in ted them. By mrs. Clara Bailey and the Highway. Pinochle club was wednesday evening of Otter St reel by in Strawberry festival will the ladies of St. ame. Saturday june 7th. Be held pallid Bristol under the leadership of mrs. Clif f or. Aud mrs. John Wichser Ford l. Anderson a group of ladies family of Dorrance Street were yesterday enjoyed a delightful trip to the Dupont gardens Iii Vav Liming ton Del where a most Goit Rous display of Floral Beauty is now to by seen. Those Iii the party which wac made up of the sewing class of the needlework Guild included i s. Anderson mrs. I. O. Taylor miss Katharine Keating miss Ida Lindon mrs. F. Bring mrs. Harry Pope mrs. Ii. K. Ancker mrs. Ernest Lawrence miss hither Lawrence mrs. Clara Miller mrs John la. Hardy mrs a be a mis. Kila Cunningham mrs. Voohees mis. Arthur p. Brady and mrs. Janie l. Blanche. Cent dinner guests William k. Shaw tidily of Bristol. Of of or. And Camden or. George w. Fox and miss k. E. Fox of Reading to of or. And mrs. 0 Radcliffe Street Ailt i sunday Guenn Webb of ii mrs. Sister w Ere ii. Ii lot mis. M. Peru ten by w i it k. H. Webb left be Days with her Dei Day sister in a or. Ami mrs. V. Tyler wednesday from Swain str 266 Madison Street to the Home y cent i y occupied by Ruth and Tan mrs. Joseph Beers of 230 Jackson Street entertained on wednesday afternoon pinochle club no. I. Favors were Given at last meeting to mrs. Joseph Beers. Mrs. Wilmer Dyer and mrs. Harry Hillman. Mrs. Anna Cobb went on Day to spend a few Days in ton n. J., with relatives. Wed Nepenthe r to by. Mrs. T. B. Alegar gee Wols hostess on tuesday afternoon to the Bridge club of which she is a member. Favors were tamed by mrs. La. La. Webb Ami mrs. Linton Martin. Miss St Reet. Lug to May Smoyer. Of Linden was hostess on tuesday class no. 2. Mrs. Malel hop a of map e Bach was a St is Oil thursday inst to the card club of which she a member. Or. And alls. Harry Burbank and daughter Dorothy of Alt. Holly. Were recent guests for two Days of air. And airs. Benjamin abort of May lies line. Air. Frank Benfer of 500 Pond Street who has been confined to his Home with illness for Tim past five weeks is now recuperating. Mrs. Mary Bept l spending some time with mrs. Fannie Wright of 500 Pond Street. Airs. William Mitchener of Swain Street is recovering from a recent illness at the Home of her son and daughter in Law or. And airs. Haploid Mitchener. Mrs. Karl Mcuen of Harrison Street returned hoi from wag Hospital where she had been a patient. Or. And mrs. Frederick Weiss of Wilson Avenue entertained several guests air. And a were phia. Or Cha i h i set from new York on sunday. An airs. Harold Mitchener i Auna sack. Hic Aud Friend of musts of friends i Philadel saturday evening. A Gay a. Mount has Pur a Studebaker regal Sedan h i. Roy Allen of the City la rage. Pine 25 for ail kinds of printing. Expert work and Low prices. Or. A t. Street spent Resford. G i Ritz. Of 327 the week end in Taft Koy or. And mrs. Franklin And daughter Hester Ann of were sunday guests of mrs. Ancker of Radcliffe Street. Lilt but. Media la e has. Has. Goodell Hartshorne of new i York City formerly of Bristol is few Day a wit ii relatives in Bristol and Zhulim mrs. Edward I King was Host is on tuesday at luncheon and cards to her card club. Favors Wile earned last week by has. de Long. And mrs. Walter i Lite. Of Monroe Street. Spending a and Friend Ville. Or. I. Rife and dam Jacob Townsend of the Keystone hotel went to Kutztown tuesday to attend the graduation exercises at tin state teachers College when miss Alai in Rifle daughter of Alt. Bute and sister of airs. Tow it amp Gnu was graduated. Air. And airs. Ernest Lawrence and their family of Lansdale were week end gut Sis of or. And Alii. Richard Myers. Air. And mrs a Aleno Vansant or. Ami has. Elwood a slim their son Fulmer motored to t several Days with relatives at Ford likes n. The party return sunday evening. Ami and Pend Alert will or. And mrs. A. Campbell of 252 Madison Street spent the weekend with relatives in Valley forge. Or. And airs. George Whilldey and aunt miss Alary Barton spent sunday in Bridesburg visiting relatives. Airs. Frank probe and air. Paul i Ovgard entertained at luncheon and cards the Edgely card dub at Penny Packer s inn. Hatter it on wednesday. Alay 21st. Or. And airs. Edwin sharpies and children Alisa Anita Ami alas Tor Bernard went by Auto on aved Leaday to Ogdensburg to spend the holidays Over decoration Day. Rir., i Urt r. Bow your friends will discuss Alay 2 by ii happened to be the thirteenth birthday anniversary of miss Ruth Weik. But the 28th Ling the most convenient to her cuts to celebrate the event or. And airs. John i. Weik invited about 20 girls and boys to enjoy the Hosp Talvity of their Jefferson avenue1 Home. Fun and music Lilied the ail and games were played which Wen much enjoyed by the Young Folk favor for the Peanut Hunt fell tot Leonard Dyer. The a but ice game favor were captured by miss Elizabeth Mariner. Miss Doris Hendricks was favored with tile prize Iii the tint game. As they departed from i the living room to meet in the Din big room each child was handed a red White Ami Blue hat. Favors were at each place for the girls i these wer red White and Bitte butterflies the bodies of which were crickets. At the 1m�vs�?T places were horns decorated with the National i colors. The usual cakes formed Al air. And airs. Richard Myers of Otter Street entertained on wednesday evening a few friends from Holm Esburg Ami Frankford. Mrs. Clifford l. Anderson. Alias Katharine Keating miss Ida Milru Don. Mrs. Lama Guthrie. Has. George Bing airs. Fred bring and of in Esther Lawrence were present on tuesday afternoon to help the ladle sewing it the meeting of the needlework Guild Iii tile Community i Louse. Or. Street fan by Ami mrs. Both of a recently moved with to Rutherford n. Dis the the Dorcas Sot Iran Church was tuesday evening by Monroe Street Ety of Zion Luth Eiller Tai Ned on airs. Quonset of or. And airs. George Whilldey of born Street had As their guests air. And airs. Frank Abraham of Methuen mass., who left for a six weeks trip South taking in some Southern states also had air. Ami mrs Alin it Murray of Lima. A. Al is. Bernard Alai Aden. Of Rad-1 Cliffe Street went by train on sat i ii Ida y to Send several Days in Lowell mass. Or. Ala radon joined Lier by Auto on wednesday to remain Lover the holidays Ami inuit will be turn together. The new therm que perfect permanent wave no More i r aters Bakers a Heater pads no molt4 danger of Burns. Ii ring a a a insist Ona smart a or i ads sparkling diamonds. Your wed airs fashion s sales paved Vith be will b pleased to show you a Var Etycl theses tel so wedding rings. Gins por All occasions a kit or. And air red a ii a n. Thursday Aud outs or. And be wit Ile j., were Friday of . D. K i or Oil ii or gild their 11 end i Lek. Misses la lira belie Ami Margaret Hendricks will spend today in Wildwood n. Rev. Amt my. William ii. I and their daughter. Miss Ruth of Kingston pa., were git Sis fur several Days of or. Aud airs. William ii. By Muu. Or. Ami ais.-. Bit hard Bowman jr., of Glenolden Are spending several Days this week with or. An i aits. Russell Del my. Airs. Richard Del my. Of Radcliffe Street is spending it is Aik mow ii. Or. And mrs. Were dinner gut sunday in Phil Edward s of Frie Olphia. Blather ids on a it it a a it a l. C. Wehling 312 Mill Street Jeu Cler and optometrist phone 483-w. Bristol. A a appointment amp Var. And airs. William Bothell and their daughter. Alias Hail Nail of Washington Street Are spending three Davs in Providence r. I. A t Allentown. X at i .7t. A j and a o a a a it a Zzz i it h 9 i v4jp� expert work in f i \ % i Siv a War v i v a 4 Bobette Beauty Salon Sara Milnor 323 Mill St., 2 i. U save at Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street 25c Johnson a baby powder 14c a Vav non a a a air. Ami mrs. Robert Weik and a a a a a a their son Bobby am mrs. Thomas part of the menu. I lie birthday j argue saw a a ,.ml decoration Day and the week end with rela 1 ,4> i Tives Iii it stun Honing. Flat cake was decorated with i and the icing covered with White and Blue decor ettes. Other Good things tickled the palates of the Young Folk and reluctant to leave they started for Home about 10.30 p. In. The guests include d Mildred Dyer Noma Johnson Thel a a Weik. Gertrude Hanson Doris Hendricks Anita Wallace Al argan i Quinn Janice Auffett Elizabeth Mariner Lvis Foell Howard Zepp i Warren Talbot George Talbot Walter Bell Frank Barr James Rue Edwin Heath Leonard Dyer and Howard Lovett. Expert work in he stitching and Picot edging. Quick services moderate Price i the Singer Sho 122 kill St. I air. And airs. John Weik and daughter Ruth expect to spend i memorial Day and the week end in Freeland. A a Vav v 5 a a a a pack 374 a a a a a a e a a f v t in v v a Ltd \ \ i v f or. And Short 11 i i is last week Jarvis of mrs. Wilson Pollard of. J., spell several Days As guests of miss Maria 521 Radcliffe Street. Airs. Elmer Field Ami children of Ramsey. N. J., arrived on saturday to spend two weeks with has. Fields parents or. And airs. Thomas Scott of 220 Radcliffe Street. Airs. John t. Thorne left Bristol on thursday to make an extended visit with relatives in Atlantic City n. Miss Meta la lid ret h. Of pint Grove recently entertained at Bel Home eight friends at luncheon anti Curtis. The guests were mostly from out of Tow n. A. A a airs. E. Tracy of Street entertained at card club no. 2 at her thursday. Radcliff 111110111011 Home on jewelry for the boy or girl graduate gift f it $ Nursery Stock it a Hardy plants a a z a a St Quot a Pitzonka s Pansy j a a farm % j Oxford Valley Road it. A Bristol j % v Ltd a Wawa a v. 3 a a a it a it a it a he a a 1 he a a it s a nothing opiate tugs to years of take y oui our its. Lasting be store a than a gift that memory the give a or it was Given. Or selection Early Fine assortment of 50c Phillips milk 36c magnesia 35c palmolive shaving Ream. 23c 10c Fletcher a Pastoria. 25c 25c Ai a is t Alcum. 17c 50c 11 in a foam shampoo. 39c s1.00 listerine. 69c 50c pompeian face powder 60e 36c 39 c wild Root hair tonic. 69c $1.23 flax in 75c $1.25 W Clark jewelry amp watch repairing Mill amp Cedar Sis., Bristol wards bakery j / Wood amp Dorrance its. Bristol. A. A a a phone 348 a an in Hou brigant s perfume. 69c si.50 petrol Agar. V Ponjola 75c 98c i a a r / / $ i a a 5 a a / a a j / a a j / a a a a s or. And airs. Arthur l. Jennings and masters Louis and Arthur and miss Mary will spend from thursday until monday at the Home of the Mother of airs. Jennings mrs. C. T. Rue of Edgely. Airs. George hit fat and or. F. A. Al. Giordon gave a luncheon and card party on wednesday May 2mb. At the Bucks county c wintry club in Langhorne. He v Vav mrs. Russell Vansant of Philadelphia will spend the week end at the Home of or. And airs. Roy Ott. Of 268 Jackson Street. After a Vii it of four months w Ith Lier daughter. Mrs. N. Dashnaw. Of 124 Fillmore Street airs. A. B. Jamison left on wednesday for her Home in Ogdensburg. N. Y. Or. And a a a a a a 5 a i a delicious special a Vav cd sunday june 1st i Ltd i a it a members of the travel club and their families availed themselves of the kind offer of or. And mrs. Thomas g. Ii a Ken to use their Beautiful Lawn Ami its equipment Tor the annual picnic of i lie club. A most delightful time was enjoyed. $8 ii permanent waving free resets All phases of Beauty culture Roseanne 231 Mill St. Phone 537 d of a s he pipe amp Beauty parlor i i i i f i i i i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a t i i a a circulating Library greeting aids playing cards tally cards stationery the better magazines hand dipped candles that do not drip a sweeten the Day with Candy a a a Chicken dinner sj.2s tender Spring Chi k no half a broiler Cook d to perfection and served with All the fixin s by courteous waitresses in the cleanest pleasantest dining loom in Lover Bucks county. Bring your in Els it the Keystone for dinner like it and you will Loo Keystone hotel Rutt. Amp Townsend Alii Bath and Otter streets Bristol a. % a for i v f it a a i a of tin hundreds of thousands of owners of general electric re what a proof Carolyn Williams Radcliffe Bristol. A. V i i / see the Lovely shoes we have just received from Queen Quality la n x Tib Many Clever women have discovered the Queen Quality Way to Complete shoe smartness. And now with practical Economy and Good taste they match each new frock with a Lovely pair of Queen Quality shoes Queen Quality Arch guide shoes specially priced. Abe Popkin j 418 Mill Street Bristol. A. Ness non in non Nunn it the free up of trouble free operation dramatic test to demonstrate the trouble operation of general electric re Frig has paid a cent for service critters a to Beer ran on the entire mechanism a ired Iii water a and it still v t a a a a v. I a a Star what a proof of durability i in general electric laboratories test were conducted to discover the durability of the door latches and Binge the test were stopped after a period equivalent to 30 years of eur who t j j j i. At a proof of reliability the general electric automatic freezing control Wall Ltd every Yaj Minnie for a period equivalent to Jean. At the end of tint time ii a &g11 going Strong Cone in and a a a a it our at Ray tit All be i Mon la i Quot. Or writ Fei a Elij log nod our easy Taw payment plan. Gifts a a a a a a a a a a a a a a of lasting Beauty graduation time is one of life s River to be forgotten occasions. When you offer your congratulations let it be with a Beautiful jewel. Inexpensive or costly. Jewelry bears lifelong greetings. We can offer you a wide selection at varied prices. F. E. Baylies Abs it i ta4el in fit i a fruit atos it i Voic Low As ?2o it at the factory priced tis it it a it authorized Elgin 307 Mill Street dealer Bristol a. A j a a a a a a join us in the general electric hour broadcast atry saturday evening of or to nation a ten a ii. C Nett Ark Tomesani a electrical service 322 Mill Street Bristol a. Phone 95

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