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 mrs n. Dashnaw returned with h 1 by Auto to remain until monday. I their sons masters Donald and i Charles also accompanied them. The Altoona pinochle club was entertained on wednesday evening by mrs. Tiara Bailey of Otter Street and the Highway. A Strawberry festival will be Beld by the ladies of St. Jamo Parish on saturday june 7th. Bristol under the leadership of mrs. A if f my my mrs. John Wichser and Ford l. Anderson a group of ladies family of Dorrance Street were re yesterday enjoyed a delightful trip to the Dupont gardens in Wilmington del., where a most gorgeous display of Floral Beauty is now to be seen. Those in the party which \ As made up of the sewing class of the needlework Guild included mrs. Anderson mrs. I. O. Taylor miss Katharine Keating miss Ida Lindon mrs. F. Kring mrs. Harry Pope mrs. H. K Ancker mrs. Bluest Lawrence miss Esther Lawrence mrs. Clara Miller mrs. John h. Hardy mrs a. Bevan mrs. Kila Cunningham mrs. Voohees mrs. Arthur p. Brady and mrs. Jaine l. Blanche. Cent dinner guests of William pm Shaw of Durrly of Bristol. Or. And mrs. Camden for or. George w. Fox and sister miss k. E. Fox of beading were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Ii. D. Webb of 930 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Anna Cobb went on Day to spend a few Days in ton n. J., with relatives. Wednes Pera Ber m i s. M. Spend ten it Kkt. L. Webb left yesterday Days with her sister to i in or. And mrs. V. Tyler moved last wednesday from Swain Street to 266 Madison Street to the Home reset Nelv occupied by Poth and family. Mrs. T. In Megargee was hostess on tuesday afternoon to the Bridge which she is a member. Club of i favors Webb were earned by ant mrs. Linton mrs. Ii. Marti n. D. Miss May Smoyer of lint in Street was hostess on tuesday evening to ser ing class no. 2. Or. And mrs. Franklin And daughter Hester Ann of were sunday guests of mrs. Ancker of Radcliffe Street. Blitz mrs. Good Eli Hartshorne of new Media j York City formerly of Bristol is few Days with relatives in Bristol and Hulme ii. E. Spending a and friends \ tile. Mrs Mabel Roper of Maple Beach was hostess on thursday last to tile card club of which she is a member. Mrs. Joseph Keers of 230 Jackson Street entertained on wednesday afternoon pinochle club no. I. Favors were Given at last meeting to mrs. Joseph Keers mrs. Wilmer or. Frank Center of 500 Pond Dyer and mrs. Harry Hillman. I Street who has been confined to his Home with illness for Tim past five or. And mrs. Harry Burbank and j weeks is now recuperating. Daughter Dorothy of Alt. Holly i were recent guests for two Days of or. And mrs. Benjamin Ahart of Maynes l m r. Street Resford Ane. A. T. Spent mrs. Mary keep is spending some time with mrs. Fannie Wright of 500 Pond Street. Mrs. William Mitchener of Swain Street is recovering from a recent illness at the Home of her son and j daughter in Law or. And mrs. Ham old Mitchener. Mrs. Earl Mccuen of Mai l i on Street returned Horn from wig inserts Hospital where she had been a patient. Or. And mrs. Frederick Weiss of i Wilson Avenue entertained several guests from new York on sunday. Or. Am mrs. Harold Mitchener an i i s Anna sack. Ilk. And Friend guests of friends i Philadel Tun Lay it veiling. Were phia or. Chase Shrout be r View sly a. Mount has Pur a Studebaker regal Sedan in my Allen of the City garage. Phone 2 6 for ail kinds of printing. Export work and Low prices. Gratz of the week end i in Taft Roy als. Edward Laing was hostess on tuesday at luncheon and cards to her card club. Favor were it arned last week by mrs Russell de Long and mrs Walter i Lite of Monroe Street. Al. And mrs. W. Campbell of 262 Madison Street spent the weekend with relatives in Valley forge. Or. I. Rufe and daughter mrs. Jacob Townsend of the Keystone hotel went to Kutztown tuesday to attend the graduation exercises at the stat teachers College when miss Ai a lie rut daughter of or. Rufe and sister of mrs. Townsend was graduated. All and were Al i s. And i heir airs. Ernest Lawrence family of Lansdale week end guests of or. And Richard Myers. Air. And air red Bank n. Thursday and cuts air. And May 29th happened to be la thirteenth birthday anniversary of miss Ruth Weik but the 28th being the most convenient to Lier parents to celebrate the event air. And airs. John d. Weik invited about 20 j girls and boys to enjoy the Hosp Talvity of their Jefferson Avenue Home. Fun and music filled the ail and games were played which Wert much enjoyed but the Young Folk. Favor for the Peanut Hunt fell to Leonard Dyer. The a a Kiltie game favor were captured by miss Elizabeth Mariner. Miss Doris Hendricks was favored with the prize in the nut game. As they departed i rom the living room to meet in the dining room each child was handed a red White and Blue hat. Favors were at each place for the girls. These were red. White and Blue butterflies tile bodies of which were crickets. At the boys places were horns decorated with the National colors. Ryphe usual cakes formed a part of tile menu. The birthday cake was decorated with 13 flags and the icing covered with red 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 included Mildred Dyer Noma Johnson Thelma Weik Gertrude Hanson Doris Hendricks Anita Wallace Margaret Quinn Janice Moffett Elizabeth Mariner Lewis Foell Howard Zepp a tas la a Warren Talbot George Talbot Walter Bell Frank pair James Rue Edwin Heath Leonard Dyer and Howard Lovett. Air. And airs. Richard Myers of Otter Street entertained on wednesday evening a few Friend Holmes Uig and Frankford. Air. And alls. Valeno Vansant and air. And airs. Elwood Yesline and their son Fulmer motored to spend several Days with relatives at Medford lakes n. The party will return sunday evening. Or. And airs. George Whilldey and aunt miss Mary Barton spent sunday in Bridesburg visiting relatives. Airs. Frank Crohe and airs. Paul i Ovgard entertained at luncheon and cards the Edgely card club at Penn pack res inn Hatboro on wednesday May 21st. Or. And airs. Eld win Sharpless and two children Aliso Anita and master Bernard went by Auto on wednesday to Ogdensburg to spend the holidays Over decoration Day. From alias Bru in r. And airs. Roth Street recently moved family to Rutherford n of Madison with tin in Mrs. Clifford l. Anderson Katharine Keating Mise Ida Don mrs. Lena Guthrie airs. George King mrs. Fred Kring and miss i est her Lawrence were present on tuesday afternoon to help the ladies sewing it the meeting of the Needle a work Guild in the Community House. The Dorcas society of Zion lutheran Church was entertained on tuesday evening by airs. Quensen of Monroe Street. Rev. And air.-. William la. Decker and their daughter miss Ruth of Kingston pa., were guests fur Sev Jeral Days of air. And airs. William la. Buckman. Or. And airs. George Whilldey of and Street had As then guests air. And airs. Frank Abraham of Methuen alass., who loft for a six weeks trip South taking in some Southern states als had1 air. And mrs Albert Murray of Lima a. Airs. Bernard Marsden of Radcliff Street went by train on saturday to spend several Days in Low Ell mass. Air. Marsden joined her by Auto on wednesday to remain Over the holidays and both will return together. The new therm que perfect permanent wave no More Heaters Bakers Heater pads no More dancer of Burns. /1 How your friends will discuss your wedding ring a a a insist on fashion a Ici est a smart Albi ills pc cd w the sparkling diamonds. We will to pleased to show you a variety of these Sty Ash wedding rings. Gifts for All occasions Wehling 312 Mill Street jeweler and optometrist phone 483-w. Bristol Palt air. Ann Wen Dinne sunday in alls. Edward Klaiber r guests of friends on Philadelphia. Lew if Hendricks of j., were guests on Friday of their mrs. D. Ii my i ides. Air. And Al or. Of Glenn Era airs. Hie ii Ait Days this week Russell Del orig. Lard Bow spending with air. Misses Laurabelle Ami Ala Hendricks will spend today Iii Wood n. Mrgaret wild mrs. Richard Cliffe Street is in Allentown. Deleting finding of t w o air. And airs. William Rockell and their daughter Aliss Hannah of Washington Street Are spending three Davs in Providence r. I. Air. And mrs. Robert Weik and their son Bobby and mrs. Thomas Argus sr., will spend decoration Day and the week end with relatives in Nesquehoning. I air. And airs. Daughter Ruth memorial Freeland. A y John expect and the Weik and to spend week end Iii expert work in he stitching and Picot edging Quick services moderate Price i the Singer shop 122 Mill St. Alien 374 a a a a a. A a a a a a a a. A a a. Phone 773 Foi appointment Beauty Salon Sara Milnor 323 Mill St., 2 i. V Vav v v it a v v Vav a and Hills mrs. Wilson Pollard of n. J., spent several Days As guests of Aliss Maria Jarvis of 521 Radcliffe Street. Air. Short mrs. Elmer Field and children of Ramsey. N. J., arrived on saturday to spend two weeks with airs. Fields parents air. And mrs. Thomas Scott of 2 20 Radcliffe Street. Aliss Ai Eta Landreth of Pine Grove recently entertained at hoi Home eight friends at luncheon and cards. The guests were mostly from out of town. A. Mrs. John t. Thorne left Bristol on thursday to make an extended visit with relatives in Atlantic City n. Airs. E. Tracy Street entertained card club no. 2 at thursday. Of at her Radcliffe luncheon Home on a s a a / / i a a a a i i 7 Nursery Stock Hardy plants Pitzonka a Pansy farm Oxford Valley Road Bristol a a a a a a a a a a j a a a a a a a a a a a a a jewelry for the boy or girl graduate gift f v t j its a nothing prop Riate than lasting could be More a a gift that brings to memory tile give years after it Wras Given. Make your selection Early from our Fine assortment of gifts. W Clark jewelry amp watch repairing1 Mill amp Cedar sis., Bristol a a Vise sesh a it i tit f it i i in / i % a a a a a a a a a a a a $ a a a a a i ii i Jelly Roll and j \ fashioned Cullers our pastry is the kind that sits lightly on digestion. We use no substitutes Only tile purest ingredients. That a Why they have that wonderful Home made flavor hot bread every afternoon at4 p. Of. Fresh bread. Rolls and buns every sunday at 5 p. M. Wards bakery Wood amp Dorrance its Bristol. A. Phone 348 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 5 5 a a a a a a a a i a a a a i u save at i Hoffman a Cut rate f 310 Mill Street i8 25e Johnson s i baby powder. 50c Phillips m51k a fir magnesia. 40c Fletcher a castoria&�0c it i 25c Mavis 17$ Golf 35c palmolive shaving Ream. 50c pompeian t face powder dec j i 50c Hen foam 7q shampoo. a. 69c listen eve a. $1.25 flax Olyn 75c is. Of Hou Bigante a perfume. .39c j $1.00 wild Root pm. $ hair tonic. 5 $1.25 Toniola 75c \ s1-r>� Qsar \ petrol Agar. Or. And airs. Arthur l. Jennings and masters Louis and Arthur and Aliss Mary will spend from thursday until monday at the Home of the Kotlier of mrs. Jennings airs. C. T. Rue of Edgely. Mrs. George and airs. F. A. Ai. Giordon gave a luncheon and card party on wednesday Alay 2 8th, at the Bucks county country club in Langhorne. Mrs. Russell Vansant of a Hilaiel. Phia will spend the week end at th1 Home of or. And airs Roy Ott of 268 Jackson Street. After a visit of four months with Lier daughter airs. N. Dashnaw of 124 Fillmore Street airs. A. B. Jamison left on wednesday for her Home in Ogdensburg n. Y. Or. And v sunday june 1st a delicious special Chicken dinner ssi members of the travel club and their families availed themselves of the kind offer of air. And airs. Thomas g. Haw Kus to use their Beautiful Lawn and its equipment for til annual picnic of the club. A most delightful time was enjoyed. $8 i permanent waving free resets All phases of Beauty cultus Roseanne do re Vij 231 Mill St. Phone 537 i 4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 4 a 4 circulating Library i ? i t i i greeting cards playing cards tally cards stationery the better magazines a hand dipped candles that do not drip i a sweeten the Day with Candy i Carolyn Williams t no. 6 the Street at Radcliffe a a a a a a a a a a a a a it a a a a a a a a Ltd a a a tender Spring chickens half a broiler cooked to perfection and served with All the fixings by courteous waitresses in the cleanest pleasantest dining loom in lower Bucks county. Bring your guests to the Keystone for dinner like it and you will too Keystone hotel Rufe amp Townsend Alii Bath and Otter streets Bristol a. Of tile hundreds of thousands of owners of general f1 lie Ceric Beiriger Alors �11 v Vav Vav v Vav w Vav Vav Vav Vav Vav Vav Vav v a Vav v Vav v v v a it v Vav we we what a proof of trouble free operation in a dramatic test to demonstrate the trouble free operation of general electric re Frig to cantors the entire mechanism Mas a i a submerged in Ater and it St Iii ran on Geol y Jet of. Has 5>aid a cent for service a a a a a a % a a 4 4 4 Bristol a. I a 4 a see the Lovely shoes we have just received from Queen Quality a / i f Vij a a. A Ajob % i Manj 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 to specially priced. A Abe Popkin Bristol a. 418 Mill Street in a Belill a by Vav to in m a a my gifts of lasting Beauty graduation time is one of life s never 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 4 4 4 4 a 4 4 4 a a 4 a 4 4 # 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a 4 what a proof of durability in general electric laboratories tests were conducted to discover tile durability of tile doors latches and binges. A a the tests were stopped after a period equivalent to 3p years of Wear in Chi 4 a i i clan -3u of reliability tile general electric automatic freezing control was tested every til minute for a period equivalent to 165 years. At the end of that time it was still going Strong it Ai we come in and see our Uura Eliv. All steel models or write Fri a Rosr i our easy tin payment plan. Now priced As Toto of 8205�.� Aill Stitsel at the factory join us in the general electric hour broadcast every saturday even in Over a nation wide a. Id. C. Network. Authorized Elgin 307 Mill Street dealer Bristol a. Tome Sam s electrical service 322 Mill Street Eri Stolpa. Phone 95

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