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 News of sports Edgely wins girls week track meet stored 29i/2 Points to win from sixth Waid. Who was runner up with 28 Points j Bowling league news of the past week extra base.-. Both teams a Adell hits apiece but Kayo la used theirs to better advantage than Bristol. Box score Bristol Bristol s Jagt girls week came to a close last Satin Day with a Jubilee meeting in the grand theatre Iii the morning and a Parade and Field meet in the afternoon. Those in charge of the affair Are to be congratulated Oil the Way they put girls week across. It was one of the most colourful events Ever held in Bristol. The cup donated by Howard i. James for the Ward making the Best appearance in line of Kirch went to the Hirst Waul and a Banner donated by Clarence Winters for the most in line was captured by the fifth Ward who Are following in the path of the boys winning that Honor. At the morning exercises in the theatre Lucille Layton of the fourth Ward was presented with the Marble championship cup and a Ach Ward Winner was also pre wit ii a pin. The Nursery poster and Art needlework were presented to the win Mcdevitt c l. David la i de it Rich 2 b r Jeff lies 3 b. Bugan is. Purcell of. Custer p of Roo its of p Mathias of. Nichols of. A. A. It. Or. Sent cd fete prizes Liers. I he judged music contest which was by two students from Temple University was very Good. Lillian Pupkin first Ward won first prize tor piano playing Doris Plum sixth Ward Harmonica prize and Dorothy i Iii us second Ward saxophone prizes in class a. Class b prizes went to Evelyn Newman sixth Ward piano Francis Sewell sixth Ward violin Mary Finan sixth Ward Banjo mandolin Dorothy Blair sixth Ward singing. Over 1000 girls were present at the morning exercises. About the same number paraded and several floats added color to the affair. The athletic meet was won by Edgely with a total of Twenty nine and one half Points the sixth Ward was second with 28 Points and the fourth Ward was third with 22% Points. Below is the summary of the athletic Imset a. Walk r Mullen 2h Grogan of c. Walker j Ebey is. I Fidel 3b m cd in Ley barrister 1 Disen Boff 5 la a you la c. C. It. I. Of of 1b o. 8 to i o o. 2 0 o to a. 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 a. 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 9 Kayo la .40 Bristol. 0 0 Tow base hits Deitrich Friel. 8 la 3 0 0 1 2 10 0 Dugan the rec e. 0 0 0 i i 0 0 0 i 0 3 e. I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i in Hie play Oft Between Keystone and Rohm Haas teams Iii the Bristol league for second place honors the airman won taking three out of five games from a the chemical boys. The annual banquet of the Bristol Bowling association will he held in tile recreation Centre on june 13th, and will be known As Bow Lei so night. Following the banquet there will lie different kinds of Bowling games Between those present. Below Are the results for the week and the season s averages. Played Between the Bristol police Joice and the Leedoine s office Force had to be postponed As the pitchers of both teams were afraid of their valuable twirling arms. In a game played last week the local pavement pushers took the be Edom nine into custody by the score of 13 to 8, and after the carpet makers were bailed out they demanded revenge. The big game will be played in the near future. Legal notice 0 0�?8 0 0�?5 David _ base ii its Dugan Ebby 2, Deitrich. Bases on balls off Disenhof i Custer 2 Brooks 5. Strikeouts by Disenhof 9 Custer i blinks it Dugan and Smith. Umpires Whyatt Edge j y track events class a 50 Yard dash a first e sixth Ward second fab i third Ellis second Ward. Broad jump first l. Layton. Foul the Ward second e. Faber Edgely third i. Nil is first Ward. Basketball throw a first c. Betz Edgely second if. Barnfield fourth Ward third j. Manherz Edgely. High jump first e. Whyatt sixth Ward second Ilai. Ward fourth Ward third m. Rhode sixth Ward. Senior relay first sixth Ward Al. Rhode in. Rhode o. Whyatt e. Whyatt second first and fourth Ward tied. First Ward won toss Foi second place medals. Class b 50 Yard dash first Deluca fill ii Ward second Ala Berry fourth Ward third Weber sixth Ward. Broad jump first h. Dewsnap Edgely second j. Chamberlain fourth Ward third g. Buna second Ward. Basketball throw first ii. Dew snap Edgely second. E. Locke Edgely third b. Lynch sixth Ward. High jump a first l. Bed tick sixth Ward second Al. Faber Edgely third la Dewsnap Edgely and j. Chamberlin tied. Dewsnap won toss for medal. Junior relay first sixth Ward Bodrick bet Rick Weber Ryvan second. Fourth Ward third Edgely. Points scored Edgely 20 sixth Ward 28 fourth Ward 221/& fifth Ward 5 first Ward 3 second Ward 2 third Ward 0. Emilie a. A. Still going Strong in wins the Strong Emilie a. A. Team took be chums a. C. Nine from Trenton of a buggy ride last sunday on the former a held by the score of in to a be Ore a Large crowd of fans. Emilie found the Trenton for in hits while the Only Able to gather to. The chums math Emilie two. Black had a Good Day on the Mound striking out nine men. I a awl had one to ii is credit and Moffett two. Many of the base hits went for extra bags. Black Comby and Schoenfield were High in batting honors for Emilie while Moffett led the chums. Box score Stewart Kilian Encke. Sharkey Wenzel 11 i Rich be vie re of boy in Yeagle Allen. Rohm amp 14�?~j 167 163 246 167 156 238 190 188 181 Haas 15 5 192 213 190 190 159 in 201 212 170 905 940 940 93 Keystone 197 178 174 212 179 156 206 176 171 234 943 181 188 2 21 134 171 181 i i 166 184 191 172 163 i 72 225 187 919 226 i 9 0 162 179 oot sixth Ward boys 906 899 982 840 i he three to sign ave rage men for the season in the Bristol league were Hirsch .18/ Ai. Allen .186 and l. Amisson .186. The High average Man for the first half was lining with .189, and for the second half Deiterich with .190. In the Industrial league the three High average men Fen the season were s. Keeps .162 Steele .162 and Phipps .161. In the first half Phipps was High average Man with 1 .163, and in the second half Ste it with .169. Emilie to p. S. C. File a.22611-30 notice is hereby Given that application has been made to the Public service commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under the provisions of the Public service company Law by Charles ii. Bunting and Thomas ii. Sets in co partners trading As c. H. Bunting Ajo tor express company for approval of the beginning of the exercise of the right and privilege of feted by Fien s club operating motor vehicles As a com Mon Carrier for the transportation of freight merchandise and other personal property Between Philadelphia Hoim Esburg and Torres Dale Philadelphia county Andalusia Cornwells Heights Eddington a Croydon Tullytown and Bristol Bucks county. A Public hearing upon this application will be held in room 4 96, City Hall Philadelphia on the tenth Day of june 1930, at 9.00 a. Ai., Standard time 10.00 a. Al Daylight saving time when and where All persons in interest May appear and be heard if they so desire. This application is docketed in tile files of the Public service commission As a.22641-30. Charles ii. Bunting Tho Al As h. Snelson co partners. Trading As c. Ii. Bunting motor express Coa Pany. Bristol a. 18-49. The Harriman menus club feted Hie boy athletes of the sixth Ward in their clubhouse in tuesday evening in Honor of their winning the Bristol boys week athletic meet trophy. This is the second consecutive year that the sixth Ward have captured the cup and one More Vin will give them permanent ownership of it. The boys were Given plenty to eat by the members who prepared the feed. Following the eats the rest of the evening was spent in having a god time. This has become an annual Altair of the Harriman Al a a club and meets with the Hearty approval of All the boys Iii that Ward. T classified advertisements minimum rate under this head 2 5 cents for three lines or less per insertion 1% cents a line for four lines 7 cents a line for five lines 5 cents for each additional line after the first five lines. Builder s Opportunity Home baking delicious bread Rolls ready every afternoon. Blaine 23 7 Wood Street. Pies Anna 47-tf. Wanted old automobiles Fot parts. Best prices paid for Good cars. Phone Bristol 351. H. R. Sattler fifth ave. And state Road Croydon. 35-tf. For rent pleasant furnished Pooai. Ai. L. Jarvis 521 Radcliffe St. To. Play tv/0 Ball games i tellers chums were from Emilie. Seven errors and Bristol High nine rout Trenton s. I. A the the Emilie y. Al a. Baseball club w ill play a doubleheader Oil Al mor Ial Day their opponents will be the Fletcher a. A. Nine of Philadelphia. The game will be played on the former a Field one in the morning and the final in i in afternoon. Croydon juniors score Emilie Tyre i reel Fry la Bruce of duster is afflerbach Black e. Comly 3 b Shoenfield Watson of Phipps 3b Prawl c p Wister of 2 b chums Swope of. Pender 3b. Colvin la 3b Ai Alloy la la Packer of. Feller 2 b. Levy is a Ioffe it p of wit to w ski p Pope Cla r. Ii. O. I 2 0. I i 6 i 9 i i i o i 0 to i a it 0 i o a it o 4 a i i i i 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 i 16 16 27 it. In o. I 0 4 0 i i o i 9 o 0 i i i i 0 0 o 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 6 5 it it a. 0 0 0 i i i 1 2 0 0 0 i la i a. 0 1 0 0 0 Cardinal and Gray nine of Bristol High school trounced Iii i Renton school of Industrial Art learn on tin latter Field last Friday a i ter noon by the lopsided score of 21 to 6. Bristol found the Trenton pitchers for 15 hits and the local Mound sin in held Trenton to eight bits. The locals had four errors against nine made by Trenton. Coach Townsend used nearly Allol his players against Jin Art students and they gave a Good account of their playing ability. The features of the game was the Home run by mass Ilia with the bases loaded and a Home run by Cole. Bristol High the Croydon a. C. Juniors trimmed tin Croydon Buzzards by the score of 12 to 4, in a one sided contest. The juniors found the Buzzards Pitcher for 18 him Many being Good for extra bases. The Buzzards could Only gather nine biggies from Peters. Any Young teams wishing games me requested to get in touch with Francis Blyth. Phone Bristol 581j4. Box score Croydon a. C. R. Hrs. In o. A. E. Newportville drops game to Croydon the Croydon a. C. Team took a one sided contest from new Portville on the latter a grounds thursday night by the score of to to 2. Croydon made nine hits and no errors and Newportville got four hits and made five errors. The game Only went five innings being called on account of darkness. Croydon Jackson is. I Jackson is. I Cahill 21bishop 3 Blewis la. Barr of. Jones of. Coles of. Minster Meade chums. 20 Emilie. 14 errors shop it her 2, Levy duster. Two base 0 0 0 30 0 110 6 10 Colvin Muffet afflerbach Iii is Black. Bases 12 in c x�?16 Al a boy j. Stallone St Romp is by it ton la d. Stallone Dilorenzio Moran of. Gaffney of Cole c Lafferty c mass Ilia 3b Niece i 3b. Reese of. Pico 2h Tranotti p rot ii no p a Roe is p. Sumith c ssh of Trenton s on Halls off Black 4 off i awl 2 Iff Moffett 2 off Pope i. Hit by Pitcher by Black 2. Winning Pitcher Black losing Pitcher Ludel. Umpire Johnson. Croydon b. C. Win Bristol league tilt a. C. In ii. O i i a a i i it to it o 9 i i i i i 6 0 0 0 a 0 i a it 0 i i 2 0 i 0 a. 2 9 0 0 a a a it 0 0 0 2 0 to 9 15 7 Newportville in ii. O. A. Eaheart c. 0 0 i i Mac Raferty p 0 i a o i Force la 0 i 5 o t Keeny 2b. I i o 0 Coxson is. I 0 o 0 Smith 3b0 i 0 i Wilson of. O 0 0 0 Lecover of 0 0 i 0 Machul of. 0 0 0 0 e. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 e. 0 0 0 i i a it o 0 0 0 4 15 6 Bristol a. A. Drop one to Kayo la c. C. In a Bristol Twilight league tilt played last sunday at Croydon the Bristol la oboes were Defeated by the Croydon boys club nine by the score a to 5. This was the first Vin for Croydon in the league. File hoboes outhit Croydon but could not use them to any advantage. The Croydon team was trailing All through the game until the eighth inning when they rallied and pushed six runs Over the Home plate to sew up the game. Lawler had la strikeouts to ii is credit for tin hoboes and Tryon had 12 for the Croydon team. Alan of the hits went for extra bases. Box econ a. O. In r. Ii. O. A. E. Thompson is. 2 2 2 2 g. Dougherty 3b. 2 2 i 2 Leyden la. 0 0 5 0 j. Brady la c 0 0 i 0 Ai Anga n 2b p 0 i 3 0 Holden c0 2 to i j. Dougherty of 0 0 0 Mcclafferty of. 0 i 0 0 Sullivan of la. 0 0 i 0 Lawler p 21i i i 2 Croydon Cross Ley of. Tritschler 2b triadic la. Gleason is. Piazza 3b Tryon Check of. Bock of Reese c c. Hamm of Lafe of Walder of. Thompson is. Alanine 2b p. Gag Lardi p 2b i Ai into la. Ruszyk of Radoczy of. Zadworny ii. Waterhouse 3b 4 r. I. O. A. Al i i 0 0 0 of 9 o a 0 9 o j 9 i a a 0 of i i 7 0 0 i i i 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 j. 2 o it o 0 0 n i a 0 o 0 i 5 i 0 j i i i i o i i 0 0 i o i 2 i i 0 o i o i 4 i 0 i j a it 0 0 0 j 0 0 0 0 0 2 i 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 01 a a _ j i m 15 i. A 21 g 4 j r. Ii. O. A. K. # 21 i 0 0 1 o i a it 4 i i 2 2 0 o i 0 i 6 i i 0 i c i i 0 0 5 0 i i i o 0 a. 0 0 0 0 i i 0 o 0 i a a. A. A a 6 8 21 11 9 0 7 2 i 0 21 o 0 2 i i 6 i Smith c i 9 i it it i Riesel la. 0 i 2 i 0 Peter up. 4 4 0 9 0 Gray 2b. I a it o a it 0 forester 3b i a 2 0 i Polk is. I i i 0 Martindale of. I i i i 0 Almsley of. 0 i i 0 0 Blyth of. O 4 i a 0 12 i 8 11 13 2 Buzza i ii3s it. Ii. O. A. E. Haines e. I i 0 a it o Mcnutt j. 0 i a it it 0 o it of Brien la. 0 0 i 0 2 Moran 2 b. I i it i 0 Appman 3bi i 0 o o Clark is. 0 0 i 0 4 Forrest of. In in in a in in a i i i 0 2 Trig of ,0 0 i 4 0 i Appman of. 0 0 i 4 0 i 4 5 9 13 to a. C. Pm. I 2 4 2 i o 0 a 12 Buzzards. Of i i 0 i i j i two base hits Ely the. The i be j Legal notice charter notice in tue court of common i pleas of the county of Bucks notice is hereby Given that an application will be made to the said Conli on the 9th Day of june a. I. I 1930, at ten of clock a. Al under i the act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled i an act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of a certain j corporation a approved april 29, 1874. And the supplements and amendments thereto for the charter i of an intended corporation by Richard w. Lech ten Burg Franklin Gilk Jeson Jacob c. Schmidt jr., Arvhie j. Hetherington Samuel in Hardy John in Brehon John a. Rafferty Robert b. Downing William ii. Sigafoos Arthur f. Zag Ralph b. Scheffey George a. Cloner a. Ray Smith Harry Holmen William Griffiths William in Dalton Robert j. Hems Bernard j. Murray j. Willard Avison Dudley Al loll and William swang Lei to be called a a american legion memorial hoa1e Asso Iai Ion a the character and object of which is to receive and hold property real and personal of and for Robert a. Bracken Post no. 382 of the american legion an unincorporated educational society and executing trusts therefor. Gilkeson amp j Aai is 48-49. Solicitors. House for rent real count y Home 7 rooms All conveniences close to train and City trolley stands alone amid ample lot fire place screened porch excellent water. $50 per month. Occupancy june 1st. Colonial Avenue near Bristol Pike Andalusia. George f. Kearney. 45-48. A to painting Auto tops body and fender repairs commercial lettering. Auto paint shop Dor Rance St., Bristol a. 4 5-4 8. For Sale 4-room Bungalow with garage 50-foot front lot located Central part of Croydon two Block from theatre and stores. Will at sacrifice. Apply to Dias. Bac list a fourth Avenue below Miller str let Croydon. 48 for Sale five Roo Al ii i n g Alo Vav Vergennes neat station lines Price $2700. Apply Sloan Princess Avenue a. All Conand bust Albert Croydon 48. 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 Roach. Lots reasonable. Terms to suit. R. Go sync state Road and Stella Avenue Croydon a. 45-tf. $62,800.00 will be paid next month to stockholders of the merchants amp mechanics building association whose Stock has matured. $21,038 is the profit they receive on their investment. A new series is being issued. Subscribe now to collect your profits. Hugh b. Flast Burn Secretary. 46-48._ Guinea pigs. Etc. I buy Guinea pigs rabbits White mice rats and pigeons. C. D. Haedrick 4 832 Grissom Street Frankford a. Of. Legal advertisements for Sale late 1928 Ford Model a. Convertible Coupe Westinghouse air brakes perfect condition. Price reasonable. Graham Paige Agency Lincoln Avenue off Pond Street Bristol a p. 4 8 estate notice estate of mrs. Sarah Vaux Connelly 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 Hie same Are requested to t 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.for Sale 1026 % ton Dodge truck panel body Good condition Guaran Price reasonable. Graham Agency Lincoln Avenue off Street Bristol a. 4 8. Job printing. La i it the Independent office Bristol a. Base runs hits Appman Polk. Polk Blyth. Umpires Collins. Home Clark added Para Joi us Norman tautog has been to to directorial staff of la mount new York studio. H roup of Veteran feature directors which includes Victor Hee Rinan Edward Sutherland food Newmeyer lid Harry d Arrast. Bristol. Trenton. Two base hits d. Stallone runs mass Ilia Cole. Stolen Gaffney Tranotti 2, Pico Thompson. Strike outs 5 by Rotunno i by by Martini 2. Police is. Leedom s game postponed i Louie bases Cole by Tranotti Gagliardi 2 High Estes pills i re Amir Wiur a it a Kin Diamond co Brand a due to the extremely cold weather on tuesday evening the return baseball game that was to have been Ladika f Tuk your let rur let for cite cities ter s Diamond Brand pills in i d Aud Gold metallic boxes sealed with Bike it ribbon. Take no other. or your i it Rukert mid ask foe chi.cue8.tettdiamond to it a in in 11 los for Twenty five years regards As Best safest always reliable sold by All druggists everywhere time tried Worth tested they j i deserve it i a declare a Day off for dear t wife and Mother. All week a they have toiled with household duties and they surely deserve me Day of rest. Instead of their usual All Day in the Kitchen preparing the sunday meal plan to have dinner with us. We serve Chicken dinners livery sunday steaks and boast dinners ladies and families Are now served in our Beautiful Laige Lee Cream parlor. Suflas restaurant James Suflas. Pron. J Mill St. Amp Highway i Bristol. 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 a a helpful Loans up to $300 Quick service a strictly private phone Bristol 532 a Call. Write or Telephone our or. Silber. Manager Pennsylvania finance company Cor of Bucks county Jefferson ave. Amp Cedar its. Bristol a. Perside theatre i last times today i special Holiday matinee at 2,30 Alice White and Chester Morris in Putin around Jsn Vamp a sparkling comedy drama full of fun and intriguing situations. All talking comedy a let me explain crazy Kat comedy a oceanic Quot metro sound news a wow 12 i to Bristol a. A. Lost to the Kayo la c. C. On sunday afternoon by tin sock of 8 to 5. The game was played on Sullivan a Field before a email crowd. Bristol so far this season have not won a game having Many bad Breaks. Kayo la started off in the first inning and scored four runs from Custer. He was replaced by Brooks in the third and the same number of runs were made off of him. The features of Hie game was the heavy hitting of both nines for Juno. 7 8 24 a. O. Ii. 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 Croydon. 0 0 0 0 0 0 i i stolen bases Tritschler g. Dougherty Mangan two base hits Tryon Check Holden Thompson. Three base hits g. Dougherty. Passed balls Reese j. Brady j. Dougherty 2, Holden. Double plays Tryon to Piazza Thompson to Mangan. Struck out by Lawler la Tryon 12 Mangan i. Base on balls off Lawler 2 Tryon 0 Mangan 0. Wild pitches Lawler Mangan. Hit by i Teller g. Dougherty 2. Umpires Elmer and Bowman. Scorer announcing the opening of Bristol a first super station Richfield gasoline Rich lube oils May 30, 1930 the first Complete station for the convenience of tile motor Cai owner under one roof. All modern equipment. Every need cared for. A no storms no bad weather interferes with your car servicing. All j under roof. Americans finest gasoline \ a Rich Fields to introduce this High Grade Gas and our service we will give a quart of Rich lube Oil with each 5 Gallons gasoline purchased \ at regular Gas Price. \ this offer extends from May 30 to june 7 inc. Wright service garage \ Rath and Otter streets Bristol a. A saturday matinee Ani night comedy sensation from screen s most romantic love team Loretta Young and Doug Fairbanks or. I Loose Ankles or a million Dollar comedy Romance with a laugh and a Roar for every cent. A merry matrimonial mix up that a Worth its weight in laughs extra added attraction first sound film of the famous Pendleton round up the i Ratesi of All rodeos. Song dialog music. A our gang comedy a Bear shooters Quot Quot another episode of a face of Scotland Yard monday tuesday wednesday june 2-3-4 a Triumph of color music and comedy no to Nanette a a a a with Alexander Gray and Bernice Claire and a a huge cast of dancers singers and specialists. A a a show that made an unforgettable hit throughout tile country i i Novelty act. A on easy Street a with John Hussey j Paramount sound news Ltd

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