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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 6, 1925, Bristol, Pennsylvania Buy the Independent at any news dealer in Bristol every Friday vol. 6. A no. 19. Bristol a. Friday november 6, 1925.fiy\ cents the copy red Cross drive to Start next week in Bristol Kraft elected by 412 majority Over Grover c. Yeagle for tax collector fourth Ward elect Patrick Barrett and Joseph p. Duffy november Lith armistice Day the Rod Cross drive will be gift and extend until thanksgiving Day. The j workers Here that will go to Doyles j town tomorrow to attend a red Cross meeting Are the captains of 1 the wards which include mrs. Walter Dee Dom first Ward miss Frances Landreth second Ward miss Katharine Keating third Ward miss Mary Wilkinson and miss Hilda Pope fourth Ward mrs. Win. C Stickman fifth Ward mrs. Edward Renk sixth Ward mrs. S. I Landreth Pine Grove mrs. George Wink entitle mrs. Laura Wright Tullytown mrs. T. G. Bake Edgely miss Meta r. Grundy Bristol township. The local officers of the Branch will also go. Or. Payson Smith commissioner of education of Massachusetts to speak the last chapter of a bitterly con tested struggle Between the gang an of the free thinking voters of the Borough was written in a Pale Blue Ink last tuesday when a very quiet election rang Down the curtain of one of the greatest acts witnessed in the political theatre Here. As expected Grundy and his Welt trained organization were whirled into Power through the election of virtually Tho entire slate. Clifford l. Anderson Bristol s Burgess and Pride of the organization machine was easily elected Over the feeble opposition presented by the democrats in the form of Damon Jobson also the organization councilmen were Able to clearly outpace the number or votes cast by democratic voters for its candidates. The one Battle of the Day Between Frederick i. Kraft and Grover c. Yeagle democratic candidate Foi the positions held by the incumbent tax collector and Justice of the peace proved to he a bitterly con tested affair. Strong opposition presented by the third and foul the wards enabled the democratic Lear prs to More than hold in his own however As in the past primaries the vote cast in the fifth and sixth wards enabled the Squire to Limp Home with a Victory. He manager Pilro nose Yeagle out with a scant four Hundred votes. Richard Winslo Independent candidate for Council was easily swept into office with an Avalanche of votes. Thus it was with some few crumbs of satisfaction that the Independent faction View s its Long Battle. There was Little or no political excitement. Ward leaders of the organization were on hand blight and Early to get out the vote and of course succeeded in obtaining a eel lain proportion for Boss Grundy. The Independent faction Leaden were inclined to look at the general elections As so much spilled milk therefore they were not going to cry about it. Bristol presented a quiet scene for an election Day. In contrast to the Praia Tea there were no agitated groups discussing the situation at Tho different gathering places. Decoration to be lavish for armistice Bali annual event of Robert Bracken Post will out Shine ail others 50 marriage licenses granted last month will drop evening course after this year for Lack of support probably the greatest session of the Bucks county teachers Institute j will be held when five Hundred and fifty members will assemble in titty Mem Dors win a a Bristol Kus 13 and Morrisville to Doylestown to attend the initial ses a to of 70 a Mono Smit on november 9. The Institute j applicants Veteran of <0 among con nue Tol. Flv0 Day. Applicants on cupids special i with the announcement of an exp a Tensive programme that will present to the attending teachers one of ii la i v7 a be we Vav the finest collection of lectures even were granted marriage licenses Dur delivered before the Institute Cann ing october by the clerk of orphan j statement from county superin court of Bucks county. Out of the number More than fifty per cent a i the applicants were not residents of Bucks county indicating that for some reason the county seat is a popular place to secure a marriage License. Another High Light for the month shown on the marriage License Doc Ket is the fact that forty two of the fifty six women told the clerk they had occupations other than housework. Questioned about the occupations it has been Learned that a great number of the female applicants state they will carry on t Heil business positions after marriage ten Dew of schools j. La. Hoffman that the evening course of lectures May by discontinued after this year. J unless More support is forthcoming j the Leader of the county schools made it Clear thai move patronage is necessary at the evening entertain a Manta to insure this feature in years y to come. A a the eve Ning course will be dropped after this year a or. Hoffman said a unless the people show by their support that they wish it continued and will make it possible Foi us to meet expenses. A that Means we will be obliged to have sufficient support this year to the general election the result of the general i Lection according to unofficial return Are what everyone expected a a Republican Victory. It is Seldom otherwise in Pennsylvania politics. In this state general elections Are More or less perfunctory affaire and serve Only to substantiate the results of the primary elections. The latter Are the real elections in this state where one twirly is so predominant and it is a Good Omen for Penney Waffle politics that the citizens Are Awakening to this fact. Such is the Case in Bristol we Civ the general election stirred up Little interest whereas the primary election created an intense interest. So get All set. Voters for the Prim airy election in the Spring. Do not be deceived by any a a vindication propaganda which will no doubt flow from the Grundy organizations mouthpiece. All True republicans will give this pseudo Repi Thelca n organization its knockout blow Iii the Spring primary. In looking Over Tim results of the general election a notice that Clifford Anderson candidate for Burgess on the Republican ticket ran ahead of his party vote while Grover Yeagle candidate for tax collector on the democratic ticket ran ahead of his party vote. Dick Winslow in the fifth tan far ahead of his party Vole. The disappointing feature of the election was the Light vote cast on the school Bond question. A total of 3023 votes a re Fred using the vote cast for Burgess a a bad. Of this Ltd 3023 wites Only 1917 votes were cast on Lim Bond question. This Means that 1179 voters failed to Register their desires in any Way. This Man i feats a deplorable Jack of interest in the welfare of our schools. Of the 1947 votes marked on the Bond question. 1010 voters registered their Choice in favor of floating these Bonds and 937 registered their objection making a majority of 73 in favor of the new addition. While this does give the school Board the Power to go ahead a they planned we Are quite sure they would have been better satisfied had the 1179 voters who failed to vote either Way voted in some Way. Be that As ii May it is Well that the matter was approved because it is better business to put up the larg r building and in the Long run will prove More economical. It will solve our school build lug needs for some time to come and that without any increase in taxation. Pleasing masque party i it held at 927 Spring Streu Bijj a pleasing party was held at the Home of mrs. Ciallella 920 Spring Street. The affair was arranged by miss Delia Waie a of 215 Market St Root. The guests w e re mask d and i the Home was decorated in hallowed in colors and designs. The guest who were prominent in entertaining were William pee Jiva Blanche Zwic Ker. Mary Goat id and Anth it by Paz j Rizio of Trenton n. J. Nick Alft Mando favored the other guests with i a rung. Numerous game wend play a a a f Wilkeson issues Rule to to cd arid favors were won by Fri Miaow issues to Loisi off a Jack von Teilo and blam in i followed by companies at Evvi. A a a Buffe Upp i was in j these drills cd. Other git its were mrs. Moizio mrs. Thomas and mrs. Anti ony. I s floret be i any Mary Glano mrs. William Gap to Frances. Rosy and Lily la Nti by. Malcolm William Moffo. J o k Ventolo. Alex Cones John nod to Frank to arrest traffic violators Denny Pella. T. Giglio and William Ca big St Monica team j in a another test and inspection of Tho fire department it Iii to hold Iii tile Thim in d Semi Day next week. I i a chief a i Ikeson announced yester u y to an Independent reporter rinse tests have proved to in very j in be Fie to he a parti u nit Aud u i is i Inu Tuii m. To hold them Ai ieg-1 alar intervals. Them taps will in sent in to. Ice. I local ladders ail primed Fofe with St a in in v in tory Lei by stars Iii visitors team j preceding inc pulling of alarm he Iii t be tut ult test is in of i be Given than to n a nil other notice will companies. These to tre midshipman Quot big feature at Forrest 3l1 Bristol a snapping Blue and ooh water dogs. Fresh Lieut their Eon quest Over the Strung Wildwood a a. Eleven Are boing pinned Mita fourth Day of the season wit ii ii St. Monica a eleven from pit ii Atli a Phil on suit hand a Field sunday. St. Monica s Grid Cru were so he culled to play hero two weeks ago by inclement weather interfered. I n. They were hooked by the local Man manager Lynn Becks this Fictor despite i clemency of Heathc Iio 35 bo., in tile Borough so tire department a ii Ouid make no mistake ii the read the hum tape properly. 3 he following is a list of my Tiow in Force one blow of whistle attn ail men stand by their or Ash plants report at to chief or Audisia is two blows of whistle first i w o companies arriving at fire Leadin with chemical lines followed by masks. Rials i. T Ion it in Oji cd one Veteran of seventy years mar leave a balance in the Treasury lied once before secured his second i then too the patronage which is License to wed a partner forty Tom j Gryga will determine the Cha act i years old. In another Case a real vet of inv evening Elan forty years of age took lib j Tillig years programme reveals third marriage License to wed Many interesting lectures by Lect Tir partner forty three years old Wilt rrb of and National repute had been minded once before. Some of the feature lectures will Only three of the male applicant. I be delivered by or. Payson Smith were under Twenty one years of age commissioner of education of May while fourteen of the female Appl Ai Sells or. Deon c. Prince of Hati not yet reached the at Dic Honson allege or. S. T. By n of Twenty one. The popular age for mucker of the West Cheater Norma october applicants was Between school or. A. It. A Nommer of Twenty one and Twenty a ,. For then Juniata College. Do e. C. Haa. Were Twenty seven male applicant state superintendent of Public Ami Twenty Foar female applicants i. Striction a Cox a Bristol with thirteen applicant. J pin expo. Of the West Chester nor and Morris Ville with ten applicant Mal led the county. Quakertown Ani Sellersville each had four and Cam next in order. New7 Hope and Yard Ley did not have one applicant Din ing october. The docket shows that Only ii Lour cases were the female apply a cans older than the partners they Preston to in took. Twelve of the applicants a mrs. I. J. Lesion been married at least once before the Ages of the applicants group to. Is As follows male Kemah .3 14 9.7 24 direct from the Stanley theatre Philadelphia crowds witness annual event staged by business men there Are often More thrills Dur however weather penal to there will certainly to a bal k \ k i. A i or ii. Sunday. The \ i Nitoiu Willa a belated halloween Witch we.,. A it. N ing the filming of a photoplay than saturated with an Over abundance of. ,. Held Are actually seen Iii the finish. I moist atmosphere when the annual a a �?T7�?T/ 1,1 it Uusi a t n the roughly groomed gang of i product. Baby Parade and frolic of the Mill More than one Accident that was Street business menus association was not written into the scenario befell somewhat damped by an Intermix a. Rain last monday two men carrying smoke electric lights and axes. 3. Three blows of whistle a Genie at to perform on the Brian 11 chemical tanks to to put in action Loam last sunday but a Contin tin 1 a lines leading into building Gridiron engagement pm in i no members of companies in action to mixture of Hen Wilities a a1 t e gain a gue Chin the chemical Hose lines do was again pushed ahead. No catch on any obstruction while tin v Are being taken into buildings on fire. Grover Cleveland a widow to Splan Here at the Community House next tuesday afternoon the metro Goldwyn Mayer unit which filmed a file midshipman Ramon Novarro a latest starring \ e hide written by Carey Wilson which will be presented next monday and tuesday at the Forrest theatre. Interfering with the shooting cd the Rescue scenes of a the midshipman was a ramming of general t. Coleman Dupont a steam yacht the tech by the u Lan As the former dragged at Anchor off bloody Point about Twenty mile from Annapolis Down the Chesapeake Bay. General Dupont had placed i yacht at the disposal of the metro Goldwyn a yer and on re f boat when the Accident occurred were Ramon Novarro Harriet Hammond commander Jones of Annapolis. Director Christy Cahanna Cap. Tent drizzling night. Despite the Tea. Of the i clemency weather the result of the festivities i tin Wildwood were quite pleasing to the hosts in j out playing that Clever much As a poor turnout was expect every stage of the Gan cd Ning by the during the afternoon it was the baby Parade a Ltd a More valiant Smuch As a poor turnout was expect s Des Rover Coal never a red in any Public demo a. West Ioji a on i. St rat Ion than this particular bum rain meant nothing in their Yourn lives and it was with difficulty the. I Many of them were persuaded to to cent the Protection offered them in the Way of umbrellas by fond parents. Headed by the metropolitan band of Burlington the baby Parade g t under Way Al 3 p. I. From the corf ing place a. Radcliffe and Mark to locals it was l Reed to kick Era. It is expected that Supi in Rte is w 111 a e in p and i a Trai a on its invasion into Bucks county. Last stint a the in sea a. Wonderful Ball at certain stages to the game easily held their own wit 1. De i completely n throughout in and Viri be in of 9-0. To the trusty toe of Carey flashy Back. And the Allar mud t o i playing of the local Baclit the Blue and go owe i s straight Victory. Wildwood with a re Ani line in a powerful looking Bucko Eli int liable to a to any d a Liuto Tii Roug i the Bristol forwards Ami Conse Cueni by never threatened to it a. Onion a kick the Philadelphia managed to get the bal into Brist territory but after Cen Ding tin plays into the powerful line lit ii Rector v or Isis a Aurum a a Quot Bible Borough of Tho tech and Oliver streets. The women committee of pigskin Back to Tho locale. I ii a a cear i i finn to h Olomi a p t la i an a irk via arg la i Tif 5 la i Iii under 21 years 21 to 25 years 25 to 30 years 30 to 40 years 4 0 to 50 year. Over 60 years .10. .8. .7. .1 glowing with myriads of lights and profuse distribution of Beautiful trimmings it. Mar Hall will present a gala appearance for the seventh annual armistice Ball of the Robert w. Bracken Post 382 american legion to be held there next wednesday night. The decorations Are under the supervision of a professional decorator from Trenton and xviii transform the Large auditorium into a Pala of Beauty. The music promises to be the real treat of the evening. After a process of elimination that took in Many of the Well known orchestras of the East the committee finally decided on the Georgia Ramblers. This combination of sync Opal ors have been induced to come to Bristol at a great expense. They have been pronounced by critics As on of the Best orchestras in the country and Are counted upon to give a real musical treat. The dancing has been scheduled to Start at 8.30 and continue until about 1.00 a. M., giving sufficient time for everyone to dance in Case the floor is crowded. According to reports of the committee this affair promises to eclipse any Ever Given in Bristol. There has been an unusual demand for tickets which forecasts a record breaking attendance. Every precaution has been taken by the committee to insure perfect service both on and off the floor. Many Bristol physicians attend Doylestown meeting the Ages of the couples a Tuc it appeared for licenses were As Fri lows 24 a 21, 19 16. 31�?29, 40 2$t 29�?23, 31�?36. 22 15, 2 5 -2 5. 28 20, Quot 4 7 28, 55�? 23, 21�?18, 30 24, 46�?32, 22�?18, 21 18, 27�? 2 5, 24�?21. 18 18, 23�?20, 70�?44, 22 22. 22 17, 25 -22. 22 2 i 4 0 40, 24 �?-2 2, 21 Llu >25 24�?21. 40�?43, 22 i. A it j Quot a a a of 20, 41 -28. 22-21. 21�?th 2z�?21. 25�?25 28 a 21, 28�?2a 38�?35 24�?23 40�?32, 23�?21. Marsh cameraman. None was in the association had charge of the lured but work had in be suspend act nut is and conducted the Zentne of because Many had been unnerved affair with. Effic ency and capability. A Tho a awk 1 the mute of the Parade was along by a a. Rad Fie Street to Mill As car As the -21. 22 43, 25--28, 23 -19, 21 -16, 22 -18, 20--21, 22-22, 31a rare treat is in store for those i who attend the annual meeting of 4 the a Bristol Branch of the Needle 4 work Guild of Ames Ica to be held commander Mark Hersey of the in the Community House Oil Lites destroyer Coghlan was instructed Day of 2.ot o Cluck. J Home past i lie tech at full Spee it mrs. T. J. Preston who la ab8�.t i j and As Eloe it Lyas possible to Mak lated with the National work will More dramatic. As the be present to talk to those who attend and miss Marina Gibbons who just returned last week i l Orn Labia Dor where she has spent the summer and is prepared to Tell about the wants of the people on Tim roast. Mrs Preston is known to the world in general As Miu Grover Cleveland. Wife of the late president of the United states. M\s3 Gibbons is the cough Ian a prow neared the tech a sea going tug used by the picture company an i anchored along the Quot other Side of the tech. Miscarried orders and threw the Yarhn into the course of the destroyer. The prow of the destroyer Coll cd with the superstructure of tin yacht just Back of the Bridge and much of general Dupont a precious Forrest theatre end then Hack to the starting Point. A group cd judges were stationed at the reviewing stand at Mill and to. I streets and selected Hie prize win Cert a a boots came in the first Ai last quarters of the Holly contest d game. Early in the initial period a it a Superior offensive Dri failed twice from reaching its of ice Tive Carty the Nail pinning through the uprights Lur a i can i goal. Then in the last Quarter when tit local bark in a it a a Iii a club a. I i la Lull i muh. Laughter of the late president of the Maho Eaby and other costly furnish i a j Isoac i ii. I t a a Small game plentiful Many Hunters get limit Many farms posted with no Gull Ning signs�?6800 licenses issued this year Ardmore Branch and is a most enthusiastic speaker. If you have no yet sent into your director your two garments Pelage do so before the annual meeting. Anyone not a1 i ready a member May bring two Gat ments to the meeting and give to i any one of the directors. All Ai invited to attend the meeting whether members or not. Ings of the million Dollar pleasure Craft were splintered into Khinlin appearance Wood. A the Man without a the Story on which William Fox has based his wonder picture a was no Man has loved and will be shown at the Forrest theatre next wednesday and thursday has Benn praised by every president from Lincoln to Liers As the Infanta stepped along or j through tit big forwards it wild were trundled past the gaily dec Jod and placed tin Hail near rated carriages. J vi.eii1 to goal line. Arty apm a among the judges were miss i Kyj Well educated Lex a of twice a or St Molineaux a miss Philadelphia f Oval thereby scoring six Moi the 1922 Atlantic City Beauty a for his amuses. Of anti and miss Louis Mullen of the j a pleasant part t it v Quaker City. Thew Young worn to i the performance it flu by a former were obtained at the last minute Atar quart o j it a when two of the judges selected by and Barber x Ibon. Bar. The committee failed to put in an Lull Down the b Atli or Dill by in Tho absence of Joe j i Limos who w the hit of the Parade was Liui a Rueting on la Sld Iii. Wei. Dorothy Louise Stroebele daughter this Dou. Hon of or. And a mrs. William by Roe be i Burr Bat i in i this youngster proved Tho by Nosir Artimi when a we to of All Oyes As the Dainty hit of ii a Carty late in Tho s in a. And fan tile loveliness perched in a Beau j our my a a Era cd i i c Trifill Conception of a dream daddy a lightning with tin Hall. Ii n >1 f. Four blows of whistle three a gallon hand taken in net j it it building on fire by first two Emu a ponies arriving on lire ground Imd j mediately followed by in Mac will. Us it axe and electric Light. 5.�? one Long and two Short blows of w his 11 All Coj Purij a carrying 2 Inch Hose attach same to near e i plug imaged lately and stretch same to fire. 6.�?one Long and three Short blows of whistle turn on water 7.�?one Long and four Short blast j. Shut off w Ater at plugs. 8.�?two Long and one Short blast d a members of truck company prepare la f to bring necessary ladders ordered Rand raise the to building. 9. Number Ona pumper will it Tach to nearest Ping immediately upon arrival at Fife on 2 a Inch Lim. In to ii Cann. To building on fire Aud at one attach i is i1 in my in i Hue unless otherwise ordered. I of to do so. This company shall a guided w i a the first Lino they Lay by the Seine blows of the is it int to a3 will by Given to the comps Oliou Ca ring chemical Host and ii this Cia pry arrives first or second at the fire hey Iii it to precisely Tho Sain thing Ana be governed by Tho same blows of the Bistie a Tho company carrying chemicals arrives wha the or at the time. To ii. Blog. Of what i jaw tech pumper to plug and immediate by put deluge set in action piecing pm. A a a e order to do so. La. Six Blo a of w Matte fire a such Sut of r i to ii a record kill of rabbits and Pheas ants is believed to have been mad since the opening of the gunning o 30 p. M Morrisville Church notes Fin is i a it churn Wood St fort above Pennsylvania Avenue. Mon. Ville a. Rev. Or. 1&Quot 0sl a fait non pastor. Sen res n 1 Sun Lay november 8th. Sunday school. Sunday evening 7.45, All Baptist season this week. Many Hunters got a Pocsai rally service. All baptists the limit before noon monday and i Are requested to attend this -1v1 has become a common sight to be. Anc show their colors. I Ray. Hunters return from their far of eting every wednesday a Hunting grounds loaded Down at 8 o clock. Coming events in Tot local Orite with game in some sections there were no i thanksgiving Day Are vice will be held on thursday morning. No the Bucks county medical society held its quarterly meeting on wednesday in Doylestown. The doctors in attendance from Bristol were h. D. Webb win. C. Lecompte Frank Lehman James Collins j. Fred Wagner and Charles Abbott. Dinner was served in the Fountain House. Many Hunters owing to the posting 26th�?z 11 of clock in Tim against gunning. It is said some special music and s h places Are literally dotted with a no j is put i. C. H. Wool St on a a in gunning signs. Thousands of the Lor of the East Baptist a signs have been sold by print3rs. Kensington. Philadelphia on the office of the county treasurer nes a evening. December no reports a total of nearly 6800 ii deliver an illustrated object census issued this year a new rec a might in wonderland. Utah Ord for Bucks county. I the auspices of the boar of j 1 or. Wool is on i3 or. And mrs. Charles c. Bye. Mrs. Known pulpit or atom Annne Walter Gibbs and or. John Hare of dents by All mean Don la Lett Wilmington w7ere the week end treat. Come and heal n a a a guests of or. And mrs. Harry Bye of body Welcome to our one Nour l?,2 Radcliffe Street. Vices. We will do you Goorji by _ i Tim class now forming rot Bunatay miss Rachael Bald in of Cynwyd j morning j 6h.__ was the Over night guest on Latuf Day of or. And mrs. Thomas Scott subscribe to the me Tim o. Pub. Of Radcliffe Street. Service. The Independent. Express Many other entrees evoked the a Harding. Lincoln regarded it As so plans of Hie Speciale is who a i compelling an Appeal for patriotism j Bravi d the storm and partisan h p that he caused three quarters of a ran High for Cert a Iii individuals million copies to be distributed tired in the various contests. A we among the soldiers Aud sailors Hgt were fighting in the terrible Days of �?T64. It was transferred to the motion picture screen at a tremendous coat of time Aud Money under the direction of Rowland v. Lee. No More by he a Pun is with the agility of it Grange or a Tao my Ana smashed off tackle and around the ends with an amazing amount of a tevet twi ii and turning. It a Flo rally took More than one Wildwood player it bring him to Earth and even then b was Able to fall in the right Dir Hon for a few Mon Fecit and signal by Jar in system. Or. Fuet a a Haiti to try All Chi panics responding to an alarm o exercise Tho utmost Cap in Ope rat ing their a Para us. Excessive Speed is prohibit a Speed limit of 23 Miles an hour wih be inf a red in the Borough streets ii they Are a ingested. Under no Cir instances s will one Cut a pc by pas., another it while proceeding to a fire. Do Tho of Al Highway a Driver can his r own judgment. All Bells and sirens a must 1> silenced while passing Iii Forrest Colon i ii and Kirifi do i theatres be Ween the Hod. And eleven o clock p. Zeals of Bristol having it spec if Lilly asked to pull u on the right Side of Tho the fire department it is hoped that the pc is of seven. The it Iti Ith to i i to p to to Stop Road when up Roaches spit of the Borong a will co operate hairy Ingram too show in Ding festival in which Louise Mizzen i. 326 Lincoln Avenue an a of Toni Marucco took the parts of Midg d Bride and Gro pm resp a Lively. To. 1 pen. 312 Dor Ranee Street earned a prow Ness wit ii his Beautiful Macklin goodly portion of applause with a Anri his mining the bail. More thu gorgeous costume and a Large once the Lansdowne Flash Ere cd tremendous scenes than the storm of Flowers. The line of scrimmage to Nail s t off the Carolina capes and the Nora Ca Ruedt 317 Lincoln Avenue All n Back in his tracks. Also i mighty Battle at sea Between an a que popular with the throngs accounted to Xiv a Gate of our Navy and a pirate ship us of a. Judges a a human a it or sen than Oil first Down v ii on. Have Ever been recorded by a cant j p it f a Kewpie 11 . I Cav offensive. Only repress stat Ion was cd a d in Bill a Leaf How midget i the forms of Phyliss Wick per and her general occupied a Nice warm seat brother Jack of 309 Dor Ranee Street. On the Bench during the game. Be who attempted to portray to the is nursing two wrenched ligament crowds How two Angels would a in his knee and can of in walk i ii Era. Mrs. Bradley Ardrey to entertain at luncheon mrs. Bra Drey Maraire of 256 Harrison Street will entertain at luncheon and cards tomorrow. Mrs. Ernest Lawrence. Jr., will be the guest of Honor. The invited list includes the Tho companies in i his respect in he for cers of the fire department As Well us the police would Regil t to Mako Legal aet Ion against any Violat it a but the Law will be strictly altered. Unclaimed letters at Post Ooi Ceth unclaimed letters held a a the Bristol Post office Are or Kahn rat Naomi Kuchs. Cd Sard Henry mrs. J. Anthony la o. Richardson g. J. Ret 9. Elizabeth Mccoy. Elmer Hines j Trephina Boucher a it in Winter. Earn a Hanson. Frank Hamilton. Casper i oilman has. Laughs tin. Paul biotin Vincent Phelps Pear. Others who won Merit were Eun a he in ill a in con ii Hon for the game fee Mcillvaine Dorothy ferry. Louis with St. Monica a j Rotuno Gladys Hughes. Mildred and on the line Jess Matlack husky. Miriam Bye Dorothy Raker Mary snap Erback Liuio Logan anaemic of Honor. The invited i is i new j Margaret Mccurry Betty Harkins guar and Chicken Harper pit d mrs. H. I. Webb. Mrs. Paike Boitz. Stanley Boltz Albert Stellar rotations for the locals. Wetherill. Mrs. T. Megargee. Mrs. L. Whitfi. Heist. Who has okayed for the Limp. However it is hoped that George tors Ion Benjamin Whitt Longhurst. Mrs. N. B. Bertolette. I or tic or bras 4 Helen Mckenzie men -d1 it a or it. Dot Penton and miss Sleavin incl Zulu a Brothers both ends Ware Weidman. Laura White. Ralph heist who has played for the a touch of amusement was Lent \ locals in Mist contests held Down Cingcon Jas. Russell Alice Bradley Hazel Bradley. Dora by Bradley Daniel Mcbeth Frantz Larson Edward Deal. Edna Hoffman. Elizabeth Rea Rich Frank Montague Dominic India Kun Iola Frank Kline mrs. Mar tha Slaughter mrs. Katherine Young James Bradley. Mary Roach May y. Bis Mot James Reilly. Mild Eunice Wiliams mrs. John Mendel and miss Georgine Michael. D. Fenton and ml3 Sleavin in Zell r Brothers. I continued on Page two continued on Page two i Reynolds mrs. C. Weidman Laurel pea Oscar Smith. I

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