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Bristol Bucks County Independent Newspaper Archives Nov 14 1930, Page 1

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 14, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania %.1 it it the Home newspaper of lower bowl co Oaty clean constructive progressive entered As second class matter at Postof lice at Bristol a. Lith year no. 20.Bristol. A. Friday. November 14. 1930. Five cents a copy. A Pattie a High school show full of action a round about town they will do it. A Friend remarked the other Many pm they Ida Phipps and Thomas Barrett have leading1 roles in play said to Snappy will be be Given nov. 24 and i afternoon that although workingmen in Bristol Are played a few Days a week a nevertheless have not curtailed their consumption of Bootleg booze. A Fellows who cannot afford it take most of their pay to the bootleggers a this Friend said. A they Are men whose families need every Penny they earn but Illey prefer to drink rather than to Supply their families with food Ana the appetite for alcohol has not been destroyed by the enactment of the volstead act and various considerations some of them to Al tical prevent the strictest on a Force me it of the Snyder act. It is Bristol easy to get a drink in Bristol a no one denies that. There May be some interest in the fact however that some of the bootleggers Are complaining about business. All of Mer customers Are not use of which or. Seidler the music teacher will he glad u teach. There Are interesting Little items about the children Ana even a joke Good enough to reprint Here a miss Lear a what is dirt a a Joseph so mud with lie water squeezed a nov. Has the is average gallon. On monday and tuesday 24th and 25th, the annual High school show will be presented. This year it has the Snappy title of the town has been waiting for this event for some weeks and now that director or. Knowles of Rogers producing company arrived the development of play will Progress rapidly. A talented and attractive cast Lias been chosen. Miss Ida Phipps and or. Thomas Barrett have bet n picked for the two leading parts. Both of them will be remembered for their Clever Pei for finances in last years show. Miss Phipps is to portray the pan of Patricia a Lively attractive Young lady fresh from College who during the greater part of the play poses As an 11 year old orphan. Or. Barrett is to be a a bobs Randall who has the part of a quiet refined Young Man Between 2 5 and 30 years of age. The second leads were Given to miss Doris Johns and or. Nelson Green. Miss Johns depicts a Josie Randall a who is patties chum. Or. Green takes the part of Fred Saunders a Dapper Young Friend of Bob Randall. Know other girl leads were taken by after Anna Brown As Winnie Richlia son sue Young As Sarah Smith ers and Alice Arensmeyer As Maranda Matthews. The last two Are comedy characters and will be sure to give everyone a laugh. The remainder of the Bey leads Are held by or. Arthur Reyno ctr who in the play is a a Spike Maloney or. Rens Swan As Caleb Harper or. William Lyndull As lord Beasley or. Joseph Britton ,. Asly Man Ross and or. Marvin i Worth thinking about their pm-1 attention Vidor by the dental clinic. It is Gratifying to those who Are interested in the welfare the children of Bristol trial the rotary club has decided to go ahead with the re establishment of tie dental clinic this year regardless of the refusal of the Bristol school Board to agree to carry on the work in future years. The rotary club Lias placed the matter in the hands of its Community service committee with Power and within what doubtless will be a Short time the clinic will lie re established and to children will he getting dental that ought to be pro Middle Span of Burlington Bristol Bridge is reaching out Over River new method of construction used their or customers a a a Able to a it the Public through i school Board. Chr 1 do. A when the bootleggers kick about business you can bet that he has the eight spirit. Things Are another acquaint i Watson Moon this year had to Tance remarked. Forego the pleasure he has had raw alcohol obtained illicitly since boyhood of going into the o bought locally by paddlers Toi a Fields in search of game. Or. 3 a gallon who sell it for $4 to Moon who is proprietor of the $5 a gallon to their customers,1general store in Fallsington is who after cutting and co losing known to nearly everybody in Ream Flavouring it sell it at a-111 about As a trap shooter and ail said to be around 11 around Good sport. He is 85 is Loo it nor years old but does no to i act it. As to Hunters. The Day the Hunting season recently a local Man came opened lie put on his Hunting across a a a Hunter who had shot togs got his Shotgun and went two of the fairly common Green out. In was All Light until lie herons an inedible Bird w Hose can to a Field that had been habits have Given it an tin pleas slowed and then lie found the Law grounds it it rough that his legs tired so lie came Home. He will it a the limit his shooting to the traps hereafter. Lie re Jake Schmidt Charlie Veit and ourself went to Fallsington last Hunters saturday night to fill up on Sauer ant popular name it is not Ful to kill these Birds. A what have you there Hunter was asked. �?o1 got two Fine Duel plied. That a about All Man Dies suddenly idi1 funeral of Ilaryi ii. Head Ley lifelong resident of biistol1 and Active in the business affairs of the Borough Lor Many years will he held tomorrow afternoon at 2 of clock from his late Home Wood and Washington streets. Bristol Lodge of elks will conduct the elks ritual service at the Home at 8 of clock tonight. Or. Headley had been ill but a Lav Days when death came suddenly tuesday evening. Vice president of the Bristol Trust company of which he was de by cables As it stretches toward opposite Tower counterweights cast and in posit Ion an interesting and delicate engineering feat is being performed by the Mcclin Jjck Marshall company who Are erecting the new Burlington Bristol Bridge it is the construction of the Middle Span 540 feet Long by sus one of the organizers proprietor pending it from cables stretched for 35 years of the drug store at Over the towers on either Side m Washington Wood and Washington streets and member of the Borough Council or. Headley was an Active participant in the business life of the Community born in Bristol in 1834, in the local so hols and was graduated from the philae up Iii College of pharmacy in 18 84. Some years ago or. Headley was keenly interested in horse racing and owned some horses of More than local Fame. Jigs cd Iii interests however were Bis Home and i business and he was rarely away from the Borough. 1i� was a member of the Fon Stem bnsto1 Lodge of elks and tin Bristol rotary club. The approaches a it a in position. This is a new method of construction largely experimental and is being observed by engineers wit u he was much interest. Educated. Heavy steel a a ears were riveted to the spans already finished and from them cables pass Over the big wheels at the top of the Tower on the Bristol Side to the Staci reaching out across tie River. As a new length is put in posit lot More cables Are added. Piles have been driven into the b d of the River about Midway Between the towers and when the steel reaches that Point it win rest on a trap diary support. Then the steel will be built out Iron the two ends work on Green Lane underpass is begun Middle sup the Burlington Side connected and the Poi t removed. The work is going ahead at a satisfactory rate but. It will be late Winter before the some about the game or tin Law. They Kraut and suchlike continued on at Page the Suppe four right to the Point. Journeying about it ii of our Bright Young tame across a placard made that carries ing to gunners like Rock Salt Mem r. In a a a animal crackers with de Ding ton ,.j Marx Brothers at grand men Home its own warn it reads a Ali you in Here but Rebetter shot than Collins comedy also be there group work. The As Henry Randall. The the fact t 1ht Well known lot Quot saturday leads among the boys will air teams in the Large cities Are to very inviting. I planning to play games for the is also a very attractive Benefit of the welfare of girls who will do chorus their communities choruses Are parasol suggestion tin girls Hoosier maids girls flapper ettes and group. Fusee Plant being rebuilt new steel storage houses funds in prompted that other Day that. Sun tan such a game might Well be played a kiddie in Bristol. While there is no i great distress Here there air a Many people who need help. A i game played for Charity would pull a big crowd. The Man Brothers in a a urinal Ici Ackers a will get the attraction monday and tuesday at the grand theatre. A comedy a How my baby a and Fox movie tone news also will be shown. I four acts t Vaud cd Ille and Charles Rogers in the comedy film a Heads in a will be matured _ afternoon and evening at the grand thu vaudeville will include Mary Noll in a an old Spanish custom a Keifer and Ai a berts in a Golf a la Mode a Billy Vuen k co., in a musical act and fuels is All the huge in place Concrete and steel Woi k on the underpass Eliav will Cali a Green Lane under tin Pennsylvania Railroad Lias been ic0unterweights that will lift the begun. 1 he sewer that will it 1�?~lin Sikl l have been cast at the top of Ilu underpass is being Lai it Lowers. From them cables will through the properly of the Keystone aircraft corporation some preliminary work is done at the Railroad. It expected that to Woik Wujs it a faction the whole Span could a moved by a Man of average that the work will be an my under Way until after Christmas. Pass Over the wheels and be at Andrj. J Taclan d to the lift Span the weight he in is so carefully balanced that War it 1s n0 1 it not for the resistance cause. Exchange and rotary clues have joint meeting the Bristol rotary and Exchange clubs held a joint meeting inst night at the elks Home at which the Exchange club members were hosts in i ranging an entertainment program. Pan of strength the Contra Dors who Are building the Roadway from the Highway to the Bridge have finished the foundation work through the Rohm Haas Alfalfa Field and Are now tilling in the swamp along the route of the Road. Soil is being hauled from a tract on state Road. A new school publication. Work on the reconstruction of the Plant of Samuel Jackson a sons inc., on state Road is progressing rapidly and within r. Few weeks it is expected that tin company will resume manufacture of fuses which was interrupted by the fire a few ago. The Concrete and Brick ing is being rebuilt and in Tion three steel structures in biker Trio dancers and Novelty sing is. An Aesop fable film also is billed. Tonight tha final showing of a once a gentleman will be . The comedy will he a cat Nival revue a and metro tone news will be Given. Let us present to our readers a next wednesday Kay Johnson new publication a the Flash a will be seen in a Madam satan a prepared by the pupils and each a Modem spectacle. Papain out ers in the Wood Street school. It sound news also is booked. Next is a single mimeographed Sheet thursday and Friday a rattles but it is full of newsy notes. The with Ronald Coloian in the title editors announce the purpose or Hole will be the feature. A the Flash to be the better i understanding by the Pupil of what is going on in the school Viec Siai through them a letter understanding by the parents. In the Bulla a items the pupils of the seventh add i-1 Grako Are urged to learn to play have. Musical instrument and the fun at fathers meeting been a rented on storage purposes. The grounds Foi suggestion is made pensive instrument than an i is a flute 1<x the several boxing exhibitions in ened up the meeting of the fathers association held last night in the High school tin association orchestra also made its first appearance the dads had a most enjoyable session. Sports Calendar of week end games i Scarcity of game and fish is noted by local sportsmen a football Friday Bristol High is Springfield High at Springfield sunday Bristol a. A. Tacony a. A. At Eddington a soccer sunday Faw Ley f. C. A Choc sink at Croydon local Hunters say that there Scarcity of game time. Hunters Ven though they and Fisherr in is an unusual and fish at Lii complain that have Good dogs they find few rabbits and Birds. Pheasants have a1 but disappeared although they were plentiful at the opening of the season. A i Lew Woodcock have been reported taken but they Are almost rare. The sportsmen nay that doubtless the additional number of Hunters that was out in the Early part of the season has had something to do with the depletion of the Supply of game. J even Pickerel and Pike Are hard to catch. There is a plentiful Supply of live bait and w Hen this is True the fishermen find it hard to get a strike. Buy now prices Are at pre War Levels Dollar spent now Means better times for All

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