Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
14 Nov 1930

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14 Nov 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 14, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Page two Bucks county Independent Bristol. Pa., Friday. November 14, 1930. Social and personal happenings by miss Esther Lawrence a min a Henrietta Davis of Swarthmore spent the week end As the sues of miss Alary King. A or. And mrs. George Ani Ley were guests for the week end o relatives in red Bank n. A or. And mrs. Howard Davin and daughter miss Joan of Tren ton n. J., were sunday guests o air. And mrs. Joseph David o 1623 Wilson Avenue. Or. And mrs. Russell Delong and their daughter will spend the week end in Lansdowne at the Home of or. And mrs. Kenneth Minich. Miss Helen Wilson of Philadelphia was a sunday guest of air. And mrs. Walter t. Wilson. Airs. L. Hibbs and son John of 1223 Radcliffe Street were guests on sunday in Hazelton. A miss Barbara Albright and Aliss Dorothy Hardy of Weatherly a re week end guests of or. And mrs. John h. Hardy of Pond Street. Miss Esther Lawrence of 21 u Jefferson Avenue went on Friday to spend the week end with her Nephew or. Ernest Lawrence and his Francily in Lansdowne. Or. And mrs. Russell Delong of Monroe Street entertained Over the week end or. And mrs. Fred Roach and son of Allentown n. Mis Esther Schupeltz of Germantown spent the week in with relatives Here. Miss Shu Jeltz spent saturday night with or. And mrs. William Pearson and family of Pond Street. Or. And alls. James Ridge spent last Friday with mrs. Ridges sister mrs. William Thorpe of Worrell Street Philadelphia. A the ladies Aid society of Zion lutheran Church will hold a sour Krout supper in the Chapel of the Church tomorrow evening at 5.30 p. In. A or. And mrs. William Degroot and d aught a. Miss Anna Alay were recent guests of airs. De groots parents. Air. And mrs. John Davis of Philadelphia. Air. Davis has been confined to the House for several Days. A air. And mrs. Linton Landretti of Chestnut Hill were Din be guests on sunday of miss Frances h. Landreth. Miss Lorraine Simpson of new York and or. And mrs. B. Simpson of Cranford n. J., were sunday guests of or. And mr.-. La. A. Jensen us of Pond Street. A the Dorcas society of Zion lutheran Church was entertained on tuesday evening by airs. Thomas Sommers of Garden Street. A or. And mrs. Joseph Mecar son and their son Clem spent the week end in Florence n. A or. And airs. Frank c. Bozir of Laurelton l. I., were the weekend guest of or. And airs. Janis Ridge of 242 Madison Street. Mrs. Edgar Spencer was Ikie a last evening to her card Cluro. At the last meeting. Miss Nancy Beaton mrs. William Stroebele or Cedar Street and mrs. Wesley Spencer of Monroe Street were the winners of favors. _ a air. And mrs. Charles Makos sick and or. And mrs. Edward Ai Kossick of Collingswood n. J., were the sunday guests of All and mrs. Linford Kline of Bona St reef. Airs. Anna Cobb of 1209 Poilu Street has gone to Asbury Park to visit relatives for two weeks. A air. And mrs. V. V. Vansant mrs. Ada Sands mrs. Elwood Coeline and airs. Harvey Dan Field spent the week end in Harrisburg and while there went to see master Fulmer goalie who is attending the Harrisburg Academy. A Jackie the 6-year old son of or. And mrs. John Delong had a birthday party tendered him on wednesday night. Games suitable for the Ages of the children present were played and the Chil Dien were All delighted. Those who attended were Ann pears in. Jane Lynch Evelyn Flagg. Be a in Kasey Vivian Fenton a Affler Bach Lois afflerbach. Ai it Ert and Edwin i Voe James afflerbach Thomas and Bill Mack. Miss Mary Mack. Earl Delong and Betty Delong. A mrs. Blader of Morrisville. Lad a luncheon on wednesday a which several local pm it ple Werr guests. Those present were airs. Walter Hite airs. Richard Cooper. Mrs. Rodney Molloy mrs. Frank Shaw mrs. Russell Delong. Mrs. Edward Molloy and mrs. Edward idling. A the members of the Mary w. Lapp Scott Bible class of the Bristol at l. Church held their regu Lar monthly meeting last evening Parlours. The second chapter of at the Home of mrs. Rebecca j the study Book. A a Cloud of wit a Nelow of North Radcliffe Nesses Quot will be discussed by the Street. The business session was president miss Annie heritage. A followed by the Kerning of Delic Large attendance is desired. Ions by the hostess. A or. And airs. Adolph Ancker a mrs. Louise Mettler Arni Lier and their Sou Adolph jr., spent daughter miso Isabel Mettler of the week end with or. Ancker a Bronxville. N. Y., were recent parents or. And mrs. Mitchel guests of or. And mrs. H. Purse i Ancker of 901 Radcliffe Street. Of 256 Radcliffe Street. A airs. W. P. Betz of mad Street and Ana. James e. Keel Cedar Street were in Phila phia this week in attendance the forty seventh annual meet the won a a Home Mission society of the Philadelphia cd Ference. Which was held in c vary methodist Church. Al keel represented the local Brar of the above society As a Delegat the regular monthly meet of the foreign missionary s it it it f the Bristol m. E. Church w permanent waving t q free resets All phases of Beauty culture Roseanne 231 Mill St. Dress Shoppe amp. Beauty parlor phone 537 give us your order now for pies Herman h. Grebe teacher of piano studio 411 Mill Street Bristol a. Mince and pumpkin Ginger cakes and cookies for thanksgiving open every sunday 5 p. M. To 8.30 p. M. With fresh Rolls. Buns and bread Ward s bakery Wood amp Dorrance its. Bristol. A. Phone 348 in re u save at Hoffman a Cut rate 3. 310 Mill Street g 50c Mifflin rubbing alcohol 19c $1.25 flax Olyn 67c $1.25 Ponjola 67c 50c Phillips milk of magnesia 35c 60c Sal Hepatica 39c i $1.00 norwegian cod liver Oil 69c 75c Mead a Dextrin maltose 58c $1.00 Oval Tine 69c i 60c forhans tooth paste 39c 75c 3-Flower face powder 53c 25c Epson tabs 19c sewing machines i of Ali. Makes i r e Pai red m. L. Hess 122 Mill St. Call 374 Bristol All work guaranteed buy Christmas gifts now a Small Deposit will Reserve any article in our store. T we have a most Tomulet Stock of jewelry watches novelties Flat Ware and gifts. W. Clark jewelry amp watch repairing Niillo amp Cedar sts., Bristol see my assortment of Christmas cards before you decide i have an exclusive but not expensive line of Beautiful cards. Order now when you get the Best service. Delicious Home made use my circulating Library books you do not find elsewhere candies 65c in auction Sale to reduce Stock at l. C. Wettling a jewelry store now is the time to get great bargains in watches Diamond rings silverware fancy glassware and China menus wallets pen and Pencil sets toilet sets and novelties. Sale begins Friday nov. 14, 7 30 . And saturday at 2 30 and 7 30 . Prizes will be Given to the first ladies coming in on Friday evening. One prize each evening thereafter we Are not going out of business l. C. Witling # a a j i f a # i a a it a a amp Ltd a % t i t it a # v it y Carolyn Williams a sweeten the Day with Candy a to. 6 met. Street at Radcliffe Bristol a. 5& xxx%xx3�%3tt�u%xxj<xxxx%xxxxxxxxxxsxx%xxxxxxxxx jeweler and optometrist 312 Mill Street Bristol a

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