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 Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., priday november 14, 1030. Pace three ? lied Cross faces heaviest task since world War rile american red Cross is facing the greatest emergency which has confronted the organization since the world War. for Relief Iii the coming Winter will in All probability lie without parallel. A minimum of five million numbers for the United states is inquired if the National red Grots is to break even and meet its new responsibilities. Ibis was the Gist of the up colies made by officials of the National red Cross and of the Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter at a regional conference held in the Bellevue Stratford hotel recently. Attended by representatives from the. Fifty three branches located in Philadelphia Bucks Delaware font Goiney and Chester counties the sessions presented a Survey of red Cross activities both locally and nationally in anticipation of the fourteenth annual a roil Call which opened on armistice Day november Lith and will continue until thanksgiving. Colonel j. Franklin Mcfadden chairman of the Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter presided at continued on Page nine social items a amiss Alary Mcginley of Otter Street spent the week end with relatives in Germantown. A miss Bess Mcginley a student at West Chester spent the weekend at her Home or. And airs. N. J. Mcginley of Otter Street. Mrs. Tillie Brownlee of Bath Street returned to her Home on Bath Street this week after spending four months with relatives in Hatboro. A miss Alay Smoyer of Linden Street was hostess on tuesday to Tim sewing class no. 2 of which she is a number. Mrs. I i z abet h Moon of Swain Gertrude Roche of Pind Street. Favors were Given to Anita Lynn Marie Gaffney Genevieve Armstrong. A airs. Lester Thorne of 1001 Radcliffe Street was hostess on tuesday afternoon to her Bridge club. Favors were handed to mrs. Parke Wetli Erill and airs. Lowell Smith of North Radcliffe Street. A those present on tuesday a the Community House to assist in the sewing at the Guild meeting were airs. C. L. Anderson mrs. Henry Ancker mrs. Fred bring Aliss Ida Btu Don airs. William Carver a1 is. James Lefferts miss Katherine Keating mrs. Harry Daniels Aliss Elizabeth Iredell mrs. Kina Guthrie Aliss Mattie Street Lias received a letter from Hughes airs. Ai. Costa i g no and her son in the u. S. Navy in bos i airs. James Potena. Ton telling of his intended visit and stay of Steven months Iii California Waters. A or. Arid mrs. John Fleuti lately of Williamsport have taken an apartment at the Delaware House. Airs. J. L. Hibbs and son John of 1223 Pine Grove spent the Beaver Street jog to be straightened classified advertisements minimum rate under this head 25 cents for three lines or less per insertion 30 cents for four lines 35 cents for five lines 5 cents for each additional line after the first live lines. I -41 Reward $50 Reward will be paid to the person or persons giving information which will Lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who broke into the ferry boat a William e. Boron on thursday november 6th, or Friday november 7th, 1930. 20. William e. Doron. The jog Iii Beaver Street which has existed for Many years because of the of Strussion into the Street of land in front of the. Dinunzio property is to be week end wan relatives in Hazel straighten it by removal of the Trees and tile paving of the ton. Obituary Diego do Anofrio Diego do Anofrio was buried on saturday Iron his late Home 1116 Wood Street at 9 of clock with High mass in St. Annas Church at to a. In. Interment was made in St. Marks cemetery. The deceased who was in his 49th year died on thursday after a Short illness. He is survived by his wife Vincenzo and three children. The late air. Do Anofrio was a member of Bucks Lodge 1169. L. O. O. Ai. A air. And airs. Ernest Lawrence and their daughter and son em-1 est jr., Are spending the weekend with mrs. Lawrence a parents. Or. And mrs. Richard Al yrs of 154 Otter Street. Mrs. Thomas Scott of 22 Radcliffe Street was hostess luncheon yesterday to card club no. I. Sheriff John a Mcginley of Kalauch chunk has been spending several Days with his relatives misses Frances and Julia Alcad Den of Jefferson Avenue. A airs. Thomas Brady of Pine Grove was an Over night guest cd i relatives on saturday in Aiana area to be reclaimed by the Bor traffic in Beaver Street has been increasing rapidly and the need for the Borough to take Over the i property Iii question has been a j urgent. There will he no land damages As the Borough has had the right to take the land for Many years but did not exercise it. Mothers association party the Al others association had a merry masquerade meeting in the High school gymnasium wednesday night. About 7 5 women for rent Large airy front Roo Ai very Good for office or professional use. Reasonable. Inquire 413 Mill Street. 2 0 for rent bungalows 5 rooms Bath hot water heat Artesian Well automatic electric pump. Rental $2 7.50 to $40.00 per month. Torres Dale Elanor Andalusia a. F. J. Rossbauer 102 state Road Torres Dale Manor phone Torres 20-21. For Sale no. 821 Radcliffe Street 12-room single House. Through lot to Cedar Street. Room for three car garage. Wonderful Dale 708 7-w. Opportunity for a family to Pur a Chase a Nice Home and by renting for rent a few rooms for it in a few single Aio Dern House on years. Will finance. L. C. Spring Radcliffe Street freshly paint-800 Radcliffe Street. 51-tf, and decorated. Inquire l. C. Spring 800 Radcliffe St. 16-tf. For Sale no. 190 Mckinley St.-6 rooms i and Bath. Brick House. Repainted inside and out. At a bargain. No. 1624 Trenton ave. 6 rooms and Bath stucco House repainted inside and out. Price reasonable. Garfield and Hayes 8 room and Bath. $3250 up. Also other four and six houses. Can finance. Spring Guinea pigs Etc. I buy Guinea pigs rabbits Wiite mice rats and pigeons. C. D. Haedrick 4832 Griscom Street Frankford a. Of. 1931 Wilson Avenue automobiles bought automobiles bought for parts bring your cars to us room we fake them regardless of condition. Saltier state Road cloy 51-tf. I Don. 17-tf. A irs. Albert Beecher of Pond attended Pearly All of them in Street will be hostess on tuesday evening to her card club Cost Lime. Prizes were awarded for the most original most artistic the londay evening card club ail l most comical costumes. Sheie was held on londay evening at was music and a general Good the Home of aliases Alarie and tim.?. _ Bristol presbyterian Church monday evening the senior Christian Endeavor of the presbyterian Church will hold a social Iii the basement for members of the society and the Young people of the chinch 16 year old and Over. Plans Are made to make the evening full of Filiti and interest and a Good attendance is expected the senior Christian Endeavor for All Young people Over sixteen meets every sin Day evening at seven. The Junior Christian Endeavor for those who Are younger meets every Friday Kerning at seven. The pastel Rev. S. Brooks Knowlton will preach at both services of warship this sunday. His topic at tile la of clock service will be a virtue s dangers a and at the evening service a the Church in the modern the attendance at the sunday school continues to increase. All Are Welcome at ten every sunday morning. The alcids Bible class is getting ready for the father Ann son dinner to be held in the Church next Friday evening nov. 21st. The choir is preparing a cantata to be Sung on sunday evening nov. 23rd. The choir practise this Friday evening will be the final preparation. Quot file ladies Union meets on londay evening. They have much to do and would appreciate the help of All who can come. Service of prayer wednesday evening at 7.45. Topic Bey scout troop a meets thursday evening. _ Lavender Hall inn and farms Washington crossing rd., Newtown to. Reservations for thanksgiving Are now being received. Beautiful and spacious accommodations for parties. Bridge luncheons and private dinners arranged by appointment. Excellent cuisine. Moderate prices. Telephone Newtown 51 dinner�?$2. Dinner plate�?$1.50 sunday night supper�?$1. For rent Aio Dern 6-room Bungalow and garage All conveniences one Square from Bristol Pike. Joseph p. Schramm Clover Avenue Croydon Manor. In. For rent six and eight room modern houses All com in Ion of s $30 per month. Apartment 4 rooms and Bath. Spring 1931 Wilson Avenue. 51-tt. Classified ads in the or. Dependent sell things a ref Bell phone Jef. 4326 key. Phone East 7834 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 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a my in a a f a perspiring feet rid yourself now of the annoy Anee of sweaty feverish odorous Lect. You can have immediate and permanent Relief. Or. Scholls brom Drosis powder Sprinkle it on the feet in the shoes. Discomfort and doors end. Can 50c. Moffo shoe shop a a or 311 Mill Street Bristol Baldwin dairies Outfield and Foulkrod streets Philadelphia a. Group inspection invited mums i f j f j j j ? f i a f ? f j i buy now to do our part in encouraging greater buying activity to hasten the return of employment and Good times we Are i making a special offering of All our ladies1 $2.95 and $3.95 pumps y uban $ you will need the Small oxfords straps and ties at 2.60 baby French and High heels y Bright Button kinds to a % als0 have a very Large Assort decorate your dinner ment of ladies pumps straps ties have a line a i i variety from which you g May choose. Send your ales Sage of in Chrysanthe \ mums Large or Small. Bristol Flower growers 452 Pond Street phone 313 of us t a t i v t j t v if 4 a i % i i f Ltd it f i in 4 a f f % f i f i it and oxfords All sizes Heel Heights and leathers at. A very Large assortment of menus boys children a and infants shoes and oxfords. A big saving on your shoe Bill for the entire family National shoe stores inc. 413 Mill Street Bristol a. 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