Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 27 Nov 1930
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 27, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Page two Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., thursday november 27, 1930. Social and personal happenings i a or. And mrs. Charles Millet of North Radcliffe Street have a their thanksgiving guests or. And jars. Herbert e. Hawkes of new York. Or. And mrs. John Hawkes of Reston and or. H. Hawkes from Dartmouth College. A miss Janet Wagner daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Wagner of Pine Grove is spending the holidays with her parents. A miss Jeannette Hill who la attending Hood College Freder Ickburgh md., is spending thanksgiving with her parents or. And mrs. M. Iii la of Radcliffe Street. A or. And mrs. Edward . Of North Radcliffe Street entertained or. And mrs. Ward Biedenbach and family Over the week end. A mrs. George n. Lefferts and mrs. Horace e. Williams of North Radcliffe Street attended the meeting of the Iris club at the Bellevue Stratford hotel on tuesday. On tuesday evening Carolyn Williams entertained the Bridge club of which she is a member. The gusts were or. And mrs George Hussey or. And mrs. A or. And mrs. Russell Carty Charles d. Rack or. And mrs. I and daughter miss Mary will Frank Decosta and or. Warren j take thanksgiving dinner with Davies of Trenton. Mis. Rue and or. William Joyce of Gal h Street. A or. John a. Neady of mul a Berry Street is spending the thanksgiving holidays with his parents in Waynesboro. A i. And mrs. William b. Rogers of Hastings on the Iid son and daughters misses Margaret and Mary Ann Are spending several Days thic week with his Sisters misses Mary and Jane Rogers of 20 6 Jefferson Avenue. A mrs. Annie Groom of Walnut Street is spending the holidays with her brother or. W. Weth Erbil Wright and his family in Lansdowne. A or. And mrs. H. A. Jensenius of Pond Street will have a Laige Circle at thanksgiving Day dinner. Those present will be or. And mrs. B. Simpson and family of Cranford or. And mrs. Howard Jensenius and their children or. And mrs. Thomas Douglass and family and or. And mrs. Serrill Douglass. A or. And mrs. Warren Perry of new York City and or. And mrs. S. C. Uchaez of Newark n. J., will be the thanksgiving guests of by. And mrs. Charles feet. A mrs. John Johnson of West Philadelphia was the sunday guest of the misses Annie arid Alice Johnson. Cer of 247 Madison Street will have a family dinner on thanksgiving Day having with them or. And mrs. Wesley Spencer and children and or. And mis. Edgar Spencer of 249 Madison Street. A miss Dorothy Hargrave of 4 01 Radcliffe Street pent three Days recently with friends in Newark Del. While a guest there she attended a football game played in Chester Between Delaware University and Haverford. A Mise Elizabeth week and mrs. Walter f. Leedom will tak3 their thanksgiving dinner with or. And mrs. John Wood of Langhorne. A or. And mrs. John Hardy will have As guests on thanksgiving Day mrs. Sarah Pedrick mrs. Alfred Atkinson and daughter miss Ruth and son Howard it Rahv a n. J., or. An i mrs. John Delong and family of Madison Street and Mies Dorothy Hardy of Weatherly. A miss Katharine Cropper of 210 Jefferson Avenue left on wednesday to spend the thanksgiving holidays with her Niece mrs. Frank Connor in Temple. A or. And mrs. George Ilobell of Audubon n. J., were week end guests of or. And mrs. In a. Jensenius of Pond Street. Rysz 320 on of a mrs. Aaron Stackhouse a of Buckley Street entertained sunday mrs. Emma Wright Asbury Park. Or. And mrs. Theodore b. Me or am mrs. Floyd Trask of Gargee and Theodore b. Megargee j Duil Jee City n. Y., have been jr., of North Radcliffe Street i paying a Isit with or. And mrs. Edgely spent sunday in Wyncote j he Peck and family of Hulme Jas the guests of or. Megargee. Ville. Be mrs. Benjamin to her ankle is the Aid of Mother. A or. And mrs. George w. Fens of Edgely. Entertained Anne n. Allen and or. Williams on sunday. Thelma l. Williams of Edgely who has been confined Home with a fractured Able to be out with crutches. A or. And mrs. Elliott Cogswell have returned from their honeymoon and Are living on pics Avenue Edgely. Mrs. Lester Paine of White Stone l. I., and son Lester jr., will be the thanksgiving Holiday guests of or. And mrs. Chines t. Owens of Radcliffe Street. A or. And mrs. Edward Renk of Pond Street will take dinner with friends in Brooklyn . And mrs. Albert Rose and William Straus of new York were guests Over the week end of their i relatives or. And mrs. David n a Man and or and mrs. Harry is us of Mill Street. Or. And mrs. Joseph h. Spen i Herman h. Grebe teacher of piano studio 411 Mill Street Bristol a. Announcements invitations visiting cards stationery should be socially Correct. Be sure they Are genuine engraved. Norton Farr amp Cummings engravers printers stationers 130 East Hanover St. Trenton. N. U save at Hoffman a Cut rate 310 Mill Street 25c co Gates tooth paste 2 for 25c $1.25 Ponjola 67c $1.25 flax Olyn 67c $1.00 Squibbs Mineral Oil 75c 40c Fletcher a Pastoria 25c 60c Rem 60c pertussis 39c 65c pistol 49c $1.00 onite 69c $1.00 Lavoris 75c 35c Vicks Vapo rub $1.20 father Johns 25c 77c Popkins permanent waving cd free resets All phases of Beauty cult re Roseanne 231 Mill St. Dress Shoppe 6 Licaus a psf tar Plu gone 537 wards fruit cake is just the thing for desert at this season. Delicious j mince and pumpkin pies that s Glt open every sunday 5 p. M. To 8.30 p. M. With fresh Roub. Buns and bread wards bakery Wood amp Dorrance its. Bristol a. Phone 348 3li i our special dress event continued another week two frocks for reduction continues on shoes gaiters rubbers i a Ever if go Skoula seek ii i adv be of old s or to hims vol mid find r. A Berier Way to s a y merry Christmas than with a in aft Elgin watch a ctr it bely a til Active Wiist watch richly Eug Ravid. 15 j we i nov , i in Good f led case.s3 �?T.50 f. E. Baylies authorized Elgin dealer 307 Mui Street Bristol. Were $10.75 a. Beautiful modish Clever frocks in Georgette Flat crepe prints designs that Are exclusive just the colors and combinations that Delight the feminine heart. Come in and see them they re real values special $19.75 frocks now $17.75 \ sheer Chiffon hosiery $1.00 formerly $1.25 Fay a dress i Pond arid Dorrance streets 418 Mill St. Bristol a
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