Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
27 Nov 1930

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27 Nov 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 27, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., thursday november 27, in social items a or and mrs. James Smith or 22 s Monroe Slicer will entertain on thanksgiving1 Day at dinner. Or. And mrs. Ray Coll of Scranton and mrs. Diaries Evan. Or and mrs. Russell de Long Isi Tod ii Euilio on sunday in retitle hem. Mrs. Ernest Lawrence enter taii Iod at dinner on sunday miss Esther Lawrence mrs. Malic Mal am mrs. George Sands of new they Are mrs. Sara Mccoy bus j1 tin Senomi Trio to i v is. Margaret Bilger Zhulim j York City will spend the Holiday with or. And mrs. In Purcell. A mrs. Theodore Gratz of Jackson Street is spending Holiday with her daughter family Iii of. Holly n. 24 7 the and obituary Ted mrs. Margaret Bilger Hulmeville mrs. Carrie Eschbach St. 1 Louis mrs. Emma Gibson Linton Fred c. Smith and Allen to. Smith of Cornwells Heights Amlien Glebe it Smith of Philadelphia. \ number of grandchildren Ana great grandchildren also survive her. I classified advertisements minimum rate under this head. 2 5 cents or less per insertion to cents for four lines 3 5 for three lines cents for five lines 5 cents for each additional line after the first ave lines. Diaries Williamson funeral s vices for Charles Williamson will be held on Satur afternoon at 1.30. O clock Rad-1 x. Made 11 Dalf roil Hilt i to. Residence 309 Gar 1 Cliffe Street. Burial will be ties in Bristol cemetery. Quot Itie deceased died on wednesday morning after an illness of time weeks. If was the husband of Caille Williams and tile son of the late Paul d. And rein Cen Williamson. Or. Williamson was born in new Hope from there to Bristol Colin and misses Elizabeth Katharine Malcolm mrs. Thomas Sommers of Den Street was hostess on Day evening at her Home to the Dorcas society of Zion lutheran c by re ii. Mrs. Mat in Flagg it 253 Madison Avenue will entertain at thanksgiving dinner her Mother mrs. Mary Bloodgood and her son and wife or. And mrs. Maurice blood Good of Bath Street. I my Hoine. He Cairn to a i and mrs. Joseph Mccarson where he bad resided for Tho St and their son Clem w ill be guests 3 i Yare being engaged in the in the misgiving Day of thew i paper hanging business up to 11 cousins in Florence n. A j time of his recent illness. Miss Elizabeth Percy of Phila the late air. A ii Hammon Dolphin is confined to Hie Hahne i member cd Bristol Long May Miles May Miles daughter of William e., and Nellie Miles of too Quot Morgan Avenue Palmyra. J., was buried from the Homo of Lier pare ins on saturday morning. Solemn High mass was said at the chinch of the sacred i Ait Palmyra and burial was in de in St. Marks ceme101 y. I to deceased died on wednesday last. For Sale pipe less Heater suitable for Small Bungalow. Apply or. Stevenson Locust Avenue Torres Dale Manor. 21-22. For Sale no. 3 90 Mckinley St.-6 rooms s and Bath. Brick House. Re a painted inside and out. At a bargain. For rent a j 11-room farm House with 2 it acres ground More or less located adjoining Newportville Bristol township. A. Reasonable terms. Immediate Possession. Apply the Pennsylvania Etc., Packard building phia a. Company Philadel 9 9-3ll was a 970 Loo Man Hospital with appendicitis. A or. And mrs. B. Johnson or. And mrs. V. V. Vansant mrs. Ada Sands and or and mrs. George on of Philadelphia will spot lid their thanksgiving in Medford lakes. Or. And mrs. Warren s. Perry of new York City Weie week end guests of or. And mrs. Charles Peet of West Circle. A or. And mrs. Walter Linn of Telford will by the thanksgiving Day guests of or. And mrs. Frank Lehman. A or. And mrs. Joseph a. Suede miss Marian Steele miss Eloise Vidal and mrs. Robert h. Turner of Philadelphia will he thanksgiving Day guests of mrs. Caroline Smith and her daughter miss Marian Smith of Radcliffe Street. A Pierce Barrett and his sister miss Mary will attend the football game Between Northeast Catholic preparatory school and St. Josephus Academy in frankford1 Oil thanksgiving. A mrs. Parke Wetherill was hostess last Friday evening to the Bridge club of which she is a member. Favors were won by miss Marian Smith mrs. I. D. Webb and mrs. Linton Martin. Or. And firs. V. D. Tyler of Madison Street will take dinner on thanksgiving Day with miss. Tyler a daughter mrs. Russell Levan and family of Peony. Mrs. George Sands of new York City is spending several Days this week with or. And mrs. La. Pm sell of 256 Radcliffe Street. A mrs. Elmer Field and her daughter miss Betty and son Elmer jr., of Ramsey came on wednesday last week and air remaining Over thanksgiving Day. Or. Field will join them and return Home with them. Mrs. Charles Mershon has been spending a week with Lier sister mrs. William . Of Douglasville. A mrs. Henry Ancker of 90b Radcliffe Street in company with or. And mrs. W ii i inn. Opp in Waite and Allen a a Bartolette of Haddonfield leave today on a motor trip to Barnesville Ohio to attend he wedding of Marianna Foster on monday. Yir. And mrs. Theodore b. Megargee and son Ted will join mrs. Megargee sr., at thanksgiving dinner at Bohemia Point farm Chesapeake City my. I Bip arty will remain tor the week end. Thanksgiving guests of or. Ann mrs. R. Hendricks will by or. And firs. Robert Zimmerman and son Robert of Skillman. N. J miss Edith King of Linden or. And mrs. William Feaster and children of Bordentown. Mrs. Mary Cooper of 519 Bath Street is spending a month with relatives in Baltimore. A or. And mrs. W. K. Highland and Wallace Cornell went on wednesday to Tobyhanna to spend thanksgiving. Miss Grace Shaver entertained on monday evening her Bridge club at the Home of fir. And firs. Hugh gang 303 Radcliffe Street. Favors were handed to miss Edith Mcconnell miss Ruth Watson and miss Marie Watson. A miss Elizabeth Laue laughter of my. And mrs. James Larue will spend her thanksgiving holidays at Home with her parents. Or. And mrs. In Rue will be dinner guests on thanksgiving Day with relatives in Lansdowne. In p. O. E., and be no. 25, f. Amp a. Be Bristol John Applegate funeral services Lor John Applegate were held i rom the residence of his daughter airs. Stewart Woodruff Madison Street on tuesday afternoon a 1.30 p. In. Rev. George Boswell. Rector of St. James episcopal or Al j Church officiated and int Ament 1 �?T1 was made in Oakland Emit via Philadelphia. The deceased died at or. A Aero a private Hospital on thursday in his 77til year. He is survived by his wife Jeanette Applegate daughters firs. Adam liar of new i 01k City m i s. J James k. Sheridan and firs. Theo i., Ino. No. 1624 Trenton ave. 6 rooms and Bath stucco House $27.50 to repainted inside and out. La ice reasonable. For rent bungalows 5 rooms Bath hot water heat Art Sian Well automatic electric pump. Rental Garfield and Hayes its. 8 room and Bath. $3250 up. Also other four Aud six room houses. Can finance. Spring 1931 Wilson Avenue. 51-ti. $40.00 per month. Torres Dale me nor Andalusia i Ltd a f. Roes Bailer 102 state Road Dale Manor phone Torres-087-w. 20-tf tor re Dale i he j j on r be it mrs. Catharine Gepp mrs. Catharine Gepp widow of j. Grupp was buried from Home cd her son Otto Grupp sr., Eddington on monday afternoon. Services were held at 3.30 of clock j Ore a. Flemm of Flushing l. And interment was made in Che-1 and mrs. Stewart Wood Luff or ton Hills cemetery. The deceased Bristol one son Harry App was 87 years of age and was born Gate of Philadelphia a Brot no in Germany. She died on thins Job Applegate of Pleasantville Day of last week after a two. Large g lbs 15 pharmacy Bristol. For Sale lass jars cents each. With Han Bowens 213 Radcliffe Street it 1 _ 9 9 weeks illness. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith services for firs. Elizabeth Smith w Ere held from the Home of Lier daughter mrs. Wesley Bilger n is h Ami by Street Hulmeville on tuesday afternoon. Rev. Frances Walz pastor of the Nesh Aminat. Church officiated Ami burial was made in Beechwood cemetery. The deceased the widow of Asa Smith was in her 99th veal. Flu died on Friday night after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Smith bae spent Hor entire lifetime in Bucks county being born in Bensalem township. The deceased is survived by four daughter and tin be Mons. The lait1 fir. Woodruff had resided at ins daughters residence for the past two years. He was employ d by the Illiam j. Mann company Philadelphia. Before moving to Bristol fir. Appl Gat resided in that City. For Sale 21 Radcliffe Street 12-room single House. Through lot to Cedar Street. Room for three car garage. Wonderful Opportunity tor a family to Purchase a Nice Home and by renting a few rooms for it in a few years. Will finance. L. C. Spring 800 Radcliffe Street. Fri of. Guinea pigs Etc. I buy Guinea pigs rabbits White mice rats and pigeons. C. In had Rick 4832 Griscom Street Frank Ford _ automobiles bought a u to Al o by i is Bough t of 11 parts bring your cars to us we take them regardless of condition. Saltier state Road Croydon. A la floors Laid Hardwood floors Laid Sci aped and finished stairways romped. John Hymera in f. D. No 1 Bristol a. Phone 292 a it. 23-tf. New books a one flesh by Rosita Forbes is distinctly modern in its treatment of a woman a search for happiness. The Book has arouse much discussion in England and will be w idely mad Here. Just four weeks to Christmas sewing machines i of All makes Irepa re d m. L. Hess 122 Mill St. Call 374 Bristol All work guaranteed for rent single modern House on Radcliffe Street freshly paint of and decorated. Inquire l. It Spring 8tb Radcliffe St. 16-tl. For rent six and eight room mod Ehn houses All conveniences $30 per month. Apartment a rooms and Bath. Spring j 93 i Wilson Avenue. 51 to. Letter Heads envelope business cards printed neatly on Good Stock at prices that please. The Independent office Radcliffe 2numim classified ads in the Independent sell things our process of cleaning Felt hats leaves no rings or stains nor does it injure the material in any Way but it does bring out a new Luster a new finish. Let us show you. Shoes shined George Parasho 217 Mill Street Bristol a. Select your gifts now. Watches necklaces flatware rings everything in jewelry. Leather goods purses folders cigarette cases tor ladies and gentlemen Beautiful and useful gifts. A Small Deposit will Reserve any article for you j. W. Clark jewelry amp watch repairing Mill amp Cedar sts., Bristol i i phone Bristol 423 for Home demonstration Percy g. Ford 1776 Farragut ave. Bristol a. A a a a a a _ 1 in Ltd 11 ii Chw % Lavender Hall inn a and farms a Washington crossing rd., Newtown j Beautiful and spacious accommodations for ties. A Bridge luncheons and private dinners arranged by appoint a Merit. Excellent cuisine. Moderate prices. Telephone t Newtown 51. A dinner�?$2. Dinner plate�?$i,d0 t sunday night supper�?$1. A Flowers bring Delight Flowers Are living Beauty. When you Send amp a a a a it remembrance at thanksgiving time you Send the most Beautiful creations of nature and you gift reflects sympathy land affection that cannot be voiced in words. Come to Schmidt a for roses Cir san the mums Cut Flowers and i opted j la lits of All kinds. We have a Large and marvellously Beautiful selection. C. Schmidt 521 Otter Street phone 76 Bristol a

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