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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 28, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Vol. 2.�? no. 17.Bristol. Pa., Friday october 28. 1921. Moose Herd will gather needlework Guild to celebrate halloween exh1bit n0v 2nd five cents the copy Beautiful Home on scene of merriment life Street will be on monday evening held in Community House directors asked to gather garments promptly worthy cause evidently not to in outdone by the various celebrations taking place throughout the Borough on halloween night the local Quot Herd of Moose have arranged an event to take plate in their Beautiful Home Oil Radcliffe Street which i utilises to eclipse any Celebration of its kind held by a fraternal organization in Bristol in years. While the event in Iii in a measure be in the nature of a real get together gathering it is really with the object of having members and their friends become better acquaint will one another. The affair May not in but no object Weed will in set Illg inti is of a e hey of Lur the Kin for will a to per of the will e the eats. In Iii a it parochial Mission at Saint James Rev. Floyd Tompkins eminent speaker and scholar to conduct week of services the announcement of the coining of the Rev. Floyd Tolikina Rector id Church of the holy Trinity Kitten-1 House Square Philadelphia ought to he received by All Deno Iii nut ions it with great Joy. It is Seldom the townspeople have such a wonderful preacher and mail. Come and i e his tune and Talent for the spiritual uplift of the hearers. The occasion of his coming May be termed Quot a parochial Mission a spiritual revival in the episcopal Church. The meetings will he held every evening beginning with monday october 31st, and ending on Friday november 4th. On thursday afternoon at 3 of clock november 4th. A quiet hour for women will be observed Ami at four o clock there will be a special meeting for children. On different evenings the choirs of the various churches will be pres ent to assist the St. James choir in the singing. It is to in hoped that every one will take the Opportunity provided to Bear a great preacher a great Man. Ladies Union meet in most enthusiastic session i there was an interested group present at the meeting of the ladies j Union on monday night. Echoes of the convention occupied some of the time report of attendance and Fina Nota statements were made by the i evident mrs. M. T. Ardrey and miss Elizabeth Crl Chon the Trens a ret. The attendance numbered thirty four and it was suggested that the attendance on monday evening to hear or. Tompkins Iii the episcopal Church should he credited to the members As it was decided to postpone the meeting that All might he Able to in present. Metropolitan employees to frolic at Benj. Silber s a Fine time is mapped out for saturday evening. October 291 ii. By tile employees of the metropolitan life insurance co. The plan is to have a masked social at the Home of or. Benjaman sillier of 212 Jefferson Avenue. The employees Aud their families amounting in number to about thirty five will arrange for dancing refreshments and other entertainment. Due it he Genero family of Michael j. Tullytown the member Ity of the Brennan of i of flu 11 ii i denomination will soon of worship in that i 1 Ian Catholic have a place i age. When the buildings of the United states munition works were sold a few weeks ago Meinl is of the Brennan family bought one of the Large buildings which they arc having moved to a foundation on part of their land neat tilt route of the trolley passing through that town. After alterations Are made to the Interior of the building an altar will he installed where regular sunday masses will lie celebrated by one of the assistant priests of St. Annas Catholic Church. Bristol a sunday school will he and the Mission Church will used for a school room. Isadore j Enne of St. Anns ing Active interest in this commendable contribution to his work among the italians of Bristol and Vicinity and w Iii to ably assisted in the work by his assistant priests and the Sisters of the order of holy Trinity. In the italian Palo Star ted also Herd is Ink w to Are tear Heel Chia school of Bristol. Edward Mariner passes his 74th Milestone on sunday last mrs. L. Hendricks of ii 11 Cedar Street arranged a Surprise dinner for her father. Edward Mariner to celebrate his seventy fourth Birt inlay. Covers were Laid Tor sixteen. The relatives present w. Re or. And mrs. George Mariner. Or. Win. Mariner of West Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Lewis a. Rammer and three children from Maple Shade. N Clarence i High. Of Philadelphia Dricks. Or. And or leks Harriman. J., or. And mrs. And two children or. Elwood Lineal is. Edward Hen boy scout troop no. 3 entertain girl friends boy scout tits masked social in Church basement tag. Each boy privilege or brim some of the troop a of tin Opportunity fun and i folic with tin and refreshment the evening. I is the Leader of it i it no. 3. Held a the presbyterian on tuesday events granted the Png a girl Friend. Milf i themselves of sharing tile girls. Games were the order of Rev. Henry Hartmann considered a Quot smoker Quot iou to indulging Iii the offered in the room neb a pleasure. Dane also feature the program cd with discussions of top Day. Luncheon with Coria served which will re anxiety of the High coat decorations of the inter a in Gold and Black with id one Corn lock and pump which will make the surrounding Ai handsome As the exterior of shown in the Box picture with its covering of Quot old on wednesday november 2nd, at 2 to of clock the annual exhibition of needlework Guild garments will be held in the Community House. Excellent speakers have been secured. It is very important for All members to Send their garments to their director this week. The directors have to list the garments and sew them together if that has not been done by the member. Guild members can lighten the work of the directors considerably by being prompt with their garments. If possible Send the garments to the director Don t make her Call for it. Directors Are requested to bring their garments to the Community House on monday october 31st. The Secretary with her assistants will he at the Community House to receive the garments Between 12 of clock and 5 of clock on that Day. As the need for garments both for institutions and private cases is so urgent it is hoped that the directors will meet with a generous response from their contributors. Of you Are not already a needlework Guild member will you not become one at once by contributing two or More garments to one of the Many directors of the Guild every citizen of Bristol should be a Guild member men us Well As women can he members Don t wait to be asked Volunteer your membership although two garments Are the required number where it is possible will you not Gix More than two the work of the Guild is far reaching and valuable. You would be repaid Many Many times if you could see the Joy of some discouraged overworked Mother when a Guild bundle Arries. She has been worrying about providing her Little ones with warm garments for Winter. Her Ltd at least is one problem solved. The Effort made was not a tax on any individual the Benefit to the recipient has been immeasurable. Ail join in making this the Banner year of our Guild. Martindell will be Back next week chiropractor after ten Days Dalness will be at his office again monday Are Buckmann services a High at any Price sex in solemn courts of Justice at times furnish comic situations and jokes Are bandied Between opposing attorneys that Are Tim soul of real Whit. Little asides Are ofttimes passed Between attorneys a who May he spectators that never come to the notice of the judge on the Bench and one of these that is too Good to keep under cover cropped up in judge Ryan a court room in Doylestown on tuesday. I ii bus Hackman was attorney for the plaintiff in a civil suit and in slimming up for the jury in his most melodramatic fashion in referring to an attorney xxx to had been retained by the defendant in the Case to Drax up a lease he said Quot the idea of hiring a High priced lawyer to draw up ail Ordinary lease i too Ain a High priced lawyer a Here is where the joke conies in. A distinguished member of the bar who Xvi it a Spectator said Sot to voiced to the attorney for the defense a High at any Price Quot wonder if he meant j. Bibbs. Or the other attorney he referred to dangerous pranks Xvi y Twenty ninth the Independent of Tullytown boys Sta ted tha t the a Dail y excuse Here a the proof should be curbed by parents before a fatality occurs Harry Moon painfully injured the first Accident of note since the opening of the new state Road through this place happened on sunday morning when Clinton Moon son of Harry l. Moon was struck by a touring car and knocked ten feet a the Issue of the Independent of Landing on his head on the new con july9th, the following tvo column Crete Road. Head was carried under the Date the boy Xmas picked up by the t\1<�?~ Hist Page Quot a daily Kex River of the car and hurried to to u8e in letter of i Hanks to this paper from american legion proves tile assertion made ten weeks ago Cut a a again misleads the Public _ Home. Or. Klunk was summoned a Inie dealt with a statement and found that while his body was 11f in e a a excuse Quot in an editorial badly bruised and his head Cut and Yvo a a appear de in their Issue of Eye seriously injured there were Nola a a in Par As Fol broken and Bis Medit inn a is. A it bout any other solicit Bones broken and his condition could not be determined for several Days. It appears hat Youn Moon was a have hastened to in ure a rvs Al fire in a a a a touring car and lost Bis balance Cuse when he steered in front of the car. A warning notice should be heed a i by the parents of this place and article of the they should not allow their boys or statement which appeared in this Gills to have Loler skates. Since the paper follow is it is til rough your paper that Many contributions were made possible and we feel that a debt of gratitude exists Between our organization and yours. We want to express our thanks and convey our appreciation for All that you have done for us. We invite you to Call upon us at any time that we May be of service. Very truly yours Robt. W. Bracken Post no. 382, Dudley e. Bell adjutant. The much belittled manager etc., by oodles of weeps was not the truth of the Quot excuse Quot had been imported on the 29th the Independent in an her Ltd but a Short an<1 be 11 1,1 Hon than that made through the columns of the courier the patriotic and tender hearted citizens of Bris editorial which Xmas followed All hallows Day is tinged by Romance new Road has been opened this has become a fad. Several narrow escapes have been recorded of boys a who fell Oil the Road and were nearly run Over before gaining their the Independent. Robt. W. Bracken Post no. 382 american legion Bristol october 22, 1921. Tullytown to have Catholic Church generosity of Brennan family makes possible the establishment of italian Mission Church Little Harry Eckert drowned in Nesh Aminy while playing Yard along the near Bristol Pike ter noon Horace at Cherry boat Nesh Aminy Creek last wednesday Flicker age 5. Son of Harry a. Eckert of Eddington fell into the water and was drow Ned. The youth wit ii his Comparon Henry Walters also of Eddington strolled away from Home in search of new Fields of pleasure and their Steps wandered toward the boat Yard. They proceeded to amuse themselves around the boats until the Eckert boy lost his balance and fell into Tho water which is Over eight feet deep at that Point. The boy s cries attracted the attention of men working at the t. B. Amp p. Power House on the other Side of the Creek and they rushed to the Rescue. The boy was dead when dragged from the water hut he was taken to or. Pursell. Of Bristol a who made every Effort to revive him without Avail. The body was taken to his parents Home in Eddington. Bristol nimrods leave monday on Rabbit Hunt monday evening next in order to be on tin ground tuesday morning for the opening of the Rabbit season messes. William Heineson. Ellwood Minster William and John Simons will Camp Over night at Erwina near Frenchtown. N. J., where they anticipate bagging a Large number of rabbits. League of women voters meet next tuesday Bis troop. The loom was decorated with Cornstalk. I change. The regular monthly meeting of the league of women voters xviii be held at the Home of the president mrs. Frank Lehman. Gig Radcliffe Street. Tuesday. November 1st. The meetings Are usually held in the High school building hut not being available next week hence the Many legends claim the fairy god of love is most Active on halloween the Many friends Ami clients of w. C Mart hide the chiropractor will he gratified to learn that he will be Hack Iii his office administering to the needs of his friends on monday of next week. To has been very ill for the past ten Days but his fever which was threatening has lie n broken by or. Match and. The chiropractor of Philadelphia and a return to business will tie possible next week. Mart in Del i has been a hard worker Here in Bristol and the fact that he works in his office from ten in the morning until Midnight three Days each week. Has made his friends shake their Heads and state from time to time that someday a breakdown would occur. It came but with ten Days rest he has practically recuperated and will be Hack on the Joh monday. Monday next known As Quot All saints Quot Clay on Church calendars is perhaps better known As Quot All Hal lows Quot or halloween and will he celebrated in Many sections with feasting song and dancing. Iii Olden times the end of the Harvest season was believed by Swain and Damsel a. A time when the fairy god of lox e. Was More act we in arranging love matches and Many a fair Maiden in the privacy of her Boudina on next monday night at the solemn hour of 12, will pose a huh her Hack towards the Mirror Iii the Hope of seeing the likeness of her future husband reflected in the Glass As sin looks Over her left Boulder towards the Mirror. Another method used by the Quot Bonnie scotch lassies Quot to see their Quot Prince charming is to Quot take a Candle and go alone to a looking Glass rat an Apple before it and some traditions say you should comb your hair Alf the time the face of your conjugal com pan Ion to be Xxiii be seen in the Glass As if peeping Over your shoulder. Binning the nuts is another famous Charm. They name the lad anti Quot titular nut As they fire and according quietly together or in one another the me of the courtship other games of Legate practice by fair halloween xxx us the lass to each a Lay them in the As they Burn Start from bes ii course and 1st will be. Many Dendary lore Maidens on lingering Hope that they May fathom the future matrimonial Market in store for them thereby relieving their fear of spinster Hood. This is Arbor Day schools observe it to inculcate in the minds of pupils respect for growing Trees Arbor Day. Which is being generally observed in All states of the nation today particularly appeals to the pupils of the schools As a lesson Clay in planting of Green growing Beautiful and useful monuments As ail expression of their foresighted patriotism. The forests the streams the floaters. The Birds and wild animals contribute to their pleasure and happiness As Well As to Comfort and Prosperity. No boy or girl will be Able to serve Pennsylvania As patriotically As she deserves a who does not understand the relation which the forests Bear to the needs of civilization. Therefore each Pupil of the schools of Bristol ought to know the lesson of the Woods and become a devoted Friend of the movement inaugurated on Ai Bot Day. To restore by planting of Young Trees on this Day. The forests once known As Quot Pennis Woods. Mrs. David Warner enthuses Over visit to relatives foot hold others have been noticed to hang on passing trucks Ami tool. Ley cars. Gentlemen never before in the history of Tullytown have so Many cars and trucks of All descriptions passed through the town and it is hard for the boys and girls to realize the great danger of the roller skate practice. Animals Are sometimes used to Experiment on in order to save lives. The fact that a valuable dog was run Over and killed for John Summers. And a pet cat of Amos Lovett. By cars passing or. Main Street should be sufficient warning. Mrs. Headley s grandson married tomorrow Bristol. Penna. Not yet Learned that it was dangerous to attempt to pull the Wool Over the eyes of the town Folk with the Independent in the Field when he let his foot slip in the misleading editorial above referred to. The foregoing letter of thanks from the legion which is a counterpart of a number that have been sent out to those who did their mite toward helping to raise the music fund to at this Date the last of the Mill give a fitting military burial to the tary funerals for our returned com dead heroes from Europe As they a rades has taken place and we feel Rived Here was delayed owing to the greatly indebted to the Many kind illness of the adjutant or to the friends a who contributed so generous mis laying of the minutes of the 1 to oui cause. Meeting at a which the Resolution to we fully appreciate the fact that Send out the letters was passed. Formal opening of we. E. Dorony a free Croydon firehouse show tomorrow to Morow at High noon. Mrs. A. B. Headley or. And mrs. Stanford k. Runyan and daughter miss Elizabeth will attend the wedding of Henry skit in of Germantown grandson of mrs. Headley to miss Lillian Beck of Frankford. The ceremony xviii take place in is Marks episcopal Church. Real fraternal ism shown by Moose take sick member to Harrisburg sanitarium later to Jefferson Hospital a recent illustration of real fraternity among Lodge members of this town was shown a week ago when the members of the local Lodge of Moose had a fellow member of the order a who Eva under their care taken to Hamburg sanitarium for treatment. This member was employed at the merchant shipyard and rented a room at the Moose Home on Radcliffe Street where he Xmas taken ill. Care of the invalid then became a brotherly duty on the part of the local Lodge Aud a physician was called in regular attendance. As tin Many a illness developed it was diagnosed As tuberculosis and his re Moval to a sanitarium was suggested. Last week dictator John Vav. Rodgers of the local Lodge escorted the invalid to Hamburg. A. A weeks stay in the institution there warranted the physicians in charge diagnosing the Many Scase As an Al Init tit of tilt Throat instead of tuber colitis a pronounced by the physician attending the Man Here adding that the invalid ought to be removed to Jefferson Hospital for surgical instead of medical treatment. Dictator Rodgers on tuesday went to the up state sanitarium and escorted the sick Man to the Philadelphia Hospital. Will occur tomorrow evening when a dance who be held in new building Croydon xviii celebrate the opening of their new fire House on saturday night. October 29th, with a dance and Quot folks about town Quot night. The affair xviii be held under the auspices of the Croydon improve Niento association. The program will be featured by a number of new and old dances and novelties and the old will have their Chance xxx us the younger folks. Owing to tile size of the Hall the Sale of tickets xviii be limited so that those a who do not it t them Early xviii be unable to attend. Carpenters have been working for the past week on the floor and it promises to be the Hest Foi dancing in the District. A piano has been donated to the fire company by or. Harry Miller of China Lane. This dance will to tin opening of a series of events to be Given by the fire company at intervals throughout the Winter and every Effort xviii be made to entertain the people of Croydon and at the same time raise funds to Clear off the remaining Small debt on the building. Music for the dance on saturday night will he furnished by the american legion orchestra of Bristol. Members and friends Are invited to turn out. Mask and help the firemen make merry on their grand opening night. Two afternoon and two evening performances free at the Riverside theatre Croydon Republican club will entertain nov. 2nd Brunton s to entertain on All halloween on saturday evening october 29lh. Or. And mrs. In l. Brunion will be at Home to a Fexy friends. Cards will occupy the attention for a time. Refreshments will be served and the Ever present witches and Black cats of the season xviii undoubtedly help those present to Ever remember the Date. Besides guests from new York City and Atlantic City those who intend to be present from this Section will be Gladys Henk. Claudia chronicler Margaret Porter Adelia Wright Herbert Bloomfield. Lester Shoemaker and Horace Dyson. Mrs. David Warner has returned to Ber Home. 320 Lafayette Street after a four weeks visit with friends and relatives. The trip included visits to at least fifty or sixty families of relatives and friends and mrs. Warner states had she accepted invitations to stay Over night with All who import Ned her it would require a space of two years. While visiting at grat town she attended the county fair where she met nine nephews three of or. Warners Sisters a great number of cousins and other relatives. Mrs. Warner made the statement this week that she did not remember of Ever making a trip or visit so filled with Happy moments. One old aunt eighty years of age. Whom mrs. Warner had not seen for thirty years was among the visited. Til speaking of the products of the Section of country visited the Lark of apples and pointes was noted. In taking a fifty mile Auto ride. Not a single Apple tree w Ith fruit was seen. the Croydon Republican club will entertain their co workers from various parts of the township with their wives and friends on wednesday night november 2nd. It xviii be a get to Geilier rally of the township Republican forces for the deletion Battle which xviii be staged the following week. The club is planning an excellent entertainment and the meeting will be featured by speeches from the various Republican leaders. The affair w ill be Given in the new Croydon fire House at Patterson Avenue and state Road. Members Are urged to attend with their wives and friends. 250 garments made by Guild ladies this season the ladies present at the last meeting of the needlework Guild to be held for Hie present were mrs. Edgar Opdyke mrs. Hardy mrs. C. Anderson mis. T. Downing. Mrs. John Hargrave mrs. Win. Betz mrs. I. Irwin miss Martha Hughes mrs. D. O. Taylor mrs. Louis Spring and miss Esther Lawrence. About 250 garments have been made by these women who attend the sewing meetings during the past season. Cat plays piano and turned on electric Light presbyterian sunday school monthly social tonight this evening Many preparations which have been going on will he brought to a Climax when the members of the presbyterian sunday school will be Brough face to face with clowns Princess Dukes and maids each trying to Call former acquaintanceship. The occasion is the regular monthly social of the school Ami after a season of masquerading. Games will be played and refreshments served. All the members Are requested to be present. Or. Harry Wright of 235 Radcliffe Street heard a few notes played at random on the piano one night last week Atter to had retired and Down stairs he started to investigate. When half Way Down the stairs a Light suddenly came on and for a minute or. Wright was thoroughly frightened but does not admit that he turned White and trembled. The cat that had been walking Over the piano keys had sprung from the instrument to the table and in playing with the Chain of the electric Light caused the Ilumina-1 Hon. Never better satisfied than when giving pleasure to others William e. Boron tomorrow afternoon gives a free motion picture show to the children and grown ups of Bristol. The yearly picnic on the Island a which has been an inst Mon looked Forward to by the children of Bristol for years has made the owner of the ferry much loved by the Young hers and now with this free picture show he will indeed be put of the head of their list of favourites and this xviii More than repay this whole souled individual for his trouble and the expense he inca irs. There will be two matinees Given tomorrow at one of clock and at to rec in order that every youngster in the town May have an Opportunity to enjoy the films offered. In the evening children will not be admitted and there will also be two shows Given the first at seven of clot k and the second at nine. Tho first show admissions will he made Only by invitation and or. Doron has distributed hundreds of tickets to his tenants friends and neighbors. And those holding tickets will be the first admitted. 7#d tickets will be necessary for the second show and everyone will be most Welcome. The shows for this occasion have been booked by the management who will take Over the House for a permanent proposition saturday week and the feature Quot the forbidden City Quot a Bathe release is one of the most interesting and soul gripping stories Ever told of the mining country. Quot nonsense a a Mermaid comedy and the first two episodes of Quot the terror Trail Quot a serial will be shown. Remember everyone in Bristol is invited to attend either of the four performances and that the children will be welcomed at both of the afternoon shows. Y. P. B. County Institute held tomorrow afternoon do not forget the Institute of the county y. P. B. Society to be held on saturday afternoon and evening in the presbyterian Church. The delegates will bring a Box lunch and the local society will Droving hot chocolate. Ralph Appleton the county president xviii preside at the round table. Daughters of America Well dance on halloween the daughters of America Are making great preparations for the halloween dance to be held in the basement of mechanics hair on saturday tomorrow evening. Admission by card Only. Vandegrift orchestra will furnish the music. Prizes will be awarded to the Best dressed lady and gentleman and one to each for the most grotesque. Next Friday will be travel club guest Day next Friday is known to travel club members As guest Day. The meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Armand Morris 709 Radcliffe Street. Each member has the priv lege of inviting a Friend. The annual Mother and daughter banquet of the presbyterian Church will occur on Friday november the fourth

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