Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 2 Sep 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - September 2, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks Coutt Independent Bristol. A. Friday. September 2, 1921 chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence of miss Christy Turner of 320 Lafayette Street has returned from a weeks visit to Asbury Paik n. Mrs. Edward Mcllvain and daughter. Mary spent tuesday and Over night with mrs. Clarence War ton of Morrisville formerly Bristol. Or. Clayton Force of Washington Street is spending the week at at lactic City n. Miss Margaret Mcginnis of Penobscot is spending two weeks with her Cousin miss Agnes Weiss of new Buckley Street. Mrs. Albert Rothenberg and daughter Ruth of 3 42 Lafayette Street have returned from a week a visit with friends at Headley Manor. Miss Helen Jones of 316 Lafayette Street will spend the week end at sea Side Heights n. J., in the Home of relatives. Willard Collins of game address will accompany her. Or. And mrs. M. E. Morgan who have been making a visit with mrs. Morgans parents or. And mrs. George Hussey attended the wedding on wednesday of or. Morgans sister at sheep a head Bay Long Island. Or. Morgan acted As Best Man. Miss Alice Hussey of Dorrance Street who has been to Nova Scotia and other Points of interest returned to her Home on saturday last. Miss Hussey spoke at length of Ner visit to Evangeline a country and was very exuberant Over her trip. Miss Charlotte Betz of 82 5 Raci Cliffe Street is spending a month with her sister mrs. Mark Walter of Coatesville. Mrs. Olive Brown and Walter Smith both of 517 Radcliffe Street Are making an extended trip through Canada and great lakes. Mrs. Edward Edwards and two daughters and son Are spending some time with mrs. Edwards parents or. And mrs. T. Roper of Maple Beach. Or. N. Taylor Harrison of Trenton n. J., brother of mrs. George Ardrey or. Thomas Harper and or. George Ardrey have been spending a week at the catskills n. Winifield Black formerly of Bristol now of Baltimore md., was a visitor in town on thursday August 2 5th. Mrs. William Verga and daughter miss Mary both of Atlantic City n. J., and miss Pauline Pegg of Muncy ind., Are making an extended visit with or. And mrs. Harry Wright of 235 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. S. Heiges and two sons of Shippensburg have been making a visit with or. And mrs. Frank Lehman of 316 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Heiges is a sister of mrs. Lehman. Miss Mary Lehman left on Friday last to join some school friends belonging to the fraternity of Kappa Kappa Gamma at la summer non at Lake Hopatcong n. J., of the president of the society. About Twenty six were invited. Miss Mary Bannan miss Sarah Lake both of Philadelphia miss o. Heitmuller Walter Heitmuller of Washington d. C., and master Walter Turner of Newark n. J., were guests for last week end of or. And mrs. William Wilson of 500 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Sarah Smith of Harrisburg has been spending several Days this past week with her Friend mrs. Henry Baker of 1028 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. M. Hill and three children spent two Days last week at the Chalfont Atlantic City. Miss Ann Carter of Fallsington is spending a week with her aunt mrs. Robert Kink of 117 Mulberry Street. Or. And mrs. James Larue entertained the Independent card club and a few other friends on saturday evening last at their Home 803 Radcliffe Street. Miss Emily Clark of Richmond va., returned to her Home on tuesday after spending a week with or. And mrs. F. E. Sellman of 725 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Annie Warden of 920 Radcliffe Street went to Asbury Park on won Esau August 24 the to spend a few Days at the cottage of or. And mrs. A. Stackhouse formerly Bristol residents. Miss Ellen Gilkeson left on tues a Day to spend several weeks at Asbury Park n. Mrs. Martha Smith of Roxboro is spending to o weeks with mrs. Ellen Gilkeson of 920 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Jennie Nealson and three daughters who have been spending the summer with or. And mrs. Adam Smith of 224 Walnut Street have returned to to Weir Home Detroit Mich. Mrs. S. F. Wright of 502 Pond Street is spending a week with 1 friends in Philadelphia. Or. William Smith of 500 Pond Street spent several Days last week with his sister at Belvidere n. Or w. H. Cooper of Edgely is spending a week with friends in sea Girt n. James Cooper son of or. And mrs. W. H. Cooper is visiting for ten Days with relatives in Philadelphia. Joseph Ahart of Phillipsburg n. J., is expected tomorrow to spend the week end and labor Day with his brother Benjamin Ahart of Pond Street. Cigarette to sea 1 i n the delicious Burley tobacco flavor. Its toasted Kos 500 miss Elizabeth Warden of Edgely left on wednesday to spend sever Al Days with or. And son of Rahway n. Miss Ruth Atkinson who has been spending the summer with her grandparents or. And mrs. It. Ped lick of Beaver Street has returned to her Home in Rahway n. Or and mrs. William Hary or. And mrs. Charles Jackson of 624 Pine Street expect to leave tomorrow to spend the week end and labor Day at Belmar. They will be the guests of or. And mrs. Reardon formerly of Bristol. Or. V. M. Babb of Greenville s. C., has returned to his Home after spending a month with his Cousin Bradley Ardrey. Or. Houston Roper of Laurens s. C., spent the week end with his Cousin mrs. George Ardrey of 623 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Russel Force and daughter Evelyn of 6 16 Pond Street and miss Helen Force of Burlington n. J., left today to spend several Days with relatives in Lambertville n. Miss Winifred Hussey is permanently located at St. Margaret s memorial Hospital at Pittsburgh. I miss Eva King of Dorrance Street is spending two weeks with relatives in Wilmington Del. Or. And mrs. T. Martin and son Charles of Detroit Mich., Are spending two weeks a Villi mrs. Martins parents or. And mrs. Arthur Gamble of 2 46 Cedar Street. Miss Amanda Hein of Long Island i3 expected tomorrow with a Friend to spend a week with or. And mrs. Howard Appleton of 352 Lafayette Street. Mrs. George speak and two children of Wilson and Jackson streets spent the week end with relatives at port Reading n. Miss Florence Albertson of port Reading n. J., came on monday from Virginia to spend some time Writh her sister mrs. Speak of Wilson and Jackson streets. Mrs. Irvin Scheffey of 346 Lafayette Street is spending a week with relatives in Pottstown. Or. And mrs. Clarence Garretson of 920 Pond Street spent the weekend in Tacony with relatives. Miss Pearl Mcnally of Morrisville is spending the week end with her Cousin miss Lillian White of 34 0 Lafayette Street. Or. And mrs. Horace Fleckinstein mrs. A. Atkin Virs. Lemuel Vandegrift and daughter miss Marian both of Eddington returned last evening from a weeks visit to Atlantic City. Mrs. William Woodhouse of Edgely entertained last evening the ladies Aid society of Union Church. Or. And mrs. Alpheus Peterson of Edgely Are making an extended visit with their daughter at Somerville n. 1 mrs. Jesse l. Booz formerly of Bristol now residing at t lie friends Home at Newtown fell in her room on Friday last and fractured her hip and wrist. Or. And mrs. William g. Buck i Man of 933 Radcliffe Street leave j tomorrow for a two weeks sojourn among the poconos. Mrs. E. Quimby of Boston mass., is the guest for a month of her daughter mrs. L. Anderson of 1002 Radcliffe Street. And family move today of to or. Isaac Webb Penn Street will Pleasantville n. Warner Lukemire of Trenton has been spending two weeks with his grandparents or. And mrs. David Warner of Lafayette Street. Miss Dorothy Warner of 320 Lafayette Street is making a weeks visit with her sister at Eddystone n. Or. Harry White of 340 Lafayette Street leaves on sunday with the sons of veterans to spend labor Day at Gettysburg. Or. And mrs. William c. Le-1 compte and son Cooper of 430 Rad j Cliffe Street or. And mrs. Clifford l. Anderson motored on saturday last in or. Andersons car to spend the week end with mrs. Lecompte s sister who has a summer Home in j the poconos. Mrs. Thomas j. Quintin of Philadelphia was the guest for several Days last week of miss Sarah m. Hawke of 218 Mulberry Street. Or. And mrs. William Cooke of Philadelphia were her guests on saturday. Or. And mrs. Emil Metzgar Are spending two weeks in the poconos. or. And mrs. Howard Thornton of 24 9 Cedar Street go on monday for a ten Days visit with relatives at peach Bottom Lancaster county. Miss Alice Lippincott of Wood Street will return on monday next to resume her duties on the 5th. Miss Lippincott has just spent five weeks of her vacation with relatives in Wilmington Del. Rev. And mrs. Bingham return i de on tuesday after a visit of two weeks with relatives in Media. George Ardrey and sister Annie children of or. And mrs. Malpas Ardrey of 212 Mulberry Street returned on monday after a two weeks via it with relatives in Philadelphia. Or. Johnathan Wright and family moved on monday August 29th, from 1028 Radcliffe Street to the residence of mrs. E. Peirce and lately occupied by t. Turner and family next fabians drug store. Miss Anna a Wetherington of 312 Wood Street is making an extended visit with or. And mrs. Harold Hei Herington of it. Vernon n. Miss Florence Cook formerly of 417 Radcliffe Street was a caller on friends Here on the 24th. Miss Cook now resides in Philadelphia. Miss Kate Mcdonald of Bath Street is spending a week with relatives in Wildwood n. Mrs. John Heslop of Edgely has returned to her Home after spending a week with her daughters in Camden n. Or. And mrs. Sidney Morris of 722 Radcliffe Street Are rejoicing Over the birth of a son born on Friday August 26th. Miss Helen Grigsby of Trenton was the guest this week for several i Days of or. And mrs. Samuel w. Black of Cedar and Market streets. Or. And mrs. S. W. Black and son j John leave tomorrow to spend the week end and labor Day at Asbury Park n. Miss Clara King returned on saturday last from a weeks trip to Boston. Or. Howard Booz of Greenville mass., was a recent Over night guest of his parents or. And mrs. William Booz of Cedar Street. Or. Booz was Enro Ute for Pittsburgh on a business trip. Miss Margaret Leatherman employed in the office of Gilkeson amp James is spending her vacation Days at her Home in Doylestown. Or. And mrs. Lester Thorne of Edgely or. And mrs. E. Hendricks and mrs. Frank Weik leave tomorrow for an Auto trip to Baltimore Annapolis and Washington to be gone several Days. Miss Rachel Baldwin of Bryn mawr is spending a week with her aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Frank Baldwin of Pine Grove. Miss Helen Taylor of 604 Bath Street returns today from a two weeks visit with her aunt in Brooklyn. Miss Marian Wear erf Bath Street has returned from a two weeks visit i with relatives in Holm Esburg. I mrs. John Mchugh of Corson Street has returned from a two weeks visit with relatives in Hazel ton and Vicinity. Or. And mrs. Thomas j. Waters i and three children of Buckley Street motored on monday to spend a few Days with relatives in Jersey City. Mass Gertrude Finney a former a teacher Here and who has been teaching in Florida for three years was a caller in Bristol this week i miss Finney expects to teach in this f Vicinity this coming season. Miss Anna Schaeffer and miss Anna Jeffries both of a6 7 Bath Street Are spending a w Eek at Ocean Grove. With her Mother mrs. E. R. Whom ton of Bath Street. Or. E. B. Minster of 567 Bath Street is spending a week in Asbury Park. Miss Adele Myers daughter of or and mrs. Richard Myers of 145 Otter Street has enrolled for a two years course at Drexel and will begin her studies september 26th, in the Domestic science and Art depart ments. Lewis Myers accompanied by his Cousin John Smith of Philadelphia has returned from a w Eek a visit to Ocean City. Miss Sarah Taylor of Collingdale has been the guest of or. Julia i a Slack prior to the sailing of miss Slack tomorrow for Europe. Mrs. Owen Evans and son Charles have been spending a number of Days this week with mis. Evans sister at North Glenside. Extra it tastes better than it used to taste because you Haven to had anything like it in so Long a time. Ask your dealer. You la be surprised pals Orange pineapple ice a Orange Lemon ice colonial ice Cream company products Are the Best yet or. Dealer you will enjoy More business when you sell colonial ice Cream 1 Here a a dealer near your Home. A i mrs. Charles a. Zimmerman of Brooklyn n. Y., will spend the week end and labor Day with Hei sister mrs. G. A. Taylor of 604 Bath Street. Mrs. A Wetherington of Locust Street is spending several Days in Philadelphia with relatives. Or. And mrs. Bowman of 569 Bath Street left on wednesday to spend a week with their daughter mrs. Winifred Black of Baltimore. Miss Laurine Thornton of Brooklyn is spending her vacation Days a a Pearson a final closing Sale at j half prices at the end of a big season and in preparation for our fall j and Winter business we will close out All Spring and summer Stock y at v2 Price. I planning a one piece frock Why not use this style made up in either Serge Tri coletto or velour with or without braiding a it will make you a trim and modish Street dress. The new Mccall pattern a with a a printed instructions makes it possible for every woman whether she has had sewing experience or not to sew at Home successfully Beautiful All Wool Serge 44 inches wide Black and Navy $1.25 cd. Wools Germantown Wool Shetland floss Silver glow knitting worsted Columbia knitting books 25c and 50c m Edward Callahan Buckley Street elks Home Radcliffe Street Townsend restaurant Mill Street George Johnson Otter Street Crawford a grocery Beaver dam Road Joe Chamberlain Pond Street the Washington House Wood and Washington streets Charles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets Wii Yno amp Nocita Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss Pond Street h. Schemeley Bath Street Tony Ragno 1 Lincoln Avenue John Shire 502 Jefferson Avenue a mrs. Coyle Buckley Street %. S �5 a �5 �58 Bristol Harriman attractive territory open for new agencies Tracy amp Baker Wjk. Specials 69c voiles and Organ Dies at. 39c remnants of Muslin voiles and Lawn All marked at v2 Frice Odd lot of ladies shirt waists All sizes.65c extra size ladies my amp Lin gowns .89c House dresses $3.50 and $3.00 House dresses at.$195 girls and boys hosiery girls and boys Hose in White Black and Brown the Best Quality 25c Percale new lot of Percale in Plain and fancy stripes and checks at .19c a a mrs. T. Brownlee 555 Bath Street Bristol a. R. R. Pearson phone 74m Bristol a. Msosmt5ki51iisbm�kuseibsi is5b6iililh�5y5hs� Chandler six g a a. Now a a $1785 August 1913 August 1921 $1785 $1785 what the Chandler motor Means to you it Means much to you. It is the exclusive Chandler in Oto found under the Hood of no other car. It was Designe y Chandler engineers eight years ago and has been Deve l and refined by the same engineers through All these Yeai s. A a thousands of owners named it a the marvelous. O. And it is distinctly that. The Chandler motor is a in t Power. It furnishes All the Speed that any right Mac e could Ever want to use. It readily climbs m High a y. Hill or Long Mountain ascent that any car can . Easily and smoothly through deep Sand or mud. You can throttle it Down to three Miles an 1 tested traffic and step away like a Flash from less its flexibility is not surpassed. the Chandler motor never overheats no in the Day How hard the pull or How fast the Speed. Before you buy any other car see the Chandler i i $1785 seven passenger touring car .$1785 four pcs Send i run St r. Two passenger roadster. .$1785 four a Nger dispatch cai.$1865limousine.$3385 fates i. A Cord tires Standard equipment _ _ _ a it i i Street Charles Parker Bristol a. Vomm we my
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