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Bristol Courier (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Bristol, Pennsylvania I news of the Levittown Community the Bristol a courier monday evening february 16. 1953 news of schools in area Page them orchestra picked for dance of Chic amb feb scary 28 know Yoor neighbor baby is it Art available ticket office set up on the 7 46 local a series of articles introducing the new residents of Levittown to the Community. Of so reciter the soft lights of the Quot Carousel in fidgety fire Hall and the Sweet music of a band will be featured at the first dance of Levittown civic association saturday feb. To Albert Kohl chairman of the Atwo rial Ion activities committee has announced. A seven piece orchestra has been engaged to play from nine until is. Kohl said. It is a band which has appeared at Many College and service connected dances in this area and has a Large following. Merchants in Bristol Morrisville and Trenton have donated a Large number of door Prises Kohll said. Refreshments will be available there will be plenty of parking space. Tickets for the informal dance Are available within easy walking distance of any Home in Levittown Kohll stated. Also anyone who wishes a baby Sitter for that eve Nung May get in touch with mrs. Margaret Mccarthy. 31 Bugar Reaple Lane. Mrs. Mccarthy chairman of the association s welcoming com Muttee has a list of baby Sitters who can be interviewed. The tickets May be purchased at the Homes of these persons mrs. Ralph Howell. 23 White Spruce Lane Norma Jean be Cert 22 Shepherd Lane Doris Kohll 74 Shepherd Lane Lee Wolk. To Sunset Lane Mary Sloan. Sis Lakeside drive Lillian Hough. Of Lilac Lane mrs. Jay w. Lord. Or. 262 Pinewood drive Sylvia Olin 20 summer Lane mrs. Norman Heck to Maple Lane Harriet Kneller 6 Greenwood Lane Laura Paul. 136 greenbrook drive. Tickets also May be purchased on the last car of the 7.46 morning train to Phila. Jan. Is the Day William l. Cornell and his wife Mamie moved to 37 Mountain Lane was two Days too late for their son Donald Bustard to live Here. Donald went into the army Jan. 20. And is now stationed at fort knot Kentucky. However be visited the Home several times and helped his parents move some of their things into it. A daughter of or. And mrs Cor and Quincy As a Shi Fliter second class. He is now a Drill press operator for the Yale a Towne manufacturing co. John c. Kalapos and his wife Evelyn of 5 Mountain Lane Are both swimmers. He was on the varsity swim eng teams of Trenton High school n. J., and Colgate University. N. Y. Or. And mrs. Kalapos Are both graduates of Trenton High. And Nail Beatrice Bullard. It. Is look were born in that City. He Grade tag for a Job in a nearby factory. I ated from Colgate after studying after working two years for there and at notre Dame Ulver Rosenau bros., dress manufactur-1 atty. Ind., in the Marine corps of ars in Phila. Another daughter mrs. Joseph Kathryn Lassaro. Lives in Phila., with her family. The Cornell lived in North Phila. Before coming Here. He was born in that City my she in Virginia. Mrs. Cornell lived in Maryland for Many years flyers training program during world War la. He la a member t f Alpha Tau Omega National fraternity. After 4tt years absence from the Eastern u. 8. The couple returned last november and moved Here Jan. 6. They were in before joining the army. Donald St. Louis mo., and Denver. Col., was Art director of Supplee. Biddie where he managed offices of remand Stelts Phila. He la a graduate in ton Rand. Inc. Of Dobbins vocational school. Or. Cornell was in the Navy during world War ii. And sailed on the cruisers u. 8. 8. Tuscaloosa or. Kalapos now works at the Fairless u. S. Steel works As Gas Washer operator in an open Hearth Furnace. A Simross awards Fanner Bristol grocer pm Ian a from Pace of several years. In 1911 the grocery Arm of Groff. Brudon co. Was organised by or. Brudon and Samuel w. Groff they having bought out George l. Horn at 241-43 Mhz Street this firm was later known As Brudon Wallace co. Service will be held at 1.30 p. In. Tomorrow at the late Home of the deceased with further service at two o clock in St. James p. H. Church. The Rev. George in Boswell of St James Church and the Rev. Edward g. Yeomans of Bristol fire Mansilp gardening nature personal health. Arling Cooley basketry. Lee Fleck Rabbit Raisin Krik Johnson Cement work Cutis Enship in the Home. Fire Mansilp nature pioneering scholarship Jack Rich Home repairs music George Sipes hiking fire Mansilp. Home repair Leroy g. St a met s personal health. William p. Stomata personal health Crew no. 66. Quakertown. Wayne Lippman fireman ship. Troop no. 68, Warrington Franklin Ace first Ald Public health Keith Akers first am. Safety Andy Beck Public health Alfred Breinig Public health. Cooking David Brinker cooking. William Garges Dairying farm Mechanic Donald gee Art first Ald. Home repairs Public health Alfred Hartley camping Public heal Hcharles Hayes Public health. Robert Rotbert first am fireman ship Public health Thomas b. Igoe cooking first am Public health Danny Kip Peny first am Public health Robert Massaro first Aid. Public health Robert Matje Public health. Bradley Moore horse Mansilp. Troop no. 66, Silverdale Dale Moore Home repairs. Safety per so Aal health. Leonard Knapp personal healt Clyde Kramer Persona health. Photography. Safety scholarship troop no. 66, Ivyland Jack Brabason Clits in shop in the Community. Clatl Enship in the Home. Farm layout and Johnson troop no. 58, Warrington Donald v Lee Thomas Igoe George Tettemer David Brinker Alfred Breinig. Robert Hoffman troop no. 69, Buckingham John Scott Howard Christensen. John Detwyler troop no. 62. Parkland William Gotwald. Robert Meyers or. Troop no. 81, Springfield twp., Donald Weierbach. Life rank troop no. 8, Hartsville John c. Wobensmith troop no. To. Lower Wakefield Tom Hampton. Herbert Hausmann or. Troop no. 19. Langhorne George m. Emend or. William a. Eton and troop no. 24, Doylestown Sydney Chilman Robert Mcnealy troop no. 61, Milford. N. J., Walter Bird Harry Bird. Post no. 61, Milford n. J., Richard 8. Bartleman troop no. 89, Buckingham. Fred Fielding troop no. 69. Croydon George w. Schmunk. Robert bet Tollne troop no. 78, Feasterville. Richard Delgado troop no. 81, Springfield twp., August Kesslerjr. Eagle Bronte Palm troop no. 56, Quakertown. Wayne Lippman. Scouts and explorers who were awarded the Eagle scout rank during the 1952-53 year Eagle awards Joseph Hughes or. Warrington no. 58 Angelo Baratucci. Warrington no. 58 Robert Neher. Bristol no. 2 Franklin Pennell. ., Leith none no. 19 Victor Gilbert. Quakertown no. 56 Louis White. Bristol no. 2 Graydon Vaught Andalusia no. 17 Joseph Bates. Newportville no. 44 Robert Armstrong. Langhorne no. 19. Eagles to receive the Clatl Enship pledge Lloyd Yeakel James Mitchell Thomas Kulpe. John m. Smith. Explorers who were awarded the Silver award during the 1952-58 year James Benson. Plumstead no. So Kenneth vines. Plumstead no. 30. All Public private and parochial schools in the Bristol urea Are invited to Send Newt items for publication in this column which appears frequently. Ary teacher. She has a . Degree in elementary education from Allegheny College Meadville a. Was represented at the world affairs Council in Phila., Hijack Quot Lee and i Charles Krajank on feb. 9th, or. Phillip Jacobs of University of Penna spoke on the political dec it Hullm a new neighbor Quot to mimic and social changes in Yugo we it Hui Bludeau on re. 11# Slavia under Tito s regime. The u. A steel corp. Showed a a High Nea Hominy District tuesday feb. 17, will be an in service Day for teachers of the be Shamony joint school District and schools will not be in session that Day or. Oliver 8. Heckman District superintendent announced today. High school teachers will go to Atlantic City to study Quot planning a school journey Quot while teachers in the elementary schools will prepare i it , . I ii Jio Wil Dorough Tullytown. Feb. 16 the teachers of Tullytown school will attend an in service meeting tuesday at Loafer Southampton school and hear a panel discussion Quot the study of children and their participating will be or. Lots Gould of Cheltenham As consultant. Three Penn Bury seniors will attend the Southeastern District chorus at Abington on March 28, namely Dorothy Kellett of Alising ton lots Cobb Yardley and Quot Don Quot Doheny of fall sin it on. Aii members of the senior High chorus they have if you re not sure whether your Sweet Cream has gone sour a Pinch of Salt in it will prevent curdling even in hot Coffee. Or. Jesse Lasear died sept. It 1900. Experimenting to Stop yellow fever. Penn Bury District Penn Bury s shop boys recently turned out some Nice products for the Home. Among them Are lamps tables bookshelves planter boxes. Some of the boys whose protects i. Tomp.1, a Ter and i. Nick . Jack Helen Giles elementary super Masterson and Wilson Drews. Visors. Wednesday the Junior class of the High school attended a classical play in new York City. The trip was under the supervision of miss j Helen Cox. Or. Heckman explained the purpose of the trips were to give the students a better understanding of literature and dramatic styles. The social studies department Canby Boom by International news service americans afe indulging their Sweet tooth More East pm year a Candy manufacturer says. Mac bar but lading arrangement farm me-1 rec a president of Barriconi. Inc., Cha ties fishing forestry Steve exp Al Ned the r s Pabloc now con. Vanrensselaer it basketry poultry. Une than i too too too keeping i troop no. 6, Milltown Worth of Candy a year he called a Quot Quot Quot it Quot a�?�?�?~7�?�Quot township Welcome a new teacher. 12 an Quot outstanding year for j egg Nancy Mcevoy of Doylestown Candy sales and expects Candy sales to keep rising this year. i or to Oriston i own snip Many of the Bristol township teachers Are visiting the convention i of the american association of school administrators at Atlantic City. The exhibit which includes j everything from models of new build nge throughout the nation to school buses. Is an outstanding event for educators. With the planned new schools for Bristol township interest is High in the particular Fields of architectural designs classroom furniture heating construction costs and in be curriculum ideas. Ratings will be scheduled throughout the entire week with nationally known speakers is the guests of the administrators. The professional staff of the elementary schools in Bristol Dale Detweiler first presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial in Bristol cemetery will be health Joseph Mcdermott Public in charge of John c. Black funeral t health John or Sechowski Pione director. Friends May Call this eve Erling forestry. Anthony Rudolph Nung. Eggs and issues Topeka. A. A in a Virg Hill Public relations director for that Kansas state Highway commis bion is serving again this year As Munt Fred Fielding aviation first am Public health George Tettemer basketry cooking. First Aid. Public health Nolan West first Aid. Public health. Troop no. 69, Buckingham. John Detwyler Clit Enship in the com township. Ald. I troop no. 69, Croydon. Paul Lipiarski hiking Robert bet Tollne hiking troop no. 78, Feasterville Richard Delgado hiking music. Public health safety. Weather Arnold Footland woodcarving Harry Meyers athletics troop no. 79, Perkasie. Robert Berger Reading Jon Groff music. Alfred Kraut Public health Post no. 79. Perkasie. John w. Butterwick athletics life saving troop no. 81, Springfield township Gordon allem fireman ship John f. Glose Home repair August j. Kessler Automo Biling fireman ship hiking. Nature Public health Reading Ray l. Myer Metal working. Plumbing. 8tar ranks Post no. I Sellersville David Weidemoyer troop no. 4, Quakertown John Detweiler Dennis Steskal Frank Tarantino troop no. 6, Churchville. Richard Raab. William f. Caul or. Troop no. 8, Hartsville. Tony parsonese Peter h. Smith Charles stir Man troop no. To lower Wakefield Charles Loucks Richard Carlsen troop no. 17. Andalusia Jerry Freeman Post no. 18, Doylestown Peter a chief Cooke and toastmaster for j it Jegeni ii in the Community the third series of meetings of the cooking it wildlife management Quot eggs and issues breakfast club. I James Franklin first am person the breakfasts Are matings a Pon a Hwi the f John Hubbard Avias ored by the Kansas state chamber Public health Robert Pler of Commerce during the legislative nature John 8cott aviation Knauss troop no. 19, Langhorne. A Ltd Quot set Isis personal . Pioneer Robert Bond. John b. tutors Tate official., lobbyist., in by troop a 61. Maple 8had�, Russell Straub scholarship troop no. 62, Parkland. It Titan Gotham the dirigible Shenandoah was destroyed in an Ohio Tordi 14 killed sept. 3, 1925. Businessmen and newsmen. Left Over bread by International news service left Over Rolls biscuits muffins or. Troop no. 20, Newtown Norman Cloud Post no. 43, Bowman s Hui Robert c. Parsons troop no. 44, Newportville. Jack Weston and Corii bread need not turn into or stale wast. Spread them with hut jvcopm7� Villi Ter or Margarine and Toast in the a camping first oven next Day for a hot serving. Physical development Public or let them dry out completely he a the troop 7 and Roll into crumbs for Kitchen t a in Hawthorne Public recipe use. Left Over bread can also i be used to pad out meat and casserole dishes if soaked in water and ground before adding. Physical development Robert troop no. 51, Milford. N. J., Erik sin air fuel Oil i extra value no Exira cosi g. E. Ashworth state Road. Bristol a. Hmm by Tiki Shi is been employed As an Elemen let the doctor write it # free advice May he costly. Let your doctor make a careful diagnosis and write a prescription. Then of course we Hope you la bring the prescription to us for our precise compounding. Thank you Bristol a United drag store 9 Nill he Bristol pm Pho Iii Sib �?�947 How Sinclair rd-ii9 saves Oil Burner Troubie protects against clogged strainers my in with Ordinary m Oil rust caused by moisture condensate dogs the Strainer and Bunker nozzle of Yow Oil bunter. This nut can came you trouble and repair expense can even Stop Yow Burner dead. Bot Sinclair fad Oil contains rd-1 iwo Stool Miracle rust inhibitor. Used regularly rd-ll9 Stop rat helps Yon get trouble free economical of heating Comfort ii Witter Tong. Yet Sinclair Anu re fuel Oil Coria no Tom Durn Ordinary fuel Oil. Of Tyosh &uf4uuuo Only loan s Sinclair run Oil with re ii i Fie amp Taa amp to Koet g. E. Ashworth state Road Bristol pal phone Bristol 2666_ in a up to $2000 m compare save ii California was admitted is a free state sept. 9, 1860. §1 a Welcome Wagon sponsors will serve you Well Pogni an sisal a iwo Cass nov id month to pc Cllvin Pav in no i Cash you is Mommy a i a Ici i i Mimm i $210.00 319.60 Filiti $ 14.63 sees thee 34s0.40 v 39.68 4066.09 t Tomo i 46,00 j Aam i a a chm a Sehmann fuss web one visit sir Vicki Phons of co i in. Today finance corporation team up in $300 consumer discount co. Dram i $900 Soo Miu St. Ground Hoot phone Bristol ss7s Bristol my buy at Hom ill lip Meu i a Metal. He plume a attn sail a Mabl Waif or a a win i Ian Hind $ ways sex tit i $2.95 8pncbi5 a Iii a Radcliff St Call Bristal uis furniture a ski Welcome Wagon grtl0 free. Residents kitchens Al bathrooms beautifully modernized dutch Halls Stork fronts play rooms Gar auks singling stairways brickwork roof line e Tiu masonry carpentry heating systems end repairs additions Mumm years to i by Bank rates Imo d0wr payment not a m0rt6a6e i i a property need roti i re Clear i Ion any Job up to 10,0001 or. Albert a. Goldstein optometrist 242 Mill St. 2nd Floo Bristol a it Joi to Urc m to sum. Ii a do ret hmm a Maas olm fee Yew a Wanrass Nils Kym Mutt a Niini millions sos tilt j a Jay Vee to Mea. A Trenton 2-5152 Call now operators a duty at hour inel Udla sunday u Camden a South Jersey fall cinemas 87890 free estimates no obligations Tri by i Mai hoc Psi hoo., Thor Fri s a. M. To a it. Toreador a a in m. Wad. Aud rut i a i p. A other hour or Appu Tutmon i j. S. Lynn i jeweler and dispensing optician gift for All occasion for tho particular rationally advertised watches Ard silverware 312 Street phone 5830 Bitol Penna. 0&Quot Complete watch sad jewelry be pair department Eves examined glasses fitted p descriptions filled take advantage now easy Tommo for n super value Philco Model a Jelsi picture is both tag get Eliud better than Many of fast ooh a called 17-Inch sate. Como 11 for a Fine s4 Seamer Laie Levittown pm Phan Britts 7411 we notice Bristol twp. Tax payers Aff 1952 taxes Are now delinquent end should be paid 1962 personal and per capita taxes will shortly be placed in the hands of the delinquent collector end then collected from your employer with All extra costs added. Phi ice Deve tuned Kylii Tricel face All Oless picture tube new for �?T63�?ifs optic engineered to eliminate flare yours now even de lowest Price. Liberal Trade in allowance for Youri old Sot. Toke opts 24 months a a ru8-mar applicant appliances television Cor. Lincoln ave. A Wood St photos

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