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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                 ENTERPRISE  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1917  NUMBER 12  Get the Habit  Put away a little money every week in your home Savings Bank  It is the safest place you can put it.  It can be withdrawn at any time.  It pays highest rate of interest of any safe investment.  BUSINESS HOURS  Every Day from 9 A. M, to 3 P. M.—Holidays Excepted Also Friday and Saturday, 7 to 9 P. M.  Assabet Institution for Savings  Incorporated March 31, 1904  MAYNARD, MASS-  WEST ACTON  PLUMBING HEATING RANGES  AUSTIN McRAE  . Concord, Mass, Office 336-M Tel. Residence 319-W  ADVERTISE IN THE ENTERPRISE  Prank W. Bulette has a new Ford touring car.  J. S. Hoar is building the new addition at Hall Bros. Co. mill.  J. A. Goding returned to work Monday after an illnoss of two weeks.  A supper and roll call of Winona Rebekah lbdge will take place at the next regulai meeting.  Mrs. Welch of Newton has taken possession of the. property purchased of Mrs. Mary Stevens.  C. D. Cram and C. A. Durltee have assisted selling tickets at the Ayer station the past two Sundays.  Mrs. Fuller of Medford has. been spending the past two weeks at the home of Mrs.'Sarah Hutchlns.  Eugene McCarthy has accepted position as bookkeeper at a paper mill at Pepperell, and will move his fani'ly there.  Several from hero attended the fair and entertainment at the Universallst church at South Acton Thursday and Friday evenings.  Mrs. Ruth Gould succeeds Mrs Alice Carlisle, who resigned as superintendent of the Primary department of the Baptist Sunday school.  Mr. and Mrs. F. R. KnowRon left Tuesday for St. Petersburg, Fla., where they will spend the winter at the home of Dr. Roscoe H. Knowlton.  E. H. Hall and Mr. Baxter attended a meeting and banquet held at Lowell Friday evening for the Y. M. C. A. Red Triangle campaign which is on this week.  A good number from here attended the Baptist Sunday school association meeting at Fltchburg, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday night was held a big parade and Gov. Mllliken of Maine was one of the speakers. .  Mrs. Fred McDonald of Westerly, R. I., is spending the winter at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fetters, while her husband, Rev. Fred McDonald, has gone to France in the interest of Y. M. C. A. work.  MAYNARD  CONCORD  Miss May Leplne of Hudson was the guest of friends here Sunday.  William Hunt began work this week as night spinner at the Assabet Mills.  Private Joseph •Chldley, Co. E, 38th U. S. Inf., Is at Camp Greene, North Carolina.  Rolfe Kilby of Yantlc, Ct„ was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Randell, Maple st.  Mr. and Mrs. Irving Astwood moved their household furnishings to Glea-sondale Thursday.  Private Patrick Pine of Camp Dev-ens was the guest of relatives at Lowell over the week end.  Albert Ledgard and Leo Lowney attended an invitation party held at the Boston Opera house Wednesday evening.  Miss Ethel Parmenter visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parmenter, at Worcester over the week  end.  Hep. Rowland P. Harriman is chairman of the Committee for the Red Triangle Y. M. C. A. fund for the town of Stow.  CLOSED CAR  It is at once a man's car and a woman's car  Uncommon beauty and luxury, appeal alike to both sexes— as do the substantial construction, light weight and economy of operation.  It will pay you to visit us and examine this car  The gasoline consumption is unusually low The tire mileage is unusually high  Sedan or Coupe, $1350; Touring Car or Roadster, Winter Touring Car or Roadster, $1050 (All prices f. o. b. Detroit)  BEDFORD  V  4  Agents for Maynard, Concord,',The;Actons, Boxborj and Stow  Call, write or phone  TORREY ù VI ALLE,  DISTRIBUTORS  Main a»  Waiden Streets Concord, Mass. f  TELEPHONE 245-R or 8622  At the next regular meeting of Assabet aerie, F. O. E., the officers for the ensuing year will be placed in nomination.  Philip Morgan, son of Mrs. Paul H. Morgan, formerly Lessie Maynard of this town, is in France with the U S. Artillery.  v   Mildred and Mabel Comeau, Linden st, attended a linen shower tendered Miss Grace Lizotte at Worcester Wednesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. William May of Dorchester -were the guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Julia May, over the week end.  Miss Pauline Bent, who has been the guest of friends at New York city and vicinity, the ipast six weeks, arrived home Saturday.  Raymond Coulter received a letter during the week from James Cronin, seaman on the U. S. S. Birmingham, from Gibraltar.  Private Robert Cleary of the U. S. Regulars has been assigned to Mounted Police duty in Lowell and other cities of this State. ■  The Misses May Fearns, May Sullivan and Mabel Lowney witnessed the performance of "Turn to the Right" aï Boston, Saturday.  George Vflrney, expert employed by the C. M. H. railroad, occupies the hoiifie- I on' ; fc!oncoi-d st., formerlr"owrréd by Mrs. Sarah Jannell.  William -0'. Strout moved the furniture of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcox from Manchester, Ct, to Nashua, N. H., during the past week. ' Next Sunday evening at the Union Congregational church the singers from the Russian Orthodox of Maynard will fender several selections.  William Scully sr., Mr. and Mrs. William Scully jr. and Mrs. Lizzie White were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Werner at Marlboro.  Mr. and Mrs James Mahoney moved during the week and now occupy the house on Lincoln st., formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stanley.  George Cheney, with the Naval Reserve forces at Wakefield, was the guest of Wis grandmother, Mrs. Henry Cheney, Spring lane, over the week end.  Raymond Connors,' son of Cornelius 'Connors, formerly a resident here, who is in France with the 104th XT. S. Infantry, is reported ill in the hospital there.  A special meeting of the" Carpenters' union will be held at . Masonic hall Friday evening. Six candidates will be initiated and a collation will be served.  Mr. and Mrs. John Garnett and son John of Lawrence and Miss Mabel Wright of Andover, were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spënce, Elm st.  M an a gar Charles Spence of the Maynard soccer team is in communication with the Camp Devens soccer team and expects to arrange a game to be played 1  here soon.  The annual fair of the Mission Congregational Churdh,. Walnut st., will be held at the church hall Nov. 23 and 24. Dr. Emrfck of Boston recently delivered an address at the church.  John Moynlhan, High st., received à letter Friday from his son, Cornelius, who is with the 104th TJ. S. regiment. The letter was postmarked iLdverpool, England, and reports that he is well.  The installation of officers of the Earl Kitchiner lodge, Sons of St. George, will take place Friday evening, Dec. 14. District Deputy Astwood and suite of Fltchburg will be Installing officers.  A number of water pails dropped from some passing truck were found on Waltham st. by Mrs. William Barnes the latter part of the week. The owner may recover property by calling for the same.  Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kavsancia, Elm st., observed the 20th anniversary of their wedding surrounded by a number of their friends and neighbors at the Mission Congregational church, Walnut st.  At the Tegular meeting oi Mizpah RebeTcah lodge held Thursday evening of this week. District Deputy President Grace Moore of Marlboro and suite will make ail official visitation. An early supper will be served at 7.  Roderick Mclver, Concord st., in his Harry Lauder sketch, was one of the features at the entertainment given under the auspices of the Universa-list church at South Acton Thursday  w  evening. He was assisted by George Coggswell as pianist  0  o +  ♦ ♦  o  o  #  o ♦  o  ♦  <s> ♦  ♦  + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦  t ♦  Koran Small of Waltham was a recent visitor in town.  Mrs. G. W. Wheeler was a recent visitor in Wollaston.  Mrs. J. W. Chase was a recent guest of rolatives in Lynn.  Samuel Kent was a week end visitor at the home of his parents.  Raymond Wheeler is Been about town in a new Chalmers touring car.  George Walcott and Alden Wheeler visited friends in Somervllie Sunday.  J. Fletcher Carr, a former resident of this town, was a visitor here one day last week.  A goodly sum was raised in Concord last Week for the "War Camp Community service.  Sunday afternoon, Nov. 25, the first meeting of the Vesper will be held in the First Parish church.  Mir. and Mrs. George Urquhart of Syracuse, N. Y., were week end guests at the home of A. Urquhart.  Urbane Derby, a former resident of this town, but now of Woburn, was a visitor in town last week:  John A. Finigan, auctioneer, sold a tract of land on Walden st. at public auction, Saturday afternoon.  O'Keefe grocery store received a small supply of sugar last week;, which was quickly consumed.  ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowers have moved into their new home on Hubbard st., which they recently purchased.  The bowling alloys situated in Monument hall are opened, and every evening large crowds are busily engaged bowling.  Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Handley of Mil-ford, N. H., formerly residents of this town, called on relatives here one day last week.  The proposed football 'game between the Middlesex eleven and the Noble & Greenough school team of Boston will not be played.  Miss Ina Carrigan has returned to her home, after a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Springfield and Ludlow, Vt.  At the next meeting of the Willow Rebekah lodge, which comes Mlonday evening, there will be the working of the degree on candidates.  Mr and Mrs. Raymond Wheeler were in Buffalo last week, where Mr. Wheeler went for the purpose of driving home one of Torrey & Vialle's cars.  The Colonial Inn has been purchased by Thomas L. Sanborn of Hampton;-N;H.rthe new owner taking charge of the house Tuesday of this week.  A choral concert will be given the Unitarian church next Sunday afternoon at 4.30, to which the public is cordially invited. Russian music will be rendered.  At the meeting of the Concord Grange next Tuesday evening, there will be the nomination and election of officers. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance.  Miss Helen Hunt was a most surprised lady Saturday evening, when she was given a linen shower at the home of Mrs. B. L. Pratt at Concord Junction. She received many useful and lovely gifts.  Because the Concord high school authorities will not allow the second football team -to play out-of-town games, the contest scheduled with Mitchell Military school eleven of Billerica for last Saturday afternoon . was cancelled.  The D. A R. society held a most enjoyable meeting in the Chapter House Saturday afternoon. A lecture on '^Conservation" was given by Mrs. Carolyn Putnam Webber, which was most interesting. Mrs. Arthur Blan-chard was in charge of the music.  'Miss Ella McKeo has accepted a position in Boston.  William Terroy was a visitor in town Saturday afternoon.  Edward Walsh was down from Camp Deveijs over the week end.  Edward Temple of Exotor, N. H„ is visiting with Bedford frionds and rolatives.  The BUgar shortage has caused considerable inconvenience to tho townspeople.  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albani of Somervllie spent the week end with Bed ford relatives.  A new service flag containing seven stars appears on the Congregational church flag staff.  Mr. and. Mrs. Bernard Bagley of Cambridge spent the week end .with relatives in town.  The cars on the Middlesex & Boston St. Ry. are running on a new schedule beginning Monday of this week".  Mrs. Geo. Martin and son Robert of Somerville were the guests of Bedford friends and relatives Sunday.  The Lexington high school scholars are now obliged to take the 7.40"car in the morning, owing to tho new schedule on the M. & B. S. R. R.  Seve""l from this town attended the Holy . .oss-Boston college football game Saturday. Easton college was victorious, the score being 34 to 6.  A large number attended the meeting of the Parent Teachers' association at the Bedford Union school Thu"- lny afternoon. Mrs. Earl W. Smitu spoke on "The Aims and Objects of the Parent Teachers' Association."  SUDBURY  FINE LECTURE  COUNTY COURT NEWS  DROVE FROM DETROIT  Herbert Vialle of Torrey & Vlalle, distributors of automobiles, accompanied by Fay Heywood, Raymond Wheeler, D. C. Nelson and P. B. Chat-terton drove a shipment of Cadillac motor cars over the road from the factory at Detroit, arriving at Concord at midnight Sunday evening. The highest day's run was 340 miles, and the new machines rolled home wifhout a mishap. The drive was made to meet the orders of the firm which were long delayed, owing to congestion of transportation. The early part of this week Edward Torrey of the firm, accompanied by John Whitney, left for Buffalo, where they will secure two Dodge Bros, touring cars, shipped by boat from the factory, and will drive them over the road to meet the demandB of waiting customers.  Items of Interest to Acton, Bedford, Concord and Maynard People  The will of Patrick McWalter of Concord, Who died Aug. 25, has been allowed by Judge Lawton of the Probate court Mrs. Mary E. McWalter of Concord, widow of the deceased, has been appointed as executrix and has given a bond of $10,000. The estate is valued at $8000; $3000 in real estate and $5000 in personal propery.  Thé will of Mrs,. Elizabeth. ïî. Hoar of. Concord, "wfiio died Oct. 25, has been filed. It is dated Jan. 19, 1898, and names her daughter, Florence H. Bradford of Concord as executrix. No valuation of the estate was filed and all, of the bequests are private The heirs-at:law are Florence H. Bradford of Concord, a daughter, and Alice B. Bowditeh of Framingham, a granddaughter.  Daniel W Ellinwood of Worcester has asked to be appointed as administrator of the estate of Augustine J. Withington of West Acton, who died Sept. 19. The estate is valued at $380, all in personal property. The heirs-at-law are Mary j. Richardson of West Acton, and Annie E. Ellin-wood of Worcester, sisters; Augustus Wllthington of Bridgeport, Ct„ a brother; Minnie E. Farnsworth, Grace L. Farnsworth and Edith W. Farnsworth of Still River, nieces, and Charles A. Farnsworth of Worcester, a nephew. The petition is returnable at East Cambridge, Nov. 2G. Attys. Sibley, Sibley & Blair of Worcester represent the .petitioner.  James F. Beck and Eliza E. Beck of Taunton have been sued for $10,000 in an action of tort by James W. Bent of Acton. The papers have been filed by Atty. J. J. Shaughnessy of Marlboro. Beck alleges that on June 16, while waiting for a car on Oak st., Taunton, he was struck by the defendant's automobile and received a dislocated hip and a broken leg and other severe injuries.  Octavus A. Knowlton of Acton has been appointed as administrator of the estate of Mrs. Lydia A. Houghton of Acton, who died Aug. 16, by Judge Lawton of the Probate court. He has given a bond of $1500. The estate is valued at $1500, all In real estate.  Given Before Woman's Club by Mr?, Mead of Boston  The Woman's club held a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 7, with one of tho most pleasing programs of the season. Mrs. Lucia Ames Mead of Boston, a writer and lecturer on International problems, spoke on "After tho War, What?" "Of 1,GOO,000,000 on earth, there are less than 100,000,000 not in some way engaged in tills world war. Whether the work of these 40,-000,000 soldiers shall achieve anything or come to naught depends chiefly on what civilians do between now and tho end of the war. Soldiers' work, preliminary, battering down a wall, others must clear away debris and got material and rear new structures for world organization. War can not end war. if Germany were.crushed there 'is no certainty that other nations might not afterwards fight. Witness the wars of the last 20 years and metamorphoses of alliances. If war stopped tomorrow there could be only an armed truce. Peace' means an organized living together among nations. There has been organized lining together in cities, in States, among States, but never among nations. Tho supreme task of the world Is tc plan for this now as an agreement for a league of nations as an integral part of the war settlement. Were such an agreement made by the Allies now with provision of admission of neutrals and later of Central Powers, it would profoundly affect the whole war settlement. Notice the Alsace-Lorraine-German colonies, the •protection of weak States, of high seas easier to adjust. This league would establish a world court and council oí conciliation."  The lecture was listened to with; ereat interest and pronounced one of the best in the history of thp club and particularly interesting in the present crisis.  Several vocal solos were given by Miss Ruggles, which were enjoyed. Mirs. Harry Maynard was accompanist. A paper on "Home Economics'' was read by Miss Warren. Mrs. Waldo Stone, past president, spoke on the same subject The membership limit is readied, three new names being added at the last meeting.  CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE  George M. Bowker has been appointed chairman for this community of the Red Triangle War Work, now be ing conducted throughout the country for the purpose of raising $35,000,000, that our boys now in Europe and those who may have to go, may have every possible comfort we can give them in their gallant fight, for human' ity.  ADVERTISED LETTERS  Richard B. Ayer, Sidney Jackson, Tames Jackson, C. Randolph, S. F. "  T rlght, Miss Ruth Ayers, Miss M. M. Currier, Miss M. Kennedy, Miss Mary Shute, Miss Elin H. Gustafson (4).  FOR RED CROSS  Two entertainments for the benefit of the Red Cross will be held In the near future. Friday evening, Nov. ?3, there will be an entertainment and dance given by the Independent club of Saxonville, I. O O. F , at town hall, commencing ai .8 o'clock. Clifford Wright, one of our Sudbury boys, is connected witn ttie same.  Friday evening 1 , Dec. 14, the young people of the town will give a drama entitled "The Arrival of Kittle," for the benefit of (the Red Cross.  Mrs. Frank Hadley has been entertaining her sister, Mrs. Ordway of Hudson.  Mrs. Charles H. Way at Framing-ham hospital and Mrs. 'Lillian Hunt at Waltham hospital are both reported as doing well-  E. P Stiles has purchased a Fonf truck which can be used to advantage in bis coal business.  'Charles Lowell is converting the building near his house into a small tenement house.  Truck Buyers  For immediate purchase I can save you $100 on Guaranty 1 ton Truck Complete. Torbenson Internal Gear Drive. Nd Chains.  FRANK GAUVIN  Tel. 701M Marlboro, Mass.  SIDNEY E. McCLEARV  GROCER-BAKER  71 MAIN ST.  MAYNARD  WANTED—General housework girl. Apply to Mrs. John G. Morse, Ripley Hill rd.. Concord.  WANTED—An experienced girl for second work. Apply to Mrs. Alfred Curtis, Lowell rd.. Concord.  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