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Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1924, Acton, Massachusetts SINGLE COPIES POUR CENTS MAYNARD The Muynard itod uud Gun club L it« Hrm triili shoot SaturUuy, L|) null. Tlii> «hoot wus hiild at . NUiniiicr «'tulip of Joe Sclinulr, «Meiii of I ho club. Kvury nearly town wiih represented In the [«- or moi l' sportsmen ut the Lot. All wt-ri' ho well ploased Sib the outcome of till« shoot tllut angfrncntK were made for un-.. to be held In the Fall. Tom lidrn won IlrHt price, a bunt-_ , donated by John Peterson, "ijnrry Croft captured second . a telescope Hulling rod donut-»John Mcl'herson. Torn Mar* ,"broke 23 cut of 25 of the clay hi h In flnul. Dill Tobln ¡'jdck Alarsden were In the p|( uf trapn and, during the joMiscil l.'uo clay plgconu. Pre» stimuli- Ih euthusiiistlc for ynlzInK a Mayuurd Club Mile jnek Taylor. Glenn Swett, jk Wilder. Juint'B Baton. George kKhcII and Julian Uallou. the lat ■ of Concord. an a team. would [ high In competition with uny »m In tli« state. In the opinion Mr. Scliniilr. | Officials ia charge or the shoot eluded Joe Schnnlr. George Stock U.John rot orson. Hurry Rodway IWIIllum Tobln. In charge or re-Mbmuntx were William f|rlud-¡j-, Henry l.edgurd, Genu Thomp-a. anil Tom Lawler. in charge printing. William II. Mllllgton. Ulpb Fletcher. and Junius Eaton, idurpc of the awarding or prlz-] I'Joi' Selinnlr, George Stockwoll I Ralph Kloteher. olllr.ci-x of the club wish. SOUTH ACTON. ■ • 0 - • ~ A/J ACTON LODGE i o. O. r'^yflJf Last Mondnyi April 21. rod letitoiiSdny for Actor No. 203,. I. O. O.K. On 7 -Friendship Lodge No. st^if Cambridge. with a degree (Mm of 43 men came to oVctun und exempli-fled the Flrnt" Degrco. The de-greo uk exemplified by this team 1« a wondefrully Inspiring specta-Pie. Albert Bunion portray« the principal «-hurncter in thin (logreo. A large nutnhor of rlHltorH were prosent from surrounding towns, among them bolng the District Deputy (¡rand Muster of Acton I^dge. Gardner K; Drew, und milto of Hudson. Ono or the pleuslng features of the evening was the presence of William F. Stovens, who In one or tlio oldest. mombers or Acton Lodge ua wall uh ono ot the oldest Past Grands. WEEKLY ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1924. NUMBER 34 CONCORD N. A. Davis Sella Meat , and Provision Store to Pike and Òtto. CONCORD JCT. CONCORD N. A. Uuvls, who for forty-five yoars; has conducted a meat and provision store on the Mill Dam, lias ret Iron from business to toko a much needed reat and the Arm of X. iA. Daira and Son has sold i its business to Plko & Otto, who Next Monday. April 28. the De- I cu !"° Maine,, groe town from Governor Gore ' ~—-^ Lodgo. 1SW. or Waltham will visit 1 UNITARIAN WOMCN'S Acton I«odgo and exemplify the Second Degree or the Degree of Drotherliood Love. BEDFORD , On lust Scndtiy evening u patri-otic meeting was held In the Town VHull under the auspices or the Bedford Civic Club. Mr. Nathan H. Duuielu of Urookablo roud. The principal Hpeaker of the evening waa Senator Charles P. Howard of Reading, IiIh subject being "Putrl-ct'h Day." 1775-liCI. Moonlight Minstrels Tlio lied ford Grange will put on a minstrel show lu the Town Hull on Thursday und Friday evenings of this week ut. 8 o'clock. Fltwt purl will be a rural comedy in one act. ALLIANCE I Tho unnuul mooting of the Now 1 Kngland Associate Allianco of Unl-, tarian Women was held Thursduy in the First Parish Moeting-liouso. The attendanco was the lurgeat on record, nearly 800 delegates from all over Now England bolng nres-ent. Mrs. Murdock M. Clark of Cambridge presided, und opened -the mooting at 10:30 A.M.. with a devotional service. Rov. Loren, U. Macdonulil. minister of the First Pariah, offered pray or.' Mrs. Honry F. Smith. Jr.. the retiring president of tho Women's Parish Association made the address of welcome. Mrs. Presqott' Keyca. u former president of the Alliance spoke further words of greeting. Mrs. noser W Cutler, chairman fIhanks of the club to donatore i main prize», also to Paul III-ider for flic Mnydiilc beverages mlrlbnti'il for tho shoot. Juck Tay ' In tin- tirsi li;lnl shoot or the I lirokc '.'li out of -."> plglon». Second Port: Moonlight Min _ strelH Caburet. ilowurd ijkelton,! or thi» Alliance Committee6ii Re^ Interlocutor; Kud Men: Tumbo»! Hglous Education. addressed tho Howard I'oiioy. Uonjaiiilii Day; j meutlng on "What My AlUanco R' 1 'HnterprlHe. lo extend Bones, George Peterson. Frederic Means to Mo," and Miss Katherino ------ ------------- bydlard. | H. Andrews of the West Hoxbury Oiienlng Chorus: Cowbells. »."' branch, spoke on "The Allluncc at Day: Solo ami (.hoiin Mrw. «i.'• the Shoals." llluck; .Vllcky Donuhue. F. Illggl; \ Mrs. Murdock M Clurk wus re-Dream Daddy. II. Ka-lioncid; o'ectod presldeut ror tho third Skelcli, Joseph Altrldgo; . .. - "I'll Bo Itnppy And Go-t,ucky, Mubul i.vlrwegurdi': "A Smile Will Go A Long. Long Way. 10. Jones; "Not More, Not There"« G. Peterson: "In The Evening, H. Pcrley: "Mil lb Playiug Ma Jong" F. I.yd-kird: ".lust A lx>t Or IJunlE" Ber-thu King; Solo. .Mabel Ivirkegrade. (Words and nfuslc composed by L. M. Blake, tho tune being "The Bedford Post March." dedicated to the Anthony Hunt, Hamilton Potft, 321, Amcrlcuu Legion D f this towh.) Closing Chorus. Under personal direction of Mch. Leila M. Blukc. I SAFE - KEEPING SERVICE let us cut your coupons for you A safe, reliable bank fui more than 90 year« CONCORD NATIONAL BANK Telephone 28 In Business Eighty-Eight Years The Middlesex Institution For Saving Cuncord, Massachusetts Inuoi'poi'uled 1Ü3S '^Mutual Savings Bunk No .Stockholders I Uu iiruflt.s arc for the buuullt uf thu depositors 1 *ni to suvo regularly' "fpoaiij comuiencó lo draw k'wm on tho llrat day of ^ month. The Anthony. Hunt. Hamilton post* 221. American Legion of this towu held a ■auccesBful dancing party ih thu Town Hull, lust Saturday evening "from 8 until 12 v-ni. Thc^Arl-Lex furnished the music for liuncing. , A lurge number t'roni hero attended t'hc uunual 19th of April celobrutlon ut Lexiugton lust Saturday. Thu reature ot the day was the parade In the afternoon which wus one or the largest ever hold hero, Tho original Y." D. orclionru rurnlshcd the music for dancing. SUDBURY WOMAN'8 CLUB MEETING , At •lliu Woman'« club last week, Miss lOmcrson wus tho speakur of tho ufternoon. Uler motlier formerly u resident 'hero until her mar-rjugo was Miss Susie Moore. The inualc by thu High School schol- 1 ura. ' Tea was nerved. Mrs. Charles Urackett. vlce'presldent presided in tjiu ubsence of the president. Mrs. Brackotl wus in churge of thu flowor sale, bulbs, cut. flowers, und potted^ plants nottcd nearly $20.00. Thoro was a good uttend-uneo and a very -enjoyable arter-noon wus spent by all. Thu nominating committee to select officers for tho coming your wua chosen as follows: Chairman, 'Mrs. Walter Piper, Mrs. David Hill, iMrs. Honry N. Euton. Mrs. F. F. liOry and Mrs. Goorgo II. Clurke. / .Mr. and« Mrs. W. -M. Parmentcr entertained Mr. und Mrs. L. W. Puffer or Byerett, over the weekend. Vialle Motor Co. CI. Walter Vialle, Treas. and Mgr. Dealers in Dodge Bros. Motor Cars 12-18 Walden St., Concord, Tel.335-R year and other officers wero chosen as follow«: ( Mi». Clarence H. Burt or Spring-flold, 1st vlc&ipresldcnt; Mrs. Charlen P. Dlllaby of Jamaica Plains, 2nd vlco-presldertt ; Mrs. Gilbert F. Redlon of Wollaston. flecrotary: Mrs. William W. Churchill of Milton, treaaurer; Mrs. Joseph Dane of Knnnobunk. Mo.. Mrs. Otto Lvding of Nashua, N. II.: Mrs. il.awreuco Bullard of !Wli'J:Vrj vt.: Miss 'Isabella f. Whitman of, Plymouth; Mrs. Ernest H. Wood, of Worcester; Mra. ___________—rs. Howard CharleB Oalo of Beverly, M rs. Ed wank H. Whitney of l»rov-Idence. atjd Mr»,v George P. Fen-ner of Now Jjondou. Cottn^ dlreu- tors." ' ....... • • ; . Mr. Alien French brought the morning program to' an Interesting closo with an address on "Literary Concord." At noon the delegates partook of a box luncheon. The Wonign'e Parish Association served tea anil coffee, under tho direction of 'Mrs. Raymond Wheeler, assisted by tho Lend-A-Hand committee, Mrs. iHor-bert F. Whipple, charlman. Mlsa Grace E. Cooke or the Arlington street Church Branch ot Boston, wflio was scheduled to speak on "Tho Twilight 8ervice" was unable to bo present. Mrs. Mary Ij. Washburn, prealdent or the Arlington streot Church 'Branch, spoke In ber place on tikis subject. Rev, Vivian T. Pomeroy of Bng-land, who Is serving this year as atMoelate-mlnlstel* of tho First Parish Church. Milton, concluded lite afternoon program with an interesting address. 'It was voted to hold tho next meeting of tho Allianco at Greenfield, Oct. 16th. Waldo Chaplin Gòm|j| pletes Half Century in Business. Waldo Chupliu veteran of tho Civil Wur, uud said to be the ol(l-,e«t llvury lnun In the State, com-.pleted a liuif centnrv in buHinesa In Concord Junction 0 u Sunday, April 20th. Fitly years ugo. Mr. Chuplln dime liore from Ashburhum and started in . the livery business In Westvate iiear thp woolen miti. With Inpreuslng buainess lio was obliged to move to turgor qiiurters' uud .transferryd jo Muln street, wliero he remained until 7 yeori* »go, when he moved to Ills prcsclblf quarters on Commonwealth avema where he can ulwnya be foia!! with his several fine horses a||d llvory oqulpmònt. His son Ww-Held. ns8ÌHts In conducting mo buainess, -W- He also hus two duugliters, 3m. Poarl l^oomer of this town' ip|d Mrs. John Miller of Ft.- Itlcbn N. Y. ..." JlundrcdH of frlendH of* the, .veteran, by phone, curds, and eonal culla gladdened the . horseman's heart with congratula tlon on his anniversary,. ^ . He eschews tho uutoinobllq und lias liovre swerved lu his love for good liomeflroh. On tills, his fiftieth year In business lie. hitched up Ills fuvorlto horse ror a drive aboutsà town.. declining a «pin In his son's automobile. - ■ "Waldo," qs lie Is moat Intimately called by hi* .hosts 'of Mends, Is known throughout the&whole section for the sood horses ho drives. He- recalls with especial pleasure u white Itorso numod "MHte." "In Fr. Crowo's "Mike" wus tho only horse on the road that could outstep Fr. Crowe's horse and he often admitted It after u brush on the road." fluid Mr. Chaplin in upcuking of tlio 'prowess of 'iMIke." Waldo Chuplln wus born. August 28, 1845. on "what is known us tho Rratt ,plQce, at iFletclicr Cor-ner. So. Acton. At the age of 17, ho enlisted lu Co. 12. Sixth Rog., and sorvod in the Civil War under Capt. Frank Wliltyoinb, an' Acton man. Willlum .Chaplin a Urcther of Waldo, celebrated hi* 84tli birthday on April 18th. Ho ulflo ■He>vcU- »1th distinction iti. the Civil War. ; Just dp>p Wuldo Chaplin ut curd In recognition of his h^lf century of good servlco und, good citizenship. The Veteran horseman Is siili a bale rellow well met and will appreciate it. He is always pleased to see his old friends and seldom do you puss ills placo of bpslnesa that you do net sec him surrounded by "a group of Interested listeners. Say It With Flowers and Plants [ FLOWERS for all occasions Whether it be for the Sick Room, Weddings Funerals or Parties Flowers Telegraphed to All Pa rts of the United 8tateo LEONARD COUSINS» JR. .•wi^hd. >ineMn«i, Mi««" '' - '.-.»»■•■--I»; Il ' I.M.J Tel. 82-W MIDDLESEX SCHOOL CLUB REGATTA Tho Aasabot und Suflbury Clubs of 'Middlesex School bold their annual rowing regatta on Batemun's Pond. April' 19th and each club was successful In winning two races. The Sudbury four-oured crow won tho senior ruco by one and ono-quarter lengths ovef a one-half mile courso In 2m. 3Ca. Tho Sudbury "pup" crew also triumphed. beating the Assabet crew by ono length over a quarter mllti course In lm. 42s Tho Intormodlato race was won by tho Assabet crow by two lengths in u tlireo-eighths of a mile race In 3m K5 1-5 sec. Tho summary: SENIORS CREWS •First—Sudbury. Bow, R.Morrlll; 2. Page; 3, J. Stotson, (captain): stroke, J. W. Fox; coxswain, Thompson. Second—Assuibot. Bow, Seura; 2. Root; 3; Iiyriclt;- stroke, Hark-ness, (captain); coxswain, Sued-burg. INTERMEDIATE CllBWS First—Assabet. Bow. Morse: 2. Carpenter; 3. Cliuto, (cuptulnl: stroke. J. Fox: coxswain, Taylor. Second—Sudbury. Bow. Pierce, (cuptaln); 2, J. Branford: 3. En-, nls; stroke, Adams; coxswain, I' Lrfino. f JUNIOR. CREWS First—Assabet, Bow. J. Allen: 2. Hoguet; 3, .do Plcabru, (cai»-'aiiO; stroke, Austin; coxswain. Taylor. Second—Sudbury. Bow. Cook; 2. M. Davie; 3. E. Keltoy: stroko, RIs-tine, (captain); cqxswain, Lune. "PUP" CRHWti First—Sudbury. Bow. Heeler: 2. Butler, (captain); 3. Runkle; stroke; Stone; coxswain, I.anc. Second—Assabet. BoUy C. Ware; 2. Mo'Cay; 3. Dunuttn; stroke, de Mulhaii, (captain.; coxswain. Tuy-lor. Timer, Captain Miller. Starter. OsptaJn Miller: Judstii. Afi'e." an4 V. Giera«pi. MAYNARD 18 : M AYNARD TO HAVE BA8EBALL TEAM? < ■ »■ ■ Tho warm weather approaches no luster than does the buscball glovo oil' the hunds of youngsters und some "oldsters." "Is Muynurd to huvo u bust-bull leum?" is u query heard often uud In muny circics. Concord wunls to know us well <ih Muynurd. And for tbut matter May nurd mis up cm cocked for tlio mud of a bat on u bull ou I lie Concord l'luygrouud. Thdru Ih so much interest or ui least so muny inquiring tlrat It would scout us though u team would just spring up iu both lowu.s. It is uibstly u mailer or money. It tukes money lo run busebull tucso duys. Maynurd closod lust year with uboul in tho treusury nid Concord llnlshod some hundreds "out," (the suid "out" being out of AI Wilson's pocket.) The good weutbor uud wurm sun will bring Home solution to I ho problem. Thu cull of thu dlumoud will lute tlio liluyers una once out tor pruetlco « gumq. uud series of gumcH will soon follow. Mayuurd cun organlKe a lirst rate I'juiii iroin local players. Once organ Izud und well inaiiuged, the team would weuthcr thu seuson. If run ua u player*' teuni, split the treasury ut tho end of the seusol), not much couiu be loHt uud much might be Kiiiiud. Of course local players who can dra» good money out »1 totvn would nol ue expected to play under tin; co-opctutlvo system. With the new crop of players couiiug to thu from, euough good muteriul could be brought together without i tlieso players who cun coiuinund ' big money elsewhere. CONCORD JNgg. EXPLOSION VIÔTIM <m: BURIED IN BOST&ä SENIOR CLA88 SCORE ANOTHER TRIUMPH « The ringing or church bolls at ■punriso In Concord ushered In tlio ; .duy that marked the 149th anniv-¡iersary or tbo Concord Tight, und •tbouglr thc skies wore threatening I he program arranged by the isolectmeii. George M. Weed, choir-man. Hugh F. Loth and James Nagle. ua weir as by clubs, slliools and the Legion was successfully carried out. Tho Concord Rifle club held Its most largely attended open shoot In recent ytars at Bristol Hill at nine lu tho morning with both town and club giving prizes to the winners. At Middlesex school the annual regatta between^ tho Assabet and Sudbury clubs was held, with each club winning two races. The Concord Country club oponed Its golf season on the links of the club. At noon the church bells were rung again and at one o'clock the Concord High school track team encountered Wlnchostor High school winning tho meet 52-20. A cup was uwurded by the town t 0 the winning team and medals to the winners of first, second and third places in each event. After tho meet the Concord High school baseball team opened its season also with Wiinchoster High. Winchester winning 6-2. In No. Concord tlio 'Milton Academy team defeated iMIddlesex acliooi 10-5 at the same time. Front 2 lo 4 p in the Abbot Worsted Co.. band gave a concert In Monument square. At sundown the church bells wero mug ugaln and Hugs were lowered. Tho I.egion banquet brought the celebration to a closo in tho c'von-ing. This uvent. the socond annual liunquet of' James J Mansfield post. No. 158, A. L. was held In Veterans' Building and attended by about 350 persons with distinguished guests of nationul prominence. Rev*. Gail Cleland, pastor of the Trinitarian church offered the invocation. George L. Preecot], commander of tite post proslded. nnd after the banquet Introduced as speakers Lieut John C. Dolan. In command of Co. If, 182 Infantry. MNG. , Francis J. Good, siato vlco commander of the 'Legion; James Jackson, stato treasurer; Edward E Whiting ot the Boston Herald; Samuol Mer-Tvtin, author; Brig Gen <MaIvern "Hill, Barnum. - Coutttfmndairtr^dr Camp 19evens, and Judge Kene-saw. ¡Mountain Landla, high com-mlssioner of baseball. Treasurer' Jackson made a stirring address along patriotic lines as to what Concord stands for. and the value of patriotic observances. Brig Ron Malvln IH1II Barnum referred In an interesting way to bis own name glvon him about a year after bis father Major 'Barnum had been wounded, reported as dead, and taken prisonor at Malvern Hill. Ho spoko of the Citizens' Training camp with a clear and vigorous account of Its advantages. Vlco . Commandor Good spoke in. patriotic strain of what Concord stood for in the World war service. Samuel Mor-wln gave un interesting account of personal experiences iij China. He referred to tbo ConeoVd Players and hdnted at tho need of a more suitable auditorium to accompany tbo magnificent stugo at Veterans' ibulldlng. Edward <B Whitings' remarks teemed with dollclousiy humorous bits but In serious vein he referred to tho situation at Washington und counseled pit tlenco' and doscrotlon. Judgo Kenesaw Mountain Lan-dls spoko in bis own tnhftltable way which held, stayed, amused, und Inspired his aiidienco by turns Ho referred to his own n\mo— he know not (whence It cat 'but ho drew a pathetic plcturo ot a youngBter ol ten or twelve forced to bear such a burden upon him. Ho favored tbo soldiers' bonus in emphatic terms and strongly condemned the Idea of men pledging themselves never to light In war faro. Newell's orchestra provided spirited music during the bunquct and for tlio dancing which followed the wonderfully Inspiring ud-dresses. Edward B Crulger wus chairman of the committee in charge of tho banquet and was'assisted by Wins low J. Damon, Thomas J. Mulcu-liey, Burleigh L. Pratt and Percy W. Sweet of Concord Jet; Roger K. Allen, Russell F Parsons, Henry F Hlcluson. William P (Flavin, Jas. •H Dee, .Peverll C. Potorson, iHow-ard B. Daniels. George L Prescott. Elmer L Joslln Bmil C. Nelson, George B. Varley and Honry J. Coolldgo of Concord. WEST ACTON The body of Auguèt liore ot .Vo. 1 Hl|l BIoc.\. wbo died in tho Denconcss hospltul. Tuosday from burn» roceived in tho ex-plo:ilon~ut tho American Smoke-losn Powder Company's- plant ejjr-Iter tliut day, was tuken to Bon-ton for burini Wcdncaday. Mr. Koro was 39 yenrs old and Hlngle. JOHN A. FINIGAN AUCTIONEER Concord. Mass. Tel. 404-W " EXECUTOR'S SALE BY AUCTION To settle the estate of Enoch Gar field. The sale will be held nt his late residence, 32 Hubbard street, CONCORD, MA8S. on THUR8DAY, APRIL 24, 1924 at One o'clock p. m. The sale will begin on time as there are a greut. many articles tq bo sold before iliirk. Household Goods, Etc. Oak din-Ing tablo und chairs, china cabinet, sideboard, victrola, musle cabinet, 2i clocks, muhogany und upliolator-ed chairs. rockcrB, parlor set, eloc-trie lamps, cblffonlors. ball stand, old stylo buroau. pictures. 1 chum-ber sets, light stands, enuniel bed. mattresses, pillows, snfo, 5 art squares, several small rugs, largo dressing mirror, sliding couch, G ush barrels, tubs, desk, woolen cur-pot, walnut tublé. kitchen chairs, cooking utensils, toilet sot. sewing! machine, laco curtains, draporles, shades, chlnawaro. antique vases and crockery, bed spreads, lawn mower, gardon tools und numerous other articles which are not mentioned. This is a clearance sulo of the entire personal prdporty. which Ib In good condition., 1 No reserve or limit. Terms Cusli.- Selo rain or shine. By order ot EDWARD P. JKNISON, lUxccutor of the Estate of Enoch Gurlichl HOUSEHOLD GOODS BY AUCTION SALE FOR MISS KNOWLTON, Knowlton's Block, Mauachusetts Avenue, West Acton on FRIO AY, APRIL 25, 1924 at One o'eloek p» m. All tho Furnlturo und Furnish-nigs In this home aro In excellent condition. Parlor carpet, upholstered chairs parlor table, hull rug, stair carpet, jmverol. carpets,- rugs and- runners, couch, lot of pictures, painting, oak center table, couch hammock, oak hall stand, bookcase, large collection of bopks, dining table, chairs, buffet, dishes, glassware, 3 nice mirrors, light stand, No. 8 range, tinware, rockors, sliding couch bed and mattresses, work basket, sofa pillows, chamber chairs, bureaus, oil heater, llnoluum, commodes, enamel bod, spring and hair mut-tresses, window qhudes, curtains, veranda shudes, oak table, baskets,, trunks, palls and many other house bold articles too numerous to montlon. Terms Cash. By order of MISS KNOWLTON, ..Knowlton's Block, . WeRt Acton, Muss. John W. Mara 20 Main St» Concord Two Telephones 52&S3 Butter 50c lb. Vermont Creamery Campbell's Soups All Kinds 10c a can Florida Oranges Thin Skin 8w«st and Juicy 35c doz. Gebott'» Frykakes Fresh Dally 25c doz. Sugar 9Vjsc lb. Fine Granulated Coffee 36c lb. S. S. Plcree Stanzalone Brand Mr. Bob" a two-ucl comedy given by Uio S.eulor Cluss of tlio 'High School, delighted un audience tbut 'filled every «cut lu Wul-tliuni street Hull, Tuesduy evening. ^ The pluy scored one more uuc-cess for tbu Seniors. It wiu> well done with u laugh in every line nicely developed by tbu young actors who showed remarkable tui-ont. •; Purla were taken by Francis lice, Cburles 'Hukkulu, Linceo Co-lumbo, Marlon Holt. Esther Boyle. Gladys Hinds, und Slgne Asila. Cuucliig wus enjoyed after tlie sUuvv. * w. acton women chose officers Swaiisdown Flour The Best Bread Maker Tlio uniMiol muetng of the Worn-un's Club held April 14th. tho following ofllcors wero elected: Mrs. Rachuel lluynes, president; Mrs. Cuiya Rennie. vlce-prcaideut; Mrs. Carrie Caiiello, secretory and Aire. Caroline Wotberbee wus reelected treasurer. The musical numbers wero by Miss Grey of So. Acton and Master Pterson or Concord JcL, ulso solos by Mrs. Bvangellne Hall and Mrs. Mokes. Tea was served with Mrs. ■Melzlna 'UttleUeld hostess. M A. Gould hus a now closed .'uluih; car. WANTED A Man to drive a Ford Truck THE NEW ENGLAND NURSERIE8 CO. Very few people know that we are doing considerable business in Furniture. We have a rather limited space for show room, yet we are able to supply almostieveiything for the home, We sell furniture on a very small margin of profit and for cash only. By Co-operation you get your goods at cost tw . i» «í» , I" Buick Sold 218,286 Motor Cars in 1923 „ 8ales to date of 1924 Models indicate even greater popularity. Such a tremendous and unrivalled superiority demands your in^ vestlgation before deciding on your new car. G. M. ROSS—Lex. 986 Resident Rep. for Lexinoton and Concord Authorized Service at . . j McLeod Garage, Lexington Manzer Garage, Concord ^ to.j -Buick Co, Boston » HEWETTS TIRE SHOP TIRES - VULCANIZING — TUBES 3 Auto Accessories of AH Kinds Agency for Moclite Storage Batteries Goodyear Service Station J C. H. HEWITT, Prop. Tel. Concord 63 7-W Elm St. Concord Jcti Tel. Le„. ¿:¿ BetifcrJ, Moss.'^
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