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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 25, 1924, Acton, Massachusetts                                 eut  ttiir  SINGLE COPIES FOUR CENTS  WEEKLY ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1924.  WEST ACTON  IjmcRt Hanks hOB « new Over-  ■J,¿"pauy Hakor Ib ttt the home il) A Knowlton.  [,{.< minor Clark (if Newton, i^snnilny with MIsb Henrietta  kir'hti<1 Mrs. t'hurles Newsham ,ihe pan'iii» <>f i «laughter born r«ni»nl H»jKl»ftnl recently. . Howiiril K"'H.h is ill the home of iranilnioilK'i- Mr« E. B Davis. J,  n cw llco 11 ro truck with two leal Haul*« «nil Hale pump on of fin« «loslKn came tost week ^ -jvnn a try out at the brook Ûd «tut«  r, " Ml - The pump will « sou B,» 11 ""? ° r wator a mln-   li. Kosh driver of the truck cbnrRc of the pumping engine. I..C3 Elfiinor Swift, Marjorle 3, |<i.tli»rinc Kinsley gradua-iii Fit« lilxirg Normal school «tick. '  B Motiri' anil daughter, Miss [lige «ml M i b. Dickie are able Lbeoul" ielr aut0  n^ccldent.  [safe - keeping service  Lit us cut; your coupons for you  A safe, ¿.pliable bank (tr more than 90 year*  CONCORD NATIONAL BANK  Telephone 28  ¡3  SOUTH ACTON  CONCORD JCT.  The Maynurfc' s ¿try <Jlub tour nanient for 199. / be Saturday, June 28. .It will bo an 18 hole handicap medal play, open toigembors and' tholr iS wlvG8. Prises wll)| be given the men and women. 3 J. Ledgard In handlcapper and the tournament begins Saturday noon. Refreshments will be served  v nt the club house. A get4o-gether of the ladles of the club will be held Friday "afternoon .this week. Whist, music, a social hour and golf will be on the program.  Golf Is popular In Maynard. Tho Country club ¿as established the gam$ permanently here. A sporty nine hole course In !oo$ condition has won the commendation of visiting golfers. Every holiday there Is a number of golfers from other towns on the course,  At the time of (ho organization of the Country club two years ago the devotees, of the game In Maynard could be counted on both hamja. Today the club has a meri^ershlp of about 150 members thirty of whom Joined this season. Every fine week end the greens are dotted from sunup, to sunrise with enthusiastic, golfers. Every dfty there are golfers who play the game as regular as physicul cul-turists take their dally, dozen.  Thei club .'bas excellent sootail features. This sprlvg the whole community was interested in Its annual, public entertainment and during the season there are frequent social features at the -club house* Home of the women are. the most enthusiastic golfers.  The tournament thlB week end will be well contested as Itls said that the members are interested end nearly all plan to enter.  Dollars !  I Such Dollars belong to lasy j «r careless persons. Money lun work three timet at hard Im a man — 24 hours a day I- 365 days a year. Your Imoney in a Savings Account I lure works all the time. I llart one today I '  lAssabet Institution for Savings  Maynard, Mass.  HELD MEMORIAL SERVICE8  Charles A. Welch lodge. AF & AM and Magdalane Chapter OES.. Jointly held memorial services for deceased members, Sunday morning. The members assembled at Masonic hall at 10 o'clock and later marched In a body wearing rega Ua to tho Methodist church where services were at 10:45. Rev C. M Redstone, pastor preached an eloquent memorial sermon. Special music was rendered by the vested choir. William Nay lor was marshal of the. duy and Mrs. Eva, Frye usslBtant marshal marched at the head of Magdalane Chapter.  Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Day and fomlly moved this week to make their home to Arlington.  Mrs. W. A, Airones returned to Niagara Palls, N.Y.. on Wednesday after an extxmdod stay at her home on Schtool street.  CongreagtlOnol Church. u„  v . Ralprti A, Barker, pastor. Sunday, June 29, v momlng service at 10:80 Sunday school at 11:45. Children'« day« Sunday wihool concert at 7:00 pan. The Christian Endeavor mi-ctoty wtll conduct'the prayer meeting iln tho vestry on Friday evening at semi o'olqck.  lietters and cards havo been received from Marry J. Clark, announcing (Ms eate arrival at Honduras, after«. very pleasant sea voyage, Mr. Clark recently accepted a position with the Tekla R H Co., at «Honduras, whore this .company controls large fruit {plants, and the goes, to assume the position of accountant. He expects to remain there for o year.  Mr. and Mra. Edward C. Pratt {recently motored .to their summer camp nt Lakeport, N. H-. where thoy will remeilri^for tJio ecaison. Their cottage is located in a pine Rrovfl on a bluff overlooking and commanding a fine view of Lake Wlnnepesaukee.  r   Rev. Clark Ij. Paddock hi^s accepted a call to tfoe pastorate of the Unlversalist Church at Pigeon Cove. Mass.. but owing to the scarcity of houses for rent, his removal of 'household effects must be delayed. Tt would seem from tMs report, that other towns besides Action are up against the housing problem.  The advertising committee of the Aicton Fair, of which Clarenco N. Goword is dhairman have aturtr od «the preparation of the new premium lists for 1924 and all advertisers will And it to lileJr advantage 1° Place their advertisements «arty. The committee plan to have th««e books In the hands of the people about August 1st. aa this -will al'ow time to look them over in detail before the big event, wtoich. "will take place on Stlntemtyer 19th and, 20th.  Summ«r (has come and all the main thorouSigferes in Greater Ac iton are being decorated with at. ■tractive booths tor the sale of fruit, vegetables, and «uch refresh merits as appeal to the teetes of (travelling public. The latest addition to the flock of would be mer-<c*hnnts are Mias Freda flarrett and William Honey, Tvtio opened a booth on Saturday at the residence of Mrs. Munson near Kelly's comer. Mites Mary H. 1-othrop and Mrs. Frank Z. Taylor have opened an. Antique store at .the home of Mra. Tlaylor on* School  (  street.  Mr and Mr«. Cornelius Sullivan and Mr and Mrs. John Sullivan of Andover were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. George McCormack  JEWETT—SMITH  • NUPTIALS SATURDAY  The homc\ of Mr. and Mts. Leister Jewotit, Control «treot, was itlho aco,im of u vory protty wod-ding Satiunlny evening, when tliolr daughfor, MU» Doris Augitotn, bo-camo'itfto bride of Goorgo Dougi&s Smith, ,son of .Mr. and Mrs. Joftn . D. Smith. ■  "Thé ceremony was performed by Riov. Alfred Wioolor Stone at Half-past'eight, tile douhlo ring service being usod. Tho 'house was prrertEs Wly decorated wlit<h moiuvtlain (laurel, roaoa and fern» wtyllo bouutlfui arch of flr boughs with a largo boll of mountain' 'laurel, under whiolv tho young couple striod, modo (v pretty «jetting.  Tho bride ojr tho arm of Iter father, wflio Bttvo. her avmy, and the groom witjj.'tho bost .man', who wnb h.ls lmrtih; Ralph Smltih, came dtown tho statins and onltiered the room to the «trains of a wedding march illayod by Mrs. Chaa-Pos Cole of Wayland.  The brtldes drrew wjut of w<hlte satin witli laco 'trimming and« she wore a veil hold iln place with orange Mo«sttina. Slto curried a Bhowor bouquc*. of brldda noses ami miles of the valley.  *The .maki» of honr wore Mfss RuitSi Damon oft Concord Junction, ■who worw yellow and Hhie voile artd carnled a bouquet of opholfa roses and' Milss Ruth Haskell of Bridgeport, Conn., cousin of the bride whu wore green and poach colored voile.' She also carried opfatflla robes.  BABY POST IN BIG TWO  Thousands Attend Event Held by Acton Post, A.L. — Opened by Mammouth Street Parade Headed By Champion Girl Drum Major.  SOUTH ACTON  DONAHUE—ROCHE  WEDDING SUNDAY  A two duy carnival held under the, auspices of Edwards-Quimby Post, American Legion of Acton, the baby Post of the state, at Blantihard's Field, West Acton on Thursday and Friday were the two biggest days in the eventful and long history of the town.  It was big in crowds, thousand^ swarmlAg over the grounds on both evenings, big In achievement, and big in itihe whota hearted generous cooperation of the townbpeopfle -with ifae Legion boys In all tihelr efforts. It was not so big In financial returns to the Legion. Nor Eflle Louise 'Hlos- j did thlB matter much as the boys  Miss Mary Donahue daughter of Mrs. Julia Dohahuo, School street, and I«eo ftoche, son of Mrs. David Roche, School street, were married Sunday. Tho ceremony was performed at St. Bridget's Church. Maynard, at 2^p.m. Rev.. Edward F. Crowley officiating. Miss Julia Donahue a sister of. the bride was bridesmaid and. Harold Roche a brother of the groom Was best man. The bride wore \ handsome gown of white goorgetto and a. white georgette hat She . carried a shower bouquet of white bride? roBes. The bridesmaid Worn blue with hat to match hnd carried pink sweet peas.  A reception was held after the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rawltser, High St.  Both bride and bridegroom are well-known, and popular as well attested' by a large array of beautiful wedding gifts.  Mr. Roche Is a travelling agent of the So. Acton Woolen Co.  kell was flower girl and carried a basket of pink sweet peas. She •was drested In peach votle. The ushers wore Herbert Irish and D. E. Benjamin of Cambridge both clasBtnates of the groom.  Following tho cerertiony a reception -was Tuejd when caterer B. L. Pnig^ of "Lowell «orved refreshments on it>ho spacious town».  Noted among the guests were ithe brides grondtather from Au-(burn, Me., who ila 89 years of age, also 'her grandmother, Mrs. L. F. Jewett of WoiWihttm.  Following a trip by automobile t'hrougli .New 'HampsMrje and Nova Scotia th« young couple (wiö make their home on Mata- etroot.  Both Mr. and Mns. Smith are popular among a large circle of Menda Wa was attested by the many beautiful «Ifta of cut glass, sliver, linen and furniture.  Mr. Smith Is wHih the Better Motors Co., of this town where the bride hlaä also been employed as Mtcnògrapftor.  For this vicinity—Increasing cloudiness, showers today; cooler Thursday.  Northern New England— Local showers today; Thursday cloudy and cooler.  lob W. Mara  Main St. Concord Two Telephones 52 & 53  ida Dry Ginger Ale $2.75 per doz.  id's Baked Beans  k handy Hot-weather dish  25c can   t  Mns' Crackers  |  Fll *tt Quality Cookies baked  $1.00 a caddy 9ms.. ..$1.15 each  com broom. Good sweep  ® ,r «0us. Strawberries and Sea-Fruits and Vegetables ■ e  fresh to us daily.  JOHN A. FINIGAN, Auctioneer Concord, Mass. Tel 404-W.  DAD'S WAYSIDE LUNCH  (Trademark' Registered)  State Road South Sudbury, Mas«.   0  The best place to eat on the road. Music.  [Hot W  eather Drunks  W and Chelmsford Ginger  Gr «Po Juice, White Grape • Loganberry Pie« and Five  Is*,  Soap, 100 cakes ie box......$11.50  ansdown Flour  best bread maker  IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE of High Grade Modern Furniture and Furnishings For I. W. Flagg State Road East Acton, Mats. Opposite the W. C. Robbins Estate'  MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1924 Beginning at 9.30 A. M. Daylight  8avlug time Mr Flagg has sold the Real Estate and decided to dispose of the Entire Household Goods at Auction. Everything in the bouse is In excellent condition.  Dining Table, Chairs, Sideboard and China Cublnet in Oak. Flat Top Desk and Chair, several Rugs and Art Squares, Combination Bookcase .and Desk in Oak, nice Leather Upholstered Sofa, Motrls Chair, several Rockers and Easy Chairs, lot of Pictures, Paintings, Chiffoniers, Brass and White En amel Beds. Mattresses, »Pillows, Comfortables, Blankets, Spreads, Sheets, 4 Dressers with Bevel Freifth Plate Glass Mirrors, Walnut and Oak Chamber Set, Ouk Wardrobe, Hull Stand, Hat Case, Baskets, 3 MUrors, Carpet Sweeper. Large Arm Chair, Rockers, Screen. Curtains, Draperies, Stair and Im.ll carpet, toilet sets, house Safe, Clocks, Books, Chest3, Shades Copter Table, Beaded Portieres, lot of China. Crockery and Glassware. Canned Goods and Preserves, lot of Books, Canes, Refrigerator, 2 Double Barreled Guns, light and in good conditlo.1. Kitchen furniture and Utensib, Range, Jugs. Jars, Costumers, Etc.  About 1 1-2 Tons of Coal. Ash Cans, Ladies' Riding Saddle, Gents Saddle, Bridles, Wrenches, Shovels Saws, and many other useful articles which are not mentioned will be sold without reserve.  Sale rain or Bhlne. Terms are Cash. A Caterer will be at the Sale with L&nch peady at any time.  If you are Interested in nice furniture tor home or summer place,' attend this Sale, and remember the Date and Place.,  By order ot W. FLAGG. State Road, East Acton, Mass. John A. Flnlgan, Auctioneer, Concord, Mass., Tel. 404-W  principal thought was to give the people a good time and a "run for their money." Every one In town and - most of the people of surrounding towns attended the carnl-vul, and all "had a wonderful time."  The carnival opened Friday evening with a monster street parade. Floats, business displays, handsomely decorated automobiles, and a horrible section, assembled at 0 .30 and marched through the business section of the town to Blanohard's Field where ranks were broken. Miss Graham champion girl drum' major, of the country dressed in Scotch Kiltie uni-. form, headed the parade swinging Iher drum majors baton. Miss Graham la a resident of Concord Jet Theron Lowden, commander of Edwards-Quimby Post, A.L., WflJIs, marshal. Ipie formation -was as follows: Drum Major, Y. D. Band, Isaac Davis PoBt, G. A. R. Veterans, George L. Towns, commander in automobile. The Colors, Women's Relief Corp., Mrs^Fannie Wether-bee, president, in. decorated auto truck, Fire Chief C. D. Cram; district tshfefs, George Clapp and AI len Foster to automobile. Fire Department apparatus: pump and chemical of Acton: old hand tub Harvard Are apparatus.  Woman's Club float, Good old days float, Winona Lodge, Wright Hill farm display. C. J. Krlley trade display, Aoton Drug Co., display, Acton Motor Co., Overland, Oldsmoblle. Acton Fruit and Preserving Co., display. Horrible soo-  DeLuxe Brooms  Our best broom is one you will immediately tike. It is pleasing to the eye—^ nicely balanced and well made of selected material.  Price $1.50 L. Anderson & Son  30 Main Street Concord  Veterans Building  SOUTH ACTON  Rev. Mr. Hooey has been busy the past week constructing a tennis court, on' tto e parsonage grounds, 0  Main ètreet. He iff evidently an advocate ot the outdoor as well as the spiritual lite or tie' community.  A food eale to» held in the Im-provement Aswciatloa rooms. Qutmby eqfuai^B on , TViday afternoon, in.ibe (Interest ot the young people of tflie Universalis. Sunday echdol, who are' to «spend a week in camp at Perry, Maine, during thd week of July 13CH.)  BUONE8 AYRE8—Flrpo ient a telegram to Tax Rlckard today, accepting. the offer to fight Wills in this country the latter part of August.  In Bualnaaa Eighty-Eight Year»  Hie Middlesex InsfitutionFor Saving  Concord, Maiaaohuaelja Incorporated 1838  A Mutual Savfngs Bank No Stockholders "  The profita are for the benefit of the depositors  Leam to save rectUariy  Deposits commence to draw latereat on the first day «I eaeb month.  CONCORD CENTER  SATURDAY, JUNE 28,1924  Evening at 8.15  'THE UNINVITED GUEST"  (South Sea Picture) First picture to shown under-sea scenes In natural colors  news  COMEDY  Vialle Motor Co.  G. Walter Vialle, Treas, and Mgr. Dealers in  Dodge Bros. Motor Cars  12-18 Walien St., Concord* Tel. 335-R  Wherever it is displayed tfet Botók Authorised Service dgtt mww prompt, efficient suivies beem  every Buick service «tstianhai met  these definite Balde requiramestsi  SpadaOy tiataad audaaka  Modits, tjuM'twfai atwtea  A wpleteatedi efftilakparta  H« is la foil accord «ith «Ml iaa poiiey—oantaay aad fidr i  Good Plumbing Is An Investment  uiul that. BUc.lt an wn illHlnll, rotiirim Iln rout In dlvldenilH'' of enjoyment »ml millsi.'K ilmi and lNCItHASKl) VAIiUATION T KVKHV IIOMK. An example in our spoclut Horvlro that put» HOT WAT Kit in overy'homo IniliM'i'inloiii ot Ons or Coal by one of tlioHo  "Holyoke" Kerosene Hot Water Heaters  "The Heart of the Household"  <i  A Joy. à romfort. h convenience: Hot wiiicr conHlniilly, uni! pinaty of it where-iw«<r ynn wunt II. , . »  Absolutely safe, fully guaranteed, no stroke, no odor, simple and eaay to clenn. Attaches to your tanlt without disturbing range connections. '  COSTS VERY LITTLE TO INSTAIA AND NEXT TO NOTHING TO \V OPERATE  •IiihI ilrn|i ii.h a card, phone or call and li>i im tell you moro about it  A. D.  Plumbing — Electrical Appliances — Heating 24 Main St., Concord Tel. 330-M  First  wmmti  for  Extremely Fancy-Natives, Fresh Killed Right Here in Town  HAMS  8quires are trie* best  Corned Beef 18 c lb  r  Fancy, Leah Middle Rib  Pigs Feet  Sweat Pickled Little Piga  47 COMMONWEALTH AVE. . '  Tel. 416-W  Concord Junction  Thrifty Housewives Use  The prudent housewife knows that it's false economy to use Groceries not of the best. Her table carries food of quality which she can obtain at cost prices at our stores.  , UNITED C00PEKATIV SOCIETY  Office and Markets 50-56, Main St., Maynard, Mas«.  Tel. Connection  Noyes-Buick Co., Boston  Q' M. Rom—Laxlngton and Concord RapressMativa Authorised Servie» at MacLeod Garag«, Lexington; Mansar Garage, Concord  ^TURDAY EVENINGS  ON THE  NEWEbt'S ORCHESTRA  SHORE  Popular Admission  OF BEAUTIFUL  i  Busses from Hudson and Maynard  i  ENTERPRISE ADS PAY BEST  ENTERPRISE ADS BRING RESULTS  FREE AUTO PARKING  LAKE  Fi'ee Auto Farking   

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