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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 12, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME WEST ACTON BEDFORD Clark of census takei of finished his work in the town latter part of the Miss Fullington of Souia Acton is substitute operator at the telephone exchange for a few Next Sunday morning Mor rill Osgood of Maynard will preach at the Baptist church in exchange with the Rogers of the equipment de partment for the has been making extensive changes at the local exchange the past Holt attended the banquet arid entertainment of the Triple Link league of Odd Fellows of Greater Boston at the Hub on Saturday even ing and reports a fine William Murphy returned home last week from a several weeks trip to California where ho visited both expositions at San Francisco and San Diego and reports a very pleasant trip all He spent 10 days at the home of Edwin formerly of this and Andrew Peterson of who are well known In this vil where they have many celebrated tho 25th anniversary of their marriage Saturday A large number of friends and neigh bors called at the home where a good cocial time was The piano pupils of Miss Anna Holt of assisted by Misses Madeline Flagg and Genevievo Coughlln and George Wiino Clarence Lloyd and Harry Holt of will give a recital in Colonial May Proceeds of the recital will be used to help erect a Soldiers mon ument at the lot in Glenwood which arc can be obtained of Bertram John Laflin has purchased an auto ear Uncoil has a new Duikee has purchased a Ford touring The road department is oiling the roads this Whittomoro visited friends in Bedford last Tho farmers aro prophesying an early strawberry ason this Coughlln Is making improvements the Bedford Mouse Walter Manning has accepted a po sition with the New Knglund Nurser i Fisher Ames and family have re turned to Bedford after spending the winter in and Sulloway have returned to Bedford after spending the winter in Thinking of planting The Hert ford Corporation is tho local agent for Brocks MAYNArtP Walter Manna is employed as a car penter at the Miss Rva Hunthas secured a lucra tive position in Miss Lucy Clark was a week end visitor with relatives in William May of TSoston spent Sun day with his Julia Summer The Priscilta club will meet Friday evening at tho homo of Roderick Concord Louis Shaw enjoyed a several days visit with relatives In Holyoke dur ing the At the mooting of Mizpah Rcbeknh lodge Thursday four lions for membership were and Charles Whitney and in ugh I or of were week end of and Thomas and Henry AVollerschied niul family of Lynn autoed to town Sunday where they wero entertained by MAYNARD Ashael Balcolm is remodeling his converting It into a tenement Hilferty has been appointed agent for tho Chevrolet automobile In Maynard and surrounding John Rouse has the contract for the painting of tho new house ly built for Everett llowker of North Charles who sprained Us ankle when stepping from a team last is rapidly recovering from I lie Miss Louise Doherty of a former teacher in the high school the week end with and A duplicate book of Pollyanmi has been added at the public This in a measure will relievo the demand for tho MARLBORO Michael CRourke of Worcester vis ited Marlboro friends tle Fairbanks corner has an Arthur Malcolm of Lynn was a week end guest of his and Arthur Chinas Deadly During one Hood of tlii Yanctse in were drowned Visible now Make Al 80078 North The funeral of Kenrick was held Tuesday from the In terment was in Shawsheen II was largely attended by relatives and friends of tho weather is bringing hi campers out a little earlier than us Tho Oakland and Nuttings Lake aro getting ready for a big business this Lexington Minute held a dance in tho town hall Monday eve This organization will celebrate its third birthday in being or Home Week Work on the road construction was temporarily held up owing to delay in procuring the services of a com potent steam roller A largo j force of men will start work hnrnedl I Miss Mary Tiinns of Auburndale spent the week ond with hor and Thomas Miss Helen Hendricksen enter I tallied a party of 12 of hor friends at her homo near 1nlTors pond A fine outing was SIDNEY 71 MAIN MAYNARD Cards have boon received during the woek from Charles who is traveling for tho United Cigar They wero dated Allan who has boon sojourning with his and Allan returned to his in Henry Price came into his own again last winning tho weekly prixe at the alleys with ridiculous oasT by a string of The Holy Namo club will hold ladies night In their quarters in Can nons block next Wednesday evening A program is being ar Harry Pease ami Krnrsl Butter worth of Winchester were Sunday Riiests of and Kri dcrlrk Miss Annie MeCarron of spent several days of the week vlth her and Frank Miss Mary who recently submitted to a succnsKfiil operation Kllnabelbs aa returned Georpo of Conrard wlio has been employed nt thn Maple has entered the employ or James Hutch In Rtroiit moved tho furniture of Arthur Tiradford Paptnean to his Rummer residence at tho river the latter part of the Maurice Klrby hi out with a hand some new eight cylinder Hudson ca1 Joseph Procourt of Wobui was guest u his John Marshal Mitchell is living at the home of John lrcd Howe has completed painting Abel Howe place on High Harry Mason of Clark University was here Sunday visiting friends in ihlti KxMayor John Shaughnessy and Shaughnessy have returned from Atlantic Tho Wconus and the Federals are booked for a nwlched game at the Iasillmc alloys this Miss Lillian teacher in the Ilildrcth is recovering from her recent CONCORD JUNCTION Miss Ruth Shepard the week end with friends in I Miss Elizabeth Council visltfcvl friends in last j John 13onner and children of visited frieids in town Mary Tickford in in the Blair ps Is tonights moving pictur Guy Klines and children spout the past week with relatives in Provi Frank is assisting at Adams TlridK s store during the absence of Dumalne home at Nine Acre John Hunt has acceptedap with the Sunshine Biscuit gone to New where he and John wi Imve been residing in havn taken up their residence John Morse has irom tho being called unexpectedly by the illness aiuTd of her David el Klliot Arclinr nnrt srm Noon sojourniiiK with Arcbnrs arid nicli nrd returned to homo in Tin members oT Isaac Davis THE KIND YOU WANT 5 lb Boxes Fine Vermont Butter 58c Best Granulated With a purchase of SOc or moire exclusive of sugar bars 24C Best Strictly High Fancy 12 cent Swifts 12C TOMATOES Extra Quality 3 Largo RICEBeat Japan G00OA Herslieys 12 pound IOC Best Early June 8 Oolong 50e Orange Pekoe or 7Gc Raspberry and TUNA FISHLarge7 cans EVAPORATED Choice 15c Blue 19C will attend the tional church May when the Frederick vill preach at their memorial Friends in town of Michael Crafty of will bo pleased to learn that he has bcon reappointcd to another or two years as chair man of tho Barbers commission of The devoured Wilders Lambs in a game of baseball at the Bancroft playgrounds Saturday after noon by a score of 11 to Batteries and Kiorstead for tho Tig ers McCarthy and Muff cod Several overseers of the mill plan to make an automobile trip to Rocky to attend an outing of tho Woolen and Worsted Overseers which is to bi held at that popular Bakery Department CRULLERSi Wednesdays and per 15C GLASSES Save your eyes and your nervous energy and cniuo to one who knowu LOUIS Registered Optometrist Naylors Blocic GLASSES Arthur clerk In the Miss Mhrjorlo Wilhorbee enjoytd a j ardson who wenttOJ vacation from her studies at Walnut j homo in Jewett f week was taken 111 and hsjif yet been unable to return to hls ties Hill school last The Quarie club ia planning for an n at Kort Meadow in the near Mies Jonnis who is employed in spent the weekend at j Mer home on South Thn annual meeting of the Marl borough Savings Hank will boheld Joseph Bmitli visited Hevero Sun and William Wood re turned homo last week after spending the winter in The monthly meeting of tha La dins sodality was held in Help of Christians church Monday James Christian is enjoying a weeks vacation from his duties at tho licrnard of Hvde Iarlt vis ited liis inirents on High last riun Hcsinicr has gone New from winre ho oxprcin to west laltr in the liu i plans to be gone about a Alma Water has returned from a two weekii stay in Her Aunni returned with her and is to for an extended and RrlKit Brown aro to occupy the house on Commonwealth recently vacated by Car The social dance held Friday even by The Jolly Four was not largely attended but an enjoyable time was had by those and Charles Noll spent several days last week in Now York Albert Xoll had charge of the Rexall store during his brothers Misses Grace Hunt and Ruth i mond are in charge of the ent merit to be given at the me Concord Grange Tuesday A rehearsal of the degree wasijlj Tuesday evening by lodge preparatory to the the Grand Officers on the i Lniiri Jolduen was incnpaeita led during tho week by nn attack of the She has fully recovered and has resumed her clerical duties at the store of Case Marlboro lodge of Odd Fellows has nci ived an invitation to attend CoiiKrcRatloiial church in Norlhhoni which will be observed us Mimirial by the JVirick IJiirke of Milford called trkndti in this city A party consisting of Benjamin John Michael Hayes and Allison Willis attended the per formance of Hello Broadway at the Colonial theatre Thursday Quite a few of the Concord Or ers are planning to attend the of the Middlesex Central which will be held in Waltham the Several Concord friends of Prisdlla Wheeler and Hilda students at the Sargent in are to attend the billon to be given in the Arena day THEBES V 0 i Did you ever hear of u nicing cur using null older V oils or greases O Hardly J Thf racing team manafter knows the QfALTH wins the J race and will use ONIA those tires and supplies that have provcir VOlK life undptho lito cf your car is endangered when reliable mail order are used so why not play safe and be on the safe side by using IIKPIITABLK When serviie is our Supplies and cssoritis are by far the Try us and be WHITES 1 Main Street Telephone Concord Robert Walker addressed the members of the Middlesex North Po mona Grange In Lowell He snoko on Reformatory Methods In John who for five years past Ins been guard nt the Prison ramp in has been transferred tn tho beginning his duties last TO TAKE PART IN FBTB Special to The Miss Janet Lee daugbt fteorgfi has been to tall annual May fetfe atJ where she The festival is to be the college campus on the I of May The dances will f I the crowning of theMay most popular girl in the Miss Dunning will participate In i rental to be done in Al a meeting of Old Concord chap at the Chapter house oncord Saturday afternoon tho fol lowing local members were In atten lance James Mrs Helen Bent Fowler Alfred Me Cloary and who has boon at tending1 John Bradley of South Acton for blood ordered his movai to tho General hospital whore he was taken In the auto of Friday hla right arm was amputated just above the Although Bradley is well along in his constitution withstood tho operation John Finigan 1 Auctioneer The Concord district of tho association oC Sunday schools will Isold its annual convention In Trin ity May with sessions In tho af ternoon and for which an at tractive program will appear Morrill pastor of the Meth odlst Episcopal will be In Concord Telephone 2524 1912 j m J 1912 5 Auction Room 21 Main 5 Watch This Space for Auction Sales 4 INTRODUCING A New Line of Press Cut Glass Cheaper than cut glass and very desirable from a pricey Just note a few Bon Bon Lunch Sets Sherbet Glasses 12 dozen Water S And many other articles at correipondtngly low Gutteridge Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynard Plumbing and Hcatii Agents for the Glenwoi Stoves and Ranges A few good second hand Cook Stoves in gc condition for Sale the Pluml Main and Naion 2 itorei
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