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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                 ENTERPRIS  VOLUME XXVII.  4 C  FJEZR. COPY  AA/'EDHSTE SIDa.Y, JXJISTE 30, leis.  CONCORD  Miss Mary Walsh of Cambridge was a Sunday guest at J. W. MUI* bury’s.  Miss Mary V. Tewksbury completed her teaching duties in Lexington Friday.  The Dumaines have gone to their summer home in Magnolia.  The Coolidges have closed their home here and gone to Cot ult for the summer.  Miss Marion Town? has accepted a position as teacher in the Hudson high school, where she will specialize In BngHsh and commercial work.  Mrs. A. B. Hitchcoc k was chairman of the committee which arranged the picnic for the class of 1905 of Had cllffe, which wns held at Devereaux Wednesday.  BEDFORD  Orville Plouflfe visited friends Bedford the past week.  Miss Zeima Wetherbee is visiting relatives In Northampton this week.  Mr. Prescott's house on North rd. is having a n«-w coat of paint.  A number of residents on Hart for I *b are having new concrete walks put in.  george R. Bllnn is having extensive improvements made on his front walk and steps,  The catechism class of St. Michael'* church has In on discontinue ! for the summer months.  Marry iowans of Providence, R. I., vPlied his brother. Arthur GO'Vftlis,  f  rmec,,f ave., the past wee]-.  FR. CULL CELEBRANT  * J*  Celebrated Hie First High Mass In  %  Home Town  St. Bernard’s church was the scene of a most Impressive ceremony on Sunday when Rev. Leo Cull, a former resident of the town, who was recently ordained Into the Dominican order, came back to his home town to read his first mass. Rev. M, P. Mahon, pastor of St. Bernard’s church, in order that the affair should prove more impressive, arranged for a solemn high mass for the occasion, the mass selected being Kormer’s mass in honor of St. James. Fr. Cull w’as celebrant and Rev. Charles Blanchard of Brighton seminary was deacon, with Rev. Edward Conroy of the seminary sub deacon. Rev. Fr. Beasley of Dorchester was master of ceremonies and Rev. Dennis Lynch, curate of St. Bernard’s church was assistant master of cere-monies and incense bearer. Fr. Cull was assisted In saying mass by Rev. Fr. Mahon and Rev. Michael J. Scanlon, former curate of St. Bernard’s and now at the Cathedral, Boston, gave a most eloquent sermon on "The Priesthood.”  The choir of tho church furnished most inspiring music with Miss (’atherine Haggerty organist. The soloists were Miss Mary Mulcahy, Mrs. James Laughlin, Miss Helen Fitzpatrick, Miss Margaret Fallon, Miss Winifred O’Neil. Thomas Powers, Philip Flavin and James Laughlin. The church was well filled with the friends of Fr. Cull and many of them took occasion to greet him at the conclusion of the services. Fr. Cull was ordained on Wednesday of last week in Washington, D. C. where he has been in preparation for several years at the Dominican college in that city. Fr. Cull is the son of the late John W. and Mrs. Cull who were old residents of this town. Following the death of Mr. Cull several years ago Mrs. Cull moved to Somerville, where she now resides. The many friends of the young priest will wish him success in the holy field in which he is to labor.  EQUAL SUFFRAGE NOTES  The Butte Miner says, "Progreso isn’t altogether at a standstill in Europe—Denmark has just instituted ‘woman suffrage.’ Montana herself showed progress when she became a suffrage state in 1914, as did also Nevada. The gains for equal suffrage have been steady, though at first very slow, since Wyoming adopted it in 1869. Another state won it in 1893, two in 1896, one in 1910, one in 1911, three in 1912, two in 1913, and two in 1914. The cause of justice ever advances. Now there are five campaign states. How many will come in in 1915?  18 A LOVER OF CONCORD  Mr.  and Mrs. James Cudahy and family of Allston were the guests of Mrs. William Wall last Sundav.  Mr. and Mrs. George Badger and family have returned from their vnca* spent In Hudson.  tion which they  A new drinking fountain of white marble has been presented to the town by the Bedford Grange.  Large numbers are attending th * new plays at Lexington park, giver tinder the direction of Adam Good Stock Co.  L : oio| and Stanley Anthony ar. home on a short vacation from their duties in the C. S. navy.  The funeral of Miss Mabel G»a\  NARROW ESCAPE  MARLBORO  FROM DEATH  Principal C. W. Millar and Miss Edna Locke Escape—Mr. Millar’s Father and Mother Killed  Two Maynard school touchers, c. w. Millar, principal of the high school, and his fiancee. Miss Edna Locke, a teacher at the Bancroft st. *:*hool, faced death in a Wild auto plunge nt Turners' Falls Sunday night, when Mr. Millar’s parents were both killed. The party had been enjoying a trip to Springfield and on their return tri|) stopped to see Mr. and Mrs. F. S, Brick, formerly of this town.  They left Turners Falls at a late hour to enjoy a moonlight trip hack to Athol with Miss Locke driving the muehim  (lit ion.  Mr, Miller Hisn sn.-, .•c.p.j in t ringing his motlier to the hole atter (Jiving several times. She Was alive when rescued and was immediately rushed to the hospital where the initial examination seemed to indicate that she would recover. Later, however, she took a turn for the worse and passed away. .Mr Millar, sr., v. as drowned in more than th feet of wafer and it took several hours' work before the bod) was recovered, Ile was employed b> lite Starred Machine Co. of Athol and was a highly  Accident  Mr. j 111 a r and  were taken to tile home Mrs. Brick in Turners everything Imssltip  After crossing the suspen- respected resident of that town. Mr.  sion bridge over the Connecticut rlv*’ Millar, jr. has I ti very popular in  cr, Miss Locke became confused and tills town during lits term of service turned to the right Instead of waiting  Ht thl .  h „ ilcl of  ,j M , | liuh    n nd    he  until she had crossed a canal bridge jj 1M  sympathy of the townspeople nearhv. As the car turned, it plunged  in  his terrible bereavement. down an embankment into the canal and went to the bottom carrying the  occupants with it. Mr. Millar was I    MAYNARD  Alter th.*  Miss Locke Of Mr. and  Falls, where evorviumg possible wa dom* for them. Mr. Brick telephoned the news to Dr. Good enow of the school board and it was at firs* supposed that Principal Millar had also been killed, so that later news to the effect that he had escaped wits a relief to his main friends here. .Miss Locke, who is shortie to marrj Mr. Millar, was thought to he in a critical condition following the accident, but she is recovering from the effects of the nervous shock and will soon be fully recovered. The news of the accident created a tremendous sensation in town owing to the prominence ol Mr. Millar and Miss Ixxko.  took place Sunday afternoon from the I uninjured ami succeeded in rescuing,     —  Congregational church, Rev. David C. Miss Locke, who, although badly  Mr -  an(1  *V r8 ’  A,h " rt  Murphy hay I en re officiating. Interment was bruised and suffering territdy from occupied til© ten crib ut on Nason st •a Shaw sheen cemetery.    th*' shock, was not in a serious con  Miss Grace Wood visited relat -es in Natick during the week.  recently vacated by I'lane hard Weave r.  Mr. aiel  Mr, and Mrs. Charles Stokes anil j Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith were a j party who visited relatives in Saxon \illc- over Sunday.  sidney e. McCleary,  71 MAIN ST.,    MAYNARD  4th of July  Grocery Sale  Butter i,3l£  5 lb. Boxes Fine Vermont Butter $1.60  COFFEE, Best Santos, 23c  Cocoa, Bensdorps, regular 33c value.........28c  Lard, Swift’s Pure.............  lb.    12c  Raisins, Fancy Seeded. Pie value............IOC  Sugar, Best Granulated..............lb.    6    1-2C  Tea, Choice Oolong, 50c value................35c  Tea, Orange Pekoe or Ceylon, 75c quality 49c  Apricots, Fancy Evaporated...........lb.    13c  Reliable Flour, 30c value .................25c  Quaker Oats, Regular 25c size............ 21c  Tomatoes, Solid Pack." 3 large cans 25c  Peas, Early June.................3    cans    25c  Tuna Fish, Regular 25c value..............20c  Evaporated Apple, Regular 15c value. ..... 12c Baking Powder, Rumford s... 1-2 lb. can 13c  Cocoa, Hershey’s 1*2 lh. can  ...............16c  Jello Ice Cream Powder 3 pkgs. 25c  Bakery Department  BREAD, Fresh Daily,......... 3    loaves    25c  CINNAMON BUNS, Fridays..............doz.    12c  Mrs. Mary McCleary left Tuesday I for a several months’ stay with her ; sister, Mrs. Frank Rockford, in San I Francisco, Cai.  Frank Muley has accepted a position in the finishing department of the mill. He begun his duties Monday.  e  O  *  4  4  4  4  e  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  DEPENDABLE QUAL I T Y  Editor Concord Enterprise:  Sir:—The following letter has been sent to Mr. John M. Keyes of Concord as a member of the Board of Health. being the only one with whom I have the honor of being acquainted.  "I am o lover of Concord, but even more of concord and I venture to sav to you that, public opinion being important even to a town, the feeling is pretty general that it is of less consequence that in its most eminent citizen and is losing caste by persecuting bim in a technical claim where as experts inform me no possible harm <?an accrue to. health from the continuance of the present conditions for the few years of his honored life.’’ I am truly yours,  - IRVING WINSLOW  :  lief.ire you -tart on that tour have us stock von up with the extra 'IT BKS, CASINGS, SPARK HUGS, (iii KAS ES, OILS TOOLS, A(’( lissom KS, etc that you’ll need—for buying them of us assures securing standard quality goods in tho finest con-d it ion.  Wayside garages in distant parts often haven’t just what you want and \ Lift often their standard of quality is fur below ours while prices are higher.  e  ♦  ♦  ♦  4  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  4  4  ♦  ♦  4  4  4  ♦  ♦  ♦  4  0     bt oi iv * Hi ne    is In progr** - at th*      O’K* :< vh mr          U'-:'I*.ii !;■ ut  VIT (    spirit Sunday a* U<*      Lf V,  1  ■ *r ii. ,    mop; rd visited Spring      field * '.rn,.          Ulm ( .iii*'    ii rn working af nod      man i v i i    rf.      Iv t - -    i i • pain filii; til** , t or      lor <• . Li    homo      Ii t LUI Id    • • iia.s ( on* Iud- ii ills      set * • cr F    V, I ,i a i \.      Mi- . I al,    >v:* . Ess* x v|.. j,      VMO.i ||<, ,    N* i k Sunday.      f. ii Unit.    v ba I • c mly con      •iru< • i • col    - it Lake Boon.      Uc-i -■ • la,c|    * i i attending rh* New      Eli. ialid I . pin    i a cli ii al ( on vent iou a’      Portland, Mi          MiVci ; .ai I I    V, I at i !< \ oi tin | Jo.      foil <1 \\ -Pl    * ri ot rail.. a \ isii      'ii Win Ll I - ,    - t * * t J a y,      Mi HH* ii    11 ut • and Mb Rut Ii      Benn-ut ii,    •on iTuduate rom tin      Nevi I.miaul!    o id' a1, I tost on.      Mil- ii* : I    i. M-dr and brother      Ray ii nu I I* "    S. a i i'i I a v for Viimlbuv      'It. U* cli I    • JI spent I he      . urn li er.          J. I: Kim    I me in: f --*,> Fait      mount . t - .1    I. I . i > n t o r s 11 o 11 s - on      Prakpei t st          Flame ii    -e ii iIU; will pla\ a’      ’ii** Hopi iii ton    anni vt r.~ i r> ch      • bra tim i ic vt    Satur.],t>      MI s \V Ii    lei nnd (laughter      Eleanor, ba. *    "ne to (’amp I,oobout,      Berlin, tor tin    summer.      Marlboro Id    * of Elks had a nice'      ini; bn-1 I,milt    iud initiated two candi     CONCORD JUN  Mrs. Sarah Roberts : fiends in Ashburnham.  Fred Lawton is enjoying a vadlMf troin ins duties at the Massa&usettf  Reformatory,  Mrs. Richard McSweeney and fain* o .ive gone IO White Horse beach  for r summer.  Randall Woodworth left thus W#«h for Asbury Park, N. J., where he ii to he employed during the vacatih  season.  The severe electrical storm Satur* day afternoon affected the Halting and lei* phone system of the Reformatory, one bolt strik eg within the grounds.  TO DISCUSS EQUAL SUFFRAGE  Thursday  be ;i meeting discuss Equal GG trave in Hie West i oticord school hall. Til*- meet int: will be open at 8 p. to* Hi v. W. J. Batt presiding It is held tinder the auspices of the W. (’. T. U. and the speaker of the evening will in Mrs. Katherine I<ent Stevenson'. the state president of that organist* ion Mrs. Stevenson lias spoken here before and is well known as a forceful and inspiring talker. The meeting is an open one and the public Is cor* 'J i a 11 > Invited to be present.  FAREWELL PARTY  flute  Mi.-- Laura 'Yoni tier tiu*   ;  ’n. office.  William Kenned) Of Boston las a :u> st of Marlboro friends Uh* first os ie* Week.  \ farewell surprise party was tell*' der* d to .Miss Iva F. Jennings by her sunday school class at the home of Miss Annie Butcher Friday evening, .lun* 25, Miss Jennings was present* od wit ii a parasol as a token of her classmates’ esteem. An enjoyable evening was passed with games and music on the Vietrola. Refreshments were served during the evening.  Among those present were Missal Annie Butcher. Doris Pratt, Freda J od ray and Mary Hilham.  Wedding Gifts  Wjddinjt season Is at the height and we are offering you the best selection of Jewelry, Silverware Gut Glass, Clocks, etc at moderate prices. Have you seen our Cut Glass lamp and shade at $5.00  Get your repairing done before you go* away  Geo. H. Gut teridge  Watchmaker and Jeweler  7 Nason Street  Maynard  Be safe—have I S supply you.  WHITE’S GARAGE,  P. W. WHITE, Proprietor.    I    Main    Street  Telephone Concord 150. CONC’<HU), MASS.  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  40~ Central st, .Boston,  mm  5 John A. Finigan  Auctioneer Concord .... Mass.  ■  ♦  ♦  N  ♦  PYROX  The Ideal Bug Exterminator  ♦  4 4 4 4 4 4  ^ I se it and prevent blight ami improve the quantity of  ♦  ■  ♦  I Ik* prod net.  Ii i- an ideal medium to -im iii the raining of potatoes, ss it aids Hip healthy development of Hie potato leaf, assisting the potato to make it* growth a- nearly perfect as possible through the increased absorption of carbon from tile atmosphere and lilt* greater secretion of chlorophyl starch.  Try Pyrox ! Try Pyrox !  t TOWNSEND, the Plumber  Telephone 252-4 “    191-2  ♦  m  4  4  A  Main and Nason Sts., 2 stores Maynard  Auction Room Walden Hall, 21 Main St.  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  Watch This Space for Auction Sales  ♦■♦■♦■■♦■♦■♦■♦■♦■♦I  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  GLASSES  Save yonr^eyoH and your nervous energy and come to one who  kill IWM  LOUIS PEEL, Registered Optometrist  Maynard, Naylor’s Bloc*  GLASSES   

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