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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME CONCORD Miss Mary Walsh of Cambridge was a Sunday guest at Mill Miss Mary Tewksbury complet ed her teaching duties in Lexington The Dumaines have gone to their summer home in The Coolidges have closed their home here and gone to Cotuit for the Miss Marlon Towne has accepted a position as teacher In the Hudson high where she will specialize In English and commercial Hitchcock was chairman of the committee which arranged the picnic for the class of 1905 of Rad which was held at Devereaux JTTJSTE CULL CELEBRANT Celebrated His First High Home Town Mass In Bernards church was the scene of a most Impressive ceremony on Sun day when Leo a former res ident of the who was recently or dained into the Dominican came back to his home town to read his first pastor of Bernards In order that the affair should prove more impres arranged for a solemn high mass for the the mass selected being Kormers mass in honor of Cull was celebrant and Charles Blanchard of Brighton seminary was with Ed ward Conroy of the seminary sub dea Heasley of Dorchester was master of ceremonies and Dennis curate of Bernards church was assistant master of cere monies and incense Cull assisted in saying mass by Mahon and Michael Scan former curate of Bernards and now at the gave a most eloquent sermon on The Priest hood The choir of the church furnished most Inspiring music with Miss Cath erine Haggerty The solo ists were Miss Mary James Miss Helen Fitz Miss Margaret Miss Winifred Thomas Phil ip Flavin and James The church was well filled with the friends of Cull and many of them took oc casion to greet him at the conclusion of the Cull was ordain ed on Wednesday of last week in where lie has been in preparation for several years at the Dominican college in that CuHls the son of the late John and Cull who were old residents of this Following the death of Cull several years ago Cull moved to where she now The many friends of the young priest will wish him success in the holy field in which he Is to BEDFORD Orville Plouffe visited friends Bedford the past In EQUAL SUFFRAGE NOTES The Butte Miner Progress isnt altogether at a standstill in has Instituted woman Montana herself showed progress when she became a suffrage state in as did also Ne The gains for equal suffrage hare though at first very since Wyoming adopted it in state won it in two In one In one in three In two in and two in The cause of justice ever ad Now there are five campaign How many will come in In 1916 Miss Zelma Wetherbee is visiting relatives in Northampton this Prescotts house on North is having a new coat of A number of residents on Hartfor 1 nre having new concrete walks put j Georgn Bllnn is having extensive improvements made on his front walk anil The catncliism class of Michaels church has been discontinued for the summer Harry Oowans of vifilcd his Arthur Otjcent tlio past and James Cudahy and family of Allston wore the guests of William Wall last and George Badger and family hnve returned from their vaca tion which they spent in A new drinking fountain of white marble has been presented to the town by the Bedford Large numbers are attending tho new plays at Lexington givon under the direction of Adam Good Stock and Stanley Anthony nre on a short vacation from their duties fn the The funeral of Miss Mabel Giay took place Sunday afternoon from the Congregational David Torrey Int n Shawsheen NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Principal Millar and Miss Edna Locke Millars Father and Mother Killed Two Mnynnrd school principal of thn lilsli nml his Miss Riliw a teacher at the Jtancroit faccul death In n wild auto ydungo at Turners Falls Sunday when Millars parents wore both The party had been enjoying a trip to Springfield and on their return trip stopped to soo and formerly of this They left Turners Falls at a late before hour to enjoy a moonlight trip back wus Aflnr the accident and Millnr also sucTppdod in Miss Locke were laUtn to the hnmfe inK mother in livjor where everything possible Mono for Hrlck tele ing several Sim wus alive when rescued and was rushed to the hospital whore the in the news to Ooodenow of itial examination seemed to indicate that she would how she took a turn for the worse and passed was drowned In more1 than feet oi water and took several hours work Ho the school board it was at first supposed that Principal Millar had also been so that later news lo the effect lie had escaped was a relief to his many friends Miss who is shortly to marry waK ne in a i employed by the Starrett Ma condition following to Athol with Miss Locke driving of Atbol and was a highly the acci but she is recovering from the I After crossing the suspen respected resident of that sion bridge over the Connecticut Hv has been very popular In Miss Locke became confused andiUlis tmvn during his term of service turned to the right instead of waiting j llt lhe of nml ho the accident created a tremendous until she had crossed a canal bridge sympathy nf the townspeople in town owing to the promi effeets of the nervous shock and will soon be fully The news As the car it plunged jn his terrible down an embankment into the canal j and went to the bottom carrying the I nonce of Allllar and Miss occupants with Millar was I MAYNARD uninjured and succeeded in Miss although badly wasbruised and suffering terribly from j ccupied the tenement on Nason the was not in a serious con ricently vacated by and Miss Grace Wood visited relatives in Natick during the SIDNEY 71 MAIN MAVNARH and Albert Murphy have I Filanchard Mary McCienry left Tuesday for a several months stay with her Frank in San 4th of July Grocery Sale Butter 3 1 5 Boxes Fine Vermont Butter 1 Best 23c regular 33c value 28C Swifts Pure 12C Fancy 12o valuo IOC Granulated 6 12C Choice 50c value 35c Orange Pekoe or 75c quality 49C Fancy Evaporatqd 13C Reliable 30c value 25c Quaker Regular 5o 21C Solid 3 large cans 25c Early June 3 cans 26c Tuna Regular 25c value 20C Evaporated Kegnlnr 15c 12C Baking Rmnford 12 can I3c Hersheys 12 can 16C Jello Ice Cream Powder 3 25c Bakery Department Fresh 3 loaves 25c CINNAMON Fridays 12c and Charles Stokes and and Curtis Smith were a party who visited relatives in Saxon ville over Frank Maloy has accepted a posi tion in the finishing department of the He began his duties Mon MARLBORO Stocktaking is in OKi progress at CONCORD JUNC Sarah Robert friends in Sunday at Re Fred Lawton is en joying1 from his duties at the Leandr visited Spring Itichard McSweeney and lly have gonn to White Horse ninrlton is working minis lunch Mlnilinn is painting the ii the Klks has concluded for Randall Woodworth left Oils I for Asbury be employed during the Michael Kssex was a visitor ai Houghs Neck Tinsevere electrical storm day afternoon affected the telephone system of the Rel one bolt striking within the rocker is attending the New ICiiKlanil Typographical convention ut Molornian liailey or the Uos Ion K s red railway visit ed Winthrjp Miss Helen Him lieniMn will soon graduate from New Kngland the Miss llernlion Moir and Saturday Ior Vinalliav wllclc ihcy will Spellt tile King is moving from Kail mount lo Tayntors house on irospecl TO DISCUSS EQUAL 8UFFIM Thursday July tfc lie a meeting to discuss EJqu Irage in West Concord school The meeting will be open at 8 Malt It IB tie under the auspices of the and the speaker of the evening lie Katherlne Lent StevenM tlie state of that or Stevenson has spoken before and is well known as a ful and inspiring is an open one and the public Is I dially invited to be orciesira will play a the liopkinlon iMHih cel ebration next and liave gone lo famp for the lodge of ICIks had a ing last night and initiated two ctindi w1 Miss Laura is on a vacaion from her duties the William Kennedy of Boston was a gin st of Marlboro friends the firs of I lie FAREWELL PARTY A farewell surprise party wan dered to Miss Iva Jennings bytl Sunday school class at the home Miss Annie Butcher Friday ey June Miss Jennings was a parasol as a token of J classmates An enjoyable oniiig was passed with games music on the Refreshment served during the Among those present were Mil Annie Doris Jodrey and Mary Aw TOURING SUPPLIES OF 18 A LOVER OF CONCORD Editor Concord following letter has been to John Keyes of Concord as a member of the Board of u the only one with whom I have of being I am p lover of but even more of concord and I venture to say public opinion being im portant even to a the feeling Is pretty general that It is of less con sequence that in Its most eminent cit izen and Is losing caste by persecut ing him In a technical claim where as experts me no possible ttf can accrue from the if continuance of the present conditions lor the few his honored EXCELLENT WOMEN SHOES The Kind You Al ways Get at Dt PENDABLE Q U A L I T Y Hoffirc you start on tliat tour have us stock vou up witli the extra HPAHK that youll ljuyingthcrii of us assures securing standard iimlity goods in the finist con Wayside garagos in distant parts often havent just wliat you want and VICKY often tliuir standard of quality is far below ours while prices nre Be supply WHITES 1 Main Street Telephone Concord John Finigan I Auctioneer i Concord Wedding Gifts Wadding season is at the height and we are offering you the best selection of etc at moderate Have you seen our Cut Glass lamp and shade Get your repairing done be fore you go away Gutteridge Watchmaker and Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynard PYROX The Ideal Bug Exterminator Use it and prevent blight improve the quantity ofj Hie Ii is an iileul medium to use1 in the raising of as it aids Hie luultliy iluvtliipinent if the potato UMsiHtinj the potato in Minkiits ifruwili us ntiirly pur feet as possible through tininiiinsed absorption of carbon from the und i llif fruitier necretion of clilornplijl Telephone 2524 1912 Auction Room 21 Main Try Pyron Try Pyrox the Plumber J Main and Nason 2 stores Maynard Watch This Space for Auction Sales GLASSES Save youreyos and your nervous energy RIH come to one kUUWH LOUIS Registered Optor Naylors Block GLASSES rffl
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