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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 14, 1916, Acton, Massachusetts                                VOLUME 4c PER COPY JUNE 1916 NI I 71 MAIN MAYNARD Quality Groceries YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE n FINE 99 DUlter CREAMERY JJC Bee 23C bars J Crab I0c value 3jc Hershoyo Corn 5C Strawberry 10C Shredded Wheat large bottle IQc 3 cans 25c Evaporated Butter tiest Oolong 35n bag 33C criily i cans Gicipe 2 Baking Fancy go S native smoked gc large jar 3 loaves 12c value And put in first class condition Ail Kinds of REPAIRING SUPPLIES of Various Kinds J i The Garage Telephone Concord i 0ur Hens Shoes Mens walking iiliiul own Some Men an to lie in their Shoes while nl iiri d mill thai tlioy liinl bought dif ferent Shoos Our Shoes Satisfy For perfection of liK duraliility vuluc nt moderate prices nur Mens Shoos Imw to no superiors in all up to Gun Vici and tho new Tun The medium and heeln and new Knglish phiin loos with broad trend and low fat A Shoe Service That Counts Is Here At Your Service STORK KSDAY UKUIXG electric cars stop at our door Murphy MAYNARD CONCORD The high school orchestra Is prac tising fur Hid graduation Curl cnristianson entered the om ol Ihiiiji Krtcksoii tliu pnst Carr WMS n recent ol his Hlllsiilc This Iliiiiiifio eoiiiiiilttee will meet in the selectmens rooms Friday evening ut HainiKl ol wan 11 visitor in town tho latter iiiirl of Hie The Mason In clnh rooms iiro hcini anil by Ulehflolc was Ilin recent in M id Iu rd and The senior elass is lo hold Us class day at XanlasUct Mon Krank Roosevelt entered the employ ol the it in Post on Freshman class day will he held at Lake Appropriate KlaK day exercises were held in all the grades ol the schools ol Streets John Driscoll hns repaired Main from the car barn tliu Stow John Sheelian ol lirooklyn was a re cent of and Joseph Sndbnry The board of health will hold its regular meeliniin llaynes hall nl S Comean moved the of Davis from to Isabella White of Mason is tin of her Helen Chnndler Inyer Sharpi1 nf visited his and David over the week Charles Stanlev and Miss to spend the summer Arthur has changed ilis resi dence from Concord Junciloii to this Cyrus Cook has bought a house on Sndhury and has moved into tho Margaret Dee has been visit ing at tlio home of Miss Agnes O Uowd In Hundley and Colliding have finished painting the house owned by Miss Alice Monument Rarle of West Anton is out wilh a Maxwell louring ear which he purchased or Mneono Shaw of Acton Cenlre has just purchased now Dodge louring car of Torrcy Vialle of Annio Slurgis ot Boston is nnw living in tho now houso on Gar laud owned by officers school of tho to hold at South Stld lnry from Juno to 19 A pound boy recently made his appearance at tho homo ot and Lexington Cornell will hereafter make her homo in Kast Sie formerly resided on Union Jams Derby has completed his for tho year at Lawrence and is at his homo on Lib erty Myron Clark is home for tho siim having completed his studios for the year at Institute Tech WEST ACTON BEDFORD Samuel was home from Lowell over iraio Hall spent In days in Now Vork Miss lirown is spending two al Allen IliirrcU Howe is visiting al tin home of Uilukah lodge will hold food sale ai ball Friday Weaver lost frond liorse Suni i biillv bv ail Miss Ilyan of Hilloriea vlsiled Hod ford Iriiiids I llbild1 I renting house In a niw roai of and Thomas Polio the guests f liidford friends I llerberi Mills of was Hie i of in lown over the wed Fay Kiiiricl i veiling wilb his Forest rivsriiil a Charlis Wi hTliie encling a i garage ill ill Cll I I Ill linn Kempton were viHitoiK In Boston tlie latter part or the ShattucU nf Asilimont Wiis the uncKt of Ills Sidney Inr the weeU iiiiniliers nT niiiKaxliins are now fur sale the public as all the space possible is Tiie regular inoiithly meetings of the club are discontinued iiulll Saturday in Septem A full blooded Irish n gift from friends In was ro eenUy received by Miss Mabel Coin Permits will be issued this year for Ilin sali of flroworlts on Tuesday and July 4 and Mary Lincoln has purchased the house she now occu pies from Samuel ol liurlins John Shechan has moved Ilis furni ure into the home on Main which recently purchased from Thomas Miss Prisrilla Walker has received her diploma from Sargent hav i completed a four yeans1 course at that A fire alarm Saturday afternoon j called the firemen to Xashoha i where urass fire was extinguished in a short j Frank K Cutter and family at Pigeon having already loft Concord for hat Miss Marion Moody has completed junior year at Hie Who and will resume in Tie Hoy Seoul acted as In the parade Memorial Kninlen lionrlly tlieir names were omitted in the report last Ti e class of the foncord school will hold its class recep tion and dance in Ihe town hall niSi iv June Ms Carolyn Webber of Hedford was iii town coming hero to witness the burning of the mort Haite the old chapter Alfred Tlodgman and sou of are visiting at homo of Modgmans j when ii flllier The engagement of Joseiili Heed and Miss Kvelyn lienjamin of llamp is llnlli will entertain a Hire parly of In jirn nl liiild over June IVid the has jlisl eiimplilcil ii riisliiill Wllgcjll wliicli is drawing some Stanley Mall caine home from Florida bringing good supply of Panama ha Is tor his Invitations to the wedding of jamin Smith and Myrtle A were received tiie Duncan Kennedy started first of the week for Nova Scotia visit Ilis who is and oilier Fred Wliilcomb hospital last and along well tlio home of or in Ailon will visit Maynard lodgi local lodge will confer gree on M and eono Weaver mid lililine and Iiimily Ill loilay rip to IhiWhile in tin vral from this village Wiicliusiii Sunday nhoul nl the Firs cburcli i libiiri ihii ionld is among the graduals nt liiirtrnoiilli eolhgi Saturday of this SeuTal from tliis village will ailend the Ac ii ha biii in viic id be In of I Indson locU e wlicii ihi llndsnii breilinn iip c pen linns all Ramsay returned home latter part of the week from a visit with relatives in Ver Hampshire and nl I invis Kliel eorps iotd was the r Marie Iisher of Coufunl Hie of Miss Lillian Ilii wee Abigail lincon ienducicd a at her Inline on Main a number of nd ion p iiren Nallian Tnlrs of Wallliani for district aitorney of Miiidli meniliers June The the third de I liiiii III IrivioiiH the casl ford bouse by Joseph ad Miss lietweiti lire ails Miss of 11 i iiilni d the audience with si vi c Miss Kailirn and Iyan Iliriiished miisir for ilanc IIIK the latter part of the eve JUNE WEDDING I m in I and i fur CHILDRENS DAY d i nioriiin day was i of en spolie p day entiei Suiidiy III the I il ibil lisrlVid nl lielirsl Tin Sunday school and 111 Illil rl 1le wis umitted on Main Mass SUTTERSeOLONIAL INN IH OLD Regular and Special Dinnara Afternoon Tea Roomi With or Without Private Bath Booklet Telephone 8165 Leonard have moved from Court lane Into the house on llnbbard which Rob weeU end with her ieoiKC will lie guests of the post after the neiiing lliis Wednesday nigl which is observed as j A big preparedness parade will be nt Lowell this Wednesday eveu A lion I hands and peo GRADUATION EXERCISES and Thorenu Robinson and family pie are expected to be in the lino of Hall Staples and Howard I gr choi lllls W give ill liin Ciin inson recently purchased from who has for i liiarter of ii century lh spent the and Illlslile Stone of Roston will ar ive Kriday to spend the summer us ho finest of and iniiiiier Miss Katherine Uyiin of norchestor viis tho wneli end of ISdwurd Flaherty at their homo in Main Tlio pupils of the 7lh Biiulo pro ionted Miss their druwinp with a gold picco Kri lay IMornnco llodMsli Is couvalosc K nt tho homo of her nnd Alfred and ro lorled as iloinn and Kelley anil family of KriimliiKham were recont nsts of tho formers Mary Tino Miss Jiiliotto MoOormaok of Hurl will spend hnr siimmor vaciitlon an tho of her Louis Clurflehl The junior class of Ihe liinh school will resumo Us dandim sichool at Cannons hull this Miss IliirUo of Marlboro will be and Parks uro rojoicliiK In tho arrival of a son Mon day Trotly and the baby arc both reported us clolni Vndor tho rocont order of tho firo engineers tho permanent man at tho llro headquarters will have ono day oft In Instead of ono In our Tho Riverside formerly Lawtons will play nt Lake Boon Juno and every Saturday evening during the lutqmer Thursday he lendered a bamiuet in Lowell in honor of his faithful Miss iertrudo lias lin her studies for tho yenr nt Miss ioilcs kimlorgarten school In lost Miss Hilda liaymond d four years llainbliii of Mayuard were guests al a banquet given by the State Medical society at tin1 Copley Wednesday the luslilnte of Teclinoliigy llreslbs Iheme The Sewerage Dissolution of TuhTiulosis Hospital in lios ehiiii ion isis of i In1 Ill d will ink placi on lriday Mirs llebli Kiisi will valedictory and Miss Mnde LEXINGTON PARK has complet courso at Sargents in and last sday received her The tennis game which was to mve been nlnyed between the high cheols n r Newlon and Concord lri liiy on the Mulihanl had lo to cancelled on account of the WEDDING IN Invitations to the wedding of Miss il1 i Kvelyu linker ami Hampton drover ill the Collingwooil Presbyteri an Juno at S have been Miss Mak er will be remembered as the daugh ter of and both of whom are well known in this ihe bill in the exingiiin park For ill ne day a drama cntilhd 11 in xiio was This i he pivMni situation south of tinIi irder and many For the of the wk a rol lick ing iitithd Wbiil Hap piin d to Smil will lie aitiiiii us hav ar ranged for Hi Infoie Hay For Sale Kl Dell Dale Farm SUDBURY ITALIAN FESTA The Italian fosta was helotl for many years und a were in though many as Charging sion to outsiders was not aa lory as tho former method bo Ice creMttf ealte were Hawes was in charge asforme CHURCH NOTES Sunday morning and Clarke supplied the pulpit the Methodist There good audiences present at both tt Sunday Juno oalnnrcato sermon will be preaclUL al South Sudlmry by Str a Memorial v Sunday evening Vincent lead Hie meeting at the churct Subject Why Should We Go tov lego M VETERAN Eli Willis Passed Away Be Greatly Another veteran has plili Kli 70 years Willis was Hie son of EH and llaynes and had always in Me was one of the from here to enlist for his countryil was a member of the church and always took a deep osI Although enjoyed good health for he did the best he couldUi all and was always Willis was assessor oral He married Sarahl and they lived happily goihor for more than 40 she died throe years He was a man who by blfi qualities won a host of greatly endeared himselfto and all who came in contact Funeral services were held J hile home in Sudlmry oclock former officiated atf tribute to his male quartet gave two Tlio house was filled and outside win could eoinmodated A long pi sion followed to tho cemetery bury where he was laid side bis Tho Veterans Sons of Veterans wore present nave the last rites at the Sons of Veterans were casket was draped with the the exercises were beautiful an Willis leaves two sisters I line brothers and wilt he missed by tho OFFICERS FOR YEAR annual business meetli at which Mrifcli Rogers acted as the following officers oil for the ensuing year Waldo Stone 1st vice Smith JohnCji Sanders Stiles Young The chairmen of the various mil tees are Rogers manual Miss mcr good Fall current Eva 4 4 4 flftavnarb MAGURN Dealers in Everything IllANK Acting Treasurer Your Accounts Are Invited and Welcomed by this Bank SPECIALTY STORE 1M CONOi our routtentis aUenliini ltiiig us linth law inn small NVo vvinld appreciate your at the Imnk am Open a checking account NOW IN OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Opposite RO on iutorept tho Ifllh of onoh TliiH lepartinent is steadily Our dividend at tho rate ofI por cent Before you RO awny on your Vnoation this Kninmer rent a Safe lipponit Box to placo your vnluublo papers and jewelry for safe keeping in cjieq of firo or n boxes 9 to Saturday 9 to 1 and 7 to 8 Real Estate Houses and House Lots For Farms In 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