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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 3, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                4e PER COI sV rStandard oftheWorl mWr7 Moment a Pleasanter Moment a Steadier Mile Every Hour an Hour of Greater Ease sr Cadillac agents for Framing Sndbury and the and now rpe model Cadillac tonrlnftcar tioa at their show Main and This car should be seen to be r write or phone 245R or 8622 I for a demonstration Vialle feo WEDP i 1917 1 4S Charles Palmer was the Sunday guest of friends at The New Idea store passed out beautiful calendars the past Glover of Braintree was the recent guest of his Walter Qlover and Miss Katherine McCormack was housed a few days of the past week with a slight tMiss Katherine Keegan was the guest of relatives at Concord a few days of the past Katherine ILyons returned Thursday after a few days spent as the guest of friends at CONCORD Miss Nellie May spent several days of the past week as the guest of her Enwright at Spring Edward Williams of South Boston J FIRE PROOF GARAGE L Vjte USED CARS AS FOLLOWS touring car 6 touring car Ige Touring car ebaker 4 car In 5 passenger car touring run miles Mooring run miles 7 passenger touring car e body 2 ton truck HUNG i STREETS MASS orrey ft are the i rpj i and the Actom iV1 prepared to Itf rA t i at any time i w ml i was the guest of his Mi SB Julia a few days the past Roy Ocnnison of who was the guest of his and Robert Christmas re turned Francis and Gerald Nee spent tho week end and New Years as the guest of their Mary Callahan of William Holly of who was the guest of and John Comeau over tho returned to his home Fred Axford and daughter Ag nes returned Monday from where they had boon visiting rel atives over tho Tho stockholders of the Maynard Trust received a dividend of 4 per this the fourth semi annual dividend paid by the Walter Comeau of who spent the Christmas holidays as the guest of his and John left Friday for a 10 days trip to Christopher formerly a res ident here and now engaged as tex tile adjuster with offices at was the guest of his George the past Henry Price assisted at the annual Canton Eagles at Havcrhill Thursday eve Price Is adjutant on the staff of inspection The third annual meeting of the stockholders of the Maynard Trust will be in Riverside Haynes Tuesday at 8 Tho installation of tho officersof the Asaabet will be held Daniel Mc of Hudson will be present and officiate as installing Carl Stockbridgo and daugh ter Barbara and son Willis returned following n two weeks va cation spent with the formers par and at Low Long distance ice skating trips fol lowed by camping paries have been the favorite pastimes of some of the high school pupils during the Christ mas Potato barbecues along the banks wore a feature of The installation of tho officers of Mizpah Rebekah lodge will take place at the meeting In hall Thurs day Miss Nellie of Hudson and suite will he pres An early supper will be Senna and May Lillian Columbus Ralnville and Thomas operators at the local telephone received a New Years present of the gift of three weeks pay from the Miss Marlon Gault observed 6th birthday surrounded by a num ber of her friends at her home on Ac tin vocal and instrumental music and re freshments were Maynard Loyal Order of held a regular meeting at hall Friday The regu lar night for the meeting was Mon but because It was the meeting was Ralph who spent the Christ mas Vacation at the home of his and Levl re sumed hia studies at Poston universi ty Ralph Newton re siimed his studies after spending the home of his George Tompklns has been spend ing the past week In New Miss Alice Murphy of Stoughton has been visiting relatives In Miss Marlon Green of Groton was a recent of Miss Josephine A week of prayer is being observed at the Trinitarian Congregational George Tewksbury and daugh ter Dorothy are visiting friends New John Murpliy of Lynn has been visiting at the home of his parents on Lowell Goddard Kent of has been visiting his parents at their Main r Murray of Chfcago has been visitng at the homo of his par ents on Elm The Tennis club of Went Acton on New Yeara attracted a number from this and Barle Ricketts and baby have been visiting friends in Glens and Walter George of Win CONCORD JUNCTION WEST ACTON friends in and Daniel Nagle spent Sunday in Miss Grace Jones spent the week end with relatives Angus McGulnness of Hartford spent the week end Young is slowly recover ing from an attack of Ralph Fuller Is the guest of his and Harry Carroll has been undergoing treatment at the Deaconess Thomas Carroll and John Rellly spent Sunday with friends in Frank Miss Mary Shaughnessy of Bel rnont spent the holidays with friends Miss Marlon Koefe of Cambridge was the recent guest of Miss Mary Keef Miss Mary Curry of Cambridge WRB the recent cuest of Miss Louiso Wil Miss Rachael Damon enjoyed the terhlll were recent guests of Lowell and Winthrop Wood of have been visiting at the home of Stow Miss Blanche Young of West Brldgewater has been visiting at the home of George the past Miss Edith Milliken left Monday for where she has accepted a position an teacher In the Hartford Frank Harrln and daughter Eleanor have returned to their home after a week spent relatives In Miss Margaret TItcomb gave an af ternoon tea in honor of Helen Keyes Clark at her Sudbury home Friday The Christmas held the First Parish church Sunday after were well all enjoying the fine Tho Uulios the Congregational church will meet in the parlors of the church at Thursday and Anson Lyman of 172 Buckininister an nounce the engagement of their laugh ter Ruth to George Edna Noal has returned to her studies at the Standtrn Manor after a Christmas vacation spent at the home of her Tho Young Peoples society of ClrriH tian Endeavor held In the Trinitarian church vestry Sunday eve was led by Miss Ruth Miss Mabel Gillesple of the Mini mum Wage commission will discuss the Eight Hour Law for Women be fore a meeting of the BrightonAllston Equal Suffrage association Thursday Many from this town attended the anniversary celebration of the First Congregational society Unitarian of Bedford which took place in their church Sunday B pastor of the oc cupied the The Church Aid society of the ity ohiirch hold a meeting in the Par Ish house Friday Follow ing the meeting a social hour was en joyed during were nerved by the Charles Carruth ami Herbert iMathew Fagan spent Sunday with Earl Randall entertained Proc tor of over New Perry Willis heard Billy on Friday afternoon at the Carl Hoar of Williams college was home over theholiday Miss Laura Kipple of Salem was the guest last week of Miss Ruth Fos Everett Montague of Concord Junc tion was a Sunday guest of Miss Ber tha Anderson and family of Nash ua recently visited at the home of Miss Pauline Mead was at home over the holiday from her school at Richard White of Dartmouth college was a guest of Miss Irma Durkee on New Years in this has for the past two weeks been seriously 111 and is still In a very critical Miss Thelma McGregor of the Fitch burg Normal enjoyed the holt days at her home Webster a student Bt Harvard spent the holiday va cation at his home George Durkee of one of the oldest residents of that town being 90 years of age and well known New Years cards were received holidays with her Ralph and Frank Lipps of New Haven were tho recent guests of William The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic club will take place Monday Masses were celebrated In Help of Christians church at 6 and at 8 o clock New Years Joseph Fitzpatrick Is at the Deaconess where she recent ly underwent an Cards were received Saturday an nouncing the engagement of Miss Cora McClcllan and Murdock Charles Noll and Connor left last week for Now where they are to visit and Ferd Baker have closed their bungalow and will make their home in Boston for the Miss Helen Miss Betty Loring and Miss Carrie Cadwell spent the holidays with Shatttick in and Adams and and Rodday attended the friends In Maiden Wednes day Miss Dorothy Miss Miriam Homer Allen and Gardner Russell were guests at a dancing par ty in Concord Thursday Tho junior dance In the town hall Friday evening proved to be the at traction for a largo number of the younger people of tho SURPRISE PARTY A number of tho friends of and iRIchard iMcSweeney ten dered them a surprise party Friday on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of their Al though utterly taken by surprise they accorded their unexpected guests a royal welcome and a delightful even Ing was Local Year Tuesd Dwlght cent visitor Mrs Mary i from her The youn delighted with Harrison 1 Id recovery Miss Blliat week end wit ton The newt town depar Ing comp A New Ye ed In Mi morning at 8 A meeting of jt clety of Ml place Friday ev A large the junior prom1 cord high school i requiem htfhj John last A number In the quhart of from Knowlton of Peman of ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the West Concord Animal Rescue league will be held Friday at 3 o clock In the music studio in Associa tion hall Reports of the work for the year will bo fol lowed by the election of It Is hoped that all the members of the league will be and an invita tion Is hereby extended to every one to come and join the league at this SIDNEY 71 MAIN MAYNARD Three Big Money Savers WEEK COMMENCING 3 BUTTER Vermont by friends the first of the James It Is suffered a slight paralytic shock on is reported to bo as com fortable as An every member canvass of the Baptist church was made Sunday af by 20 canvassers for the year same to start Mead brought home from the Concord hospital during the week in an ambulance from Winches ter and is getting along During the past week some fine skat ing has been enjoyed by the young and the school boys have had several exciting At the r next meetlngpf the West Acton Womans club the chil dren will be the guests of the and will bo royally The churcf tolnment at Thuf and celvlng many birth of a bouric rived during The evergreen j stock was plent and eve When you Monday m menVber Until Ham Sli talnment FINIGAN Main IN WALDEN at AND IN THE EVENING AT 7 And Continuing Every Afte Evening Until every article in our store is No as every article is to be sold to make neV line of Stable Hardware Oi Rain or fthlne JOHN Telephone 13 Another N And May A Happy and Proif Your patronage with us wo thank in our Armours Pure   

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