Acton Enterprise, May 16, 1917

Acton Enterprise

May 16, 1917

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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME XXIX 4c PER COPY MAY 1917 N1 TIRES TIRES The Largest Stock of Tires and Tubes BETWEEN BOSTON FITCHBURC ALWAYS ON HAND Torrey 6 Vialle INCORPORATED are of the firm opinion that the price of nearly all the standard makes of tires and tubes Will Advance Again Within the Next Few Days The Proposed United States Govern ment War Tax bill calls for a large tax on retail prices of all tires and tubes and may be enacted into law about June J 9 which if passed will undoubtedly make a further advance in all tire prices to the consumer of around 20 SO BUY NOW Call and see our Full line of Tires and Tubes Buy Now for Cash and Save Money Tor rey Vialle INCORPORATED Main and Walden Streets TELEPHONE 45R or 8622 MAYNARD Prank Fiske of Acton Center was the guest of friends here A son was born to and Harry Nason Miss Emma FormnnM Pleasant has and now resides at Mai Dorothy Banford spent the week end as the guest of relatives at Hud William Ltiwlor Is working as clerk at the store of John Brown at Marl and Arnold Lincoln were the Sunday guests of friends at Marl A daughter was born to and John Pine Wed Rolfe Kilby of was the guest of friends in town over the week Fred Bamford left today for an extended visit with relatives at Port Henry Hodges purchased a 1917 roadster the past woik from the Haynes Ida Kidney of was the week end guest of and Albert Irving Hay ward and John Walsh of Boston arc tho guests oC lilias Parker and Walter Priest and children were the Sunday guests of relatives at James Burns of a for mcr resident was tho guest ot friends hero Arthur Sullivan of tho postofflcr clerical force was the woek end guest of relatives at Daniel Lincoln of Wrontham vis Ited his Arnold Concord over the week William May of Boston spent Sun day at tho home of his Julia Summer David Leithead was confined a few days at the General hospital for treatment of his and Archie Livingston and children were the weak end guests oC and Hiram and Walford Malison were guests of friends at Boston Saturday and viewed the Jotfro Thomas Percival was taken to the Framingham hos pital Wednesday by CONCORD JUNCTION Louis McCaffrey has purchased an Jverland William Douglas spent Sunday with relatives in Michael Fox of Natick is visiting and James Damon has purchased a now 7 passenger Imperial Hanley of allod on friends In town Brio Judge left Friday for tho Naval Reserve training camp at Miss Nellie Burns of Boston is vis iting and Matthew Miss May Curley has returned from a weeks visit with friends in and James OHalloran were Sunday guests of relatives iu Dorches Mrs Thomas Slmughnessy of Bel mont was a week end guest of friends 1 William Roilloy returned Sunday night from a vinit with relatives in Miss Mildred Gorrlty oC Ashmout was a week end guest of and John Miss Alary Hoylan of Dorchester was a woelc end guest ot her James Harry Parker and children have returned from a witli rela tives in Robert Wood of formerly of this renewed acquaintances hero during and Frank White and son of Lowell were Sunday guests of and Guy ISlmes and children have returned from a weeks visit with rel atives in George Nelson and her baby daughter of Ialmer are the guests of her Gordon and Martin llllegan enter tained and Edward Perkins of Plymouth tho past Ernest who is at Attleboro with was home on a 21 furlough tho latter part oE tho Sidney Bennett has returned from the Deaconess and is gain ing rapidly after his recent George Lauderville and family of Somervllle have moved to town and taken up their residence at 2 Kim Sylvester Sullivan ot Maynard has received his appointment as officer in CONCORD Frank Taylor and Albert tho and began Ills now viewed the parade in honor tho utlos French commissioners at Boston Sat 9 The building now occupied as a store 1 on Nason by Ada will f be moved this week to a lot at Assa V bet Supervisor of Music George Woods has been roelected as supervi sor of tho public schools of Stow Cor next Every room in tho Summer school building is equipped with a Hag 2Vfex4 with staff and installed A number of young ladles from hero attended tho closing exercises of the womens mission at Mi Schaels Sunday and Timothy Sheohan and children of Forest Hills was the guest A of the hitters and A George Howes during the jf Fred who has been WOking at has returned Ahere and is working in the spinning room of the Strathmore Woolen at vv Miss Bordeau oE Gilbertvillo S has accepted a position in the weave room and will reside with Mr and Walter Garfleld editor of The En attended tho meeting ant banquet of tho Press assocla held at the United States hotel A number from hero attended annual reunion of Help of Christian church at Concord Junction IMilaj Tho Colonial urnlshod tho Tho Colonial orchestra furnishc the at the dancing party a Littleton Thursday and To tho danco held under tho auspices o tho club at Eschang South Saturday Miss Christine Kennedyhas loft the mploy oC the Waltham Watch and as gono to work at the Assmhet illls in Kelley has concliiaed her ervices at the Marlboro and as entered the employ of the Assa et mills in For the first lime in 15 years the mmenso lawn in front of the Reforrn tory has been plowed up and is to e planted with Miss Sadie Burke with Miss Mary luinlan of who has been her uost for the past few innday with friends in Leo son of and oseph Smith of this town is at tho laUsburg training having left Yiday with a New York Dorothy tho eight year old laughter of and Charles Ol is in tho Deaconess vhere she was operated on Friday for Kenneth Blood and Ray Rob bins arrived tho latter part of tho wook from Now called homo by tlho serious illness of Wohster Olo Peterson and family havo moved to tho old Fltzpatrlck house on tho road to Nine Acre This estate has recently boon purchased hy Harry who Is making oxtonsivo alterations and During tho nlmonco of John tho day school tho Reformatory has boon and tho pupils placed in tho evening school until tho end of the session in of Somorvillo was tho of her and Benjamin Anderson comine up to attend the ColpittNel Ralph Gerou left Frilay and will Join the Naval Miss Helen Chamberlin was a re cent visitor In Miss Edith Freeman lias rented tho studio of Miss Richardson on Lowell Edward Calger fias his services as organist at tho Baptist AVest All are busy planting tho ground which has been given them by the town in the John McPherson of Adams Shore was a rocent guest at the home of Grauville A number from thin town attended tho entertainment anil dance Asso ciation hall Friday A collection was taken up In the public schools last weak for the Joffre and a good sum The annuaT tennis match between the high school and is scheduled to be played June John Dolan and James Mansfield left last woek for having boon chosen to represent tho Ctli The Assabet Compare girls hold a ceremonial meeting at the home ot Miss Margaret Whitney Thursday af John had conclud ed his year at Amhorst Agricultural college to work at receiving credit for work thus Tho 1unkatassett Campflro girls mnt In the Trinity church rooms Fri day A drill was hold for purpose of marking the M Howard lias moved back to her homo on Hubbard which has boon under repairs from the firo partly destroyed it Mils Tho annual fiold day and Iwrse show of Red Aero farm will be held Saturday May and la sure to attract a number irom this Tho tennis match scheduled for Saturday between Concord high school tennis team and tho Boston English high school racket al was are planning to attend tho Cranberry which is to be given in Association hall Con cord Friday under tlic ausaices of tho Eastern the players coming from Concord is well represented at tho PlattsburK Among those fron this town attending are Henry and Frank Chilton Endi oott Ernest Irvln Put Lawrence Richard A special meeting of the Concord Grange was held Friday I was voted to hold an extra on Tuesday May at which WEST Harry Grimes a Saturday and Thomas Downie if having had a fall ni Tobin and family are he tenement of Rudol Gllmore and family o the Littleton trotting park Roger a pupil ot ord high has gone or Allen Kennedy of Concord as the work of painting ud barn of i Misses Edith and Grace Wins Waltham visited over Sunday atj ionic of Rlchardsoiv The stores of Mead aid Whltcomb early Friday during the Miss Folsom enjoyed Miff o trip to New Hampshire and T mouth college a few days I Dij and Ella Burroughs of odgo recently attended the Ret issembly at The body of Watson brought from Lowell Saturday or 1 al Prayer was offered at grave by John McNiff ent over Sunday her hotter of and Miss a of Miss Jennie been ill tbo past week with f was cared for hy Sylvester at the tetters Green has concluded his on tho State highway after years of efficient and 1s after his work at the Rudbipft and her Miss Susfe Poultney of spending three weeks visiting the i mers two sistersand brothers at Miss Bertha Cram attended part the graduation exercises at the T son College of Oratory the past when Miss Helen Reed was the iLyman who time the arst and will be New York recently with the had the choice of either to Alaska or Texas to drill ferred tho latter The grand pageant the auspices ot the Red m unity will be held Saturday evenings ot this and nr of the best entertain in this Miss Alice a pr who was formerly a this village and well known recently left with the Har nurses and tor went t second degrees j j0jn the Red Cross I to bo going near the firing FINIGAN MA REAL ESTATI WATCH THIS SPACE FOR Auction Sales JOHN FINIGAN ARTHUR MAGURN J son wadding which took place Concord Thursday ill Smart SPRING FASHIOl In Pumps Summer Boots SIDNEY McCLEARV GROCERBAKER 7 I MAIN MAYNARD BUTTER Fine Ib 43C COFFEE Best Santos 23c TEA Best Oolong 35c COCOA Heraheys 18c Dull finish Black Glace Kid Genuine White Buck Finest White Sea Island Cloth Grey Kid and Leather White Reignskin Bright Kid Fox Brawn White Kid Package Special This WeekMens 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