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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 30, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                 VOLUME XXIX  4c PER COPY  WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1917  V  J  MOTOR. CAR  There is always a public waiting somewhere for more of Dodge Brothers cars than tho works can deliver.  That situation has existed now for more than two years  People rarely ask questions now about ti ie mechanical construction of the car.  Performance, materials and construction are taken for granted.  It will pay you to visit ut and examine this car  The gasoline consumption is unusually low The tire mileage is unusually high *  I Touring Car or Roadster, $835; Winter Touring Car or Roadster, $1000; Sedan or Coupe, $1265    (All prices f. o. b. Detroit)  Mrs. George Lynch spent Tuesday with relatives at Marlboro.  Harold Hanson of Co. I was a visitor at tho homo of bis paronts Saturday.  Joseph Doel bas entered the em ploy of tho C. M. A H. railroad as conductor.  Miss Emily Joufdan of New Haven is visiting Miss Pauline lieut, Bummer st  Edward Coughlan will complete his first year at the Institute of Technology Friday.  Miss Nellie Dacey of Marlboro spent the week end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Lynch.  Mr. and Mrs. WI Ilium Litchfield at-  MAYNARD  Timothy Ryan of Attleboro was a recent visitor In town.  John Watson was a recent visitor in Winchester on business.  CONCORD  CONCORD JUNCTION  tended the funeral #f a friend at Brockton Sunday.  Mrs. H, A. Oxn Is the guest of Mr.  Keene, Great rd.  Francis O’Brien, tered the employ o Co. as office boy M Mr. and Mrs. G side st., are spcn with relatives in 'Mrs. Vernon Ha Helen of Lynn are and Mrs. Everett st.  A regular meetin 771 was held at M evening. About 67 admitted.  Frank Powers ha as runner boy at t flee, and has acce card room.  Santerl Nuorteva livered a lecture on olution at the Park afternoon.  Mrs. Evelyn O’Br is In making an ex guest of her father,  Prospect st Mrs. C. M. Cantle lotte Hueson of Lo as the guests of Stockbridge, Linden Joseph I)ahl has c lee at Tufts college has accepted a job room of the Assabet Eight pupils of th visited places of int Saturday, with Mise former teacher here,  William Moynihan,___  ber of Co. K, 9th Matt. Inf., on guard duty somewhere int Massachusetts, was home Saturday un a 24 hour fur  TORREY & VIALLE, Inc.  Main and Walden Streets Concord, Mass.  TELEPHONE 45-R or 8622 Agents for Concord, Maynard, the Adona, Sudbury and Bedford  CONCORD JUNCTION  sidney e. McCleary  GROCER—BAKER  71 MAIN ST. MAYNARD  INVITATION PARTY  of Framingham ad Mrs. Charles  Ithsm st., en ‘ie Assabet Mfg rday.  >ge Meade, Hill a few weeks evidence, R. I. and daughter guests of Mr. ant. Brown  ' Weaver union Ionic hall Friday members were  the position ion mill of-&d a job in the  Fitchburg de-Russian Rev-hall Sunday  Jersey City visit as the Un Callahan,  ad Mrs. Char-spent Sunday ^and Mrs. Carl  dieted his stud-this year, and the finishing J. Co.  [seventh grade ast in Boston Ina Leland, a chaperon. Ugh st., mem-  Mrs. Annie Farlow was a recent via itor of relatives in Hyde Park.  John Jennings has purchased a Max well touring car of Macone Bros.  Lieut. George Prescott ot Framingham was a Sunday visitor in town.  Mrs. Frederick Hunt of Allston was a recent guest of relatives In town.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Raymond and family spent Sunday at Baboosh: lake.  J. E. Richards and daughter Helen of Cainpello were recent visitors in town.  Miss Hilda Torn rose of Woburn was a week end visitor at the homo of Mrs.  L. I’. George.  Mrs. E. A. Huppertz of Wellesley, formerly of this town, was a recent guest of friends in town.  Miss Florence Richardson had charge of the arrangement of the flowers for the Memorial day exercises.  C. Leslie Bachelder of Bowdoin college was a recent guest at the home of his sister, Miss Ruth Bachelder.  A number of local Grangers went to Lexington and attended neighbors’ night at that Grange, Wednesday evening.  Stedman Buttriek has been made one of the 350 experts to sell war bonds In New England to cover Concord.  George N. White is making extensive repairs on the house which he purchased of the Misses Clark on Lowell rd.  Miss Susan Kmmott of St. Luke’s hospital, New Bedford, was a recent guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Hart, River st.  Monday night, June 4, the Williow Rebekah lodge will confer the degree on a number of candidates. This will be preceded by a supper.  The next meeting of the Ladies' auxillary of the Concord Grange will be held at tho homo of Mrs. Christian Olsen Tuesday afternoon, .lune 12.  Beginning the first Saturday in June and continuing during July and August, the grain store of Whitney Coal & Grain Co. and the B. W. Brown Co. will close at 12.  Sunday morning, June 3, at 9 o’clock tho I. O. O. F. will decorate graves, and in the evening at 7 they will attend the Union church in a body with tho Rebekahs.  Olaf Westby is putting in the stone work for tho Dew barn which Frank  lough.    J  C. S. Colvin of Albany, general superintendent of tho National Express and J. H. Lake of Greenfield, traveling agent, were visitors here Thursday on business.  M!r. and Mrs. Frank Goettler and daughter Mima, Albert Goettler and Mrs. Thomas Usher motored to Hart ford, Ct., Saturday, and spent tho week end as tho guest of friends there.  George Smith attended the wedding reception tendered to Miss Helen Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson, former residents hero.  Miss Jennie O’Neill was a week end guest of relatives in Malden.  John Snow has been spending a few day* with relatives in Union, N. H.  John Crossley returned the first of the week from a trip to Costa Rica.  Miss Viola Russell of Malden was a week end guest of Miss Ruth Damon.  E. H. Hatch and family spent the week end with friends in Bridgewater.  Misses Catherine and Ellen Reilly spent Friday with friends in Marlboro.  Miss Natalie Chapman spent a few days of the past week as the guest of her sister at Plainville.  Mrs. Edward Connolly and ion Leonard were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Charles Hogan.  Miss Hortense Bergeron of Keene N. ll., spent the week end with Mr and Mrs. Peter Bergeron.  Miss Catherine Thane of Rockville Ct., spent. Sunday as tho guest of her latter, Mrs. Thomas Connell jr.  The regular monthly meeting of the Holy Name society of Help of Chris thins’ church will be held Sunday eve Ming.  Mrs. Guy Newell left Monday for her home in Gardner, after a few wi cks’ visit with Mr. and Mr*. C. C Fisher.  Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Reilley have been entertaining their nephew, Thom as Reilley of New York city, for the past week.  Mr. and Mrs. William Wood have returned from St. Petersburg, Fla where they have been spending the winter months.  Mis* Helen Connerton has returned from the Eye and Ear Infirmary, Bos ton, where she recently submitted to an operation on her nose.  Miss Marguerite Leighton has re turned from the Deaconness hospital where she recently underwent an op eratlon for appendicitis and is improv ing rapidly.  At the annual field day of Red Acre farm, held Saturday afternoon in Stow the first prize for colts, yearlings, two and three year olds, was awarded to "Peter,” owned and driven by D. Mc Millan of (his town.  Henry Delaney has concluded his services with the Boston & Maine railroad as clerk at the local freight office, and started Saturday as sub letter carrier at the postoffice. George Cutis will take Mr. Delaney’s place at the freight office.  WEST Al  George Weaver lf Packard touring car.  Frank Upham of Ml visitor in town Tuesday;;  Mrs. Bisbee is reported* ly ill at the homo of MfS._  Rev. C. L. Pierce r<  Ford touring car Sat! cester.  Frank Woodward of was called home Friday of his mother.  Owing to the shortage possible that the milk car en off from thl* station.  J. S. Hoar Is improving^ his house by painting. has the work in charge.  Fred Davis, with two veyed the funlture of son of Lowell to this tows  - Mrs. Mary Clark and Henrietta, spent Saturday at the home of E. W. Clark The net proceeds of tho] eantlc carnival of the Rod mnnlty club were a few $101.  The change of trains Boston on June 25 will trains here, which will ued.  Frank Houghton and Cliftondale called on Aril day, making the trip kl Buick roadster.  Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Beverly spent the week home of the latter’s slater, Ham G. Lawrence.  Wednesday and Sa*  the Home Gaard men___  to South Acton and ActMD their drill, a large number I ent to dirll.  Word has been death of Edward L. burg, O., the eon of Fred brother of Mrs. William dbl of this village.  During the heavy thl Wednesday morning, a belonging to Clemen was killed by lightning. At! of this family two pretty hoisted to the breese English flag and the 8tMt i  The American  is in the market for wood. To bo used In th# * of * jwder. $11 a cord di  Mason is to build directly to replace that recently destroyed by fire.  A large and very Interested audience attended tho musicale given in the First Parish church Sunday afternoon, under tho direction of Thomas W r . Surette.  Many are planning to attend tho play entitled, "Professor Pepp,” which is to be given by tho members of the Alpha Sigma Mu club in Monument hall Friday evening.  The Concord G. A. It. post observed Memorial Sunday at the Union church, j Concord Junction, Sunday and listened to a Memorial address by the pastor,  jonn Simpson, lunuci *  at Eastern Star hall, Roxbury, Satur- IRev. Alfred \\ . Stone  day evening.  Tuesday. June 5, is registration day for all of the prescribed military age. Cooperative hall Is the place of registration, and enrollment clerks will be 'on duty there from 7 in tho morning until 9 at night.  Ralph Jamieson, who recently enlisted in tho naval forces of the Unit cd States, and is stationed on the U. S. S. Virginia, was a visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Jamieson Friday.  A one story cement structure to be used as a garage is In process of con  Lotus Flour  High  Grade  Per Bag Per Barrel  Bread Flour  $1.95 15.50  About 50 couples were present at an Invitation party given Thursday evening in Warner hall. The affair was given as a testimonial by the Catholic club to the members of the cast of the minstrel show and their friends.  Dancing wa« enjoyed from 8 until ll, with music by the Colonial orchestra of Maynard. Refreshments, consisting of ice cream, cake and coffee,!-—— - - —,    : ..  were served during the evening byjstruction_on tim    land of    _»|  members of the club.    Woolen    Co. on Main st.,  n ®*r the mill  The committee of arrangements was I office. Four of the com pa } composed of John E. Reilley, chair- trucks will be garaged there. man, James O’Halloran, sec., Thomas I Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hajnes ' Carroll, L. J. McCaffrey and Fred Law- their daughter. Mrs. Florence Bodfish. ton. A most enjoyable evening was I and children left by auto for soutn spent by all present.    Manchester. Ct., Saturday, where they  I will be the week end guests of Mr and Mrs. Charles Wilcox.  _ Mr.    and Mrs. Charles E. Merry' and  Walter Knowles, son of former Of-1 family of Brighton,    Howard    Ela    of  I fleer Knowles of this town, is on his I Cambridge and    Miss    Sadie    Johns  way to France where he is to Join I of Cambridge were entertained at th e the Red eros* Ambulance Service. He home of Mr. and Mrs. diaries Kien sailed on the S. S. Chicago for Bor-lardson, Parker st., Sunday.  EN ROUTE TO FRANCE  [deaux In company with 86 other Al, cleans, 60 of whom were college I atua- *8._ •  DIED IN RUTLAND, VT.  J. A. FINIGAN A. A. MAGOUN  CONCORD,MASS. Tel. IS  rn  Watch This Space for Auction Sales  At. a recent, meeting of Assabet aerie, F. O. E., It was voted that the dues of William Moynihan. of Co. K 9th Regt,, be paid from a special fund while he y engaged in military service. m  News was received In town during I Guy# Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs, the week of the death of Mrs. Edwin lo. S. Fowler, graduate of Harvard col Beauregard of Rutland, Vt. Mr. and liege, class of ’15 and of Concord big i I Mrs. Beauregard were former reel- school, class of ’ll, applied Friday to dents of this town, where they have I join the Harvard unit as ambulance many friends who will be sorry to hear I a r j ver  for service at tho front in lot her death.    (France.    „    „  William Scully sr., William Scully  MOVED TO MAINE    I Jr., William Hanson, Henry  _ and Leonard Penniman witnessed the  Mr. and Mrs. William Reilley have Worcester-New Haven baseball game moved their household goods to Gray, J Worcester Saturday afternoon. Fred Me., where they are to make their wilder, "who was catching for Worces-future home. Mr. Reilley has accept-1  ter<  played a good game, ed a position of foreman on a large J L aur j Williams of the M. H. S. farm there and left this week to be-  cla8S 0 f «17, bas entered the employ gin his new duties. Both Mr. and Mrs.    Lehigh Coal and Navigation  Reilley have a large circle of friends I ^ (Milk st.. Boston, as bookkeeper, in town, who will be sorry to have I j’  Rac ^ e ] Gates, class of *17. has them leave, but njeverthe|less, wish Leered the employ of the Office and k in his new under-1  Llbrary Co >  Milk st., as stenographer  Tho Concord high school nine played in great luck Thursday afternoon, adding another victory to its already long string by defeating tho Framingham high school team 7 to 4 at. Concord.  Middlesex school plays Rindge Technical school at Concord on May 30, and Saturday they play the last game of tho season, when they clash with St. George's school of Newport, R. I., at Concord.  The first and second degrees were worked on a number of candidates at. tho last meeting of the Grange, held Tuesday evening, May 22. At the next meeting the third and fourth degrees will be worked.  The Union Bible society had a very pleasant meeting at the home of Mrs. Henry F. Smith, jr.. Sudbury rd. The afternoon was spent as usual in sewing, after which tho hostess served dainty refreshments.  A very successful dancing party was held in Union hall Friday evening, which was well attended. Creighton’s four piece orchestra of Woburn furnished excellent music, and kept all busily dancing until a late hour.  ADVERTISED LETTERS  Bassidy, J.  Clark. Harold Hamil. Henry  Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.  Kent. Pierce (2)  Miller. David E.  Nichols, Charles J.  O’Brien. W. B.  Potter & Tngersoll Scott, I. F.  Wyman, Fred C.  Crosby, Miss Samellx Chester, Mrs. H. W.  Gillette, Miss Lillian Smith, Miss Una  Liberty Loan of l?fl  INVEST FOR VICTORY AND LIBERTY  The Maynard Trust Co. will receive your subscription and deliver your bonds without expense to you. American boys are going to the froht.  Shall we give these boys a sporting chance?  This Money will be used to equip and support them and make their task less hard.  Those who can’t fight, should pay,  We must dedicate our energies aud resources down to the last dollar to the one great end—Victory  Do Your Bit—Buy A Bond  Tho following have subscribed for Bonds. Do your share.  your subscription to the Maynard Trust Co. today aud__  your name inscribed in roll of honor that will appear weekly ill Enterprise.  I  TENNIS MATCHES  George Hi Creighton Harley J. Dwinell Howard A. Wilson John W. Flood Orrin S. Fow lor George H. Gutterldge Frank E. Taylor WillhML H. (Tutteridgo B. J. Coughlin P. J. Sullivan *  Max Blatt George F. O'Brien George L> neb James J. Hilferty Mason B. Church Patrick II. Murphy James A. Coughlan William F. Litchfield Arthur J. Coughlan ■* John Davy,  Michael E. Lynch  Frank L. McCormick Christopher Wilson Cornelius J. Lynch George Hi. Merrick William B. Case Dr. E. J. Flaherty James Connors Frank Seckel Sam Lerer L. Everett Wilson Frank W. Hoit .S. E. McCleary James R. Priest Lucy A. Newton James J. Ledgard Henry H. Holladay George E. Greenough James A. Coughlin Frank .J. McCormack Timothy B. Moynihan George E. Hack  Edward X. Smith, Concord Jct.    William Rawltser, South-Acton  Luther B. Burbush, Boxboro    James Gately, Stow  Frank W, Chapman, West Acton    Frank Stevens, Stow  Rep. Rowland P. Harriman, Stow  Liberty Loan Committee  OF MAYNARD  I him the best of luck taking.  and bookkeeper.  I Thomas King of Franklin visited Miss Florence Smith, daughter of his mother. Mrs. L. G. King tho post Mr. and Mrs Allan Smlth Dartmmith week    I    st-.    was    operated    upon for appendicitis  lat the Deaconess hospital Friday eve*  Miss Mariam Russell, manager of the Concord high school girls’ tennis team, has arranged for two matches, the first to be played on Saturday, June 2, when they will journey to Wellesley to play the Wellesley high school girls, and another on June IR, when they will meet the Newton high school girls at Newton._  WILL DO FARMING  HL  J    _    I The American Powder Ce. Inlng. Tho operation was performed  Auctioneers. Concord, MMI is in the market for peeled maple by j),. Tltcomb of Concord and the pa-  . n    IwmvI tv* ii* iiraH in th a manufacture I««._»    aa    drifter    a*    well    as  A great many of the upper class men of the Middlesex school have offered their services to the school this summer to work on the farm. They have been accepted, and the boys will come In units of eight and stay two weeks  George H. Creighton* m H. J. Dwinell O. S. Fowler George H. Gutteridf# John W. Flood Howard A. Wilson F. E. Taylor  Committee^  Telephone.... .-13  * .W*4jE-licdk* *«*•** * .* * ■ m* y . . . “ ^  J -At  Is in th© market for peeled maple I by Dr. Titcomb of Concord and the pa* jin units of eight and stay two weens wood. To be used in the manufacture|uent reported ss doing as well ae'apiece, and do the work tho same ae [ct powder. JU acord^eUTWtOj *4x can be expect*L    the    regular    employes.  Maynard. Massachusetts, May 22, 1917.  • dbavnarb Hrust  Maynard, Mast.  uattdq J  9  A. M. (to 3 P.M. daily HOURS I Satori^ 9 A. M. to I P. M. and 7 to 9 Pi  bu § * ft I KS is&i*-v   

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