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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 27, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                m U 1 fl V 1 i ri I r i ll L r V I i r I i I II I JUNE 1917 J MAYNARD spent TORREY VIALLE CONCORD BEDFORD CONCORD WES CTOFr William Flavin is visiting in John Macono was a In ROTH Its Lightness and grace are deceptive F until you put to the test v BJ Thursday I pies Chriatian Endeavor meeting Sun I 1 4 i day night and Leroy of of hardest work B and roughest going Concord Carlisl Act Sudbury i writ TORREY VIALLE I fl INCORPORATED Main and Walden Streets H Mass W I T 1 I lv and James Tobln Sunday at Revere A son was recently born to and Benedetto and Robert Glen dale spent Sunday at Lexington 1Ved Taylor purchased a Koehler truck for delivery service In his ico Misses Viola Dinks and Ellen Mor ris were the week end quests of friends at John Marsden of I spent Sunday at tlie homo ot his Mars McKinley and William Gntlorldgo were visitors ut lamp Frum Gavin Taylor tlm oud as tlie guest of friends at Bridguwat er and Brant Krank Kourns and children were the guests of relatives at Marl boro during the and John Bamford and two children spent Saturday and Sun day ut Nantasket Miss Clara Bell Warren spent Sun day iia tho guest of her Joseph Clark nt John Connors and Alice and were the guests of friends at Boston Miss Florence Merrick of Lawrence the week end guest of and George Brooks CanHeld of Lowell spent Sumlay as the guest of and Charles Linden and Ledgard wit nessed the BostonWashington gnmci at Fenway park Saturday Walter Reynard of Waltham was the guest the past wook of his par and Nathan Cornelius Mahoney of Boston spent the week end as the guestsof his John Walt Edgar Steward of Worcester spent the week end as tho guest of Mr and Joseph Naylor Thomas Parker spent tho week end the guest rf and William Dorches This Is the time of the potato del ready with the arscnnte of or other substance and spray tlie A delegation from hero attended tho exemplification of the third degree of Concord of A number from Maynard attended tho exemplification of the degree of the of held Sunday af Miss Mildred classmate of Miss Grace Parkin at tho Fltchburg Normal was the latters guest during the The Maynard brass band has been engaged to furnish the music at the j field day of tho Maynard Cricket club jto be held July Tho regular monthly meeting of the is scheduled to be held at tlie homo of Hiram Thursday and Frank Underwood of ing very attractive were the week end guests of tho latters Charles Concord Mrs Joseph Lesage and son Michael and Miss Bessie Johnson mo tored to Sunday and visited relatives and Robert Lester and children and Hattio Fisk were the Sunday guests of relatives at Melrose and Frank Goettlor and daughter Albert Goettlor and Miss Ida Francis of Boston motored to Revere beach Textile Workers union 771 hold a meeting Friday For two new members were I Tho total membership to date is 770 A party of young ladies from May nard visited Camp Darling at Fram Inghnm Wednesday Tho trip was made in the auto truck of Leo and James East visited their sou who is confined at the General hospital following an operation for He is reported as John Arthur Rrereton and Harold members of oth stationed at Camp wore homo on a short furlough Myrtle laughter of Walter Powdor Mill who has been ill at with has suffered a relapse and is ill at tho home of her Among those present at tho Satur I day afternoon BostonWashington game at Fenway park wero William Dan Con Edward Hans KtlKmcn and Everett Marlon teacher In tho public schools at has completed her duties there for this year and will spendthe summer va cation at the homo of her Maple ExSelectman Ralph Whltehead was homo over tho wook end on a He ta Textile inspector ot tho quartermasters and is In charge of the inspection of the pro duction of seven millsat I Hartow clerk at the store of Daniel Slimmer enlisted in the Marine corps the past week and IB stationed at Thomas Foley of South Acton U at tbt RED CROSS WEEK recent visito President Wilson designated the past wook IIH Hod Cross and or 4JU1 IlllKLUIli I i tii Leslie KeoMe ot Attlcboro WUH a llsl mmlc1 ot commlUeos i f J It it rtrtmitllt organized throughout the country collect during the Tho work of tho Hod Cross as shown by our local chapter fami liar to all of We all know of tlie suffering that has been alleviated and the lives that have been Tho Red Cross depends entirely upon con In past times wn have never failed to do our duty to the Red CrosH mid wo surely will not at this What Hertford did in th Lib erty fjonn campaign repoitcd in Urn Rcfl Cross Tlio Hed ford fniuniiUou rousisttd of Hnn ry Lyons of tho llodford Rod Cros Rhornmn Rich total of rot known ut tho time of this but GRAMMAR SCHOOL GRADUATION Tho Bedford its of ho Tho by Boals uiimiar in iKM hall uvo ami cent visitor in John Walcott of New York visit ing friends In Samuel Lufkin is the owner of a new Pierce Arrow Milbury wan n wook end truest of friends in Miss Annie Olsen THIS gone to Non quid for tlio summer Gilo and daughter Kmily are visiting friends in Extensive repairs arc hning mndc by tho electric road on Main Miss Wilhelmina Olson is her summer vnctlon nt Miss Ruth Shopley is Hpnudlntf the summer at tho homo of her Miss Arlcne UtUc of was 1 he I it I t t it 1 J a wook end guest of friends in William Smith of Amhorst was recent visitor at the home of bis and flaronco Davis ami family arc spending tho summer at and Terry IMiIlhrook of were recent visitors In Miss Joseph inn hove numbered among a week end house party in Miss Eiliui Holshor has gone to Xon whore she will spend the sum mer Miss Lilian Olsen has gone to Buz zards whore she will spend her summer and Holhrook of Portland aro visiting at tho home of Anson Philip Klavin is spending the summer at Houghs Flavin spoilt tho wook end Tho Sunday school department of the Congrogatiomil church closed Sun day for tho annual summer Tho Concord Union Dihlo society will meet at the homo of Abrnm Moffocker Thursdayafternoon at Harry Goorgo IIoldRn and Milbury made up a fishing party that went to last Stcdman Rntterick has returned to his home for tho having completed his years work at Tho Kings Daughters hold a very interesting meeting at the home of Miss Frances Hall Tuesday A steroopUron on Living stone was given at the Young Peo tlii u3l ThurKihi in was as Allison Konmll Mini hy the chorus Piper IMav Tribute in by Miss Hosier Tonight sung by tho school chorus Lincolns by Benjamin Day The by tho school Pilgrim by Miss Dagnoy Nelson Thu Whistler by thu distribution ut diplo by UOUB rhairman of school TIip Star rfpnu ilod by tho Tho graduates wero as follows Francis Tlonjamin Pnrcy Duniol Volkcrt Hierou Cora Kkunor Hestnr Dagnoy Dura Mahal John Shepley of Exeter is spending summer months at the home oil his Krank Pierce was a recent visitor at tho home of his coming up from und Frank Collins of La were recent guests of friends in and Robert Wenwright havo gone to York Harbor for the summer Cornell of Boston is visit ing at the home of her George At tho moving pictures last Satur day night a subscription was taken up for tho lied Cross Tho Ladies Missionary society held a very enjoyable meeting in thu Trin itarian church Thursday Woodsomn and daughter of arc visiting the home of Ralph Peter and Garrctt of Iowa Mty arc spending tho summer months the homo of their son on Barretts Mill A very attractive illustrated edition of tho llronuiis standard of the Con cord firo department is in circulation about John accompan ied by her have returned to Concord after a visit with relatives in WINNER OF MEDAL PLAY Galhraith with an 871077 card was tho winner of the 18hole handicap modal full with tho golf ball over the links of tho Concord Country club Saturday defeating a field of 10 His cross score was also the David Baldwin with and had the second host net and Murray Ballous 100 was the sec ond low FOR RED CROSS Misa Katie Brestii has home from fgj Karl Randall of the fliftf t home on a furlough Rice will move ment vacated by Arthur Feltua spent the week at the home of The moving pictures in thta arc to be owing small Miss Isabel Oreer and ir are the graduate Concord high school this The net proceeds of Cross campaign the South Acton and and Harry Holt SomiTvllle aro spending vacation at the home ot Fred Cutter of New York thone attending the and Miss Marion Tuttle the young ladies to graduate Concord high school in the dom arts and Arthur and Miss Virginia Sanderaion ed the StuartWhltcomb and reception at Littleton 1 l j I H m GRADUATION AT HIGH SCHOOL Miss Kelley and Frances Whit taker graduatod from South aro spmidmg the summer it tlio homo of Pea bodys and Jranvtllo A number from this town attends f a field demonstration in tho alfalfa field on tho reformatory whfcli was Kivon Monday afternoon under tho auspices of the Middlesex County farm The public schools closed Friday at noon for their annual summer vaca Many of the barges wore doc orated with daisy chains and othoi i lowers in honor of tho mak Loxiniitou high school of last Tho program consisted of several sloctitns by thrj hiiOi school Jin invocation by tho OcMirRo an address by Lemuel prcsidont of Boston Robert Ryder of the school committee awarded the prizes and presented tho af ter which followed an informal recep tion to tlio AT BENEFIT FOR 9th The Middlesex Fire Insurance have given tho use of a room to the Kud Cross who will hold all day sowing meetings there on bujjinnlnff this Friday at To theso meetings evory lady in Concord is urnod to Phil brook of Harvard has the place of the Bale ing made by Arthur The former will take possession an early Card Delette Hall express their love and appreciation the Boys of the Womans lief and the Neighbors and Friends for the tiful golden gifts that were show upon It was truly a Golden ter Day ever to be rememb West June n f 1 r SSM i A party of friends from this town nt tonded thn benofit ontortainmont for tho members of tho Mh ilui lloston Ojiera house Thursday Cardinal OConnell and Logan of tho Oth the speak ers of tho evouinu and John McCor tho note I ronderod eral ADVERTISED LETTERS Krank Hot Con cord Walter Albert New Rcyne U Henry Miss Amy Miss Alice Misa Lillian Miss Edna or Miss Gruco Miss Until MAYNA CHAUTAU JULY 28 to i K FINIGAN AND C Miss Frances Whttakor antortnlned a party of friends at her homo ou Main Saturday fr BUTTER Creamery BUTTER FLOUR Fine Flou olon COFFEE Santos Best msfo Mai Concord June at I IJAI Washington road 18 4 dump lumber light and furm 18 pigs and many other articles too numerous to mention June at 2 John orris Sale starts promptly on buggy KOCH John Auctioneer r Wutch this space for auction of household goods in Maynard next week i l JOHN FINIGAN ARTHUR MAGI C Telephone Acquiring Wealth There is no hotter place for idle money than in our Savings Department Systematic Having is not only a pleasurable but it iaa moat profitable one The interest on your deposit in this bank is automafically added to the capital at interest periods that means the continuous growth of the principal One dollar is required to make a start iff m n K i i All recent dividends at rate of 4 per Vj dftavnarfc lau 135 p 1 i f HOURS to 3 daily Saturday 9 to 1 and 7 to 9 j i VI I i f i   

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