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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 12, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                DECEMBER 1917 Do your shopping early and have the first selection DODGE BROTHERS MOTORCAR A Christmas gift with an everlasting pleasant memory of the donor and always a financial It is a first mortgage on health for your wife and Built to appeal to the class of buyers who ask the price last rather than Orders placed now will have preference on our reservation and will insure de livery on Christmas morning of the or a gift certificate entitling the holder to It will pay you to visit us and examine this car The gnpoline consumption is unusually Tht tirn mileag is unusually high Sedan or Winter Touring Car or R Touring Roadster or Commercial All prices Detroit Torrey DISTRIBUTORS j and Walden Streets TELEPHONE 245R or 8622 Mrs Carl Stockbrldge spent the week end with relatives at Jeremiah Bradley Is decorating the Interior of the fire department haad and Harry Batco were the of friends at Ljun over the week Percy storekeeper na was horns over the end At the next regujar meeting of Lo cal union tho annual election of fllcers will be John a resident of well known died at his Sunday Henry McCormack and dauglt tor Margaret spent the week end with relatives at Miss Margaret Conley spent the week end as the guest of and James Claflln at Caroline Great Is making an extended visit rela tives at and John Maple were the Sunday guests of the mother at Hudson James Dewire of was the week end guest of Sul livan and Maple st Private Harry Camp was the week end guest of and Brooks The household furnishings of nnd Herman Harriman were sold Saturday Alice Joyce and son William were the week end guests of and Thomas AJcNally nt Medway Miss Avis Barlowis assisting as clerk during the Christmas rush at tho store of Main Warren Merrick of Uxbridgo was at the home of his and oorgo Maple over tho week Kden cook in the Na vnl stationed at Common wealth was homo over the week Ralph Newport Naval Re was at the home of his par and George for the week Joseph Sheehan and Oeorge recent Plattsburg ap were the guests of James Stanley Domin of the Newport Na val Reserve was the guest the latter part of the week of and William Great The sore of Finney South is displaying an unusually large variety of useful and appropri ite Christmas presents this The Grange Dramatic club is re hearsing to two act play which will e presented at the meeting of May ard Grange next Tuesday Bert Miss Irene ODonnoll and Mary Archer are assisting at the store of Case t Sons rtnrlne the Christmas Susan Porter and granddaugh Pearl of Jogglns are visiting the formers Thomas Lincoln A number of members of Knights f Columbus from here attended a pub Me mass meeting the benefit of the of fund held at Hudson Sun Mrs Bessie Creighton and son James of are visiting relatives until after the They are guests at the home of and Jeremiah Maple this At the meeting of Loyal Assabet to bo held Wednesday Dec tho Initiatory degreo will be worked on a class of dates which will be followed by a col The Prisellla club met at the home if Miss Fiinnie Concord Friday The usual sowing of fancy articles was followed by M social during which refresh ments were A meetlns of the Holy Name socl ty was held at tho rooms in Darl ng block Sunday The club is rapidly growing in more thnn MO names being added to in rolls this anrl Gilbert secretary of thn Manard Womans were the wests Monday of nie West Acton Womans club nt the annual obser of presidents Thn Mnynarrl Marble and Ornnlfn Worlrs recently orooted a hnndsnme iVtirpleeo Scot hob granite with fnnr posts nnd step on the Int o Thnmns Pleary at Brldg i Main Martnn Townsend Is working s bookkeeper at the fitnre of her Benjamin the pos ition formerly hold by Christopher Tho latter Is working In tho machine shop of the Assabet On guard duty Saturday niRht at Cnmp Devens during the blustsrlnti snow storm wns cetting to tin real thing In army Two May nnrd James Ryan and Michnel were among the guardsmen for tho night The regular weekly meeting of tho Maynard Red Cross will bo held at the Summer st school building Wed nesday afternoon at 1 A Red Cross nurse from Boston will glva instructions to the members in pre paring surgical A public Installation of officers of Kitchener Bqns of followed by of can ylll held at MMOnjq hall Preston Ranking has in the Ernest Clough spent Sunday with friends In Powers was a week end guest of friends In Miss Gertrude Holden is visiting relatives in Harvey Hopkins has gone to New York for the Earl Peckham was a week end KUCSI of friends in Providence Hanlon is sick at the Deaconess hospital with Joseph Hayes has entered the em ployment of Wilfred Robert Nichols of Salem was a ru cent guest of friends in town nnd T H irry have gone to Florida for the winter Pepper has purchased a 1918 Maxwell roadster of Macone George AVIieeler was a re cent guest of friends in Lars Andersen was a week end guest of his in Washing and John Goulding are the proud parents of a born Miss Lillian McConnell of Cam bridge called on old friends in of tho stores have com menced decoratingtheir windows for Edward Pennlman of Roslindale spent the week end as the guest of Peveril Petersen loft the first of the week for where he has enlisted Philip Holden of tho Naval Reserve was a week end guest at the home of his Miss May OConnell Is substituting in dry uoods store over thr nivilmrs The fire truck was called out Sun day for a chimney firo at the homo of Mark Mfs Cora Nnsh IIHS iroiif to Wash where she accepted a position with the Tho Charitable soeietv moots at the homo of Kdith Lexing ton this Miss Kendall of Westboro and Agnes Porter of Lowell were recent guests of Miss Barrett Subscriptions for the Halifax suf ferers nre hpinir taken un in anil all are asked to do their bit Henry left Frfnv Now where he has enlisted in the oiwrtfirmnsters Stone of Beverly and Sam uel Staples of Somerville were recent guests at the home of A grerational church Sunday Cor the Halifax amounted to At tho last meeting of tho Willow Rebekah lodire hold Monday there wns the nomination nf Frank Pierce and Chelmers of spout the end at the home of Pierces parcnfs on Hnbbard The entertainment and dnuce given by the Concord Junction Woman1 club Frldav evening attracted a num ber from this finest day ay OldConcord in the Unitarian church nttractnrl many nelirhbTmr Frank Maeulre hal tho misfortune to badly burn his face one day last when the gasoline tank of his automobile caught The Ktilenvor of the church is to hold fopd snip in phnrch chapel Satur day afternoon ami Hurt of Bcverlv were recent guests of anil Henry coming up to attend tho weddlnit of their nnd Mrs Genruo Honklns and dinirhter Barbara of were recent nt thn home of nnrt John At lip npvt mentin of mens ParNh association to IIP hold Mnndiiv thorn will bp homo talent niil ton will bo thp nf HIP barn tlrmee run tinder the nusnicos of tho Ladies aux illnr of the Concord Grange for the Rod Cross not long was turned over for tho use of the Red Thp of Bevthn Wllsnn nml at fnncord Junction Patuilnv nleht attracted many from this lininir vprv iinnnlir Jnstin town today to iniu thp Antlon Mprdv IHUl npnnlinii Htciulvl Founders ni thp Rilotil nf Oratorv hphl In momiv nf nf the iniivnisltv Donnlson is a student of that LOPT B01K In accordance wltl Chapter fiootlon 10 of Acts of 190S Legislature and amend ments Notlco is beroby glv nn thnt Book numbered 27502 has been lost and payment on the samo stopped The Middlesex Institution for Savings Charles n283t The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of the Concord National bank of will be held at their banking house on at oclock for the choice ot the trans action of uny other business Miss Edna Tubman spent tho week end with relatives in Gerald Mini roe has accepted a posi tion with the American Express Peterson has announced a raise in the price of milk lo be ef fective this A number from this town attend ed the plays given by the Concord Dramatic club Friday Tho prompt action of tho road de partment in sanding the streets after the recent storm Is to be commended As party of Mows attended a per formance of The Wanderer at the Boston Opera house during the past An interesting public meeting which was attended by several from this town was held in Lexing Wednesday of last The subject under discussion wan Sugar Its Substitutes and Sugarless Des serts Bear the old adnpre in Food will win this Beginning on Mon day of this week government regula tions take effect which reduce fats and making It necessary for local bakers to put war bread on the The Middlesex Boston Street Rail way announces that beginning the operation of the following lines will be discontinued until fur ther notice Newtonnodham town line to Nondhnm and line run ning from Wellosley to Need ham CAVE DANCE Miss EleanorParker of 100 a small dance for her Miec Mnrv thn fitiivitpr nf and Fred nrieVParknr of thts town in tbe large ballroom of the Hot I Sfmicr on last Snliirilnv Tho iliince was for lie ycung Ifonle hut a few older one The ushers worn stenlmn frisbv foxe William Bain bridge Fro thin ih a Francis Gray Guoirfe von HALIFAX FUND i GROCERBAKER 71 MAIN MAYNARD tine creamery 41 I can 21 in Comb t best best MACARONI or pkg Gold bag pkg II GOAL Is nviflpnt om all reports nn band Hint thousand arrin prpat dis tres as a result of tho grnat catas trnnne which bas snrfjal doath and in Genorons con tributions will bo npodod In carry on the work of Immediate dis tress and nrovidlnc inptlicuips ami materials for HIP tem uornrv boiisins of thn homeless and Kiifforini Cash will bo rerjnlred to rln all and Massachusetts mav be called upon Tor Kvorvboilv is ciillod iinon tn snbscTilip eeneronsly and niiickly as Spin all funds to Robert 15 Mevonshlrp MEETING THE KIND THAT BURNS iSDAL FAIR PRICES Honest Weight Prompt Servk O Supplying Coal Concord Homes for 50 years Jj James Wood Son j r Office Fitchbirg DPI The rpcnlar nifptlnc of the Wo mans Christian Tpmupranco union was hold with Wood on Concord with oiuht mem hors Aftnr devotional exer cises nnd 12 comfort baus were which nn to be sent to the Seamens Friends society in Bos the fllllnc of which was like itiK Hie childrens stockInns at Christ mas know the sailor boys will hi pleased with Hie and per haps some time when they tiro home sick or tempted to do thfl bought of the bas and Hint some somewhere cared for will help them to After the Mlzpah benediction the meeting ad SEE FELTUS Eyes Examined Impaired Vision Corrected Headache Stopped 1 with perfectly fitted glasses by O P T O M T K I S T HRANJI1 OKico Friday 10 to 2 to 7 to 9 will Slj 10 to 2 to 7 to 9 HUME OFFICE o Wiil there be aVICTROLA in your JTomethisXi HEADQUARTERS FOR A Victrolas and Sonoi Talking Machines Victor Records in Great Variety CASH OK LIBERAL ThkilS FOWLER O CONCORD Also at liss Houghtons v 1 iW   

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