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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 13, 1934, Acton, Massachusetts                                mm Many Organizations Represented Among the Hundreds to Pay Final Tribute to Concord Postmaster West large audi torium of the West Concord Union Churohj was from large enough to hold the huadreda of friends ol oil the walks and ways ol lite wlilo gathered Wiedneexlay atternoon in lofvlnig to do honor to ttietr Hate bedoved brother and Benjamin who dMd suddenly Monday Not only was tihe audi torium but the vestry and parlors iCortnfthiian A F A of whidh Derby was a Past was there in a body the Concord 6f Odd of which he Pact Nolble Grand anxi IPawt Dtotriqt was and the Concord IJodge of HOVks of wihlioh he was Past Exalt Derby wae Past IHigth of Wailden Royal Anch and the memlbers of the lOhaipter were present in large nuimlbers a iPiaist patron of Haw ithorne Order of the East ern was represented by a lange gathering 6f iDenby was a memlber of Adonlram of of N Lafayette of GUes F Yatee Coun Princes of Oli Rose and the Sulbltene Pirittces at the Royail Secrqt and aiM wefre represented at the lOther Wodiea well represented ot wJilcn he was a were Fel Willow Reibekah Con Paitronis of Husban dry and Concord State Guard Vet eran Association of whkfli he was a Past The Concord Board of Selectmen of wlrioh lie wae a former was other County was pveajdent of the Massachusetts Poetmouter and pocubmastera at itended the The Middlesex Olulb and the Club seat thedK delegates to tumor tihejr departed Thousands of dpUam and a richer wdalthof loving and tragiunt memories were represent ed in the masses of beautiful flow era which completely covered choir and chancel and filled from walJl to wail the front portion of the The ushers were Odd iFnank Merton Raliph A Wal do MlaldWiUlams and The Pilgrim Male Quartet of Boston sang Sweet Bye and iCrossinig the and Abide With and there was organ music by Harold prin cipal of the Harvey WlieelerWest The minister of the Alfred Wheifler Bpoke with a deep and loving sympathy and a stmiple eloquenlce ot the open hearted genero and staunch integrity exom ipUfied to tbe of The pall bearens were associttites in thi West Concord Post Oflicc Assistant Poetmaster Allison Michael John E MawEeachenu and John The burial was at Sleepy Hol low wtoere Corinthian A F A conducted the iMasomic with the Worship foil WttUiiani the Alfred and the Senior William E J ttie funeral the flags of ithe Tqwn were at hallf Bl SpanishWar Veterans Participate for the First Time in Ceremony to Honor British Leo Cawlwright in Charge of Ceremonies The 25th Annual Pilgrimage of the BrltUn Naval and Military Veterans Association of Massa chusetts to Bedford and proved to bethe largest ever in which American veterans of the Spanish and World Wars joined in the The parade formed at Veterans Building and headed by the Con cord Legion Taun touleader marched to the Battle Ralph Hosmer Commander Herbert and Adjutant Walter Blodgctt and a splendid turn out Of Spanish War Veterans of Con cord and many other towns 182nd William Hagerty commanding and James Mamtfleld American Commander Russell were the escort of Besides our Legion one Of the if not the very we have ever there was the enlivening Scottish Pipe band of Clan MacPherson of the Bugle and Drum Corps of George Russell of another line K British were warmly wel ipr coonied all along Number e4 among those taking part In the three and the memorial ex ercises were men prominent In and municipal the objective of the BritMh was tihe graves df Uie two untaiorwm British soldiers at the rNorth buried where they fell in thei famous Concord 1 North pridfle AfcalA Uito Lieutenant Leo of yraMdent coAnniander of the Brltyah or had ohMweat the fflc Major Robert a ad oldeii British veteran Uiie of vft 85i one of BrHtob tlie James Mausfiekl A of thila and idominiainider Oaitw right responded ifor tihe A wreath with flags of this country and Great Britain was then deposited ait the ibase of the The group then marched back over the bridge for the major cer emonies ait the wihere Commander placed a Spanlsh Vets Take iPart lOharlee of Marlboro and past department comimander of the United Spanish War and then placed a wreath the wastheftret time that the Spanish War veteranu have time honored ithe Ilepretieintlng General Fox Con ner rtf the Flrwt Corps Area of the United Staitee Colonel John 1C IMloone spoke a brief tribute and Chen also deipoelited a wreath on the v lOonunander Oartwrlglit respond ed and introduced iHugh the Bhttoh consul in and Cap lain F B Britlsb vice cou of JMIajor acting igave a brief address and introduc ed Roger a great igranidWan of Amioa Baker of Lin last sunvlvor of the Battle oif who Robert a trustee of the British past pres ident of tihe Britten Charitable atoo Rain started Ito fall lightly Just before the close df the The piarade then returned to IMotKumervt Square where the Brit Wh vteitora decoraite4 the Army the iSlpainlsh War andi Uhe World War with and the of the two return weB then made to Vet BulidinK WJiereT Corporal Wowmer Camp was host llUNE 1934 for Wie wucceea to due Foot Com Waiter Bkxteeit of Htosnier who for ifv OBSERVE 55th ANNIVERSARY and William Scul ly Family Party and William Dartmouth well known and hlchly respected old residents of this town qultely ob served the 55th anniversary of their marriage They were married at June They have six William secretary of the Board of Public Mar garet Alice Joyce of Thomas McNafly of Edward Byrnes of Harwich and Robert White of South Acton also 15 gram children and one great grand The wedding anniversary was duly noted by members of the family also by many old neighbors and Scully now in hia 75th year is still active at his work in the Assabet mill whore ho is known as one of tho best card ers in the He is a lifelong FINAL TRIBUTE TO VETERAN Commander Isaac Ford of Post Laid to Rest South throughout the town flown at half staff Saturday June in tribute to the memory or u fine brave and devoted husband as impressive though rites were being held at the South Ac ton UniveiSallst Church for tho late beloved senior vice com mander Isaac of Captain Isaac Davis Post The sei vices were conducted by by plowed by the ritual witft members of EdwarusQuimby Post assist ing Commander George wno alone survives his late com of the Post stood guard over the flagdraped ibanked with floral trib utes from many neighbors GAR and Womans Relief Aux iliary and Charles Welch lodge and A M of Maynard of which he had been a member for 56 members acted as pall bearers and at the grave in the family lot in Woodlawn Cemetery a military salute of three volleys was fired by a squad of Legion m embers and taps were sounded by Scoutmaster Arthur Lee and Scout Robert Montague of the West Acton Troop Uncle Isaac as he was affec tionately known was born in Can iMay 1843 and came to South Acton following his mar riage on March to Ada where he has lived Besides his wife he is nur vived by many nieces and nep hews who were very close to him and mourn his lln his long residence here he had won the respect of all with whom lie came in and whose sympathy goes out to his deoted widow as they mouni tho passing of a real Friends and relatives wore present from Sum mer and Maine and Wor iMelroso and Grafton in this Besides Commander Post members and Aaron 93 year old Civil War delegations were present from tho Womens Relief Corps and Arrangements were in charge of Guy or Fowler Maynard Ends Ball Season With Eleven Victories While no championships were the Maynard High school baseball nine closed a fairly suc cessful season with eleven and nine The club de feated all opponents at leant once and Winchester and Clinton The boys got off to a flying start winning five gamfs they were defeated by Con It was a season of mediocre Wierd base spots of sloppy neldlng combined ftfth brllHamt opportune hitting made It an In and The team can not hard1 hitting la only tour batted over the were vital ft Class of 1 55 Pupils tobe Presented Certificates by School Superintendent James King Sound Taps in Memory of Classmate Emerson Junior high school Maynard will grad uate a class of 165 pupils at grad uation exercises to be held row night at George Washington Certificates of gradu ation will be presented the pupils by James superintendent of Taps will be ed by iGeorge Ky in memory 01 Konstanti a member of the class who died on The program will be as follows Emerson Junior High School Graduation March Junior High orchestra Send Out Thy Class Address of Welcome Daniel Sullivan The World is WalthiR for You Clarence Caiibary May Chorus Bacn Rcveres Ride John May Duct Walzcr Hclmund iRita Rolynovloz Class Poem Written and recited by Sylvia Gllokman Recitation America First Alyce Priest Anchored Watson Cough school Mary Batulln Music in the Air LoomU Boys Glee Recitation Old Ironsdes Joseph Boothroyii Scuiiled Hoses Zaniccnik Junior high achool orchestra Leak in Dike Soprano Shoo Ambrose Frank Mlkolajczyk Our Commonwealth Doris Bean iFaith ill Massachu stts Bunting Class KlHg William Murphy Flag Sululi iColor BUUrerj Katluca Class Xccordian tliu Rosas Pronko Time Margaret llearsim Prosuntalion ot piiintondent rnp resenting tnn Srliool Coniiiuttcn lass by Katherlne Sheridan Class iiiLinoiy of Konstanti a member of tin who died on November llayid by George Ey Recessional Class The graduates A Mary Rakiey Jennie SielX Rachel Alex Tro Lawrence Helen Anne Ka rin Bdwin Saar Daniel Mary CEREMONY AT BRIDGETS Miss Helen Bakum Be comes Bride of Waltham Man Sunday Continued on Page 6 Sunday School PujSils Qiven Certificates of Award as They Graduate to Higher Departments Union Congregational annual day was observed at Union church last Sunday Childrens Day la a constant reminder of the place of the child in Religious life and church The entire service was umler the direction of Charlotte Stockbridgc and the superintend ents and teachers of the church The members of tlie So prim ary and beginners departments marched in singing Looking up ward every Melvln led in the call to Ken neth Johnson offered and the prayer respoiHe was sung by the Junior Thin was foUowed Iby recitations iby the graduating tuid depart mental songs and memory selic Members promoted from tlis primary to junior and receiving diplomas are Mildred Her bert Bernard Frank IMabel Lois Uca trice Wilbur Mil dred and Anno llaiu Those graduating from tho ju nior to iliitermediatetienior mid receiving diplomas are Ann Tnr Heverly James John Lauri Edsen Thomas John John Myoiiu Louise Bibles were presented to each graduate of the Primary depart ment by Uoacon Beginners promoted to the pri mary are Prlscllla iRussell Barbara Ruberta Kennel ii Florence Namv and Richard iRobort Norman son of and Walter Bergner an Beverly Jane daughter of and Arthur wer baptized during the childrens day Following the members of the school presented In the form of a radio broadcast and three scenes attii ally taken from the fields of work of the Church School Extension Board of the Congregational Church A Home of Do Bcendanta of pioneers In the went Scene 2 In one of the mlnlni campu scone three In the Moun of North Bach ohowed Sunday School out by the church at g poMtble the in ing tlii church a beautiful ap pearance and atmospheric weiv given to all children of the Cradln anJ junior and all other children connected with the church Methodist Cnurch The annual Childrens Day ob servance at the Methodist church last Sunday morning was attend ed by u large I1 bles and diplomas were presented to tho church school Beverly Maron Until Frances Martha Priscilla Mar Ethel Wright and William Certificates for perfect attendance were presented lo Priscilla Albert llod Virginia Jane and IJorotliv John Wesley son of and John Tay Concord street was baptized Hex Sioke of the Iniporlaiice of occa Plants were preseiiiod to the The program by Miss lOmma Greenhalge was as fol lows Songilrliiiaiv department Can a Little iillil Like Boyish Welcome Albert The Jones Just Welcome to YouHelen Krye Sunijeanus Wliitne Jesus Itemis A Nelson Singing Tlie iBIrd Primary of the Staiuoii for Luca Richard Rhitland Garden of GftoU ginia Whitney Love is Every Virginia and Patricia Unck worth Singing All the Happy Children Shaws and Hamiltons Classes to Giving die Moo pel AVi flowers by the Hanson and Annie Luhalnk upon the Sun lit Barbara Madeline Elsie Ethel Rose DXJartu a Kenneth Mins Helen K the daugh ter 01 unu William Ba 11 Percival became the undo of Karl tho son ot and James Aic luuu Main Waltham at a June The ceremony wae penormed at Bridgets churcli at two oclock by Walter in tlie presence of a large number of relatives and The Ijride was attended by Helen a sister ot tlie us mam of and Miss Mae was John Ba u brotncr ot tne bride was best and William Corcoran ol WaiUiam was Tlio bride was beautifully gown ed in georgette with transparent velvet anu wore a Kugenb headdress with veil caught up with orange She carried a bridal bouquet ot white lilies of the valley and sweet Tlie inaid ol honor wore Dim cigandie with pink hut anJ carried pink The brides maid wore pink organdie with ac cessories to match and carriuJ lA reception at the Hume of the bride was attended by from iMay Marlboro and The brides gift to her attend ants were pearl She wore a bliie anu white traveling The bride u or May nard niyh class of 1M30 and has boon at tlie Wai mam in groom attendtd iiin nch ILIS is employed by the Hood Rubber Botn biido and groom are well known us was evidenced by numerous beautiful and use lul They will reside at 15 on theii1 return from a wedding Maynard friends tendered the bride a ahower and fellow employees at the Waltham Watch guve her a miscellaneous shower lust Girls to Give Vacations to 10 Children a group of liv young girls did well on ilijir annual lawii party held SalurUay on the lawn of corner of Brooks and Maiplf that ten chil dren will have a vacation this The lawn party held af ternoon and evening was well pa A 32 piece dinner set was awarded to Frank a gold piece to William and a doll named An nie went to Ann Tiu candy table was In charge of Jean llhyllis 1Jita GalUighei Doris Kleanor Kitz Gertrude Hinds ice Uorls Annie Ly Catherine Norma Marion Marion Hinds Helen iMarie Flahertv and liar lift Billy Mur phy and John hot Croltthlon and Louiri Cas A baked bean slipper do naled by was served by Esther and Sadie Oili Gang wisliuti through the Entirpiis lo thank all who gave donations and also all Ihoti I contributed to the success by their patronage or other iBaptUm All Signs Point To Passing of Depression MaynardThe nmnlaKc Inten llon iciordK at Hie olTUe of the clerk Indliati that the de pression Is over MS I he number llled this year is morn than double that of last To Juno 6 In lim intentions liled were In the same 112 intentions of were Another Indlcutlon that the de pression Is passing is the decreasi in the welfare expenditure for April and And a glance at our advertising record for the past three monlliH shows a decided Increase over the period last March showeda slight April Increas ed the pace and the month of May the Unease wan considerable over May last It may be remiark ed In speaking of advertising that the regular advertisers in the En terprise have been and are the most optimistic among the busi ness At least one of our regular advertisers had in creased buiiueg during the depres m BE SOLD AT PUBLIC K 74 Stores and Commeroial SJi on Sale June 23 Sale Has No Connc With Manufacturing Policies particular inter est to local people is the announce ment this week of the coining auc tion sale ol 74 and commercial sites to be held June starting at 10 a The properties formerly pertained to thu Assabet Mills and all vtre located in In connection with this sale ths followong statement was made to Note This sale nab no con nection whatever with the policies of the American Woolen The Company has for some time pursued a policy of dis posing of portions of its dwell ings and land not required tor rrunutacturmg The properties included in this which have been trans ferred to the Textile Company a subsidiary are being sold in pursuance of that policy In deciding to sell the properties at public auc for what they may bring in tne open a method of sale nas been established believed to be en tirely fair as between the company and its The saie is open to The hijjn Diader will he the buyer in each The properties in Mayuard rep resent the Uth group ot Ameri can Woolen houses to be sold at bams nave been previous ly lieu at Black in Massachu Burlington and WinoosW in in Hartiord and Dover Foxcrau in Years ago it was necesaary lor industry to provide housing for its At that time trans ROitation was a iitficult and it lollowed that with insuffi cient facilities available that the mill was obliged to maintain a today the sit uation is entirely with improved roadti and easy trans portation it is not uncommon to find people travelling fifteen and even twenty miles or more daily to With this change ists no necessity for own a That sound is evidenced byM that it has been consist adopted by iiers througho aiia toaay inroujiij Hqidatiou ot i uot cssontial to manv that capital released auiy put to work in The sale will be condiL the Henry Cooke Comi and Freeman Company TheseH have opened a local Middltsex House od where catafot complete information ate sentative the auctions said We propose to ofrtrisi properties at public on June 23rd and each property indlvldt the in order in our The ing feature or thle the financing of erties is It hai our privilege to offfl favorable than U able in this 76 of the selling price main on mortgage dwelling or commerci erty at 6 per fact combined with erate prices which properties have cold J previous sales In thla U constitute fm opport buy a home or acquir vestment property p and terms which will never be I der the real estate market mittedly an excellent tli buy real estate aa yet been affected by the n tendency toward hlg and at will immediately in any improvement Real Estate Maynard Lodge Installation was a large at ttindairce ait the FlagDay exer cises installation tt officers at Maynard B P O Mon day evening at Odd Fellows The flag day exercises wore con ducted by tho officers of the lodge prior to the During business P K H No bUj Morton was eelcted a dele gale to attend tlie annual state convention at Hyannis June 21 and and I1 K R Lesue Sims eltctfcd The installation ceremonies were in 1 K R John Gor don of Newton Lodge who was as sisted by Paul P K es quire ajul The oflkeis in ducted were 1 J exalted ruler James R K L K Thomas F K K Charleu K L K Janios secretary Herbert W treasurer Michael tilor Frank K lOtUiiund chaiplain Mat thew Inner guard Joseph P trustee aJid Albert Following the iiiHtalUntion tlure was a Kocial and luncheon at the tliiib There will bo but one nieetiJig of the lodge during July and At MARLBORO MAN KILLS TIGER Marlboro Elmer Ml who conducts a stand on highway to Stow kill Tiger moths recently had a wing spread inches and the He at were examined by a fcli teacher who laid finest specimens seen this School of Instruction lOasieni Star dls school of Instruction vill be lioltl next Saturday at Masonic In charge o Miss Esther worthy grand of Six chapters will lake The Opening by Aurora of Viitick by iBethany of Wastboro bullottlng by Mizpah of Marlboro Affiliation by of Concord closing by Peiiuosaette Walertown Initiatory by Mag tlalane of A luncheon will be served at noon by Oliver Trees and the dining hall will be In charge of Celia Girls of Maynard Assembly Rainbow for girls will serve as A series of eight bridge parties held at the of worthy matron cl V ed Friday Tim high scorer of lee Maynard Name M i class of 1KM notables by the Anna Swa Kirl Gladys girl Johnson best dressed and Joli and ft rlai lletes WIAlIam ami i i John liyion and Fra iiging James Marion mottt dign ler Sweeeney and most Malcolm md Frances Guido Bertha most ar Inuii RouytiOwicz and most musical Ralpbi and Dorothy lelleetnal John Knrowski and Marlon Lf serious James Malcolm most attractivf Braydeu and most cynical Robert Mabel wittl Swanson and Walno breeziest William WL Bertha Quinn and Marlon Ernetit Tunniizzo natured and Lena Chrt line Walno Laasanen Man Struck Ba Yi 235 West Main Ktrer the police last night Ernest Lemlre of street while backln the driveway ojt   

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