Acton Enterprise, July 25, 1934

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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 25, 1934, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME XL1V—44 Yam OldWEDNESDAY, JULY 25,1934TU. Pip* a#*" Maws mr wk he MU IO SUER mow Concord Townspeople Throng Parish Meeting House in Hnai Tribute to Clarence N. Johnson and Henry A. Peterson; Offices Closed During Funeral Service Concord paused is the activities of a busy day on Thursday lost and’ at half post two o'clock, young and old gathered at the rim Parish Meeting House in their lore and respect (or the two young Concord men whom sudden tragedy had swept into the "Great {Beyond," Clarence Norman Johnson and Henry Arthur Petersen. The Concord Municipal Light Department with which Mr. Petersen (was connected closed its offices end activities during the hours of the funeral. Seldom at a funeral service has there been stoch an outpouring of the people at the town and without. it had been planned to hold the services in tnei Evangelical (tree Church on Hang street where both young men aa boys had attended 'the Sunday School and been active in its work, but through the generous thoughtful-ness ai Rev. inward P.'Daniels, minister of the First Parish, the large meeting house had been offered and accepted, and even tats spacious auditorium was hardly aoie to accommodate the throngs who came, and was lilied to tne doors.    . i Covering the caskets and Ailing the entire front of tne auditorium were masses of beautiful flowers in floral pieces and designs, in spray, in natural profusion, telling their own story of deep feeling ana loving harmony. The Ulmers were fellow ball players and close friends of tne young men. Ralph H Peterson of Concord was head usner and the others were Edward F Dempsey, 'William McCarthy, Louis McKenna, John ti Mullen, and Arngo Boffritti all of Concord and Mason boss of Carlisle. The services were conducted by Rev. DI af M Johnson, pastor of th* 4JtoangelRaj Free Church of Concord, and Rev. Alfred W. Btone, minister of the West Concord Union Church of which Mr. Petersen was a member. (Rev. Edward P Daniels played the organ, .and Mrs. John Swea and Mrs. John Cahill sang "Abide With Me” and ‘"What a Friend We Have in Jesus." The pall bearers for Mr. Johnson were:    Lovell P. George of Ipoocord, manager of the Con cord Yankees; Jacob Ark in', Vandiver Kennedy, John McCabe and David (Robinson of Concord, and Edward Fredericks of Belmont fellow ball Players.    ^ Hhejpall bearers for Mar. Petersen were associates in the Concord Municipal Light Department where he had been bookkeeper for •tx years. They were: George T. (Barrett, J. William Byron, Russell I Eldridge, .George S Lawton, Alfred N Lufkin and Everett C. ~ Thorpe all of Concord. 'At the funeral were many ballplayers, (both of Concord and of teams In the towns around, and they sat. together at the services and formed an honorary escort tin the funeral procession, practically all present, a few in cars, most on foot, accompanied the procession to the cemetery. ■ The funeral cortege moved from the meeting house over Lexington road to Monument Square, thence along Bedford street to Sleepy (Hollow cemetery. Here in the ‘family lbt where hie mother was hurled lees than three years ago, Henry A Petersen was laid to rest And Rev. Alfred W Stone conduct-t ad the committal rites. Then the cortege moved to the Johnson lot and here, too, the mother, buried ‘dive years ago, awaited her son, committed to the grave 'by Rev. DIM M. Johnson. Bright and promising young men pleasant companions, lovers of (dean sports, earnest and capable workers, generous and helpful - uons. Concord honors their memory.    ■    * REQUIEM MASS HEO) TODAY For Mrs. Catherine Lyons; Burial at St Bridget’s Cemetery Maynard.—Mrs. Cathorino Lyons, a highly respected resident, died early Monday morning at tho Concord Rest Home where she hod been for about four months. She was 58 years old, born in Gljbert.-ville and jh&d been a resident of this town for about 32 years with the exception of a few years. She Is survived by her husband, John Lyons, Sr., and two sons, John, Jr., of Hudson and Harold Lyons ot this town. . The funeral was held this morning from the home of her son Harold Lyons, 48 McKinley street. A requiem mass celebrated at St. Bridget’s church at 9 o’clock, was attended by a large number of relative* and friends. An abundance of beautiful flowers and many mas* cards mutely attested the love and esteem of relatives, friends and •neighbors. Burial was. In St. Bridget s cemetery. Jacob Pacarycky Wa* Hit By Bale of Wool South Acton.—Jacob Pacarycky, 95 Summer street, Maynard, died at the Emerson Hospital last Thurwapy morning 410m injuries sustained at the South Acton Woolen company plant, Wednesday.    % He was struck by a bale of wool being lowered .—.from an upper story when he stepped to a doorway and was knocked to the ground sustaining a gash in the oack of his Read. Dr. P. L. Clark wascalled and dressed his injuries and had him sent to the hospital where x-raya were taken fearing a possible traoture of the skull. He was 48 years af age, born In Bland and had been, a resident re for 22 years. He Is survived by a wife and two children in Poland. The funeral was held Saturday oming from the home of his cousin, Mrs. Victoria Bund&la-vitoh, 19 Railroad street. A solemn high iliads of reqtiiem was celebrated at St. ciuslmlr’s church. Burial was in St. Bridget's cemetery. Swimmers Past Tests At Concord VALENTINE IS A CANDIDATE Chelmsford Man Enters Republican Primary In lith District ^ Acton—John H. Valentine otf Chelmsford has announced that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative in •the lith Middlesex district, composed of the towns of Acton, Bedford, Carlisle; Chelmsford, Littleton and Westford. Mr. Valentine is a lawyer, graduate of Boston University Law School, a member of the Massachusetts and United •States Bars, postmaster of North (Chelmsford for fourteen years, town counsel of Chelmsford far seven years, past commander of the American Legion Poet 212, former vice president of Republica!! (Eighth Senatorial Council, member of the Chelmsford Republican Town Committee for ten yeans, former vice president of the Chelmsford Lioifft Club. Ile is married, has three children, has been a practicing attorney for thirteen years and is a real estate owner and tax payer. Mr. Valentine is also counsel Jar the newly created East Chelmsford Water district, a P. W. A.< project he was Instrumental In getting for his town.    ,    .    . Maynard Plans Home Games In South Acton ’29 Plans First Reunion IMaynard—Plans are progressing gftjrtydly for the Maynard High Ipflrabol class of'1929 reunion to be IgbMld at the Wayland Rosebud Gar-1‘dens on Saturday evening, August D‘' Mf. To date nearly two thirds of that graduating class have slgnl-■ fled their intentions of attending 111 this reunion. The committee would Sift* lo have all that possibly could KIND- at the gathering, and anyone ftyafctag either information or to llarttend should see Miss Alice Dono-BHHjat the Peoples Theatre or else fM^pUn tquch with Waino'SJoblom Brayden. The plans are with a social hour South Acton.—‘Because of lack of support on the part of Maynard fans, the .Maynard team of the Middlesex County league will transfer their home games to South Acton through a satisfactory arrangement with the South Acton A. A. The games to be played at Jones field the property of the Association Arrangements were made at a meeting of the South Acton A. A. last Tuesday evening. Maynard was runner *up for the •first half series to Littleton and with all thfe teams greatly strength ened for the second half some •fast playing will be in order and what Is Maynard's loss will be South Aoton’s gain. There Is but one twilight game remaining on the schedule, the others being Sunday games with an opqn date next Sunday, July 29, when a game will probably jbe dated with some fast semi-pro team. The South Acton team will play on Sundays when the Maynard team Is playing away and evefy Sunday wlllt see a game played ot field until late September. County league games for home and to be In tho Red Cross Classes at Walden Pond In the week of July 12-18 the following swimmers passed tests: Beginners: Joseph whither, Whittler Culkins, Viola O’Connell, Dedi Farnsworth, Helen Berry, William Doherty, James Mc-Avona, Kenneth Peterson, Thomas McKenna, David Caldwell, Russell Graulic, Edmund Bolton, Mary Dee, Ueorgianna Albree, Avard Craig, Albert Williams Jean Clark, Charles Lord, Natalie Peterson, Arlene Manter. Swimmers: Helen Hoi lo ran, Paul Boyd, Eleanor Blanchard, Billy Whiton, Barbara Richardson, Yeianda'Colauri, Muriel Silverman, Irving Powers, Patsy Gibbs, George McLaughlin .Side Stroke: Peggy Coan, John Yvaiker, Louise Viaue, Peter Richardson, Stuart Smith, Mary Dumas, Edith Fenton, Muriel Silverman, 'Mark Kelley, Margaret Garrett, Caroline McCormick Billy Burgess, Mary Wallace, Pri&cilla Gerow, Ralph Gerow, John Walker. Crawl: Louise Vialle, Florence Colbert, Betty Coolidge, Betty Spenoe Helen Peteison, Veronica Dee, Billy Whiton, John Higgins, Merton Sanborn, John Wallace Louise Walker, Girl Scout Swimmers’ Badge: Mary Loughlin, Margaret Damon, Marion Sargent, Louise Vialle, Dorothy Coan, Maidelien j C/Ran, Lucille Heaiey, Muriel Healey. Junior Life Saving reviewed: Alice Meriam; Senoir Life Saving reviewed: Mrs. €. E. Wilson and Miss Maude Tompkins. EWI HWD If IWAI MMR OIH* HERE Middlesex County League Will Have Field Day In Hudson Sunday, Sept. 16; 46 Clubs Join In Sponsoring Event CERENONYfAS INGARDEN Oaks are Background For Swanson - Monson Wedding WHI Sell More Property, Homes In August The Textile Realty Company, a subsidiary of the American Woolen Company, will sell more of their property in Maynard at public auction August 17-18. The properties will include abou. 150 •houses in what ie known aa the •new village section of the town. The Realty Company will open an office at the corner of Waltham and Parker streets next Monday. Bedford Grange Awards Prizes Tho Bedford Grange held a whist and bridge party in the Grange (hall Monday evening in charge of Mrs. Ruth Johnston. There were twelve tables In play with prizes awarded aa follows: Mts. Currier. Mrs. William Moore, Mrs. Henry Hill, Glen Connor, D. E. Perkins, Joseph Hodgdon, Zach Taylor, Mrs. L. Blake, Mrs. William Beecy, Mrs. Anna Powderly, Mia. S. Alban!, Mrs. EX Reissle. Consolations went to Mrs. Marian and Richard Powderly. •Refreshments were s'erved and announcement made of another iparty next Monday night. The attendance prize was won by Lelia Blake. South Acton.—In one of Hic prettiest settling* (a 01 fie could "ope to have tor her wedding ceremony, Miss Clara Swanson, uaugnter of Mrs. Hilda Swanson and Christian Monson, son of Mr. and Mis. Christ>an Monson oi School street were united Jn marriage by Rev. U. M. Johnson, pos- «»r ot tue Norwegian Lutheian tiurcn of Concord. . Tne ceremony was performed under a floral arch in me preuy gal uen on tile spacious lawn ut tho owaiL&on nome. Amid a piotuston of beautiful blooming plants, aud suaueu by massive oaks in the Doc ag round ainu attune sun ;Wps 'Setting in the west, the happy couple were piououuceu man *uu wile. About 75 friends and relatives were garnered tor tins occasion unoer me most ta volume weather conditions. The pretty gowns of the women guests added color to tile aiiaaoy pretty garden which is the priue of the brides family and a Joy to me eye of tne passer by. After the ceiemony the guests weie served with a wedding supper in the house and coflee ami punch weie served in the garden. The bride carrying a bouquet ot gardenias and lutes of the valley was given in marriage by her brother, Oscar Swanson of Arlington, and was attended by Mrs. O. Sm.ieldi* of White ford, N. H. os matron of honor and two bridesmaid, Mrs. Oscar Swanson, sister-m-iaw of the bride and Mrs. Olga Monsen Anderson of West Concord, sister or the groom. The at-tenaants carried bouquets of roses. Little Mist* Eleauor Shields, uaugnter or tile matron ot lienor acted as Ham bearer. Herbert Evans of South Acton attended the groom as best man kiwi J olm Clayton assisted a* usher. The bride was gowned in white satin, the maition of honor in a flowered dress and the bridcs-iuuiUis in yellow. Both bride and groom are popular among the younger set in South Acton. They left immediately after the reception for a trip-to Vermont and Canada and on their return will make their home on Maynard road. Company H Returns From Fort Devens (Hudson — Middlesex County League of Sportsmen's Club, consoling of 24 sportsmen's organizations, will have Its fifth annual field day on Sunday, September 16, at the grounds of the Maynard Rod and Gun Club, near the Lake Boon section in Hudson. Important matters pertaining Ut the outing will be discussed at a meeting of the League Thurday night at the clubhouse of the Melrose Fish and Game Club, at which representatives from Hudson will attend. Last year 6500 spectators interested in sportsmen's activities attended this out door event. This year the committee in charge of arrangements is planning to entertain at least 10,000 from Middlesex County, because of the greatly added number of events. Arrangements have been made for the free-parking of 2600 automobiles. This field day promises to be the largest o>t its kind in New England. Hudson selectmen have already given permits for the event. The committee promises to have all kinds of contests, in field sports. Frank G. Kabilda, president of the Riverside Rod and Gun Club, heads the local club, and is prominent in aiding arrangements for the field day. •Clubs that are participating are.' Ayer Gain and Sportsman's Club; Arlington Rifle Club; Billerica Shop Rod aud Gun Club; Billerica Rod and Gun Club; Concord Rod and Gun Club; Fin, Fur and Feather Club; FraniingSam Sportsman’s Association; Lowell Sportsman’* Club; Malden Sportsman’s Association; Marlboro Fish and Game Association; Massachusetts Rifle Association; Maynard Rod and Gun Club; Melrose Fish and Game Club; Metropolitan Rod and Gun (Club; Middlesex County Field Trial Club; Minute-Man Sportsman’s Club; the Quannapowitt Sportsman’* Association; Riverside Gun Club; South Chelmsford Gun and Rod Club; Stony Brook Fish and Game Association; The Rod and Gun Club of Lincoln; Tuity Hod and Gun Club; Waltham Rod and Gun Club; Woburn Sportsman's Association. HOOKS 5/2 POUND BASS Maynard.—Russell Trask, a summer resilient of Lake Boon, claims the record true fish story of the season in this vicinity. Yesterday he caught a bass which tipped the scales at 5|/2 pounds. This daddy of the Lake bass was caught with a lowly worm for bait. Wife Witnesses Cambridge Man Drown et Vose Pond Concord—Company ll, 182nd Infantry, MNC, arrived home Saturday morning after its annual 15-day tdur of duty at Fort Devens, Ayer. Many relatives and other •friends gathered at the railroad station to greet their returning soldiers. The outfit came by train detraining at .the station and marching to the State Armory where the men were dismissed. According to all appearances the men were in the pink of condition, well trained and hard as nails, and by all accounts they had made the most of their opportunities and had heartily enjoyed as well as thoroughly profited by their camp life. Two men were left behind in the hospital, both afflicted with appendicitis, Private Lawrence J. Kenney, Virginia road, Concord, and Private Arthur LaCroix of (Maynard, who will remain this week at the camp. Lieutenant William A. Hagerty commands the Company which for MARK GOLDEN I WEDDING DAY Friend Broadcasts Favorite Song In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Morris Maynard—Donato Ferranti, 28, or Columbia afreet, Cambridge, was drowned Munday in Vose Playground pond where he was attending an outing or the Duke oi Abruz-zi Society ot East Boston of which ne was a mem nor. He went bathing after lun-Ii wl*li his wife, lie go. oeyond his depth and went under. His wife tried to save him and she also got beyond lier depth and was in danger until rescued by some men who were in swimming. Patrolmen Edward Johnston and John (1 Moore dived repeated!) to find the body. Patrolman Jonn Connors got-some grappling irons and joined in tile searcn. it wits an hour before the body was found Patrolmen Johnston and O'.Moure assisted by William Annotto of Everett and Tony Mamtani of Cnel sea tried the prone system of ie.-,;i-scitation without success. Dr. Henry Walcott of Concord, medical examiner, pronounced death duo to accidental drown'ng. Ken anti is survived by his wife and two children. 'iuere were 16U0 people mostly from Boston and vicinity at the outing. Concord Couple Mark Silver Wedding Day On July 17, 1909, John Bartolomeo, popular Concord fruit merchant, and Miss Carmina M. Stef-anelll were married in Our Lady 'Help of Christians Church, West Concord. Leo Stefanelli, brother of the bride, wfas best man, and a bridesmaid was Miss Mary Ma-cone, now Mrs. Fred Ormund * of East Lexington, and these two with Mr and Mrs John E Loring of West Concord, Mr and Mrs. Supino of Newton, and about one hundred more relatives, neighbors and friends from Concord and the town around thought it only right to observe the grand occasion of the Silver Wedding appropriately, and so gathered last week Tuesday evening at the home I Byron street, to bring their tokens and extend their felicitations to the blushing young couple. Mr and Mrs Bartolomeo received many beautiful gifts, lovely flowers, and telegraph and telephone messages from far away friehds. Dancing, singing and excellent orchestra music helped to make the evening most enjoyable. Their sons, Joseph, who plays the clarinet, and Angelo, who plays the saxophone were part of the orchestra. Both are also monvbers of the Concord Legion Band. Delicious refreshments were served, including a handsomely decorated wedding cake which was out by tho bride. Mr. and Mrs. Bartolomeo have six children:    Angelo, Joseph, Mary, John, Sara, and Dante. Mr. Bartolomeo has been in the fruit business for 43 years. SHING COURSE Robert Damon Captures Two Firsts. °nd; Henry Damon Wins First In Fled Event at Walden Pond, Conf NO SALES ONSUNDAYS Selectmen of Maynard Are Complimented On Action The Board of Seioctiiien have been commended by Rev. Matthew Vance for their action in having local liquor dealers close their places of business on Sundays. The letter is as follows: To the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Maynard, Attention of the Secretary. Dear Sir: The liquor problem ha* always been recognized as something more than a personal problem. Its social and economic evils have been and still are apparent, and insotar a* these latter can be minimized, and liquor brought wkhin the control of the best interests of society in general, to that extent will law and order and respect for morality be maiutain- • , I view then with pleasure and real interest your action concerning the dispensing of liquors on The Lord's Day. iSurely six days are enough to do business without desecrating the Sabbath. In closing all liquor places, or prohibiting the sale thereof on Sunday, I believe you have the support of every right minded citizen of Maynard, and what is more important you are doing what is right tor the best interests of Maynard. My entire congregation and also that of the Methodist Church is behind you in anything pertaining to best solving of the liquor situation. •We respectfully urge you to duly enforce present liquor laws and rid our community of some of the present unfortunate conditions and examples which are daily seen in too great a degree on the streets of Maynard. Respectfully, Rev. Matthew A. Vance. Appoint New Police Officer; On Night Duty the first time in its history went .nard, over Radio Station W to canun with its full quota of Wellesley, tor which the rn to camp with enlisted men. Parish Field Day Promises Many Features Bedford—AU are looking forward to the third annual field day sponsored by the committee of St. Mt-| cbael's parish to be held Friday and ,Saturday afternoon and eve-ning on nee Weld. There arui be MHH dor both bin and UttlkamB 111 HE » ■» 1* — ‘-‘■—TP—M® HOLD SWIMMING MEET Maynard—Visitors day for parents and friends was held today at St. George’s parish camp at Fort Pond, Littleton. 'A large number of parents, friends and relatives attended. A feature of the program of the day was a swimming meet held at 7 o’clock in the evening. UNION CHURCH inister a. m. I    West Concord HHHHH I Rev. Alfred W. Stone, I Sunday, July 26—40:^^^^® Morning Worship. Lannon by Rev. Frank WI CleOuM*. PHJ*. J)(D., MM K m Ut***!* JPptsco- Mr. and Mrs. George S. Morris, Maple street, celebrated their f>()th wedding anniversary al their home last Saturday, with a happy gathering of relatives and friends. They were married in Maynard. July 21, ISSI by the Rev. Mr. Smith then pastor of the Union Congregational church and have resided hore ever since. They were blessed with five children, bree of whom are living, George W. Morris Mrs. James J. Tahiti and Mrs. Harold Dockerty, of this town. They also have five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Morris were remem bared with gifts of money and many other artic les, including cards and flowers. A pleasing feature of the event was the beautiful rendition of "Silver Threads Among the Gold" by Mr. Alan I’almej of May- USU at  -    —.....-    members of the family ale dually grateful. BAND CONCERT FRIDAY The second hand concert to be given on tho Harvey Wheeler-West Con,cord school grounds by the Cocord Legion hand under the auspices of the West Concord Village Improvement Society will •be‘given this week Friday eyeing. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Concord Ray. Frank W. Clallam!, Minister Sunday, July 29—IO: 30 p. rn. Sty. Dr. iClelland will preach at ■Teat Concord Union cburO Concord. This will J>» a Gives Portrait Of Late Pastor Concord—In the parlors of the First Parish meeting house a lifelike portrait has been hung, of the late Rev. Benjamin It Bulkeley, beloved minister and minister emeritus of the Parish. The picture is the gift of his daughter, Mrs. Sidney M Winslow, Jr., (Alice Bulkeley) and is the work of his niece, Miss Lucia A Warren. Tho resemblance is striking and the pose most natural; the white hair of the former minister radiates a picturesque dignity, and the likeness shows Mr. Bulkeley as he was in his later years, minister emeritus of the church, not at the time of his ac tive ministry. This portrait, hung over the mantelpiece, is a great addition to the beauty of the recently-decorated room. V. F. W. WHIST AWARDS Maynard—At another of a series of whist parties held by the V.F.W. at the povt headquarters the following won prizes: Joseph Kugima, door prize; Annie Scully, Henrietta Ba rn ford, Mrs. Wolfe, William Morrill, Agnes Anderson, Elizabeth Newton, Mrs. Shea, Alice Holleran, William VVhsuik, Mary Rasmussen, Esther Clayton. Lauri Klemola, Mary Newton, Lena Rodway. Lena Franklin, Mary Kelley. Sarah Can non and Amy Ryan. Bingo prizes were won by Dorothy Costello, Joseph Kugima, Mrtv Fred Palmer. Eleanor Costello, Fred Palmer, Lauri Klemola, William Wasuik and Lena Rod way. Another party will he held Friday night. CONCORD ROTARY CLUB The weekly meeting and luncheon. of the Concord Rotary club was held at Colonial Inn, Thursday noon, President Mint R. HowM Maynard—-Henry appointed a permanent regular police officer at a meeting of the Selectmen held during the week. The new officer reported for duty Monday and was assigned to night duty taking the place of Frank Downey who started his vacation this week. Patrolman IMecewic* was appointed to fill a vacancy on the regular force, appointments for which are made from the Civil Service. The eligible list was received from the Civil Service last Wed nesday and the name of Patrolman Plccowlcz was the only name on the list. Several had taken the Civil Service examination. John Connors Jr. was a provisional appointee* and his appointment was cancelled when the eligible I tot was sent to the Selectmen by the Civil Service Commission. The new patrolman is well known. Ile is a graduate of Maynard High school. Concord—A series at races and divine WI to a successful cl nual swimming conn# cord Chapter of the (Cross at Walden Poikp Robert Damon of WI •won two firsts and a (Henry Damon won a the six boys’ event*. Henry Damon waa midget boys, and won the boys’ free boys’ diving, and WM Richard Merriam of the boys' advanced ant's sister Alice tied la Foote of Concord la advanced diving and in the free style race. (Prof. Richard MerlMfl coin was in charge of ti stand and on the stand were Miss Mary b&rt B Hosmer, John son Garrett and Charles ton, chairman of the (Chapter of the Cross. The prises •been donated by Walter Jr., were awarded by Mw, i E Pratt. (Mrs Pratt moving pictures of tho of the classes which played at a future data/ <M/ get* Division Midget f*ria race—Won I Fisher; second, Jean Janice Adams. Midget boys’ race— Henry Damon; seoo .Nelson; third, Robert Girls' JE vents Girls’ side stroke Frances Murphy; Murphy; third, Muriel Girls’ crawl race—Won* en King; second, Louies third, Helen iHaHoraa. Girls' free style Priscilla Farrar; Meriam; third, Muriel Girls diving—Won Vial,*; second, third, Helen King. (jills auvanceu. divil first between Priscilla Alice Meriam; intra, Jean .Boys’ Events > (Boys' side stroke Jonn Tonuoeno; second*' Kelley; tnird, Stewart Boys' crawl race—(Won •Higgins; second, Russell * in 1 ru, Joseph Daly. •Boys’ free style Robert Damon; secoi ward Blocker; third, Mark (Boys’ diving—'Won bf Damon; second, John tuna, Irving Powers. Boys' advanced diving-Piecewtcs was j Richard Meriam; second*' Damon; tnird, Roger BoyA» May Oppose Rendering Plant For Sudbury Sudbury A number of citizens have petitioned the Board of Selectmen for a hearing that they may protest the establishment of a Rendering Plant in the building formerly occupied by the Sudbury Grain Company. The Board has posted notices that there will be a hearing on the question in the. Town Hall on Thursday evening. Lancaster Out For Revenge In Sunday Game West Concord.—4t will be remembered that the West Concord Cardinals celebrated Independence Day by going to Lancaster and inflicting a double headed defeat on the baseball team of that town. Thirsting for revenge, tho Lancaster team will invade Weet Concord next Sunday anticipating the sweet comfort of a double victory S'ane Cardinals on the Percy A, iJfeottt Playground. The Cardinals need moral and An sport should Mrs. Peckham DiedS / In The town was Chocked Tuesday morning of the Mrs. Arthur Peckham avenue. Monday night taken ill with a heart passed away early ing. She was loved by knew her and met every a sunny smile and a shake. Beside her leaves one daughter, Maynard of Wilmington grandchildren. Funeral were held Thursday from Marshall’s parlors* ton with Rev. Huns Hoi ating. Burial was in cemetery in Watertown On Board of Maynard — Alden Stow and John Ferraro members of the May the Naval Communication! ves are on two weeks ti vice on hoard the U.S.S. Patrick Nugent, command' Maynard Unit will 25th for two weeks vice on the U. S. S. Ma: troyer. Mr. Nugent wit! radio shop in Maynard W turns from his tour of (ti MUI Heads at ^Maynard.—The j|[| soc tat ion of tho K|| Inual outing held® at the Bandy Burr Wayland, was MHH than twenty*®® wives andmllllSi prizes Mrs. Cj and® ton, ;

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