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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 25, 1934, Acton, Massachusetts                                Old JULY 1934 ARE TO SLEEPY HOLUM iConcord Townspeople Throng Parish Meet ing House in Final Tribute to Clarence Johnson and Henry Peterson Offices Closed During Funeral Service paused in the activities of a busy day on Thursday last and at half past two oclock young and old gathered at the First Parish Meeting House in their love and respect or the two young Concord men whom midden had awept into the Great ClarenceNorman John eon and Henry Arthur Petersen The Concord Light iDe with which Petersen closed its offices and activities during the hours of the Seldom at a funeral service has there been an outpouring of the people of the town and with it had been planned to hold the services in Kvangelical Ifciree Church on Lang street where both young men as boys Ihad attended the Sunday School and been active in its but through the generous thougtftfui nesa of uidward minister of the First the large meeting house had been ot tered and and even tnis spaiclous auditorium was hardly aole to accommodate the throngs who and was tilled to the i i Covering the caskets and Ailing the entire front of the auditorium were masses of beautiful ttowers in floral pieces and in in natural telling their own story of deep feeling and loving The usuers were fellow ball players and close friends of toe young Ralph H Peterson ox Concord was head usher and the were Edward Louis McKen John K and Arrigo Boffiltti all of Concord and The services were conducted by Olaif M pastor of Church of and Altfred nilnieter of the West Con Union Church of which 1etersen was a Edward P Daniels played the John Swen and John Oahill sang Abide With Me and What a Friend We Have in Tlie pall bearers for John son were Lovell George of manager of the Concord Yankees Jiaoexb Vandiver John MoCabe and David Robinson of and Edward iFrederitoks of fellow ball bearers for Peter were associates in the Con cord Municipal Light Department Where he had been bookkeeper for They were George William Ruseell I S Al fred N Lufkin and Thorpe all of the funeral were many ball both of Concord and of teams in the and at the services and an honorary esCort to funeral Practic ally all a few in on accompanied the procession the The funeral cortege moved from meeting house over Lexington road to Monument thence along Bedford street to Sleepy Hollow Hero in the lamily 16t where hie mother was Iburied less than three years JHenry A Petersen was laid to rest And Alfred W Stone conduct ed the committal Then the cortege moved tothe Johnson lot the burled ittve years awaited her committed to the grave by Olaf Bright and promising young lovers at clean earnest and capa ble and helpful i Conicord honors their meui i REQUIEM MASS HELD TODAY For Catherine Lyons Burial at Bridgets Cemetery Catherine a highly respected died morning at the Con cord Rest Home where she ihad been for about four She was 58 years bwn in Gilberu ville and been a resident of this town for about 32 years with the exception of a few She Is survived by John and two of and Harold Lyons ot this The funeral was held this morn ing from the liome of her son Har ola 48 MioKlnley A requiem mass at Bridgets church at 9 was attended by a large number of rela tives arid An abundance of beautiful flowers and many mass cards mutely attested the love and esteem of Hilends and Burial was in Bridgets FATALLY HURT INMILL Jacob Pacarycky Was Hit By Bale of Wool 95 Summer died at Kmerson Hospital last cunning injuries sustained at the South Acton Woblen company Wednes He was struck by a bale of wool being lowered an upper storywhen he stepped to a door way and was knocked to the ground sustaining a gash In the back of his Clark wascalled and dressed his Injuries and had him sent to the hospital where xrays wore taken tearing a possible Iraoture of the lie was 48 years af born in Dfcland and had resident hiere for He Is survived by a wife and two children in Po The funeral was held Sat urday orning from the home of his Victoria Bundala 19 Railroad A solemn high mass of requiem was cele brated at Casimirs Burial was in Bridgets ceme VALENTINE IS A CANDIDATE Chelmsford Man Enters Re publican Primary In llth District Valentine off iChelmsford has announced thait he is a candidate for the Republican nomination Representative In lltih Middlesex com posed of the towns of Bed Carlisle Little ton and Valentine is a graduate of Boston University Law a memiber of the Massachusetts and United States postmaster of ChctJmsford for fourteen town counsel of Chelmsford for past commander of the American Legion Post for mer vice president ot Republican lEdgihtlh Senatorial member the Chelmsiford Republican Town Committee for ten former vice president of the Chelmsford LiortB He is has three has been a attorney for thirteen years and is a real estate owner and tax Valen tine is also counsel the newly created East Clhelmsford Water a AJ project he was imstomuental in getting for his Vlaynard Plans Home Games In South Acton 29 Plans First Reunion are progressing for the Maynard High 3Chool class of1929 reunion to be at the1 Wayland Rosebud Gar on Saturday August To date nearly two thirds of graduating have slgni their itftentions of attending The committee would fohave all that possibly could e and anyone ng either information or to nd ihould see Miss Alice Dono the Theatre or else Sim tquch vwlth Walno BJoblom The pUnB are South of lack of support on the pantof Maynard the team ot the Middlesex County league will iransfer their home games to South Acton through a satisfactory arrangement with the South Acton The games to be played at Jones field the property of As Arrangements were made at la meeting of the South Acton last Tuesday was runner up for the first half series to Littleton and with all the teams greatly strength ened for the second half some playing will be in order and is will be Actons There is but one twilight game remaining on the others being Sunday with an open date next July when a game will probably dated with some fast semipro i The South Acton team will play on Sundays when the Maynard team la playing away and Sunday will game played at Swimmers Fast Tests At Concord In the Red Cross Classes at Walden Pond in the week of July 1218 the swimmers passed tests Beginners Joseph Wnlttler Viola Dedi Helen William James Mc Kenneth Thomas David Russell Edmund Mary Ueprgianna Avard Albert Williamis Charles Natalie Arlene Swimniers Helen Paul Eleanor Billy Barbara Mu riel Irving Patsy George Stroke Peggy John Louise Peter Rich Stuart Mary Dumas Edith Muriel Mark Margaret Caroline Billy Mary PriScilla Ralph John Crawl Louise Florence Colbert Betty Betty iSpence Helen Veronica Billy John Merton San John Wallace Louise Girl Scout Badge Mary Margaret Marion Louise Dorothy Marielien j Lucille Muriel Junior Lfe Saving reviewed Alice Merlam Senolr Life Saving reviewed Wilson und Miss Maude EMItlOFlO Middlesex County League Will Have Field Day In Hudson 16 46 Clubs Join In Sponsoring Event the Will Sell More Homes In August The Textile Realty a subsidiary of the American Woolen will sell more of tiheir property in Maynard ait pub lic auction August The pro will include 150 houses in what Is known as the now village section of the The Realty Company wlll open an office at Uhe corner of Waltham and Parker streets next Bedford Grange Awards Prizes Tho Bedford Grange a whist and bridge party in the Grange lhall Monday evening in charge of Ruth There were tables in play with awarded as follows William Henry Glen Joseph Zach Wil Anna went to Marian and Rtehard Refreshment were served and announcement made of another party next Monday The at tendance prize was won by Leila Parish Field Day Promises Many Features Jones field until fete County league games tied tor noma to be and Afternoon and eve M htajtVfftfe There will be M 4 IhT Bedford All are looking forward to the annual Held day spon sored by the committee of Ml garish be held Friday CEREMONY WAS INGAR0EN Oaks are Background For Swanson Monsen Wedding South one of uiJJo couii to have ixr her Miss Clara Swanson ttaugnter of Hilua bwanaoi and CnrisUan son of Air and Christian Monsen ol bcnooi street were united jln mar riage pts jtfv ot tiie Norwegian Lutheran of The ceremony was performed under a floral aroh in tiie pretii garden on UMJ lawn el owaiiaon Aniid a piotusioi of beautKul blooming aau siuwieu by massive oaks aiiw ttsjuiie sun setting in the the coupie were pionvuuceu man aui About 75 friends and relatives were gathered ur tua occasioi unuer me nrost tavorauie weauiui The pretty gowns of the women guests auieti color to the already garden which is the pnuc of the brides family and a joy to me eye of tne passer After the ceiemony guests served wall a wedding sup per in the house and cxittee and punch weie served in the The bride carrying a bouquet oi gardenias and lilies or the valley was given m marriage bymr Oscar of Arling and was attended by of matron of honor and two Oscar slster iniaw of the bride and Oiga Mansen Anueiison ot West Con sister of the The at tendants carried irouqueis of Little Miss Bleauor oi tlLe matron ot honor acted as tiam Herbert of South Acton attended the groom as best man and Johu assisted as The bride was gowned In white the maitixm of honor in a flowered dress and the brides miuiis in Both bride and groom are popular among the younger set in South They left immediate ly after the reception for a trip to Vermont and Canada and on their return will make their home on Mayuard Company H Returns From Fort Devens Hudson Middlesex County League of Sportsmens con sisting of 24 sportsmens organiz will have its fifth annual field day on September at the grounds of the Maynard Rod and Gun near the Lake Boon section in Important matters pertaining if the outing will be discussed at a meeting of the League Thurday night at the clubhouse of the Melrose Fish and Game at which representa tives from Hudson will iLast year 6500 spectators Inter ested In sportsmens activities at tended this outdoor This year the committee in charge of arrangements is planning to en tertain at least from Mid dlesex because of the greatly added number of Arrangements have been made for the freeparking of 2GOO automo This field day promises to be the largest ol its kind in New Hudson selectmen have already given permits for the The committee promises to have all kinds of in field iFranik presi dent of the Riverside Rod and Gun heads the local and is prominent in aiding arrangements for the field CluiDs that are participating are Ayer Gun and Sportsmans Club Arlington Hifle Club Billericaf iShop Rod aud Gun Club Billerica and Gun Club Concord Rod and Gun Club Fur and Feath er Club FramlngWam Sportsmans Association Lowell Sportsmans Club Maiden Sportsmans Asso ciation Marlboro Fish and Game Association Massachusetts Rifle Maynard Rod and Gun Club Melrose Fish and Game Club Metropolitan Rod and Gun iCIub Middlesex County Field Trial Club MinuteMan Sports mans Club the Quannapowltt Sportsmans Association River side Gun Club South Chelmsford Gun and Hod Club Stony Brook Fish and Game Association The Rod and Gun Club of Lincoln Tuity and Gun Club Wal tham Rod ami Club Wolmrn Spoilsmans LOSES LIFE WHILE BATHING Wife Witnesses Cambridge Man Drown at Vose Pond Maynard Donate of Columbia was drowned Sunday 111 Vosu Play ground pond where he was nttend Ing an outing of the Duke oi Abruz HI Society oi Jtiast Boston of he was a He went battling after lunvh wiHi his He go oeyond his dnUi ii nd went His wife tried to save him and she also got buyoiil her depth and was in clanger un til rescued by some men wno were in Patrolmen Edward Johnston and Juiin u ivioore dived repeated to lind the Patrolman Jonn Connors gotsome grappling irons and joined in the u was an hour before the body was found Patrolmen Johnston and OWoyo assisted by William Annetto of Everett and Tony Mamiani of fuel sea tried me prone system of scitation without Henry Walcott of Concord medical pronounced death due to accidental drownng lerrantl is survived by his wife and two mere were lfuu people mostly HOOKS POUND BASS a summer resident of Lake claims the record true fish story of the season in this vi Yesterday he caught a bass which tipped the scales at This daddy of the Lake bass was caught with a lowly worm for MARK GOLDEN WEDDING DAY 7riend Broadcasts Favorite Song In Honor of and Morris IConcordHConipany In M N arrived home Sat urday morning after its annual 15 day tcTur of duty at Fort Many relatives and oilier friends gathered at the railroad station to greet their returning The outfit came by train detraining at station and marching to the State Armory the men were According to all appearances the men were in the pink of well trained and hard as and by all accounts they had made the most of their opportunities and had heartily enjoyed as well as thoroughly profited by their tamp Two men were left behind In the both afflicted with Priivate Lawrence Virginia and Private Arthur LaCrolx of who will remain this week at the Lieutenant William Hagorty commands the Company whlcli 1or Gold by Alan 1iilmoj oi May the first time in Its history ovor Radio Station WHHIJ at and Grorgc Maple cHihralcd llicir flltli wedding anniversary at their home with a happy feath ering of riliiiivcs and They WITH married in July 1SN1 by he Smith then paKlor of ho Union Congre gational cliurrh and have resided horn ever They were bles sed with five of whom are George Morris James Tbin and Har old of tills They also have live grandchildren and three griiai and Morris were romeni bored with gifts of money and many other including cards and A pleasing feature of the oven was the beautiful rendi tion of Silver Threads Arionp to camp with enlisted Its full I quota of for which the members of thf family aTo HOLD SWIMMING MEET day for par ents and friends was hold today at Georges parish camp at Kort A large number of friends and relatives at A feature of the program of tho day was a swimming meet leld at 7 oclock in the UNION CHURCH West Concord Alfred July Moralng by the Itotao4ittt Bpiscu k U BAND CONCERT FRIDAY The second band concert to bo givenon the Harvey Wheeler West ConcAwd school by the Cocord Legion band under tlio auspices ot West Concord Village Improvement Society will this week Friday eve METHODIST EPISCOPAL Concord Frank Minister July Clelland will preach Union and vicinity at the Concord Couple Mark Silver Wedding Day On July John Bartolo popular Concord fnuit mer and Miss Carolina Stef anelM were married in Our Lady Help of Christians West brother of the was and a bridesmaid was Mies Mary Ma now Fred Ormumd of Mast and these two with Mr and Mrs John E Coring of West Mr and Supino of and about one hundred more neighbors and friends from Concord and the town around thought it only right to observe the grand occa sion of the Silver Weddiing ap and so gathered last week Tuesday evening at the home 1 Byron to bring their tokens and extend their felicita tions to the blushing young Mr and Mrs Barlolomeo receiv ed many beautiful lovely and telegraph and tele phone messages from far away singing and ex cellent orchestra music helped to make the evening most Their plays the anl who plays the saxophone were part of the Both are also monvbers of the Concord Legion Delicious refreshments were including a handsomely decorated cake which was out by the and Bartolomeo have six clilldren and Bartolomeo has been in the fruit ibusinoss lor 43 Robert Damon Captures Two ond Hepry Damon Wins First In Red Event at Walden Concol ONSUNDAYS Selectmen of Maynard Are Complimented On Action The Board of Selectmen have ibeen commended Matthew Vance for their action in having local liquor dealers close theii places of business on The letter is as follows To the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Attention of the Dear Sir The liquor problem has always ibeen as something more than a pensomvl Its social and economic evils have ibeen and still are and insotair as these latter can be and liquor brought within the control ot the best In terests of society in to that exitent will law and order and respect for morality be maintain 1 view then with pleasure and real interest your action concern ing the dispensing of liquors on The Lards iSurely six days are enough to do business without desecrating the In clos ing all liquor or prohibit ing the sale thereof on 1 beiiove you have the support of every right minded citizen of May and what is more important you are doing what is rigiht for the best interests of My entire congregation and also that of the Methodist Chiudi is behind yiou in anything pertaining to best solving of the liquor We respectfully urge you to duly enforce present liquor lawn and our community of some of the present unfortunate conditions and examples which are daily seen in too great a degree on the streets of Maiithew Gives Portrait Of Late Pastor of tho First Parish meeting house a life like portrait lias been ef the Benjamin beloved minister and mdnlstor omoritus of the The pic ture is the gift of his Sidney M Alice Hulkeley and is the work of his Miss Lucia A War The is strik ing and the pose most natural the white hair of former minister radiates a picturesque and the likeness shows Bulkeluy as ho was in his later min ister emeritus of tho not al tho time of his active ministry This hung over tho is a groat addition to the beauty of tho recentlydeco rated WHIST AWARDS another of a series of whist parties held by the at the pcwA headquarters the fol lowing won prizes Joseph door prize Annie Henrietta William Agnes Alice William Mary Osthor Lauri Mary Lena Lona Mary Sarah Can noil and Amy Bingo prizes were won by Dorothy Jo seph MriV Fred Eleanor Fred Lfturl William Wamilk and Lena Another party will be held Friday CONCORD ROTARY CLUB The weekly meeting and lunch eon of the Concord Ilotary club was held at Colonial Thursday President fiMot RHowan Appoint New Police Officer On Night Duty Piecewicz was appointed a permanent regular po ico officer at a meeting of the Se ocfcmeii held during the The lew officer reported for duty Mon day and was assigned to night duty taking the place of Frank Downey who started liis vacation this Patrolman IMocewicz was ap pointed to ill a vacancy on the regular appointments for which are made from the CivJl Ser Tho eligible Us was receiv ed from the Civil Service last Wed niisday and Mm naim of Patrolman Iiectnvicz was thi only name on the Several had taken the Civil Service John Connors was a provisional ap poiiitoo and his appointment was wlion tlio eligible IIM was sent to tinSitluclmcn by this Civil Service The new patrolman is well is a graduate of Maynaid High May Oppose Rendering Plant For Sudbury A mimlhor of citizens Iwivo pntltioned the Board of Se lectmen for a hearing that they may protest the eistalbHsliinent of a Rendering Plant in the buildinc formerly occupied liy Grain Tho Board has posted notices that there will be a hearing on the question in Town Hall on Thursday Lancaster Out For Revenge In Sunday Game West will be re membered that the West Concord Cardinals Independent Day by going to Lancaster and in fllpting a double headed defeat on the baseball team of that Thirsting for the Lan caster team will Invade West Con cord next Sunday anticipating the sweet comfort of a double victory Cardinals on the Percy Cardinals need LI Atiilij series races and diving eve to a successful close tL nual swimming course p cord Chapter of the iCross at Walden Robert Damon of yf two firsts and a Henry Damon won a the six hoys Henry Damon was and the boys free sty boys and was illiehard the boys advanced ams sister Alice tied Wli Footo of Concord 1 advanced diving and in the free style Richard MerL coin was in charge oi and on the standVI Were Miss Mary WUlii bert B John Garrett and Charles1 chairman of the Chapter of the Ame The prizes whi ibeen donated by Walter were awarded by Ml li iMrs Pjatt moving pictures of the of the classes which Played at a future JVlidget peris Fisher Jean Janice Midget boys Henry Damon Robert Girls Girls side stroke Prances Murphy se Murphy Muriel Girls crawl env King Louise f Helen Girls free stylerace Pnscilla Farrar iMeriam Muriel Girls d i vl Vialie Helen auvanceu 11W t between Prlscilla Mcriam Jeao t iBoys side stiiodte race Jonn Tonuoeno Kolley Stewart Sfl iHoys crawl Higgins R Joseph jgj iBoys free style race Itoiburt Damon second ward Hloukcr Mark1 iBoys Damon John Irving Pwvois iBoys advanced divlng Meriani Damon Roger Peckham Died Such The town was Tuesday morning of the d Arthur PocWiam of Monday night taken ill with a heart passed early Tuesday1 She was loved by knew hcr and met every a sunny smile and a gla Jtcslde her loaves one Maynard of K ramie h i 1I ive Funeral were held Thursday from Marshalls parloro I tun with Mans Han Burial was In cemetery in On Board Training Maynnid Alden Stow and John KcrrarootS members of the MaynarSijii the1 Naval Comniunlcatlpiipfjlf ves are on two weeks tr vieo on board the Patrick Maynard Unit will 6th for two weeks vice on the ManS Nugent will radio shop in Maynard Wjj turns from his tour of if Mill a The Hoclatlon of the nual outing held at the Bandy wai prlreef   

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