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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 24, 1934, Acton, Massachusetts                                it You Read You Art r SheleUnely Money Does Count The Presidents Broadcast Tne country follows the Haupttnann dealing with the Newspapers increased circulation since Hauptmanns arrest This proves that able to get along with out ordinary news of national and international cannot do with out the Lindbergh kidnap The East reads about the Bobby Edwards that of a young man accused of killing a Freda Me her on the head and drowning her when he tired of Others are much Interested in the case of a woman with a well known and a quarrel about And possession of a heiress to several Foreign plain AmerJcan many unpleasant nre dragged Into the A considerable crowd finds that That judges decision will be Future historians will know what we were by reading the news stories that Interested PGBWkfiJl mmimm VOLUME Old OCTOBER 1934 History Made on Alumni Field When Concord High School Eleven Is Defeated By Score of 9 6 Eva whom reporters choose to call Kva now In the womens wins of the denth house of Sing Sing convicted of murdering a mun whose life she had nnd waiting to be elec makes n It has nothing to do with the deaths uncertainty or Its the horror of the electric The statement says I like I am so lone some I dont know what to Only a few weeks to the elec tric chair and all that is on the other side of that chair just ahead of and Coos strongest Im pression Is that she likes We are a gregarious and ah sence of Imagination Is a great help If you must be Does money make a difference In the United Stales Ft made some difference in Foley opposite New Yorks Supreme court six rather old men were ar rested charged with One of sixtyfour years who gave a name not his was found hank hooks showing that he owned safe in the The magistrate suspended sen tence on the Me was not even Five others that had no money were fined each and sent to jail for ten days when they did not There is a text for some budding Communist Some call President Roosevelts broadcast crumbs of thrown to the where dwell big disgruntled finan ciers other sad It Is taken as hitherto shnlt thou go and no and here shall thy proud waves be addressed to onrushing The Presidents broadcast proves that gentlemen were inlstnken who said tho Preslilent Intends to do away with mukliw enter prise an obedient unit In the new system of The address means to optimistic conservatives that the New Denl desires only to be helpful to private not choke Kut private enterprise must be with the New keep Its eye on the ultimate happiness of the If you buy whisky It Is wise to buy a brand thnt you In New this government agents seined ruses of queer including rases of Scotch whisky made in with oneeighth Scotch to make It taste the rest being sher and homemnde The old game for children was whos got the but ton Thenew game for grownups whos got the and how shall we tax It New York seeking 000 a month more for welfare has already put a tex on Income Secretary Wallace and farmers will be glad to hear that an unscrupulous polit ical attempt made this all make the government lend 7f cents a bushel on corn and addi tional on If Wallaces tears are realized the new fron as regards United States will be as wide as the Milky Wfy and as high as the blue By Al Cowles Alumni The of the soute of the Yankee of 19S4 waj written acioss rough trodden turf aud Into a historical chapter of this nacred Saturday and battered back all as the last minutes were rapidly clianigiing to seconds toe fore the signal of the the modern warfare iweaipon of aerial attack wassuddenly by the foolUball army of Maynard IS as iconnoneer Brayden sShojt a howitzer heave speeding onward the helpless out stretched militant defenders Into the waiting arms of the unhead of Sophomore Wiho wias receiving his Ibaptlsm Nixie a lone star calvary who rode unmo untouchalMe across the large goal stripe olf as the Concord stands salt deaitihly si staring and gaiplng at the nearimpossible Hollywood lit was pandemonium turned loose after a smashing struggle that rocked and reeiked the impetus of missiles that echoed from a 200 yard front and resem bled the Marne with Verdun thrown Tine 1200 sea my witness es gazed with aiwestricken amaze ment as the stirring war drama was unfolded Beneath a perfect autumn setting Wended with a sun and a colorful brown and green hued harmony complet ed an ideal gridiron conflict was scarcely a few minutes underway wlhen the immortal ghost of Paul iRevere rode once ear and alarm into the hearts of the Maynard the person nel of Steve This 15 yearold blue eyed wiho is a between a grey toound and a six intoh broke loose on the rvery nret play that IConcord had the ball galloped 55 yards for a while the visiting sifjands Ibroke into a juibilant Thore was still more action to toe crammed into these thrilling first ten minutes for the last dying minutes dC this period was another ex ultation for the time it belonged to Maynard and was Captain Bob the Red Terror of the wlio cooly lifted a place kick over the mid dle of the bar tor a field From here on it was croum ibilng ibiiwvney flight with the Maynard forces staging a spectacular comeback from the Hudson to continually ad vance into the enemy But it was one of the scrappiest Concord teams that ever set cleats aigainst the locals and instead of giving Dhey pitched heart and soul more with their bawke to the tfhey repulsed on Tiushing forces of Maynard on the 12 and 22 yard This was no Sunday school pic The blooking was of a dynamic Tackling was contacted with a tinge of T iN The Lines Charged with the craiokliug sound of a herd of elephants running aniuok on the Congo Both elevens found it to toe a gruelling scrap but ithe only major penalty registered aigiWit the Revere Continued on Jage 7 Intelligent Chinese linn nee tells Morgenthaii that he would and truly like to know what the United States means to i do abput since this Country Is anxious for China us all she taking gold In considering that Chi might add a verse description of Ah who a smile that was child EVENING CLASS 1st Practical and Cultural Sub jects To Be Taught Register Now Concord Evening Classes which proved so attractive last will open again on November with courses which include both practical and cultural Enrollment should be made as soon as possible with Superinten dent of schools Wella Hall and by letter rather than by telephone The only expense is a amall regis tration fee of fifty The classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings at and at oclock for six The following is the list of sub jects offered and the teachers William and Mary Miss Mary Connor Interior Miss by Cabinet LaForest Rob Elementary Harry The American Benjamin Readings In Concord History Caleb Problems of George Frederick Bos The Greek Drama and Its In iuence on the Modern Florence Writing for Pleasure and Herbert Preparation for Civil Miss Elizabeth Home Middlesex County Extension Service Rug Charles Acton Bowlers List Seasons Schedule The Acton Bowling League start bd this week with 12 teams on the first half of their schedule A most successful season is looked for with the usual good natured rival Acton nas many line oowitus who can hold their own with the best In this Last years champs the Ameri can Legion team will be looking for further laurels this but they have eleven teams determin ed to displace thorn from their The Merchants met the Taylor Cubs on Monday evening ani the Gangsters and Business men bat tled On Wednes day The Bears and Snipers at 7 oclock and the Legion and Old Timers at 9 Thursday Boosters vs Wall Street and Fri day Beach Nuts Woolen Next October Gangsters Wall Street Tues Business Men Wednesday Boosters Old Tim rs Merchants Wool en Mill 7 Legion Taylor 9 Beach Nuts TOO MUCH SANTA CLAUS FORD SAYS System of Relief Kills Back Farm Move Was At Sudbury and Henry Ford passed Sunday at the Way side having come East to at tend the of a Ford execu tive In an interview with reporters he declared that he la not iu sym pathy with the the NRA and the ERA as he believed it spoil ed the big Back the farm movement which was These projects came along to sup port them temporarily so the move ment He said there are two kinds of the buildup kind and the breakdown kind and its the latter that appears now to be in operation and it passes out money on anything and in the end me puopie are uoiulng the In speaking Jt the monetary situ ation he said that the people would not go to work as long as money was handed them on a There is tot much Santa he Lawrence Is Legion Head Lawrence was elected commander of Frank Post at the annual meeting held at Legion headquar ers Thursday Frank arks was elected vice commander ke adjutant Ernest historian Michael Ryn sergeant at arms Edward Charles Irwin and Guyer executive The offi cers will be installed at a meeting November The local Legion is to conduct vreatllng bouts at Cooperative Tne first of the series will e held November followed by November December 28 and January Some of the lead ng mat men will appear at these jouts which will be run at popular Some of Paul Bowsers stable will be Former School Official Dead super intendent of schools of Staiford Springy died last Thursday after a three weeks ill He was superintendent of the Maynard schools about 22 years Charles former Selectman met in Ger many with the army of Fred Taylor and her daugh ter Charles Taylor attend ed funeral which was held at Stafford Springs PASSED AWAY SATURDAY Death Due To Injuries Re ceived When Hit By An Automobile Flora house keeper tit the homo at iGeorge 89 Summer died at the home Saturday evening aibout a half ihour after she struck by an automobile driven by Lu cius Summer Heath cwas crossing the street after bidding igoodibye to her Mrs John McDon ald of Maynard drove his car on to the sidewalk trying to avert tho Flaher ty was called and gave medical Heath born in Nova Scotia and had been in Maynard for seven The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon with ser vices at the home of Bishop conducted by Rex Shepler pastor of the Methodist Burial was in the lot in Alajpltswood cemetery in Odd Fellows Will Install MISS MURPHY OCTOBER BRIDE Marriage to Eden Tobin Was Saturday Afternoon RECEPTION HELD At Brides Home Couple To Reside In Maynard I O O will install officers at a meet ing to OG neld tonight at Odd Fol lows hall following a supper at Giliu Wesley Jones and staff of Wayland will be In charge of installation j Mrs Tabin will reside in their new rominent among the Octuuer weddings waa the cere mony which united Miss Eleanor M daughter of City Clerk and Mrs Peter B Murphy oi 40 this aMd Men j Tobin cif which occurred Saturday afternoon at 4 at the parochial residence ot the Immaculate The bride was attended Miss Xora E Wade of while of Maynard was his cousins best Rose crys telle velvet was used in ing the brides and she car ried Ophelia Aiiss Wades frock was of blue crepe and she amo carried Ophelia A reception followed the cere mony at the home of the brides oniy tne immediate niem ueis of families ibeing in After a wedding trip which will include L Mr and 10 L JL PHI More Than In Federal Fun Employment to Local People and fy Public Parks Everyone Benefit The elected officers to be installed Howard noble grand Archibald vice grand Robert recording secretary Albert financial secre tary George and Henry trustee for live Robert lias been confined to his home with sickness and may not attend the Bob has the best wisn es for a quick return to Both Parties Speak at Rally Concord Now Has 3310 Voters Concord KOW has a record num ber of registered according j the Registrars of There are now 3310 voters In 2183 In Precinct 1 to 1127 in Precinct Wednesday afternoon and even at the for regis voters Before the State 118 names were add ed to the voting 100 for Precinct The total registration for Con cord in 183S was and in 8280 Democratic rally n Veterans hall last Wednesday evening drew a good and joth and Republicans in favor of the New Deal and the New Deal The was held under the of the Democratic Town Commit The meeting was opened by Miss Margaret chairman of the Democratic Town but she turned the meeting over to Edward chairman of the local Board of who Stephen Murphy of Hudson spoke in the Interests of William Cough candidate for Governors coun while attorney George OHara spoke In the Interest of Mayor Bruin of candidate for District Gordon Wilson lot Democratic candidate for Representative to the General Court In the 13th Middlesex Dis trict of which this town Is a Charles former Re publican national made an appeal for BxWayor Cur ley as the next Governor and Ar thur Gross of Botiton also spoke in the of BxMayor Cur ley and the New Deal Other speak enr included Jeremiah for Congress Joseph Big Sudbury Republican Rally Thursday Night are now com plete for a town wide Republican rally to be held in tihe town hull Thursday October when leading candidates on the state ticket are to The rally will follow a parade and band con cert by the Concord Legion band furnished through the courtesy of and Paul Eckeofthe Swsil Ish All are invited to Join the parade and will follow a concert at the square In Sudbury Arrangements are In charge of a commltttee headed by Perclval Dad The meeting will be open to the There will be delegations from near by towns and all are New Officers Are Installed In Rebekah Lodge Rebekuh lodge installed officers at a meeting in Odd Fellows Thursday niglu which was attended by a large number of members and Florence and Adele McLeod were in of ceremonies whith toi a chicken pie supper served at Tho officers installed Floia VG Marion Butter recording secretary Bertha financial secretary IJlsio Ap pointive officers Car warden Kdith conductor Mary chaplain Elsie musician Abbio Kleanor Inon Mabel Gertrude inside guardian Knits outside guardian Bea Lord and Marion aUur hearers lOthel Ruby Mal William trustees Flora Hcrtha Charles commit tee degree A costume party and Chinese auc tion will be lliekl at a ineetiiiK on November Kach member may bring a A meeting of the lodge Past itanus Association will be Iheld in the Odd Fellows parlors Thursday night this week at S Willow Lodge of Concord Past Grand Association have been invited to attend us A colla tion will be served in charge of Gerttmdo Ella Price and Gertrude An entertainment will be directed by Kleanor Liit Eleanor Jones mid Alice homo at S Paranenter travelled in a tvuit of brown with a lynx col lar and matching The bride was educated in schools ajid has been employed in the locail telephone exonange in tne capacity of su a post whicn sue resign ed just prior to her 1ouin is member of Maynard of Maynard Lodge of and Tiivi lignt and Is employed by the Mara Company Mass Meeting Sunday For Old Age Pensioning will lie one of the piiHiiiifs ever held in Acton will jo luUI in the Town hall next Suiuliiy u October 28 when the imii mlttee in charge of in formation about the proposed Townsend Plan for the pension ing of the aged will have speaker to tell of this This Is a na tionwide movement and It is in tended to have committees plun these mass eetiiigs wherever petli are being Albert Noll and William Costel two business men of this town are at the head of the movement locally and are preparing to han ile a vast number of adherants and those who want to know more about this effort for the bene it of the Newlyweds To Live In Florida IMaynard Anno the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wai no 5 iarfleld and ftolbert son of Mr and Robert of West were married last night at West Tine couple Uvtt after tho ceremony Floiida where will iemul Reed was Haneous shower of her girl frien IMrs ilna Edward Monday night l miacel d than tO lie home of arfteld NORMAN HUDSPETH TO GIVE ART COURSE Norman Concord just returned from whose paintings together with those of are attracting much attention at the Concord Art Is to give a course on Some Appreciation of Art as one of the Concord evening classes to open at the Concord High Pay Official Visitation To Masonic Lodge Taylor of district grand mas ter of the 2lth Masonic district made an official visit to Charles Wleleh lodge at a meeting held Thtirsday night in Masonic He was accom panied by Clarence marshal and Burnham Fur officials and members of Ma lodges of nearby towns and cities were among the numerous guests Tnero was an ex emplification of degree Tho district deputy presented a Past Masters diploma to Harold Merri master of Charles Welch Among the dlstinguuVied guests was Sidney Coult er of A beef steak pic sup per was served by llaclys previous to tho Maynard Man High Priest of Walden Chapter Llndsey Smith of who last year was was in stalled High Priest of Waldon Royal Arch Chapter at tho Meet ing in Masonic Monday The installation ceremonies wore preceded by a turkey supper in llio Francis Taylor of District Deputy rtind High Priest of tho IMth Capitular District was the in sKilliiiR officer mid he was assisted by Lester Deputy irand Captain of the Tho other officers of tho Chap tor are Malilon Foloy of West Concord Clarence Hewitt of West Concord Hollls Howe of Concord Sexrotary Duncan Chapman of Lincoln Frank Thompson of Bedford and Warren of West Con cord captain of the Paul Barnes of West Concord Principal Montague of West Concord Rayol Arch Captain KdwaiC True of Concord Mas ter of the 3rd Edwin Hansen of Concord Master of the 2nd Russell Berry of Acton Master of tho 1st George Concord Senior John Anderson of Concord Junior Stew Edmund French of Carlisle Wallace Priest of Muy nard Clifford NEIGHBORS INVITED TO JOIN WELCOME Marlboro Drum Corps To Be Given Civic Reception And Banquet Elalborate plans for the civic reception to the Marlbo ro Drum and Bugle Corps are ncaring completion and it is ex pected that several thousands of ipeaple surrounding towns will Tje hero to Join in the recep The train is due to arrive here before 10 oclock Sunday morning and present plans are for a spon taneous with a short iparade and demonstration by the Corps in Ward On Monday there will be a ban quet sponsored by the men of Marlboro and efforts are being made to have Governor Joseph Ely as the principal speaker at the Plans are Ibeing made to accommodate 500 at the The committee invites the people of the neighboring towns to join with them In the reception to the Drum Corps whether they win or lose in their efforts to defend their national title won at Chica go last The competition is on at Miami this evening with approximately a dozen competing corps to enter the There were 31 corps in the trial contests this Robert Duggan Heads Maynard Student Council The High School Stu dent Council has reorganized for iu second year with Robert and Eivi Nyllolm Butterworth is the dean of TheColin1 cil was originally organized with the following to unify all student organizations under one general control to aid in the in ternal a dminist ration of the school to promote general activ ities and to sentiments for law and The members of the council are James J Catherine Joseph Minko and Stanley seniors Constance Peter Violet Frederick and Robert juniors Helen Howard Catherine j Joseph Helen Tik kancn and James soph omores and Mary Olavi Mary Kenneth John Norma Humid Simlla and Joan MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Irene ODonnell and Francis were mar ried October at Clements ac cording to announcements receiv cottrse Concdtd led by friends Both are tor They Kidder President annual meeting of the Concord Country club was held at the Club House Saturday evening preceded by a The following officers were elect ed illenry president Ralph vice president Ralph treasurer Charles secretary John governor Henry Laugh governor Frederick Love MoJiy favorable have recently been heard1 of town visitors as well cals that Alumni Field In ginning to look like ground and is fast elded asset to the struct ion at the field ho its pronounced beauty otfi well as the comfortable I have attracted the the favorable The work at Gtenmro tery has also received tention from persons seen a scrubby land developed a b with smooth rolling well grassed plots inte well laid out and gravel The Assaibet river as well itself have been cleaned improved until now wehoi see the unsightly and condition that The garden at the Powdarl was a credit to the and aill summer the the wankers and achieved were harvest was bountiful of great senvlce in aiding fortunate as hundreds of tons of cabba thousands ojf cans ot tomatoes have Ibeen put away for dition hundreds of cut during the winter cut to stove length and distributed by the Miles of drain ibeen lain to cany ofl ter which at times ing inroads on streeta flooded s Crowe for generation only ground and the field has been given of The grand hundreds of have been removed the field baa and filled where needed nis courts are being buUt A Iblook plan of the ing made for the Asa will enatole them to various pieces of Just the value to be An Assessor of a ne town when informed of remarked it would be a fill A comfort static some in town have years is partly completed Regarded as a deslralWe to Memorial Clothll by a group of women ed by the Welfare de the articles made are garded by those who and worn All these projects and have been conducted durlnff Summer and Fall by the Since April more of Federal been spent here on relief This not only gave work lief to hundreds but when peilod is town will have improvetnentalt will have much material value I whicih will be of service toij These in a short space of a few su months are mostly on iwhlcn never iwould have done if the town had to 1u And of I money paid for these was a decided to every of business In the FIRST PARISH IN CONCORD Edward Minister Church school at Morning service at October the minis ter will Which Way God in His The Emerson society will meet in he Vestry at SUNSHINE SINGERS BROADCAST SUI The Sunshine Alan F Palmer of began a eeries of broadcasts over the neiw station last Sunday noon from 2 to under t rettion of William H Other members of the mizodi let are Rutih Muriel vey base and Is the organist and The studio IH oipen to during the broadcast and dial Invitation is extended care to be present Sunshine Singers on their i noon of Political Advertisement Political FOR REPRESENTATIVE 10th Middlesex District AVERY STEE1 Endorsed by citizens throughout Stow Steele Is a member of Boxborough Board Of ti farmer and business man experienced and Interested Boxborough has had no representative In the General At the Primaries Vteele carried everytown support the electorate at   

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