Acton Enterprise, November 21, 1934

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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 21, 1934, Acton, Massachusetts . ■■WWW' ■Pl. WEEK H Sun Spots and Wan BH SM^mtPistol, Money H ^^^Wtgnege Needed BB ||BleTire Sperte? Bi ■ The Abbe Moreau, looking throng I Ma telescope In Bougee obeerra* | tny, sage, “Beware of IMM and lim.* San spots win Increase vl» tautly In those two years, actors* I Int to the tbbe, and when san spots Increase “we hare wars and nodal disruption.” On the other hand, according to I the rerarend observer, when the fan Ie calm, “the world usually has bern at peace.” fl Others believe that “spots*’ caus* log war, International and Individ-I val hatreds, are not sun spots, but •pots on the human brain. Many “spots” will hare to be re* Bored from tho human brain before war can end. Arian Edition VOLUME XUV—44 YMI. OM WINCHESTER HIGH TAKES LEAD IN DEFEATING MAYNARD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1934 Middlesex League Game Played at Alumni Field in Maynard Saturday Full of Thrills; Score Was IO to 7 Indiana ta Inresttgatlng twe off-dele connected with the prleoa from which tho late Mr. Dllllnger tamped, supposed to hsre frightened hie jailers with a toy pistol. New erldence indicates that, In* Bead of frightening eomebody with a wooden pistol, ho bribed somebody with good real money. Half the ancress and immunity of tho usually dull-minded crim-In! I* based on the corruption of gmhlle officials, and criminal lawyer* ready to accept criminal ,Boney. t The New York Time* quotes “one of the most distinguished of all British diplomats” as follows; ”Anglo-American relations hsre aer ar been ta inch a grave condition ainee the 11 war.” There is talk of Japan haring a nary as big as England or Amsrlcn. with England’s consent, England building 70 cruisers, etc. Some Americans would Ilks to know why Undo Sam does not say to Japan and England* “Build what ships end* make what new secret treaties you d—n please. We ebalt do aa we please.” We hare had la America men that would send such m message to any group of treadle* •us “friends.” I Rome reports that Mussolini, determined to make Italy a really mil* i It ant country, ready to 'fight anybody at the drop of any hat, plaits a "New Italy” with the motto, "Back to the glory of the Oaesars, A reriral of Sparta.” By AL COWLES Winchester high school defeated Maynard hign 10-7 and too;* the lead In the Middlesex league in a thrilling game played Saturday afternoon at Alumni field before the largest crowd of the season. The Winchester nominee for all Middlesex honors, Frankie Pro-vlnzano, was a mixture of the force and power of a Hercules, the speed of a Pheidippes and the throwing arm or the stone slinger of Chari etna nge. He personally supervised the construction of the Hall of Victory, in the second period thie Italian ace Intercepted a Brayden pass and ran it back to the shadow of the Maynard goal posts then when the machine stalled and stammered It was Pro-vlnzano who place-ktoked a field goal from the IS yard line. Right after the kick-off of the second period it was Provlnzano who let go a long 47 yard forward pass down the field to Josephson, who was over the goal line tor the winning touchdown. All afternoon this modern Roman gladiator was all over the field both on the offense and de.enee. His mates in the victory were Gaffney, a husky crashing back, who continually came up fast to make tackles, even past the line of scrimmage, and Josephson, a six foot end, who wa* down fast under punts, in like a streak of lightning to break up local formations before they could •set organized, and don't forget he demonstrated that he can nab passes. They had two very good centres, especially, when you can recall that they lost the immortal Andy Lentine, by graduation. For Maynard the line stood out as the pig noise and joined the roll of honor. T. N. T. ignachuck. a mltey bundle of dynamite, was everywneie, in making tackle after tackle fiom sideline to sideline this blond blizzard tore to spill twill toters. Little Louis Cc-uni'bo, who by tile way ha® played tnrough all but a single game, backed toe forward fiont in good manner. Naturally, w.th Hank Howitzer Hiv.yuen doing most ot the bail carrying, passing and kick mg he came in tor his snare of the glory. This was a game fought between a fasi, hard charging batiKtieid I rom Wincnester and a .powerful, smashing toiward line of Maynaiu And tile backveld won because it had the ability to capital.ze on the breaks, to come through with tu j needed points at opportune moments. The Maynard team strange to relate, witn che power iii their tine failed to use this as a means to push down tne field, instead they for some unknown reason, reueu on their aet ai attack to win the game. on the oilier hand it wus the fourth game that the locals nave lost th.s season, because their bat ks have been “sucked’’ in on passes 01 the opponents. Maynaids lone touchdown came or, a brilliant piece of broken field twisting, dodging and hip shaking 'by Al Fraser, who zig-zagged thru me entire 'black jerseys tor a 43 yard jaunt to the promised land. ’Winchester invaded the local stronghold, with as many rooie.s as there were Maynard fans on E E. S. ENTERTAINS MANY GUESTS Past Matrons’ and Past Patrons’ Night Observed With Supper and Entertainment of Pleasing Nature (Continued on Page 8) * All right about the Caesars, tut Sparta did not work out welt Whore is Sparta now? Where la tho ancient glory? H*9!|Nttac win be done hereafter by scientists, chemists with poisonous and explosive gun; engineers with fast planes, deadly air torpedoes. Fighting will bo in tho air and under water. No need to make a whole nation parade and drill. MRS. HALEY PASSED AWAY An oasis of cheerfulness in this world of gloom is Leonid M. Toto-konskt, Russian consul general In Nsw York. Many thinga make him happy, Including the fact that Russia can produce everything she seeds, “except bananas and coffee.’’ She* Is growing fine grapefruit now, .eon worry along without any bananas and drink tea, Instead of coffee, as she always has done. Russian coffee never was very good, anyhow. The late Australian general, Sir John Monash. described In Lloyd George* memoirs as the “only genera) on the British side who could have successfully replaced the late Field Marsha) Earl Haig as commander In chief of the British forces.” was of Jewish descent. Fighting ability in that race surprises nobody, for some of tho greatest fighters In history, including Hannibal and his father, were i of the Semitic race. A well-known actor, Lou Tell* gen, who used to play “perfect lover” parts, and married four lfdlos, Including Geraldine Farrar, his popularity and has killed himself after telling his friends is no place In Hollywood tor a has-been.” There Is no place anywhere fbi lf hat-been, but, fortunately, there need to remain a has-been for- •war. | Ban Francisco rejoices In compte-after twenty years of work. ■tee great Hetch Hetchy project, fl00.000.000 undertaking that ||||H pure water 190 mile* from jill high Sierras In Yotemlts Na PBP P*fk. great bridge ts'iniHding over HH beautiful Golden Gate that BH ,n *rom the deific ocean, aud HH San Francisco will be connect-i|pikr road with the great city of ■Hind, across the bay. IN SUDBURY Funeral Will Be In Methodist Church Thursday At 2 P. M. FRIENDS CALL ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Eliza Owen Celebrates Her 85th Anniversary In Acton Concord.—'Hawthorne Chapter, Order of tho Eastern Star, entertained its Past Matrons and Past Patrons with a supper and program of song and drama at its meeting In Masonic Temple, on Wednesday. A delicious supper was served at half paf,t six o’clock with Mrs Charles F. Whitney as chalrmaif of the committee In charge. After the supper the Past Matrons* and Past Patrons Association held its annual meeting. Mrs. Beulah F. Blair, P. M.. p-esident for the past year, declined further service and Warren B. Goddard P. P. was chosen president for the new year. There was a brief memorial for Benjamin Derby, who at the time of his death, was the senior Past Patron. The Past Matrons and Past Patron present, twenty-four In all, were Mrs. Ellen D. Jones. Mrs. Katherine W. Farrington of Bedford, Miss Hannah Pfeiffer of Bed ford. Mrs. Lottie r. Lapham, Mrs. Carrie L. Dye, Mrs. Agnea N. Clark, Mrs. Louise Shaw. Mrs. Louise Hosmer, Miss E. Blanche Hewitt. Mrs Ruth P. Wheeler. Mn Helen H. Alen. Mrs. Ruth A. Pratt Mrs. Charette E. Rod way, Mrs Irene W. Dve, Mrs. Beulah F. JU air. and Miss Gladys p Graham Louis Pfeiffer of Bedford, George W. Parson, .Warren B. Goddard, Raymond Wheeler, Gardner W. 'lawrence. Peul H. Barnes, Benjamin F. Clark, and Austin D. MacKae. The Worthy Matron Mrs. Cora M. McLeod presided at the regular meeting of the Chapter a®-s’sted by the Worthy patron William E. J. Graham. Mrs. Ida Hick"* made a report of the recent Novelty Whist Party and she and lier committee were given a rising vote of thanks. Past Patron Benjamin F. Cla’k has recently been married and on behalf of the Past Matrons anil •Past Patrons, Warren B. Goddard. PP., presented him with an electric chafing dish. EML NOTERMAN IS COMMANDER Acton Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars Holds First Meeting Acton Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 310.1, held Its first meeting since receiving its charter from National headquarters, lust Friday evening at the West Acton lire house. George F. Outus, deputy chief of Starr, of West Concord, outdated assisted by Past Commanders Michael J Tow-ler and John I* Peterson, Commander Joseph Boothroyd and Chaplain William L McCarthy of Maynard Poet V F W. The following officers were elected to the new local post: Commander, Emil Noterman of Acton; senior vice commander Janies Smith, Littleton; junior V.ce commander, William neuss, East Acton; quartermaster, Henry Bayeur, West Acton; chaplain. John P Sisson, West Acton; post advocate, John Davis. West Acton; officer of the day Arthur Tupper of Boxlioro; trustees, James Glimey of Littleton, Harry Scribner and Hurry Moore, both of West Acton; de-legates, Kmll Noterman and James Smith; alternates, John I’ Sisson aud Harry Moore.    ,    ,    j Friday evening. November 23, the post will hold another meeting at the fire house to make arrangement for Hie installation of officers, organization of an auxillary and transact other matters for the welfare of the post. RECOUNTS IN MAYNARD FOR STATE OFFICES Error In Tabulation; Jewett Gain! 20; Moyse Protest INSTALLATION CEREMONI m^m Maynard — A recount of the votes cost for state senator, congressman, county commissioner and clerk of courts that started at I o’clock Saturday afternoon was not completed until midnight. Representatives of all the candidates were present at the recount and several votes were protested. The results as given originally remained unchanged except for a block of twenty vote® gained by Victor Jewett, Republican candidate for (’minty commissioner, and one vote which tho registrars took from Senator Moyse. The twenty votes given to Jewet were originally credited to Hamilton, socialist candidate. It was an error of tabulation. The vote taken from Moyse cr* dlted to him in the original count was token from him and given to blank by the Registrars. The Moyse representatives entered a protest. Summary of recount:    For    state senator, Cahill, D., 1220, same os original count; Moyse, R. 904, loss of one vote. For congressman, Casey, I), 1276, same as original count; Foss R, 908 gain of one vote. For county commissioner. Thomas Brennan. D, 1145, uncharted; Jewett, R, 819, gain of twenty, and Hamilton Socialist, 158 loss of twenty. For clerk of conns, no change, John J Brennan 1173, Ralph Smith 864. Attorney Leslie W Sims represented Senator Moyse. Gavin Taylor, Sr., represented Congressman Foss. Representative JYank C. Sheridan and Bernard Garrigan represented Congressman - elect Cosey. Representatives from out of town attended the recount in the interest of other candidates. Maynard Post, Veterans of Foreign Wa# Auxiliary Entertain High Officials; J Boothroys, Seated as Post Commanded Maynard Post V’. F. W. and Auxiliary officers were installed with impressive ceremonies held Sunday afternoon at Masonic hall. State and County V. F. W. officers. the Maynard Selectmen, Representative Frank Sheridan, Miss Minnie Downey, president and Mrs. Susan Kelley, «enlor vice president of the local legion Auxiliary and delegations from Hudson, Charlestown and the newly organized West Acton V. F. VV. posts were among the guests. A collation was followed by an entertainment the program of which included vocal solos by Lillian Sullivan, acrobatic dances by Mildred Holly, recitations. Gertrude Tobin and Mary Schnair, piano solos. Rita Foley and music by lima Dundee's orchestra. County Commander James Ma honey and the invited guests spoke. John Peterson, past commander installed the officers of the Post. Joseph Boothroyd, commander; TIC# George Cutis, senior mander; David Hubbard, vice commander; WI* Canby, chaplain; Michael officer of the day; Edward man, quartermaster tor term; Elmer Mattoon, John Peterson, historian; Morrill, judge advocate; Baron, patriotic instructor, Cheney, guard. Mary Hughes of president or the State V. Auxillary and Gertrude of Arlington, state inducted the officers of diary. Mary Wright, Mary Cheney, senior 1 dent; Mary Flannery, JU president; Mary Towler, tary; Katherine Matson, cr; Mabel Holly, con Margaret Hird, patriotic tor; Ethel Thane, Louise Moineau, guard and beth and- Eileen Reed, Walsh and Margaret color guards. ten] SHORT PLAYS WIN APPROVAL OF AUDI Bedford O. E. S. Holds Inspection Sudbury High School Pupils Present Offei for Benefit of Athletic Association; Sophomores Win Award Sudbury—Mrs. Martha G. Haley of Lancaster road, Sudbury, pulsed away Monday afternoon, after a long illness and tne funeral /at be held on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church, af which she had been a devoted member. iM'ns. Haley was a past noble grand of Sumner P Lodge chapter ut KebeKAhs, No. ITV; Past Noble Grande    Association;    Neponset Chapter    No. 141, Odd Ladies; the Grange    and Sudibury    Woman’s Club. She leaves a daughter, Mrs D. Roy Smith of Sudibury; also a sister, Mrs Walter Laibaree of Sudbury; and three grandchildren, •Loring,    Bruce and    (Constance Smith.    , i I ,-jfc Mrs. Holey was bom in Pictou, &6 years ago, and had been a resident in Sudibury tor many years. T Diphtheria immunization Clinic Planned shilly-shallying or forgiver- is said that the President “Will H with all hit strength lh? Hi congress to pay the boobs Mg need the money now IIM are hard and their chil- ■ young. , Kist Vestures SynileAta, Us./ Bervie* Maynard.—A Diphtheria Immunization E. R. A. project is now underway for both school and preschool children. The clinics will be held in the Roosevelt school early in December. While there have 'been no serious outbreaks of epidemics of this disease here, it is liable to occur any time. The importance of immunization may be traced to the tact that Doctor Charles B. Mack and other official® of the state department of health plan to keep in constant touch with the clinics and situation here. They urge the parents to bear in mind that diphtheria causes more deaths in children between the ages of five and nine than any other disease. Of every seven children under five years of age sick with diphtheria in Massachusetts, one dies. They advocate immunization to all children. Due to lack of IO. R. A. fund® Miss Josephine Sofka RN., and Mite Sylvia iNyholm have been transferred from the health our-vey project to this Immunisation, as the latter it expected to be ‘ toter# ten cold wfoth- isouth Acton—More than 80 relative® and friends ot Mrs. Eliza I Jane Owen, for over 60 years a resident oil Acton, called to pay their respects and to congratulate her on her 8'5tih birthday, which she cele!)rated on Sunday in tne (Pleasant home which she shares with her daughter, Mary Owen. During the afternoon site was showered with many usefiul and (practical gifts, with money and flowers to complete the happiness of the day. Assisting her daughter who planned this happy event, were her granddaughter, Mrs. iStannord. Sylvia of Newton, two grandsons. Bernard and Lawrence of Wakefield, Miss Mary Lothrop, Che Misses Eileen and Martha Sheenan, and William Lawler. (Herbert Owen of West Acton and Clarence Owen of Wakefield, sons of Mrs. Owen, were present to help iu the pleosantnes® of the day. Mrs. Owen lias a daughter, (Mrs Dora Anderson, and two son®, Allied and Lanare of Colorado; a brother, A J Edwards of Lake Forest, Illinois, and Acton, and a sister, Mrs. Sidney Whitefield of England, who sent congratulatory me«*?ages. There are also several •grandsons and gland nieces from distant points who remembered this lovely lady on her birthday. Mrs. Owen was born in Barnstable. england, and came to this country when a young woman. Licenses To Expire Dec. 31 MRS. CONDON POSTMASTER Class ’28 Plan Reunion Maynard.—The Maynard .IL S. class of 1928 are completing plans for their first reunion and banquet which will be held at the iStow County Club on Thanksgiving night. The committee believes that this will he a good time to get all class member® together for a reunion. Reservations must be made at once from Mrs. Hulda Nelson, 32 Roosevelt street. There will be numerous novelties and sui,prises planned for the assembled group. The clas® officers In 1928 were George Tucker, president; lawrence Lerer, vice president; Mrs. Hulda CHUI) Nelson, secretary: 'Harold Nordberg, treasurer. There was a graduation class numbering forty-three. Maynard—The licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquor will expire Dec. 31 of this year. Several dealers already holding a Bienne Tiave filed applications for a new license with the Board of Selectmen which board will have the power of granting the licenses for next year. Receives Appointment To Acton Centre Postoffice Bedford—•Paul Revere Chapter. O E S. held its regular meeting lout Thursday afternoon in die Grange Hail I. A splendid supper was served after the meeting which was followed by the official inspection conducted by Helen V. Carroll, deputy grand matron, assisted by Ella G Kent. Deputy grand marshal. Several vocal ®eeotions were sung by Mrs. James Richardson. IN MAYNARD Mrs. Abraham Courtney’s Funeral Will Take Place Thursday Red Cross Roll Call In Acton. -Mrs. (’atherine Condon lias received the appointment of postmaster at Acton centre. Silo will succeed Acting Postmaster Harold Coughlin who did not desire the post us lie wished to devote his entile time to his business. Full Swing Screech Owl Out Today Mrs. Anderson Wins First In National Contest o. Ander- •ongiatula-her expert West Concord—The 17th annual Red Cross Roll Call lr, now in full swing and is meeting a hearty response. The West Concord can vassers are under the direction of Vice Chairman Miss Avis V. Fowler and are as follow/,: Mrs. Harold D. Cluttim, Mrs. Harold W. Chase, Mrs. Robert E. Cousins. Mrs. -George A. Hagcrty, Mrs. K, Gardiner Gale, Mrs. Thomas E. Prendergast, Miss Lillian F. Miner Mis®, Mary Hanley, Miss Ceral 'inc M. Hannon. Mrs. Edward W. Bean. Miss Mary E. Clark. M-rs. Matthew Stelnman, Miss Mary Sullivan. Mrs. John C. Hoben. Miss Ruth C. Lyons. Miss Frances Alexander, Mr/-. Henry ll. Hawley, Mrs. Clarence W. Mahan, Miss Mary A. Curry, Miss Elvira S. Curry. Mrs. John Knowles. Mrs. William ll. Butcher, Jr., Miss A. Laura Batt. Miss Dorothy R. Garfield, Mrs. Frank A. Cleaves, Mrs. Robert A. Tom’ensen, Mrs. William E. Edmonds. Maynard-local high will he off der press -Tile ‘Screech Owl," school paper, which tile Murphy and Say-t inlay contains prize winning short stories written by pupils of tile school. Though it was announced that one prize would lie awarded tin thought so well of all ti submitted they decided three prize winners, sylvia (Hickman, Elizabeth Schnair and James J. Ledgard Jr. 'Cliis Thanksgiving issue also contains news and notes of the school that are of interest to parents aiel townspeople. The judges of the s'.oiy contest were Mrs. Matthew Vance, Miss Mc Car rn of Junior high faculty and Guyer Fowler Concord - Mrs. Leslie son is receiving tile lions of her friends on pilot ogruphy. Her photo of a sand dune scent taken on the North Shore just out of Gloucester, which was awarded first prize at exhibitions in I lo/.'on and Worcester, lias received the first award at the National Exhibition of Photo Finishers, held recently in Chicago. The developing, printing, en-judges | larging and coloring of the photo-; papers j graph "as done through Silo" to name I pharmacy, where it is now on display in the Walden street window, Maynard—Mrs. jane A. Com * ney, widow of the late Abraham : Court lev, .died suddenly at her home 2S Nason street, Tuesday morning. She was 89 years of ag-*, I nom in Preston, England and ha J been a resident of Maynard for US years. She is survived by two j son®, Charles and John Courtney of this town, a grandson, Waiter I Courtney of Montclair, N. J., ®nd a great granddaughter. ! The funeral will he held r.it.3-day morning. Service at IO o’clock at the home of her son. Charles Courtney. 12 Brooks street, will be conducted by Rev. Matuew A. Vance, pastor of the Union Con-gregational church. Burial will he in Oak Hill cemetery, Woonsocket, IL. I. Hatt MARK GOLDEN WEDDING DAY Honor1 school Town Depts. Move To New Quarters Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richardson To Celebrate Event in Waltham Sudbury—The Town filled to overflowing evening with an audience* enthusiastic in its approx Four One-Act Class seated by The Sudbury betiool Athletic Associattefex applause at the end Of was not that perfut usually handed out t hut the hearty expreeelon predation of work well Without the guidance of nest and painstaking force such results could natron) pushed. The "Play J: Mrs, William Tufts. Rev. IL Clarke and Mr. William awarded the palm to “TI)# Heart” by the Sophomore* imagination, artistry and pi tion. Following is the cast of Play:    , Junior Play— MY COUSIN FROM SI Karelia Shields .. Virginia Charlotte Mills ..... Enid Alin Mills ....... Virginia Jeanette Johanson Evelyn Mae Preston ........ Pearl    JI Gladys Preston .... Nancy DU| Freshman Play— “THE LITTLE 1MPOS Peggy Clark ...... Evelyn Chunga........ Thomas,    " Fay Leslie ........ Nancy; Princess Deerfoot . . ... Ann*I Jack Todd ........ David' Sophomore Play— “THE TOY HEART* Cho Cho San ... Mat ion CUM Loo Moy.............Sally    I Katherine........ Isobed Pi Ann ...................Jane* Senior Play— cI IL(:ITM ST ANCESA LTER Eve Hamilton ... Ruth lion Hamilton .. Chester Stephen Everett . Edwin Betty Everett ... Ruth Hem! Maggie .......... Hilda Patrolman James E Finan of the Concord Police Department picked up Joseph Flint, l.*>, near tho milldam, Sunday. The boy had escaped from the Ferns Id School in Waltham. He was held until authorities from the school came tor him. Mead Block Is Damaged By Fire Mullen Was Given $20 Fine MARRIAGE INTENTIONS I* tov* bee* Hudson.—Christopher Mullen of River street, who faced charges ot .assault and ‘battery on Earl V. Aldrich, technical advisor of the (ERA administration here, was fined $20 when his case came u,p in Middlesex Superior court in (Cambridge. He had appealed a 60 day sentence, imposed in local court rat . J-' “ West Anton—A lire which broke out in tike Mead Block at the corner of M assoc louse tis and Windsor avenue®, Thursday afternoon, gave the fir-1 cl opal Linen! nearly an hour’s work to extinguish. A fire had been built in a furnace of a vacant store on the Windsor avenue side of the block and ignited some inflammable material which had been placed over the heater unknown to the person who started the furnace fire. When the firemen arrived the building was filled with smoke. Stores on the Amt floor and apartments on the second suffered smoke damage. The .prompt ness with which the alarm was given undoubtedly saved more serious damage. Several years ago this site was the scene of one of the worst fire® the town has experienced., X 4;, „.n Mayna (I. Tho .Maynard Wale” department headquarters will he located in the now town building on Main street, formerly the Middlesex House, on and after Saturday, Nov. 24 according to William Nalor, superintendent of the water department. It is understood that tile Selectmen’s office and the tax collector’s office will also be located in the town office building 'by the end of this week. South Sudbury,-—Mr. and Mrs. i Ralph Richardson, who formerly I iced In South Sudbury now of Wa I | tliam, are celebrating their jbtii ' wedding anniversary today. Friends and .elatives are calling and sending cards. Both Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were bom and educated in Sudbury, living here until about 15 years ago. They enjoy good ii cal th and have the hest wishes of the.! many friends. Juniors Aid In Roll B. E. Converse Is President of Bedford Grange Redford Grange, last Monday evening, elected the following officers for the coming year: Master, JI E Converse; overseer, W R Alger; lecturer, H A Schofield; steward. Thomas Johnston; assistant steward, S. Alban i; chaplain, F. Beale Blake; treasurer, Leona C Lydiard; secretary, Maude S Conley:    gatekeeper, Edwin Page; Oeres, Sully (Converse; Pomona, (Marian Powdery: Flora, connie Ptoieo; lady assistant steward, Rate Johnston; pianist, Leila M. i eatecutive committee, OCCUPY NEW OFFICES Maynard—Atty. John Driscoll and Francis Cleary will occupy tho Selectmen’s rooms in Crc,g'lions block now being vacated by the town officials. Attorney Lriocoli is the son of Sergeant Driscol of tnt* police department. He i® e graduate of the local high school ^nd of Northeastern University Law school. He has a’n office on State street, Boston. Atty. Driscoll obtained hts legal education under the rays of a midflight e.ectric light. He is doing well at his pro fesaion and he aas a Lust of locnl friends who wish him well in his home town office. Francis Cleary is well known in the toss-atlee business and will early on row location. First Ie See ■ tim Grand UiSyS . /(at: c:..    ait    I Miymi’d -Members of n or Bcd Clos® have joined^] canvass of the annual IledR Roll Call according to Mahoney, .chairman of Call. Juniors who will Belting arc Dorothy    I<e4 Mooney, Mary Ixilli, tel Ii ne. Joseph Greeno. Ad licitors who will make a include Mr®. Albert N. Mr®. Mary Krlksen, Swell, Mrs. Helena Muri Mary Denniston, Miss Naylor. Miss Edith Franc lace Priest Is in cliar canvas.* of tile Assabet quarters are at the storo Sullivan, Main street. MARRIED 22 YEAI Maynard—Mr. and ■ Zaniewski. Main street,; dered a pleasant evening when I friend® aseembl^^^H to observe their ■ ;

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