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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 3, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts IJy Moment a Pleasanter Moment IEvery Mile a Smoother, Steadier Mile I Every Hour an Hour of Greater Ease J 'S Vialle, Inc. the Cadillac agents for [Concord, Framing-Lincoln, Sudbury and the Actons, and now a type 55,1917 model Cadillac tourlngcar I exhibition at their show rooms, cor. Main and falden Streets. This car should be seen to be related. Call, write or phone 245-R or 8622 for a demonstration & Vialle, Inc. loord,drafts.'- Vialle & Torrey, Inc. Framingham, Mans. MAYNARD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1917 CONCORD CONCORD JUNCTION Y& VIALLE, Inc. FIRE PROOF GARAGE Bargains USED CARS AS FOLLOWS [dillac touring car -    -    $650 jn 6 cyl. touring car - $325 Ige Touring car - - $525 tudebaker 4 cyl. tour, car $700 franklin 5 passenger car $875 ic touring car, run 8,000 miles $1550 touring car, run 12,000 miles $1500 ird 7 passenger touring car $600 ike body 2 ton truck $700 WRING CAR ..........$525 lY&VIALLE, Inc. |EN STREETS CONCORD, MASS orrey & Vialle, Inc. are the dge Agents , Maynard, Sudbury, Boxboro, Stow, ford, Carlisle and the Actons d are now prepared to castrations at any time jfhe above territory ator always on hand. Concord 245-R, 8622 tov,,,,, i, .fiiw?. Charles C. Palmer was tho Sunday guest of friends at Boa.on. The New Idea store passed out beautiful calendars the past week. W. S. Glover of Braintree was the recent guest of his son, Walter Glover and family. MIBS Katherine McCormack was housed a few days of the past week with a slight Illness. %Mlss Katherine Keegan was the guest of relatives at Concord a few days of the past week. Mrs. Katherine iLyons returned Thursday after a few days spent as the guest of friends at Providence, R. I.    >    MT? Miss Nellie May spent several days of the past week as the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. P. En wright at Springfield. Edward Williams of South Boston was the guest of his cousin, Miss Julia Sheehan, a few days the past week. llov Dennison of Buffalo, who was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Dennison, Christmas week, returned Friday. Francis and Gerald Nee spent tho week end and New Year’s as the guest of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Callahan of Lowell. William Holly of Mystic, Ct., who was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Comcau over tho holidays, returned to his home Friday. Mrs. Fred Axford and daughter Agnes returned Monday from Rockville, Ct., where they had been visiting rd atlvos over tho holidays. Tho stockholders of the Maynard Trust Co. received a dividend of 4 per cent, this week, the fourth semi annual dividend paid by the company Walter Comeau of Littleton, N. H., who spent the Christmas holidays as tile guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Comeau, left Friday for a IO days’ trip to Bermuda. Christopher Wilson, formerly a res blent here and now engaged as tex tile adjuster with offices at Chicago, 111., was the guest of his Bister, Mrs. George Waterhouse, the past week Henry Price assisted at the annual Inspection of I. O. O. F. Canton Eagles at Haverhill Thursday eve nlng. Mr. Price Is adjutant on the staff of Dr. Tasker. Inspection officer. The third annual meeting of the stockholders of tho Maynard Trust Co. will bo held* In Riverside hall, Haynes block, Tuesday evening, Jan. 9, 1917, at 8 o’clock. The installation of the officers of the Assabet council, R. A., will be held Monday. Jan. 15, 1917, Daniel McGuire, D. D„ of Hudson will be present and officiate an installing officer. Mrs, Carl Stockbridge and daugh ter Barbara and son Willis returned Thursday, following a two weeks’ va cation spent with the former’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Canfield, at Low ell. Long distance ice skating trips followed by camping paries have been the favorite pastimes of some of the high school pupils during the Christ mas vacation. Potato barbecues along the hanks were a feature of trips. The installation of the officers of Mizpah Rebekah lodge will take place at the meeting in I. O. O. F. ball Thursday evening. Miss Nellie Malcom, D. D., of Hudson and suite will be present. An early supper will be served. Misses Senna and May Peterson, Lillian Kelly, Columbus Bainville and Thomas Lawler, operators at the local telephone exchange, received a New Year’s present of tho gift of three weeks’ pay from the N. E. T. & T. Co., Wednesday. Miss Marion Gault observed her 16th birthday surrounded by a number of her friends at her home on Actin st., Wednesday evening. Games, vocal and instrumental music and refreshments were enjoyed. Maynard lodge. Loyal Order of Moose, held a regular meeting at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. The regular night for the meeting was Monday, but because it was Christmas, the meeting was postponed. Ralph (’henry, who spent the Christmas Vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cheney, resumed his studies at Boston university Tuesday. Ralph Newton also resumed his studies after spending the holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Newton. St. Mary's Russian Orthodox church, whioh Is In the process of erection on Lester Tompkins has been spending the past week in New York. (Miss Alice Murphy of Stoughton has been visiting relatives in town. Miss Marlon Green of Groton was a recent guest, of Miss Josephine Love. A week of prayer is being observed at the Trinitarian Congregational church. Mrs. George Tewksbury and daughter Dorothy are visiting friends lr. New York. John Murphy of Lynn has been visiting at the home of his parents on Lowell rd. Goddard Kent of Ithaca, N. Y., has been visiting his parents at their Main st. home. # Murray Ballou jr. of Chicago has been vialing at the home of his parents on Elm st. The Tennis club u( Went Adon on New Year’;; eve, attracted a number from this town. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Ricketts and baby have been visiting friends in Glens Falls, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Walter George of Win-terhill were recent guests of L. P. George, Lowell rd. Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop B. Wood of Wilmington, Del., have been visiting at tho home of F. 8. Millett, Stow st. Miss Blanche Young of West Bridgewater has been visiting at the homo of George W. Wheeler, the past iv eek. Miss Edith Milliken left Monday for Hartford, Ct., where she has accepted a position as teacher in the Hartford schools. Mrs. Frank Harris and daughter Eleanor have returned to their home after a week spent with, relatives In Waltham. Miss Margaret Titcomb give an afternoon tea in honor of Mrs. Helen Keyes Clark at her Sudbury rd. home Friday afternoon. The Christmas vespers, beld in the First Parish church Sunday afternoon, were well attended, al! enjoying tho fine program. Tho Ladies’ XkmovoloiH society of the Congregational church will meet in tho parlors of the Church at 2,30 Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Anson M. Lyman of 172 Buekminlster rd., Brookline, an nomtee Ihe engagement of their daughter Ruth to George Urquhart. Miss Edna Neat has returned to lier studies at the Standish .Manor school, Halifax, after a Christmas vacation spent at the home of her parents. Tile Young People’s society of Clfri.s Dan Endeavor meeting, held in the Trinitarian church vestry Sunday eve ning, was led by Miss Ruth Huntley. Miss Mabel Gillespie of the Minimum Wage commission will discuss the Eight Hour Law for Women before a meeting of tho Brighton-AUston Equal Suffrage association Thursday afternoon. Many from this town attended the anniversary celebration of the First Congregational society (Unitarian) of Bedford which took place in their church Sunday afternoon. Rev. L. B. Macdonald, pastor of the church, occupied the pulpit. The Church Aid society of the Trinity church held a meeting in the Parish house Friday afternoon. Following the meeting a social hour was enjoyed during which refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. diaries C’arruth and Mrs. Herbert Smith. WEST ACTON Mathew Fagan spent Sunday with friends in Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nagle spent Sunday in Somerville. Miss Grace Jones spent the week end with relatives here. Angus McGulnness of Hartford spent the week end here. Mrs. H. II. Young Is slowly recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Ralph Fuller is the guest of hiB parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fuller. Harry Carroll has been undergoing treatment at the Deaconess hospital. Thomas Carroll and John Reilly spent Sunday with friends in Franklin. Miss Mary Shaughnessy of Belmont spent tho holidays with friends here. Miss Marion Keefe "of Cambridge was the recent guest of Miss Mary Keefe. Miss Mary Curry of Cambridge w;>s the recent guest of Miss Louise Wil Hams. Miss Rachacd Damon enjoyed the holidays with her mother. Mrs. Ralph H. Damon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llpps of New Haven were tho recent guests of Mrs. William Hefty. The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic club will take place Monday evening, Jan. 8. Masses were celebrated In Help of Christians church at 6 and at 8 o clock New Year’s morning. Mtb. Joseph Fitzpatrick Is at the Deaconess hospital, where she recent ly underwent an operation. C«rds were received Saturday an nouncing the engagement of Miss Cora McClellan and Murdock McLeod. Mrs. Charles Noll and Mrs. T. R Connor left lust week for New York where they are to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd C. Baker have closed their bungalow and will make their home In Boston for the winter Miss Helen Bowker, Miss Betty Loring and Miss Carrie Cadwell spent the holidays with Mrs. E. F. Shattuck iii Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. J. ll. Adams and Mr and Mrs. W. A. Rodday attended the wedding of friends in Malden Wednes day evening. Miss Dorothy Messer, Miss Miriam Russell, Homer Allen and Gardner Russell were guests at a dancing par ty in Concord Thursday evening. The junior dance in tho town hall Friday evening proved to be the at traction for a large number of the younger people of tho town, SURPRISE PARTY A number of tho friends of Mr and Mrs. Richard R. McSweetiey ten derod them a surprise party Friday evening, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of their wedding. Al though utterly taken by surprise they accorded their unexpected guests royal welcome and a delightful even Ins was spent. Earl Randall entertained Mr. Proctor of Boston over New Year’s. Perry Willis heard Billy Sunday on Friday afternoon at the tabernacle. Prof. Carl Hoar of Williams college was at home over the holiday season. Miss Laura Ripple of Salem was the guest last week of Miss Ruth Foster. Everett Montague of Concord Junction was a Sunday guest of Miss Bertha Cram. A. C. Anderson and family of Nashua recently visited at the home of H. E. Mead. Miss Pauline Mead was at home over the holiday vacation, from her school at Natick. Richard White of Dartmouth college was a guest of Miss Irma Durkee on New Year's day. in this village, has for the past two weeks been seriously ill and Is still In very critical condition. MIbs Thelma McGregor of the Fitchburg Normal school, enjoyed the holidays at her home bere. Webster Blancard, a student at Harvard college, spent the holiday vacation at his home here. George C. Durkee of Littleton, one of the oldest residents of that town, being 90 years of age and well known 'New Year’s cards were received from Mrs. F. R. Knowlton of St. Pe- man of Brookline. ANNUAL MEETING The annual mooting of tho Wost Concord Animal Roselle league will bo held Friday afternoon, Jan. 5. at ll o clock in the music studio iii Assoria ♦ ion hall building. Reports of the work for the year will bo given, fol lowed by tho election of officers. Is hoped that all tho members of the league will bo present, aud an invita lion is hereby extended to every one to come and join tho league at this time. Local sci Year Tue«dn]r.| Dw ight Dei cent visitor in Mrs Mary Cal! from her recent The younger fl delighted with Harrison D. id recovery from tlon. Miss Elizabeth i week end with ton The new bt town departments Ing completion. A New Year's ed In St. Michael’ morning at 8 o’ck A meeting of th*] ciety of St. Michael’* cl place Friday evening A large number from the junior prom, given cord high school ache ning. A requiem high St. Michael*' church John Prenders*st, lait Christmas. A number from in the engagement1 ^quhart of Concord tersburg, Fla., by friends the first of the week. James Coburn, who, it is reported, suffered a slight, paralytic shock on Thursday, Is reported to be as comfortable aa possible. An every member canvass of the Baptist church was made Sunday afternoon, by 20 canvassers for the year 1917, same to start Jan. 14. Mrs. C. H. Mead was brought home from the Concord hospital during the week in an ambulance from Winchester and Is getting along well. During the past week some fine skating has been enjoyed by the young people, and the school boys have had several exciting hockey games. At the next meeting of the West Acton Woman’s club Jan. 8, the children will be the guests of the club, and will bo royally entertained. The Sunday ac! Michael’* church talnment at the C*tf Lexington,' Thursday i Mr. and Mrs. calving many coni birth of a bouncing rived during Chria! The evergreen successful Christmas stock was plentiful prices, and every! When you hear] Monday morniagi mcm’ber that Ham H. Simi Inners W Mnatrpper given pAghnrch Tuesday o^%*e parish. Aa tai talnment followed the J. A. FINIGAN A. A. Main St. CONCORD, MASS. sidney e. McCleary 7t MAIN ST.,    MAYNARD Three Big Money Savers WEEK COMMENCING JAN. 3 BUHER Fine Vermont i’o. 39c LARD Armour’s Pure lb. 1914c CLEARANCE SALE AT JE IN WALDEN HALL AUCTION *1 '.CONCORD, MAO*. Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1917, at 2 AND IN THE EVENING AT 7 O’! And Continuing Every Afteipv Evening Until every article in our store is sold. No re as every article is to be sold to make room np'V line of goods. Stable Goods, Hardware, Gut Stationery, etc. Sale Rain or Shine JOHN A. FINIGAN, At Telephone 13 rf Another Ne1 And May It A Happy and Froaperona Your patronage with us the^ we thank you, We aimed in our line lowest pri«! Quail] ;