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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Acton, Massachusetts V r p % a v i ,.y f .1 a j i11lit it Imp yes stud we Send Yow a Cim of much pea 9. S. P. Red Label a Cue of Golden Bantam Corn Hatchet Brand a Caw of in it it. Tomatoes band f picked special Price in Caw Iota 24 cans l. Anderson amp son Skene Ila Concord go scars 30 mein Street "1111 a 1111111 Ieese n i Concord Junction Concord i program for juniors Maynard Anna Coakley of Malden and Helen Barrett of Melrose were week end guests of mrs Thomas Connell. Or and mrs John j. Sullivan have gone to Boston where they have taken apartments for Tho win try. During his recent Hunting trip in Chocorua n Halbert Hicks shot a Large Porcupine in an abandoned lumber Camp. Or and mrs e. Judge arrived Friday from hat Gor me for a visit with their parents or and airs c. T. I judge and or and mrs h. C. Shepard. J 1 Agnes Corkhill of Somerville was the guest Friday of friends in town coming up to attend the Catholic club minstrel show. David Drysdale has been helping out at the j. P. Condon store during1 Tho absence of or Condon who has Bonn confined to his Homo with a cold. I let us be tha it a Ful a let Only for the Blessing a which have been allowed to us but the ills which have passed us . Quot for ill As Well As Good of a thanks Are due since that is Best which is. Quot Austin d. Macrae office 336m main St., Concord Matt. Telephones Duro pm Mac am last game thanksgiving Day Rev George a. Tew Ioury Pas arranged an interesting program for members of the High school the .70th year of the Junior Endeavor team Are looking Forward meetings. The meetings Are held to us final game of tuesdays from 3.45 to 4.30. All girls 5, 8ea8orv ,8.on and boys Are invited older As Well wan Bank in of us younger. Parents Are asked to he u play cart a 8corele88 tie with Send their children. West Acton Deletti Toht Hall Concord double wedding attended funeral death of civil War Veteran and sex representative and commander of Isaac Davia Post g. A. R. Two daughters of or and mrs judge were married at double service miss Phyllis is Ikhi judge and miss Measle Oldrid a judge daughters of or and in Charles t. Judge of 226 child the a. Nov 23�?Tho Brink. Nov 30�?the boy Samuel. Poe 7�?-plants and Cornerstones f dec ii How a child is known. Alec 21�?Tho child in the Manger. Jan 4�?gifts to Jesus what yours Jan Llu escaping from Herod. Jan 18�?remember thy creator. Jan 25�?being pleasant feb in four Pine r looking youths. Feb 8�?abraham Lincoln. Feb 15�? Jesus twelve years old feb 22�?George Washington. March in the Nobleman s son. March 8�?the rulers daughter. March 15�?five in mics and two fishes. Larch 22�?an epileptic boy healed March Sun the child Jesus called. April 5�?the girl named Rhoda. April iut obedience to parents. Lexington h. S. Last saturday never. 8n&Quot ,. The less it had All the inspiration of at1, of busine8s main St unconscious for a week but eleven from other times. Mrs l. To. King Aud son Joseph no urn ii us ii maj a. Chael King of Waltham Sui univ or i w 01,088 Boh null. Brookline after. La in St Quine the brides saturday a a a aking i Quot i on won slav 2 ii the Quot of rate Quot a or a a Quot i but a it Quot hem Avening it a a a a re buy double wadding of la. S. At. Waltham Hospital of injuries jury 8b k Man for four weeks and bid Harold Gibbs of Petersham Forenoon. J j election night what n lie wis i t of it it Leal it f Bain his Sud Edmund Coolidge Dowse of Slier struck an Automo Lle Quot. Al. Quot "l&Quot,1,1 let we a Quot will bum. The ceremony tin w l regret and caused deep sorrow anti performed in the Lime of Tho or. a Quot it a of Ltd amp a Quot re Quot Quot a Quot a a a a a Rivers Victory and in holding the Lexington ,rv1 10 but recovering. Ile was a i 0ti, citizen eleven from crossm the go., a is. Quot a a Quot a a mum an leaves a wife two on. An a. Or a j relive in business and soc Ial circles they were under some expense get a for 64 years. With his father is Ting the necessary outfits to give Tho degrees worked carried in Tho present Industry which i games Start. They plan to hold agree under his careful management 8 Erie judge of Bangor me. Ament Snow or dunce in the near fun j a class of four candidate received a i to a is one of the noted Wood Al it a Ltd in Law or the brides played i Tare Ann look Forward with Confidence the initiatory degree at the meeting Benware plants in the East. Delette lbs a wedding March on the piano to receive the support of the Public of Willow Rebekah Lodge on tuesday180 familiar to All of Fine personality i miss Ruth judge attended her Sis and it May lie recorded in passing evening. Preceding the degree work always in Jolly Frame of mind i or Phyllis and another sister. Alice was bridesmaid for Bessie judge. Heater Delden of Petersham was or Gibbs Best Man and or Dowse was attended his brother. Floyd Dowse of Sherborn. C. Erie judge of water Supply systems for country Homes come and see demonstration with the season Over the boys a beset with financial difficulties a a daughter. Or Stone of the Mon Church. The brides entered one on the Arm of their fatties who is Deputy superintendent of the Massachusetts reformatory and the other on the Arm of a brother. In Erie judge of Bangor. Me. He i the brides were Given in marriage their father. Mrs. C. Erie sister in Law a a i Bijj a a a. J he Niroj 80 familiar to All of Fine personality it May be recorded in passing evening. Preceding the degree work a always in Jolly Frame of mind t ii i iij80 j ionpf7�?T8 Bav Yit no much a very Nice supper was served in the Quot ill be remembered for his smile am i to build a football sentiment Here banquet Hall a a consisting of baked i Al a it words. His life is in open Corner lot has its football game Beans relishes scalloped potatoes these Days All Ages and. It is said salads Rolls doughnuts pies and of a some of the fair sex contemplate get foe. The supper was prepared and donated the past Noble grands of Willow Rebekah Lodge under the direction of mrs Grace Hunter chairman. Ting into the game. Meeting of holy name every sent in St Bridget a Church. a Rannin had an occur ant it the meeting of the april 26�?the child Timothy mid his holy name society sunday evening. Bible. Rev Edward f. Crowley spoke briefly announce engagement or. A a a i no a mrs Christ Lap Olsen of Bur and Rev Edward Walsh curate gave ret a a Mill re Concord wish to an for a Sermon on a the name of ounce the engagement of their 29.1, a. A. Ii Uberty choir Leader. Eldward daughter c Olsen to Hiie and or Louis Sullivan led Tho Athol v. I Jove of Lvin or i Ovd in Church services will be held in Tho congregation singing hymns. The an overseas Man a Vine hem first Church of Christ on thanksgivi advice closed with Benediction of the months service in Franco in l to in morning. Blessed sacrament. Many. The Public schools close today the thanksgiving recess until nov. Brim ii in ii ii to ill Liuji i hee1 la Sib 4-Bere a of Bangor me., u brother of the brides and Walter Hyde of Somerville were Ushers. The brides were gowned Iii silk and Georgette crepe and wore veils a or tulle held in place with Bandeaux of Orange blossoms. Both carried Shower bouquet of White roses and lilies the Valley. The bridesmaids wore dressed in Orchid to bored i cepe and yellow and Ehui Ivea. Orchid coloured 1 i he it i in led cedi it Jim plumbing ranges heating West Acton South Acton miss Inna Durkee was sick last week. The federation Are planning to have u big minstrel show later. A. 1. Holt of Fitchburg came Down sunday to attend the funeral of d. H. Hall. Mrs Emma Armstrong of Hyde Park attended the funeral of her brother iof. Hall Here sunday. Rev and mrs Brayton c. Child of Burma Ara visiting Al Home of his parents Rev and mrs Case. Maynard 3t. The. Seventh and eighth schools gave an entertainment prolate to the coming Holiday school building on tuesday Ai mrs Herbert Holt and mrs Mccoy of Malony and mrs Mccoy of Lowell we to the Stanley Payson enjoyed the week the Home of Ligand or flank end vacation after a Busy seasons Holt school Street during the Quot Ork. Pry thanksgiving service will be held. The dances being held in k at the Baptist Church thursday morn Hall on saturday even Miara Vire 1� u 1 Van wei1 patronised. The mrs a. H. Knowlton spent sunday Are devoted to a fund for the it the Home of mrs Edith Watson. Of a baseball Field. The Booth. George v. Mead will improvement association is leave this week for their Home in this Enterprise. A to a a 11 Tje in or 1 watch for Tho announcement at. Irs Moi once Johnstone and son of the coming minstrel show to be Given eau s Island me., visited last week in the near future at i 1 Home of her Mother mrs j. E. It a a a a a i g a a 1.1.ii Chi tin col Coni High ski uni studied for a time. Her sister who i a so attended the Concord High s Bool is a graduate of Tho Framingham Normal school cams of 1915, and Ching in the Arlington in ure i-1 Hill. The Comfort and Beauty of the appointments add to the physical enjoyment which you derive from the easy Riding qualities of the Beden. The upholstery is done in genuine mohair velvet. The gasoline consumption is unusually Low. The Tiro mileage is unusually High. Torrey 4vialled 12-18 Walden Stonco Admass Tel. 2-45 dealers in concorde Bedford Lincoln Carlisle Maynard Hudson Stow Boxborough and the actions j to Hall Hon a met h t i i a inca Early i e in of tile Billie sell at tile outbreak of the civil enlisted and served four years since then he bus been associated with the organization and also president of the 26th regiment and a Loyal worker for Isaac Davis pout. Los and its present commander. Or Hall was married in 1867 and a few years attn with mrs Kail celebrated their Golden wedding. To know him was to love hint. Funeral services were held at Tho Bai list Church sunday afternoon. The i has been i Public Bello or Nihil i Frank e. I its in the i in wok i up Sionil m it ii id clerk. I it to is a i or Dov roil a s lie son of or and mrs hit of Petersham. Ii lie War and up to Ort a cited with the adjutant in to capacity of a in is no., with Tho i nil ii Pampa at Amuil do son. R or and or of scr lion is an Richard mop tin Lui plat Church Roll Call und d pm la in it it a i St no d to oct i end Iii Filin Harlow of Ayer no tided hic funeral of tile late ii. Ii. Hail. I a. Whitcomb left monday for visited Points of interest the muss general Hospital Boston. Ier aae a f. We Miriam we m i Helen h. Cummings punt the schools took the of amp Iovini in of Hie Teve oth and eighth Kuna Brill Carroll Mot Morse Grace a bickering Fere and Ole Hunt a for treatment Bis malty Friend Hope i Riaia a Whitney Glady to for his Early return. Met la Ghidiu Ahafi a. Thomas 3ben, John la. Hot left the Embr Idjo a a a a the Home of a Wadi Mon a. Csc a vent Mill Oil a a world . Run ii i a Oil log mein 11 Haiti. Fast ii mrs w Hospital inst week for her brother. George m. Guilford at la it it moot and is expected Home hero rih i. Air Joseph la heed of Atlanta. Git. Spent hic week end at Tho Home of ins Parent s. Or and mrs George h. Navy firs a i i Concord Church was filled Ami Many Aland during Hie service. Unit i. Bundu ing ac-1 More tic their Civ Hoo Umi v t tempt ing t Init Ariit had to principle Ishac they recon and Are ii cd to learn end c of Tho morn Quot v Hail pledged of asked for As a Hie fund of us Titial body is at tin kor and Burtom Barms a a seeing trip to Boston on the special Points of interest bulker Hill Monument Fin Vad where the had the privilege of inspecting the battleship Utah and the la i. Ile reports ii Sim is goo Ltd n \n8tit, hah Papfi woj a i Art s a Fain la. A i Al Well Ani 1op� an it Akka Sis Muso Aat at Daiil. Like Hie South. Bridge. It. Was a wonderful Outing if Liming Hie out of town ii mis Olio a 1 a a Una people find doubtless a a re a he in to nil end the Fuji i of l la. Hall were a la gip a a a a i to ii Ai a i r. I i or Lowell or Ami mrs Lam Hart of Medford air and i Anre 1.v, n Fowler of m i re. Or and congregational Church Rev Ralph s Hahs Harlow of aver mrs Whit a. Barker pastor. Sunday morning of Concord Junction. George service at 10 30. Sunday school at i Wien and Hon of Maynard. Edward 12. Evening song and reach tie Iger of Concord mrs a. L. Pierce service at 7. N i we Uusi till uuui1� w a eople and doubtless k m r kind and thoughtful h considerable of a 4 for i e Young people pleasure to their teacher though response Lily for Lier to undertake. Ii congregational Church Davis Post women a Relief corps Anu in. And 2s employees of the finn were Iii in Ake ill ten slut in a 1,r,ly�?T r a a George is now link i Ltd Mie Helsom officiated and paid fit i Ting tribute to or Hull. The Shu i inn t Quartetti of Boston rendered a a abide with me a Quot nearer god Tot and Quot Rock of designs were thee a a in Tho Garden the Floral Choice Ami Many. Besides his wife lie leaves three Mons Eugene. Bertram and Stanley Hall. Interment was at the family lot i Hope cemetery. The Purins Nio vement been sushi i it is inter a Clear and definite and abiding Faith a prescribed Creed no dogmatic tests Ith known whore it a i or misunderstood is the great Forward which this fund has and son or Fred Pierce of Westboro midweek prayer and cobra Resico and or and mrs Zeigler of Concord meeting at 7 30, topic a the thanks. A Junction giving Aam with v Faith affirm d ii or to note the enthuse ii the declaration of the Council of the recently formed laymen s league tuts been received. This de. is As follows Quot we worship the living god our father and our Friend. We Are disciples of Jesus of Nuza ret ii Teal her of the love of god and i Rev j s. Snyder tilled the pulpit vet Bostio to a. Runic we a rth of i s Quot ulily Kavo a Sermon a Man and bin Power f to thanksgiving Day. Igro Vili. Funding i air and airs k. T. Stanley attended we ii lick. In i do. A Tho funeral of or Stanley a brother and Lav As essential to human i Asa s. Malcom at Maynard on the lira Gross in moving pictures Concord state armory under auspices american red Cross Acton Center saturday november 27 afternoon 2.30�?admission children 15c, adults 25c evening 8.00�?admission, All 25c in a o burial was at Ben Day nov i is ii Wood cemetery or Fred lust and family closed their summer Home Quot Meadow View on saturday and will make his Home Iii Boston during the Winter months. E. F. Conant returned Home on sat inlay from the Hospital where he underwent an operation for cataracts worship god our Brothers j la e Pra for help to sincerely and to serve fait la fully. I we seek Ever for More truth Aud trinitarian Church i he pastor s subject next sunday on h>8 eyes. His friends Hope for a morning lo.45 will he Quot an in Pattie ncw5 Complete recovery or and Ivorn Albert Doolittl with two children will spend the thanksgiving at the Home of or and mrs Fletcher Clark parents of mrs Doolittle at Sandwich mass. Answerable question Quot sunday evening 7.oo interrogative series the question will he Mutt. 22 17i a is it i Law Rill to give tribute i nto Caesar the government or not a Friday evening 7.45 a special thanksgiving service will he held t. With the subject Quot what should the Christian want the world to be Quot a Large number of various articles for household use were brought to the modern centaurs always Good u entertainment of Vav. C t i the members of the local Vav. C it. Feel very grateful to All the Young people who so kindly helped to make our annual Sale and entertainment Tho Quot a a a wer urdu Gnu to to successful occasion that it was wed platform the members of the Sun Neudak evening nov 17th. The pieces Liy school last sunday noon for the and singing were Iii charge of miss missionary society in Boston Miller Aud miss Smith. All enjoyed -11 Quot 1 a a a. The musical be our Yong several Young men and miss Jessie looks. Mrs la. I. I Little accompanied Wood representing a red Cross nurse the Linen. Performers. Represented unit a states Tine i lie roader Alice Lovingston Ca 1 Sam eve i a ainu \ in t it of Lowell added in All to the Mea a emt a avg to. Simi. This was Hie time or lives it foreign nation -. Tin Tiff or age has appeared before Acton pea flu party were Well taken and the pie and All agreed that she never interest shown these Young poo no butter a two Cal. I pie in thin work is Early a St John a. Finigan Concord Mas s. Tai. A a tuesday nov. 3gth, 1920 at to a. M., i will for Coleman bros., contractors 50 horses wagons Harns a or Cement mixers engine boiler autos truck . Sale will be held in Greenfield mass. They have is Tot c completed 5 filled of the Mohawk Trail Road and have no the interesting dialogue give Point in Tho right direction. Iacini cd -v.viv, 1920, Tio a. I will sell h. Vav. Carroll Maple St Winchester mass., Geode of every description Nan be goods. I ii a a a a -

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