Bar Harbor Times Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 4

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Bar Harbor Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bar Harbor, Maine 4 int is m a his ii m if com allium care felumb is ded do twi my the ten c l of m to iii is it milk a imply met the a Imp pm de Imit Mcie to of Heith. The Troyk in connection with a Community s milk Supply befit right to the farm if the Farraf fails to keep it clean sued cold. With healthy cattle the Bact Ritj count can be reduced to a mini Mimi and proper care for thru c 8 will produce milk a Norfy or Mje As is humanly potable. If these conditions Are not met at the farm the milk High in bacteria starts on its journey to the consumer and in hot weather is either sour or unfit for consumption by the ime it reaches its destination. Graduation exercises at st Edwards school nol theist Harborth Belmont hotel open for the season of 1920 Belmont hotel co. John h. Tracy manager t the Malvern of. A. , Maoai i a Kebo Street bar Harbor a Jones . A. Manager it. Do Sert Street bar Harbor Maine Flower and vegetable seeds bedding plants Gladioli dahlias Cut Flowers roses Trees shrubs Garden sundries insecticides All these and More Vou will find atm. Desert nurseries bar Harbor Maine Telephone 16 the legion orchestra music for dancing Isaac Werlinsky manager pm 305ladies Tailo Shackel amp Felix formerly with Genzburg amp co.110 main Street bar Harbor specialists on ladies fashionable wearing apparel suits and dresses Riding habits evening gowns capes Etc. Made to order at very reasonable prices by expert workmen new York 148 w 49th Street Newport House and cottages Only hotel on the water front official Headquarters for Blue Book and a. A. A. Siason june 2-9th to october 1stst Sauveur hotel Kari f. Nalliva anal her open for the season june the graduating exercises of the class of 1920 took place at st. Ski Ward s school monday night and was to Best of its kind presented by the school. Each number was generously applauded by a Large and appreciative audience which was an evidence of the excellent work accomplished by the pupils of this school. Deserving of special mention were the parts commemorative of Maine s Centennial Celebration and the Prai of our great state were Sung and spoken in a act impressive manner by the Young pupils. Long applause followed the appearing in tableau of the Seal of Maine m living characters and for its splendid presentation much credit is due to the teachers and children. The Palmer writing drawing sewing and of Anual training work was inspected and admired by All present. Remarks by Rev. Father o Brien i and Frank Mcgouldrick superintendent of schools were instructive and interesting. I Ollo ing is the program a 1 song of Welcome. Chorus 2 opening address. Helen Guthrie March. Piano duet Ruth Moon Catherine Sargent 4 Little Giri Blue. Song Ruby Ferlotti 5 is 1 t l-1 i o is f rom Lon gee 11 of rec i Tati on Ruth Moon f \ on Solo. Helen Guthrie 7 pantomime. Girls Catherine Sargent pianist s dialogue the runaways characters Abel Grump a Tux Bur it Farmer. Anthony Filliettaz Johnny Grump the runaway its. Paul Smith Charley Black. Gerald Murray policeman no. 429. Herbert Parsons policeman no. 430 Everett Salisbury part ii i come Iota Ilion bar Harbor put Jward cough ii sketch of Maine i Rad Uati a iii the Day is done Longfellow m los i Ca 1 i c i to t i o n girls i Radin catholicity in Maine Sadie Daigle cur Maine Seal Dirigo i state of Maine song tableau \ ii parting Addris a Helen Murray conferring of diplomas hymn i Susky hip me close to thee Cliss motto Esto Fidelis Ulscas colors Blue and White graduates 1 Dai de Mary Sadie 2 Farley Jennie Florida a j Filliettaz Joseph Anthony 4 Ferlotti Catherine Ruby 5 a three Helen it Anci i Moon Ruth Irma 7 Murray Helen Ruth i Parsons Walter Herbert mob iii Ltd Dies cd of Sharbor his been Stoppi if with her sister mrs. Rae d. Graves for the past week. Friendie of mrs Bryan Maddocks Are glad to learn that she a improving in health at the bar Harbor Hospital where she weit recently for treatment. Eugene Monohon u. S. N., is at Northeast Harbor on a Short leave. Or. Monohon is now stationed at Hing Ham mass. Mrs. Pedrick d. Gilley was in bar Harbor last saturday. A Large audience was in attendance at the pastime theatre thursday evening to Witney the Nazimova production the red lantern quot a Story of the East. The annual picnic of st. Mary a by the sea sunday school was held sunday. The children left the Village at a Little before noon the larger children walking and the smaller ones Riding to a Point on the Shore above Indian head. In spite of a Gray morning the Day turned out a sunny one and an excellent time was had by All. Games and contests were enjoyed until late in the afternoon. The picnickers were under the supervision of mrs. Belle , Are. Albert Mcbride and some of the other sunday school teachers. Messes. Galen and Shelden Seavey were in town for a Short stay last week after driving through in a Well equipped motorcycle from Haverhill mass., where they now their make Home. They reported the roads for the act part in excellent shape. They left on the return trip Early in the week. Or. And mrs. Victor r. Smith and family left via automobile for Dexter Maine last thursday returning Home sunday. Miss Frances Pollard has been the a a guest of her Niece mrs. Albert Mcbride for the last few weeks. The legion orchestra of ear Harbor proposes to hold once a week dances at the neighbourhood House through the summer months if patronage warrants. The first dance will be held wednesday night of this week. This organization of musicians which includes James Marc is Isaac Perlinsky Fred Wescott and three Otter men who saw service in the world War promises to become a popular orchestra on the Island. The dances at the neighbourhood House should be Well attended. Miss Sigrid Jacobson Vas in bar Harbor last thursday evening to attend the commencement exercises of bar Harbor High school at the Casino. Pankhurst Choice of Republican for governor continued from Page 1 the candidates rep Bucan for governor Frederic h. Park Hurst of Bangor. For state auditor Roy l. Ward Well of Augusta for representative to Congress John a. Peters Ellsworth. For state senators Arthur b. Holt Gouldsboro Percy g. Sargent Sedge ick. For county attorney William e. Whiting Ellsworth. For Register of deeds George r. Hadlock Cranberry Isles. For Register of probate Robert p. King Ellsworth. For sheriff Ward w. Wescott of Ellsworth. For county commissioner Milton s. Arey bar Harbor. For representative to the legislature George a. Phillips l5ar Harbor. A of crafts for governor Bertrand g. Mcintire Norway. For state auditor James j. Neilson Biddeford. For representative to Congress Archie c. Towle Oakland. For state senators Otis Littlefield Bluegill Joseph c. Harmon Stonington. For Register of deeds Ralph e. Cunningham Ellsworth. For sheriff Ernest Haynes bar Harbor. For county commissioner Charles f. Whitmore Verona. For representative to the legislature John h. Stalford bar Harbor. Navy buys site of radio station the Transfer of some eight acres of land at Otter Cliffs the site of the United states naval radio station to the United states government from j. A. C. Palmer of Washington and bar Harbor has been completed during the past week. The use of his land was Given by or. Palmer to the a it department without charge during the War. During the period of the War the station grew so in size and importance that it was definitely decided to make i a permanent station and it is today the finest receiving station in the country. Representatives of the department had been negotiating with the palmers for son e time before the final Transfer was made. The Orice was mrs. Joseph n. Small spent thursday not Given out for publication in sit is one of the most d Salisbury Everett Joshua 10 Sargent a Itlie Rine Marion 11 , mar Leona mrs. Edward Coles funeral services for the late mrs. Eduardi Coles of Philadelphia and bar Harbor were held at old Christ Church Philadelfi Hia list monday. The Church was filled with mrs. Coles friends. It was in same Church that mrs. Coles had worship it Ped during her entire lifetime having been bag sized confirmed and married there. The Large number of i croons Prest it at the funeral services was m keep ing with what had been characteristic of her throughout her Lonk Lif. Mrs. Coles had the Foft ult of making and Liol Ding friends of Allak is and at her Philadelphia Home As at Fer Sun Iier him she was surrounded always by Many friends who valued her companionship most highly. Or an i mrs. Coles first came to bar Harbor in and shortly after coming built to Weir Sumner Home Here. With tile tion of two or three Summ ers spent in Europe mrs. Coles had been i Ere every Sumi Iier since then. Or. Coles Aiea Here fourteen years ago. Mrs. Coles enjoyed nothing More than did the life Here at bar Harbor her a Dens Anc. Her friends being the this no s that most interested her in life. Her sister mrs. Markoe her daughters mrs. Bobbins and miss Coles and her sister in Law miss Mary Coles who survive her have always spent their Summers Here. Mrs. Coles passed away at the Copley i Laza Boston saturday june 6. She had been in poor health throughout the Winter but her condition had apparently improved and her physicians had consented that she take the trip to bar Harbor for the summer. She was taken ill in Boston where the end came Ciui Elv. A Mckinley or. Durant of the w Illiam Underwood co., Boston was Here on business thursday and Friday of last week. Letitia Latty who attends bar Harbor High school is at Home for the summer. Or. And mrs. Charles Holmes Are keeping House in the Knowlton Bungalow. A Large number of the Rebekah attended the Lodge at Southwest Harbor priday evening. Miss Georgia Ray spent the week end with her sister mrs. Ernest Richardson at Beech Hill. Mrs. Emma Reed and mrs. Hollis spent sunday with or. And mrs. E. B. Reed at Bernard. Or. And mrs. Mark Reed of Winter Harbor Are visiting mrs. Reed s parents or. And mrs. Washington Norwood. Subscribe for the tim. Bangor. Ernest Hall who has been employed in bar Harbor during the Winter is at Hillcrest Market for the season. Miss Geraldine w Agner is employed As bookkeeper at l. A. Wilson s Carpenter shop on Rock end Avenue. Miss Muriel Tripp was the guest of her sister. Miss Janet Tripp a part of last week. Clarence Lurvey is at Home from Boston for the summer. Merrill Haskell left saturday for a visit with relatives at Surry Maine. Elmer Davis who has been employed at Bartlett Island for a number of months returned Home for the summer last week. Mrs. Frank r. Ober arrived in North East Harbor from Boston last week. \ on4ell five representing the Ameri can express company has been in town i this week. I Reuben f. Lurvey was at Home from i Bartlett Island Over the week end. 1 Herbert Martin of Seal Harbor is employed by l. E. Kimball. Harry Robinson of Warren Maine who has been filling the position of clerk at Asticou inn for a number of Summers is to be employed in the same capacity this so Ason. He arrived recently. The Well lined sidewalks on main Street these nights be Token the near approach of a strenuous season. Another sign of the oncoming activity is the increase in the volume of mail arriving daily. A the hotels Are being put in readiness and will open in a few Days. Altogether it looks As though this season would be a Banner one for Northeast Harbor. Mrs. H. Edw in Stanley returned Home from Northern Maine last week. Louis Smallidge who has been attending Gilman High school the past school year returned to his Home on Bartlett Island a few Days ago. Arthur v. Coombs is employed at Mceachern amp Stanley s fish Market. Charles e. Southard of Seal Harbor was in Northeast Harbor sunday. A number of Young people from mount desert were in town last thursday night to witness the performance of Green stockings at the neighbourhood House. Otis m. Ober met with an unfortunate Accident last Friday afternoon. While driving his delivery Wagon the horse became frightened at the steam tractor which is being used for hauling purposes and threw or. Ober out of the Wagon. The horse cleared himself when the wheel encountered a Telephone pole. Or. Ober s shoulder was dislocated and he was immediately taken to the bar Harbor Hospital for attention. He was however Able to return Home sunday Forenoon although he will probably be incapacitated for work for a Long time. Two children who were in the rear part of the Wagon at the time of the Accident were fortunately t ask your physician not to report a Case of contagious disease in your family urges the Maine department of health. What is your opinion of a doctor who. Will yield to such a req if he yields to you he May have done so in Case of your neighbor and that May be How your child quot caught quot the disease. The site is one of the most desirable on the whole Island. Or. Ausick Palmer built a summer Home there More than thirty five years ago and for Many seasons occupied it with his family. During this time president Harrison and Many other distinguished men were entertained there. In later years the palmers sent their Summers in the Village and for some time the House and grounds were used As the bar Harbor country club. With the coming of the War and the establishment of the radio station another chapter was added to the interesting history of this old place. Radio baseball team it has been some time since we have had any news for the bar Harbor , but now that our baseball team is in real action we will try and give you All some idea of the different players and where they play and How they play. We will Start with our Catcher r. Davis from Otter Creek who Learned the Art of baseball quot. By playing with potatoes on the farm. He is known by All old and Young. With Kelly and Robinson on the pitching staff we sure deliver the goods. These two men Are not often seen around with the Fellows but you All know that they have another sex in bar a Bor. Now we go Over to first base. We need not say much about Eddie Morrissey As he certainly keeps things moving around that base. If you Don t believe us ask some of the girls about that \ amp. Of you Eddie now on second base we have our Little Short Chubby Friend Taylor better known As chips. Pie is loved by All and keeps the crowed in laughter All during the game. Captain Mike Graham does not have to be spoken about a As he Speaks for himself and when you see another game just take a look Over on third base and you will see him. Here we come now Thom thrasher the hero always wishing for some one to Bat the Ball to him As he just eats those things when they come his Way also take notice of him when batting. Now that covers the in Field and All Good Lookin Fellers too. Our Outfield players Are also in the Navy and whenever you see our Center fielder Higgenbotham miss any just Mark Down in your Book the onl5-thing wrong with him is that he makes dates too Early in the evening and sometimes he goes to see her with his baseball uniform on. Did any one Ever hereabouts Johnson Well you never will because lie is a Nice boy and he keeps the ground right Field looking like a skating rink. Our left Field is Well taken care of by Payne Flannery and Randall. It takes three men to handle that Job and they Are the three that can handle it. Now that is our line up and they have All taken the oath quot we shall never be Defeated or. Smith our athletic officer and Sergt. Donavon our managers. We get baseball pounded into us and for myself outside of the above lines i have nothing to say but i can be seen there sometimes with a White hat on and full of Pep Tony. Subscribe for the times. The Village improvement Calls attention to the fact that picnic parties must leave no nil a or papers must protect Trees terns Flowers must be care iii to put out fires of j. Brewer electrical contractor lock and Safe work bicycle trunk and repairing Telephone 364 get Era repair shop cottage Street bar Harbor main open May 1, 1920 be to garage c. Leslie Brewer Cor. It. Desert and Eden its. Near the Mallem son Mezenen amp Fri a tires Reed a Auto supplies 90-92 cottage st. Phone 777 683 Madison Avenue. New York City Between 61st and 62d its. Ladson tires Amer cords it Niche iii tubes free vice station ire service free air e Battery testing we sell Firestone tires Oil gasoline and accessories this is a convenient stopping place for automobile owners who keep their cars in private garages. Let us serve you Liscomb s garage 79 cottage Street Telephone i i the Belma garage now open for the season of 1920 service All that you look for in a first class garage William j. Quinn proprietor the bar Harbor times $2.00 year in Advance

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