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Bar Harbor Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Bar Harbor, Maine The bar Harbor \ Illume i $2.00 a year bar Harbor Maine wednesday november 24, 1920 five cents a copy number 334 raise $825 at special town meeting saturday amount to cover oter draft in Road department. Meeting adjourned to a camber 11 when committee on bridle paths will report quot a quot f r univ Cickar a this it or. 11.f sgt air quot a a a a a iii quot mph iii a l j overdraft i. Tip Oil a a a t sprinkling a june by athe Ike a . We a fur to quot Mitu Rjay a a. Hit that the Romr Mission Cut it had Ono a. A. Mite t. A. Torii. I to Jrex i a it a a that a quot la. Vork Jar quot a / quot re r a. I?.�. ,had Pron i a r. It com r quo the arc .Ary of. mailing a r a to. A. Toa lis of id by in a a ii. I i tny run Britt it it quot but to i Talt riv run i Ndoc it i suf a a to i auth or a it d. It i a i Fri. Further fat i that a pro a the -. Privation a would pay All outstanding i to -.r�-, by is of the Road department and carry. By. A. the work of that depart i ent through a. the Vear. Literary club gives reception for teachers Lurine the course of tiie discussion a j. Tare quot Nir. Carter was Lisic a his opinion on a a r various , including the Economy d liar up Roperia and Sci in ability of oiling. Or. Carter a. A. Road fund a stat i that the Best Engin is and a Ary it a an quot a a a draft in were consistently Advocat f to Upas in intr the oiling of roads and that he be i a a h. R a i i Vivi it t b that top a thing t. File. A a up a t a i pair of went on to his of Inion. That the f . Or. Town Sii Ouid authorize the punch . Nuitt is no i of it Road Oil for i now m Ord re f a is cd a. That the town night be Issue Ltd of a at. At Ine Annua Supply inst Ead of waiting until mid h it the ,---.� a is a the Iru to year. He. F v. Inai further Nate i to at the freight was a. Far a to that beef ved a . A . I so offed Ai Nuu it Coukis be say Seq by. A to the Oil brought Here in a . Any ⠠s year. Then. warrant committs had reported in a strip which was j that the bridle ath committee should a not was not include i in report to the next annual meeting a a a it or at or. But had to. Their reason As stated for this , not re conc a that the proponents of the article had on tru Tion of a Bridge presented no Deumite program for this these Throe jobs work. Imp. Fineo opposed tins but a.-, of a Miller ones smally agreed to the Compromise of. Ais Ani Orest in made the j having the committee report to an a. A -.ary. Or. Carter said i adjourned special meeting. The . Quot of the Road com Mittee to serve with the selectmen a. A a a let overdraw an was appointed by the Moderator a. T quot Ofa voters liked to. A but that it had seemed u to a Harmon piano co. Act of Pia a Ai Ca Only quot there s 2 a Carob quot la la. Head Fly to term la old. A a by Tbs to Fri of in one of the recent publications of the of the Interior calling attention to tic Winter attractions of the dil Lerent National Parks the Lafayette National Park is a prominently noticed for its splendid scenery and the unil Suai Opportunity for the enjoyment of Winter sports. Edward b. Molars a. S. Rodick Edward b. Mears a. Co real estate Harbor. Maine offices a 202 South Isth Street Philadelphia Victor n. Cushman real estate and insurance bar Harbor and 819 seventeenth Stroot Washington d. C Seal Harbor realty l. Stebbins managing director cottages for rent Seal Harbor Maine building Sites for Salej. H. Sawyer Waitr Makei i Ine watch and French Jock repairing registered optometrist my m silvers Platinum and Fine Diamond mounting the Miklat of Etc Luaiva dept Igor to jew try to ord�r98 main Street. Telephone Fine groceries tests Coffey a spice canned goods preserved fruits syrups Olive oils fowl Hal f Omlin Dom i tic Market flour and provisions bitter and cheese from Best dairies of icy Kelly quot the Stor of Quality quot if a to iii a. Fit i. T h c s i a a i o As r exit Iilah o f t i e y. Vav. C. A. iii ver a Xiii re i More attractive tii in they did Friday evening on the x a iii a of tic reception a a the of acht in in the Public schools by the woman s club of bar Harbor. The of the club had the Hearty c it it j of the Otti cers of the . A quot nation with the result that nothingwa5 left undone to make the occasion one of unusual enjoyment for All present. In the receiving line were the i by firs of the club mrs. C. C. I do president mrs. G. Raymond Joy i vict Are. Oscar Hammond mrs. George r. Hagerthy try insurer mrs. E. B. Rolt Lici it reporter. I lieu Thiern were Kirs. Guy Torrey a a irs. H. B. Lyon mrs. Hugh Spratt Man. Geor e Pierry and mrs. C. D. N. Powers. Airs. Charles i do cordially the guests and announced la it program of the evening a program Eliut Wils Well arrange Ai and earn number of which was Well rendered. The High so hex l orchestra directed by june Andrews played through out the evening and the comment on the a laying was Moi t favourable. J i the forma program Ojo Ned with a a a Iano number by mrs. Frank e. My j Gould Nick who played Nightingale and j the Zei her by Boynton Smith and Fiji encore polish cd rivalry by Pieczonka. Both numbers were heard with much plei sure. Nitiss Tarrant teacher of expression in bar Harbor High school gave two charming readings responding to encore. John Stalford with june Andrews As , play eco Berceuse from Jocylen and and for encore Wlinich was Well fir5t red gave the Largo by Handel. A Ocvil duet by mrs. Berry and Mio curti., my True love hath my heart by Marzialo with accompany a f it by no a. Powers was applauded until Uliey rep ated the number. Honors of the evening were unanimously a or red a a quartet composed of Harold and Frank , Prescott Cleaves and Albert Stevens for they were oblige Ai to repeat their encore number of carve p at Possum and then the audience clamoured for More. A refreshments of cake punch sandwiches were served the punch table being in charge of mrs. Rodick and mrs. Hagerthy and presenting a most attractive appearance with shaded candles and Flowers. The committee chairman mrs. Keucher program mrs. Rodick refreshments and mrs. Milli Ken decorations were much praised 31 Honor students for first Quarter 31 b. H. H. S. Students maintain rank of a and b in All subject principal j. Funk Carter of bar Harbor High school report that 31 of his it Denti Hare made a Grade of a or b in All lube cat during tha first Quarter of the school yer. Tha names of the a Honor students Are seniors Francis Cleave Alice Graham Ernest Joy Merrill Kurson Elizabeth ferry John Stalford Leon Moon Christine Milliken Cecil White juniors Cora Emery he Nason France Brewer Ruth Simpia Isabell Manhal Sophomore Helena Hadley Sylvia Kun on .Ary Ladd Edith Murch Laura Sargent Anna Schneier Erma Stafford Jose Stalford Emma Lompon freshmen Barbara Butterfield Eleanor Emery Josephine Horton Reginald Hamor Ena Norwood Florence Saunders Alice Swanson Lawrence Lym Bumer Bowling tournament opened tuesday evening perfect attendance record first Quarter the following students Hare made a perfect attendance record for the first Quarter having neither been absent nor tardy thus far in the school year. The list contains 88 names which is 34.19 per cent of the total registration. Marie Anderson Leland Leighton Vera Leighton Dorothy Leland Clara lis comb Harold Loring Fred Luckins l. Lym Bumer last night to Day saw the opening of what bids fair to be the greatest Bowling tournament in the history of the y. M. C. A. The following teams Are entered Sharks a. Burton capt., f. Anthonyh Mclean. Whales a Carter capt., f. Small b. A ley. Sculpins a. Spratt capt., j. Mar eyes g. Harmon. Herrings a. Graham capt., c. K Dow h. Gordon. Flounders a. Lawford capt d. Richardson c. Wood. Tom gods a. If. Webber capt., t. Searls a Bradley. Into the sea of uncertainty dived the fish of the season. The Star swim of the night was the High single score made by Gordon in which he made two strikes in Eucce ion followed by a spare with a string total of 117. Honors for the highest total pin fall went to Lawford total of 472 with Anthony second total 464. Totals for first night Sharks Anthony 464, Mclean 448, Bierton 446, total quot 1358. Flounders Lawford 472, Wood 431, Richardson 399, total 1302. Tom cods Searls 445, Webber 441, by Adley 402, total 1288. Herrings Gordon 454, Graham 439, Dow 386, total 1279. Other tournaments Are now being arranged and will be under Way soon. Sixty leading business men Jow b. H. Board of Trade great interest shown at meeting monday. Hope to double membership before important meeting to be held saturday evening .Ary Andrews Charles Barstow Addie Bowden Ellen Bradley Doris Bragdon Mari Ori e Burton bar Harbor banking amp Trust co. Capital $50,000 surplus and undivided profits $300,000 we invite you to b e c o a e a customer of this Bank and assure you courteous treatment put Ederick Clement Eunice Manchester Gladys Crossman Ruth Mckay Harr it Cunnigham Charles Miller Irving Cunningham Ruth Moon Lillian Cunningham George Nickerson Marcia Curtis Abbie Norwood Sadie Daigle agn Ott Marguerite Davis Mildred Parsons for their work. The evening closed with a Community sing when with everyone singing in the various rooms with or. Whitmore and miss Curtis leading and mrs. Continued on Page 5 Inez Davis Jennie Farley Anthony Filliettaz Lester Gattrell Lawrence Getchell Maurice Gilley Helen Guthrie Margaret Guthrie Edward Hamor Hester Hamor Reginald Hamor Elwood Hanscom Wallace Hanscom Louis Harraden Eugene Harper Florence Harris Gladys Haskell Sylvia Hass Charles Higgins Dorothy Higgins Grace Higgins Oscar Higgins Frances Hutching Doris karst Pauline Kirk .Ary Ladd Eirma Stafford Frederic a shards Merrill Tirson Elizabeth Perry Emily Reed Francis Renwick Geraldine Richardson Nina Robbins Maude Rodwell Charles Ryder Laura Sargent Phyllis Saunders Charles Shelton Natalie Small Jessie Stalford John Stalford Elma Stanley Joseph Stockbridge Alice Swanson Ernest Thomas Flora Trevett John Walls Anna Webster Cecil White Maude White Richard Willey Marjorie Worcester Lester Woodworth Helena Young Gordon Sylvia Bernard Nickerson Only four week until can Somas a few Suft scions pipes cigars and smokers set eve Sharp pens is Waterman and Crocker Fountain pens manicure sets White Ivory toilet sets and pieces thermos bottles carafes lunch and lunch boxes Eastman Kodak promos brownies ask for descriptive Catalon and prices the West end drug company go i a Mcfillan proprietors repair work a spa Fialty storage for 100 cars Telp Loae 555 bar Harbor banking amp Trust co. Bar Harbor motor co. Succo a a the attn my tor 0&. Cadillac Nuh am Dol a Brothun a Moline oils and Auto supplies Sale aha so Rel cd station of All kinds Headquarters for used cars exc Imp to Dytri butori for United states tires cottage st melt bar Harbor Maine Jim Jim a oooo o o oooo xxx to it xxx ooooo<x5ooo�oo0oooo for Sale the entire Wood work lab Plant of George p. Billings at bar Harbor Maine thia property consists of Twq-8tor> Frame building 75 Fec t Long and 30 feet wide together with 8000 by. It. Of land on which it stands and also together with All machinery now Ini Talle to Slid Plant a foil owe 1 25 h. P. Elei tric motor i Rotar it bed Pla Iner 1 straight 4-�ide Moulder 1 Tenning Mac hint 1 mortising machine 1 4 Inch moulding machine 1 36 Inch band saw 1 turning lathe 1 double head Elm try wheel 1 15 Inch Buia plainer 1 Cabinet saw table Toft her with All belting shafting saws chisels moulding knives tie., now used in the operation of this property. This ii a rare Opportunity for any party wishing to get into this kind of Busineau As the property win not Only be sold at a very Low figure but enjoys a Good All they round patronage. Fiir ther particular on application. Address s. L. Kingsley amp co., bar Harbor Maine the work of reorganizing the bar Harbor Board of Trade is Well underway. The meeting monday evening was attended by a Large number of representative men who displayed a keen interest in the development of a live commercial organization Here. It was decided that the dues for the first year should be ten dollars. More than fifty men at once either paid the ten dollars or signed an agreement to do so. The next meeting will be held saturday evening. In the meantime All those present monday Are making a strenuous Effort to at least double the membership before the next meeting when the work of reorganization will be continued with the adoption of a Constitution by Laws and the election of a Board of directors. A proposal that generally met with favor was that the following plan be adopted in the election of officers. A Board of directors will be elected by secret ballot of the entire paid membership. These directors will choose their own chairman and treasurer As Well As one or More vice presidents. The above officers shall be members of the Board consider the formation of a really Strong organization that shall really do things for the business of bar Harbor. As the spokesman of you committee i shall not attempt to argue the desirability or the necessity of a Strong commercial organization Here. By your very presence Here this evening you agree that there is a need for such an organization. Your committee has Given not a Little time and thought to the problem at hand. The entire Check list was gone Over and in the opinion of your committee there Are some 250 men in bar Harbor who because of their Active interest in the business of the town should be members of a live commercial organization. Invitations to attend this meeting were sent out to All these men. While All have not responded we have Here this evening a representative gathering of business and professional men. Your committee was asked to recommend changes in the by Laws. It will recommend several. It was asked to nominate a set of officers but one of the suggested changes in the by Laws will eliminate the be of directors. The Board shall also Cassity for this duty on the part of the engage the services of a competent committee and will work your com Secretary it being understood that this Mittee believes to the great advantage Secretary is to be paid a reasonable of the organization. The suggested compensation for such services As May change is that from the total paid Mem be required of him. These propositions and others will come before the meeting saturday evening when the committee on reorganization will make a further report prior to the election of officers. The ballots will be printed saturday. The name of every Man who has paid dues up to five o Friday evening will appear on the ballot and from this list the directors will be chosen. All who have paid dues will be eligible to vote. It is confidently expected that one Hundred men will be present saturday evening. The books Are now open at the office of the Secretary w. P. Wad Leigh and any Tizen wishing to a member and have a voice in the meeting saturday should sign up and pay up with or. Wadleigh not later than Friday afternoon. Milton w. Stratton presided at the meeting. The first business was the report of the committee appointed at the last meeting to take up the matter of the elimination of the dangerous Grade crossing near Phillips Lake. Secretary Wadleigh reported that the committee had been in correspondence with the Maine Central pm. R. Co. And with the Highway commission and read the replies received in which it was stated that the matter would receive further consideration. This business was quickly disposed of and then the chairman of the meeting called for a report from the committee appointed at the last meeting to suggest changes in the by Laws and nominate officers. The report of the committee was made by Albion of Sherm an who said in part quot your committee has carefully gone Over the situation and fiends that there is not a member of the Board of Trade in Good standing As none have paid dues since 1919. We therefore meet on equal ground As citizens to be ship of the organization a Board of say nine directors be elected and let them be elected by secret printed ballot. Then let your Board of directors elect its own chairman treasurer and engage the services of a Secretary the latter not a member of the Board. This directorate could carry on much of the routine work of the organization and the personnel of the directorate elected in the manner suggested should be representative of the Best business thought of the Community. Your committee went carefully into the matter of dues. We Are convinced that no successful organization can be maintained on the Dollar a year membership plan provided for in the existing by Laws of the bar Harbor Board of Trade. It is too easy for a Man to give a Dollar and too easy for him to forget a proposition in which his investment is but one Dollar annually. The committee had agreed upon ten dollars As a reasonable sum Between the one Dollar minimum and the amount charged for membership in successful boards and Chambers elsewhere. Then another suggestion was made. It is something rather new. The plan is this. Let the dues be fifteen dollars per year with the provision that the Secretary shall make a rebate of one Dollar to each member who attends a regular monthly meeting. In this Way the member who attends twelve meetings will pay but three dollars per year. Those who do not attend and who do not work will pay More. Before any further Progress can be made your committee believes that the question of dues must be settled and in order to bring the discussion before the meeting i move you or. Chairman that the dues of the bar Harbor Board of Trade be fifteen Dol Conti us on Page 4 bad nest i Rene rim my a we in your planning do not Overlook tie Graat assistance you can obtain from allying yourself with a Strong Well managed Bank. Open an to count with my Tonia and thua beg a business acquaintance which will stand you in Good Stead during years to come. We Are always ready to advise with you concerning inv Ahneita and to assist you in every Way in our Power. Our motto is service we Small acco Uala a Ivall at Large Are Wacome first National Bank of bar Harbor or a i r quot a f i if i

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