sentinel 1930 1216 ohcc $6800 bldg plan

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HOI dob Faroe* Building Pin tse Old net bel**v« Uus sour* unoual Mr Dilkxi pauiud out the enlarged Iscker and fnll n»M was psn el tb* ftsfmel plan sad would rot inter- fBf» with l*t*r Htenawna Mornati HSJTOWCT mud that srchi- tscss. ksd informed him Out b*n»r OB Isbor Hwiry J Legion. w i l 1 to h*4d WediMSdey evening in L*- fteo hall Several important thjix sue to as taken usx araoaf them anattal eonktmmrty Chrtsuna* trrc i thr Chnetmas early in wtijunct'on with the soxinsry snd the Legion! {sir to as held ui the town hall next month- I ApptefcM academy beskctbal' trim will play in the town hall J Attrtd Choumard shot a buck mandaUon on the (round that vould DM UM up aU Ita hi"*. de*rw*ifhi«gab«lV)5Q pound* Sun The ext«n«on would provide addl- ^ y ^^nwon J, WM tfo / lrft j^. ttooal locker and ahoww room pac« ^^^ down b y a local hunter this MM al» apan enough (or a antall ^,50^. grUl room Plan, for th« addition th e Sigma Sigma Si«ma class of ww« m*d* by Haynw * Mam, ^ Federated church will pack architects box O f ^g Hn d clothing tomorrow Mr. Baldwin in hu report, thanked evening at the home of Mrs Sarah flte Ykrioua committee head* for thatrfuphaw (or the Uttfe Wand«*r»l lupiwil for the year and outlined the i Home in Boston. ' ·ecompliahments of each. Chief Doonan was called upon Sun- Ttw club assets are $70,480.65. and i day morning to raccue a c^t from tta hvabihues are JG5^70i3 ' perch in a large tree near the home I lite income for the past year was i of Thomas Duval Phillip Rodier, $28,962 S3 and expenditures $25,420 13 I Omer Dancaus* and Lionel I«U year, instead o[ » profit, the club i all Boy Scouts, had attempted ·howed a loss of $34823 the cjrf..whtch belongs to Mrs Arthw* iWrs Pearl B LaFortune, chairman Fournier, b-jt were unsuccessful t the woman s golf comnvttee, re- called upon the chief for aid, ported that the women of the club Desrosicrs, a member of the fire conducted 13 tournament, 2 putung Hartment, made the difficult contests, 7 team matches, a rmjer I and brought the cat down none ' reduction in handicap The count) the tree, where it had gone when ] handicap, lormerly set at 92 for tin; I chased by a dog Saturday ladies, wa* reduced to 82. -- i The postponed meeting of Phoelv S. M. Nathan reported 1 for himself TOWNSEKD CENTER W«ton and Mr* Nathan as chairmen of the -- --^ fUnion Veterans of the entertsinment committee There were j A *pecial meeting of the Dorcas 6 ,,TM 1 ? 10 dances and three card parties held ' class of the Methodist church F *}}°w» -dur«nthe season.. jn *ld in the vettry Friday afternoon wl - n ? cludc a CnnSlmas Mr. Karrower reported* for the j to fill Christmas,"Boxes for sEul-ins. ~ greens committee. He said that msrn- i The Glee club of TownsenA tenance for the year 192 cost $9407 J school recently elected the For the year 1929 it was. $12,619 and officers: Walter Pettrjon, president. ibis year $10,679. The payroQ wss Chnstma Kinghom, vice president, 18600. ^He safd that the average st Nellie Eaton, secretary; Lucile Spof- other clubs -was $20,000 to $24000 sn- ford, treasurer-, Ail! Kumpu, nusJly Because the Oak Hill greens , Prescott, librarian*; Psuls cost about 50 per cent of the average, colm Bailey and Robert ni « nl he said, the club should be willing j executive committee. ' ^ ous « und , er ^f to spend some nvmey to insure the j Rev snd Mrs. a A. Willmott ll)ar y unlt conturusnce of the excellent greens been entertaining *t their honwr ori and snd fairways. | Adams road Mr. snd Mrs E, Clar; He reported the progress made with snd Catherine Clart of Athoi, . 1 purchased one tractor during fhe, A* special meebng of the Ladies.'! year and nught TW*d another next! Benevolent society of the year. The greens crew now totsfe j tionsl church will be held eight m-B and s greenslceeper. t afternoon at the horn* of Mrs H«s- the gifts · greens nursery and said it should be extended to be ready in an emergency. H* said the chib had Mary Upton of Boston and Mr. Mrs. Frank Craae and Ernest Fats of Qumcy.

Clipped from Fitchburg Sentinel16 Dec 1930, TuePage 9

Fitchburg Sentinel (Fitchburg, Massachusetts)16 Dec 1930, TuePage 9
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