South Ashburnham News
hand severely, Thursday, while at work setting airbrake oh a car and win le"ugable"fo ittend' tb Jlls regminf duties for a few days. A. P. Her-rick Her-rick Her-rick of Pltcnbiirg. will take Mr. Mor-rla' Mor-rla' Mor-rla' place during his absence. . Mies' Helen Wliilarns and Miss Lillian Lillian Gailick returned home Thitrs day. from Kittery Point, Maine, where they tiave been for the summer. - ; George Worcester of Boston, a former resident Of this place, was in wn Thursday, catling on menus. -. -. Mrs, K. M- M- Ladd, who has "been in Osaipee', Ni H.. for the turned horne this week. u nun uur Trennurvrr- Trennurvrr- thls year by residents of this tow was shown, a large number attend ing. - :. . '. :. '.-'., '.-'., '.-'., Mrs. E. A. Willard and -soni-Robe:;, -soni-Robe:;, -soni-Robe:;, -soni-Robe:;, Mrs. A. E. Garlick and son. Alfred returned from Maiden, Wednesday, where they have been spending a vacation vacation With relatives. . Women predominate in the profe- profe- sion of stenographers, over 90 per cent of them being females. .