Selected and transcribed by Dennis Ahern
Editor’s Note: The tenth in our Friday series examining the news about Bedford that was published in the Concord Enterprise 100 years ago this week; to contact the author, please email [email protected]
- The library still remains closed, owing to the prevailing sickness.
- Mrs. C. D. Albani is slowly convalescing from her recent illness.
- Joseph and John Macmahon were guests of relatives over the weekend.
- Have you bought a bond of the “Fighting Four loan.” If not, why not?
- There were no church services in the Church of Christ or in the Unitarian church on Sunday.
- The friends of Miss Dorothy Pickard of Concord Junction were much grieved to learn of her sudden death due to pneumonia.
- The regular meeting of the Concord Chapter D. A. R. has been postponed indefinitely.
- Miss Ellie Peterson has accepted a position in the accounting department of Jordan Marsh Co., Boston.
- Owing to the request of the Board of Health the schools will remain closed for one more week. Bedford Union and Lexington high schools will reopen on Monday, Oct. 24.
- For the convenience of taxpayers, the town hall will be opened on the last Saturday evening of this month from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
Considerable inconvenience was caused commuters on the B. and M.* Thursday morning when the 7:42 a. m. to Boston was derailed at Bedford and was unable to make the return trip to Boston. Passengers were obliged to wait for the 8:16 train from Concord. *Boston and Maine Railroad
ON CRESCENT AVE.
An 8-room house with all
C. W. O’DOWD
Crescent Ave. Bedford