St, Catherine’s Debonnaires climaxed their C.Y.O. activities with a score of 86.6 to win the coveted Archdiocesan Championship at White Stadium, Franklin Park, on Saturday afternoon after capturing the cicruit championship with a record of five wins and one second place.

On Sunday, September 17, they will compete in the Eastern Mass, finals at Memorial Field in Natick. They have been equally successful in this circuit with five wins and one second place. On September 3, in Hyde Park they achieved a score of 90.49, the highest on record for a corps in their division.

The Princess Corps had an interesting season with consistently good scores. They placed fifth at White Stadium competing against 10 units. They made a smart and snappy appearance and the experience gained this summer will prove invaluable in the future.

Every member of both corps deserves praise for their hard work which brought honor and credit to St. Catherine’s and the town of Norwood.



Two Post Office Sites Discussed-This Day in Norwood History- September 25, 1931

Norwood’s Post Office was eventually built on the site of the Everett street lot. FOLK AT NORWOOD DISCUSS NEW SITE FOR POSTOFFICE NORWOOD, Sept 24-More than 750 citizens met in the Junior High School Hall tonight to discuss the question…


The Indian Mortars Of Tiot-This Day in Norwood History-September 25, 1934

Photo showing supposed Native American “grinding holes” in the ledge near the Neponset River at Water Street, 1934. (Photograph by F.P. Orchard, colorized by the Norwood Historical Society) Norwood ERA Archaeological Expedition Unearths Artifacts Of Ancient Civilization, Which Are Checked…


Norwood Residents Desire New Highway-This Day in Norwood History- September 25, 1911

Residents of Norwood Are Called For Action. Alteration of Two Railroad Bridges Part of Plan Proposed. Two warrants for town meetings to be held in Norwood this week are posted—one for Tuesday evening and one for Thursday evening. The former…


Sgt. Edmund Bochanowicz Killed In Bomber Crash In Idaho-This Day In Norwood History-September 25, 1942

Mother Gets Word Of Son’s Death On Her Birthday Sgt. Edmund Bochanowicz, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bochanowicz of 14 Hartford Street, Norwood, was killed early this week in a bomber crash near Gowen Field, Idaho. Enlisted in…

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.