This Day In Norwood History-March 17, 1950

Norwood Contingent Off For Big New York Parade

OFF FOR THE BIG TOWN—The members of the Father McAleer Corps of St. Catherine’s parish line up in front of the bus that transported them to New York last Thursday for their appearance in the St. Patrick’s Day parade. Rt. Rev. Jeremiah F. Minihan, pastor of St. Catherine’s Church, was on hand to bid them God speed as they left nor the metropolis. (McLean Photo)

The Norwood Messenger

A large crowd was on hand outside St. Catherine’s Church boarded a Greyhound bus for New York where they will be the first musical unit in the line of march for the annual St. Patrick’s parade of Fifth Avenue.

By bus, train, and plane, scores of Norwood citizens also are en route to New York to witness the colorful parade which police estimate will be viewed by between two and three million spectators. They will be along the line of march to Wave a cheery greeting to the Father Mac Aleer contingent as they proudly wear their green and gold uniforms in the parade. The , their leader, will lead the long procession as it winds its way along Fifth Avenue to the cheers of millions of spectators. The weatherman has promised clear and sunny skies for the brilliant spectacle.

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