Presidents’ Day was observed by the Norwood Woman’s Club at its meeting held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in Odd Fellows Hall.
Mrs. Gilbert W. Rich. 5th District Director, was the guest of honor. She was presented to the club by President Mrs. William Call and in her address she stressed the need of the club woman’s services and her duty to carry on the many wartime activities.
The following visitors were present at the meeting:
Miss Kathryn N. Adams and Mrs. Charles E. Taylor, members of the Past Presidents’ Culb of the 5th District: Mrs. Coleman Foley. President of the Norwood Catholic Woman’s Club: Miss Ann Switzer. President of the Norwood Teachers’ Club: Mrs. Richard F. Kidwell. President of the Alden Club of Franklin, and Mrs. Robert M. Hill, chairman of Club Institutes Forum. Other guests were Mrs. George Lynch of the Norwood Catholic Woman’s Club and Mrs. Marie Brown of the Norwood Junior High School faculty.
Miss Grace Diernan violinist, accompanied by Miss Ruth Dyke- man at the piano, gave a most enjoyable and varied musical program. . .
Miss Kathleen Emerson Swan was the speaker of the afternoon. Her topic was “Let’s Look to Our Ancestors.” She brought with her many treasures from all parts of the world in china, glass, silver and in linens and wearing apparel. She told of the “heritage which was ours regardless from whence
This Day in Norwood History-March 29, 1947-Police Chief Lydon Invents New Finger-Printing Machine
Gadget Will Be Submitted To The FBI For Inspection INVENTS FINGER-PRINTING MACHINE—Norwood Police Chief Thomas C. Lydon (right) holds finger-printing machine which he has invented and which will be turned…
This Day In Norwood History-March 29, 1964-Norwood Looks Forward
Norwood, until 1872 a part of Dedham, today appears a town that was built-and divided-by a railroad. But unlike many New England towns that boomed early in the Industrial Revolution…
This Day in Norwood History-March 28, 1947-New General Manager Ed Monahan Knows Problems of Home Owner, Businessman, Industrialist
“Ed” Monahan Wades Into New Job With Both Feet On Ground By WIN EVERETT Norwood—meet your sixth full-time General Manager, Edward C. Monahan, who took his official seat in the…
This Day in Norwood History-March 28, 1947-7 Norwood Candidates Start Climb To Pro Baseball Careers
All War Veterans And Ex-Murraymen Ray Martin with the Boston Braves in 1947 (Photo: Digital Commonwealth, Colorized by the Norwood Historical Society) By JOHN J. COOK Norwood will be well…