Junr 1932 St. Ann's Lawn Party
Lawn Party to Be Delightful Event Parishioners of Church Plan Annual Event at Recent Meeting. T)LANS were completed at a recent r meeting of the parishioners of St. Ann's church for their annual lawn party to be held Tuesday, July 12, on the parish house lawn. The following committee was appointed: Mrs. Charles Bessette, chairman; Mrs. Charles Konen, secretary; Mrs. Agnes Cameron, treasurer; prizes, Mrs. Charles Bessette, Mrs. W. E. Purnott; bridge luncheon, Mrs. J, Carplno, Mrs. M. Bcaudin, Mrs, J. McNulty, Mrs. John Manley, Mrs. W. P. Coughlin. Mrs. R. Edwards, Mrs. Noel Ralnville. Mrs. M. Noel, Mrs. A. Borcl, Mrs. William Sullivan and Miss Claire McIIatton; candy booth, Mrs. Konen; fortune-telling booth. Mrs. John McMamis, Mrs. H. McQutston and Mrs. John Murphy; fish pond, Mrs. James Marron, Mrs. M. Dillon, Mrs. Jolm'Treglown, Mrs. L. J, Whn- len, Mrs. J. Brnclcn; refreshments, Mrs. L. C, Hoffman, Mrs. F. Smith, Mrs, Mildred Fanyon, Mrs. J. Johnston, Mrs. J. Rolando, Mrs. W. Fritz, Mrs. M. Strom, Mrs. W. Scully, Mrs. Peter Lehcney, Mrs. M. Mella, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. J. Spauldlng, Mrs. V. Ricco, Mrs. W. S. Manley, Mrs. Phil Treglown, Mrs. D, Manley. Miss Elizabeth Elizabeth CUTttmings, Mrs. J. Comstock, Mrs. H. M. Burke, Mi's. R. Burr, games nnd amusements, John Hale, Charles Barelll, W. P. Coughlin, Joo Barry, Dan Carroll, P. J, Cavmmugh, John McManus, James Marron, Joe O'Meara, James Rolando and John Manley.