John J. Kelley All Saints Church Roxbury

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John J. Kelley
All Saints Church Roxbury - , SOUTH END DISTRICT, The second annual dancing...
, SOUTH END DISTRICT, The second annual dancing party of the Sunday school teachers association of All Saints' church, Roxbury, was held last night in Catholic Union hall. There were fully 600 present and th affair was a grand success. The guests of the evening were Rev Charles W. Regan, pastor of the church. Rev J. J O'Conner, Hon Felix McQettrick, Joseph A. Wataon and Dr C. A. Me Donald. From 8 to 10 whist was enjoyed, at the close of which handsome prises were awarded Miss Grace Kelley, Miss Mary F. Galvin, Miss Margaret O'Neil, Miss Grace Crimmins, Richard Collins, William Maxwell, Thomas .Green an4 John Morrissey. After the whist dano - ing was in order until I, the floor being in charge of John Lyons, assisted by - Thomas E. Shearin. The aids were Miss Mary Gordon. Miss Agnes Watson, William William J. Mulloney, William P. Murray, Cornelius J. O'Leary. Thomas Dolan, John J. Kelley, William Hill, John J. Murray, Frederick R. Mulloney, Dennis Shay, Frank A. Mulloney, John Mo - Elaney, Daniel J. O'Leary, C. Edward Center. George Herlihy, Fred Dempsey, John Madden, Thomas Kelley, FranlC O'Neil. Edward E, McGrath and Joseph Joseph Kelley. . . . . This In their rooms m jnicK -

Clipped from The Boston Daily Globe28 Nov 1905, TuePage 24

The Boston Daily Globe (Boston, Massachusetts)28 Nov 1905, TuePage 24
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