(Almost) Wordless Wednesday – Church Ladies

April 1, 1945 - Easter Sunday

April 1, 1945 – Easter Sunday

These lovely church ladies were attending Mass on Easter Sunday in 1945. Mary Mirota was in the back row on the left, and according to the Parish History page of The Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, the priest was Father Albert Tomaszewski. Here’s a link to the church: http://www.ollwhs.org/OurParish/ParishHistory.aspx

Who were the rest of these pretty church women? They look like they could have belonged to the Rosary Altar Society. The church is located in Whitehouse Station, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

Wordless Wednesday is a blogging prompt suggested by Geneabloggers. Here’s the link in case you want to see what some other bloggers are posting today: http://www.geneabloggers.com/daily-blogging-prompts/wordless-wednesday/

Happy Wednesday!


About Maryann Barnes

I live in Virginia and enjoy meandering walks back into the past. I also enjoy old photographs and sharing family research.
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4 Responses to (Almost) Wordless Wednesday – Church Ladies

    • Maryann Barnes says:

      I also think the hats are marvelous! I had to wear a hat and white gloves to church as a child. Those days are long gone!

      • I remember wearing gloves, but hats only on Easter when i was very young. In 7th grade I had matching gloves, purse, shoes, all bright kelly green! That’s when hats were out of fashion :(.

  1. Maryann Barnes says:

    I had to wear gloves marching in parades with Girl Scouts, too. Wow, you were a fashion gal! My mom had a lovely Kelly green coat when I was young. Love that color!

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