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St. John the Baptist Feast, 1935

St. John the Baptist Feast, 1935
Mass in front of the school

St. John

St. John
Float: Gerald Ryan in St. John costume with angels.

First store, Alexandre Mahé

First store, Alexandre Mahé
Parade Floats, Store opened 23 June 1909

Parish's First Baptism

Parish's First Baptism
Float: Regina Brousseau represented by her baby, the godfather: Horace Lacourse, the godmother: Clarisse Gonneville-Lacourse.

Yarn  Work

Yarn Work
Parade Float, Spinner: Mme Louis Mercier, Carder: Mme Albert Gouin, Weaver: Mme Cécile Hébert

Ernest Forrand and Tessie

Ernest Forrand and Tessie
St. Vincent

Ernest Forrand's horses and Charles Dion

Ernest Forrand's horses and Charles Dion
Saint-Vincent

First Post Office

First Post Office
Parade float: Florémond Malo taking Pierre Malo's place.

The Winnowers

The Winnowers
Parade Float

St.John Float

St.John Float
Gerald Ryan in St. John costume

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