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I can't help wondering what movie that Allen, William and Doris went to see. Let's see....maybe, it was Double Indemnity, starring Barbara
Stanwyck and Fred McMurry. This movie came out in 1941 though, I'm not sure exactly when in that year it was released. Perhaps, they enjoyed a musical
comedy, such as the full-color spectacular, DuBarry Was A Lady with Lucille Ball, Danny Kaye, and Red Skelton. (A great movie, by the way. I
taped it last year, when it aired on TCM.) Perhaps, Minnie's next diary entry will tell us.
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The Young Ladies' Sodality must have been established in December, 1887. At first there were
only twelve. Hence Father Pacific called them his "twelve apostles".
Members from December 8, 1887-December 8, 1888: Jennie Shanahan, Philomena Dischner, Sarah
Fitzpatrick, Minnie McMahon, Anna Dischner, Ella Wells, Ella Quinn, Lizzie Abts, Maggie Schmitz, Katie Spanner, Katie McMahon, Mary Fitzpatrick, Lydia McMahon,
Lizzie Sheehan, Agnes Fitzpatrick, Eva Schilz, Alice Quinn, Lizzie Gerber, Agnes High, Mary McGuire, Anna Geis, Mary Marky, Lizzie Hagus, Mamie Chestnut,
Maggie Walker, Mary Orr, Bridget Higgins, Mary Murphy, Nelly O'Brien, Maggie O'Brien, Katie Browner, Ella Byrnes, Amalia Schramm, Mary Jonas, Katie
Brenneis, Johanna Liebig, Mary Griffin, Lizzie Haney, Melia Scholz, Rose Haney, Agnes Keeting, Katie Higgins, Mary Lamb, Katie Hynes, Mary Kratke, Lizzie Dee,
Anna S. Damphy, Kate Ryan, Mary Cooney, Nellie Browner, Emma Schlentz, Lena Ruick, Anna Griffin.
The sodality also procured a library to circulate among the members. The members labored zealously
by socials, entertainments, etc., to aid the pastor financially. Among other things they paid $75 or more towards the Blessed Virgin altar; a similar sum for a
sanctuary lamp, about the year 1893. On February 1, 1894, they paid $150 for an ostenaorium (monstrance). In 1901-1902 they furnished a room at St. Mary's
Hospital and in 1904 they paid for the statues of St. Joseph and St. Anthony, for the basement. A scamnum or bench for priests and servers is also a gift of
the Young Ladies' Sodality ($35.50).
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