The O’Neil  girls of Jamaica Plain well-known entertainers in Greater Boston, will perform in the forthcoming minstrel show of St. Mary’s parish. The ten girls ranging in age from four to twenty years, have appeared in many shows in this area, and been featured in Boston’s Easter parade for years. Last year they took part in the Easter parade in New York and appeared on TV several times a guest appearance on the Today Show with Dave Garroway and on Ed Sullivan’s Boston Show, “Toast of the town.”

 
Performance
Blessed Sacrament Church
       Jamaica Plain
     Our Home Parish
Archbishop Richard Cushing
  was a friend of our family.
A favorite song of ours, of course!
TEN O’NEIL SISTERS MAKE CHORAL GROUP

    The 10 daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O’Neil of Jamaica Plain rehearsing songs they will sing in the Archbishop Cushing charity show in John Hancock Hall tonight. Rudolph Pepin, Mission Church, Roxbury, choirmaster is their accompanist. Frances 2, seems to sing best with a finger in her mouth. She is beside Danielle 4, In middle row, left to right are Julie 5, Mary, 7, Virginia 8, and Evelyn 11. Rear, left to right , Maureen 13, Diane 15, Barbara 17, and Jane 18.
Ed Sullivan introduced the Ten O’Neil Sisters at John Hancock Hall in Boston!
We met Bishop Fulton J. Sheen for a number of years when we performed a an annual event for the Columban Fathers in Canton, MA.