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1. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . Ashworth, Pastor, First Universalist Church, Sycamore, 111 5 Sees Projector in Every School—By Arthur E. Curtis, B.A 6 Canada's Rookies Study German Army Pictures 6 Analysis of Test on Yellowstone, Aid to Instructor Using Screen —By A. C. Derr, D.D ...

2. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . We use the pictures only in the evening service which we emphasize as educational Minister of Universalist Church in City of 4,000 Gives Results of Three Years Work With Films and Slides—Plan Proves Success By Rev. G. H ...

3. Visual Education Jan-Dec 1922

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... . "What they have and what they should have" will then be placed before the taxpayers. Logansport. The Rev. C. "Wellington Holmes, pastor of the Universalist Church, has inaugurated a winter program of motion-picture shows, supplanting the regular Sunday eve- ning preaching services ...

4. Moving Picture Age Jan-Dec 1920

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... ." Those who have the best interests of the moving picture at heart and who have tried to bring the church and theater into ac- cord will be interested to learn that "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

5. The Educational Screen Jan 1930 - Nov 1931

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... 142 The Educational Screen anti-Hayes war. "Let the Movie Producers Sue All of Us", from the Christian Leader, Universalist, is a short, terse challenge that thrills any reader: If the Motion Picture Producers start suit against The Churchman they will have the whole religious press on their necks, and a chance to start suit against all the rest of the papers ...

6. Business Screen Magazine Jan-Dec 1968

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... ); World Within Our Reach (Uni- tarian Universalist C^hurch); Target: Occtipa- tional Therapy; A Way of Life (American Oc- cupational Therapy .Association). TV Spots (public service): for National Conference of Christians and Jews, National ...

7. Business Screen Magazine Jan 1961 - Dec 1962

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... : Symiihuini Hall Merger Serv- ice (Universalist-Unitarian Assn.); Fifty Years of Service (Industrial Stainless Steel Corp.) ; Kings Chapel Service (American Unitarian Assn.); College Opportunities (Lloyd Bemis) ; Careers (Northeastern Univ.) ; Means, political ...

8. Moving Picture Age Nov-Dec 1919

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... . Rose, the pastor of the Universalist church, Newark, N. J., had a lecture on "Theodore Roosevelt," illustrated with 175 colored slides. * * * • Stereopticon slides illustrating modern miracles of healing upon deformed and crippled children was a feature at the Liberty Park Methodist Church, Spokane, Wash ...

9. Educational Film Magazine Jan-Dec 1920

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... . Timothy Drake were the first scheduled. They Avere delivered on Monday afternoon after school and children of all creeds were invited to attend. The trustees of the First Universalist Church, Pasadena, Cal., having voted down the idea of running a community laundry in the basement of the church, the pastor. Rev. Carl F ...

10. Educational Film Magazine Jan-Dec 1920

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... ." A Unique Movie Service A unique movie service was that given recently at tht Universalist Church, Auburn, N. Y. Rev. J. E. Price hat as his topic "The Storm." The minister says that by an- other winter he hopes to have a complete motion picture outfit installed in the "People's Church ...