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1. Boxoffice Jan-Mar 1945

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... ,” was shown to highlight the launching of the United Unitarian Appeal campaign by the First Unitarian Society in Manchester. Daphne Skouras # Coat Returned by Finder (From Midwest Edition) MINNEAPOLIS—A $4,000 mink coat be- longing to Daphne Skouras, daughter of Spyros Skouras, president of 20th-Fox The- atres, which was stolen from her at the Hotel Nicollet here while she was address- ing a meeting ...

2. Boxoffice Jul-Sep 1963

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... . . . The Cinema Arts new season will get under way September 20 with the Japanese-made “Throne of Blood” as the first of an eight-film series. Members may attend all eight for $6. The films are shown at the First Unitarian Church ...

3. Boxoffice Oct-Dec 1961

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... . Cinema Arts, a new Des Moines film so- ciety, will present a series of eight movies, starting January 5, at the First Unitarian Church. Attendance will be by membership and the fee for all eight is $7.50. The first film will be ...

4. Boxoffice Jul-Sep 1947

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... . Leaders of the Catholic, Baptist and Unitarian churches and the president of the local Parent Teachers Ass’n openly charged that minors were being ad- mitted regularly to the theatre. The shows were defended by Harold Metcalf, president of the Mendon board of selectmen, who denied that youngsters were admitted, pointing out that strict watch was kept at the door to make sure ...

5. Boxoffice Jan-Mar 1940

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... “Society, Men and Books” before the First Unitarian Church young adult group last Sunday night. “The movie practically made ‘Wuther- ing Heights’ a best-seller.” Spaulding’s reference to film produc- tions followed an attack on censorship ...

6. Boxoffice Oct-Dec 1939

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... “native enemies of American democracy,” a special meeting of the Hol- lywood Anti-Nazi League was convened at the First Unitarian Church on Sunday. Highlight was a detailed account of ter- roristic anti-Semitic activities allegedly led by Father Coughlin and the “Christian Front ...

7. Boxoffice Jul-Sep 1948

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... . Mary’s cemetery in Lynn, Mass. ... A new stage has been constructed and other improvements made at the Town Hall in Rindge. Arthur Chickering of Hancock, member of a Unitarian work camp crew in France, has written home that American films are hav- ing a powerful influence in forming opinions in France ...

8. Boxoffice Jul-Sep 1940

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... . Harris Tegarden, pastor of the local Unitarian church, has an ace up his sleeve in case he's forced to forego his regular Sunday sermon. In his spare time, the Rev. Tegarden has produced an 800-ioot sound motion picture titled "Getting the Most Out of Your Life," which will run about 20 minutes and which, according to present plans, can be run during the regular ser- vice. V I ...

9. Boxoffice Apr-Jun 1939

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... ,” with Eddie Dowling starred. Erne’ de Sauve’, house artist at the Strand for the past seven years, made the memorable march down the aisle June 9 at Westminster Unitarian Church, taking as his bride Miss Rosemary Ann Fournier, well known Rhode Island artist ...

10. Boxoffice Oct-Dec 1938

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... . He was prominent fraternally, belonging to both Masons and Odds Fellows. Funeral services were held Sunday in the Unitarian Church in West Newton. Burial was private. Hatfield left a wife, Mrs. Martha Hatfield, and a daughter, Miss Margaret Hatfield of Washington. Who Gets Him? Boston ...