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1. Variety February 1915

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... . William Wallace Rose, Second Universalist Church While playing in Boston last April the company received a letter from William Wallace Rose, Minister of the Second Universalist Church of that city, as follows: "I was much taken with your splendid entertainment, which I witnessed last Monday afternoon, and am particu- larly anxious to know the name of the first selection played by your trio ...

2. Variety December 1954

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... . An Otis Skinner Memorial plaque has been presented to the Universalist Church here by the actor’s daughter, Cornelia Otis Skinner. Skinner’s father and grandfather were ministers in the Universalist Church, and the star spent his last days in Woodstock ...

3. Variety July 1950

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... by the Massachusetts Universalist Convention* Boston, was upheld by the U. S. Court of Appeals here last week, following similar action by the lower court several months ago. The Universalist organization al- leged in the suit that WLAW had refused use of its facilities for a script prepared for Easter Sunday, April 17, 1949, broadcast. Group claimed it was in direct violation of contract with the ...

4. Variety December 1921

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... ., Michigan City, was incorporated at the secretary of state's office here last week. Capital is $15,000 and directors. Jacob Wallerstein, Abra- ham Wallersteln and N. N. Bern- stein. The Rev. Wellington C. Hoknes, pastor of the Universalist church at Logan sport, Ind ...

5. Variety March 1924

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... '» own vaudeiillt booking agency t.i supply acLs for the various hoM.ses on tlo' I'aiili'" t'o.'i«'. M )» ( i'i>' ■■» lloAe is in cii.irge of tlie odlce with l.iMil- <|ii irlers in I.n.s .Xngea's CHURCH PLAYERS PAY ROYALTY ON PLAYS Universalist Church of Law- rence, Mass., Sets Prece- dent ...

6. Variety March 1920

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... . SEX PLATS FOR SERMONS. Reading, Pa., March 10. Rev. L. Griswold Williams, pastor of the Universalist Church of Our Father has shocked some of the more austere ministers of the city by read- ing sex plays from his pulpits on three successive Sunday nights ...

7. Variety February 1920

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... . Sennett's contract with Famous-Players has several months to run. Mr. Asher will be in New York in- definitely. His object is to establish an eastern organization. CONGREGATION SHOCKED. Auburn, N. Y., Feb. 10. Rev. J. E. Price of the Universalist Church has sort of stirred up things by pulling off a picture show in connec- tion with a sermon on Sunday eve- ning ...

8. Variety Jun 1948

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... , chairman of the Equity ticket committee. List of the shows and managements involved \yere sent to the managers by the committee, with a note of thanks. • Dr. Kdson Russell Miles, professor of homiletics and practical religion at St. Lawrence Univ. Canton, N. Y., for 31 years and a onetime stock company actor, has retired from tho college post. r Dr. Miles was formerly pastor of a Universalist church in ...

9. Variety March 1918

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... brought a denial that even an engagement existed, although Miss Knight called the millionaire "just the grandest man ever." . The ceremony was performed in the First Universalist Church at Phila- delphia. Miss Knight has been playing in "The Slave" at the Quaker City. Her home is in Knightsville, Me. She will retire from the stage, it is expected, and the newly weds, following their return from an ...

10. Variety April 1917

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... . Foss, Jr., non-professional, were mar- ried recently at the home of the bride- groom's parents, in Methuen, Mass., by a woman Universalist minister. The bride is character woman with the Cecil Spooner Stock Co ...

11. Variety April 1910

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... . Puffer, pastor of the First Universalist Church of Salem. Theirs was the famous "trial divorce" case. In 1907 the Puffers agreed to live apart for three years. At the end of that time, if either husband or wife wished to continue the separation, application for divorce was to be filed ...

12. Variety December 1905

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... . Saturday, December 23, previous to the afternoon performance, she became a bride. Rev. Dr. William E. Gibbs, of the Lawrence Universalist Church, tied the knot at his home. Tom Moore, singer of coon songs, and Miss Helena Castano, whirlwind dancer, were respectively best man and bridesmaid ...