The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on December 24, 1941 · Page 7
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 7

Nashville, Tennessee
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Wednesday, December 24, 1941
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tWt'dnea'day Morning, December 24, 1941 SEVEN THE N'ASHVIEEE TENNESSE'A'N Scenes From Leading Attractions This Week End at Film Houses 'Til "; rv-,-: ; r ! lSL . 1 I -l I M i 1 I ft 4 opening today at Lotw't, . . s I Ha v in . I I . MVI ! I uUL TL.i. Baa. .f ... i nugn naroan ana rtggy moran in naiio eucMr, at crroi riynn piay usnarai vuiiar in i ny una nun i nn wn, nn Iht Prineat Thursday, Friday and Saturday. at th Knlckarbockar. Honors Children Tha Vultea ' Plantation Home, H ' i a d. wito-; Trwwn ircnr-Bt ino annual Chriatmaa party given recently by tha Pilot Club for the children of the Municipal Children' Home. Tha reception rooma were decorated with Christmas greens and a, -larga Chrlatma tr was placed at one end of the music room. Preceding distribution of gifts, dinner was served to the children and members of tha club by Vultea with. Miss. Dorothy Moarbouse ajid Mrs. Gifford as hostesses. The large table at which the children were served had as its centerpiece a frosted Christmas tree. Seated with them were Mrs. Alice Setters, president of the Pilot Club, Miss Moor- . Maureen O'Hara In "How " Green VYasjMy Valley," opening at the Paramount Chrlstmae Day. house and Mrs. Inex Robinson. Other members of the club were seated at small tables .. arranged throughout the lower floor. Mrs. James N. Rutherford gave a reading, after which Individual gifts were distributed to the children by a Santa Claus. Club Notes RICHLAND STUDY CLUB Mrs, F. E. Evans was hostess at a meeting of Richland Study Club Tuesday at her home on Forty-sixth Avenue. Gifts were exchanged and a Christmas tree was a feature of the meeting. Luncheon was served, followed by the business meeting, at which time a Christmas story, "These Things Remain," was given by Mrs. James Rutherford. Mrs. Evans was assisted by her mother', Mrs. W. C. Hales, and her daughter. Miss . Virginia Evans. Mrs. Lora C. Allen was a guest at the meeting. In the earth's "normal" weather perioda, aay some scientists, the polar seas are free of ice. Miss Lane Weds Allen Payne Taking place Tuesday morning at 9:80 o'clock was the marriage of Miss Glyndon Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lane of Fay-etteville, and Allen Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Payne of Knox-vllle. The vows were said at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brambach, on Stratford Avenue. Elder J. C. Hutchison read the marriage ceremony. The reception rooms were decorated with arrangements of greens and white flowers. The 'bride, who was unattended, wore a wine velvet suit With a black hat and accessories. Her flowers were gardenias. . Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Payne left for a wedding trip to Knoxville. For traveling, the bride wore a black crepe dress trimmed with white, with a black topcoat and accessories. On their return, Mr. and Mrs. Payne will make their home at 1606 Stratford Avenue. Out-of-town guests at the wedding Included the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riff Warden and Mrs. Sally Johnson, all of Fayetteville, and Garland Lane of Columbia, S. C, a htother of he bride. ' . f- .-; , Pen Women Hove Christmas Party Miss Robbie Trent was hostess at a tea Tuesday afternoon at her home on Pembroke Avenue, honoring the Nashville Branch of the TODAY History Hurls Forth Its .lost Heroic Challenge -Tha 7 th Regiment's Defiant HE1 KM as courageous General Custer Sk 1 1 OLIVIA : v thrillingly teamed again! V.' rii i A NEW WARNER BROS. SUCCESS. w ARTHUR KENNEDY CHARLEY GRAPEWIN ' GENE lOCKHART Nanhrillc9H Greatest Christmas Entertainment! ADDED " : GRAHAM McNAMEl MIW! as el aIa- y-r,7 inn uikw Trim incm syui fjn jiakd ai a m Anv mo r. m. PLEASE NOTE: in Order T Allow All Our EmploytM Christ mat Dinner At Horn t. Our Bos Of fleet Will Open At IP. M. Chrittmat Day? ADDED MERRII MCLODII CARTOON HsMsBsMMBMBlpMBaiSBaisaiBa . Pl5OTl' m -3- art THE PALMS Miles 'rmkHn Htt CHRISTMAS DANCE GALA FLOOR SHOW TURKEY r7ndShumiti DINNER 1 T..,r, No. umii I HU Orchis" I a'CiMfc I For Rtstrvations 8-9106 National League of American Pen Women, of which she serves as president Mrs. O. W. Taylor assisted In the hospitality. , The serving table was decorated with a white Christmas tree, and on the mantel shelf in thf living room Was a nativity scene, burning tapers, and miniature figure of angels.' . Navy Flier Killed NORFOLK. Va, Dec, 23 tT LL James J. McRoberts, U. 8. N., of Norfolk, commanding Fighting; Squadron 41, was killed In a plane crash at sea today, the Naval Public Relations Office announced. No further details were disclosed. Price Ceilinas on Farm . n I . . "r n. n i l? Jl rroaucu 10 d nesiuuicu WASHINGTON, Dec. 2 VPh Price Administrator Leon Header eon said today that present celling! on domestic farm comnsodt- lies wouia De rerxiinimvu u am light of pending congressional price control legislation which would require that no maximum on auch commodities be set below tha market price on last October 1. "Further ceilings on agriculture commodities issued between the present date and that of final approval of the bill will be consistent with the October 1 data," he added. ' PARADISE CONCERT SUN. NITE DEC. 28 , BALLROOM danci (1op.m.'th2:30A.m.) cm rw rcnuTFirfDnnn. 14 li IAN0 HER OWCMiSTBAtii i J DON'T MISS THIS! THI BICCEST DANCE OF 1941 1 ADVANCI AT DOOR I I 1 000 Uttt m katoea rmmi ttr WbHe Last Times TODAY Greet Spy Story I i xmas y. HUGH HERBERT DAY THRU SAT. fiRPTA -rx' . Ulll 1 M aV I A w m TV Ton BROWN Pew MIAN Walter CATLETT Lewis ROWASe V7 pi us June JTORfY Benefits A"eii Shoppers-Box Office Opent 11 A.M. for Thit Pittnn Only! Merry Xmas Folks! To complete your Christmas Joy I am bringing you one of the greatest entertainments in all movie history . . . a Holiday treat for everyone. - NOTICE - In ereer Mat Hf em-term mf y Xmn momlnf at horn the PwaniMnt win net temerrev nl I f. M. l. x A ' . h I ix 1 I ' 'lr" "" t j- " ' - isaeassab. ill HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY "is a cinemasterpiece movingly told and acted,... How Great Was My Valley." -WALTER WINCHELL HOW GREEN WAS MYVALLEY iCZrS ? "is terrific and terrific is what I mean. We knew the critics would rave reviews." -LOUELLA O. PARSONS HOW GREEN WAS MYVALLEY "is one of the most moving ex periences of my life. Now I know why they call them moving pictures!" -FRED ALLEN HOW GREEN WAS MYVALLEY "is a picture that made me laugh -and cry. I loved every minute of it and know you. will, too." KATE SMITH HOW GREEN WAS MYVALLEY has" enough romance and drama to fill three ordinary pictures. One, of the year's most beautiful and stirring films." MFF. f AY3A7IVI-. 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