The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, July 1, 1949
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JULY t, 1943 THEVH.I.r, (ARJU OOOKfKR NKWS I'AGE SKVflN THE FORMAL OPENING OF THE SKYLINE DRIVE-IN THEATER SATURDAY NIGHT July 2nd SHOW BEGINS AT 7:00 YOU'LL REALLY ENJOY A MOVIE AT THE SKYLINE DRIVE-IN THEATER ITUYACY Tn the privacy of your own far you can talk or oat pop corn and VIP sure of not bothering others. And, in the same way, the noise of oilier people or their children will nol prevent you -from enjoying the show. DRKSS THK WAY YOC WANT TO This summer you needn't go to the trouble of dressing all up in hot, uncomfortable clothes; come to the Skyline Theater and relax. rKKSONAI. TON'K CONTROL Yon ran br sure of hearing al! of I he movir because yon may adjust the speaker in your own car to exactlv Hie desired volume. RKKRKSHJIKNTS For your pleasure, we offer all llie tasty refreshments, you'll enjoy on a summer evening . . . soft drinks, deli- cipnsly-flavored snow cones, pop corn, candy, hot dogs, popsicles, dixie cups. MODKKN RKST ROOMS Iri this brand new Skyline Theater you'll find all the accommodations to make your evening comfortable . . including clean, modern rest rooms. 4 Mile* North of BlythevilU SKYLINE COMING ATTRACTIONS • THE LOVES OF CARMEN • Every Girl Should Be Married • EDWARD, MY SON • NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER • LOST MESA TWO SHOWS EVERY NIGHT BEGINNING AT 7:00 WATCH THIS NEWSPAPER DAILY FOjl SHOWS On Highway 61 DRIVE-IN THEATER

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