The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 4, 1949
Page 13
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PAGE TUESDAY, OCTOBER:¥,.1941 FOR YOUR WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY DRIVE- THEATER LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED BY W. L. MOXLEY & MOXLEY THEATERS OPENING FRIDAY « Yes, the Starvue Drive-In Theater Is lor your whole family to enjoy. In the privacy of your own car you can he dressed as you please . , , .bt comfortable. Smoke if you like; you won't bother anyone—and if you don't smoke, others' smoking won't disturb you. Take the baby along; he can sleep on the back seat — also saying you the cost of a baby sitter. Adjustable tone control permits you to hove the sound as loud or as soft as it most pleasant for your own hearing. Yes, the Staryue Drive-In promises a pleasant, comfortable evening's entertainment. Admission .-.-,.„.;,.,.,.,...,.,.,.-. 50c Children Under 12 Free OPENING FEATURE ADVENTURE'ffRITTEN IN FURY^ AND, FLAMES] Apache Allack! Wagon-Train Massacre! The Silver Bullet! Siege of Ft. Furnace Crcekl SOUTH ON HIWAY 61 Plan to drive down Friday and see the show at the Starvuc Drive-In. It's just a mile south of Blythcvillc on Highway 61. An unusual attraction for your children is our special playground with slides, swings, and sec-saws; and thcre',s horseshoe pitching for the men. And, if you bring the baby, we have bottle warmers to keep the milk warm. You yourself will enjoy the many refreshments in your car or at a table on tfie patio. We offer hamburgers, hot dogs, soft drinks, candy, peanuts, pop corn . . . whatever your taste desires. So come out soon and enjoy a movie at Blytheville's newest, finest, Drive-In Theater . . . the Starvuc. Admission . . 50e Children Under 12 Free

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