The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Friday, November 14, 1947
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1947' BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS R. (. A. All The Way NO GLARE SCREEN FLICKERLESS PROJECTOR R.C.A. SOUND SYSTEM R. C. A. All The Way •-•HO GLARE SCREEN •FLICKERLESS PROJECTOR • R.C.A. SOUND SYSTEM THE NEW MOX, BLYTHEVILLE'S FINEST! -COMING SOON"Duel in the Sun" with Gregory Peck and Jennifer Jones DONT MISS IT ' Here it is! The newest,-most modern suburban theater in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. Bringing you tops in good, clean moving picture entertainment. And too, you'll find satisfaction in the many innovations provided for your comfort and enjoyment. There's a Cry Room for the restless youngster, where mothers can take their young without missing the picture they came In see. Tops for your moving picture enjoyment is the complete U.C.A. Non-Glare Screen, FIlckerleM Type Projector and K.C.A. Sensitive Sound System that portrays and repeals each act on the screen in • most realistic manner. The New Mox Theater is of Fireproof construction, features Luminous Aisle Carpeting and other safely features. See (Mir sheer, float ing .silk draperies that are M luxury to Hie eye of any theater goer. For your comfort also, Jl spring cushioned scats! -COMING SOON"Duel in the Sun" with Gregory Peck and Jennifer Jones DONT MISS IT FOR YOUR SAFETY . Crestwood LUMINOUS CARPETING Eliminating The Glare of Aisle Lights -NOW SHOWING"MY PAL TRIGGER" With ROY ROGERS and DALE EVANS Also Cartoon And Three Stooges Comedy FOR YOUR COMFORT Modern R«tt Rooms FMturiftf! Littl. LadiM Powdtr F«r HW Y«*Mt Set The New Mox Brings You The Latest In Comfort And Top-Notch Entertainment! 4 Comfortable Seating For 650 People

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