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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 13, 1925, Kokomo, Indiana DAILY TRIBUNE Night Open at 6 Show at Time of Wood South Side Square Tuesday Night April Mth at t is witH pleasure we announce the open ing of Kokomos newest theater The No expense has been spared to make this theater one of the most attractive and most comfortable in the city We have a seating capacity of arranged with comfort able spacing on an inclined floor giving every person an unobstructed view of the Our projection room is of the very newest fire proof construction while the projection ma chines are the very latest 1925 models Prac of equipment in our pro room is operated We invite you to make this theater your Presenting MARMONT in We will present the best obtainable in pictures and from time to time will present special orchestras and sketches talent is For our opening week we present Mitchells Syncopating Five orchestra to gether with the feature You Cant Get Away With If The Theater Owned and Operated Miss v V r Projectionist Mr Guy Bowers 1 Asst Projectionist Floyd Blackburn v Cashier Miss Sue Rivers Hue of Opening p m of WILLIAM FOX Intense Story of Human Emotion From the Pen of GOUVENEUR MORRIS CANT GET AWAY Armstrong General Contractor 713 E Mulberry Phone 3346 Built the WOOD General Carpentery and Contractor A Rowland V tec Production With Percy Marmont Betty Bouton Malcolm McGregor And an Cat Ifs a page from a social tells you you attempt to defy the conventions for a reckless love You Cant Get Away With M ANDY WATCH PAP and The Cat Open at 6 p tn Show StarU at p m Prices lOc and The Indirect Lighting Equipment Together With All Wiring in the PROJECTION ROOM and throughout die Installed by Scott Co Electrical 320 S Main Street Phone 1586 SPECIAL Euring Opening Week f SYNCOPATING FIVE PIECE ORCHESTRA Appear Tuesday Night at Balance of Week at and The Wood Theater Fire Projection Room Designed and Installed Under Direction of Earl Calvin Member Local A T S E THE WOOD THEATRE Employes Guy Bowers Chief of Projection Floyd Blackburn Assistant of Local A T S E Ind did the and in The Wood Theatre The Sign in Front of the Wood Theatre Made and Installed By Arnold Electric Signs Inc 211 West Superior SL The Sign People Phone 3236 Special Designs and Quotations on Request r i Exhibitors Supply Company of Indiana Inc Furnished die SIMPLEX MOTION PICTURE MACHINE AND DEVOLVING STEREOPTICON The Latest and Most Modern Picture Machines
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