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Cumcn Theatre. Mnnnolia. Arhuisas Arcliiteels: Ginocehin & Cnnttuell, Little Ri>rh\ Arkansas You will probably be very glad to know that even now, long after the opening of the Cairec Theatre here in Magnolia, we hear newcomers to town, visitors and others who attend the theatre for the first time, comment on the comfort and convenience of the American Retractor seats installed there. The seating arrangement--seats, spacing, etc. --remains one of the outstanding features of the house. Furthermore, they are holding up well and still look very nice. The red mohair covering material still retains the rich, full color it had when the seats were installed. Sincerely, AMERICAN BODIFORM ® RETRACTORS W. p. Florence. Jr. "one of the outstanding features of the house" Wherever American BoJiform Chairs are used—whether Retractor-type or regular, and whether in new theatres or for reseating—their comfort, beauty, FOR RESEATING, experienced operators seeking increased box-office receipts choose American Bodiform Chairs, unexcelled for comfort, beauty, convenience, and durability. The hundreds of and convenience make them an outstanding feature of the house. They are tlie finest theatre chairs in the world. Bodiform installations, after many years of hard use, are giving excellent service. WORLD'S LEADER IN PUBLIC SEATING Grand Rapids 2, Michigan • Bronch Offices and Distributors in Principal Cities Monufacturers of Ttieatre, School, Church, Auditorium, Transportation, Stodium Seating, and Folding Choirs ALSO DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL THEATRE SUPPLY American Bodiform Retractor No. 20-001. The Cameo Theatre uses 629 of these, phis 224 American Bodiform regular Cliairs No. 16-001 BOXOFFICE :: January 3, 1953 23
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