The Crighton Theatre in downtown Conroe, Texas. —
In 1934, Conroe Mayor Harry M. Crighton sold his drugstore and went into the oil business. His success and love for his city inspired him to build a grand theatre. He hired architect Blum E. Hester to build a movie palace similar to the great Majestic Theatre in Houston. November 26, 1935, the acoustically perfect Crighton Theatre opened with “Stars Over Broadway" starring Pat O'Brien. Tickets were 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children.
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Vendors wanted for our first Jacksonville Swap and Shop to be held Saturday, November 11 from 11am-5pm.
Please contact Suzanne at Chantilly's for more information - 254.913.7696.
We are looking for 50-75 vendors to come set up shop on the sidewalk outside our local downtown shops. Do you have a talent you want to share?
Not only do you have to worry about ole Doc Wilkes but Milroy and company will be waiting for you in the new attraction this year “Milroy’s Maze!” Come out tonight and get the yell scared out of you by East Texas oldest and longest running haunted attractions #DocWilkesHouseOfHorrors