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Source: Karl W. Heidemann
Originally opened in 1937 - Partially destroyed by fire in 1947 - Rebuilt and remodeled in 1948. Restored to original decor in 2003, but with addition of a stage for live theater, and upgraded electrical, heating, and handicap accessible rest rooms. Now operating as a 424 seat, big-screen, downtown movie theater year round, with occasional live theater, concerts, travelogs, and other functions.