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Source: Jim Isham
I believe this theater was built around 1940 when the Circle Business area was developed. It had a very beautiful interior. I don't think I've ever seen a theater interior as beautiful as this one. To the left of the theater was a supermarket (Giant), to the the right was Glover's Drug Store ,and beside the drug store was a bowling alley. There were also two small offices on either side of the theater. One was a AAA office and I believe the one was the theater business office. Back in the forties, children under twelve could get in for either 12 or 14 cents.