128 N. Central Avenue,
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This was the towns' second State Theater. It opened on August 16, 1947 by Tri-State Theaters. In 1987 the State Theater sat closed and for sale in a tan brick building. "State" was spelled out in large blue letters against a light blue background framed by a blue border. A colorful red and orange trimmed marquee with a large "S" on the point sheltered the entrance and outside ticket booth.
It is now occupied by a law firm.
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