186 N. 9th Street,
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Opened on March 22, 1920 as the American Theatre with “The Vengeance of Durrand”. On May 8, 1920 was renamed Olympic Theatre and closed as a silent movie theatre on December 28, 1929. It reopened as the State Theatre December 8, 1933 and closed in 1937. In August 1938 it reopened as the Diana Theatre.
The Diana Theatre was the place to be on weekends with its old style fold down seats and the reddish orange curtains. It used to pack them in every week end even if the feature was a bad one. The only other form of entertainment was the Rainbo roller rink.
It was closed in July of 1977. The theatre was converted into a bank and was demolished in 1993 to make way for a parking lot and automated teller machine for Society Bank.
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