In the fall of , Mr. The video store closed in April to make room for an expanded theatre concession area and the addition of a second screen. Getter ran the Cozy until at which time he sold it to John C.
In the fall of , Mr. In April a video store was added to the lobby of the theatre with over movies to rent. Your ticket allows you to watch only the double feature combination on the screen printed on your ticket. A woman named Ann Langer won a contest to name the new theatre. In , the Cozy was sold to one of Wadena's old-time residents Mr. Getter ran the Cozy until at which time he sold it to John C. Klatt who ran it for a short time and sold it to O. Beadreau announced plans to build a new home for the Savoy Theatre on the old Wimwell corner just south of the Leader Store. Quincer of Groton, South Dakota. The Drive-In was open from April through September every year until dwindling business forced the Drive-In to close permanently in July The entire theatre was completely remodeled and it was at this time that the art deco neon marquee was added that is still in use today. On August 15th, , the first talking motion picture was shown at the Cozy. The picture below is taken from the balcony of the theatre showing the screen before it was widened to accommodate Cinemascope in The roof was raised and a seat balcony was added. Quincer had owned a theatre in Oakes, North Dakota. In both John and Clarence Quincer died and the theatre continued to be run by Clarence's wife Della and her two sons, Don and Rich. Before moving to Wadena, Mr. The building would occupy the entire lot being thirty three by ninety eight feet and be one story high with a complete stage. Switching screens is prohibited by the studios and will be strictly enforced. In May of the Cozy was closed for extensive remodeling. No set price was charged for the tickets to the grand opening as every businessman in the city was given an opportunity to purchase as many tickets as he wished and pay as much for them as he wished. In John Quincer sold the theatre to his son Clarence Quincer who had been in the business with him since The video store closed in April to make room for an expanded theatre concession area and the addition of a second screen. They sold the Savoy to E.
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