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1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 92 (72)

1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition
1950-51 Theatre Catalog
1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 92
Page 92

1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 92

PARK Park Falls, Wis.

Opened June 15, 1950, the Park is primarily patronized by vacationists and local residents. Store and office space is provided above the theatre.

The front has a cream-colored artstone facing with a dark brown base. Canopy is stainless steel with amber chaser lights and twinkle lights in upright sign.

Walls of the lobby are done in dark green and light tans, while the ceiling is cream. A candy counter is built to serve outsiders as well as patrons.

Combinations of dark blue and brown are predominant in the foyer with a ceiling cove in orchid. All woodwork is blonde prima Vera. A comfortable lounge and rest rooms are at one end of the foyer.

The auditorium is finished in bluegreen and shades of brown. Figured ornamentation adorns side wall panels, and special cry and party rooms are at upper rear on a. level with the booth.

THE BOXOPFICE is arranged so that tickets can he sold inside or out, iust as the retreshment



OWNER & OPERATOR: Esterl Amusement Co. ARCHITECT: Perry Crosier & Son.



COST OF EQUIPMENT (including air conditioning) : $35,000.

SIZE OF LOT: 50' x 120'.

Carpets: Mohawk Carpet Mills, Inc. Chairs: Heywood-Wakefield Co.

Curtain Controls & Track: Automatic Devices Co.

Decorator: Dahlstrom & Wienberger.

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stand is set up to sell its wares to palsersby or t patrons in the theatre. BELOW: Mural wall lounge

Display Frames: Poblocki & Sons. Generators: Century Electric Co. Lenses: Kollmorgen Optical Corp. Projection Lamps: RCA.

Projection Machines: RCA.

Reminders: GoldE Mfg. Co.

Screen: RCA.

Sign & Marquee: Poblocki & Sons. Sign Letters: Wagner Sign Service, Inc. 10" Red plastic.

Sound: RCA.

Supply Dealer: Vic Manhardt Co., Inc. Ticket Issuing Machine: General Register Corp.

Vending Machines: C. Cretors & Co.

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adioining the rest rooms represents the planting 0! trees. Carpeting is a red-gold tloral pattern.

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