George H. Harrison and R. Howard Harrison opened the $40,000 Roosevelt Theatre on Valentine's Day, 14 February 1942, with Shirley Temple in Kathleen. The “modern up-to-the minute motion picture theatre” was described as “new, beautiful, and elaborately equipped.” The interior color scheme was peach, green, and beige, with red velour curtains and drapes. The 500 seats in the auditorium were “arranged on a slight arc so that every seat directly faces the screen.” The stage was large and had floodlights, so the theater could “accommodate many types of entertainment” and serve as “a community playhouse as well as a motion picture theatre.”
In 1976, Howard Coleman created the Lakeside Theaters by remodeling an
existing building. The theater originally showed first-run films, but
switched to sub-run in about 1985. The theater closed on 9 June 2000
because of "declining attendance and competition from the chain movie
theaters" with stadium seating and digital sound. The building, owned
by Kier Corp., was likely to be converted to retail.
("Downtown S.L., Clearfield lose movie houses", Deseret News, 15 June 2000, page D7)