Work Begins On New $40,000 Theatre
Vernal Express, 10 July 1941, page 1
Construction began last week on a new $40,000 building at Roosevelt, which is to house a modern up-to-the minute motion picture theatre. The building is located on Main Street, adjoining the Cash meat Market on the south. It will be completely air conditioned and equipped with the most modern motion picture equipment, deep cushioned seats, large screen, stage, and curtain, according to George H. Harrison and R. Howard Harrison, the owners. A. F. Brown of Salt Lake City is supervising engineer. The theatre will be ready for operation September 1.
The Harrison enterprises will also continue to operate the Utopia Theatre in its present location, it was announced.