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July 14, 2017MARYVILLE, Mo. | By: Coffey
A special program on Maryville's movie theaters will be presented tomorrow afternoon at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum.
Movie Memories and Songs of the Past will focus on the Tivoli and Missouri Theaters, which were located in downtown Maryville, and the Dude Ranch Drive-in Theater. The Tivoli and the Dude Ranch Drive-in Theaters were owned by Doc Cook. His brother Ray owned the Missouri Theater.
Coordinator of Events and Displays at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum Cathy Palmer says the Cook family owned the theaters in Maryville for over 40 years. She says tomorrow's presentation will feature two members of the Cook family.
Movie Memories and Songs of the Past program will be held in conjunction with the Nodaway County Fair and takes place at two o'clock at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum located at 110 North Walnut in Maryville.