The Isis was closed in the early 60's I believe and the Strand burned to the ground in what was called a "mysterious" fire in the late 60's or early 70's. The Drive Inn continued to operate until the 80's when it just went out of fashion everywhere in the country. The structure and lot still stand to this day. The lot is owned by the city now, I think. Good memories. I always liked the Drive Inn here as kids we spent a lot of summer nights out there with all our home-made popcorn and goodies. The Strand was a small theatre but always had the latest shows of the times and for some reason the soda tasted better there than at the Fox which still shows nightly!