By the mid-'70s, the shopping hub is known as FORD CITY MALL. Its first renovation was completed in late 1975, with Montgomery Ward joining the complex as a third anchor. In the North Mall, a twin-plex cinema had been expanded into a tri-screen venue in 1973.


FORD CITY MALL TENANTS 1975 [Partial List]:

GRAND MALL:
WIEBOLDT'S (with Prairie Room, Lincoln Room and The Terrace Snack Bar restaurants, Super Food Market grocery section and freestanding Auto Center) / J.C. PENNEY (with Coffee Shop, Beauty Salon and freestanding Auto Center) / MONTGOMERY WARD (with Buffeteria snack bar) / NATIONAL FOOD supermarket / F.W. WOOLWORTH 5 & 10 (with Harvest House Cafeteria and Ford City Grill) / SUPERX DRUGS / Allen Shoes / Bond Clothes / Bresler's 33 Flavors Ice Cream / Buster Brown Shoes / Dunkin' Donuts / Fannie Farmer Candies / Firestone Auto Care (outparcel) / Flagg Brothers Shoes / Ford City Restaurant / Frank's Shoes / Gift Studio / Hallmark Cards / Karroll's / Lerner Shops / Maling Shoes / Marc Allen / Minnesota Fabrics / Musicland / O'Conner & Goldberg Shoes / Orange Julius / Pam's Young Folks children's apparel / Polk Brothers / R & R Crossing apparel / Saint Anne Shop / Singer Sewing Center / So-Fro Fabrics / Tally-Ho Restaurant /  The Gap / The Knot Shop / Thom McAn Shoes / Tobacco Teepee / Wurlitzer Organs

NORTH MALL:
TURN STYLE discount store / Fayva Shoes / Ford City Bowling Center / Ford City Cinema I-II-III / John M. Smythe Furniture / Print King / Talley's Pub 

PEACOCK ALLEY:
Allsport Sporting Goods / Ford City Catholic Center / Ford City Karate Studio / Ford City Key & Lock / Gingiss Formalwear / House Of Lewis / Nickleodeon Pizza / Pagoda House / Park Magnavox TV & Stereo / The Loft apparel / The Shelf Shop / Toby's Bridal / Tricks -N- Toys / Village Records & Tapes