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The town went from population 0 to 444 in Year 1, and doubled again in just a few more years.” Ever since, Grand Junction has been dealing with changes in transportation and economic diversification.
The population once hit 1,100, but by 2017 dropped to 784.
He also taught social studies at Des Moines Area Community College, was elected Greene County auditor for 12 years in the late 1980s and ’90s, and finished his career in rural route delivery for the U. Mike said the research into all the movie houses that have operated in Greene County taxed both his knowledge of movies and Diane’s research abilities.
“We’ve spent six months digging into this since Roger Aegerter (executive director of the historical society) asked us if we’d be interested in doing this,” Mike said.
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Preceding Friday’s program on the theatres, there will be a lunch by the Horizons organization in the community center at 12 noon, for historical society members and for others who are not members but would like to eat with the group.“And in some of the smallest towns, we found mentions of how the local people were going to show movies on the sides of business buildings, with people sitting outdoors on benches or blankets.” The Eagle Theatre that served Grand Junction in about 1914.Many of those theatres were built as opera houses, and the films came to them later.Mike and Dianne Piepel, 1970 classmates at Jefferson High School and then at Mankato State University in Minnesota before they married, have been movie fans since childhood, probably Mike more than Dianne.“As a boy, going into the Iowa Theatre – which is now the Sierra – for their weekend matinees, I just fell in love with films,” Mike said.
GRAND JUNCTION, Iowa, July 29, 2019 — There’s a Friday-Sunday doubleheader of local history programs coming this weekend, both in Grand Junction, as that town celebrates its sesquicentennial. 2, Mike and Dianne Piepel, of Jefferson, are presenting the “Theaters in Greene County,” with a 12 noon lunch for those who RSVP and pay, and the free program at p.m., both in the Grand Junction Community Center.