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“The Gaiety Theatre was built by Frank A. Fear in 1938. It was immediately popular with its luxury plush-covered seats, instead of the common folding chairs, a carpet, and a sloping floor. It also featured a popcorn machine. The theatre offered welcome entertainment to the isolated community, especially during the long winters. (Courtesy of Helen Atwood)” From the book “Big Piney and Mapleton” by Amy Chambers Noble
The Gaiety Theatre operated until the 1970’s, it was demolished in 1982.
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