Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-New Businesses 2006

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US-GCS DCL Arch Pamph-Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-2.4

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Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-New Businesses 2006

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1st Impressions: Women's beauty salon at 415 Sixth Avenue, owner Cara Iverson of Malcom, working with cosmetology school friends Terri Kriegel and Jessica Wilson. Picture included.
AAA Technologies: owner Layth Tabatabai at 1032 Main Street, moved from West Des Moines. Selling PC computer hardware and fixing electronics. Works with individuals and major businesses. Formerly gas station. Picture included.
Dickey-Chasins, Harriett, psychologist: opening a private practice for counseling and psychotherapy. Newspaper clipping describes Dickey-Chasins' practice and specialty, as well as her education. 815 1/2 Fifth Avenue.
Dori's Fine Fashions: Dori Pearce opens her store at 928, formerly operator of Hamman's Apparel & Shoes at 922 Main Street. Clothing and shoes.
Dragonshire Stained Glass (moved to 4th Ave.): see other entry. Dragonshire moving to former Cunnigham Drug Store building, 827 Fourth, Keeps it same soda fountain. Dori's Fine Fashions moves in.
Jimbo's Pizza and No Name Deli: expansion of Jimbo's Pizza to former Main Squeeze, 829 Broad, offering specialty pizzas. Picture of Jim Sadler-Tanzosch. Delivery service is offered. New line of sandwiches, details of signature meals.
Lonnski's Pub & Deli: Jess and Lon Lease open Lonnski's Pub and Deli, include salads, sandwiches, appetizers, full bar, 922 1/2 Main Street. Former location of JD's Restaurant and has similar or former features of the restaurant. 2009 newspaper clipping reporting swaying floors and are moving to 910 Main Street, the structural damage on the second floor forces them to move.
T & S Hidden Treasures: new consignment shop, named for owners Tony and Stacey Roth. Family run-business including products from other Iowa/Midwest companies, as well as selling collectibles through the Internet. The store uses storage at 310 Sixth Avenue. Family pictured.
Thai Basil: Ken and Patty Malaythong open Thai Basil at 1108 West Street, homemade thai food. Opened with a ritual ceremony by Buddhist monks. Describes some of their signature meals and how he has adapting to a Westernized palette. sTORIE
Theisen's Home-Farm-Auto: Grinnell storefront opened, 44,700 sqft at 208 West St. Rob Thomas, assistant manager from Theisen's of Marshalltown, is manager. Details history of Theisen's business. Opening a lawn and garden center, automotive center. Second clipping on the opening of the location.
Twice Around: Alice Boggards owner, 1102 Fufth Ave, secondhand furniture and bric-a-brac, dishes. "Grandmother's living room." Consignment/antique shop.

Newspaper clipping: Downs Open -- and Doors Close. Summarizes the opening and closings of the businesses in Grinnell.

Subject terms: 1) New restaurants 2) Consignment/vintage/antique shops 3) Business owners and family-owned businesses

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