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Vicky Treimer

Niesner's Five and Dime

Posted Wednesday, February 24, 2016, at 8:14 AM
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  • Thank you, Vicky, for a walk down memory lane. My dad, Curt Shields, was the manager of Neisners for years; and we spent many hours there and at the mall. Neisners's had an instant photo booth like the ones that are popular now, and boy, we had fun with that! Oh, the stories my brothers, sister and I could tell about the times spent in the store!!! Also, don't forget about that crazy, talking Mina bird that was outside Neisners.

    Some of the other stores I remember in the mall were Smith Jewelers, Three Sisters clothing store and Kinneys shoe store. Also, Carrols Bakery had a kiosk next to Safeway.

    -- Posted by cookie53 on Thu, Feb 25, 2016, at 7:28 AM
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