News: Colby – Accent Village Opens (16 Oct 1973)

Transcriber: Stan

Surnames: Kulp, Stuart

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 18 Oct 1973

Accent Village, a do-it-yourself craft shop, opened its doors to the public Tuesday, October 16, 1973. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kulp are the proprietors, and have purchased the former used furniture shop building on Highway 13 from Robert Stuart.

It features decorative accents to any home, including wall plaques, figurines, candle holders, vases, banks, seasonal items – anything and everything for home décor.

Plaster figurines may be purchased finished or unfinished, with items needed to finish articles available in the shop.

Stop in, browse around, and if you find something to please you fancy, Nancy Kulp is capable and ready to assist you in color choice, antiquing or glazing, and advise you in the finishing of your do-it-yourself purchase right there in the store.



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