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New Upholstery Shop Opens

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Alger Upholstery employees, front row, left to right, Julianne Orth, Krista Atwood, and Shirley Alger. Back row is Matthew Thatcher, Doug Thatcher, and John Alger.

Shirley Alger started the upholstery business in 1985 and recently expanded the business with a new store and location at 100 North 300 East in Price.

At the new shop, several new features are in place to assist people with their upholstery needs. These include a complete auto interiors, boat interiors, as well as storage covers, home decor like sofas, chairs, and dining room chairs.

According to Alger, who has taught several people how to upholster in Carbon and Emery Counties her company can do just about anything.

"If you have an idea and want it made, bring it to us, we can do it," she says. "People can save the cost of buying a new one when they can have one fixed, good as new at a much lower price."

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