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This column is for readers who have questions but
don’t know whom to ask for the answers.
“You Ask You Answer” Is for non-cooking ques
tions. When a reader sends in a question, It will be printed
in the paper. Readers who know the answer are asked to
respond by mailing the answer, which will then be printed
In the paper.
Questions and answers to this column should be
addressed to You Ask You Answer, Lou Ann Good,
P.O. Box 609, Ephrata, PA 17522.
QUESTION —Romaine B. Answell, Sumerdale, would like
to know who manufactured the Webalco electric skillet.
QUESTION Charles E. Wright, Duncannon, pur
chased a 13-inch parlor stove made of iron with the following
marks: On the front spark inside is written Gray Iron Casting
Co., Mt. Joy, Pa. On the inside top door 75-11; on the poker
7517. The doors, drafts, etc., would look a full-sized stove. Is
this company still in business?
QUESTION —A reader would like to know if someone has
a grain scale that can be bought to weigh saffron or
QUESTION Walter Hertzog, King of Prussia, asks how
to get rid of bamboo in his yard that is running shoots every
where. He also asks where to purchase clump bamboo that
QUESTION —Mary Sasscer, Upper Mailboro, Md., would
like to know where to purchase a used treadle scroll saw for
use in demonstrating at craft shows.
QUESTION D. Newsom, Cooperstown, N.Y., would like
to know where to find kegs for Saint Bernards to wear around
their necks. He needs real kegs, which live Saint Bernards
wear, not miniature knick-knacks,.
QUESTION—D. Newsom, Cooperstown, N.Y., would like
to buy an Aladdin Lamp that is either electric or oil or ker
osene, but not the Aladdin mantle type. He wants the shape,
the kind rubbed for a wish in the story of the Magic Lamp.
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perennial borders. Also featured is
Hn iron Victorian fountain against
the woods, a patio, orchard and
vegetable garden and a formal
boxwood garden with an old
QUESTION D.Newsom, R. 2, Box 530 Copperstown,
N.Y. 13326-9606, would like to purchase soft fake fur or plush
large pieces in 6to 8 yard lengths. Can be new or used. Send
source and price.
QUESTION Nancy Cummings, Bolivar, would like to
know why celery plants go to seed. She has grown celery all
her life and the last two years, some of the plants go to seed
instead of developing a nice stalk.
QUESTION —M. Carver writes: What a surprise in our gar
den when we discovered the local nursery supplied us with
cabbage plants instead of brussel sprouts. We would like to
know how they are handled while fresh and also a pepper
slaw recipe for canning or other recipes for cabbage. Please
check pages B 6 and B 8 this week for recipes.
QUESTION Betsy Dehn, Spencerville, Md., writes that
when she was young, there was a story that went something
like this: It was nearing the Christmas holidays and the apple
tree was feeling sad and forelorn. His branches were bare and
plain whereas the pine tree was decorated with tinsel and glit
ter. The apple tree complained to God and God said to the
apple tree that he would give the tree a special gift. Betsy
doesn’t remember the remainder of the story, but God ended
up putting a Christmas star in the heart of each apple. If you
cut an apple crosswise, you will find a perfectly shaped five
point star in the heart of the apple. Betsy would like to have the
complete story of how the star came to appear in the center of
QUESTION Dennis Williams, Liverpool, wants to know
how to remove kerosene soot from interior painted drywall.
QUESTION Sarah Clark, Breezewood, would like to
know if there is a way to break a dog of being afraid of thunder
and lightning. The Clarks have tried letting the dog outside
during the storm, but it hasn't helped.
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QUESTION A subscriber from Lehighton would like to
know where to purchase plastic lids for soft plastic quart con
tainers for freezing produce. If lids cannot be purchased sepa
rately, where can she purchase wholesale a case of plastic
Erie and Gertrude
33 Wolf Road
(From Lancaster, 272 North to
light in Akron (Main St.). Left at
Main, 5/10 mile to Wolf, turn
Colorful perennials and annuals
• Stone Wall Repairs
• Installation & Maintenance of
Concrete Bunker Silos
• PreCast Gunite Lined Water or
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20 Cocalico Creek Rd.
Ephrata, PA 17522 1-800-477-4921
provide a cheerful greeting at the
street. Behind the house, Mr.
Habegger, a skilled fruit tree graf
ter, has created an orchard yield
ing more than 120 varieties of
apples, pears, apricots and plums.
A special feature in the orchard is
espaliered fruit trees in varying
stages of growth. Mrs. Habegger
helps with the harvesting, and
cans and freezes the produce.
Alex and Adeline Henderson
6 Aspen Court (Leaf Park)
(From Lancaster, 999 to Mil
lersville. Continuing on 999 (Blue
Rock Rd.) approximately 1 mile to
Iron Ridge Road; right on Iron
Ridge to Holly Dr. (first right).
Right on Holly Drive to Aspen
Court (first left).)
This lovely wooded setting fea
tures a variety of gardens. Among
the special plantings in the garden
are 15 varieties of native fem, 12
types of hosta, and more than 35
Idnds of daylilies. Mr. Henderson
has hybridized some of the lilies
himself, and has developed some
one-of-a-kind plantings, a white
violet and two exbury azaleas.
Sweet Adelove and Alexander the
Fred and Peg Walter
525 Wabash Road
(North on 272 about 2.5 miles
north of U.S. Route 322 at Ephra
ta. Left on Wabash Road about 1/2
mile. Two story white house with
green shutters on right.)
The Walter’s enthusiasm for
their gardens is evident in the
neatly carved out oblongs, each
growing a different variety of veg
etables. The grassy paths dividing
the crops allow easy access for
mulching, weeding watering and
crop rotation techniques. There
are beds of herbs, dahlias, peonies,
berries, iris, hosta, an orchard,
greenhouse and 340 pine trees.
• Dam, Reservoir & Spillway
• Slatted Floor Systems
• Silo Repairs