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don’t know whom to ask for answers.
“You Ask—You Answer” Is for non-cooking ques
tions. When a reader sends in a question, n 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, Lancaster Farming,
P.O. Box 609, Ephrata, PA 17522. Attention: Lou Ann
There’s no need to send a SASE. if we receive an an
swer to your question, we will publish It as soon as possi
QUESTION Diane Mueller, wants to know how to
remove hard water soap scum and lime deposits from tile
around the tub and shower.
QUESTION Cindy McCurdy, 232 Yankee Rd.. Lot 83.
Quakertown, PA 1891, writes that she and her husband-to
be, a farmer, want to honeymoon in Lancaster County. They
want to go to Ephrata Farmers’ Market, stay in motels and visit
nearby attractions in the Amish community. Please send her
information or suggestions.
QUESTION Sue Pardo, Jarrettsville, Md., would like to
contact someone who teaches beginning weaving in the Lan
caster, Fawn Grove areas of Pennsylvania or Harford or Balti
more counties in Maryland.
QUESTION A reader from Annville would like to purch
ase a Little Golden Book called “Doctor Goat." which was
probably printed in the early 19605.
QUESTION Helen Hagenbuch, Danville, would like the
verses to the following two poems. One begins with “The gol
den rod is yellow, the corn is turning brown, the trees in apple
orchards with fruit are bending down. . . . The other begins,
“The frost is on the pumpkin and the fodder’s in the shock. . . .
question —Marie Ujrah. Box 299, R.D.3,Tamaqua 1 PA
gg % f ! - ’18252, has sequined calendars that her sister had made
I j | PAUL B. N* more than 15 years ago. She asks if there are ways to use the
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QUESTION Ernest Brown, Klmgerstown, would like to
know the words to the song, written in the 19305, “Rain, Rain,
When You Gonna Come Again?”
QUESTION Kathryn Kern, Fairhope, wants to know
where she can purchase Lasetta material for making af
ghans. A long needle is used to weave yarn in the material's
QUESTION Arlene Nace, Quakertown. would like to
know how to get rid of carpenter ants.
QUESTION—Anna L. Newswanger, Narvon, would like to
know how to keep dried appleheads (for dolls) from getting
QUESTION—BiII Fletcher, Trumansburg, N.Y., would like
to know how to blend kerosene in outdoor torches to control
bugs and also hide the strong kerosene smell.
QUESTION Edward Clar, 363 Swedesford Rd., Frazer,
PA 19355-1603, would like a special book about terrier dogs.
QUESTION Grace Ikeler, 110 Dutch Hill Rd., Blooms-
Jjurg, PA 17815-9520, wants information on making rugs.
She wants to know someone who knits or crochets rugs. She
is interested in an Bxl2 rug.
QUESTION Steven Bucher, 222 Maple Ave., Harleys
ville, PA 19438-1711, writes that his request is probably a
1,000 to 1 shot but he’d like information regarding two tractors
that were sold at Harleysville auctions in the summer of 1969.
One is a Ferg.To-35 grey and green, and a Ford 9N with side
QUESTION—Brenda Fouts, 4321 Rockefeller Rd., R.D.2,
Box 321, Auburn, N.Y. 13021, would like directions to make
scatter rugs using crochet strips of nylon stockings or plastic
bread wrappers or grocery bags.
QUESTION Amos M. Stoltzfus, Blain, will pay $lO,
which includes postage, for “Ready, Aim, Draw,” which is a
drawing and guessing game with a hunting and outdoors
theme. It must be complete and in playable condition. He col
lects word games and is willing to pay for any word game that
he does not have. Before sending a game, write to Amos at
R.R.I, Box 106 SR 17, Blain, PA 17006-9714.
QUESTION Richard Fisher is looking for a part for a
Whirlpool Family Dishwasher, Pat. July 28, 1914, Philadel
phia. Contact Fisher at 4340 Bull Rd., Dover, PA 17315.
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 30, 1995-817
SYRACUSE, N.Y. The
American Dairy Association and
Dairy Council, Inc. (ADADC)
introduced “Got Milk?”, a new
fluid milk advertising campaign in
its New York, New Jersey and
Pennsylvania marketing area on
Monday, September 18. The
award-winning television and
radio commercials will remind
consumers over the next IS
months that milk is a staple item
they don’t want to be caught with
out. For example, the “Aaron
Burr” ad depicts a man eating a
peanut butter and jelly sandwich
when the telephone rings. He is
given a chance to answer a
$lO,OOO trivia question, but
because he doesn’t have any milk
to wash the peanut butter down,
the radio DJ cannot understand his
The “Aaron Suit” commercial
won the international advertising
community’s Clio Award for best
commercial of 1994, as well as
Advertising Age magazine’s
award for best commercial the last
two years in a row. Another “Got
Mi'k?” ad called “Heaven” also
won best commercial award. The
commercials rate high among con
sumers for grabbing their attention
and staying in their memory. “This
campaign has repositioned milk as
a lifestyle item, something you
absolutely have to have around,”
said Bob Garfield, advertising
analyst for Advertising Age.
To view the ads and understand
the strategy behind them, all Fed
eral Order #2 dairy farmers are
encouraged to attend their local
district meetings this fall. For
information on your meeting, con
tact ADADC at (315) 472-9143 in
New York or (717) 283-2204 in
Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
PARK (Centre Co.)
Penn State will hold its
82nd annual Horticul
ture Show in the Ag
Arena today and Sunday
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. “A
Taste of Horticulture” is
this year’s theme, and
the show will feature
many different aspects
of gardening, including
growing fruits and
The show will offer
homeowners a lot of dif
ferent ideas, demon
in horticulture as well as
Admission is free.
The agricultural Arena
is located on Park
Avenue across from
Beaver Stadium on the