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Bonnie Gibble, Annville, wants to
who was a professor at Monmouth
'sey during the 1980 s. Anyone have
Bonnie at (717) 865-6029.
I reader wants to know where to find
les for a 2-quart Sears and Roebuck
Model No; 238 1968.
A reader wants to know if the cross
in Time, which had been at Bricker
elsewhere or if it went out of
C. Woods wants to know where to
make panettone, a traditional Italian
Mike, Rottsville, wanted information
n making business. He also needs
iterials. Call him at (570) 544-6417.
Linda Malyas, Blooms burg, writes
) on her antique Dazey butter churn
ne know where she can have it
Marc Roberts, R. 2, Box 800, Tho
4, would like to buy an old bicycle
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QUESTION Paul Dowie has what he believes is
a Longrich brand musical instrument: 32 brass rods of
increasing lengths, closely suspended with strings to a
l°ng Ix2-inch board. Run a spoon up or down
for a “tinkling” scale. If this is something you can plav
call Paul at (610) 827-7561.
QUESTION Susan Mimlitsch, New Jersey, will
pay someone to type and organize recipes that she
has clipped from this paper. Call her at (856)
QUESTION Amos Petersheim, Lykens, wanted
to know where to buy new and used paint rollers with
rubber designs on them. He needs parts to go with the
rollers and thought someone might have some stuck
away in their attics. Write to Amos at 554 N. Cross
roads, Lykens, PA 17048.
QUESTION - Harold R. Stoudt, Hamburg, is in
search of a rust inhibitor for a Drain Back Solar
Domestic Hot Water System. The inhibitor must be
non-toxic so that the water would be suitable for
human consumption in case of leaks and it must mix
well with water.
QUESTION A reader from Ephrata wants to
know where to purchase rubber or plastic ends for cro
quet mallets. She has two good sets but the plastic
ends are broken.
QUESTION—Janet Lawton, Wellsboro, is search*
ing for the address and phone number for Tom Schell,
who wrote “An Introduction to the Dried Floral and
Woody Ornamental Business.* She believes Schell
lives in Illinois or Indiana.
EVERYTHING ELSE IS JUST AN INSECTICIDE
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QUESTION Anna Bryan writes that years ago
her mom had an angel food cake pan with a lid on top.
She asks where she can find one with a lid.
QUESTION —Sharon Myers wants to know where
in Lancaster or York counties to have the chrome on
an old cookstove replated and the firebrick replaced.
QUESTION Carolyn Tyndall writes that her
mom, who is 87-years-old, fears she is losing her
memory because she can’t remember day-to-day
things. She does remember the words to some songs
she heard her mother sing. She hasn’t heard the
songs in more than 80 years, but it would mean a lot to
her if someone could help her with the missing words
or titles to the following:
“...her grave I watered with my tears, that’s where these
flowers grew. And don't forget to tell her, sir. These flo
weres were sent by me. ”
QUESTION—R. E. Wilhelm writes that last summer
she visited Lancaster County. At a produce stand, Wil
helm saw a young Amish girl wearing an apron, the
front was one piece probably cut on the bias because it
fit like a dress. The wide back straps were criss
crossed. Wilhelm would like a pattern sent to her at
2507 Limestone Rd., Wilmington, DE 19808.
QUESTION L. Edward Young, Allentown, heard
there is a recipe for a pain relief rub made from hazel
and horse chestnuts. Any one willing to share the
QUESTION Dorothy Starr, 480 Stover
Shop Rd., Churchvill, Va. 24421, would like to
buy milk bottles of all sizes from Indian Run Dairy
and from Fishers Golden Guernsey Dairy of
QUESTION Lois K. Martin, Bridgewater,
VA, wants to purchase the following books writ
ten by Anne Colver; “Bread and Butter Indian,"
“Bread and Butter Journey.” She would also like
the book, “Lucinda,” written by Vesta-Nadine
QUESTION Suzy Almony wants a set of
red and white “Currier and Ives” plates made in
the U.S.A. by Homer Laughlin.
QUESTION Karen Mull, Elizabethtown,
would like to know where to purchase an agitator
for an electric butter churn manufactured by Ala
bama Manufacturing Co. The agitator is plastic.
The motor sets on top of a barrel shaped 3-gallon
jar. The agitator fits on the lid inside the jar. The
company must have gone out of business
because letters addressed to the address on the
motor are returned. Anyone know where to find
ANSWER Maryanne Meehan wanted to
know where to find an old hoosier cabinet in
excellent condition or of someone who makes
reproductions. Marie Moyer writes that she and
her husband have a small store where they sell
reproduction oak furniture. The store is located
at Moyers’ Village Farm, 183 N. Main St., Dublin,
PA 18917. Call (215) 249-3616.
Lucy Martin, Penn Van, N.Y., writes that
Rufus Burkholder makes reproductions. His
address is 2382 Hazard Rd., Penn Yan, NY
14527-9745 or phone (315) 531-9331.
Norman and Lois Babcock have two complete
original Hoosier cabinets available. Write to R.l,
P.O. Box 1329, St. Joseph Kelly Rd., Friendsvil
le, PA 18818-9783.
ANSWER A Quarryville reader wanted
books written by Theodore Epp. Mary Stauffer
has some. Write to her at 170 Sensenig Rd.,
Ephrata, PA 17522-9325.
ANSWER Pete Westover, Windsor Mill,
Md., thanks readers for information on prints by
Paul Detlefsen and for help in finding used milk
ANSWER For the Snyder County reader
who wanted information on saffron, Mary Stauf
fer, Ephrata, writes that crocus and saffron
appear similiar, but crocus bloom in the spring
and saffron bloom in Oct. You must pick three
saffron staymens from each flower as soon as
the flower opens. Sometimes it is called full cro
cus. You can lay them on a paper towel to dry.
Saffron stalks stay green all winter and needs to
be protected from rabbits. The bulbs are dor
mant in the summer, which is the time to replant
them bulbs. The Stauffers have a large patch
and are willing to answer questions if you call