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    scotty's mom..
    Thu Jan 12, 2006 7:09 pm
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    Maybe it was Gloria Pitzer??
    scotty's mom..
    Thu Jan 12, 2006 7:41 pm
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    I see by your edit you found out her name. At first I though I was loosing my mind, until I noticed you had edited your reply. (Gloria Pitzer)
    Pot Scrubber
    Thu Jan 12, 2006 7:57 pm
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    Resa66 wrote:
    I see by your edit you found out her name. At first I though I was loosing my mind, until I noticed you had edited your reply. (Gloria Pitzer)


    Yes, but I cheated using GOOGLE. Very impressive that YOU remembered. I lose my mind all the time. Sometimes I don't find it again for days. It's usually near my reading glasses. Pottsie
    Bone Man
    Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:47 pm
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    I was just in South Shore a couple of days ago (Bentley's Hardware) -- and gotta go back tomorrow for some cheap(er) ciggies and a couple of Powerball tickets! icon_cool.gif

    Do you know old Soc Clay? He's long been a pal of mine.

    I'm actually from Lucasville, but if you tell people that, they think that yer in prison. icon_eek.gif
    Bone Man
    Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:49 pm
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    Hey, by the way, the new (Grant) bridge is actually "connecting" both sides of the river again!!!! Yippee!!!! icon_lol.gif

    But I don't think it will open until this summer -- it looks REALLY weird!
    Baker*Chick
    Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:21 am
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    I know Soc Clay. We used to go to his house when my "Aunt Shelby" would come to town for a visit. His dad, Tom Clay-pappaw Tom to me, used to live up the street from us and I would go to his house every day and he would give me a "poke full of candy" and me and my mom would take him to Bryson's market to but what he needed and we would drive through the country while we were out. I remember that so clearly now but haven't thought about it for years.

    And I know Donna, Blaine, and Brad Bentley that own the hardware store. We used to go to church together in Sand Hill when I was younger. My maiden name was Traylor and we lived up by the carwash, if you know where that is off of us23. I left there in 1992 when I graduated high school and have been gone since.

    Some of my family used to live in Davis Camp in Lucasville years ago. And I when to the vocational school there.
    Bone Man
    Fri Jan 13, 2006 1:57 pm
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    I lived in the very last (tiny) house in Davis Camps, right by the river, briefly in 1975-6 right before moving to New Philadelphia, OH (there for 2 years). Mildred Thompson rented it to me and my bride for $75 a month! My neighbor down there was a real character.

    I like it over there in Kentucky. My wife and I would live over there but we both worked (she still does) for the State of Ohio and living inside Ohio is a requirement.

    Ha! Bryson's store!!! If the folks on 'Zaar could ever visit Bryson's store, they'd never ever go back to Wal-Mart!!!!
    Bone Man
    Fri Jan 13, 2006 2:00 pm
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    BTW, were you related to old Harold Traylor who lived out here on McDermott Pike? (three houses west of me). He died just a few years back and his wife, Helen, is still living. icon_cool.gif
    Baker*Chick
    Fri Jan 13, 2006 5:19 pm
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    Hmmm....I don't know a Harold Traylor but my mom and dad might.

    My dad is 72 so he knows alot of relatives that I don't. My parent moved by Benton, KY about 2 1/2 years ago. Now KY Lake is their front yard.
    Bone Man
    Sat Jan 14, 2006 1:13 am
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    Old Harold was a cool old guy. Always stopped and drank some beers with me -- not allowed beer at his house. Told me some good stories.

    I think he was orginally (long ago) from over on Shultz Creek somewhere.
    Pam-I-Am
    Sat Jan 14, 2006 3:17 am
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    Resa66 wrote:
    Maybe it was Gloria Pitzer??


    I remember her from the radio back in the late 70's, maybe early 80's. I ordered a bunch of her books. They were very home-make looking, kinda cute paper cover books just crammed with copy-cat recipes.

    She would name them these silly names like "Hopeless cupcakes" instead of "Hostess cupcakes" or "Bob Oven's Sausage" insead of "Bob Evans"...cute. So you got the idea as to who's recipe it was.

    These books weren't organized very well so it's hard to look up recipes. I did find a "Kresgees 5 Layer Casserole" if anyone is interested. Looks like it has tater tots, ground beef, several cream soups and onion rings in it.
    Baker*Chick
    Sat Jan 14, 2006 11:20 am
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    Bone Man wrote:
    I think he was orginally (long ago) from over on Shultz Creek somewhere.


    If he was from Ky, then he was probably related. icon_biggrin.gif
    Dienia B.
    Sat Jan 14, 2006 7:29 pm
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    i loved those books it was the 1 st time i thought i can make that if anyone can post her recipes it would be nice dee
    Pam-I-Am
    Sat Jan 14, 2006 7:36 pm
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    dienia bennett wrote:
    i loved those books it was the 1 st time i thought i can make that if anyone can post her recipes it would be nice dee


    Well, do you have any requests.....she has hundreds and hundres of copy cat recipes. I really don't remember trying any or/and if they are good - or close to the 'real McCoy". I don't usually like to post a recipe I havn't tried myself (on zaar) but could type one or two in on here.

    Come to think of it.....doesn't her website (posted earlier) have some recipes on it? I thought I was some . Pam
    JANET BOYD
    Sun Jan 15, 2006 12:59 am
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    ABOUT 32 YEARS AGO I WORKED AT THE KRESGE'S IN FERNDALE, MICHIGAN, IN THE CAFETERIA AND I LOVED IT BUT I STOPPED GOING TO K-MART FOR THE MOST PART AFTER THEY STOPPED SELLING YARNS AND CRAFTS----I STOPPED THERE THE OTHER DAY TO BUY SOME MOTH BALLS----THEY DIDN'T HAVE ANY----MOP SECTION SAID THEY WERE IN THE HARDWARE AND THE HARDWARE SAID THEY WERE IN THE MOP SECTION-----SOOOOO I WENT TO MEIJERS---I WOULD LOVE THE VANILLA SAUCE THAT THEY PUT OVER THE APPLE DUMPLINGS---LET ME KNOW IF ANYONE HAS IT---THANKS icon_biggrin.gif [/b]
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