Monthly Archives: July 2010

Names of York: Jessica Teague

More in the ongoing series on the Names of York. Today’s entry is special because it was submitted by a reader, Peter Teague. Thank you, Peter, both for your submission and your work in the community! Place: Jessica and Friends … Continue reading

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A blast from the past: Hanover House

While going through some of Hubby’s big pile of ephemera the other week, I found a November 1963 copy of Family Circle magazine. Of course I was intrigued, especially with all their Christmas gift suggestions. So guess how surprised I … Continue reading

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More fun from Collinsville, including an old auction house and discount store

Reader Dennis Keener wrote to me after my recent post mentioning the Collinsville Drive-In. On that post, Mark had mentioned another Collinsville landmark, a discount store. He wondered if that had been in the same place as the drive-in; Dennis … Continue reading

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Whoopie pie varieties

Remember how I asked a while back about your favorite whoopie pie flavors? Well, Dianne mentioned they’re one of her favorites; she says she likes to add peanut butter to the filling mix. She found a recipe for “Classic Chocolate … Continue reading

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A blast from the past: An interesting book treasure

One of Hubby’s recent book-buying expeditions turned up a copy of a book from, I’m guessing, about 1915 or so, titled “Great Revival Hymns No. 2.” This particular copy also has, on the cover, “St. Matthew’s Lutheran Sunday School, York, … Continue reading

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