Dear Sun Spots: Back in their heyday, our local textile mills published newsletters for their employees. Museum L-A is looking for a specific issue of “The Pepperell Sheet” published for Pepperell Mill workers. The one we would like to see is from June 1941 - Vol. 5, No. 6. We do not have any copies of the Pepperell newsletter in our collection and would welcome donations. Please contact Susan at Museum L-A, 333-3881 or via e-mail at [email protected] – No Name, No Town.
Dear Sun Spots: I have written to you before with great success. Thank you and thanks for helping so many people.
I have two old Columbia 26-inch bicycles. If anyone is interested in restoring them they can have them.
Also, is there anyone around interested in old tools? I have some that were my father’s many years ago. I may be reached at 225-3545. – No Name, Turner.
Dear Sun Spots: How can a person opt out of public files that have incorrect information? I have contacted Intelius about this and they tell me they cannot erase any public files. I don’t want to be in their database and want to get my public files removed from all public records. – No Name, No Town.
Answer: Sun Spots located the following information on www.privacyrights.org, and you might consider checking into this:
The Addresses Company will process and investigate notices of alleged incorrect, erroneous and false personal information and will take appropriate actions. Upon receipt of notice, the Addresses Company will process and then, when validated, remove or correct any material that is found to be incorrect, erroneous or false personal information.
Please direct any notices of incorrect, erroneous or false personal information about yourself or anyone you are responsible for to The Addresses Company, Customer Service, 500 108th Ave. NE, 25th Floor Bellevue, WA 98004. You can also locate them at The Addresses Company, 72 Centennial Loop #140, Eugene, OR 97401, 541-302-2999.
Dear Sun Spots: The Dixfield Main Street Outdoor Market will be held on Sunday, Aug 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine.
Vendor space is still available and is just $15 for a 10-by-15 foot space.
All are welcome to come and enjoy the fun with us. Food vendors will offer French fries, fried dough, fried clams, lobster rolls, chicken BBQ, sausage and more. Handmade baskets, hand-knit “Harry Potter” scarves, maple syrup, flea market items and used books will be just part of the offerings.
Live music will be played at the gazebo on the Village Green, and the fifth annual Bicentennial Road Race will be held there in the early-morning hours. To register for the road races, please contact Paul at 562-7172.
Any funds not used for advertising the event are used to promote projects in Dixfield such as the beautiful Main Street petunias, the Halloween Walk and Easter Egg Hunt to name a few. FMI, contact Ralph or Norine at 562-8816 daytimes. Thank you Sun Spots and readers. – Norine Clarke, Dixfield.
Dear Sun Spots: You have been so helpful to many. I’m hoping I too will have some luck with the column and readers.
I am looking for a rubber boy doll for my grandchild. I saw one at a garage sale some time ago but can’t recall where. If any reader has one that they would be willing to donate, please contact me at 782-5481. Thank you. – Faithful Reader, No Town.
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