Dear Sun Spots: Some time ago you published the places where we could bring quality used clothes to be sold on consignment. I forgot where the places are. Could you please print it again. I would appreciate it very much. Thank you. – No Name, Lewiston.

Answer:
The following information appeared in the Oct. 1, 2002 column: Contact The Spare Closet, 403 Main St., Norway, (207) 739-2064. They accept children’s, men’s, women’s and vintage clothing, and household items. You can also contact The Clothes Rack, Capitol Shopping Center, Augusta, (207) 622-5586. They accept women’s clothing and accessories, jewelry and shoes; Second Hand Rose Consignment Shop, 53 Maine St., Brunswick, (207) 729-9761, accepts men’s, women’s, contemporary and retro clothing.

Dear Sun Spots: I missed Sun Spots the day you published the class reunion for Lewiston High School. It seems I’m not the only one who didn’t see it. The person that told me it was in the paper was not a ’43 graduate so she didn’t pay attention to the date and place. Is it possible to publish it again? – Anita N., Minot.

Answer:
A date and place was not provided by M.T.A. of Lewiston. Here is what ran in the April 1, 2003, column:

Calling Lewiston High School Class of 1943. Where are you all? We have reached some of you, but not all. We hope to have a luncheon to celebrate the Big 6 0. If you wish to join us, please call Louise at (207) 782-7145 or Marie at (207) 782-4795. – M.T.A., Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: Would anyone know where the Trout Book Farm was located in Livermore? From what I can figure out, it probably was somewhere in the Livermore Center or Talla Walla area, years ago. Any information would be appreciated. You can write to me at 70 Crash Road, Livermore, ME 04253. – Linda H. Lymna, Livermore.

Dear Sun Spots: I am looking for a store in Lewiston or Portland which sells furniture slipcovers for chairs. Could you possibly put a rush on it? I have ordered another one that is only a throw and will be sending it back if you can find a better one. Thank you. – No Name, No Town.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, you may want to check your local J.C.Penney store. As of a couple of weeks ago they began carrying slipcovers for dining room chairs. Their catalog features slipcovers for chairs and a sales assistant recommends you also try the South Portland store at (207) 775-3911.

Dear Sun Spots: For many years I have been working on a history of Varnum Pond (Temple and Wilton). If anyone has any stories or photos or knowledge to share about this, please contact me, Melanie Farmer, at 346 Varnum Pond Road, Temple, ME 04984 or via e-mail at [email protected] I need to put it all together for the Temple bicentennial celebration this fall. Many thanks. – Melanie Farmer, Temple.

Dear Sun Spots: Do you know if there are any Hallmark “Gold Crown” stores in the Auburn-Lewiston area? – No Name, No Town.

Answer:
The closest Hallmark Gold Crown stores to you are: Shirley’s Hallmark Shop, 11 Hannaford Drive (near the junctions of routes 114 and 1), Scarborough, (207) 885-5671, and Romard’s Hallmark Shop at Northgate Shopping Center in Portland, (207) 797-4645.

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