DEAR SUN SPOTS. The Woman’s Hospital Association at Central Maine Medical Center is 125 years old this year and is planning a wonderful weeklong celebration this fall, Oct 28 to Nov 2.

We are looking for memorabilia pertaining to WHA, like “Peppy the Puppet” or “Holly.” If you have anything you would like to share or should you want to join in the celebration, please contact me. — June van Mourikt, [email protected], P.O. Box 1206, Auburn, ME 04211-1206

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Edward Little Class of 1983 will be holding its 30th reunion on Aug. 3 at the Ramada Inn in Lewiston and is looking for classmates. If you know of classmates who may have moved away, we need their addresses.

Send them to Elaine Gammon at [email protected] or to Jackie and Jim Witham [email protected] We also have a Facebook page: Edward Little High School Class of 1983. Thanks. —Lisa Vasiliauskas Lally, Auburn

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Lewiston High School Class of 1948 will be having its 65th class reunion on Aug. 3. We are in need of contacting a few lost members:

Teresa Allen, Irene Girardien Samaras, Jane Keenan Bussiere, Rene Lecompte, Constance Lussier Boilard, Claire Mcguigan, Robert Paradis, Conrad Perrier, Regina Robert Strout, Harold Tompkins and Carolyn Young Riggs.

If anyone knows of these classmates, we would appreciate any information you may have. Please contact Claire Lebel Lyons, 783-1414, or me, 782-1122. Thank you. — Dolores Cailler Bergeron, Lewiston

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Regarding B.V. from Greene (April 16) inquiring about service for her sewing machine, I service and repair all sewing machines and also live in Greene.

I can be reached at Leo’s Sewing Machine Repairs at 754-7968. I pick up and deliver at no extra charge. Please add me to your Rolodex. — Leo Landry, [email protected]

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Cote Brothers sewing machine repair moved some time ago to Turner. They are at 200 Auburn Road (between Greenwood Orchards and Dunkin’ Donuts), 225-5920.

Also there’s another gentleman from Greene, Leo Landry, 754-7968, and the folks that owned the Sewing Network in Auburn are still servicing machines. You can drop them off at Bear Necessities, 35 Vernon St., across from Pat’s Pizza in Auburn. — Sewist in Auburn

DEAR SUN SPOTS: One more thing that hasn’t been mentioned concerning Nick, the White Russian who used to be around the Norway area. He was a typewriter repairman. — No Name via email

DEAR SUN SPOTS: My mother used to give rides to the White Russian in her 1933 Chevrolet in the 1950s. The White Russian lived on Pigeon Hill (Route 26 area). He always wore his cap sideways and had on big mittens.

He was a gentleman and never bothered anybody. He’d never ask for rides but would accept them.

Not many people knew that he was proficient at repairing typewriters. — George Herrick, Auburn

DEAR SUN SPOTS: For Roger Dupre (April 8) and his question about cats seeing themselves in mirrors, I had a half-grown black kitten from a litter of gray kittens.

At Christmas a full length mirror was beside the Christmas tree. When the black kitten saw the “other” black kitten in the mirror, he bristled all up and spat and hissed at the other cat. He not only saw it he reacted to it. It was hilarious to watch. — Anita, Monmouth

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