Each month, The Kentucky
Explorer magazine receives literally scores of letters from
our faithful readers. Among those letters we often find queries,
ranging from requests for words to songs and poems to trying
to locate former classmates and military buddies of long ago.
Here are a few queries from March
Doolin School Reunion
I would like to thank readers for writing and sending seeds to
replace what I lost. Special thanks to Billy Boyd for the stories
It's always good to hear from my ancestors in Kentucky, the Esteps
I am still looking for the following seeds: Cow pumpkin pie,
banana muskmelon, long-handled gourd, and Silver Queen sweet
I have big white and green cushaw seeds and greasy grit bean
seeds to share.
I am interested in a cane mill molasses pan, if anyone has one
I can afford.
Also, I would like to announce the Doolin School Reunion will
be held in Somerset, Kentucky, the last weekend in October 2008
(every other year) at the R. E. M. C. Building on 1247 N.
2955 W. 275 S.
Albion, IN 46701
Friends And Family
I would like to thank The Kentucky Explorer for printing my request
for lost friends and family. The day after I received the magazine
I got a call from James Bretz.
I am still looking for Viola Highlander Martin. I was told she
was somewhere around Lexington or Frankfort. Maybe readers can
help me find her.
The magazine has done so much to help. Keep up the good work.
Imogene Watkins Neal
560 Hog Creek Road
Jeffersonville, KY 40337