Re: FW: [MOL] My Tummy Needs Its Yummy! [00597] Medicine On Line


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Re: FW: [MOL] My Tummy Needs Its Yummy!



Miss Charlotte,

	I'd forgotten about the 'blocks' that you sprinkled.  I remember them,
too.  Are we dating ourselves?

Carol in Memphis


On Mon, 7 Aug 2000 00:21:54 -0400 (EDT) CPKays@webtv.net (Charlotte Kays)
writes:
> Oleo with the dot was at the end of the war, in the 40s.  There was 
> also
> the blocks of white stuff that came with a packet of  yellow powder 
> that
> you sprinkled on it and kneaded until it turned yellow.  Along with 
> your
> hand, if that was how you did it!
> An acquaintance of mine claimed her father invented the bag and dot
> thing. I think her name was Boehm.   It sure seemed neet at the 
> time.
> Charlotte
> 
>
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