Dairy king and queen

Dairy king and queen

There are 47 comments on the Akron Beacon Journal story from Dec 26, 2007, titled Dairy king and queen. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

WINESBURG, OHIO: About 35 years ago, somebody - no one can recall who - gave Lou McFadden an empty milk bottle.

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Linda Loxterman Jones

Crystal Lake, IL

#42 Nov 19, 2012
To Johanna Bush: HOW are you part of the Lockie Lee family? My dad was one of the original founders/owners and I don't know who you are.
dognes

Pittsburgh, PA

#43 Dec 2, 2012
youtube.com/watch... …Thats nice DQ I eat there,,Hot Fudge Sundaes Good
sulrich

Maineville, OH

#44 Dec 10, 2012
Hi Lou,
Do you have the Frank Ulrich & sons dairy I your book?
Thanks
sulrich wrote:
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Do you still have the books for sale? Do you have a bottle from Frank Ulrich & Sons dairy in either White Oak, Ohio or Mt. Healthy Ohio. It was my great grandfathers dairy and i have been searching everywhere for a bottle or some information on the dairy. Unfortunatly I haven't had much luck.
Any help you can give me would be greatly appriciated.
Thanks,
Stephanie Ulrich
Rod Croy Greenfield

Europe

#45 Jan 16, 2013
Demain66 wrote:
I have many milk bottles, most of them retrieved during home remodeling jobs. A lot of homes just dug holes to dispose of non-compostable items instead of having a trash service. I've found tons of stuff in old cisterns and in random places that I have dug up in yards to start a project.
what a load od coffin dodging sad old bastards live around millersburg
Jenny

Chillicothe, OH

#46 May 11, 2013
Sara wrote:
My father is Lee Dietrich, the co-founder of the former Lockie Lee Dairy in Painesville, Ohio. He is the last surviving partner of the dairy. Are there still copies of this book available?
I absolutely LOVED that milk. Never liked any other. Still don't. Does anyone know what they did to make it so yummy???
Angelo

Painesville, OH

#47 Jul 24, 2013
I grew up across the street from Lockie-Lee. After High School I worked there full time. Your father as well as the Loxtermans has to be one of the best employers anyone ever worked for.
Drove a Wholesale truck until the end.
Dairymans purchase of Lockie-Lee ended a great story in Painesville. Never was the same after that
Debbie Lynch

Warren, OH

#48 Aug 21, 2013
Linda Loxterman Jones wrote:
To Johanna Bush: HOW are you part of the Lockie Lee family? My dad was one of the original founders/owners and I don't know who you are.
Dear Linda: Did you know a Jack Dietrich, he was a friend of our family and kept a horse at the Lake County Fairgrounds in the mid 1960's I think he was your father's brother? We lost track of him and wondered what happened to him?

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