Stirring up a sweet memory

Thank you for the article on "Shaker's Sweet Success" [Feb. 7]. I immediately went to the top shelf in my kitchen and took down my sugar shaker. Sure enough, on the inside of the lid was printed Dripcut-Starline. Mine was dated 1959. In 1957, I worked on a campaign to build Bay Harbor Hospital in Harbor City and later I became a volunteer. I have no idea when the hospital purchased the shakers, but when the hospital closed in 2000, I took a shaker. I have placed the article inside so my heirs will know its history.

Dorothy Lisman

Harbor City

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