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Has a long history with the Maid-Rite

March 30, 2010
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald
Dear Editor,

When this weeks newspaper reached me at my winter home I was disappointed to see that a big part of my younger life was being hassled. As a teenager I worked at the downtown Toledo Maid-Rite for Norma and Harlan Yerkes and Nina and Charles Scudder. Between my freshman and sophomore years of college I worked for the Scudder’s daughter, Jean and her husband Harold Ross at their Maid-Rite in the Quad Cities. In fact, because I first met my husband while working at the Maid-Rite my children served Maid-Rites at his funeral, which was also our 50th wedding anniversary. Needless to say I’ve cooked and eaten a lot of Maid-Rites.

I’ve witnessed customers rebelling when the cost went from $.15 to $.18 and had many interesting experiences serving customers, but never once a problem of the meat ar how it was cooked. It must be a credit to those good Iowa cooks! Let’s hope the political “kooks” don’t spoil our favorite family treat when we visit Iowa.

Best of everything,

Ramona Turbett Moore

Toledo High School

Class of ‘50

Fountain Hills, Az.
 
 

 

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