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Salt and pepper shakers spice up collector’s life

Barbara Ann Dush
Fullerton, Neb.

When you step into the home of Shirley Tomlinson, you are entering the world of salt and pepper shakers.

The Belgrade, Neb., collector has around 200 pair in her collection. Each pair seems to take on a life of its own, even if it’s just to make their owner smile.

Many of Shirley’s spicy shakers are not associated with a kitchen table: pink high heels, police cars, flying dolphins, burly wrestlers, and dogs biting postmen.

There are shakers honoring John Wayne, Roy Rogers, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Elvis.

Shirley doesn’t even mind pouring seasoning out of false teeth or pink hippos.

However, you’ll rarely find her filling the collectibles with salt or pepper. This collector doesn’t take the chance of corrosion from moisture or caking inside crevices.

When you step into the home of Shirley Tomlinson, you are entering the world of salt and pepper shakers.

The Belgrade, Neb., collector has around 200 pair in her collection. Each pair seems to take on a life of its own, even if it’s just to make their owner smile.

Many of Shirley’s spicy shakers are not associated with a kitchen table: pink high heels, police cars, flying dolphins, burly wrestlers, and dogs biting postmen.

There are shakers honoring John Wayne, Roy Rogers, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Elvis.

Shirley doesn’t even mind pouring seasoning out of false teeth or pink hippos.

However, you’ll rarely find her filling the collectibles with salt or pepper. This collector doesn’t take the chance of corrosion from moisture or caking inside crevices.

When you step into the home of Shirley Tomlinson, you are entering the world of salt and pepper shakers.

The Belgrade, Neb., collector has around 200 pair in her collection. Each pair seems to take on a life of its own, even if it’s just to make their owner smile.

Many of Shirley’s spicy shakers are not associated with a kitchen table: pink high heels, police cars, flying dolphins, burly wrestlers, and dogs biting postmen.

There are shakers honoring John Wayne, Roy Rogers, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Elvis.

Shirley doesn’t even mind pouring seasoning out of false teeth or pink hippos.

However, you’ll rarely find her filling the collectibles with salt or pepper. This collector doesn’t take the chance of corrosion from moisture or caking inside crevices.

When you step into the home of Shirley Tomlinson, you are entering the world of salt and pepper shakers.

The Belgrade, Neb., collector has around 200 pair in her collection. Each pair seems to take on a life of its own, even if it’s just to make their owner smile.

Many of Shirley’s spicy shakers are not associated with a kitchen table: pink high heels, police cars, flying dolphins, burly wrestlers, and dogs biting postmen.

There are shakers honoring John Wayne, Roy Rogers, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Elvis.

Shirley doesn’t even mind pouring seasoning out of false teeth or pink hippos.

However, you’ll rarely find her filling the collectibles with salt or pepper. This collector doesn’t take the chance of corrosion from moisture or caking inside crevices.


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