Green Lake Magazine Green Lake Magazine 2012 - Page 39 | 39 Do you seek ne workmanship? Are you searching for Made in America items? Start here, in our beautiful countryside dotted with friendly small ̜ܘð7̅>viiVï]ʓ of the antiques and vintage treasures have a USA provenance. Let the search begin! JOHNNY CROWS Be dazzled by the quality of merchandise on display. Owner Bonnie MacLagan takes pride in selections which are hard-to-nd, interesting, or unusual. Find antique cupboards, chests, tables, rugs, and even garden dcor. There are lamps, plates, collectibles, and Princeton memorabilia, too. Located at 103 W. Water Street (at State Road 23/73), Princeton, and is open year- round. Call (920) 295-4425 or email PASTIMES Enjoy this 10-room shop lled with vintage items for every collector: cookbooks, linens, dishes, toys, new and used books, holiday-themed items, wall dcor, rustics, childrens things, and reproduction art. Co- owners are Sharon and Ken Kallestad and Mary and Glen Elliot. Located at 509511 W. Water Street, Princeton, and open AprilDecember. Call (920) 295-4801. SIDEDOOR ANTIQUES Collectibles, home dcor, pottery, toys, baskets, and antique furniture will remind you of bygone days. Owners Mary and Michael Reinsch also run the v>Li,ii"̏i-̜i iʜV>i>ʣ7 Lac Street, Ripon, and open 360 days a year. Call (920) 748-5845. WALLENFANGS OF GREEN LAKE In business 37 years, owners Nolan and Letty Wallenfang welcome you to their beautiful estate at the edge of town. Look for ne furniture, both antique and new custom pieces, along with original ne art, clothing, nice souvenir items, Wisconsin cheeses and sausages, other gourmet food treats, ice cream in warm weather, gifts galore and custom corporate gift packages. With ve shops in one, this is efcient shopping! Located at 540 North Street, Green Lake, and open year-round. Go to, call (920) 294- 3365 or (800) 523-4657, or email WOOLBRIGHTS RIVER CITY ANTIQUE MALL This light and spacious antique shop is lled with more than 30 well-maintained booths. Browse through collections of antique and vintage furniture for any room, art, memorabilia, sports collectibles, kitchen gadgets, embroidery, lace and ̅iïi]ʈÅi>V>]ʫ and pans, books, magazines, and more. Owners Dave and Pam Woolbright also open an additional building on the same property in summer. Located at 328 S. Fulton Street (State Road 23/73), Princeton, and open year- round. Go to or call (920) 295-3475. ____________________ Jan White is a freelance writer. ___________________ Ultimate Recycling ACQUIRING TREASURES OF YESTERYEAR By Jan White