FOUND

Dance lessons: Beth of Easton, can you believe it? We have heard from Barbara Ann. She is the dance instructor at Phillipsburg High School and teaches dance at a senior center in Allentown. She also conducts dance seminars at Boscov's department store in Easton and has been a dance instructor for 30 years. Whew! And that's just some of her achievements, AND she is available during the day. Barbara Ann hopes to hear from Beth soon.

Jeep Hood: This is to Karen of Macungie. Jane in New Tripoli has that Jeep hood you're looking for. As a matter of fact, she has the whole Jeep. Jane says it's in great shape and she is willing to sell it.

Book search: Joan of Bethlehem may be happy to hear that Cathy, who also lives in Bethlehem, has four Zane Grey books she is willing to sell for $3 each. Cathy did not mention the one Joan specifically asked for, but she does have ''Forlorn River,'' ''The Shepherd of Guadeloupe,'' ''The Border Legion'' and ''The Trail Driver.'' If interested, let us know.

Hot stuff: Colleen of Bath, your search may be over. Karen of Breinigsville and two other scouts said ''Dat-L-Do-It'' hot sauce can be found at the Nut Hut in the Allentown Farmer's Market at 17th and Chew streets. Karen also said she's seen it at Stein Mart in the South Mall on Lehigh Street in Allentown. Pam of Bethlehem says if Colleen has access to a computer she can log on to www.

peppers.com and place an order or ask them to send her a catalog. Enjoy!

Juice found: Even though the holidays are over, we still want Patricia of Allentown to know that Frank's Kraut Juice has been found. Audrey of Northampton says she found it at Redners on Airport Road in Allentown and Jim of Easton says Wegmans also sells it. Here's hoping you'll have plenty on hand for this year's holiday season. Scouts, while we're on the subject of sauerkraut, have any of you seen Seneco Sauerkraut on one of your shopping trips? Margaret of Allentown says it was the best ever and would like to know were she can buy it.

LOOKING

Where is Carol: Shopping Scout is looking for Carol of Northampton and her 135 green ceramic tiles. Barbara of Allentown was thrilled to read that someone had them. The problem is, I am unable to locate Carol's letter. If you're still interested please contact me and I'll forward your number to Barbara.

Discontinued dishes: Nancy is looking for sauce dishes and bread and butter plates to add to her Stone Manor dinnerware in the pattern Floribunda (pattern number F5813) and a plain Stone Manor design (pattern number F5800). Both were made by Mikasa. Even though both patterns are no longer made, Nancy is hoping someone can tell her how to go about finding and getting these discontinued patterns.

Looking to sell: Pat of Allentown says she has a number of Burger King toys, a large bust of Elvis Presley and some old records she's willing to sell to anyone who's interested.

Music books: Robin from Coopersburg is looking for a church or choir director who could help her find music books of Second Chapter of Acts, ''Hymns'' and ''Hymns II.'' One copy of each would be fine. Robin already owns the accompaniment tapes but needs the written music.

Jukebox repairs: Denise of Macungie is looking for an honest repair person to fix her jukebox. About two years ago someone came out to fix the jukebox, removed the broken (?) amplifier and was never heard from again. It plays 45s, so it's not a newer model.

Submit questions and answers to: Shopping Scout, Features Department, The Morning Call, Box 1260, Allentown, PA 18105; e-mail features@mcall.com or go to www.mcall.com, click on Features and find ''Shopping Scout'' in the right-hand column.