One of Stela’s top 3 customer favorite flavors, Coffee and Donuts, in a fresh waffle cone. Raspberry chocolate cone. An “utterly delicious” treat from Scoops in Madison Township. Outside of Ye Olde Mill in Utica and home to the Velvet Ice cream factory and museum. Five Flavor Flight – ice cream sampler from the Velvet Ice Cream shop located inside Ye Olde Mill in Utica. Old ice cream parlor set at the Ye Olde Mill Velvet Ice Cream Museum in Utica. Workers (from some 60 years ago) in the Velvet Ice Cream Factory. Stela’s Ice Cream Shoppe and Coffee in downtown Loudonville is known for their homemade waffle cones. Ice cream scoops at the Ye Olde Mill Velvet Ice Cream Museum in Utica. Inside of Paul’s Drive In. A community establishment since 1956 in Shelby. Until a couple of years ago, Paul’s was well known for their double cones. A delicious dollop of rainbow (lemon, lime, raspberry) sherbert from Paul’s. Book on the Isely ice cream company, inventor of the original Klondike bar. Mr. Isley was from Mansfield and is buried in the historic Mansfield Cemetery. Ice cream cone from Hartzler Dairy, family farm in Wooster. A beautiful evening at JB’s in Lexington. Ice cream is a universal food. RELATED STORIES The Life section is supported by Brethren Care Village in Ashland.