| May/June 1973

  • Earlene

  • Earlene

All material for the next issue of the magazine (July-August) should be in our office no later than May 1, 1973.

Are you beginning to smell the smoke? If you aren't, just be patient! It can't be too much longer to wait for our Reunions.

It is the second week of March as I write this. Our flowers have surely shown their heads this week, some even look like they'd bloom any day. It has been delightfully warm and pleasant here.

All these signs add anxiety to your anticipation for the coming summer's pleasures, I know.

Titus Brubaker of Lancaster, Pa. is recovering nicely from a stroke he had this winter. Thought perhaps some of you fellows didn't know and would like to send him a card. May his progress continue.

Mr. Gilbert Snyder of Barberton, Ohio wrote the following suggestion to us. Thought I'd pass it on to you writers and workers at the Reunions and you could take them for what they're worth 'In the September-October 1972 issue there is a whole page ad of a reunion (or show) at Akron Flats. Now, just what state is that in? To the man on a vacation trip this could mean a lot. Some time ago I found an ad in your classified section that did not have the name of the state. This means well, need I say more? Now, I don't mean to be fussy and hope you will accept this as constructive criticism and make a good magazine better.


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